This is the official online presence of the Sovereign Order of Kekistan – a partially recognised fraternal state based in Central Europe and North Africa. The government of Kekistani made claim to terra nullus between Serbia and Croatia, and also to a former British territory located along the border between Egypt and Sudan. It is ruled by Prince-Bishop Luke and Knight Grand Knight Officers of the Round Table, who administer the fraternal order. Loyal knights are found throughout the world, meming online and protesting on the streets so as to protect Western civilisation.
London residents sign petition to #FreeKekistan from Soros
Recognising other activists’ roles in promoting Kekistan, Prince Luke has acknowledged Big Man Tyrone as the Grand Chancellor (informally, “President”), and Carl Benjamin (Sargon of Akkad) as the Kekistani ambassador to Britain. Martin Costello was appointed Grand Commander of the Inner Circle of the Kekistani Knights, while Based Stickman gladly accepted appointment as Commander of the Columbia branch (the USA).
In ancient times, Eastern Kekistan was Egyptian land, then British, though today neither lays claim, thus in 2015, rightwing activist Luke Nash-Jones did declare himself ruler of the region. The ancient Egyptian faith featured Kek, the “raiser up of the light”, claimed in modern times as “Pepe the Frog”, the mascot of right-wing capitalists. On the 1st of April 2017, Prince Luke called for “Kekistani” meme activists who backed Trump, Brexit, and Le Pen, as well as also Europeans in Zimbabwe and South Africa to move to His land, and thus the homesteading act was passed.
Prince Luke has also laid claim to Marie Byrd Land, a 620,000-square-mile collection of glaciers and rock formations which lies in the western portion of the southernmost continent. Because of its remoteness, no nation has ever claimed it.
Prince Luke Declares the Third Great Meme War, Against CNN
“And the frogs shall come up both on thee, and upon thy people, and upon all thy servants.” – Exodus 8:4.
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