Give me a break, kiddies. I'm seventy. Yes, five days younger than Trump, but he's a special case of high-energy, and he has people working for him who aren't going to let him miss anything important. I"m still trying to figure out how to pronounce "SWPL," or even if I should. Or if anybody should. And what the hell is "NEET"?
So we come to Pepe the Frog. I fully admit I failed to take "cuckservative" and its derivatives seriously enough. I thought it was too vulgar to catch on. But catch it did, because it is simply the perfect word to describe that type typified by Jeb! (Can a type be typified?), and it's already to the point where people are using it without knowing what it's supposed to mean at all.
Yes, Pepe the Frog. I didn't forget. The question is, is he significant or just a distraction? My instincts this time are to go against my instincts and say yes, he's important, because look at the Trump-as-Pepe drawing in the quibcag. Trump's important, ergo Pepe is important.
Anyhow (and here I refer to the upcoming excerpt, unless I decided to reprint the whole thing), I always did take Savitri Devi seriously, and a case can evidently be made for lumping, as opposition to the Zeitgeist, Savitri Devi, Trump, Pepe, Hinduism (in a completely different manifestation from that of Camp of the Saints), and not Buddhism, really, not without understanding it a lot better, anyway.
But right now it would seem that, as they say, Trump "owns" Pepe, so we'd better keep track of Pepe, whether I'm seventy years old or not.
The below, originally called to my attention by Layne Piratess Bailey [link], doesn't prove that Pepe is as significant as Savitri Devi, but it at least suggests the possibility. I'm beginning to think that I have a knee-jerk aversion to Pepe because he's drawn way more crudely than the Baloo half of this team ever draws anything. And, this has got to be irrelevant, but the "kekking" referred to below reminds me of a totally different kind of "kekking" in Loglan, which you might remember if you're one of the eleven people on Earth still interested in Loglan. Who drew the guy with the net? Hm? [link]. Enough blather. This is from Atlantic Centurion: