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  1. ColininAus commented on Chip Bok 7 days ago

    Voting in Australia is mandatory. It works. The elected government is a totally fair reflection of the entire populations intent. And of course we don’t incarcerate those that choose not to or forget to vote. This cartoon is absurd and reflects the declining intellectual capability of discourse in your country.

  2. ColininAus commented on Ken Catalino 15 days ago

    Brilliant work Ken.

  3. ColininAus commented on Michael Ramirez about 1 month ago

    I’m still in shock

  4. ColininAus commented on Bob Gorrell about 1 month ago

    How do you deal with a cult where death is the goal… and drawing as much hate and vilification leading to your death is the aspiration? It’s counter-human, counter-nature, insane. A war on the irrational without borders cannot be approached conventionally. Tipping point time.

  5. ColininAus commented on Tim Eagan 2 months ago

    brilliant

  6. ColininAus commented on Michael Ramirez 2 months ago

    In Paris there was a march for “free speech”, occasioned by the evisceration of a satire/outrage magazine whose repeated focus gag was piss-takes of Muhammad, and to a lesser extent of Jesus, the Pope, rabbis, etc. The march was led by, led by, a group of characters including:
    The Prime Minister of Turkey, the country which has jailed more journalists than anyone in the world
    The Foreign Minister of Egypt, which has Peter Greste and two other Al Jazeera staff serving 10-year prison terms on absurd charges/convictions
    Putin’s Foreign Minister, a government whose shadowy affiliated gangs have murdered dozens of journalists in the past decade and a half
    The Foreign Minister of Bahrain (‘nuff said).
    The Prime Minister of Poland, whose government raided the Polish Charlie Hebdo equivalent when it “embarrassed” the government
    The Prime Minister of Ireland, where blasphemy remains an enforced criminal offence
    A sheikh from Qatar, where people are serving 15-year terms for “blasphemous” poetry
    Leaders of Tunisia, the United Arab Emirates and the Palestinian territories, who all jailed journos
    Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, whose Israel Defence Force lethally targeted journos during the Gaza invasion
    UK Prime Minister David Cameron, where Defence Advisory Notices and super-injunctions keep a host of live information from the public
    The Saudi ambassador to France, whose country has handed out a thousand lashes to a man convicted of blasphemy
    The Secretary-General of NATO, which deliberately bombed the Belgrade station of Yugoslav public TV during the Kosovo operation, killing 16 journalists
    The US Attorney-General, who works for a government which has cracked down harder on whistleblowers than any other.

  7. ColininAus commented on Jack Ohman 2 months ago

    In Paris there was a march for “free speech”, occasioned by the evisceration of a satire/outrage magazine whose repeated focus gag was piss-takes of Muhammad, and to a lesser extent of Jesus, the Pope, rabbis, etc. The march was led by, led by, a group of characters including:
    The Prime Minister of Turkey, the country which has jailed more journalists than anyone in the world
    The Foreign Minister of Egypt, which has Peter Greste and two other Al Jazeera staff serving 10-year prison terms on absurd charges/convictions
    Putin’s Foreign Minister, a government whose shadowy affiliated gangs have murdered dozens of journalists in the past decade and a half
    The Foreign Minister of Bahrain (‘nuff said).
    The Prime Minister of Poland, whose government raided the Polish Charlie Hebdo equivalent when it “embarrassed” the government
    The Prime Minister of Ireland, where blasphemy remains an enforced criminal offence
    A sheikh from Qatar, where people are serving 15-year terms for “blasphemous” poetry
    Leaders of Tunisia, the United Arab Emirates and the Palestinian territories, who all jailed journos
    Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, whose Israel Defence Force lethally targeted journos during the Gaza invasion
    UK Prime Minister David Cameron, where Defence Advisory Notices and super-injunctions keep a host of live information from the public
    The Saudi ambassador to France, whose country has handed out a thousand lashes to a man convicted of blasphemy
    The Secretary-General of NATO, which deliberately bombed the Belgrade station of Yugoslav public TV during the Kosovo operation, killing 16 journalists
    The US Attorney-General, who works for a government which has cracked down harder on whistleblowers than any other.

  8. ColininAus commented on Bob Gorrell 3 months ago

    Timing? Why this cartoon now?

  9. ColininAus commented on Mike Lester 3 months ago

    Mike Lester nailed it. Excellent work.

  10. ColininAus commented on Mike Luckovich 3 months ago

    No nipple? Why?