There’s a real cartoon show from South Korea about a polar bear named Bernard, but this isn’t totally related.
The meme is basically fake and spread only in hopes that people will fall for it.
Imagine all these things as different bubbles in a Venn diagram with the alt-right in the middle.
This guide aims to help explain some of those weird images and words you may have seen popping up in comments sections or on social media.
For example, a guy dressed as the CIA agent showed up at the counterprotest of Shia La Beouf's anti-Trump art project “He Will Not Divide Us.” Bernard the Polar Bear A forced meme that a polar bear cartoon purports to be an alt-right symbol.
The kinds of people who hang out in spaces like 4chan or 8chan tend to also be big anime fans.
Like many of the items on this list, this idea occupies a constantly moving point on the irony spectrum.
Once the tactic was exposed, some Jews and non-Jews started adding them to their own Twitter usernames as a way to subvert the practice and make it less powerful.
#Anime Right Alt-righters who use anime avatars on Twitter and other online spaces.