Here are the last three cartoons by the Guardian’s Steve Bell:
Here’s his latest, on Feb 6.
As we revealed yesterday, Bell’s body of work includes several cartoons about Israel which employ the blood motif, and a few which depict Jews pejoratively as the ‘chosen people’.
His latest two cartoons evidently demonstrate that he finds the whole idea of antisemitic tropes (which he SO cleverly spells as “Aunty Semutic”) amusing, despite the fact that he was warned to avoid engaging in depictions which evoke classic Judeophobia by Guardian readers’ editor, Chris Elliott.
I can’t wait to see his next schoolbook doodle about those overly sensitive, silly Jews.
- Steve Bell has fun with antisemitic tropes (cifwatch.com)
- A place where Guardian cartoonist Steve Bell can find “real” antisemitism (cifwatch.com)
- Guardian reader bemoans the effectiveness of CiF Watch (cifwatch.com)
- The Guardian, Steve Bell, Bibi and more puppet-like control (cifwatch.com)
- How one British paper decided to depict living Jews on Holocaust Memorial Day (cifwatch.com)