it's a real shame wikipedia is set up the way it is. I use it sometimes for certain types of references, but the JW page really left a bad taste in my mouth. I tried to make some changes recently and it took less than 3 minutes before my changes were unchanged. and I received a swift warning. meaning, if I did it again, my ip address would be recorded and they would lock me out.
I communicated with the pro-JW who hit me with the warning and he claims they have a mixed group of moderators, ie a few active JWs and a few non-JWs. I stated I didn't think the critics of JWs area was very well researched and the issues were not represented fairly. He advised me to put something together that was well researched. He also suggested I try to ask to be part of the moderation team. Of course that means he is still in charge, since I have a real job that doesn't allow me to surf the net all day. Along with all of that, he had the audacity to give me a stern lecture about throwing away my hope for the future and the dangers of associating with apostates. What a laugh. I gave him a few things to think about in response. He's still thinking, I suppose because I haven't heard anything back. This guy is sitting in a cramped office in brooklyn new york, I suspect. Shifts, definitely.
Not too long ago, I remember seeing a lot more against the Jehovah's Witnesses listed there.
I complained to wikipedia and got no response.
I also looked up a few things under "cult" and remember it used to have more information than it currently has. Curious. I think lots of the fundamental religions are probably up to the same thing. We should check out "scientology" and see what sort of propaganda is out there.
Wikipedia blows. I think I won't use anything from wikipedia as a source for arguments any longer. I'm only using it for trivial pop culture research.