If the washtowel doesn't provide anything to study that damnation book, I would advise people to go to whatever web sites that openly bash the whole book. And ask questions. Why do they focus so heavily on Israel, for instance? Does this mean the book is invalid unless you are within Greater Israel? And, is it out of date? It was closed about 1,950 years ago--meaning that, even if you are within Jerusalem, it no longer applies?
And, why are there so many death threats? Does this mean that joke-hova's requirements go against natural laws? Why did they unnecessarily offer so many animal sacrifices? Why was Cain penalized for offering vegetables when people, according to the book of lies, were vegan? Why are there so many sacrifices? Why do those sacrifices continue even after krayst supposedly offered up the perfect, complete sacrifice to which nothing ever need be added? (Such as sacrificing one's time and resources to this enslavement and communism generating waste of time). Why is there such a panic about even researching spiritism? Or, could it be that the whole LIE-ble is about preventing mankind from attaining its best condition?
Maybe if people would study it from that perspective, they might get the real deep things out of that damnation, enslavement book. And they might ask whether it is advisable to even trust that book when it is full, not of mistakes, but of lies.