All Pepes are belong to us now. They just can’t grasp that and even though you would think that by now Pepe might be starting to get a little stale, this isn’t the case. How do I know? Because the Jews are still threatened by him.
Tick tock kikes.
First, the ADL attempted to stop this grave threat to the chosen by deeming him an anti-semitic hate symbol. They would have probably tried to get their bought and paid for congressmen to pass a hate law against Pepe but even they realized this would make them look even more ridiculous than they already do. Needless to say, the attempt to shut down Pepe with muh anti-semitism fell flat and he became even more popular.
Good luck with that, Kikes.
In the latest news on the Pepe front, the original artist who created Pepe has tried to assassinate him. This is like reading one of those news stories where some crack head abusive parent is arrested for trying to kill one of their kids. So sad.
The cartoonist who created Pepe the Frog has killed off the character in a rebuke to far-right extremists who transformed a benevolent internet meme into a racist, anti-Semitic symbol.
We’re so rebuked………..LOL
After a failed attempt to reclaim Pepe last year, creator Matt Furie released a comic on Saturday showing the frog in an open casket.
Just like the AI Tay, Pepe became self aware and just like Tay, realized that Adolf Hitler did nothing wrong.
Furie described Pepe as ‘chilled out-frog who likes to eat snacks and talk on the phone [and] smoke weed’ before the character was hijacked and branded a hate symbol in 2016, a decade after it first debuted in the comic Boy’s Club.
When I read this, I considered how in this instance, Pepe is a perfect metaphor for today’s younger people. While being told, “Just smoke week and be a good Goyim while the diversity enriches you” they are instead going full fash.
Isn’t it funny how all of the people who took Pepe over do a better job drawing him than the original artist?
The character, which became a popular online subject for user-generated mutations, was initially known for the catchphrase, ‘feels good man’.
WTF? User-generated mutations? They’re called maymays FFS. Even though he started out with “feels good man”, Pepe got off the weed and woke up and it was “Gas the Kikes, Race War Now” before we knew it.
But internet trolls hijacked the character and began flooding social media with hateful Pepe memes more than a year before the 2016 presidential election.
Pepe became a tongue-in-cheek symbol of the ‘alt-right’ fringe movement and its loosely connected brand of white nationalism, neo-Nazism and anti-immigration.
We got a President elected that the entire Jew run system swore couldn’t win but we’re still a fringe movement.
The frog character also took on different forms like Adolf Hitler or a member of the Ku Klux Klan.
Klan Pepe was just a phase he was going through. I can assure you that Pepe is full on with Nazism and has been for some time.
The Anti-Defamation League branded Pepe as a hate symbol in September 2016 and promoted Furie’s efforts to reclaim the character with a social media campaign using the ‘#SavePepe’ hashtag.
And failed spectacularly. LOL
Furie asked people to flood the internet with ‘peaceful or nice’ versions of Pepe, telling the Guardian in 2016: ‘We are in uncharted territory right now. But I have to take some responsibility for him because he’s like my kid or something.’
LOL wut? No dude, once something is on the internet it takes on a life of it’s own and you don’t have any control over it. This is like when women put up pictures of their tits on the internet to some guy and then are shocked when they discover that pictures of their tits are all over the internet.
‘Before he got wrapped up in politics, Pepe was an inside-joke and a symbol for feeling sad or feeling good and many things in between,’ Furie wrote. ‘I understand that it’s out of my control, but in the end, Pepe is whatever you say he is, and I, the creator, say that Pepe is love.’
Sure Pepe is love, love of the white race and stopping these kikes. While all of this can seem sort of silly in and of itself it does illustrate something serious: the power of symbolism. Pepe may just be a cartoon frog on the internet but even this simple symbol, just like the swastika has proven to be a powerful image that people can rally around. What’s that? You think Grandpa Lampshade may be reading too much into it and taking it too seriously? Then just ask the Jews, they obviously are taking it very seriously and for good reason. White men united around a common banner and united in cause will roll over these parasites in a matter of days, erasing decades of them entrenching themselves into positions of power in our society and they are well aware of the potential danger posed to them. This is why they are so frantically trying to flood our countries with the third world. It’s like a race to the finish line and nobody is sure who is going to win and like it or not, by default everyone has to choose a team. You are either with the parasite Jews who want to destroy society or you are with the Nazis and their green frog and swastikas who are the only thing standing between your world as you know it and the abyss. It’s time to get off the sidelines and get in the fight.