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Control the Memes, Control the world Theodore 09/23/2021 (Thu) 00:28:20 No. 1 [Reply]
The purpose of this board is to weaponize truth and, thereby, to take the fight to the enemy We are poor, we are weak, and we are few in number - but this does not matter There is power in truth It is not the gun, or the soldier, or the general, the president, or money that decides the course of events - it is the directing cause. The idea that lies at the root of action and gives it purpose Now as never before we have the ability to reach out, learn, and spread the truth as we know it to be - not as it is presented by the moneyed few. We are presented with a state of affairs unique to history, an age of ideological memetic warfare in which the controlling principles of mankind are loosed to spread with no physical barriers. All of the weapons of our enemy lay before us at our disposal, but in this fight we have the advantage - truth, which is anathema to the enemy; this we have and this only we can use. We need not invent twisted new worlds to fit lies, we need only make what is necessary and evident palatable and polished With only our wits and the reach of our computers we can and will change the world; strike down the memes that direct degeneracy and you will strike down degeneracy itself

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Banners and General Propaganda Anonymous 10/25/2021 (Mon) 02:20:28 No. 61 [Reply]
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 images; post music, stories, slogans, books, movies, et cetera - anything that furthers the cause ITT We post our dankest memes Banners must be 100x300.
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>>61 You should immediately get rid of every single mention of Trump the kike lover - traitor to the American People. Otherwise [email protected]

Anonymous 10/25/2021 (Mon) 02:16:26 No. 60 [Reply]
Guys we memed a 'how to' book about memetic warefare into reality, and the funny thing is, apparently it happened over 10 years ago, long before memetic magic was even a meme. What the fuck is going on.
PDF https://libgen.is/book/index.php?md5=94DA8588AB5C2EDFB63BC54D0E217C45 >>60 This is abysmal effort OP. You didn't link the PDF and your image is for fucking ants. I bet you're a mobile poster too you fucking fag.

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dead board Anonymous 10/03/2021 (Sun) 14:46:48 No. 13 [Reply]
dead board
>>13 2 more weeks nigger
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>>13 Rome wasn't built in a day, nigger
>>13 >>72 I just discovered this board. It is not dead.
hello I just wanted to say nigger thank you
>>72 Step by step, meme by meme, inexorably we must proceed.

General Linguistics Thread Anonymous 10/25/2021 (Mon) 02:23:25 No. 63 [Reply]
New thread because the other OP was shit and i didnt want to post in it >>8101 ITT Discuss linguistics and how it relates to memetics, psychology, and cognition. A very good thread on this topic can also be found here >>>/8diamonds/2892 Linguistics is in essence the study of language, a broad topic which also goes into pretty much every area of social science as well as 'brain' sciences and also computer science. Due to the broad nature of linguistics this thread doesnt have any defined topic, but here are things to start off Some discussion starters >Language is to Memetics as Currency is to Economics. Discuss >Is Language just a big Memeplex? Discuss will post more later
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>>85 One of the most powerful tools I've seen our side effectively use is mockery. In relation to the vaccine push, for example, the spread of NPC and soyjack macros as a representation of those brainwashed enough to accept such a gross violation of bodily sovereignty has been successful. Even if some of us find it distasteful, it seems that twisting images associated with compliance into a disgusting caricature is a good way to discourage compliant behavior. We see similar things associated with linguistics. For example, "vaccinated" has a neutral association, while "vaxxed" is clearly negative, and serves to remind the reader of aforementioned caricatures. Why is this, and how can we further harness it? Wouldn't it be useful if an entire counterargument to compliance with ZOG could be reduced to a single mocking phoneme?
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>>89 I agree. Pic related has worked well for me.
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>>89 True, because people operating on a socio-sexual level are quite anxious about anything that might affect their social standing, and they often use mockery themselves to assert social dominance. That's why anon's original memes were so effective in "triggering" them to the point of causing PTSD, even if unintentional. NPC bases its own value on it's relation to other NPC's. In capitalism it's material wealth, in communism it's devotion to the party. Not ideology, not principles, but a symbol of social status/sexual dominance. To fully utilize this group, we would need to develop an other-referential value system where they would recognize our goals as means to assert their socio-sexual dominance. Females do this as well, so the lack of testosterone that an average soyak has won't really be an issue. >For example, "vaccinated" has a neutral association, while "vaxxed" is clearly negative, and serves to remind the reader of aforementioned caricatures "vaxxed" needs to be associated with a certain memetic package for it to be effective. Since vaccination is associated with a certain idea-concept (-getting a dead virus injected to develop immunity-, although it originally referred to cows or something), similar enough words invoke the same concept but your brain, consciously or subconsciously, recognizes an error. This error can be purely linguistic (error in writing), semantic (wrong idea-concept association), or ultimately, error with the idea-concept itself (context). Since such words are intentionally written "erroneously", the first can be excluded, since they refer to the same principle, second can be excluded as well, leaving one's brain to question it's contextual association. If at that point, it learns that what they are doing now is not exactly "vaccination", but experimental gene therapy, or associates it with the malicious intent of the (((elites))), "vaxx" becomes a new referential point. Jews did the same with the word "Nazi", except that it mostly targeted the semantic level, making NPC's to associate National-Socialism with an entirely different idea-concept (an evil, extreme caricature that their propaganda has invented and kept reinforcing as a memetic package). Why kept reinforcing? Because if your memes are based on lies, they need to be constantly refreshed and isolated (mass-censorship) due to natural neural systems' inherent tendency towards the truth (anti-entropy). That's what allowed anons (people with near zero worldly influence) to asymmetrically counter propaganda devised by billion-dollar media corporations, think-tanks, teams of experts, etc. Yes, this was entirely co-opted and mostly neutralized, but only thanks to the control of information channels (including the chans) and censorship.
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>>63 >>>>/8diamonds/ Path of Light rises!
>>89 >One of the most powerful tools I've seen our side effectively use is mockery. Yes. >>91 Nice.

