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Know Your Duke for Senate Meme, Part One, Two, Three and to the Four …

Dr. Duke’s Twitter game began inauspiciously with a series of super-lame memes almost cuckservative in their total lack of imagination. Committed volunteers, however, would rush to block the breach and would produce their own assortment of much livelier images for the Duke campaign – on a strictly unofficial basis, of course, and whether the Duke campaign itself had use for these or not.


So apparently one of the talking M&Ms from the television commercials got both of its legs and one of its arms chopped off at some fancy white-glove affair and is pissed off at the Louisiana Republican Party for some reason. Mr. Peanut, one assumes, had a scheduling conflict and the only talent the agency could dig up on such short notice was a disgruntled amputee piece of candy rocking an Elvis Presley sneer.


Okay, slight improvement … Duke is looking good and ready to get down to business, and the sour-faced old codger fumbling with a sticker or something appears to be capable of severely scolding the competition … and the groovy “S” in the pirate lettering sort of looks like a moping worm or a snake or something, I guess, which is cool.


Okay, no disrespect to Dr. Duke and his campaign team, but … seriously, what the fuck is this? George Washington might have been a great man, but nobody wants to see his creepy face on a Twitter timeline. Secondly, how many Twitter addicts even know what the word “impostures” means? This meme might as well have been ripped straight out of the Mark Levin Guide to How to Make Politics as Boring as Bagels.


This one demonstrates that David Duke has a sense of humor and can have a laugh at the fact that so much of his candidacy’s support has tended to “fly under the radar”, producing what is known as the “Duke Effect”: he comes in roughly twice as popular as the polling would indicate because voters are hesitant to admit they support him. The slogan refers to Duke’s advocacy for police officers as well as his commitment to the freedom of expression that so many are too scared to exercise in public.


Nothing wrong with this picture: Duke identifies his campaign and his message with the beauty of nature, of western women and western civilization. More eye-catching and photogenic than George Washington any day.


Part of the first wave of do-it-yourself shitlord David Duke memes, this one decorates the candidate with the classic “deal with it” shades. The skull-head freak in the background is funny, but probably not the best association for his campaign. An infectiously mirthful meme in any case.


One of the earliest Duke for Senate memes was also one of the weirdest. David Duke ice cream? Eat up, kids!


It was inevitable that Pepe the Frog of 4chan infamy, cartoon folk hero and shitlord star of thousands of memes in the alternative media, would hop on the campaign hate bus with Duke. This may have been the first image to link the two.


Another Pepe the Frog Duke meme. The tiny, cocktail-umbrella-sized flag is an odd but interesting choice. The simplicity of the imagery and the basic color palette make this an unremarkable but effective piece of marketing.


Pepe is smaller and less obtrusive, more like Duke’s sidekick in this meme, which recalls the candidate’s appearance on The Alex Jones Show to discuss the history of Jewish wrongdoing and hostility to Europeans. The message takes priority over the lulz, with pocket-sized Pepe lurking in the corner, smirking at the thought of the butthurt Jews.


This one speaks pretty well for itself. Blue skies, classical architecture, Aryan looks, and a smile.


This admittedly silly meme was designed to capitalize on the viral #PokemonGO hashtag.

Cruisin with Duke

This weird one, sometimes accompanied by the #CruisinWithDuke hashtag, is a riff on the notorious “Laughing Tom Cruise” meme and serves as the ultimate “You mad bro?” to throw in the faces of Twitter haters.


One of the earliest MemeGenerator images to be associated with the Duke for Senate campaign, this variation on the famous moment from The Matrix cuts to the heart of the irrational idiocy and hypocrisy of the candidate’s detractors.


The meme for Duke supporters who inevitably find themselves confronted with charges of “racism”. A variation on “One does not simply walk into Mordor.


Duke’s record of anti-war advocacy is unassailable – an aspect of his platform which understandably receives little or no publicity.


Too late, babe. Ha – got you!


Still trying to confirm this. Tweeter discretion is advised.


