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  • Anonymous 11:11 am on June 19, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    UN, a Common Enemy Bringing Everyone Together. 

    I’m going to assume everyone here knows about the United Nations. It seems that almost everyone hates the UN (United Nations), from Jews in Israel to the Alt-Right. It seems that the only people who have any respect for the UN, are the elite and people who are stupid enough to listen to them. I think it is remarkably interesting when looking at the UN as a common enemy, because it seems like hating the UN could be common ground for a lot of people.

    Something else that is interesting to note is that there are only two types of propaganda we see about the UN. The first type points out how hypocritical the UN, while the other points out how the UN could be the hero the world need.

    Example of Anti-UN memes:

    There are actually a lot more, but this one is just my favorite.

    Examples of the UN being made out to be a possible hero.

    When ever you here about the left trying to do anything in America, the always throw the idea of sending in the UN to “help.”

    Here’s one about having them disarm the police:

    Floyd Family Petitions UN To Help “Disarm” United States Police

    Here’s another about some more lies about COVID:


    Here they are talking about Gun Control policies aimed at America.


    Here they are talking bad about a peaceful 2A protest in Virginia.


  • Anonymous 11:51 am on June 18, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Hijacking Cultural Symbols 

    People use symbols to signal to other people that they are cool trendy people and should be invited to the cool dinner parties, and other such stuff like that.  If the meaning of a symbol is made ambiguous, even by completely blatant stealing of the symbol by someone who’s not part of that cool group of people, it will no longer serve it’s signaling function and there will be no reason for original group to use it anymore.

    People can take cultural symbols and change them to something that suits another agenda.


    The Rainbow

    Most people don’t know this, but the rainbow has been used as symbol in the old testament, and it has be transformed to represent the gay movement.

    This is the sign of the covenant which I make between Me and you, and every living creature that is with you, for perpetual generations: I set My rainbow in the cloud, and it shall be for the sign of the covenant between Me and the earth. It shall be, when I bring a cloud over the earth, that the rainbow shall be seen in the cloud; and I will remember My covenant which is between Me and you and every living creature of all flesh; the waters shall never again become a flood to destroy all flesh Genesis 9:12–15

    Gilbert Baker, the guy who made it the gay pride logo, says he started to seriously think about creating a flag for the movement in 1976, the year of the United States’ bicentennial. Baker says he saw a flag as a more powerful symbol than a seal or a sign, since it is flown to represent a nation, people or country. “We are a people, a tribe if you will. And flags are about proclaiming power, so it’s very appropriate,” he said.

    “We needed something beautiful, something from us. The rainbow is so perfect because it really fits our diversity in terms of race, gender, ages, all of those things,” said Baker. “Plus, it’s a natural flag—it’s from the sky! And even though the rainbow has been used in other ways in vexilography, this use has now far eclipsed any other use that it had.”

    This is how a spiritual symbol was hijacked to change it in the mind of the public, to associate with LGBTQP+ agenda. I believe it isn’t salvageable at this point since gay pride likes to force it into our subconscious till the agenda is complete. This is an example of how the LGBTQP+ community hijacked a symbol to make it represent something else, therefore changing its original meaning.

    The Workers

    The champagne socialists and the revolutionaries have abandoned the white working class, and now only see them as a tool to integrate muds, or as a tool for world revolution.

    The treason against their own core that the socialists have done, because it is the working class that pay the cost for immigration with lower wages and increased cost of housing, in addition to ruined communities and schools. And this is the good scenario, many white workers have been ethnically cleansed, raped or killed, and even more have been forced to become refugees in their own countries.

    The Swastika

    This was originally a symbol used by the Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism, of Eurasia. It meant good, well, auspicious. It wasn’t until the 1930s the Nazi changed the meaning of this. Now the Swastika is considered a hate symbol around in the western part of the world.

    The Hawaiian Shirt

    The Hawaiian shirt used to be a shirt associated with the Pacific Isand. In recent news it has become associated with the Boogaloo movement. In return the Hawaiian theme has become a symol of government reform, and libertarianism.


    If they can do it so can someone else.

    We now have, and when we meme, we create our own symbols.

    I think that other symbols are savage able or at least can be robbed of meaning and made undesirable to an intended crowd.  If a group of people just outwardly started using any well establish symbol as a symbol for something else, that they want, in large enough numbers, and were very blatant and outward about what they were the stolen symbol would quickly lose its trendy fashion appeal as it would no longer function as an effective method of signaling that you belong to the original crowd.

  • Anonymous 5:33 am on June 18, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Meme Magic 

    What if memes are magic? What if what we call “meme magic” is a natural phenomenon involving mechanics of magic?

