I've been paying very close attention to talks ever since waking up. I probably pay more attention now than I ever did while I was sleeping. Anyway, I think there are a lot of brothers who are awake, and they try their best to go against the grain while up on that stage. Here are a few examples. These won't be direct quotes, but I'll just give the gist of what was said:
1.) Brothers, we must guard against viewing women as inferior to men. Men and women may be different, but we are also equal. Keep in mind that Jesus did not hold a negative, misogynistic view towards women. He treated them with love and respect, and we must do the same.
2.) We need to learn to look on the bright side. Do you have the tendency to view everything in black or white? Hot or cold? Good or evil? We all view our brothers and sisters as good people because they love Jehovah. But what about people who are not yet serving Jehovah? Do we view them as bad or evil? Why not look on the bright side? Instead of saying, "That person is bad!" Why not say, "That person could be my future brother or sister,"?
(This last brother I'll mention is my favorite. He can actually deliver an outline in such a way that you aren't contemplating suicide the entire time.)
3.) Do you remember the Pharisees? They burdened the people with excessive rules and regulations. They had a rule for everything. Not so with Jesus. His rule was the law of love. He was not a harsh, unmerciful religious leader. He was not obsessed with rules and laws. He was not legalistic, and surely he would not be pleased with those who judge others harshly. The Bible tells us not to judge, so that we may not be judged. So we have no business looking down on others, judging them as if we ourselves are without sin.
(End of Paraphrases)
If the brothers that expressed those thoughts are not yet PIMO, then they definitely have the right mindset to become PIMO one day. Those thoughts are a direct contradiction to what we usually hear. When they were speaking, I would just look around the room to see if anyone was getting it. I would say that some people were, but the majority of them were in a brainwashed trance.
P.S.: The third brother I mentioned also said something about looking into the teachings to see if they really are true. He invited everyone listening to do this. He didn't just say something like, "Stick with what the Governing Body authorizes." It was very interesting.