Months after Operation: Wiki Wars wound its engines down, the Wikipedia COG landscape looks pretty peaceful. Mostly gone are overt promotions for COG literature, individual pages for various cult leaders along with lies about their accomplishments and ministries. After the initial call went out, many Wikipedia editors put these articles in their crosshairs and now they’re being more closely scrutinized for fairness and accuracy.
Every so often though, we see some oddities.
One of those oddities is COGWA, which seems to be the only Armstrongist sect to not withdraw from Wikipedia after the edits started. It’s gotten to the point where COGWA reversed so many changes, ignored  and added so much superfluous garbage that it’s finally been flagged for neutrality issues. They seem very intent on keeping Jim Franks’ mug on the page, while also claiming to have 10,000 members worldwide, which isn’t even possible much less true, considering how many UCG had prior to the split and how many were left over after.
The other oddity is UCG, which despite recent efforts to scrub its history from public view seem to have abandoned its article, even though it used to be among the most aggressive in policing its page. It’s so bad, in fact, that for months Joakim Noah was listed as UCG’s leader instead of Victor Kubik.
What’s up, UCG? Did your marketing consultants tell you that breaching Wikipedia’s terms was a bad PR move? If so, good on them.
These might seem like minor issues, but considering that when people research anything anymore that Wikipedia is their first stop, ensuring the most accuracy and balance as possible is vital to promoting an informed citizenry.