If you need a TL;DR on what the ‘Ugandan Warriors’ meme is,
racist swedish streamer PewDiePie offers a concise analysis of the meme.
In typical leftist fashion, media website Polygon wrote an article about how the meme is 'problematic' without offering explanation for why beyond saying that it "mock[s] Ugandan people and culture".
The writer was correct.
This meme will cause people to think negatively about Ugandans and/or Black people.
But there are other events that will amplify this change in public opinion.
Take A Look At The South African Protest At H&M
Can You Believe They Actually Wore Red T-Shirts?!
They look just like Ugandan Knuckles.
They are literally LARPing as Ugandan Warriors IRL.
If only they were *clicking* instead of *clapping* and *chanting*, this meme would be complete.
But Wait There's More!
Both the Ugandan Knuckles Meme and the South African H&M protest are happening at the same time as MSM is going into full meltdown over Donald Trump's alleged comment, 'Shithole Countries'!
All Together This Is An Inescapable Bombardment Of Racial Awareness
How many politicians will defend the 'Shitholes Countries' meme?
Politicians are taking anti-'Shithole Country' stances without confirmation of Trump saying those words.
They are saying emphatically, "Yes. Those countries are shitholes".
Regardless of intent or how these events came to be, the world is now having a conversation about WHY
Why Are These Countries Shitholes?
As those who were recently red pilled on race will recall, for one to ask the question, "why are the races different?" is to begin one's quest towards the Bell Curve. It is not clear how many normies will convert but any number is a net gain and a victory.
ARN is not sure at this time if a mastermind exists behind the scenes causing these memes to occur simultaneously but our investigative reporters are standing by incase of any increasing developments.