Meme Magic is essentially the new version of magic. The principles behind it isn’t new, but it’s taking a new form. The internet is fostering an underground of people fluent in memes who are now shaping the future of the 2016 election in the United States.
It’s truly an exciting time to be alive to witness this happen.
Memes are basically just words and pictures molded together in such a way to implant an a feeling or idea in someone’s mind and influence them. It uses the power of persuasion and visuals combined in such a way to leave an impression in your mind that is powerful.
The Right Has The Most Powerful Magicians
Back in 2014 there was this thing called Arab Spring. It was revolutions in the middle east by people supposedly communicating using facebook and twitter.
One of their weapons was memes and information.
This was promoted in the media at the time as something incredible. How could these leftist revolutionaries figure out web 2.0 and use it for their advantage?
Then 2015 hit and something incredible happened. The right started getting really good at using meme magic to their advantage.
The difference was that the right wasn’t held back by any kind of social constructs, meaning they weren’t scared to say nigger or fag.
The ability of the right to go where no one else would venture, and to be able to go to any length to insult, also meant that they would go to any length for the truth.
Free speech was their weapon of choice, and if you tried to shut them down, they would use agree and amplify.
There was no defeating them.
Twitter is the battleground of ideas
Twitter is a public company that likes to state how they are for free speech. The management of twitter is a collection of leftists who are using the platform to send a specific message they want by blocking any users who feel otherwise.
You can see how this is a conflict.
Not surprisingly, Twitter’s stock is tumbling and there are now calls for the head of Jack Dorsey, the head of twitter, from investors.
That being said, Twitter is undoubtedly the best social media platform for spreading messages and influencing the subconscious of the group.
The reason for this is that Twitter limits your messages to 140 characters. This seems like such a small thing, but the implications are astounding. Limiting all tweets to 140 characters has forced everyone to keep their message short and to the point. Making their message as condensed as possible has led to the message having easier access into the subconscious.
In essence, Twitter has become a magical warfare field of battle in which the top magicians of the age fight with ideas.
Facebook is nothing like Twitter. Go on Facebook and you’ll see people posting long essays on their politics, silly updates on their lives, and using their children as props to show the world how important they are. Compared to Twitter’s short messages, Facebook pales in comparison as a method of injecting ideas into the subconscious.
Twitter’s power as a battleground of ideas hasn’t gone unnoticed by the powers that be. As a result of the right’s magicians using untold power, Twitter has responded by banning certain accounts that are against their worldview.
There are a number of accounts on Twitter whose power was unbelievable only to be banned for a mysterious reason.
Compare this to other accounts that threaten to kill, rape, and rob white people everywhere who haven’t been banned at all, and you can see how there is a problem.
If Twitter was truly about free speech, seemingly benign accounts like Bronze Age Pervert wouldn’t be banned. His only crime was quote tweeting journalists and being accused of having a voice in the white house.
The message can’t be silenced
Twitter is merely a platform to share ideas, those ideas can’t be silenced just because Twitter doesn’t like them.
The cat is out of the bag already with the widespread use of the internet. Now that right wing shitlords have fully harnessed the power of meme magic, there is no going back.
There will always be a method of getting those ideas out into the public consciousness now.
They can’t stop what’s coming.