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September 11 eight years on by Latuff2 September 11 eight years on by Latuff2
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mrbill6ishere Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2016  Student General Artist
Hey filthy bastard, how about some respect for the thousands who died on that day.
OddGarfield Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2015  Student Interface Designer
You should be ashamed of making political cartoons of a terrorist attack that killed tens of thousands of innocent people, despite the nation that it happened in.
You should be ashamed of trusting your big brother government. Not you, just the sheeple who like to give up their rights for security.
OddGarfield Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2015  Student Interface Designer
I for one do not trust my federal government, especially not with Obama, and not all Americans give up their security for welfare checks so they can be lazy in life, only some.
FlutterCommunist Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2015
Good point.
ChristoMan Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
It's sad because some countries get attacks like this all the time, but when it's America apparently it's different :no: good cartoon :nod:
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QueenSaphira Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You forgot the people jumping out of the building.

I'm sure they think this is funny.
Zecorezecron Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Wow, your really an ass.
PsychedelicEndeavour Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012
This cartoon is so good exactly because it is controversial. It gets people talking and forces us to take time to think about a hard subject. Before people get worked up and comment on an image this provocative, they need to take some time to think deeply about the artist was trying to portray. Not all cartoons are meant to laugh at. They can be thought provoking too. The passing of 3000 or so innocent people is tragic, but I think everyone, and especially Americans, need to take a seriously look at what happened that day, beyond the stories on CNN.

Consider this, over 100,000 innocent civilians have been killed in Iraq alone since America started this atrocious war ([link]). One hundred thousand. Why is this not all over the American news? Why does this not sicken every American citizen as they were on 9/11? The idea of a national identity is a fallacy. Nations are imaginary lines drawn on one planet that is occupied by a fragile human species. There is no difference between your neighbour across the street and your neighbour across the ocean. The sooner we wake up from this fantasy the better off each and every one of us will be.
SegaDisneyUniverse Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2015  Student General Artist
LittleTamarin Featured By Owner May 29, 2013  Student General Artist
A bit late but...Deep.
YukisTwin1212 Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
So his legs represent the world trade center and it made america (uncle sam) angry. I dont know how to explain it but I do see what you mean in this cartoon somehow
The-Virgin-Suicide Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2011  Student Writer
An excellent political cartoon.
Animebj Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2011
I believe it entirely you would see this some other way if your family members or your relatives would have been lost into the attack. Towards us this is called dead person vilification, you towards you for "resistance".
dnise200284 Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2011
Lame. But you obviously got the attention you wanted. R.I.P. To the Victims of 9/11 World Trade Center attack.
jellyfish4321 Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2010
Hey we all understand your political views, but isn't there a better way to show them without hurting people? I mean, this really isn't a joke
TheGreatMC Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2010
TL;DR: LATUFF DID WTC! :furious:
ZombieLordo Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I don't really know what exactly I like about this one, but I do.

It's cute, it's humorous, it's too the point, albeit uncouth, and it's really expressive.

Congratulations, I think you've captured the measure of about how exactly pissed off America was, err rather, is about the event.
FreakyLaurent Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2010  Professional Photographer

tabacohabano Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Exactamente. como dijo uno antes, eso fue un ataque de bandera negra muy bien elaborado por ese mismo gobierno. Sin este atentado no hubieran podido ejercer su invasión en Afganistan y empezar la patraña de guerra global contra el terrorismo.
Donde les hace falta posicionarse, manda allí agentes para perpetrar ataques terroristas para desestabilizar al gobierno y colocar al paramilitar o cabeza de turno que ellos prefieran.
Por tanto creo que el dibujo, en mi opinión, se equivoca al mostrar el tio Sam molesto...porque tendría que darle un placer enorme ese avión metido por el culo :D