Propaganda Techniques Anonymous 10/25/2021 (Mon) 02:29:11 No. 66 [Reply]
"Good propaganda does not need to lie, indeed it may not lie. It has no reason to fear the truth. It is a mistake to believe that people cannot take the truth. They can. It is only a matter of presenting the truth to people in a way that they will be able to understand. A propaganda that lies proves that it has a bad cause. It cannot be successful in the long run."–Joseph Goebbels https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q-3qwEDyPM
1. NAME CALLING or STEREOTYPING: Giving a person or an idea a bad label by using an easy to remember pejorative name. This is used to make us reject and condemn a person or idea without examining what the label really means. Examples: "Republican", "Tree-Hugger", "Nazi", "Liberal", "Environmentalist", "Special-Interest Group". 2. VIRTUE WORDS or GLITTERING GENERALITY: These words are used to dupe us into accepting and approving of things without examining the evidence carefully. Examples: "Natural", "Democratic", "Sustainable", "Organic", "Scientific", "Healthy", "Ecological". 3. DEIFICATION: This is when an idea is made to appear holy, sacred, or very special and therefore above all law. Any alternative or opposite points of view are thereby given the appearance of treason or blasphemy. Examples: "God-given right to…", "Mother Earth", "Gia". 4. TRANSFER: Transfer is when a symbol that carries respect, authority, sanction, and prestige is used along with and idea or argument to make it look more acceptable. Examples: American Flag, University Seal, Medical Association Symbol (or something that looks like it). This method is also called GUILT- or VIRTUE-BY-ASSOCIATION. 5. TESTIMONIAL: When some respected celebrity (or alternatively someone generally hated) claims that an idea or product is good (or bad). This technique is used to convince us without examining the facts more carefully. 6. PLAIN FOLKS: This is a way that a speaker convinces an audience that an idea is good because they are the same ideas of the vast majority of people like yourself. Examples: "This is the will of the People", "Most Americans…". Another example would be when the speaker tells a story about a family or people that are "just like you" to reinforce the speaker's point of view. 7. BAND WAGON: This common propaganda method is when the speaker tries to convince us to accept their point of view or else we will miss out on something really good. The Band-Wagon technique is often used in advertising. Examples: "This is the wave of the future", "Be the first on your block", "Act Now!". You might ask yourself "What if I was the only one on my block because no one else was interested (duped)?". 8. ARTIFICIAL DICHOTOMY: This is when someone tries to claim there are only two sides to an issue and that both sides must have equal presentation in order to be evaluated. This technique is used to dupe us into believing there is only one way to look at an issue, when in fact there may be many alternative viewpoints or "sides". Like most propaganda techniques it simplifies reality and therefore distorts it, often to the advantage of the speaker. A classic example is the "intelligent design" versus "evolution" controversy, or "You are either with us, or against us". 9. HOT POTATO: This is an inflammatory (often untrue) statement or question used to throw an opponent off guard, or to embarrass them. Examples "Have you stopped beating your spouse", "When will you pay the taxes you owe?" The fact that it may be utterly untrue is irrelevant, because it still brings controversy to the opponent. 