Events of the Week in Cartoons: 5 to 10 May 2013
Vladislav Surkov claims that he’s “resigning” as Deputy Prime Minister… VVP‘s spokesman Dmitri Peskov says that Surkov was booted because he failed to carry out VVP’s orders. I believe Peskov, not Surkov… after all, Surkov is a stinking “biznesman” (VERY pejorative in Russian) who worked for Khodorkovsky and was part of Yeltsin‘s wrecking crew in the ’90s. Good riddance to bad rubbish (this means that VVP’s cleaning house of all “liberal” pro-Western trash). Sir Alex Ferguson is known all over the world… except for the navel-gazing and clueless USA. He’s managed Man United since 1986… he’s one of the most-recognisable figures in the footie world. His obscurity in the USA is proof that America‘s cut off from the mainstream of world events and that Americans are self-absorbed and brattish dweebs. Gilles Jacob has been associated with the Cannes Film Festival and is a prominent French intellectual, but he’s unknown in the Anglosphere. Just shows to go ya that the WASPs are isolationist and chowderheaded duds… but they’ve got money, that’s what important to them, for they’re nothing but ignorant moneygrubbing buccaneers.
8 May 2013