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Murdoch Murdoch
Murdoch Murdoch





This trio—comprised of Murdoch, Dr. Murdoch, and Murdoch-Chan—blends lo-fi graphic design, chan humor, and absurdist storytelling to critique the filth around us while inspiring our remnant to take action. In this conversation, the Murdoch Murdoch team hit on a variety of topics, including their own personal influences, the future of the alt-right, and the artistic symbolism of gassing Dr. William Luther Pierce.

Murdoch Murdoch: It started out as just animated shitposting. Once the 'migrant' crisis started that caused us to start taking things more seriously. We never thought we'd gain much of an audience, but the Internet has a place even for artists like us.

As far as inspirations: South Park, Adult Swim, Akira, LotGH, Marcus Aurelius, Machiavelli, Donald Trump, various WWII documentaries, 80s pop culture, etc. And of course: Kubrick.

Murdoch Murdoch are makers of animated white nationalist comedy videos.


The characters in these videos are: There are two men--a blonde named Murdoch and a brunette named Dr. Murdoch. Then there is a redheaded woman named Murdoch-chan.

The three characters represent different groups within the alt-right. Murdoch is a libertarian. Dr. Murdoch is a nationalist. Murdoch-chan is a national socialist.

Murdoch often has yellow fever. He has had a hapa girlfriend at one point. The hapa girl was a national socialist. He also has a fetish for Tila Tequila that continued even after Tila had a child.

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