The only reason he made a name for himself is because he supported Palestinians and leftists gravitated towards him because there was a void. I was shocked when I saw those words on one of the sidelinks of my Blog. CHUTZPAH coming from a Blogger who for years used Carlos’ works on his own site. Carlos is more than just a cartoonist, he is an activist in his own right. Whatever ‘void’ Pundit speaks of is in his mind, not in the arena of activism.
Suddenly, there is a disagreement with Carlos’ decision not to support both Bashar and the so called “opposition” in Syria. The vicious attack that resulted can and will be used by the zionists themselves as ‘proof’ that “even Palestinians disagree with Latuff”.

Syrians caught in a crossfire! – HoulaMassacre

Pundit claims that He is obviously influenced by “anti imperialists” who have proven to be very dogmatic, close minded and incapable of separating the revolution from its supporters. A strange claim considering the fact that Carlos’ works are and have been an integral part of every major demonstration throughout the word INCLUDING PALESTINE.
Pundit’s attack is but one more added to those of the zionists and their supporters, including Israel’s Likud Party.
So Mr.Pundit, if these are the forces you wish to be associated with, continue with your attacks. If not, there is a way for you to delete what was posted.  As for myself, I am proud to be associated with Carlos Latuff. The following short video says it all…
If anyone wants to read what Pundit had to say, HERE it is. Hopefully he will come to his senses and delete the post shortly.


  1. grosenberg said,

    May 29, 2012 at 16:38

    Carlos Latuff is one of my heroes!

  2. Redpossum said,

    May 29, 2012 at 18:22

    Oy gevalt, I’m confused! Let me see if I’ve got this straight here…

    PP is angry with Carlos because Carlos refuses to buy into the mainstream media narrative that-
    “evil Assad is murdering his people and the Syrian resistance are a group of high-minded freedom fighters struggling to liberate their nation from tyranny and establish a democratic Syrian state with freedom and equality for all.”

    Because, instead, Carlos insists on pointing out that-
    “The Syrian resistance are, in large part, foreign mercenaries backed by Qatar, Saudia Arabia, and the USA, and that said resistance are acting as agents provocateurs in an attempt to justify military intervention by NATO, in order to bring about regime change in Syria and install a puppet government. That, as evidence of this, the Houla massacre is being distorted and exploited by a media campaign which was obviously prepared well in advance. In spite of the statement by the chief of the UN’s observer mission to the effect that the killers were unknown and further investigation needed. That the UN resolution immediately submitted called upon the Syrian Army to stop using heavy weapons against inhabited areas, despite the Houla victims having been killed with small arms. That the eye witnesses described the attackers as men in plain clothes.”

    So, how am I doing here? If I’m totally off base, correct me, please…

  3. desertpeace said,

    May 29, 2012 at 19:18

    You are right on Red!

  4. daibhidhdeux said,

    May 29, 2012 at 21:10

    Reblogged this on Daibhidhdeux's Blog.

  5. May 29, 2012 at 23:24

    It is sad how the Syrians themselves are pawns in someone else’s agenda, but I know that I trust Latoff to help sort through the confusion. That is the nature of the truth-teller.

  6. May 30, 2012 at 09:14

    Reblogged this on Latuff Cartoons and commented:
    Thank you very much for your everlasting support, Steve.

  7. desertpeace said,

    May 30, 2012 at 10:40

    You are the one to be thanked Carlos.

  8. Redpossum said,

    May 30, 2012 at 16:42

    The thing that gets me about the well-prepared UN propaganda campaign is this –

    Out of one side of their mouth the UN talking heads say that Houla was caused by heavy bombardment with tanks and artillery. Out of the other side of their mouth, they say that “the majority of the victims were killed execution-style”.

    The hasbara isn’t even *internally* consistent, let alone consistent with external reality.

    And yet nation after nation has booted its Syrian diplomats, under this pretext, even France, to my utter disappointment. (then again, Hollande may not be completely in charge. DGSE has often seemed to act independent of the wishes of France’s civilian government).

    The people who run the nations of the West are indescribably evil, yes, but they are not stupid. It is inconceivable that these European nations are actually deceived by the hasbara. They must know the truth. Therefore, it logically follows that they find it to be in their own best interests to *pretend* to believe.

    Then again, one of the greats of early science-fiction (Asimov perhaps?) once said something like – “Never postulate conspiracy to explain that which could be explained equally well by incompetence”. And incompetence, dear friends, is a condition which can afflict even the most intelligent of men and women.

    I’m really quite puzzled by all of this. I can usually sort out, at least roughly, what is going on behind the scenes, if only via a process of triangulating all the various lies. But recent events in Syria leave me standing here scratching my head and muttering, “Uhhh, whiskey tango foxtrot, over?”

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