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K-On! Fans Are Racist

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K-On! Fans Are Racist is a fandom generalization meme semi-ironically stating that fans of the slice-of-life anime series K-On!, and often other slice-of-life anime series and anime in general, are extremely racist. The meme was spawned by users with K-On! profile pictures purportedly being regularly caught posting racist and anti-semitic content on social media, gaining particular prominence in the /r/okbuddybaka subreddit.


On October 28th, 2010, DeviantArt[1] user prikkSG1 posted the earliest found Nazi-themed K-On! fanart, an image of the character Azusa Nakano given a Nazi armband and superimposed over a Nazi flag. The image (shown below, left) received over 12,000 views in 12 years and was widely used on imageboards through the 2010s.

In early 2016 a photoshopped image of K-On! characters standing next to Adolf Hitler went viral, with the earliest found repost made by iFunny[2] user KidSquid_Marie on January 3rd that year (shown below, center). Starting in 2017, a photoshopped K-On! frame in which the characters salute Adolf Hitler has been widely circulated[3] (shown below, right).


On June 16th, 2016, an unknown Redditor[4] shared a fan theory that stated that K-On! is set in a world where the Axis won World War II. On February 12th, 2020, an anonymous 4chan[5] user made a post on the /a/ board in which he wrote that K-On! was the trigger point for him turning fascist (post shown below).

anime is far-right Anonymous Wed[37/12/15] 12 Feb 2020 10:28:12 No.199107664 View Reply Original Report Quoted By: >>199107707 >>199107762 >>199108404 >>243474982 It was K-On! You can't cross certain mental barriers and turn really Fascist until you've watched the first season of K-On!. The revelation embedded in CGDCT SOL moe shows is not the plot or the characters, but the presentation of the world. These shows take place in worlds of safety, security, happy homes, living traditions, and full employment. The worst thing that ever happens is a pet dying or someone's family moving away. These stories from their very outset reject the proposition of eternal struggle, suffering, degradation, corruption, collapse, and globalism. It's an implicit declaration of the fourteen words or whatever the equivalent is for your ethnic group. 48KiB, 388x569, 1581393874338.jpg View Same Google ImgOps iqdb SauceNAO

On December 26th, 2020, iFunny[6] user MugiMilitant made the earliest found fandom generalization meme about K-On! fanbase being racist, a Don't Mess With Fans meme that gained over 220 smiles in two years (shown below).



The trope did not achieve widespread public recognition until early August 2021. On August 1st, 2021, Redditor[7] Rocketeer posted a collection of three racist tweets made by users with anime profile pictures, including a George Floyd meme about the anime and a Wojak Comic featuring the K-On! character Yuri Hirosava (shown below, left and center). The post gained over 5,700 upvotes in the /r/okbuddybaka subreddit in 10 months. On August 5th, Redditor[8] leaderofthebunch_ posted a screenshot of a Twitter user with a Haruhi Suzumiya profile picture acting anti-semitic, titling the post, "Least Antisemitic K-On fan" (shown below, right). The post gained over 5,500 upvotes in the subreddit.

(Waiting on return of main, RE... @Elitealice2 Please leave me alone, I don't have any money. Anime can also be black xXNormieSlayer69Xx @CommieRemover K-ON! SUCKS! ISAID IK-ON! SUCKS! WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY?!?!? EAPOUS Sarz @Sanjigoat - 5h Replying to @BurgerKingUK Yo food stinks 8 12 2 @SaarSI6 5h Saar 255 go ... SONIC SAYS... If your profile picture is from an anime, your opinion doesn't 46 2 55 2.6K Haruhiist @Haruhiist - 13m I mean don't get me wrong the person you replied to is obviously a degenerate cuck but you got that israel flag in your name so

Starting in early August 2021, fandom generalization memes about K-On! achieved notable virality in the /r/okbuddybaka subreddit. For example, on August 6th, Redditor[9] Cornual_of_boats1492 posted a GIF Caption meme that gained over 1,400 upvotes in 10 months (shown below, left). On August 31st, an unknown Redditor[10] posted a screenshot of the October 2020 /a/ post to the subreddit. On October 17th, 2020, Redditor[11] arghmelegs posted an Evil X Be Like meme about K-On! fans that gained over 2,200 upvotes (shown below, right).


By April 2022, the fandom generalization format spread to Twitter through frequent reposts. On April 9th, 2022, Twitter[12] user @BirthdayChad posted a White Man Has Been Here meme about K-On! fans that gained over 560 retweets and 16,800 likes in roughly two months.

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Ahh what a nice and wholesome anime, i bet i won't become a racist after watching this 100 It may not be the most anime, but groundbreaking it's so cute and wholesome that you'll be smiling the whole time. K-On gets a 10/10 $
DONT MESS WITH K-ONI FANS 課後T-M WE ARE VIOLENTLY RACIST Grand wizard of the kkk about to win a "most racist person" competition but a k- on pfp user walks in momocon joey SOON @CuckJoey k-on pfp try not to be racist challenge chungus epic @Chungus_Swag new nagatoro episode where she's loud on public transport and causes a scene at mcdonalds when they get her order wrong YunOPost @YunoDied - 42m nagatoro is black deal with it 10:07 PM 1/11/22 Twitter Web App 5 Retweets 1 Quote Tweet 42 Likes 11:52 PM Jan 11, 2022. Twitter for iPhone

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