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16 October - another terrorist atrocity in Secular France, connected with the Charlie Hebdo attacker's trial.

Je Suis Samuel..

" CANCEL CULTURE TAKES NO PRISONERS"

Another shocking attack, this time on a History teacher doing his job, educating his class about the background to an important criminal trial taking place in their city right now. Terrorist attacks are only the extremist form of Cancel Culture.

But make no mistake, there are Wokeists who are cheering on the attacks and murders which followed from the printing of the Mohammed cartoons by Jyllands- Posten, and the Charlie Hebdo massacre five years ago. They are different from the actual murderers only in their safe remoteness from the scene of the crime.

If you cheer on this type of attack - because you object to political  cartoonists performing their duty and highlighting the absurdities of authoritarian regimes, religions, and sub cultures, you are no better than the murderers. You are the Wests Useful Idiots.

This latest atrocity is different only in degree from the continual, virtual and real- life attacks, on the livelihoods and reputations of anyone who dares to speak against your own preferred Cult.

Cancel Culture takes no prisoners.

Well, I am a cancelled  cartoonist,  and I stand in solidarity with my fellow cartoonists  around the World, many who live in far more dangerous countries than I do.

But I have the same duty as them: whether paid or unpaid, cancelled or not, home or abroad, on or offline, Left or Right; nothing and nobody will stop us.

You will have to come and decapitate us all. Come and get me, I'm just a little old disabled woman, I can't  run away.

I'm here waiting for you, with my pencils as my only defence."

 

Latest cartoon on uncancelled.co.uk 

 

SCROLL DOWN to see a selection of my political 

 

My GC cartoons are FREE to campaigners, just go to the Feminist Fight- Back page, and share as you like, on or offline. 

On this website is a fraction of my work from the last 40 years. Many of my illustrations were published in the 'British Small Press' (before we all had the internet) in the 70s and 80s, and I've included some on this site.

Between 2015 and 2020 I have been a regular political cartoonist for the UK's only Socialist daily newspaper, the Morning Star, until  I was cancelled by them for a feminist cartoon called "Endgame", which they published, and then changed their mind, knowing it was a comment on the potential changes to the GRA and the erosion of Women's rights in the 2010 Equality Act.

I want to thank the journalists at Spiked for their support, in particular Joanna Williams,  in her 'War on Women' article. Also the new UK Free Speech Union, Canadian journalist Meghan Murphy for interviewing me for feministcurrent.com, and Uncommon Ground Media. Also DefendFeminists.net,  WLRN, PeakTrans, faircop, and all the other feminist- friendly sites and platforms, not least spinster.xyz,  where I have recieved so much support. 

And thank goodness for Private Eye! Here's their article in support, in 'Street of Shame':

But you can see it below, "Another Tasty Morsel"!

 

 

 

 

In October 2020, UK Uni students who went back to Halls found themselves in Covid lockdowns. Cue much wailing from over privileged brats and their parents!
Anarchists
Anarchists
XR Anarchists really did blockade the big newspaper distribution depots on 5 September 2020, preventing millions of copies reaching newsagents round the country.
China- world domibation- Confucius Institutrpes- HUAWEI
Another Tasty Morsel
Another Tasty Morsel
Another Tasty Morsel - to commemorate the visit of the Chinese Premier to the UK, 20-24 October 2015.A representation of China's progressing world domination. Not published by the Morning Star because of the paper's reluctance to be seen to criticise any actions by communist countries.
'Let Me In' from 2015.

As fast as Germany opened it's borders to the first wave of Syrian refugees, other European countries were rushing to throw up fences to keep them out.

Published in the Morning Star, it shows a child's hand holding a teddy up to peer over a border fence. This has always been the most popular picture in my one-woman exhibitions.
Brexit Party
Brexit Party
On Brexit Day (31 January 2020)a rally in Parliament Square was not allowed to have music, fireworks or the bongs of ' Big Ben'! But they improvised anyway!

The BBC loathed Brexit so much that they even refused to broadcast the PM's speech to the Nation before midnight, on either TV or Radio!
CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO HEAR FRIZZER'S BREXIT SONG!
'Unclean'
'Unclean'
The Labour Leadership candidates have signed a pledge to expel members who get pronouns wrong. It's caused a Twitter backlash with the hashtag 'ExpelMeToo'.
Endgame
Endgame
This cartoon is called 'Endgame' because it could be the last debate by Feminists in the western World about whether women can protect their safe spaces - for those rich enough and free enough to have the luxury to debate, of course. I understand that the Morning Star have issued an apology for publishing this cartoon! Better than being wiped out in your own editorial meeting by someone who objected to it, eh?
"Parasites" -published in the Morning Star in January 2020
Save Greta
Save Greta
'So good they used it twice'.
This is my iconic cartoon of the 2016 Euro Referendum vote, which clashed with Glastonbury. Will he vote or won't he?
The Morning Star used this 2 weeks before the vote, and again on the day itself.
German Election September 2017
German Election September 2017
Fluchtlinge = Refugees. Sad to say the Nazi spider is still lurking under the EU rug.
Will she still be Chancellor by the time you read this?? This cartoon was picked by the Morning Star as one of their Cartoons of the year.
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Amazing write-up for my show in November 2015 at the Prince of Wales pub, Gloucester Road, Bristol.
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The Morning Star's preview of my first "Corridor of Power" show at The Colston Arms, Bristol in 2016.

See the News Page, for updates about my work and current and forthcoming exhibitions.

Please contact me on:

ArtistBristol@outlook.com

 

 

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