Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Today, reading an article, "Appeasing the Nuke Madman" by veteran warmonger, Michael Goodman, in New York Post, I was amused to find an image of Ahmadinejad riding the rocket like a wild cowboy, except the picture looked too familiar. In 2006 I made a cartoon almost with exact image but the character was Kim Jong Il. It's not the first time my ideas reappeared in the Post, but shall I console myself by reminding: "Imitation is the greatest form of flattery?" Days before 9/11, I was visiting Moscow and stayed at the Metropole Hotel, where the late Kim Jong Il was also lodging. The place was flooded with an army of his bodyguards. Later I found out he never spent a night there. He arrived in the bulletproof train and bunkered on his premises. Now his new nest is underground. Amen!