Juan - I have to agree with you and the others who feel that the caller (JWFairyTale) has done a disservice to ex Jehovah's Witnesses and even those who are truly "apostates."
After I saw this video for the first time I looked at JWFT's You Tube channel and was sickened and disappointed in what I saw. I can not support this kind of activism against either Jehovah's Witnesses or the Watchtower organization. If it is anything at all it is one hundred percent counter productive. How anyone who opposes the Watchtower and supports the very good work of so many ex JW activists could show any support at all for this kind of abuse of the phone responders is far beyond my level of reasoning.
I imagine that ex JWs come in all shapes, sizes, and backgrounds - I have never met any serious persons that would dress up like some evil clown, try to talk like a demon, and then bully people on the phone. Is that who we are? Will some of us become the physical manifestations of the very "demon inspired apostates" that give Jehovah's Witnesses nightmares? I certainly hope not.
I could imagine that the same arguments, and perhaps even the very same words that FairyTale used in his video could be used successfully. But the threatening and aggressive way he goes about asking his questions and addressing his objections are bully techniques. I wonder how he grew up and what he experienced to be so comfortable acting and speaking this way.
Normally I would never speak out against another ex JW who expressed their pain and their frustration with the Watchtower and the governing body. But in this case I think serious harm may have been done that will tarnish the sincere efforts of those who are trying to get as many Jehovah's Witnesses out and to keep non-JWs from considering ever going into that religion.
This horrible event recorded on video over a non-event with little or no importance to the broader debate should not be celebrated or appreciated by any of us here. - NGD