Its Just Not Funny Mr. Cartoonist.

In a world where we the punters have to really access what is real news and what is fabrication it’s getting increasingly difficult to get a balanced view from the broadsheets as sadly they too are influenced by their billionaire owners agendas and personal beliefs.

I can honestly say this outlet’s team does a remarkable job most of the time delivering balanced news with the exception of the cartoonist.

My interpretation of what a cartoonist is is to bring into shuttle focus of local and international events encouraging thoughtful reflections with a dash of humour, a skill many of our great professionals of the art especially in Australia have entertained the populations nationally and internationally.

Sadly our scribes asphyxiation is and has been totalling focused on union bashing and portraying the association of workers and their right to join a union and have a say in how politicians perform, a association the other side of politics has with its core base big business and corporate entities and very rarely if nor ever highlighted.

Not one week has gone by where the CFMEU has been portrayed negatively sometimes multiple days and the sad thing is it’s just not though provoking or even funny. It’s plain properganda suitable for a Coalition News letter, not a paper who is trying to maintain and improve a circulation base.

In past letters I raised the inappropriateness of his views on women’s issues, hurtful to some but open to interpretation it may be claimed, but severely lacking in the core element of a cartoonist, humour.

Most politicians regard it as a honour to be the subject of a professional and displayed the skill be it complementary or not, bIn a world where we the punters have to really access what is real news and what is fabrication it’s getting increasingly difficult to get a balanced view from the broadsheets as sadly they too are influenced by their billionaire owners agendas and personal beliefs.

I can honestly say this outlet’s team does a remarkable job most of the time delivering balanced news with the exception of the cartoonist.

My interpretation of what a cartoonist is is to bring into shuttle focus of local and international events encouraging thoughtful reflections with a dash of humour, a skill many of our great professionals of the art especially in Australia have entertained the populations nationally and internationally.

Sadly our scribes asphyxiation is and has been totalling focused on union bashing and portraying the association of workers and their right to join a union and have a say in how politicians perform, a association the other side of politics has with its core base big business and corporate entities and very rarely if nor ever highlighted.

Not one week has gone by where the CFMEU has been portrayed negatively sometimes multiple days and the sad thing is it’s just not though provoking or even funny. It’s plain properganda suitable for a Coalition News letter, not a paper who is trying to maintain and improve a circulation base.

In past letters I raised the inappropriateness of his views on women’s issues, hurtful to some but open to interpretation it may be claimed, but severely lacking in the core element of a cartoonist, humour.

Most politicians regard it as a honour to be the subject of a professional and displayed the skill be it complementary or not, but I’m our man will never reach that level until he takes a much broader view of his subjects and moves away from portraying to us his lazy style of punching the same old punching bag