Pepe the Frog
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While originally without political associations, he has become associated with the alt-right, white nationalism, and Donald Trump (while it doesn't mean everyone using or liking this meme is a nationalist). Hillary Clinton's campaign condemned both Donald Trump and his son for posting images of Pepe on Twitter.
Some claim that Pepe the Frog is the incarnation of the ancient Egyptian god Kek (also known as Kuk or Keku), and worship him as such as part of another 4chan in-joke. The connection between Pepe and Kek has been endorsed by the neoreactionary philosopher Nick Land, and by Davis Aurini.
 Take a peep at these Pepes
- ↑ Olivia Nuzzi, How Pepe the Frog Became a Nazi Trump Supporter and Alt-Right Symbol, The Daily Beast, 26 May 2016
- ↑ Elizabeth Chan, Donald Trump, Pepe the frog, and white supremacists: an explainer, Hillary for America, September 12, 2016
- ↑ Anti-Defamation League, Pepe the Frog, Hate on Display™ HATE SYMBOLS DATABASE
- ↑ [http://edition.cnn.com/2016/10/18/us/save-pepe-the-frog-trnd/ #SavePepe: Campaign aims to reclaim Internet frog from hate groups (retrieved November 4, 2016)
- ↑ Useful travel fact — the word "kuk" literally means
rooster"cock" in Swedish.
- ↑ Cult of Kek, Know Your Meme
- ↑ http://www.xenosystems.net/kek/
- ↑ Pepe, Kek, and the Rise of an Elder God