Inspired by a famous clip of Tupac being rather rambunctious (“Have a good summer, beyatch!“), this surprisingly inclusive meme energizes the black vote and shows the lengths to which black Duke supporters will go to defend the honor of their favorite post-postracial candidate. Brothas be out there spittin’ on anti-racists and shit.


The senatorial candidate formerly known as Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard David Duke in a still from the motion picture Purple Racist.


Artwork typical of the Trumpenfuhrer’s fan base, heroicizing the candidate as a glamorous mushroom cloud survivor and superhuman villainy-vaporizer inspired by the Duke Nukem video game series.


Another Duke Nukem variation, this one illustrating the maverick Republican candidate’s ease with modern mutant disposal techniques.


The Dank One, one of the premier meme-generators for Duke on Twitter, situates Louisiana’s aspiring senator on a perilous, lightning-scorched battlefield representative of the elemental forces arrayed against him. Significantly, Duke remains unafraid of the challenge, the flaps of his red headband fluttering elegantly in the winds of war and the electrical storm of negative mainstream media coverage.


Just a reminder that Ricky Vaughn, so gung-ho for Bibi’s buddy Trump, remains AWOL on the overtly identitarian Duke campaign.


“One, two, three and to the four. Pepe Froggy Frogg and Dr. Duke is at your door. Ready to make an entrance, so back on up, ’cause you know we’re ’bout to wake whites up.” This Aryan Skynet original riffs on Dr. Dre’s gangsta rap opus The Chronic, incorporating both a streetwise dope-smoking shitlord Pepe and notorious Trayvon Martin acquaintance Rachel “Creepy-Ass Cracka” Jeantel.


A Cracka sequel meme reflecting frustration with the reluctance of the Alt-Right’s leadership to embrace and promote Duke’s bid for the Senate. Spencer would post a Radix interview with Dr. Duke the day after this bad boy was tweeted.


So just chill … till the next episode.

Rainer Chlodwig von Kook



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13 comments on “Know Your Duke for Senate Meme, Part One, Two, Three and to the Four …

  1. icareviews
    August 6, 2016

    Reblogged this on icareviews.


  2. Hipster Racist
    August 6, 2016

    I would think that Duke’s career would serve as an object lesson to would-be white activists.

    He started out as the worst sort of Costume Clown, dressing up in an outfit at college, presumably inspired by George Lincoln Rockwell. Did that gain him anything positive? No.

    Then, he formed a neo-Klan group, albeit traded the robes for suits early on. Did that gain him anything? No.

    Then, he decided to stop trying to resurrect the ghosts of the past and simply ran as a regular White Southern man. The message didn’t change – only the presentation.

    What happened? He achieved his greatest successes ever. He actually won a local seat, made a credible showing in a state-wide race, and the government had to actually step in and make him a political prisoner on Trumped-up charges (charges the usual Clown Show seems determined to echo, just like they do against NPI.)

    What was his fatal weakness, the one thing that really prevented him from taking it all the way? His early costume clown activism – he was never able to live it down, and it was useful because the charges were, more or less, true.

    The object lesson would seem to be – skip the Clown Act, skip joining the historical reenactment societies, and just be a White man. Don’t compromise on the message – just meet people where they are.

    Duke belongs to an earlier generation, and I could show his youtube videos to my old aunt or one of my grandparents and it wouldn’t phase them in the slightest. They would be scandalized by anything similar to nutjobs chanting on the streets, or uniforms, or harsh rhetorical about “rope culture.” But Duke’s moderate tone – even though the message in on point – attracts people, not repels them.

    It seems so obvious to me – and since I’m just of average intelligence, it makes me wonder why people who are obviously as intelligent as I am don’t seem to get the message but instead want to repeat the mistakes of the past.

    One can only assume they are interested in a negative outcome, not victory.

    Is there any other plausible explanation?

