deeper - 12:26 pm on Jun 27, 2013 (gmt 0)
Hm, a link has many characteristics which determine his value and the anchor is only one. Certainly Google recognizes DMOZ-clones und sure will not give their links much value.
But the anchor could be devaluated (not "deleted") and still contribute to the anchor filter of pinguin, couldn't it? That's the crucial question, will Google delete completely the anchor in their link graph (like nofollow) oder still record, with few value, but contributing to anchor filter of pinguin.
On the other hand, if they don't count at all, disavowing them is no risk, there is nothing to loose any more.
Sorry, may be due to my english, I don't understand your last sentence. What do you mean by "a real DMOZ link in the first place"? Could you explain?