If anyone wants to see the power of imagery and words in action, one only has to go as far as looking at the great CNN meme war that has just recently taken place over the last 3 months or so.
If anyone is unaware of what the meme war is about, essentially someone created a short post on You Tube of Donald Trump wrestling another person who had a CNN logo that replaced their head.
Then CNN went after the creator of the content
Then it all backfired on CNN, with there now literally being hundreds of memes about them
Whereas if they had left it alone, had a laugh about it themselves, it wouldn’t have even made traction, but instead through CNN’s own actions it just keeps growing and growing.
Mark Dice recently did one, that got put into private rather than public viewing on you tube
This Is CNN
And now it keeps snowballing with more and more people keep commenting
The world has changed and the established media outlets can’t keep up, and they won’t because they require puppets to be fronting their show pushing the establishment agenda which more and more people are seeing through.
Pepe, Kekistan and Normies
If one wants to watch highly creative people and have a good laugh at the same time, one can currently do no better than watch the meme war against CNN.
Watching CNN respond in the meme war is like watching a punch drunk boxer