Exodus Viewed from the Alt-Right


Were the plagues truly meant to bring Pharaoh to heel? Do you believe the unreliable Hebrew narrators of the Torah? Or were they instead a manifestation of chaos, originating on the Nile, meant to drive the Hebrews out of Egypt? Results matter. The result was the Hebrew exodus from Egypt. Kek: 1. YHWH: 0

Post-ironic meme dharma centered on frog iconography and the reverence of an ancient Egyptian pagan god of primordial chaos is one of the most important developments of 2016 (and of a uniquely syncretic and post-postmodern Alt-Right spirituality). Esoteric Kekism, a religion of peace but more importantly a religion of resistance to the managerial world order, means seeing to change the world through a mischievous, magickal, and at times malicious paradigm. We desire great change, but individually we do not have the power to affect it. It is only through the amplification of meme magick and through the sigils and icons that the power of collectively-held ambitions and grand visions can be channeled for the good of our people and the spread of our ideas. Give me control of a nation’s memes and I care not who makes its laws; that is the essence of metapolitics and thus the essence of achieving societal transformation.

Just as the nationalist must rethink and relearn much of what he once thought he knew, the Esoteric Kekist faces a similar problem when approaching the corpus of humanity’s knowledge and experiences. The rationalism (and self-defeating universalism) of the “Enlightenment” gives way to a new Romanticism and to belief in higher powers and causes than one’s own immediate gratification and the expansion of his material and financial assets. In a world where not the value added but what people value is being debated, everything is thrown asunder. Heroes become villains. Villains become heroes. What was taken for granted as good becomes understood as cursed. What seemed like a blight on civilization becomes its redemption.

In Genesis, when Joseph was sold as a slave into Egypt and rose to become the pharaoh’s court magician (and second most powerful man in the land), he ultimately brought the Hebrews with him. The traditional narrative is that they became a race of slaves to the Egyptians, so then their god Yahweh sent Moses to deliver them from slavery and led them to their “promised land” in Canaan. Through miraculous demonstrations of Yahweh’s power and protection in Egypt, the Hebrews were brought together into a single tribe and the Egyptians compelled to release them from their bonds.

But that is merely the winners’ narrative of what happened. What if Joseph and his people were in fact the plague in the first place? The Hebrews were known for being a folkwandering people—in this particular episode they were a foreign horde descending upon a sprawling empire’s doorstep, taking advantage of it by worming their way into its administration and using that power to serve their factional interest at the net expense of the natives. What if they were the ones imposing their own order on Egypt, instead of being ordered by the Egyptians?

What if then the biblical plagues, rather than the wrath of Yahweh, were in fact the chaos of Egypt’s Kek, meant to drive the Hebrews from the country? Nothing is more destructive of an imposed order than supernatural disaster(s). The frogs, locusts, diseases, and other plagues upon the land could be taken as a completely opposite sign of what the Hebrews committed themselves to remembering. Not punishment, but something else entirely.

A country which has been ruined cannot support parasites. It can be regrown if the roots of its people have survived, but those without roots can play no part in its revitalization. They are forced to leave, because without produce there is nothing to plunder. We must remember that by invoking chaos, we are not saving ourselves. We seek an opportunity for changing a stagnating, if not regressive, order. Kek is not the champion of stability and golden ages but he who dwells in primordial darkness. Darkness engulfs and breaks down organization, but darkness only blinds the unprepared. Those who have not made preparations to last through the night until the dawn will not see the morning light when the great sun disc returns. And so plagues, as a ritual form of cleansing and a sacred destruction stage in the cycle of creation and re-creation, are a means of ousting the unprepared and parasitic. They are a painful trial that serves to prevent the ship of state from rotting at anchor and dissolving into the harbor.


And so Kek, who drove the original Hebrews from Egypt by rendering their host inhospitable, returns with a vengeance to a world where the same sort of managerial order seeks to impose itself. Chaos returns to overturn the venomously corrosive hierarchy. The plagues were not about punishment but part of that great cycle of human history, that of creation and re-creation. To create is to destroy; one cannot exist without the other. One cannot build a tower without demolishing what was there first. Plagues bring great destruction—but also great cleansing—and therefore allow for new creation.

