Jul 9, 2017 @ 16:26

Western media shops are usually not the one ones vital of President Rodrigo Duterte.

For fairly a while now, the Kuwait Times has been developing with editorial cartoons portraying Duterte as bloodthirsty chief, a butcher and member of the “Moron National Liberation Front.”

The paper’s first caricature of Duterte, which was revealed in its August 29, 2016 problem, featured Duterte dressed as a butcher as a drawing of a blood-soaked Philippines held on a hook.

For its September 27, 2016 problem, the paper had a slippers-clad Duterte along with his fingers, mouth and ft filled with weapons. He appeared to cross the yellow line labeled “Human Rights Line- Do Not Cross” nonchalantly.

Its October 5, 2016 problem featured a caricature of Duterte holding a gun, with a splatter of blood on the decrease aspect of the body. The textual content in the cartoon learn: “Do you feel lucky I am the next president of the Philippines? Well, do ya, punk?”

On October 24, 2016, the paper revealed an editorial cartoon of Duterte in a straitjacket uttering his notorious line on how he could be “happy to slaughter” three million drug addicts.

Following Duterte’s revelation that United States President Donald Trump invited him to the White House, the paper featured an editorial cartoon of the 2 leaders in straitjackets. They look like shouting at one another as they famous how a lot they’ve in widespread.

The Kuwait Times’ most up-to-date caricature of Duterte was revealed on May 30 this 12 months. The cartoon tagged Duterte as one of many “people you want to avoid at all cost in the Philippines,” just like native terrorist teams.

Duterte was described in the drawing as a member of the “Moron Liberation Front.” Like the opposite terrorists, he additionally held a gun. The textual content balloon for his picture learn: “If a lot of people must die, so be it!”

The editorial cartoon got here out days after the President declared martial regulation in Mindanao as a result of combating between authorities forces and the ISIS-inspired Maute group in Marawi City.

Source: politics.com.ph