Un saludo Latuff! espero que comprendas el mensaje..
lolfinder99 Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2011
En realidad no fue así, el ataque terrorista existió. Lo único que pasó fue que dejaron golpearse para devolverlo peor. Algo así como "Tú me golpeas y yo te lo devuelvo más fuerte"
Arabian-Maiden Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2010
I bet that left a hug scar in his butt :rofl:
3beast Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2009
Excelent work.
BenHeine Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2009  Professional General Artist
haha, gorgeous
Poison-Poptart Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009

Sorry i know September 11th is nothing to laugh about, but your picture made me bust a gut!
WolfGrin Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
This made me laugh hard, not to offense the ones that died that day but this pic is just brilliant^^
NewPie Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
I find amusing that whenever someone posts something like this, the Americans go all spamming and insulting everyone.
It's like throwing a huge bag of meat into a lions cage.
TorutheAngel Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009
So what would you do if, say, someone did something in Portugal that cost thousands of lives and someone made fun of it?

Don't get me wrong, I'm not burned up about this, this guy's a complete dick and I've known that for the longest time. I'm just asking what you'd do in your country if a landmark wound up taking down 3000+ people and someone did something like this.
Gaelic-nautilus Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
The whole of the world has been bombed and attacked multiple times, the only times that the US has been attacked is WTC and Pearl Harbour. GET A GRIP, it was years ago.
NewPie Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
I'd probably be shocked like 1 year and then I'd get over it.
Seriously, it was eight years ago.

Are people going to start ranting if I make fun of the assassination of Jesse James?
TorutheAngel Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009
Nevermind that 'nothing to laugh about' thing in the first paragraph too, I contradicted myself and forgot to correct it.
NewPie Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
And even if you wanted to correct it, you couldn't since dA has this shitty comment system with no edit button.
TorutheAngel Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009
Exactly. XD
TorutheAngel Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009
Un... less I'm missing one other than the Outlaw and whatnot then I can't imagine, no.

Don't get me wrong, a time'll come when this is another thing to look back on, though, I can't see much to laugh about in this instance. Our kids and their kids will look back like we did on Pearl Harbor, the Holocaust or Hiroshima and Nagasaki, just another page in history to either take to heart or shrug off. Hell, even now there are some things I've offered a chuckle to regarding it. ( Family Guy, AMV Hell 4, ya know. XP )

Only problem I'm lookin' at here is that this guy's no better than any other political cartoonist. Dude's just looking to start shit, at which point the old saying 'No such thing as bad publicity' comes into play. I've kept quiet on his comics up 'til now, but this one's downright fucked up. Maybe he can't understand it since he wasn't here, but there's more to America than it's pocket book. ( Wish the politicians could figure that out, I sadly can't disagree there that 9/10 politicians are in it for themselves. ) I'm bothered because I saw, for however brief a time it lasted before life returned to normal, people raising their heads high in pride of being Americans, casting aside all this race and religious bullshit that's risen up ( especially with the last election. Ugh. ), and truly becoming one people.

I'm a hopeful, hopeless idealist, yeah, but to me this is like spitting in the face of every person in the United States, to everyone who was in those towers, the Pentagon, and the ones in the plane that went down in that field. I'm not honestly sure what I think of the war that's come of this, but I do know that 9/11 was a day displaying great tragedy and the true essence of humanity, helping each other when we need each other most, showing that, underneath every petty difference between us that there are still a lot of genuinely good, or at least not bad, people in the world.

Er, sorry, got a little lengthy there, but, I think like a book. XD; PARAGRAPHS!
NewPie Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
But you don't understand!
It's a cartoon. The job of a cartoon is to get something serious or recent, news, TV shows, anything, and make a caricature out of it.
I think he represents something like "it was a pain in the ass" or by uncle Sam's expression, something like "what the hell? Where did you come from"

It's known that Bush did a lot of damage to the American way of living. But at least the cartoons punish him accordingly.

I doubt he would make fun of the tragedy. But please, risen up a little. Even tough we weren't there we still lived it trough the TV, do you think that's not enough?
TV reporting broadcasts every single day, every single time of the day. Talking about conspiracies and replaying images just for the pure shock of the viewers.

