A Case of Laughter
|Bonil, August 29, 2016:|
The Ecuadorian President Correa is wailing, asking for action taken
to protect him in that his "inferiors" are contradicting him.
Bonil's cartoon below could be the epitome of the relevant reaction to most statements made in public space.
Yet, we rarely see a hearty laughter for a response in cartoons.
This Summer a representative of the Ecuadorian government expressed a desire for a law against demands placed by the opposition that the government curtail its bureaucracy. Such demands have a psychological effect on the government; it worries and it feels insecure.
In this instance the laughter is a contribution to the debate.
|Bonil, July 19, 2016:|