Wirtland’s social network Witizens of Wirtland (WoW) is currently experiencing technical difficulties after a major technical problem or a hacker’s attack. Out team is working to re-install full network’s functionality.
You can still browse our site, but may encounter problem with new member registration and sign-in, and some interactive capabilities may be restricted.
Until the WoW functionality is back to normal, we suggest to use official Wirtland Group in Facebook for interaction and new member registration.
Happy Wirtland Day!!!
Wirtland is 6 year old, and we will never give up. In fact, in the turbulent times of conflict like the world is experiencing now, we are getting stronger, as more new citizens are choosing the Wirtland alternative.
Active witizens are cordially invited to our newest Wirtland Nation Conference project – to meet and interact in real life (see https://www.facebook.com/WitiMeet)
Today I received a message from Wikipedia, that someone deleted Wirtland entry from Wikipedia! The guy who did this is “…a conservative Christian from west-central Ohio, currently in graduate school in Indiana…” (as he tells himself).
Speechless! What a shame, Wiki! How a single and pretty uneducated person can just delete your article, used by thousands of people for years???
Wiki message offers a way to contact this so-called “editor”:
Shall we do something to restore Wirtland’s rights and fight against ignorance? If there are people knowledgeable in dealing with the dark dungeons of Wikipedia, please comment and tell us what should be done.