Newtonian - Most Jehovah's Witnesses believe that - until they question something that the Governing Body has published.
If you were baptized before 1985, your baptismal question would not be this:
1) On the basis of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, have you repented of your sins and dedicated yourself to Jehovah to do his will?
2) Do you understand that your dedication and baptism identify you as one of Jehovah's Witnesses in association with God's spirit-directed organization?
Originally there was no mention of an organization in the vows. Jehovah, Jesus and the Holy spirit was it. But now, you are pledging your obedience to the organization. The Governing Body requires you to Listen Obey and Be Blessed. Otherwise they will say you are going against GOD.
Perhaps you are equating everything that the organization is saying, as being from GOD and therefore proper to obey. Yet recently, they have admitted they are imperfect humans who make mistakes. Still, if you don't do as they say, you will be in trouble.
I have a good example of that. An elder at my old hall, gave a talk about how some parents have allowed their children to go to college. He said with an angry voice, that the organization has printed pages and pages of information about the dangers of college. And yet he says, they point out one paragraph that says it up to an individuals conscience. He likened them to Korah
Yes going against the "advice" of the Governing Body is traitorous.