It is a fundamental mistake to see the enemy as a set of targets. The enemy in war is a group of people. Some of them will have to be killed. Others will have to be captured or driven into hiding. The overwhelming majority, however, have to be persuaded. — Frederick Kagan
I love the new Fakeopedia on this site and have just a couple suggestions for improvement. The articles might look better if presented as court cases. Present both sides of the argument. Have a major section for supporting evidence, and a main section for evidence against.
It will appeal to more people if they can make the decision for themselves, rather than the article expressly claiming that the event/subject was a hoax, or not real, or different than the official claim.
It looks great the way it is, and I am just suggesting improvements.