In 2016, the United States witnessed a plague of frogs. The prominence of Pepe (an icon of Kek) throughout the election can be taken as a sign of divine Providence. Those who took up the sign which had been revealed to them, like the Roman emperor Constantine, found victory in battle. Those who had spurned it were vanquished. While President Trump embraced the sign of Kek by retweeting an image of himself as Pepe and thereby achieved the 270 get, Hillary Clinton rejected it by condemning the avatar of Kek on her own campaign website and mobilizing the press against Pepe. Kek appeared to Trump through Pepe just as the Christian God appeared to Constantine through the Chi Ro. By taking up his sign, Trump was granted power over his enemies.


The plague of frogs has certainly made the land of the United States less hospitable to its parasites. “America First” is antithetical to the Hebrews, while President Trump’s calls to expel illegal settlers and seal off the border also render the country hostile to further exploitation at their hands.

The Jewish press makes no attempt to hide their hatred for President Trump; truly then he is a “plague” upon their house. If America is such a horrible racist and anti-semitic country, perhaps it is time for an exodus? Surely you’ve been through worse—you never hesitate to remind us—but why take chances? The promised land calls the children of Israel home. Are you really going to “fight” Trump by doing everything populists accuse (((the elite))) of doing in the first place? Not a good plan. Chaos tends to win, and the chaos candidate has won. The god of primordial darkness has sent his sign.

At the same time, Time magazine calls President Trump the leader of the “Divided States of America.” Hysteria engulfs the country as leftists and people of color demonstrate against the idea of having a national populist for president, making the case for partition. Nationalism for some and diversity for others would mean disorder it is true; but would be an act of creation as much as an act of destruction. That the American Empire may become a thing of the history books is perhaps the most chaotic writing on the wall of all. And it might have been set in motion by a plague of frogs, brought forth by the chaos god himself.

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16 Responses to Exodus Viewed from the Alt-Right

  1. Quintus says:

    This is quite a stimulating piece.
    I would suppose that 99.9% of those reading AC or TRS or DS think Kek is a cute meme.
    But I have to admit that what SEEMED to me IMPOSSIBLE, not just the Trump victory, but the revelations of @Pizzagate, and so many other things going on, appears to be, truly,MIRACULOUS.

    Not only is the universe stranger than we imagine, it is stranger than we CAN imagine.
    – Sir Arthur Eddington

    What if Pepe, KEK, is a creation…by that I mean, whoever, has called Him into existence…
    I know this sounds quite insane to the average person, but don’t, for a moment, think the (((TRIBE))) doesn’t do similar. They have been rather successful, one must admit.

    LM provokes thought, and Kek should not be disregarded as a mere cartoon character.
    If he ever was, He is not now.


    • Denise says:

      “Magic” is REAL. Magic is the same thing as prayer. It’s all about focusing the will, and directing energy. Jews swiped Aryan magic – ancient esoterica – eon ago. We must regain our magic.

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      • Pseudo-chrysostom says:

        Where a Magician encounters a hillock, he raises it up into a Mountain.

        Where he encounters a trench, he digs it down into a Valley.

        Where he encounters a fence, he builds it into a Great Wall.

        The Magician percepts the contours of being, the tendencies, things of greater and lesser inevitability, and *intensifies* them.

        He percepts the Powers at motion in creation, and channels them, embodies them, *calls them into being*.

        Acting in accord with divine will grants divine power to actions.



  2. Steel T Post says:

    While it is said, To day if ye will hear Pepe voice, harden not your hearts, as in the Jew’s provocation. For some, when they had heard, did provoke: howbeit not all that came out of Egypt by Moses. But with whom was Pepe grieved forty years? was it not with Hebes that had sinned, whose carcases fell in the wilderness? And to whom sware he that they should not stay within Kek’s rest, but to them that believed not? So we see that they could not remain because of their Culture of Critique.

