Cartoon 14 June 2011

June 15th, 2011 at 4:00 pm by David Farrar

My call for contributors has seen spring back into life with his . Note that the cartoonist has editorial independence – they do not necessairly represent my views, just as a cartoon in the Dom Post is not the same as an editorial in the Dom Post.

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16 Responses to “Cartoon 14 June 2011”

  1. fizzleplug (72 comments) says:

    Just because someone sent you a steaming turd doesn’t mean that the world wants to see it.

    [DPF: Just because Kiwiblog exists doesn't mean you have to read it, or comment]

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  2. Jimbob (640 comments) says:

    Right on the money.

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  3. jaba (2,089 comments) says:

    I thought it had just the one eye?

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  4. jaba (2,089 comments) says:

    and was cambridge blue

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  5. Murray (8,838 comments) says:

    Whats up your ass fizzleplug? This is a head shot if ever there was one.

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  6. ISeeRed (244 comments) says:

    Artistically, very amateur. A Photoshop hack-and-paste. I liked “NeverWorks” though.

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  7. Viking2 (11,128 comments) says:

    If it wasn’t so true it would be funny.

    Maori voodoo opens the wallet of unprincipled socialists.

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  8. Put it away (2,888 comments) says:

    Arrghh no not “blunt” again. Copy and paste + blindingly obvious. I blame banksy ( the griffiti vandal, not the politician) for making such lack of talent fashionable.

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  9. Manolo (13,357 comments) says:

    The greedy and rapacious taniwha is missing Pita’s stylish pony-tail.

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  10. KH (687 comments) says:

    There is good money in the taniwha.
    Note to self.
    Must invent my own taniwha. then charge good money to make it go away.
    Yes

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  11. lofty (1,303 comments) says:

    Just a thought..what is the conceptual difference between the Maori Taniwha, and the loonie greens Gaia?

    Some of those “green” tossers actually believe that Gaia breathes, & they want us to kill babies so that the pressure on Gaia is lessened.

    I will take the Taniwha anyday, at least it will only eat babies when pissed off.

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  12. James (1,338 comments) says:

    If Pakeha were to claim.”We have found the Taniwha and managed to kill it with our magic white sword” what could Maori say in response? Is not our mumbo jumbo bullshit as equally valid as theirs?

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  13. jaba (2,089 comments) says:

    shit, I just remembered that the last time we challenged the T guy, the bloke at Maui (whatever) wanted Kiwiblog people to die!

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  14. Rich Prick (1,549 comments) says:

    That is racist, racist, RACIST. 5 … 4 … 3 … 2 … 1.

    Isn’t the word “at” a bit redundant though? Or am I being a bit pedantic?

    KH, you can borrow mine, he’s a lazy bugger though, won’t get out of bed before the crack of noon yet expects to be paid for his existence.

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  15. cubit (356 comments) says:

    How were Taniwha appeased in pre-european times and the arrival of folding stuff money?

    How is that Taniwha and every other grievance can only be solved with the folding stuff?

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  16. KevinH (1,131 comments) says:

    The day we expunge all religious references from our vocabulary will be the day I will dance in the streets naked. For a start we should remove references to a christian god from our national anthem and also from ceremonial activities such as the opening of parliament.
    Of course it is mumbo jumbo, as are the many christian churches which have dominated our colonial history.

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