Some of readers have reported to this blog that they are experiencing two problems when they get on Fellowship of the Minds:
- A pop-up warning saying that FOTM is a dangerous site.
- Very slow uploading speed.
I don’t doubt that there is an effort to sabotage FOTM.
Our readers should know this:
Fellowship of the Minds is not a dangerous site. McAfee has examined FOTM and determined it to be safe. In fact, we have the best “threat assessment” rating that McAfee gives: A green-colored rating for “minimal risk”. Here’s a screenshot from McAfee (click to enlarge):
You can verify it for yourself by going here.
And so, if you get a pop-up “dangerous site” warning when you access FOTM, either ignore it or consider switching to a different browser.
To test this, I used three browsers — Firefox, Chrome, Opera — to access FOTM‘s front page, and the results are:
- No pop-ups with all three browsers.
- No slow speed with Firefox and Chrome.
Thank you for your patience and for being such loyal readers of FOTM.
God bless you!
Update (Jan. 13, 2018):
Google Chrome is censoring conservative sites by attaching “reviewed claims” to 6 of the top 20 conservative sites. By contrast, none of the top 20 liberal sites had “reviewed claims.” Instead, three of them — The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The New Yorker — had “awards” displayed where “reviewed claims” would have been. (Life News)