Feb 23, 2007

A Wiki for you.

Do you believe George Washington's earthly body ascended into heaven? Do you believe slavery had no part in the build up to the Civil War? Tired of reading online encyclopedias that try and fill your head with all sorts of nonsense such as scientific evidence? Well my friends there's a Wiki for you.

Conservapedia is a source you can trust for your online encyclopedia needs. Described as a much needed alternative to Wikipedia the site claims it will eliminate all liberal bias and produce it's readers with nothing but facts that "favor Christianity and America."

Now you can read about our founding fathers, who were the moral equivalent of the Apostle Paul. Fear not for your children's indoctrination into the massive liberal purging of our education system. Just have them read about how Darwin was a wife swapping drunk. Yes you can also come to the awesome realization about how faith is an exclusive Christian virtue.

I've actually browsed through the site, slow that it is, and yes I do find it interesting. Even if you don't agree with it's politics, or the whole Wiki concept for that matter, it still worth a look.

"Conservapedia is a much-needed alternative to Wikipedia, which is increasingly anti-Christian and anti-American. On Wikipedia, many of the dates are provided in the anti-Christian "C.E." instead of "A.D.", which Conservapedia uses. Christianity receives no credit for the great advances and discoveries it inspired, such as those of the Renaissance." - Conservapedia.com


whatigotsofar said...

... and Chuck Norris saved the Mayflower from sinking during its voyage across the Atlantic.

rawbean said...

man that site is slow, what's with that and more importantly, where do you find these things?

Okay here's my first question for "ask wiwille": If you were going to make me a mix cd, what would be on it?

Claire said...

I spy a way to wile away some hours....