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More Illustrations I’ve Done Lately

I like to periodically publish little collections of the illustrations I’ve done, partly because I’m a bit proud of some of them and partly because I want to make sure alternative media publications and individuals are aware that they have permission to use any of my artwork free of charge. Here’s a link to my last collection.

This one’s from “To Be Assanged: Notes From The Edge Of The Narrative Matrix“:

From “We’re Asking One Question In Assange’s Case: Should Journalists Be Punished For Exposing War Crimes?“:

From “Humanity Is Making A Very Important Decision When It Comes To Assange“.

Here’s one I did of pro-Assange organizer Emmy Butlin that I did just because she’s beautiful.

I call this cartoon “The Lesser Evil”. Might start doing more cartoons because I had fun with this one.

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“We got him, boss.” Brian Whitaker and his goon Scott Lucas after outing the identity of an OPCW whistleblower.

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From “This Assange ‘Trial’ Is A Self-Contradictory Kafkaesque Nightmare“:

From “Judge Releases Manning After Suicide Attempt, Effectively Fines Her Supporters $256,000”:

From “The Belief That Everything Will Be Fine Once Trump’s Gone Is More Dangerous Than Trump“:

From “Nine Thoughts On COVID-19 And What’s Coming“:

From “Liberal NPCs Hate Russia, Conservative NPCs Hate China“:

From “All The Craziest Things About America Are Being Highlighted By This Virus“:

From “Mike Pompeo, Devourer Of Worlds“:

From “We Are Ruled By Wizards“:

From “My Qualifications“:

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  • Oh yes – do more cartoons! “The Lesser Evil” is absolutely brilliant.

  • I’m an artist myself and I really like your work.

  • Fantastic work! And I love your writing.

  • You are an artist!

    Thank you for everything you do!

    God Bless!

    Keeping my Rosary on hand!

  • Your artistic ability is only outdone by your writing ability… !

  • AWESOME ARTWORK! LOVE THESE!

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  • http://www.johndayblog.com/2020/04/waves-bye-bye.html
    Look at this South China Morning Post story about a Chinese researcher who has been tracking the viral mutants and seeing how deadly (or not) each mutant is in human-cell culture. Thanks for these 2, Jeff.
    https://www.scmp.com/news/china/science/article/3080771/coronavirus-mutations-affect-deadliness-strains-chinese-study
    https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.04.14.20060160v1
    Li took an unusual approach to investigate the virus mutation. She analysed the viral strains isolated from 11 randomly chosen Covid-19 patients from Hangzhou in the eastern province of Zhejiang, and then tested how efficiently they could infect and kill cells.
    The deadliest mutations in the Zhejiang patients had also been found in most patients across Europe, while the milder strains were the predominant varieties found in parts of the United States, such as Washington state, according to their paper.
    Let me point out that the virus was not yet big in New York and New Orleans when Dr Li was doing this analysis.
    I read that the East-coast viral types are more like those in Italy, more virulent. New Orleans has had a bad strain, too.

    If this lab virus came from a military lab, Ft Detrick or Wuhan, it could come as an attack or as an accident in the initial release.
    An accidental release might prompt the leaking country to go ahead and use the weapon against a foe, before the opportunity was lost.
    If it was an intentional release, it would surely be used against a foe, and with the ideal timing for maximum impact.
    Wuhan, a massive Chinese transport hub, at Chinese New Year, was an ideal target.
    Iran, especially top leaders, got hit very hard, right after all those big outdoor events for General Soleimani’s assassination. (Drone aerosolized virus attacks?)

    What if the US virus, the weak one on the west coast, was released very early as a vaccine?
    That would be the logical defense an advanced bioweapons lab would use, while keeping everything hush-hush.
    Too bad New York and New Orleans got a dose of the bad stuff.
    Accidents happen in war.

    • John our ” owners and our masters ” are never reluctant to use any evil means necessary to achieve their desired goals including bio-warfare. I would be very surprised if the virus did not come from them.

    • Agree 100%. If you look at what labs (those that work on biological weapons and related vaccines) around the world have been working on, it makes it almost impossible to believe that this was just some random, natural virus.
      …………

      They’ve been trying to engineer a virus that is more virulent, more contageous (including from animal to human), has a longer latency period (during which it is still contagious), a large number of asymptomatic carriers (difficult to detect and trace carriers), has multiple modes of transmission, and is difficult to treat or cure. This virus checks nearly all of those boxes.

  • Very nice.

  • Yeah.

    I wrote this poem after a break up.
    ———————
    Were I well read, could I show you words you knew to communicate this sick feeling?
    Hands, sap retreat from a leafs autumn.
    Face, frozen in grief.
    Solar plexus, unsettled, covered with concrete.
    How stiffly I communicate now. pass no burden, cursed to roam, a freak to company.
    Charles Robinson

    • I forgot part of the poem. It went.
      ——————————————
      How stiffly I communicate now. let no one in to see the pain, pass no burden, cursed to roam, a freak to company.

    • Well done, Charles. I hope you are doing better on the relationship front now. Losing someone you really love is one of life’s more difficult tragedies to manage.

  • Thanks Caitlin, wonderful work and well worth drawing our attention to. <3

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