To me, the Evangelical sect seems worse than the JW's. At least most people know who the JW's are and they won't deny it, but the Evangelicals are much worse, they have millions of dolars in their pockets and I am sure that a lot of people convert because of this.
They have also claimed the title "Christians" for their own, and now, people in Mexico for example, make a distinction "Are you Catholic or Christian?". Then when you talk about Orthodox you must say "Catholic Orthodox" or it will cause a confusion.
In countries like the ones of Latin America, or Eastern Europe, a lot of people are not well instructed to understand the differences between the Evangelicals and the others. Most people here see the American missionaries as having a good intention, because at the beggining they help people without asking for anything, but then they start proselitizing little by little. My cousin, who was a basketball player a team was told that he should become an Evangelical, because most NBA players were Baptist or Evangelicals.
I am convinced that as long as the traditional Orthodox Churches are strong in Eastern Europe for example, political domination will be hard for the "apostles" of integration. Here we have learnt from the experience that they could undermine our independence when protestantism was introduced by Juarez in the XIX supressing the influence of the once conservatice RC.
I would not support proselitism either, such as the door to door proselitism. I believe the liturgy is the best "presentation card", people should be invited to attend it, and to learn about the Orthodox faith with books, presenting them with images of Christ of Our Lady, so that there is no doubt about the "Catholicity" of the Orthodox church. For Hispanic faithful it is a sensation of peace to see it has nothing to do with Protestantism, and that the Orthodox Church is still the same. The music is also a way to approach to people, byzantine choir chant, as well as Russian polyphony.