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They Live - Plandemic.jpg
A meme about COVID-19 which takes from the movie They Live
On the internet, an image plus accompanying text used to make a serious point, often humourously.

A meme, on the Internet, is a (usually simple) text and accompanying image used to convey a message. Often they employ humour or satire.

A meme from 2022 about Volodymyr Zelensky solicitation of donations
A meme highlighting the growing awareness that mask wearing was useless as a means of preventing viral spread, and that COVID-19 was not a random occurrence, but a malevolent structural deep event.


The word was coined by British evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins in his 1976 work The Selfish Gene. He used it to refer to a unit of cultural information spread by imitation, drawing from the Greek word "mimema", meaning "imitated".



Page nameDescription
"Dancing Nurses"One of the most peculiar parts of the COVID-19 propaganda effort saw thousands of nurses dancing in choreographed routines - something that blatantly clashed with one of the other PR-messages, the one of "overwhelmed hospitals".
"Let's Go Brandon!"A euphemismic slogan which arose from a failed corporate media attempt to censor anti-Biden sentiment
He Will Not Divide UsHollywood endorsed "artistic exhibition", set up in opposition to the presidency of Donald Trump. which was trolled. An infamous event in internet history.
Trump Derangement SyndromePerjorative term used to describe irrational psychological "trauma" inflicted from Donald Trump.


An official example

"Dancing Nurses"