When it comes to talking to to dubs about stuff that will open their eyes, it's almost always true that they will stick the sHtick to you. The trick would be to make the sHtick stick to them, so they can take it with them when they go.
If you talk to them about the Generations teaching, a real piece of garbage that they have swallowed, they will just stick it on you that YOU have a bad attitude and need to adjust your thinking.
If you talk to them about the child molestation issues, they will say that YOU have a bad attitude and need to learn to wait in Jehovah.
But if you tell them that the United Nations has a list of Watchtower articles on file, their curiosity is peaked.
"Why would they have that?" they would ask? "Are they preparing to try to destroy us?"
"How do you know this?" ..might be their next question, to which you can reply "I called them..." and/I received a letter and some copies of our articles from the UN.
I cannot imagine how they can make this factoid stick to YOU.
And it's just getting going. You add "The brothers from Brooklyn drove across town to the UN to deposit them regularity for a decade."
Just facts. Facts don't stick to you. Facts stick to them. And they take the sHtick with them when they go.
"What possible purpose could the brothers have?" they might opine in disbelief.
The door is wide open. The proof is undeniable. Open up he articles in the bound volumes. Gently give a few more factoids regarding the content and the purpose.
The facts have nothing to do with the messenger. They exist all on the own. It's not a matter of opinion. It's a smoking gun pointing to the GB's betrayal of all dubs.
Once this is in their ear, it's never coming out.