The first post on the page was a series of toilet paper mugs.
There was a picture of a toilet paper mask on the top, with a “Made in Australia” sticker underneath.
Next came a post about how the word “minecraft” had been used as an expletive in a Facebook post from July of last year.
That same month, another post included an image of a poster with a giant “MINE” sticker.
Next, the page featured a poster claiming to be from a Minecraft community called “The Minecraft Club”.
Next came another image of what appeared to be a map of Australia.
It included a “map of Australia” map with a country with a green background.
The next image was a photo of a man holding a “DINOSAUR” hat.
The second image was an image from Minecraft’s Minecraft series with a picture from the title, “Minecraft Club.”
In addition, there were several posts claiming to have made “the world’s largest Minecraft block”, “the largest Minecraft ball,” and a “large Minecraft globe.”
The posts included a picture showing the player with the “world’s largest” Minecraft block, a photo showing a Minecraft ball being thrown around, and a screenshot of a “Minecraft club” Facebook page with the words “Minecraft” and “mine” in large letters.
A number of other images featured a man with a sign saying “MINECRAFT” on it, and another image showing a sign reading “MINT,” the Australian Mint.
The first post of the page read, “It is time to make a statement on the state of Australia’s toilet paper market.”
The second post read, “‘The Minecraft Club’ is looking for a new Member for Australia,” and then the page changed its Facebook profile picture to a picture with the caption, “Welcome to The Minecraft Club.
It is time for a minecraft revolution in Australia.”
The post concluded with, “Thank you for your support of our cause.
See you at the minecraft club.”
A picture of the man in the Minecraft Club’s “Miner” shirt on Facebook The page also had a number of posts featuring Minecraft Minecraft Minecraft memes, including one that read, “#MINE #MINE,” and another post that said, “#MYMINE.”
The second post had a picture on the bottom of the post of a sign with a Minecraft “minecart” on top, and the image showed a person with a man’s face with a minecart on top of him.
The caption read, “[Minecraft Club] The Minecraft Clubs Australian Member.”
The first person who responded to the page’s post was an Australian who identified himself as a “new member” and said, “This is the official Facebook page of The Minecraft Minecraft Club.”
“The Minecraft” club has been inactive since June 15, according to a spokesperson for the Australian Department of Education and Training.