Memetic Monday: Ambiguous Allegiances

Joe Isolated
Daily Stormer
January 14, 2019

It’s Monday, and I will admit that I didn’t make any New Year’s resolutions.

When I think of personal goals and ways to obtain them, I start doing those things when time permits.

I don’t think to myself: “Yeah, but the wall calendar is not obsolete yet, so I’m going to wait.”

However, this isn’t about me; this is about ol’ Chuck Schumer.

It’s as if the kike had decided, “In 2019, I’m going to crank up the kike level a few notches – even if I have to put my workout aside.”

It’s good to have goals, of course.

As a rule, though: People should not be forced to ask who their elected officials are representing.

Elected officials are increasingly representing people who did not elect them.

People are noticing, and reactions are intensifying.

As a burgeoning number of these so-called “leaders” appear, things get crazy and escalate quickly.

In the digital age, the symptoms can be summarized through circles with smiles and shades.

That last image – a representation of the infamous Orange Man is particularly relevant at this time:

He’s done it again.

I’m not going to post the myriad of outraged responses written by literally shaking hands.

You’ll find them; they’ll find you.

My own reaction, though?

Here are a couple of equivalents:

Enough narrative, though.

This isn’t a seminar.

This is Monday.

Let’s unbox this.

The unboxing of this Monday’s meme collection has concluded.

Have a good week, frens.

Thanks again to the BBS Bros for your contributions.

Catch you next Monday.