10. STALLING or EVADING/IGNORING THE QUESTION : This technique is used to play for more time or to avoid answering a pointed question. Examples: "More research is needed…", "A fact-finding committee is working on this issue…" "I am calling for an investigation on this failure.." When asked about a tax increase possibility a senator replies: "I have always met the obligations I have to those I represent." 11. LEAST-OF-EVILS is used to justify an otherwise unpleasant or unpopular point of view. Example: '"War is hell but appeasement leads to worse disasters". 12. SCAPEGOAT: This often use with Guilt-by-association to deflect scrutiny away from the issues. It transfers blame to one person or group of people without investigating the complexities of the issue. Examples: "Bill Clinton got us into Bosnia", "President Reagan caused the national debt". 13. CAUSE AND EFFECT MISMATCH: This technique confuses the audience about what is really cause and effect. In fact the causes of most phenomena are complex, and it is misleading to say just one of the following: "Tuberculosis is caused by bacteria", "Tuberculosis is caused by un-regulated capitalism that creates poor working conditions", "Tuberculosis is caused by a lack of effective antibiotics".
14. CHERRY PICKING or CARD STACKING or DISTORTION OF DATA or OUT OF CONTEXT: This technique is used to convince the audience by using selected information and not presenting the complete story. Examples: "A study was done that showed eating peanut butter causes liver cancer" (the fact that later the study was later shown to be flawed or funded by the peanut butter haters and therefore suspect, is not revealed). A variation would be "Raising the speed limit to 65 mph resulted in many fewer traffic fatalities". Such statements need to be checked with how many people were driving before and after the change in speed limit. Fewer people may be driving after the speed limit change, even though the fatality rates (deaths per 100,000) may be higher, leading to the overall result of fewer fatalities. 15. WEAK INFERENCE: Weak inference is when a judgment is made with insufficient evidence, or that the conclusion does not necessarily follow from the evidence given. For example: Ducks and geese migrate south for the winter, therefore all waterfowl migrate south for the winter. Or, most rich folks vote republican, therefore most people who vote republican are rich. 16. FAULTY ANALOGY: This is when a comparison is carried to far. Example: "The economy is following the same path as right before the great depression, therefore we will experience a stock market crash soon!" 17. MISUSE OF STATISTICS: Some examples: Average results are reported, but not the amount of variation around the averages. A percent or fraction is presented, but not the sample size as in "9 out of 10 dentists recommend…". Absolute and proportional quantities are mixed as in "3,400 more robberies occurred in our town last year, whereas other cities hand an increase of less than one percent". Graphs are used that, by chopping off part of the scale or using unusual units or no scale, distort the appearance of the result. Results are reported with misleading precision. For example, representing 13 out of 19 students as 68.42105 percent. 18. FEAR: "Of course the people don't want war. But after all, it's the leaders of the country who determine the policy, and it's always a simple matter to drag the people along whether it's a democracy, a fascist dictatorship, or a parliament, or a communist dictatorship. Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked, and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism, and exposing the country to greater danger."
>>68 Niggers are gay and Toxic Aura is a faggot qt