    For ye are not come unto the Tower that might be touched, and that churned with memes, nor unto dankness, and deplorableness, and tempest, And the sound of Trump’s Tweets, and the voice of words; which voice they that heard intreated that the word should not be spoken to them any more: (For they could not endure that which was commanded, And if so much as a beast touch the Tower, it shall be shot, or thrust through with a Taser dart: And so terrible was the sight, that (((Moses))) said, I exceedingly fear and quake:) But ye are come unto Trump Tower, and unto the Tower of the God Emperor, the alpha President-Elect, and to an innumerable company of blonde angels, To the general assembly and church of the Pepe, which are written in America, and to Kek the Judge of all, and to the spirits of just men made perfect, And to Pepe the mediator of the new covenant, and to the sprinkling of memes, that speaketh better things than that of the Media. See that ye refuse not him that speaketh. For if they escaped not who refused Pepe that spake on earth, much more shall not we escape, if we turn away from him that speaketh from the Trump Tower:

    (Hebrews 3:15-19, 12:18-25, Authorized KEK Version)

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  3. Denise says:

    Hail Lord Murray, Earthly Avatar of Mighty Lord Kek!


  4. King George III says:

    How dumb.


  5. I doubt that they were ever even in Egypt. For example, how is it that the Israeli tribesmen never saw the pyramids?

    This Egyptian guy wrote an interesting book about it.



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  7. Sam J. says:

    “…plague of frogs…”, “Pepe”…very good I never equated it to the Jews. Notice when the Jews left Egypt as so called “slaves” they, “Exodus 12
    35And the children of Israel did according to the word of Moses; and they borrowed of the Egyptians jewels of silver, and jewels of gold, and raiment: 36And the LORD gave the people favour in the sight of the Egyptians, so that they lent unto them such things as they required. And they spoiled the Egyptians.”

    Here’s a meme for you. There’s one idea that describes the Jews perfectly. It describes their parasitism, their, lying, their chameleon like behavior, their sense of superiority and belief that they are different from everyone else. There’s a simple explanation for why the Jews are hated so much that also explains their behavior and success. The Jews are a tribe of psychopaths. No all, maybe not even the majority, but a large number. All of the Jews ancient writings are nothing more than a manual for psychopaths to live by. The Talmud is nothing but one psychopathic thought after another. The Talmud “great enlightenment” basically says that everyone not Jewish is there to serve Jews. All their property is really the Jews. No one is really human unless they’re Jews and their lives don’t matter. A psychopathic religion for a psychopathic people.

    They’ve been thrown out of every single country that they’ve been to in any numbers. Psychopaths having no empathy themselves can only go by the feedback they get from the people they are exploiting. So they push and push to see what they can get away with. The normal people build up resentment towards them. Thinking “surely they will reform or repent” like a normal person who does wrong. Of course the Jews do not. They don’t have the mental process for reform. Then in a huge mass outpouring of hate for the Jews, fed up with the refusal to reform their behavior, they attack and/or deport them. In this stage of the cycle the Big/Rich Jews escape and the little Jews are attacked.

    Start over.

    Even if it’s wrong if you assume the Jews are a tribe of psychopaths you will never be surprised and Jew’s behavior will make sense.

    In order to predict Jews behavior read the great book on Psychopaths by Hervey Cleckley, “The Mask of Sanity”. Here’s a chapter you should read. It’s about the psychopath Stanley. Who does all kinds of manic bullshit and spends all his time feeding people the most outrageous lies. Look at the astounding array of things he’s able to get away with. Maybe it will remind you of a certain tribe. New meme. “They’re pulling a Stanley”. The whole book is on the web and worth reading.



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  10. Ructions says:

    Enjoyed this piece last month, but since then an Andrew Joyce article appeared over on TOO that dovetails nicely with it, to the extent it lends some support to your assertion we’ve possibly been told the story from one self serving angle. (I realize your overall post is different in intent. Like I said: lends a little support.) Here’s the post if anyone’s interested:



  11. Steel T Post says:

    Christcucks incoming! 😉 My youtube comment:

    “Still kissing Jew ass, Sean? Ever wonder why everybody, including the Egyptians, kick out the Jews? “Exodus Viewed from the Alt-Right” [with reference to this page]


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