Well, if he's helping people, good.
I got sick of his ego. He acted like he was going to bring down the WT single-handedly.
And not the brightest guy either. He used to do those stupid surveys and promote them on anti-JW websites. And then pretend like they were accurate portrayals of the active JW community.
The problem with leaving the JWs, is it can be a delicate situation. If you're going to be guided, IMO, you need to be guided out by somebody who people can't besmirch. He is not that man. Franz was.
A friend of mine got into other religions led by some, but they had all of these flaws. One claimed that he was taught by some divine means the bible as it hadn't been taught since the first century and he asked god for some sign and he made it snow in some time of year where that wasn't likely. Except, it didn't really snow. We have records. And the guy plagiarized other authors. So clearly, this guy is tainted. Don't want to hear him.
Then he recently referred me to some other guy. Looked him up, found some story where he said he was about to fly from Mexico City to Argentina, but felt like he didn't want to go. And that was supposedly God. So he didn't go and the plane crashed killing I think 269 people. Looked up up and wouldn't you know? No plane crashes of flights from Mexico City that were headed to Argentina. And since he was so precise about how many killed, no record of that many deaths of any flight from Mexico City. There was one in the neighborhood, but it was headed there to LA - the opposite direction.
So right away, these preachers look like frauds, doing it for their own pockets.
Cedars' foibles risk putting him in the same category. And if people see him in that light, it may disillusion the people who left the org because of him. And they could return.