Conservapedia is a conservative and christian site set up to essentially promote the ideals of the Christian American right and pretend that it is an unbiased approach to factual information (by attributing statements to the person making them, this turns anything into a "fact" regardless of how much evidence supports or disputes such statements). Just take a look at the references in the linked article, often referencing other conservapedia pages.
Wiki page about conservapedia
"Women and girls throughout the world love ponies, but most women and girls dislike atheism  Ponies are often nicer than American atheists who typically give less to charity than American theists."
The stupidity of such statements is almost unbelievable. Unfortunately, some people made read this nonsense and take it seriously. It is so extreme it almost seems like a Poe, unfortunately I don't think it is.
On the same conservapedia page
"Like the serpent in the Garden of Eden, atheists are often deceptive."
Pot calling the kettle black. Seriously. The amount of deliberate misinformation perpetuated by extreme groups such as this should be illegal. It is a shame that this type of thing exploits freedom of speech (and I acknowledge that it is more important to have freedom of speech than to instigate censorship, still, this is the downside). Slander and lies are often the tools used by organisations such as conservapedia, and the blind faith indoctrination by religions only foster the acceptance of the type of statements quoted above, eroding individual ability to question ideas that support their faith. Horrifying, stupid and it should be made an example of.
Thanks to Blaghag for highlighting it. http://www.blaghag.com/2011/06/conservapedia-has-solved-atheist-gender.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter
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