Learning to build god Anonymous 10/25/2021 (Mon) 02:33:39 No. 70 [Reply]
We need to read up on mythology, ethics, and religion to determine what is is that akes a true hero If we learn enough we can create the ultimate leader meme that will draw the public concious toward the light http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_culture_heroes That's a good starting point, I'd highlight the stories of Siegfried and Hercules Also, Iron pill and meme heroes make a good study as well

Co-opting left-wing buzzwords Anonymous 10/25/2021 (Mon) 02:32:12 No. 69 [Reply]
You likely remember when the term "virtue signalling" came into our parlance, a bunch of leftists got pissed because one of their words was taken by people they don't like, and the term was promptly dropped from their vocabulary. Now it's associated with the right wing (or at least people who are critical of the left), and since the left no longer uses this term, that's one less phenomenon they can describe. I believe this can be used to our advantage. The left have an arsenal of terms like this, and they're pretty easy to spot because they have a sort of pseudo-intellectual (for lack of a better word) air around them. If you don't know what I'm talking about and have a high-enough bullshit tolerance, just read Rationalwiki for a few minutes to understand what I mean. I have a few examples of the terms, and they all fall into the theme of "things the left claims that only the right does even though they do this shit just as much if not more": Dogwhistling: Basically means to say one thing and mean something else, usually something more sinister. One of the left's favorite terms, they use it like hell to try to make it seem like their opponents never really say what they mean. Criticizing Mexican drug cartels is a dogwhistle for how you hate all Mexicans. "Elites" is a dogwhistle for the jews and no one literally means the upper classes when they say this, ever. Bashing furfags is a dogwhistle for bashing trannies (because there's a lot of the latter in the former group). You get the idea. It's become a convenient term that lets them redefine and misinterpret whatever their opponents are saying. Because they use it so much, it may be hard to co-opt, but once it is done the results will be well worth the effort. Nutpicking: Based on the word cherrypicking, means to pick out the worst examples of a group and use them to represent the entirety of the group. Granted, we're guilty of this shit ourselves, but we're hardly the biggest offender when they've got comedy news shows, journalists gathering material for their "racists are TOTALLY mad at this new movie/game [so be a good little consumerist and go buy it to spite them ok?]" articles, and internet funnymen trawling through Youtube comments for a straw right-wing comment they and their followers can circlejerk over. It's not a very common word but I've only ever seen it used by them, so if you were to co-opt this quickly enough you'd have another incident like with "virtue signalling". Whataboutism: A favorite word of hardline communists, it's used by them to mean "bringing up something related to my point that I didn't come prepared to argue". Bringing up how socialism has failed in all the countries have tried it (and would therefore fail in the country they're wanting it in) is whataboutism. Criticizing champagne socialists is also whataboutism; you're not supposed to point out how much of a hypocrite someone is for bashing on the rich while being rich enough themselves to afford a multitude of luxuries unnecessary for survival in the modern world. Another advantage to co-opting their terms is caused by the fact that these words are shibboleths. That is, the word is associated with a specific group of people, and when you see a post with that word you think of that group. If it's a group you like, you'll be more inclined to sit down and fully read it, while if it's a group you dislike, you'll keep scrolling or snark at it without fully reading it. When we begin co-opting a word, there will be a short time window where people will see us using the word and still think of the other group instead of us, and therefore be more inclined to read whatever it is we're writing. If the post contains moderate opinions,

THE MEMETIC SINGULARITY IS HERE! Anonymous 10/25/2021 (Mon) 02:22:31 No. 62 [Reply]
My Magnum Opus is complete. 40 days of experimental memetics on 4chan's /x/ for almost every waking hour, culimating in this moment. "Special Blend Six: Cartoon Heroes" has been released today, finishing the Meme Wars trilogy. Meme Wars 1: Memetic Entities: https://vimeo.com/129609470 Meme Wars 2: Cola Wars: https://vimeo.com/218908974 Meme Wars 3: Cartoon Heroes: https://vimeo.com/262025984 Today is the release of Marvel: Infinity Wars. This is no coincidence. Welcome to the memetic singularity: https://www.laetusinpraesens.org/docs00s/singmem.php after 6 years my life's work is complete: http://www.karlremarks.com/2013/04/study-confirms-that-lebanon-is-indeed.html?showComment=1386512604014#c7282132133830477717

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How do we infiltrate the mormons? Perro the sombrero 09/23/2021 (Thu) 00:57:22 No. 2 [Reply]
As showned by an >anime pic, fag it is a fact that mormons have a huge influence in glownigger alphabet agencies. How can we observe , infiltrate and essentially sway them to deter from this otherwise anti-white and anti-nationalist rethoric despite them already being white and christian?
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>>2 Oh we already have, why do you (((lifetime network))) has so many anti-mormon movies? They even compared them to the taliban in one of them, kid you not.
>>24 >>24 Interesting it was just a test though fuck jews

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