Right-wing patriots are often oppressed by the liberal establishment due to laws on free speech, and Orwellian college rules, which silence their ideas. Some Pepe-fans have called themselves Kekistani refugees, or Kekugees.
The High Priest of the Holy British Order of Kek, Luke Nash-Jones, a self-proclaimed Kekistani refugee, claimed the uninhabited government-less Bir Tawil in North Africa to be a new state of Jonesia. In respect of Pepe, he has now declared such the homeland of the Kekistani people. He has made the call for a Kek-follower to establish a home there with a Kekistan flag on the roof to legitimise the statehood.
THEOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF KEKISTAN
God: Pepe the Kek
Prophets: Hans-Herman Hoppe, Sargon of Akkad, Lauren Southern, Raheem Kassam
Honorary God-Emperor: Donald Trump
Prince: Luke Nash-Jones
Defence (Memes) Secretary: Joshua Thomas
Home Secretary: Lewis Kaasikmae
Foreign Secretary: Nick Hurley
Minister for Technology: Victoria Holland
US Ambassador: God-Princess Ivanka Trump
UK Ambassadors: Nigel Farage, Jacob Rees-Mogg
French Ambassador: Marine Le Pen
German Ambassador: Frauke Petry
Hungarian Ambassador: Victor Orban
What is Shadilay?
“Shadilay” is a 1986 disco song by the Italian band P.E.P.E., the name of which resembles Pepe, the mascot of rightwing patriots. It also features an illustration of a green frog holding a magic wand in the album. Therefore, “Shadilay” has been declared to be the National Anthem of the Kekistani people.
There are many prototypes online of the Kekistani flag; here is one which we have accepted:
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