Pepe the Frog is an internet meme, it started out life as a cartoon image of a frog, someone posted it somehow, somewhere on 4chan and shit just blew up. 755 more words
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This being the first post on Fearless Freedom, it seems appropriate to begin with an article which serves as a well researched and documented history of the Zionist spy agency, The Anti-Defamation League. 5,945 more words
The Anti-Defamation League recently declared that Pepe the Frog is a hate symbol.
Although the ADL wasn’t the first to make this claim, since Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign has an entire page dedicated to Pepe memes, it was the first major organization to officially declare the meme a hate symbol. 314 more words
In a recent episode of Red Ice Radio, host Henrik Palmgren interviewed retired alt-right psychology professor Kevin MacDonald about the latter’s recent Reddit AMA session, in which he was asked for his thoughts of “Pepe the Frog” as a white nationalist symbol. 332 more words
Over twenty years ago, I wrote a review on William F. Buckley Jr’s book, “In Search of Anti-Semitism”. The late Mr. Buckley analyzed instances of anti-Semitic language perpetrated by both conservatives and liberals. 916 more words
There’s a public outcry in the international community over the recent remarks of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte comparing himself to Germany’s Adolf Hitler, who ordered the massacre of millions of Jews during the Holocaust, and further saying that he would be “happy to slaughter” three million people involved in the drug trade in his country. 494 more words