I think I have an idea for a new one, on those miraculously easy-to-cremate Treblinka corpses...
I was a little bit reluctant about drawing Holocaust cartoons at first, since drawing political cartoons means you have to make a kind of a "straw man". But then I reasoned, that it's not a form of serious argumentation, it's a way of putting the spotlight on the issue of Holocaust revisionism and the persecution of the modern day Holohoax heretics. Also, the reality of for example the anti-revisionist laws in Europe is so grotesque, it easily translates into a cartoon. The holohoax claims themselves are a vast goldmine for cartoonists, all the geysers of blood, shrunken heads, vacuum chambers &c &c.
I encourage everyone who thinks that he or she has the drawing ability above that of a 5 year old to draw and disseminate Holohoax cartoons. The Iranian contest will put the spotlight on these cartoons, which means that a lot of people will become aware of the fact that there's serious dissent regarding the "facts" of the "Holocaust". Especially needed I think are cartoons poking fun at different technical absurdities of the "Holocaust". Cartoons have the potential to spread the message to the masses.
And, yes, I think one should be as light on the text as possible, as Carto writes. Btw, I found this absolutely hilarious new(?) cartoon on the Danish site I linked to above. I'm pretty sure it's a translation from English, but I haven't managed to find the original (if someone has a link to it, please post it). You can find it here
http://www.holocaust.nu/default.aspx?ca ... =1&refer=1
if you scroll about two thirds down until the three-panel cartoon titled "Det gamle sudderchatol". It's in Danish, so I will provide a translation:
Title: the old blabbermouth
Le't see.. I was gassed 6 times... no wait, 10 times... 2 times in Auschwitz, 5 times in Buchenwald, 3 times in Treblinka, 9 times in Dachau, 4 times in Belzec, and 1 time in America... And there are 5 million, 900 999 and 500 000 others like me in New York...
Everyone should forever remember how I escaped the ovens only by a miracle. But 25 of my aunties, 16 of my uncles, 42 of my cousins, 3 of my parents and all of my children were gassed! An SS officer, he must have been at least 8 feet 2 inches tall, smashed the skull of my little girl with a hammer. His boss, Mengele, had put up human eyes all over the walls of his office. Ah, it was terrible, no one has suffered as much as I have. The Germans were devils, and even if I live to be a 1000 years old, I will never forget and never forgive that they tried to make me into a lamp shade...
Hollywood have not made enough movies about the Holocaust. Everyone should watch those movies 24 hours a day, and they should pay money to Israel, we need them! Soon I will start a Holocaust museum of my own, for three bucks you may see my tattoo, the lamp shades, the soap, the gas canisters, all the hair, the teeth(?), my Auschwitz uniform, and if you pay me a little extra, I will show you my uniform from the days when I was a poor, persecuted officer in the NKVD... is the camera turned off? Oh, so it's not... Oh it was horrible... You are all guilty, you didn't do what you could have done to stop it... no one has suffered as I have... they tried to make me into soap, but I escaped, it was a miracle! But they made my aunt Sarah into crocodile boots, I saw Himmler wearing them myself, and then they gassed me 50 times, no wait no I remember how it really was, they gassed me a 100 times!
It's really heavy on the text, but that's part of the point I guess.