This site now has a very low rating on the WOT (Web of Trust) browser ad on. Those who have the add-on are warned that it is rated as untrustworthy and asked if they still want to visit.Looking up "wot" they have mostly stuff on detecting mal ware but they do some ratings on content. I also find most the way ratings are given is through members of their thing who vote on sites or report sites. So if we want a good rating, we organize a bunch of apologists to going wot and send in good ratings then we get the rating up.
There's no way to know if they actually go to the site and say "this is not good." Or do they just take their members word? did they actually look up the research I presented in the articles? there's no way to know. We know that atheist organize attacks. they organize to give books on Amazon low marks even thought hey didn't read them. They organize to have hundreds of roles on "read it' say "my site is stupid even they have no idea what they are talking about.
So they had a bunch of member join wot and give the site low ratings. Does that prove anything?
It prove atheists can organize and that they are vicious. It's nothing than a high class form of intimidation.
here's their page where they get the link to look at Atheist watch and see the rating on WOT.
they have their guys join WOT then give AW a low rating. wow that's a scame of their own. there's no way to know they are actually checking the research.
Join WOT and give it a good rating.
the rating for something called "vendor reliability." what does that mean? It means atheists organized a bunch of trolls to lie and say that I don't' know nothing.
here's an example o their extortion. they have a part where the site own cancer the 'charge' they are a bunch of vigilantes. but you have to join to say something to them. It's just a way to force people to join their group.
the organized atheist hate group are a gang of thugs they will stop at nothing.
WOt may be a fine thing but it looks like it's something a group could orchastrate. you can effect your site's rating when you join.
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they claim this:
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they also say it's up the to the individual to determine what they trust so what are they really rating? the rating is given based upon members so if they have a group of five atheists as members they can just rate the sight badly and it will have that rating.
then if that's true why do they give tips?