I thought you did quite well with this.
I am still surprised at how quickly a regular r&f witness resorts to lying when asked some hard questions. I know there are a lot of goodhearted people in the religion, so I am surprised when they lie so readily to cover for the organization.
Around the 13:00 mark there is an interesting exchange:
"Are you allowed to question your beliefs?"
"Yeah..... Yeah (high pitched voice suddenly)
"So you can criticize a doctrine openly?"
"Yeah, I can go to the elders...."
Uhhh .........going to the elders is not questioning openly.........I know some of this is what they tell themselves, but it's nuts to hear them tell half-truths so easily.
I am an elder (not much longer). Let me tell you, if someone comes forward criticizing a doctrine, it would be a matter of minutes before the subject changed to the motives and attitude of the publisher. Don't let there be more than one question or have the question be something integral to the belief system like 1914 or FDS. That would escalate the problem very quickly.
Here is the typical formula elders use:
One question = Awww the sheep needs some spiritual guidance.
Two questions = Well I see this one is stubborn....
Three questions = Time to be counseled for questioning the FDS and thus God Almighty himself - this person's name could now be brought up before the body as a potential apostate or a person "poisoned" by apostates. It is not out of the question for a 2-brother investigating committee to be formed to dig into this serious spiritual matter.