In this case not the ones on paper or the screen. The protesters against the regime in Nicaragua are caricatures of human life, according to Rosario Murillo, Vice-President and thus co-aggressor against those same protesters.
Between 322 and 481 are dead. Those numbers are already a week old. Add to this the thousands of wounded, not to mention the detained being tortured.
So the physical violence is backed by her verbal violence useful for creating a case for striking back at the protesters. They have been called every catchphrase within the domain of evildoers and nothings, such as vampires and menials. She then flung out cat skinners, as in persons of no significance socially and economically, having to eat cats to stay alive.
Pedro X. Molina drew her as a skinned cat:
|Pedro X. Molina, "Skinned Cats!" September 11, 2018.|
There may or may not have been a correlation, but the timeline makes it likely that it was in direct response to the cartoon above that she declared the population for caricatures.
If so, she was revealing herself that she had seen the cartoon above and that it hurt. It struck right as it was intended.
|Pedro X. Molina, The Madness of the Empress, September 17, 2018.|
"Caricature! You are all a caricature!!"
Again she was drawn. This time she was a classical caricature, where the first one was an allegory on the political situation.
Each time in a 1:1 exposure to the beholder, facing us directly. Pedro X. Molina is working in a literal sense, giving her the shape and form of her own words.
This is how the noise screen of the responsible looks in visual form.
To paraphrase Molina, who said it so precisely himself: a caricature exaggerates a reality to make it more obvious. In the case of the protesters, it is their loyalty to their country and on the side of the oppressors their lunacy.
He exaggerated and he was SEEN.
The cartoons shown are courtesy of Pedro X. Molina and must not be reproduced without his permission.