    It depends on the type of magic. I don’t think anybody here is interested in magic spells in the supernatural form, but more as memes to influence opinions and behavior.

    Here’s an Example of How Some Magic Works

    I would argue that they may be the same thing, or perhaps a remarkably similar process that uses the same basic concepts. The problem is that many normal people view esotericism as a supernatural concept rather than a psychological and mental work. “Magic is the art of causing changes in consciousness in conformity with the Will”– Dion Fortune. “A magical act may be defined as causing reality to conform to will.” — Phil Hine

    “Real magic is not merely an assortment of skills and techniques. It’s more like an open-minded attitude, a blend of interest and dedication, which allows each honest mage to observe, to learn, to adapt, and to invent unique ways of changing identity and reality from within.” — Jan Fries, Visual Magick

    “Magic is the Highest, most Absolute, and most Divine Knowledge of Natural Philosophy, advanced in its works and wonderful operations by a right understanding of the inward and occult virtue of things; so that true Agents being applied to proper Patients, strange and admirable effects will thereby be produced. Whence magicians are profound and diligent searchers into Nature; they, because of their skill, know how to anticipate an effect, the which to the vulgar shall seem to be a miracle.” — The Goetia of the Lemegeton of King Solomon.

    “Magic is the practice of imposing one’s will upon reality to create change. The changes created by magic can take place in the outside world, but the most potent changes occur inside the self – changing attitudes, expanding abilities, pushing accepted limits – all through the exercise of willpower.” — Michelle Belanger

  • Anonymous 12:08 pm on June 17, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Pokémon Card but for the Left vs Right 

    Cuckemon. Basically, this is a vector through which one can distill the general “awakens” of ANTIFA and other aspects of the left, through a card game. The structure of the Pokémon card game is perfectly suited for co-option of a political message: each species has typical behavior, as well as associated strengths and weaknesses. For our purposes, the species will be substituted for important groups we’d like to comment on; attacks/behavior will become the commentary itself;  strengths and weaknesses will be substituted for the crucial relationships between parties in the modern geopolitical ecosystem.

    The great thing about this is that the graphical nature of display in Pokémon cards allows for much creative room for hilarity: a holographic Trump card, an ancient Bernie card, whatever, it’s the meme practitioners to run with. The goal with this meme is to provide the average consumer with a simple framework to start interpreting events.

  • Anonymous 10:49 am on June 17, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Fighting the Orthodoxy 

    It has been shown over and over, that it is very hard to get people to agree that 2+2=4, if the professors and other authority figures say 2+2=5, and we have been taught to always trust what they say as truthful. One such example I have tested out, and will test out some more, is how blue eyes is an adaption to see better in the arctic winter nights.  I’ll post more proof showing why in the next posts, but the short story is that the atmosphere bends blue light, and that this makes the northern (southern) nights a lot brighter and bluer than the night is closer to the equator. Blue eyes are blue, not because there are blue pigments there, but because keratin reflects blue light like the inside of water droplets, and there are no pigments there to absorb the light. The result of blue light not being absorbed when it has passed the retina, as with brown eyed people, is that it is reflected, and given a second chance at exiting the receptors. Cats and dogs have a reflective layer, giving the light a second chance at exiting the receptor, but the ones that live in the arctic, still have the blue eyes adaption, and so do reindeer, that even change eye-color for the winter. What is fascinating, is how you are met with silence or ridicule, rather than questions for more information, because the meme is that blue eyes have no functional purpose, so the physical differences between blue and brown eyes are irrelevant.

    One problem when nobody dares to say anything, is that you don’t know what part they don’t buy. To continue with the blue eyes example, you don’t know if it is the blue arctic winter nights they object to, that blue eyes is an adaptation to exploit this, or if they think humans are special. It could also be so simple, that they have been brought up to worship authority like the Swedes, so that they don’t accept challenges to the orthodoxy, unless a majority of the best and the brightest think the theory true? The Swedish way works wonders when the experts are correct, not only because the correct thing is decided at the top, but also because it hinders false opinions living as a meme among the population. The Swedish way is however a disaster if the experts are wrong, as Sweden today is a living example of, because the only correction mechanism is the scandal, when something goes so horrible wrong, that it impossible for society at large not to notice. Another problem is the areas like with the meme that human eye color is physiological irrelevant, where it’s impossible for something to go horrible wrong. The least controversial premise is that the arctic winter nights have more visible blue light, because the atmosphere bends blue light more than red, and that the arctic is far enough north for this effect to be profound.

