Sunday, October 08, 2006

Cox and Forkum enter Holocaust Contest!

What a clever ruse!

The winners have yet to be announced, but the 200-plus finalists in Iran's "Holocaust International Cartoon Contest" were recently exhibited in Tehran and posted online.
And though not among the finalists, the above image was part of a cartoon accepted into the contest, one of over a thousand entries accepted. The cartoonist's name, Hugh Bradley, can be seen on the contest's list of participants under USA.

When I read this, I thought to myself "Anyone from the west who entered this contest must be a complete moonbat". Imagine my surprise when I read the following:

Obviously a cartoon featuring Adolf Hitler could be appropriate for such a contest, but there's more to the image than meets the eye. It also contains a hidden message critical of the Iranian regime.

We know this because "Hugh Bradley" is really Cox and Forkum.

I had higher hopes for this covert cartoon, but our efforts have become a "one that got away" story. In this unusually long post, I will reveal the hidden message, show the full cartoon as entered in the contest, recap the contest's history, and explain my intentions, all of which is in the "Continue Reading" link below.

Fantastic! And the hidden message in the cartoon is tremendous! Too bad they didn't win.

I wonder when Canada's sole entrant into the Holocaust-denying cartoon contest will reveal his cartoons. One wonders if he has something to hide!