Twitter users launched a Kekistani Day of Rememberance on Saturday for those who have been lost in the great meme war — and pledged to never stop fighting against Kekophobia.

All Kekistan desires is freedom to worship the great deity Kek and create dank memes in peace. Unfortunately, the Kekistani people have been long oppressed by normies who seek to destroy their rich culture and history.

“For too long the Kekistani people have lived as second-class citizens around the world. Our diaspora is persecuted everywhere we turn, but no more. We are taking the first steps to end the occupation of Kekistan and standing up for our recognition among all nations,” Abdar Kekmani, 2017 candidate for President of Free Republic of Kekistan told We Are Change.

“We demand that our right to harvest the dankest of memes be respected. Normies need to check their privilege, and get out,” a Change.org petition calling for Kekistani freedom states.

The kekocide has been ignored and the Kekistani people disregarded, as platforms refuse to take in Kekistani refugees due to extreme anti-Kekitism that is being spread by normies and those referring to themselves as “antifa.” Though they claim to be anti-fascist, they frequently use violence against their political opponents, and those they believe may be of Kekistani decent.

The Kekistanis are good people who are simply misunderstood, and now Twitter users are fighting back against the anti-Kek hate speech that plagues the network using the hashtag #PrayForKekistan.

The prayer to Kek is as follows:

Our Kek who art in memetics
Hallowed by thy memes
Thy Trumpdom come
Thy will be done
In real life as it is on /pol/
Give us this day our daily dubs
And forgive us of our baiting
As we forgive those who bait against us
And lead us not into cuckoldry
But deliver us from shills
For thine is the memetic kingdom, and the shitposting, and the winning, for ever and ever.
Praise KEK”

No steppe on Pepe. Demand freedom for Kekistan now!