    Liked by 2 people

    • guest
      August 7, 2016

      It’s definitely the KKK thing, people dismiss him outright because of it, hell, you can’t find a headline about Duke in the MSM without Ex-KKK or Former Klan Leader in it. If they would at least used the cooler than Shaft border patrol picture in those articles, but no!

      And i agree, our credo should be normalcy, it’s even good memetically, if you identify as normal, over White or European, because of the dog whistle effect it has on degenerates, it triggers them yet truly normals think nothing of it.

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      • Hipster Racist
        August 7, 2016


        So, let’s consider something.

        What do we make of internet sites like “” – and the internet handles who promote them?

        Their avatars are lynching nooses and their rhetoric, while not openly calling for illegal activities, is very much right on the edge, just enough to avoid legal consequences.

        Now, I would ask – who is the audience, and what are they hoping to accomplish?

        Personally, I can’t stand the 4chan/DS type “humor” but even the comic with Trump dressed like an SS sticking someone in a gas chamber … it’s obviously tongue-in-cheek. It’s over the top, meant to mock the idea that “Trump is Hitler” or that the “Holocaust” is off limits to joke about. It also, from what I can tell, developed somewhat organically.

        But what about “” – or say, the Tard Youth network’s “Lynch Zionism” signs, complete with an image of someone being lynched? There’s no humor there, there’s no cleverness, there is no tongue-in-cheek reference to some ridiculous taboo.

        So, what is the purpose of these things?

        There is a frequent commenter on some of the sites whose contributions are pretty much limited to coming up with new racial slurs. “Nigger” is passe, but she’s not funny enough to coin something like “dindu” – so it is “shitskin.” Get it? Brown skin, feces is brown, shitskin. Then of course, “kikes = vermin” “mud people,” etc.

        Who does that appeal to? I can say it doesn’t appeal to me at all. I’m not in the slightest bit interested in insulting people because of their race – certainly, neither are 90% of white people.

        Our purpose is to get white people to realize it’s ok to act in our own self-interests. Our purpose is NOT to circle-jerk telling “naughty” racist jokes online – nor is it to provide an outlet to express our hostility and rage at the world and the racial situation.

        So – again – what is the purpose of this behavior? To whom are they supposedly appealing?

        Insults, costumes, and detailed fantasies of violence – why does it seem so scripted? Like something out of a Hollywood expose on “white supremacists and neo-nazis?”

        Am I really the only one to see this?

        Even if these people are 100% sincere – good god, wouldn’t you refuse to associate with them anyway? There are mentally ill people – and just plain losers – among every group. Doesn’t mean we should associate with them.

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  4. kerberos616
    August 6, 2016

    Reblogged this on Kerberos616.


  5. bob saffron
    August 6, 2016

    Jim Traficant’s career took a similar trajectory but he didn’t have the burden of KKK or Nazi affiliation.


  6. bob saffron
    August 6, 2016

    Duke should avoid driving farm tractors until the elections.


  7. guest
    August 7, 2016

    Speaking of, free on archive org, Dukes:

    My Awakening EBOOK
    My Awakening AUDIO BOOK


    Jewish Supremacism EBOOK
    Jewish Supremacism AUDIO BOOK

    Audio books narated by the man himself!


  8. BMan
    August 7, 2016

    I am of the opinion that ALL state wide and federal elections are shams. Duke has a long, tired history of dabbling in politics and I hope him well in his endeavors. At least he says some of the things that need to be said.

    Personally, I like Rick Tyler better (if we are talking white, southern candidates). Some of the same baggage, but I consider Tyler a much better orator.


  9. smartwhiteguy
    August 7, 2016

    Reblogged this on murderbymedia3 and commented:
    Here’s shum wacky shtuff…

    Liked by 1 person

  10. TheZOG
    August 21, 2016

    David Duke looks creepy as hell. I guess that’s what happens when you have too much plastic surgery done to yourself.


    • Hipster Racist
      August 21, 2016

      Come on, Zogowitz, you’re not even trying anymore.

      Why do you hate white people?


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