An investigation for BBC's Panorama has revealed that the "New Atheist" movement has been engaged in a long-term, systematic programme of child disabuse.
While most atheist leaders, such as Richard Dawkins, do not engage directly in disabuse of children, the documentary revealed complex support networks or "Foundations" aimed at helping other atheists disabuse them. These networks provide disabuse resources, as well as helping, when a child is reported as disabused, to move the disabuser to another area with more children.
One atheist told the documentary that "it's important to get in there and start the disabuse as young as possible, because that's when the child is most vulnerable."
The atheist groups have even been accused of colluding with other "Foundations" designed to disabuse children in other ways, including one such network run by a bearded old man named "Randy".
Stephen Green of Christian Voice responded to the allegations by saying "I'm sure that to all intensive purposes, alot of athiest's believe this is a morale act, but irregardless of motive, they're can be no excuse whatever for disabuse."