One Watchtower apologist thinks this applies to a non-profit printing organization located in Brooklyn, NY. This is consistent with what the Watchtower themselves have stated:
*** w92 11/15 p. 21 Serve Jehovah Loyally ***
Nowhere Else to Go
12 We will be impelled to serve Jehovah loyally with his organization if we remember that there is nowhere else to go for life eternal. When Jesus’ statements caused ‘many disciples to go off to the things behind,’ he asked his apostles: “You do not want to go also, do you?” Peter replied: “Lord, whom shall we go away to? You have sayings of everlasting life; and we have believed and come to know that you are the Holy One of God.”—John 6:66-69.
However, the Scriptures are very clear on who this text is applied to if context means anything:
(John 6:66-71) 66 Owing to this many of his disciples went off to the things behind and would no longer walk with him. 67 Therefore Jesus said to the twelve: “YOU do not want to go also, do YOU?” 68 Simon Peter answered him: “Lord, whom shall we go away to? You have sayings of everlasting life; 69 and we have believed and come to know that you are the Holy One of God.” 70 Jesus answered them: “I chose YOU twelve, did I not? Yet one of YOU is a slanderer.” 71 He was, in fact, speaking of Judas [the son] of Simon Is·car′i·ot; for this one was going to betray him, although one of the twelve.
Who did Peter have in mind when he uttered the question, "whom shall we go away to?" A printing organization that would not arise for another 2,000 years, or Jesus Himself?
Watchtower apologists, such as StandFirm, want to divert the issue by arguing issues related to ecclesiology and whether Christians should worship God in opposition to those whom Christ Himself appointed as apostles in the first century. But even if the Governing Body are who they claim to be, John 6:68 is contextually applicable only to Jesus. To apply it to seven fallible and error-prone men in Brooklyn, NY is nothing short of blasphemous. So why do Watchtower apologists defend the Watchtower such embarrassingly poor arguments like these? Because they must have absolute unquestionable submission to whatever is put in print by the Watchtower.
But I didn't write this blog necessarily to refute one of the extremely few Watchtower apologists who write and dialogue on the internet; its to offer an argument that could prove useful for anyone who wishes to witness to a JW. Consider using John 6:68 in asking a JW who this text is applied to in context. This question alone could prove effecting in getting JW's to "examine the Scriptures to see if these things are so." (Acts 17:11)