I think that in general, it would be a near impossible task to go around educating the entire Rad-Ki community, and a waste of time. Use this time to improve your own skills and gain knowledge, then when the members of the Rad-Ki community become disillusioned with thier 'art' and move on, you are in a better position to help them grow into a better energy practitioner.
Wrong. It is not a waste of time educating the entire Rad-ki community. By educating others we actually can educate ourselves. When you attempt to teach a person, you flip through the pages of your own knowledge, and come to understand even further what you learned. If you do not understand what someone else has taught you, you cannot begin to teach another. By helping along some confused newbies, you gain more than you lose.
Sure, I was once a radki kid. In the Summer of 2002? I was a member of TUS. Then I saw a post about Veritas... once I came here, I learned the error of my ways, and reformed until you see me as I am. Then, I stayed a member for quite some time... and learned a lot in a short amount of time. In turn I educated a good many people who came into various sites about why their ways were incorrect. I didn't exactly go on a crusade against it like Koujiryuu, Kendamu, etc. But I did my part, and will continue to do so.
Radki and Tradki were once very unbalanced. There were 10 radki sites for every 1 tradki site. Now, who can say those numbers remain the same? No one can say that with any truth. There remain a few inactive websites dotted here and there over the expanse of internet, but surely not as many as before. By helping others, we realized exactly how much we knew. Once you try to show someone the falsehood of their beliefs, you come to see how much knowledge is packed into your own head.
Through attempting to enlighten others, I gained so much.