Wednesday, April 07, 2004

A picture is worth a thousand words

And so is a cartoon.

Rayma, the very talented editorial cartoonist of El Universal has come up with quite a cartoon today. She identifies Chavez to some Roman soldier trying to justify the crucifixion, 2000 years ago. Indeed, talk about passing the buck... This cartoon summarizes quite well the two preceeding posts.

Translation of the caption:
The media printed that we had crucified him, when in fact we accidentally gave him the timber and the nails...

Indeed, the accidental match on the mattress, dixit the Venezuelan army and Chavez...

Sometimes cartoons are not as harsh as the very reality of the political situation they describe...

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