  • Anonymous 11:07 am on June 16, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Meme Genealogy via Watermarks to Track Heredity 

    A lot of pages that do memes put water marks on their, so when their memes are shared, it is easy to track. Also when people can track where a meme comes from, they are more likely to follow the original creator, and there for get the original creator more views.

    An example of the former is the “troll face” meme – by virtue of being a replicated image its unique arrangement of pixels is a watermark, and even in original content that imitates the original art. It must retain many of the key “troll face” features to be recognizable, with the more the better.

  • Anonymous 5:19 pm on June 15, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Catch Phrases, the Memes Before the Internet 

    Long before the Internet, when I was in middle-school I would come up with catchy “capsules” for ideas. A phrase that invokes many cultural references and conveys an idea potently. I was frequently the starter of memes that would go around school, and on occasion they would spread to most of the city’s youth sometimes. When I pointed out that I started some trend, no one would believe me. Rather than try to prove it and wondering if it was true that I was merely repeating a meme (which sometimes were uttered by accident and took off anyway). I began to research. Before I would spread what is now known as a meme (but mine were verbal). I would look for it in the library, microfilm archives, etc. Then I would ask people if they had heard the statement – those who are good listeners and would rarely repeat things. Sometimes years later I would look up some popular catch phrase and sometimes find that famous people had uttered it.


    Here is an example, of some that where used on TV shows, and became famous catch phrases.

  • Anonymous 12:01 pm on June 15, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    How to Use a Bumper Sticker to Win 

    This is for educational use only

    Usually when people think of memes, they think of just internet memes, and images. But there are other types of memes. One of these are bumper stickers. We all seen these on the back of cars, and other places too. Most of these people use bumper stickers, to express something about themselves. There have been a lot of violence against right winged supporters for quite some time.

    One thing that has happened is an attack by groups like ANTIFA on vehicles with pro Trump stickers, or anything patriotic. This is sad, but it does make you wonder if this allows for a theorical psyop. I believe it does. It wouldn’t take much for someone to go here: https://www.amazon.com/s?k=trump+stickers&ref=nb_sb_noss_1 and buy some stickers, that might not be liked by the left, and stick it on people’s cars who are in liberal hot beds. The hard-left protestors would be likely to attack the car, with out even realizing, that the driver of the car isn’t republican. It’s very possible to use this technique to get people on the left to attack and hurt each other. Even a swastika or confederate flag might do the trick

    Another thing you could is get a thin blue line sticker and put it on your car. This way police are more likely to be nice to you.

    In away bumper stickers can express anything you want.

  • Anonymous 10:01 am on June 15, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Conforming as a Non-Conformist 

    If you analyze modern-day left-wing propaganda, there is a certain element of conforming to be a non-conformist. Look at how the music industry, and other forms of media tell people to be themselves, but at the same time tell people to act a certain way. It does not take much to realize that the people are part of a system of control when they enter these anarchist or hippie groups. It seems like all the people who tell you to be yourself and be accepting, are the first to yell at you when you don’t follow their beliefs.

    One place this element of conformity, is most relevant is in ANTIFA. ANTIFA calls them selves’ anarchist, but it’s funny to note, that when they control an area, they create the biggest police state. Another interesting thing they do is they preach acceptance, but as soon as they find out you don’t follow their bazar ideology, they beat and sometimes murder people. Even in BLM the demand equality, but some, not all, hate on whites. Some will get angry at you if you say, “All lives matter,” but they are trying to fight racism.

    Everything they believe in is preached on MSN and CNN, two of the biggest media corporations. While these media outlets feed them and the rest of the nation, they call themselves the counterculture.

  • Anonymous 1:00 pm on June 14, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Re-branding the Tinfoil Hat 

    One of my favorite people is Alex Jones. He’s very entertaining, and somewhat of an odd individual. He runs a show called Info Wars. On this show he mainly talks about politics and wild conspiracy theories. his content is band on every major platform, yet people still share his stuff anyway. He was ahead of his time. One thing he did mention was how tin foil hats, would protect us from the deep state’s secret technology, that interfered with our brains. This became such a classis conspiracy theory, futurama and other shows have incorporated tin foil hat memes in their show.

    Now, everyone knows that there is no such thing as a bad idea. This company called Lambs did just that. They created a beanie, that keeps out the harmful EMF waves. There not as flashy as the classic tin foil hat, but they are better looking in my opinion. I honestly don’t know if these thing work, or if there is an invisible threat that we don’t know about. Maybe this company has a legit product or maybe they found a way to sell a beanie, for fifty dollars.

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