The (Mean) Spirit of Christmas

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Scott Morrison toasts those less fortunate and gives thanks for the political advantage they offer

 

 


Fiona Katauskas Fiona Katauskas' work has also appeared in ABC's The DrumNew Matilda, The Sydney Morning HeraldThe AgeThe AustralianThe Financial Review and Scribe's Best Australian political cartoon anthologies.

Topic tags: Fiona Katauskas, Scott Morrison, asylum seekers

 

 

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Great cartoon showing a terrible decision. Carole
Carole McDonlad | 10 December 2014


Good one, Fiona. . . it's important to still speak up . . . we run out of ideas how to do it, but a cartoonist like yourself has a strong loud voice.
glen avard | 10 December 2014


Bravo once again. Wish everyone had the conscience and moral fortitude of the cartoonist.
Annabel | 10 December 2014


Good cartoon Fiona. Trouble is nothing seems to shame this man into changing his line of thinking. These poor people are human beings not animals.
marie | 10 December 2014


did someone humiliate this man in his earlier life? how come this man has managed to get into his position of power with such meanness and moral emptiness? what makes his parliamentary colleagues and electorate stay silent in the face of such inhumanity? has God gone on holiday? let's march on Canberra ...
mary tehan | 10 December 2014


Good question Mary. You may find some interesting background in the following article: < www.themonthly.com.au/issue/2012/february/1328593883/nick-bryant/so-who-bloody-hell-are-you >.
Ginger Meggs | 11 December 2014


See you have an even approach to political comment. Expect some highlights to the lack of options we have, this might be bad but the alternative is a catastrophe.
Robert Blyde | 24 December 2014


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