No, I think they are the ones who did not buy into the deception. One of the reasons that some God believers become nonreligious is because they see the deception of these man made religions even thought they still have an irrational belief in a Higher Power of some kind. That is the things about lies and deceit, they are easy to detect if you just open your mind. While most atheists certainly admit they don't know if any Gods/Goddesses exist, what they do understand is that all Gods/Goddesses spoken about throughout our history are purely man made concoctions despite if any real Gods/Goddesses unknowingly exist. Atheists simply like good reasoning when attempting to figure things out, something theism seems to be sorely missing, which is why they are ripe for the deception. Without any good reasoning to support the "possibility" then even pure agnosticism is an unreasonable position. I consider agnostics to be the most irrational position because theists at least believe they have good evidence and reasoning to support their belief in their particular God/religion, but agnostics usually acknowledge there is no evidence to support the existence, yet still grant the possibility based purely on theists claiming Gods do exist. Evidence does not go in both directions as these misguided agnostics tend to believe. There is either evidence for existence or there is not. When there is not, the "reasonable" default is nonexistence, not undiscovered existence with no evidence of support for that possibility. For example, life on this planet grants the "possibility" of other life in our universe. I can reasonably be agnostic of other life because that possibility exists. There is nothing like that for agnostics of Gods (aka magical super beings). They would have to be agnostic of all magical beings/creatures by their standards of assigning "possibility", which we can clearly see is irrational.