Does anyone realize that there is currently a globalized movement to ban memes?

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by Prison4SideofBeef

The jealous girlfriend meme was recently condemned in Sweden for being sexist.

archive.is/sbBNF

Hillary Clinton gave a famous speech in 2016 where she asked why she wasn’t 50 points ahead and then blamed people who posted Pepe memes for her placement in the polls. Pepe is currently considered a white supremacist racist symbol, even though it never was before Hillary’s speech.

The NPC meme was recently banned on twitter only a week after it hit the mainstream for being “dehumanizing”, and article after article about it has been written in mainstream establishment rags. Other dehumanizing phrases such as calling people “Russian bots” or “nazis” are still allowed on twitter.

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The CIA has a department of memetics that they invest millions of dollars in to every year.

mashable.com/2017/03/07/wikileaks-year-zero-memes/

CNN famously doxed an American citizen who made a meme of Donald Trump wrestling Vince McMahon with a CNN logo imposed over its head.

www.independent.co.uk/news/world-0/us-politics/cnn-blackmail-reddit-hansassholesolo-trump-wrestling-meme-statement-accusations-claims-a7825856.html

People in the UK and EU are being arrested and charged for posting dissident memes. New EU copyright laws are currently being passed that will make it illegal to share memes online if you don’t hold the copyright.

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It seems like all memes that go against the establishment narrative are being targeted and now straight up openly censored.

Why do the elites who rule us seemingly fear memes more than anything else?

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