On The Groyper Question

Submitted by the Antigroyper The history of online subculture has been an exhaustive story. The internet and “meme economy” allows people to exploit asymmetries in entertainment, culture and information sharing by bypassing traditional market models. Everyone that has researched online subculture knows the saga that is “Pepe the frog” the frog comic character created by…

Teaching Meme-Fu To The Chinese

Submitted by Bodhi Bronson Despite being a nominally communist country, China is not very left-wing. Their cities, like Beijing, Shanghai, and Shenzhen, are more capitalist, business-friendly, and money-obsessed than New York or London. Their popular media largely lacks profanity, pornography, and degenerate behavior of the sort that is promoted and celebrated in Western media, preferring…

The Creeping Danger of Memetically Stochastic Assassinations

The looming feeling in America is that conflict is coming. Social and political conflict is ever present. What matters is the level, frequency and whether conflict is physical or philosophical. America’s progressive ideology has allowed the elite to politicize everything, creating fault lines where none should exist. The next step is creating targeted violence with…