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  • Anonymous 10:41 pm on March 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    General Warnings and Community Outreach 

    We need to keep a lid on this.

    We do know that a combination of spam, and the fact that everyone was memeing the exact same thing and thus implanting their own repeated desire/intent into the meme helped it become alive like a virus. We need to take this slow and not act on anything yet. This is a time of discovery and restraint. We need to shitpost organically as we have and wait for another one of our memes to pop up for analyzing. Eventually we can create one out of nothing with the purpose of some effect in real life rather than an accident. Discourage anyone from taking this too fast, but rather encourage restraint and patience in this great power. Let’s stop making threads about this stuff on compromised pages and lessen its exposure until we have a greater understanding. I feel we’ll get to a point where we understand it enough that it doesn’t matter who knows about it.

    If you have any other things that you guys think need to be heard before this gets any bigger, now is the time to discuss it. I personally feel our next step is to observe and carry on business as usual until this happens again and we can gather clues. Once we have these clues, we should use them on an already memes, then watch them like in a laboratory.

  • Anonymous 4:21 pm on March 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    False Flags 

    People throughout history has gone through false flags attack. These are fake attacks, that are big, and use to sway the public opinion. The sinking of the Lusitania was one of the most well-known. This was an event that brought the USA into World War One.

    This work, because they stick. They always use the biggest story that fits in the publics mind. The media is always quick to cover the story and use it to push the masses to adopt a desired opinion. This is used to control.

  • Anonymous 1:07 pm on March 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply  


    Disney is very involved when it comes to memeing, yet their main audience is children. They do force thing that they want children to think is normal. Chemtrails and weird sexuality are things they are trying to make the norm    . And with being one of the first forms of the media the audience ever sees, Disney can make great use of anchoring. Anchoring is basically when you base all arguments and judgements on what you heard first, no matter how true that is or not.

    One thing you hear often with is how they are pushing weird sexualities as the new norm for kids. They are always pushing new characters with weird kinks, even though they don’t really need to. Netflix does this too. If you look at the ratio between normal relationships and other, between Disney and IRL, you see they are trying to push something.

  • Anonymous 12:15 pm on March 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Ideas for a Game 

    Let make a game. The idea of the game is to push a meme as far as you can.

    Find something that you can track analytically using some sort of view counter. This could be a web site, or a post. Or what ever you can track views on. See how far you can push it. When I launch my first post I had 10 views. As of March 25, 2020 I’ve been averaging about 100 view per day.

    Try it see. See what you can do. See how far you can push something.

  • Anonymous 12:22 am on March 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Collective Subconscious 

    You can’t force memes.

    Forced memes seem awkward right? Somehow, we just know when a meme is out of place or not, for lack of a better word, “dank”. My theory is this. All memes are manifestations of things that exist in our collective subconscious. When a meme is born, some part of this unconscious is stumbled on, thus triggering an emotional response and contributing to its spread. Large memes can accumulate more information as they move through this space until their size causes them to split into sub memes or implode, rendering them dead. Occasionally a large meme can influence other parts of the collective unconscious, leading individuals to unconsciously act out the meme and thereby bring it to life. Because the collective subconscious is not tied to space or time, but rather is pure information. Memes can have effects across time, even in the past. The way in which one truly creates a meme is not to create one at all.

    Similar to the Taoist concept of Wu Wei, in order to create a meme, you must not attempt to create a meme or you will fail. The memes must flow through you. All of mankind’s gods can be seen as ancient memes. Through their worship they were given power as people meditated on and subjected themselves to the memes. Therefore, faith and ritual were so important to the gods, they could perform miracles if their followers had faith. They could make memes real. Odin/Woden still exists in our unconscious. In fact, his attributes predate his worship as Odin. There have been many spear wielding gods, wind gods, wise gods, and gods which sacrificed themselves only to live again. Odin arose out of these other memes as a separate god meme.

    It’s no simpler or more complex than this singular idea. Chan culture has always been about finding the nuggets, and this is a proper nugget. What happens now is we dissociate the rest of what you said from our thought process because you don’t have a clue what you’re talking about. The rest is spiced-up stoner-level reasoning, and the truth is that the reason memes “manifest” isn’t unconscious at all; we call out comedy memes because it’s funny and because we like to laugh.

    You see, Memes do not come from the soul. They do not come from the collective unconscious. They do not come from trying hard, or its opposite; trying hard to not be such a nose to the grindstone type of guy, but they simply happen as a part of life. Life is a joke, and we react accordingly. That is all the power memes ever needed. Stop taking this so seriously OP, or you’ll kill the mood.

    The overall energy expended and think group behind it are the only impressive things about memes. If it weren’t for these things forcing them there is no meme while there still will be a meme. The meme is only an expenditure of energy and as one holds the power of the energy that’s put into it. I like your thoughts but your fucking over thinking this.

    I forgot to add that a group’s susceptibility to a meme is one of the most important factors to the success of a meme’s propagation. Because of desperation of individuals on the site 4chan to create memes when the concept of “meme” was starting to becoming widespread in the collective consciousness of the Internet, there was so much forced memeing that many people weren’t aware of it, it was quite jarring. Once they were of this forced memeing, they were now a part of a group that provided them exclusive knowledge and awareness to be susceptible to this new meme. Some started to spread ideas about this concept of memes being forced to one another and because the jarring. Forced memeing increased other individuals’ susceptibility to the meme. Then hopefully, they were able to relate to this concept and enthusiastically embraced it. Once the collective consciousness surrounding forced memes began to expand, meta discussions surrounding forced memes arose and increased rapidly, these discussions foster loose connections between people. The natural altruism of the group loosely connected by the awareness “forced meme” concept led to humor surrounding this concept too, resulting in memes like the “Milhouse is a meme” meme and the “Seaking” meme.

