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” But these are blood spatters, not roses, on his naked torso. Frank depictions of wartime carnage also embody a humanitarian corridor that dumps into a meat grinder (Nick Anderson); a mother weeping over the body of her child (Joel Pett); Putin standing over the our bodies of households trying to flee and a Russian fighter jet decorated with silhouettes of old individuals, pregnant ladies and infants (both by Michael Ramirez); and Putin filling up on the “blood” pumps (Bramhall). Community Rules apply to all content material you upload or otherwise undergo this website.
Editorial Cartoon For March Thirteen, 2022: Ukraine Bloodshed, Gasoline Costs
This week’s editorial cartoon gallery is heavy with visible comments about Russia’s indiscriminate bombing of Ukraine’s cities – and, some say, deliberate focusing on of civilians. The primary image in the gallery is Bill Bramhall’s depiction of Vladimir Putin’s body and standing among the ruins, saying, “Look – they’re throwing roses! ” But they’re splatters of blood, not a rose, on his naked torso. This week’s editorial cartoon gallery is heavy with visual commentary about Russia’s indiscriminate bombing of Ukrainian cities — and, some say, deliberate focusing on of civilians. The lead image in the gallery is Bill Bramhall’s depiction of Vladimir Putin standing amid our bodies and ruins, saying, “Look — they’re throwing roses!