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As you may or may not know, idiot 4chan trolls believe they "memed" Donald Trump into the presidency. Like, they think he is president because they made memes about him featuring Pepe The Frog, whom they believe is a modern-day avatar of the Egyptian God Kek. The whole thing is explained here, should you be interested.


On the heels of this "success," the geniuses over on /pol/ have decided to undertake another venture, in hopes that they can meme another one of their dreams into reality.

One of the causes these fine upstanding citizens are most concerned about is "the white birthrate." Mostly because they are racists, but also because they are dateless. Probably because no woman really wants to date a sad loser who spends his life on an anonymous image board posting pictures of frogs and crying about the white birthrate, and how alpha males steal all the women that should rightfully be theirs.

Their new plan? They want to "meme up the white birthrate." They are calling this Operation B.A.B.B.Y., because they are unoriginal and steal from Wonkette. The plan, apparently, is to use images of white families found in places like the site Just Girly Things, and then use those memes to propagandize women into wanting to have white babies. Ostensibly white women who have somehow literally never seen pictures of white families or white babies before, who will go "Oh wow! You mean I could have a white baby if I wanted? And be like these people in this meme? Woah, that is super crazy. I never knew! Guess I'll go find some loser message board dweller to stick it in me so I can make me a baby!" The super cool plan has already spread through the alt-right-o-sphere, including sites like Stormfront and other message boards like the Alt Right subreddit.

What is Operation B.A.B.B.Y?

This operation is about raising up the white birth rates in both Europe and America. Our plan is to make pro-family propaganda and spread it around social media through popular normie pages on Facebook,Twitter,Tumblr and Pinterest. These are meant to target Millennial men and women which will cause them to fall in love and reproduce. How can you join in? You must make something light hearted like this picture related. It can not have anything humorous whatsoever. If you're an MGTOW nerd virgin that screws shit up please don't post.

Another description from another thread states:

This is a normie-tier propaganda campaign intended to promote the traditional nuclear family and help to offset our demographic displacement. Overt racism is beyond the scope of this, make your own thread/propaganda. Race is to be implied by selecting images of families that have people of the same race. We want to increase white birthrates, but also while restoring the traditional family.

Recommended distribution methods are Pinterest and Tumblr. DO NOT USE TROLL ACCOUNTS TO SPREAD THESE. Recommended stylizing is lower case captions with a period (full stop) at the end. Where possible, select images that reinforce the ideal nuclear family.

They do not want this getting out though, because it will ruin all of their plans, so just so you know, it's TOP SECRET. In the way that it is on a message board that literally anyone can see.

Here is one of the suggested memes. Which, in case you are curious, does not in any way make me want to have a white baby. If anything, it mostly makes me think that everyone taking this picture must have been in a very uncomfortable position.

There are two goals at work here. The first one is obvious -- that they are gross racists with an obsession with the 14 words -- "We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children." The second, embedded in almost every post, is a sad desperation for girlfriends for themselves. Which they'd probably have a better time getting if they were not gross racists!

This is for real the most goddamned pathetic thing I have ever heard of in my whole entire life. I don't even know what else to say.

[4Chan]

Robyn Pennacchia

Robyn Pennacchia is a brilliant, fabulously talented and visually stunning angel of a human being, who shrugged off what she is pretty sure would have been a Tony Award-winning career in musical theater in order to write about stuff on the internet. Previously, she was a Senior Staff Writer at Death & Taxes, and Assistant Editor at The Frisky (RIP). Currently, she writes for Wonkette, Friendly Atheist, Quartz and other sites. Follow her on Twitter at @RobynElyse

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