On May 23rd, Twitter user @Amish_Drive_By posted a screenshot of elven archers from Lord of the Rings with a joke caption describing them as Hungarians awaiting a "migrant legion bearing the white hand of Merkel" (shown below).
On May 26th, Twitter user @nontolerantman tweeted a screenshot of several orcs along with the message "Reminder that it's a small minority of Orcs that are responsible for the attacks on Gondor" (shown below, left). The following day, @Amish_Drive_By posted another Lord of the Rings image along with a caption about orcs commuting "long distances to access the resources that privileged men and elves enjoy" along with the hashtag "#orcposting" (shown below, right).
Meanwhile, Redditor Justforclaritysake submitted a Time magazine cover photoshopped wit the face of an Uruk-hai warrior from Lord of the Rings with the headline "The New Face of Gondor: How Orcish Immigrants Are Shaping Middle Earth's First Multicultural Society" to /r/MemeEconomy (shown below). Also on May 29th, evolutionary psychologist Geoffery Miller tweeted an image of a Lord of the Rings battle with the caption "Uruk-Hai will assimilate within 3 or 4 generations. The real problem is Urukophobia" (shown below, right).
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