Nash-Jones Declares Republic of Kekistan in Bir Tawil

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.


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.

Kekistani flag

There are many prototypes online of the Kekistani flag; here is one which we have accepted:

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Nb. The views expressed in this article are that of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of People's Charter or any associated group such as the Young Chartists.

About the author: Luke Nash-Jones

Luke Nash-Jones is the Director of The People's Charter Foundation. He is a passionate campaigner for "proper Brexit", who opposes open borders and Sharia law.

3 comments to “Nash-Jones Declares Republic of Kekistan in Bir Tawil”

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  1. Libby Rawls-Suq - 2 April 2017 at 6:22 am Reply

    PRAISE KEK!!!!!!!!

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