Creator of Pepe the Frog Kills Him Off, But Pepe Will Never Die

PEPE MAKING THE WHITE POWER HAND SIGN.

Pepe does not depend upon one person for life. He will rise from from the grave, more powerful than ever.

BBC

Online cartoon character Pepe the Frog appears to have been killed off by its creator in a bid to stop his image being hijacked by far-right groups.

Pepe’s creator Matt Furie over the weekend depicted the frog in a coffin, mourned by other members of his Boy’s Club cartoon strip.
Furie recently complained that “a chilled frog” had become a hate symbol.

Pepe has recently been depicted as Adolf Hitler and as a member of the US white supremacist Ku Klux Klan group.

The alt-right group, a disparate group of right-wingers, has repeatedly shared Pepe re-workings on social media.

The frog made its debut in 2005.

Furie lamented in a recent article for Time magazine that it was a nightmare that his “blissfully stoned… peaceful frog-dude” in Boy’s Club – who enjoyed “a simple life of snacks, soda and pulling his pants all the way down to go pee” – was now being used as a symbol of hate by racists and anti-Semites.

Recent efforts by Furie and Boy’s Club fans to reclaim Pepe were overshadowed by the the alt-right’s movement’s transformation of the character during the US elections last year when it claimed Donald Trump as its presidential candidate of choice.

The movement has been described as an alternative to mainstream conservatism, but its proponents have repeatedly piled abuse at Jewish Americans and portrayed white people as oppressed.

Mr Trump at one point re-tweeted a caricature depicting him as Pepe in October 2015, with the caption “You Can’t Stump the Trump”.

‘Racists and haters’
In September Pepe was added to the Anti-Defamation League’s database of hate symbols alongside other logos including the Swastika and the “Blood Drop Cross” of the Ku Klux Klan.

The anti-bigotry group said “racists and haters” had taken a popular internet meme and “twisted it”.

The frog also made headlines in mid-September when Hillary Clinton said most of Mr Trump’s supporters belonged in a “basket of deplorables”.

Mr Trump’s son Donald Trump Jr then shared an altered version of the movie poster for “The Expendables”, which showed Pepe with his father and other conservatives, labelled “The Deplorables.”

We the people made Pepe the star he is today. His creator is just a guy with a pencil and paper. Pepe will live in the people’s hearts forever.

4 thoughts on “Creator of Pepe the Frog Kills Him Off, But Pepe Will Never Die

  1. “The movement has been described as an alternative to mainstream conservatism, but its proponents have repeatedly piled abuse at Jewish Americans and portrayed white people as oppressed.”

    I for one have told the truth about Jews in all countries and especially Israel. Dual Israeli USA citizens must be about the worst and most dangerous.

    To Jews, truth told about them is always abuse and Anti Seem It Ism.
    I say, if talking like a nigger, “I seen it”.
    Jews say “No you ain’t seen it ism”.

    I wonder why the Pepe guy could not use copyright laws? It might be good to hijack a (((Disney))) character for the same purpose and harm the (((brand))) at the same time. I think Donald Duck was represented as Hitler in one WWII cartoon. How about Micky the Commie Rat, complete with hammer and sickle? Goofy the POTUS?
    Foghorn Leghorn as Trump? That one is (((Warner))) I think.

    • That is some funny play on words, lol:

      …Anti Seem It Ism.
      I say, if talking like a nigger, “I seen it”.
      Jews say “No you ain’t seen it ism”.

  2. If my etymology is correct, the Pepe creator is a jew. Too late jew-boy, the frog is out of the cooking pot and wreaking havoc on precious libtard snow-flakes everywhere.

    • No kidding, that’s perfect, because I just saw this Ben Garrison cartoon & came to drop it off for Saboteur’s article from the other day, lol > > >

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