Tuesday, September 20, 2016

The Rise of the "NAZI FROGS"? Part II

The Rise of the "NAZI FROGS"? (Part II) "Meme Magic"
It is an amusing sight to see so many marxist and faux-conservatives freaking out over cartoon frogs. Behold Pepe the enemy of the Left, destroyer of marxism. The vile and evil witch Hillary created a whole page on her website about the evils of "NAZI FROGS".
Meme Magic is a term used to describe the hypothetical power of sorcery and voodoo supposedly derived from certain internet memes that can transcend the realm of cyberspace and result in real life consequences. Since its coinage on the imageboard 8chan, the fictitious concept has gained popularity on 4chan’s /pol/ (politically incorrect) board and been heavily associated with several in-jokes and posting fads on the site, including Ebola-chan, Baneposting and Donald Trump.
A good comment from the late Samuel T. Francis, but I wasn't quite expecting it to come in the form of "NAZI FROGS"...
"Sooner or later, as the globalist elites seek to drag the country into conflicts and global commitments, preside over the economic pastoralization of the United States, manage the delegitimization of our own culture, and the dispossession of our people, and disregard or diminish our national interests and national sovereignty, a nationalist reaction is almost inevitable and will probably assume populist form when it arrives. The sooner it comes, the better…" Samuel T. Francis 1
And in light of recent events...
"The paleoconservatives were a major voice in the Republican Party for many years, with Pat Buchanan as their most recent leader, and pushed a line that is very reminiscent of Trumpism. They adhere to the normal conservative triad of nationalism, free markets, and moral traditionalism, but they put greater weight on the nationalist leg of the stool — leading to a more strident form of anti-immigrant politics that often veers into racism, an isolationist foreign policy rather than a hawkish or dovish one, and a deep skepticism of economic globalization that puts them at odds with an important element of the business agenda." 2
The Alt-Right has indeed mastered "meme magic," as is plain for all to see as the "NAZI FROGS" invade and attack on 4chan, Twitter, and rest of World Wide Web.
"For web trolls, having one of their pranks garner national attention is the Holy Grail. They call it meme magic — when previously-obscure web memes become so influential they start to affect real-world events." 3
Praise Kek!

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