March 1, 2017
All those sending me Nazi photoshops: you've simply reopened a subject you thought you were shutting down. Bravo! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 pic.twitter.com/UpOjYcTJvC
— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) February 26, 2017
— Dolan Dark (@DolanDark) February 27, 2017
Huh. Where did she get that idea?
Hey, who’s been leaking all this important, secret information about esoteric Hitlerism? That’s a big no-no.
Our most sacred traditions must remain obscured from the accursed normies!
The first rule of Hitlerist magic: you don’t talk about Hitlerist magic.
I think you know the other rules.
Anyway, this unhinged word-monger, J.K. Rowling, is trying to wage some kind of suicidal crusade against PewDiePie.
She tweeted out a screenshot of a Salon article mentioning how PewDiePie was using ancient esoteric Hitlerist magical summoning rituals.
How are these people even coming up with that stuff?
Ultimately, only those who know Kjellberg personally can comment on the accuracy of that assertion. Even if he’s joking, however, the reality is that many neo-Nazis on the alt-right think Kjellberg’s antics are genuine. In the past few weeks, the Daily Stormer, the internet’s most popular racist blog community, rebranded itself as “the world’s #1 PewDiePie Fansite,” complete with a banner image of Adolf Hitler and the YouTube star.
Some of my better work, tbh.
The Daily Stormer graphic also includes a photo of Ainsley Harriott, a British celebrity chef whose image appeared in a supposedly humorous meme about gassing Jewish people. A photo cutout of Harriott was featured in a January clip that Kjellberg released, in which he satirically attempts to summon the spirit of Hitler after playing the anthem of the German National Socialist Party.
It’s an older meme, but it checks out. Does Salon hire meme historians or something?
Andrew Anglin, Daily Stormer’s creator, has praised Kjellberg profusely for months. He was ecstatic over the Harriott clip:
A guy with 52 million YouTube subscribers is subtly pushing esoteric Hitlerist magic to his base under the guise of humor. This is for real. 2017 and PewDiePie is a leading neo-Nazi white supremacist.
Oh, right. We said that.
It was a good meme.
You know that feel when you troll people so hard that they publicly humiliate themselves?
Needless to say, at this point Rowling is getting roasted pretty badly from all corners of the internet. Her twitter is basically an unrelenting assault from a mix of PewDiePie fans and Nazi Trolls from the Stormer and /pol/.
She chose war indeed. A war she can’t win.
One of the top responses to her tweet.
Her own books feature a lying journalist who makes up libelous stories about the protagonist. I guess she must have forgotten about that.
In 2017, online Nazi trolls are molding the very fabric of reality in our image. We’re basically shifting the rails from a timeline in which everything is gay and we’re getting flooded by Beaners to a timeline in which a troll is president and liberal celebrities are being publicly humiliated on a weekly basis.
It’s a tough job, but somebody’s gotta do it.