Here's an internet oddity I just found. Try googling isis ainu, ainu meme, muslim ainu, or something similar. You'll get a bunch of old-school image micros containing very similar but never identical text pop up.
There's pages and pages of this stuff with no evidence I can found about who exactly is making or enjoying them. No comments, no accounts, no nothing. They're mostly from quickmeme or occasionally memecrunch or some similar bot-filled "meme farm." The few I tried investigating on quickmeme all had roughly 950 shares, with not a lot of variation around that number. The whole thing feels very computer generated, I say it's the escapades of a learning machine, likely related to the one that makes those weird ads that show up on less reputable websites.
A 2016 study claims that, at the time, 52% of internet traffic was bots (https://www.imperva.com/blog/bot-traffic-report-2016/
) How high is that number now? Why aren't people more weirded out by this? Who is making these bots? What is their end goal? Is making a bot to churn out shady ads about early ways to detect cancer really so profitable? There's more going on here, I feel it.
Point of this thread: theories regarding the islam ainu thing, is it a bot or no, any information on this matter you can dig up, panicking about the whole bot situation, maybe any funny retard bot ads you've seen.