From Michael Hudson: "A fiscal legacy of the colonels’ 1967-74 junta was tax evasion by the well to do. The “business-friendly” parties that followed were reluctant to tax the wealthy. A 2010 report stated that nearly a third of Greek income was undeclared, with “fewer than 15,000 Greeks declar[ing] incomes of over €100,000, despite tens of thousands living in opulent wealth on the outskirts of the capital."
Have you ever wondered what a child feels when her parents who seek freedom, humanity and justice are incarcerated unjustly?
This cartoon was and is inspired by all the children who had to experience this and their parents and the request of a friend who is participating at an event in Netherlands to raise awareness about this issue,
Anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child November 18, 2011 in Maastricht – the Netherlands.
You guys (#occupywallst) are the best of our generation! You are the only ones who actually had the guts to stand up to these tyrant corporations! Resist ... but be careful because the government and the NYPD are looking for an excuse to get rid of something very special!
VIVA #occupywallst <3
"I'm sorry madam, but according to the computer your husband was booked in for a hysterectomy."
The comic is already drawn, written and published but the first outlet we sent it to only wants attribution as being the first to publish. We'd like to share with the rest of the comics journalism community.
So here's the pitch: http://gapersblock.com/ac/2011/09/28/wedlock/
"Bearing in mind how he protected the armed forces and the NHS, I think we're in deep trouble."