As someone else said here, one can't help but respect an individual's courage in speaking out when they feel deeply motivated.
I was a deeply dedicated JW who converted. Many times I'd take that lonely stance for Jehovah's sake - speaking amongst family, at work - street witnessing in shopping areas, in parks to get 'my time in'. I know how it feels to want to make a stand for my perception of God.
My close internal relationship with my Heavenly Father caused me to question 'men'.
Men.... Their motives, their honesty and their way of 'love'.
Be careful. God can make the very stones cry out. It is one thing to teach that there is a wonderful hope for ALL creation. It's another thing to force ERROR down people's throats, giving them no choice - as in 'you either believe this and have Gods approval or you dont have his approval' - it wrecks havoc with the conscience and integrity of people who have prayed in gratitude for this organised Watchtower org programme of teaching re a prophecy, 'supplementary teachings' etc - only to find its not true. Proved wrong.
Apparently false teachers would be prevalent in this age - I'm reading this from the word of God and taking it seriously.
I noted you said the 'the JW' message - not Jesus's message. Are JWs a division? A sect? They have rudely denounced the sincere faith of other Christians who do not subscribe to their wacky 'supplementary' rules and non scriptural teachings/ regulations.
The JW track record of wacky prophetic announcements are not attractive. Many christians would read the word of God and think, NO - God is not among this people - he wouldnt allow such disturbing misleadings.
Personally, I hold Our Father in higher esteem than that.