    It is worth noting that, with enough shilling any forced meme will soon become a meme because enough people will become aware of it consciously to discuss it and spread it, not necessarily in the way that the meme creator/s intended however.

    Synthesis: Memes are the Silhouettes of Platonic Forms, conforming to them most closely among the shades – these “skillful means” delineate them like a faithful portrait. Forced memes cannot access them and are ineffective/distorted to the extent they can, poorly modeling the Source.

    The efficacy of a weaponized meme lies in the ‘repressed Other’ it manifests within the target.  

    Silhouettes of Platonic Forms, Skillful Memes disclose and unveil the Truth hidden under the weight of mendacity and social taboo. A Skillful Meme embodies the Truth; is its vessel to others, the place where it resides and can remain visible, unobstructed. The efficacy of a meme is tied to its innate Truth, readily seen by all who receive it within their own themselves. Forced Memes and the worldviews they are born from, and point to the False, the Inexistent, the Evil. They are signs without signified. They withhold rather than disclose, misdirect rather than show. When Scott Adams or Nicolas Taleb speak of “word-thinking”, or the distinction between responding to what is said rather than meant, Forced Memes are present. The Forced Meme takes form in a Tautological Sign: Virtue Signaling. There is no necessary relation to anything beyond itself, a tale told by an idiot – to other idiots – signifying nothing. All that is Signified is its creator’s Pride – as distinct from the Anonymity of Meme Creation, and Distribution. The Un-Forced Meme is any that may share a sense for its innate value. Forced Memes are for their Creator’s in-group to impose outwardly, limiting their spread. The Forms Memes Silhouette can be accessed by anyone and are potentially in open sight to anyone; when they are Forced, their range is limited to a network of mutual delusion, and shared perversity. In this, there is a divide: Enlightenment, and Deception. The propensity of Memesters toward the Good is by design and of necessity, as is their opponent’s perfidy: they follow the archetypes of Prometheus and Satan. The Red Pill we offer is not the Apple, but the Sacrament, and the Light.

  • Anonymous 12:01 am on March 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    False Flagging Enemy Memes 

    So, the ability for memes to be forced is not an agreed upon thing, and even if they can be forced, it’s still an incredibly complicated process.  However, killing a potential meme is done unwittingly all the time. A not-yet-established potential meme can be ruined by “forcing.” Could we leverage the fragility of memes in their larval state to neutralize objectionable potential ? Could this backfire via Streisand effect? Or take the fledgling Meme and give it distasteful text.  Text it up really good.

    There is a way I think we can neutralize harmful thoughtforms

    – Draw them poorly and make them stupid and unfunny, though this could backfire as stupid and unfunny seems to be no barrier to memeception.

    – We create a meme hunter, a memetic hassling squad, that goes after false memes.

    You ignore them. Tumblr and reddit tried forcing memes for half a decade and they’ve gone nowhere. Example are those stupid black and white traces of faces with some stupid phrase on them. They were cancer and they died at their infancy.

  • Anonymous 9:44 pm on March 24, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Banners and General Propaganda 

    Make them, post them, discuss them, spread them. This permanent sticky will serve as a repository of effective memes. Don’t restrict yourselves to images; post music, stories, slogans, books, movies, et cetera – anything that furthers the cause

    During the cold war the Americans make a psyop program, to counter the soviet program, and they end up making actual progress. It shows how this type of research can be used for peace, and really dark shit

    Post your dankest memes.

  • Anonymous 12:34 pm on March 24, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Prestige Memeing 

    Can you use meme to help you be success and get laid? Sort of, but not the kind from forums and image boards.  Actually now that I think…most of that stuff would probably hinder it. Anyway this is seen a lot.

    How many people spend money on things they don’t need to impress people who don’t even like them. People want prestige, because it makes everything in life more easy, even getting laid. It doesn’t take a lot of effort, to get a credit card, spend it on shit to look good, and then you go out and show off. Everyone does this to some extent. No one wants to look like trash and be uncomfortable. Just like how in a job interview, we act and dress a certain way.

    Why you think people pay so much for a shirt that says supreme on it, when you can buy a white t-shirt from Walmart, and print out an iron on and look just as cool. It’s because people just want to look cool. When there cool, they have an easier time in the game.

  • Anonymous 11:25 am on March 24, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    How to stop anything. 

    Mathematically Speaking

    The way to prevent something (X) is not by saying “NO X” but by cultivating the opposite of X.

  • Anonymous 9:32 pm on March 23, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Scare Tactics 

    Everyone uses them.

    Such tactics include slander, defamation, threats, getting close to disaffected or minimally committed fellow activists to persuade them (via psychological tactics described above) to turn against the movement and give false testimony against their former compatriots. They will plant illegal substances on the activist and set up an arrest; they will plant false information and set up “exposure,” they will send incriminating letters [emails] in the name of the activist; and more; they will do whatever society will allow.

    The FBI counterintelligence program’s stated purpose: To expose, disrupt, misdirect, discredit, and otherwise neutralize individuals who the FBI categorize as opposed to the National Interests. “National Security” means the FBI’s security from the people ever finding out the vicious things it does in violation of people’s civil liberties. The FBI can use there size and power to basically scare people into follow the law.

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