I would like to contextualise this habit of the WT in their use of false or non-existing evidence. The Watchtower has always been cult propaganda from the start exemplified in the underhand way they use language as a massage to their followers’ vanity or sense of religious privilege.
The WT implies that the listeners are the “thinking persons” or “honest hearted ones”. The foremost expression the WT uses in this context to patronise the sheep by getting them to identify as one of “Jehovah’s people”. As if this grandiose fiction were a reality. Equally bad, they promote the idea from the Bible no less, that God has an organisation precisely like their organisation!
All these false assumptions are the coercive language of demagogy which avoids a critical examination of what is being taught but appeals to the desires of the audience.
In a cult Like Jehovah’s Witnesses, this is reinforced by the followers coerced into absolute trust in the leadership on the absurd basis of their divine inspiration. Lastly the information which operates in the JW org is disseminated an atmosphere of unquestioning acceptance—should you dare criticise the org, you will find yourself out on your ear.
Language is a very persuasive tool in cult manipulation. Watchtower language never teaches or explains anything useful, it is just crafted to induce submission to its bogus authority.