It's not exactly the same, but the media sure did their job covering all of the act. Why don't you blame them? I mean, seriously. He did a cartoon, FOX did a whole broadcast for like 6 months or so.
Who's to blame about all of this hype? The Media. Not the artists that try to amuse us with something that might even open our eyes.
TorutheAngel Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009
Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that there weren't people all over the world who didn't feel it. Just when it's not your own country there's a certain sense of detachment I've become aware of. I didn't mean to imply that Americans were the only ones who had a grasp on the situation, the pain or anything like that. I've looked through the death tolls and seen names and people from dozens of countries.

I suppose the reason I have a hard time seeing this as amusing is because of a lot of his works prior to this. It's painted a picture of the type of message he sends, and I can, thinking about your words, also understand how else this can be interpreted. I'm not wild about Bush. Let's be frank, dude was an idiot. Not happy about our current president either, or the other option we had through the election.

You are right though, at the core of it all the media is to blame. It was well enough at the start, naturally everyone wants answers, and whatever came after that on new information would've been fine. But there are a lot of yellow journalists out there who just make money off of playing to please the public ear, rather than tell us what we need to know, the facts.

I will bow my head on this one in particular. I read the image with the history of images I've seen this guy produce rather than just the individual piece, so for that I apologize... Yeah, 9/11 was a HUGE pain in the ass. XD

On an ending note, I do enjoy these discussions. It's always great to hear from another side. =3
NewPie Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Sorry for the late reply, different time zones, etc..
Good to hear from you too :)
pendexo Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009
Making a warship with the remains of the WTC should have been an insult, but nobody complained because everyone was so eager to take revenge on the arabs that they saw it as something acceptable.
Bush told the rescue workers at ground zero that all the world would hear them.... and they heard! They heard the sound of gunfire, bombs falling and people dying on behalf of those who perished that day, because that's what became of 9/11, the evidence that USA wasn't untouchable, and all that came after, the payback of a nation who wanted blood in return for damaging their image in the world. There is no message of peace and conscience in the doings after 9/11, only wars, death, torture and lies and, I believe, that's more insulting and disrespectful to those who died than any drawing, speech or film. Using their death to justify the death of other innocents is overwhelming, is the logic of terrorism.
And that's what this drawing is trying to show, from my point of view, what a slap to the face of arrogance 9/11 was to the goverment and it's citizens.
sansanchez Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2009
I like your cartoons but this one is quite disgusting.
A-Good-Mourning Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2009
lol people are taking it the wrong way. hahah
Miyiku Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2009
I read a lot of comments against this piece. I like it because it makes fun of the US goverment. NOT the US people.

Why americans are so sensitive to the 9/11? They keep making fun about the swine flu that hit Mexico in May... A lot of people died and ARE DIYING due the swine flu and I've seen some US t-shirt saying horrible things TO THE MEXICANS. Now that's disrespect.


About the piece: Great work. Love the political implications of this XD
TorutheAngel Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009
The answer's in your own words, believe it or not. Pardon my butting in, just saying.

It's perspective. It hits home hard for people in their own country, but it's easy to shrug off in another.

9/11 occurs, America weeps, some circles in the Middle East throw parties, the rest of the world generally says 'Those poor people' and moves on with their day.

Hurricanes hit the Gulf Coast, the people there panic, seek shelter, gather what's important to them. The rest of the world just sees another big, watery tornado.

The war between Israel and Palestine in the Gaza Strip back in January, the rest of the world says 'For shame' or 'It's their right', but no one intervenes or cares to on either side and the politicians just waggle fingers at each other.

'Different strokes for different folks' is the saying. Sadly, with the labels we have between countries like we do between our own people within the countries, it's very hard to unify the world on something, when it takes a tragedy, and epidemic or a natural disaster just to unify a country.
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