Commonly found on Twitter or other social networks, ((())), aka triple parentheses, are placed around the name of a Jew, person with Jewish ancestry, or any Jew-related entity and is often used in a derogatory manner: (((CNN))), (((Facebook))).
It was originally used by far right-wing bloggers "The Right Stuff" who explained that it was used to symbolized how Jews' names have *echoed* throughout history; also stating that Jews have facilitated multiculturalism and mass immigration in "white nations".
Its intended usage can be either disparaging towards the person or entity in the parentheses (commonly used by alt-righters) or used ironically by Jews themselves or others who want to mock its usage, much like how Trump supporters have adopted the term "deplorable" to be a term of endearment amongst one another, or to signal that they are a Trump supporter on social media.
Alt righter #1: Hollywood is filled with a bunch liberal Jew elitists trying to push multiculturalism on the youth!
Alt righter #2: Shit, (((Steven Spielberg))) is gonna make a bleeding-heart libtard movie about "Dreamers" escaping their shitty conditions in Mexico by sneaking over the border and making a living for themselves in America!
Alt righter #1: Oh yeah, I heard (((Natalie Portman))) will star in that piece of shit. I know it will be trash. #BoycottSpeilberg #Buildthe Wall #MAGA ((()))
Good Boy #1: Did you hear Thomas got banned from Facebook today for saying Hitler was a hero?
Good Boy #2: Well it is (((Facebook))) after all.
A new type of cancer that is prominently found in comic memes
. It is the French equivalent of the definite article "the", however in certain memes, it is frivolously placed before any English noun. The exact origins of why "le" is used in memes is nebulous.
Scene one: Le me with a key
Scene two: Le me sees an electrical outlet
Scene three: Le me sticks the key in it
Scene four: Le crispy me.