Hello and welcome.
In a disturbing way, we have essentially the same message the Westboro Baptist church has. The only difference is they say it to your face BEFORE they recruit you. We slip it in AFTER using much nicer, and less antagonizing language once it’s already too late, and once you’ve been conditioned to accept the Borg’s word as gospel. (oh the humanity).
I love how you came up with such a thought. I had thought how JW's are just as hateful and pretend they are not, but your thought sums that up so nicely.
My only question now is what to do??? My wife is a long time pioneer and heavily emotionally invested in the org. ..........
She’s open to the possibility that the GB isn’t god’s mouthpiece, she’s open to the idea that perhaps we should be able to interpret the bible ourselves (why would god make it so that humans need an organization to interpret it for them???). She said she would leave it in my hands if we ever have a child and that child needs a blood transfusion to save his/her life (thank goodness!!!).
We here at JWN, of course, do not have all the answers. You are doing great so far with your wife. My JW wife is not at all open to the idea that Watchtower is not the truth. Deep down, I hope she would let me save a child with a blood transfusion, but we just aren't going to have children. There's a whole bunch of other issues that will come up with them- birthdays, holidays, college, sports, yadda yadda.
It's standard canned advice, but I must give it. Before you figure out which path to take, do your reading. People here highly recommend the following: Steve Hassan's books- Combatting Cult Mind Control, Releasing the Bonds: Empowering People to Think for Themselves, and Freedom of Mind.
The first one, CCMC, would be for a personal journey into understanding. That would be helpful for your wonderful wife.
The third one, FOM, is meant to replace the second and is available online at freedomofmind.com right away for download. This would be helpful for you to help another person such as your wife or your parents to slowly wake up to the truth.
Also, directly on the subject are Ray Franz' two books, Crisis of Conscience and In Search of Christian Freedom.
Beyond the standard recommendations, only you know how much you can tolerate. Some people need to stop all JW activities as quickly as possible and some try to fade out from activity slowly enough to keep their family from freaking out. Having children in or out, having a spouse in or out, family, career with or without JW's- all factors that come into play. I had to fade out, but in less than a year, once I was sure that I wasn't "in the truth." I have maintained a good relationship with my JW wife, her JW family, my JW mother- all despite them clearly knowing I won't go back. I am not disfellowshipped and my wife won't turn me in for doing non-JW stuff like birthdays and holidays with non-JW family. I regularly meet with other ex-JW's via meetup.com and those I met on this forum.