They’re cartoonists, that’s what they do

In an image posted to his Instagram account, cartoonist Michael Leunig drew a lone protester standing in front of a loaded syringe, mimicking the iconic “tank man” image of protest in China. An inset of the 1989 photo also appears in Leunig’s drawing.

“Brilliant” and “spot on” applauded his fans. 

Others described it as “pretty bad taste” and were disgusted that Leunig dare compare resistance to mandatory vaccination as being similar to the fight for democracy in Tiananmen Square.

But the Australian cartoonist is no stranger to controversy as evidenced by his 2015 cartoon comparing the Victorian government to fascists, following a proposal to ban children who are not vaccinated from Victorian childcare centres.

Titled, “FACIST EPIPHANY,” the cartoon reappropriates Michelangelo’s ‘The Creation of Adam’ and depicts a hand pointing a needle at another hand. “The God of Science grants politicians the divine right to enforce mass medication among babies…

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  1. The vaccination removes the name of the recipient from the Lamb’s Book of Life. The v is the abomination of desolation in the Holy place because it changes the dna of humans who are the temple of God. Mark 13: 14
    Leunig clearly knows the significance.

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