September 27, 2019
Vatican raid, when?
— ƿ૯ωძɿ૯ƿɿ૯ (@pewdiepie) September 26, 2019
It was about time someone stepped up and called the Inquisition to arms.
Although the Area 51 break-in was eventually shown to hardly be achievable following warnings from security services, the buzz shows no signs of dying away, with YouYouber PewDiePie referring to the failed event as “an absolute win”. On top of this, he apparently knows how to give the hype additional steam.
Top YouTuber Felix Kjellberg, aka PewDiePie or Pewds for short, having been inspired by the massive Area 51 online flashmob craze, has proposed what he sees as a viable location for the next sweeping event – and however surprising it may seem, the area is Vatican City.
PewDiePie is pointing people towards what really matters.
Ayy lmaos in Area 51? How about Vatican Secret Archives? Are we going to let the homosexual satanic cabal that currently controls the church also control the knowledge that the real church accumulated before the takeover?
Jews killed Jesus – so why is the “Pope” hanging with them?
Our history is at risk.
When the adventure to storm Area 51 didn’t quite go as planned, with just a handful people present rushing to take pictures with the guards instead of storming the Nevada military base, which is assumed by many conspiracy theorists to shelter extra-terrestrials, the Swedish vlogger managed to cash in on this fact. He speculated in one of his latest “Meme Reviews” that the failure is, quite the opposite, an “absolute win”, given the mass of laughable memes and jokes flooding the Internet, putting a smile on thousands of faces.
To keep the media sensation alive, Pewds went on to follow up on his video on Twitter, asking his 18.8 million followers when they would set out on a journey to the Vatican, spawning a wealth of responses, with many sharing their own wild ideas.
18.8 million Twitter followers.
That should be enough to fix this mess where the “Pope” is actually the anti-Pope.
And the church is upside down.
The solution, of course, is a crusade against heresy.
The Inquisition is coming, and it’s 18.8 million strong.