Conservapedia: American conservatives have their own batshit crazy Wikipedia
You know how some conservatives have problems with the so-called liberal media? Well, these right-wingers have issues with Wikipedia too. Luckily, in the U.S., they have Conservapedia.
Started in 2006, Conservapedia calls itself a "clean and concise resource for those seeking the truth". It's got an article titled "Examples of Bias in Wikipedia", which links to extensive lists of supposed leftist bias on topics from abortion to zoophilia.
For shits and giggles, let's take a quick tour of Conservapedia's often-hallucinogenic pages on topics controversial with social conservatives.
Here's what Conservapedia says about feminism:
Specifically, a modern feminist denies or downplays differences between men and women, opposes the encouragement of homemaking and child-rearing for women, and seeks to participate in predominantly male activities, possibly including sexual intercourse with women.
On gay rights:
Conservatives also oppose attempts by homosexual activists to indoctrinate children by using liberal tactics such as tolerance or forcing diversity programs onto children in schools which strongly encourage the acceptance of homosexual behavior. Notable figures including Tony Perkins have expressed concerns. As any logical examination of the world would have one conclude, tolerance is an insidious construct which breeds relativism and lack of judgment.
On affirmative action:
Though liberals whine about how bad racial profiling is, they promote affirmative action, which is essentially the same thing as racial profiling.
The history of the atheist community and various studies regarding the atheist community point to moral depravity being a causal factor for atheism. In addition, there is the historical matter of deceit being used in a major way to propagate atheism from the time of Charles Darwin onward.
On the Big Bang Theory:
Some creationists argue that the Big Bang theory is part of an effort to deny God's creation of all of existence. Christian physicists, such as Dr. John Hartnett, have claimed that the Big Bang theory was constructed to account for serious pitfalls to the theory of evolution, particularly the needed timescale of billions of years, amply contradicted by terrestrial and astronomical evidence. Thus, the big bang is trotted out by atheist evolutionists to silence creationist opponents.
There have been significant and negative social ramifications of the adoption of the theory of evolution. The theory has been foundational to Social Darwinism, Nazism and Communism and has also been a source of racism.
On Barack Obama:
Gerald Celente one of America's finest trend forecasters, he predicted the fall of communism when liberals thought it would last forever and predicted the 2008 financial collapse when liberals thought everything was just fine. Calente says that if Barack Obama is reelected the economy will further crumble, leading to mass homelessness, food riots and turning our cities into disaster zones where kidnapping and ransom are the biggest industries. Real Americans, fed up with big government may revolt, but it at that point it may be too late. Around the world the situation will be even worse, with the "blackest of plagues" running rampant.