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CBC: Cartoon Draws Ire of ‘Jewish’ (Pharisaic) Group… September 23, 2010

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I found this online HERE…

B’nai Brith Canada is asking an Ottawa-based newspaper to pull a political cartoon depicting the Star of David on the Parliament Buildings.

B’nai Brith Canada is asking an Ottawa-based newspaper to pull from its website a political cartoon that appears to depict the Star of David on the Parliament Buildings.

The Jewish community organization called the cartoon, which ran in the print edition of Le Droit and online at cyberpresse.ca, anti-Semitic propaganda. The group is also demanding an apology from the newspaper.

Frank Dimant, the executive vice-president of B’nai Brith Canada, said the caricature plays into a dangerous stereotype.

“The cartoon is disgusting,” Dimant said. “It’s the kind of classic cartoon that we saw through out the ages of Jews controlling government, Jews controlling banking institutions.

“It’s a horrific cartoon. It’s vile and it depicts an untruth.”

The cartoon shows the front of Parliament Hill in Ottawa, with what appears to be a Star of David on the clock face of the Peace Tower. At the gates of the hill is a road sign that warns of a slippery road ahead.

The 'Anti-Semitic' Cartoon In Question

Long-time cartoonist Guy Badeaux, who signs his work under the alias Bado, said he never meant to offend anyone. He told CBC News that he never meant to draw a Star of David and was only trying to draw the clock in a simplified form.

The geometric pattern on the clock face includes lines that could make a Star of David.

The editor of Le Droit told CBC News on Tuesday that the paper is reviewing the situation and may respond later in the day.

Badeaux has been drawing political cartoons for Le Droit since 1981. His work was honoured last year by the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages as part of an exhibition about language politics in Canada.

In 2007, B’nai Brith also criticized a cartoon drawn by award-winning Montreal cartoonist Serge Chapleau from La Presse. The cartoon depicted the then leader of the Action Démocratique du Québec, Mario Dumont, with ear locks and an oversized black fur hat as a dig at his efforts to reach out to Montreal’s Hasidic community.

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What do you think… is there a ‘Star of David’ on the clockface – or not??

†IC XC†

†NI KA†

Comments»

1. steve weatherbe - November 1, 2010

It looks like a star (or more correctly, a shield) of David in the cartoon. What was the cartoon about? What slippery slope was it a comment on – if not a slide into pro-Zionism or something?

The Prodigal Son - November 2, 2010

The question though isn’t whether or not there is a Star of David Seal of Solomon in the cartoon (that much is clear)…

The question is: Is there a Star of David Seal of Solomon on the actual clock tower in Ottawa? (Bottom photo is un – retouched).

It’s there.

Supposedly the cartoon had nothing to do with Canada’s now Zionist occupied Parliament… It’s eerily accurate if you ask me!

The takeover of Canada is plain to anyone with eyes. As soon as Chrétien started standing up against the American (Zionist orchestrated) War Of Terror… things had to change.

It was then that Canada ceased to be the Canada that I had known.

2. john kaniecki - November 10, 2010

Hi hope you are well.

Why did you take down the two pictures of the icons?

Please give more stories.

Thanks,

John

The Prodigal Son - November 10, 2010

Hi John,

Good to hear from you again…

I’ve been pretty busy with work lately… I get to argue with people in the flesh there!

As for the recent travesty of a posting here… A good Orthodox friend of mine helped me to realize the err of my ways.

Of course the problem was not with the holy icon itself, rather with my degenerate mind and poor image reproduction (jpeg compression). Additionally, I was ignorant of the fact that the image represents a specific type of scroll – one which was tightly wrapped for transport and delivery (think baton).

The bottom line is: the problem was not with the icon; the problem was with me. As a child I was exposed to far too much TV (TalmudVision) and our society has been purposely saturated with sex…

To tell the truth now – I don’t know what I was thinking messing around, Photoshopping an icon in the first place! Clearly not the smartest thing I’ve ever done…

Woe is me.

Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me; a sinner!

†IC XC†
†NI KA†

3. Zolly - January 21, 2016

I don’t believe I’ve seen the icons in question, however I have an idea for which Photoshop would be a useful tool. Albeit, I neither have the time, nor the skill to pull off.

I would like to see a picture of the Canadian flag, slowly morph the Red Maple Leaf, into a Red Hexagram, while leaving the red bars at each side untouched. I believe that used to be the logo of a world (not so famous) famous “Money Counting House”.

Since that is our eventual destiny, why not produce the “Winning” new Canadian Flag to represent our new Zio-Government.

The Prodigal Son - January 24, 2016

Well Photoshop isn’t the best tool for animation that’s for sure…

Anyway, I took your comment as a challenge (because I like to test my skills) and I came up with this:

Canadian Flag Morph

Is that what you had in mind?

Zolly - January 25, 2016

Prodigal,

Excellent job!

Now, all that needs to be done, is to change the stars on the American flag from 5 point to 6 point stars, and the true rulers of (most) of North America will be exposed. If people only knew!

Anyhow, this would piss off the puppet masters.

Thanks


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