Take the long way home
As the Passover holiday arrived, it left some Jews thinking about their neighbors afflicted by the tyrrany of their scornful dictator, Bashar Assad.
And so, Laughzilla penned this Hebrew or Syrians Fleeing Cartoon for The Daily Dose, in support of donating art to the #OccupyExodus movement, because the top 1% of refugees should not own more than half of all the mass migrations.
L'Chaim! L'Chaim! To Life! L'Chaim! 🙂
As the Jewish holiday of Passover arrived once again, in 2012 CE, Oy Vey thought it would be funny to recall one of the reasons the traditional meal is so well loved by so many who part take in the Seder. What magic ingredient makes it so wonderful? Four Cups of Wine.
This Happy Passover Wine editorial cartoon was drawn by Laughzilla and published on April 6, 2012.
Who Warms The Sun?
The Middle East offers the world of revolutionary technologies which are advancing the use of clean energy in culture and lifestyle.
Laughzilla thought it would be good to remind everyone about the leading varieties of alternative energy technologies and assets commonly available today, including: Solar, Wind, Water, Bio Energy, and the ships of the deserts, Camels.
So was this MidEast Clean Tech Cartoon borne by humor.
And so it was that the violence in Syria was dominating headlines in the middle of March, 2012, and Syria’s strongest neighbor, Israel, was not doing anything to help calm the situation, or support either side. The internationally acclaimed practice of political non-interference was at play. This, is realpolitik.
In response to this form of political idleness, Oy Vey and Laughzilla thought it would make a nice statement to draw an editorial cartoon to point out the hypocrisy of the Israeli government’s policy, given how many thousands of innocent civilians were being slaughtered in their neighboring state. Why not at least send humanitarian aid? Why not Love Thy Neighbor as the good book says.
Of course, the answer is, this is politics, and unfortunately for the people of Syria, their country is not blessed with large resources of oil or gas.
Confessions of God book title #OccupyReligion editorial cartoon and Top 10 Occupy Religion jokes
- “And as God gazed upon the breadth of his domain, he wept, for he realized that the people were too occupied with religion.” — Yasha Harari
- “Top 10 #OccupyReligion jokes”
- 10. #OccupySocialMedia – If Organized Religion was nearly as useful to you as Social Media, why are most of your friends not following your faith?
- 9. #OccupyTelevangelists – It makes great TV.
- 8. #OccupyInternet – If Religion is supposed to adhere to the old ways, why are there any religious websites?
- 7. #OccupyNature – If man was meant to follow any particular religion, why are there so many?
- 6. #OccupyScience – Religion proves that Science is imperfect, because .
- 5. #OccupyHaiku – Religion is good. It proves some adults, like kids, need supervision.
- 4. #OccupyBelief – If you can believe that Religion is part of God’s plan, then why did he give you one that makes your life so unpleasant.
- 3. #OccupySkepticism – 1% of the most powerful people believe what the other 99% know is nonsense.
- 2. #OccupyIndoctrination – Teaching our children that the best way to relate to religion is to stay out of it and exercise free will.
- … and the #1 Occupy Religion joke is:
- 1. #OccupyGod – Demanding a fair share of divinity, because the top 0.000000000000000000000000000001% of the Universe controls the welfare of the other 99.9999999999999999999999999999%.
- Reference: Yasha Harari for TheDailyDose.com.
Read more: http://thedailydose.com/2011/10/28/book-you-never-read-the-confessions-of-god/#ixzz1c5bMt6sd
Rosh HaShanah cartoon and Top 10 Jewish New Year jokes
- “Top 10 Jewish New Year jokes”
- 10. Honey, Apples and Pomegranate make a sweet Jewish new year holiday. Kvetching makes it bitter sweet.
- 9. Large festive gatherings on the Jewish New Year are a popular way for old feuds to be settled, and new ones to start.
- 8. It’s that time of year again, when Jews celebrate the New Year and take about a month of holidays to digest all the meals.
- 7. Q: What do Jewish American Princesses want for Rosh HaShanah? A: Good seat; at synagogue and at the restaurant.
- 6. Q: Why do Jews celebrate with sweet things on Rosh HaShanah? A: Because all too often the rest of the year is so bitter.
- 5. A Jew, a Christian, a Moslem and a Zen Buddhist all raise a glass on the Jewish New Year, and activists are upset about it.
- 4. Jews don’t typically celebrate the New Year getting wasted, because tomorrow will arrive soon enough, and really, who has time for a hangover?
- 3. Q: How many Jews does it take to change a light bulb on Rosh Hashanah? A: What? Change the light bulb, already. Don’t be a dumkopf.
- 2. Jewish New Year jokes are easy to tell among Goyim. You just start off with, “This is a funny Jewish joke. Believe me.”
- … and the #1 Jewish New Year joke is:
- 1. The Jewish New Year is not just an annual celebration of the Earth’s glorious orbit around the Sun. It’s a vital time for pomegranate, apple and honey merchants.
- Reference: Yasha Harari for TheDailyDose.com and OyVey.co.il.
Read more: http://thedailydose.com/2011/09/28/happy-new-year-rosh-hashanah-5772/#ixzz1ZFXFdRVR
Sarkozy Obama pressure Abbas and Netanyahu Political cartoon and Top 10 Mideast Peace Process jokes
- “September in New York … what better time and place is there to ignore major issues and focus on the neverending story known as the Mideast Peace Process?” — Yasha Harari
- “Top 10 Mideast Peace Process jokes”
- 10. If it walks, talks, looks, smells and sounds like a never ending war, it must be the Middle East Peace Process.
- 9. Efforts to diffuse the Mideast showdown are a perennial act at the United Nations, because no one can agree on whose felafel balls are the tastiest.
- 8. President Obama and President Sarkozy have been pressuring Palestinian President Abbas not to apply for statehood at the U.N., mostly by threatening to veto any such attempt, and by suggesting that there are other options available in the meantime, namely, negotiating the status quo until the Military Industrial Complex figures out the best way to monetize their side of the conflict.
- 7. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is terribly worried that the U.N. General Assembly will vote to recognize the State of Palestine, because it would mean the IDF will have to switch from crushing Palestinian terrorist cells to crushing a Palestinian terrorist army.
- 6. The truth is that the Palestinians are the last people who want to have a state of their own. After all, what donor nation will keep giving the Palestinians annual handouts to produce poorly made bombs and missiles?
- 5. Close quarters cause tensions, as witnessed in the Middle East Peace Process, and in the halls of the UN Headquarters.
- 4. Courageous visionaries are required to solve the Mideast Peace Process. The problem is that they’ve pretty much all been violently cowed and blinded by the warring parties.
- 3. The easiest way to solve the Mideast Peace Process is to vacate the entire Middle East of human beings, but then what would diplomats grandstand about every time they meet at the U.N.?
- 2. Never mind the Arab Spring, the tsunami and nuclear disaster in Japan, the terrible state of the world economy. The UN remains vigilantly focused on the sideshow issue of the Mideast Peace Process.
- … and the #1 Middle East Peace Process joke is:
- 1. As far as the United Nations bureaucrats and political windbags are concerned, when it comes to Mideast Peace, Process is better than Resolution.
- Reference: Yasha Harari for TheDailyDose.com.
Read more: http://thedailydose.com/2011/09/21/sarkozy-obama-pressure-abbas-netanyahu-on-un-platform/#ixzz1YfftNeli