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'Meme' refers to the multi-faceted goddess of the cult of Memeism, formed after an offshoot of an offshoot of Satanist activists, hellbent on anarchy, yet unwilling to abandon the Satanic ideals of knowledge, happiness, satire and the constant drive to be offensive towards the weak, such as the disabled, sexually unable (also known as sufferers of homosexuality or erectile dysfunction) and black people, for maximum comedic effect, this band of misfits decided to scour the Intrawebs and give power to those who least deserved it, leading to their worship of such demigods as:
Spongrob, son of Ovid of the oblong pantaloon, Harambe, who represents the plight of impoverished black people everywhere (racism is a big part of memeist culture; I promise these are their words not mine), Donald Trump, a tangerine who banged a broad at a time when she was semi-attractive, before the semen required for her facial adhesives began to run low in The Donald's testicular glands, and Kek, a frog-god stolen from ancient Egyptian culture, but also a god so ridiculous that Michaelangelo's famous mosaic in the Sixteenth Chapel of Catholicism, entirely dedicated to the cult worship of long dead gods, actually depicts Kek as the reject and the outcast among them:
'Note', postulated the Pope, an esteemed worshipper of dead gods, 'Kek's flaccidity, overshadowed by the great overbearing genitals of the various Egyptian centaurs as they penetrate the sacrificial victims of the ancient times, which is brought to the foreground for increased emphasis.'
'How I envy them', he added.
It is a worrying phenomenon, then, that the Memeism movement continues to pick up members from all around the globe, as it is a known fact that the success of globalising a cult relies entirely on how long it may be allowed to exist; Christianity, for example, the largest cult known to mankind, which even nowadays insists on the regular ingestion of its Messiah, has existed for over 5 years, where Memeism has existed for only three units. What will become of it? That remains to be seen.
The principles of anarchism based on the sardonification, a term coined by Pearce McShake, renowned Memeist, of all that there is in this world lie at the basis of Memeism. We coaxed the following statement out of him before he went into Ironic Hibernation in the forests of post-war Nagasaki:
'Memeism isn't a set of rules, man. It's a way of life. You gotta embrace the meme, you feel my dawg?'
This has induced Memeists all over the world to indulge in the culture of the Doge, which is comprised largely of the practices of dawg-feeling, which involves the companions of the dog psychoanalysing its facial twitches, to produce memes which reflect the eternal struggles of a Doge's innermost consciousness.
We will end with a quote from Virgil, whose hit sitcom, 'The Anus', are based largely off of his controversial Kek-Conservative ideals, which lead to his belief that the Doge culture is a betrayal of traditional Kekism:
'The inner workings of the Doge are too complex to adhere to the simple anarchist ideals of Kek and his personal trainer, Spongrob, son of Ovid of the oblong pantaloon. We cannot allow the Doge, renowned for his lenience towards those who, we are meant to marginalise, particularly the homosexuals (he cited here emails which went to and from a Doge shogun and a black male flaccid-penis'd Zoroastrian cultist prostitute) to continue to gain momentum. And by my hit show, the Anus, I will make certain of that! Praise be Kek! Kek Akbar!'
Whosever side you choose to take, know that the first mass gulag for anti-meme activists practises entirely new forms of torture, such as the exposure to the seven plagues of Kek, or the sardonification of the entire room, or even 20 minute Bible reading sessions interspersed with violent sodomy.
You have been given fair warning, cuck.