: "disband" "That which is crooked cannot be made straight" "corrupt nature of the core"
: "corrupt nature of the core" is everywhere, should the same solution be applied?
Of course. Why make an exception?
: What about the catholic church and a few others nonreligous like Eron, Adelphia, Investment corp in wall st, totally corrupt nations etc.
Them too. The Bush administration too.
: Such a "proposal" is similar to WT solutions
Reform of many organizations is impossible. Reform of many corrupt people is impossible. While you can't reform irreformable people, you can certainly "reform" corrupt organizations right out of existence. The alternative -- to leave them be to continue hurting people, is a bad solution.
I'm not saying that anyone might actually be able to reform such groups; only that, in principle, it's the right thing.
: except they feel dont belong to the "corrupt" groups.
Self-deception at its worst.
: Satan and co. has not been "disbanded" could be argued.
I don't believe in Satan.
:: a core doctrine, which I call The Fundamental Doctrine of Jehovah's Witnesses, that puts them in between their God and the JW community
: The Pope is "Infallible" (god), he and the church promise "hell" (fear) for the infidel. Divorce is not possible, comdoms are banned.
But most Catholics ignore such nonsense with impunity. The Church, over the centuries, has been forced to become a kinder and gentler thing. But I'd still love to see it disbanded.
: At some point back in relatively recent history, they even killed (what could be worst?) infidels just like the WT would like to do.
And given half a chance, they'd probably do it again. That's why I'd like to see all religions disbanded.
: Despite outcry by extremist, even atheist governments have found counterproductive to "disband" or totally eliminate those "corrupt" religions,
Sure, because they couldn't reform the religious people who kept the traditions alive despite the bans.
: (until now) they did managed to "disband' what they considered "corrupt" corporations and paid a price which they considere they could afford.