March 10, 2017
So remember earlier this week when President Trump crashed a kids’ tour of the White House and brought joy to our children?
Remember he pulled one of the kids out of the crowd and had him come up and stand with him?
Well, as it turns out, that kid did the hand symbol of Kek, thereby calling down meme protection on the White House and on our Frog Lord’s holy prophet Donald Trump.
This is something which happened.
Note here that this hand gesture is extremely specific. It is not a normal “A-OK” hand gesture, where the pinky, ring and middle fingers are spread out. The index finger and thumb are also touching on their tips, rather than the index finger curled inside of the thumb.
So, which is more likely, statistically speaking?
- That the random kid who randomly got to stand with the President on a random encounter happened to be a praiser of Kek, or
- That the random who randomly go to stand with the President on a random encounter accidentally happened to make a very specific hand gesture only known to followers of kek?
The answer is that neither of those things is very damned likely, according to statistical probability.
In fact, either thing is statistically impossible.
Meaning the only possibility here is that this is an example of Carl Jung’s synchronicity – seemingly acausal factors culminating to create an event based on its meaning. But it is not really acausal – it merely appears that way to the non-believer. It is our spiritual energies, channeled through the internet, that caused this event to manifest.
It is meme magic.
If this doesn’t make you a believer, nothing will.