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Posts Tagged ‘austerity

Poverties

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poverties-banks-bailouts

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There will be a financial Nuremberg in Spain/Europe someday…

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Written by Jules

December 17, 2013 at 10:04 am

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Removing duplications

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removing-duplications

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The Spanish Government, under the command of the Troika (the IMF, the ECB and the European Commission) and using the deficit as an excuse, has developed a plan in order to reduce expenditure by removing redundant public organisms, mainly at regional and local levels. A further step towards the demolition of the Spanish (and European) welfare state.

Written by Jules

June 24, 2013 at 10:09 am

Red lines

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red-lines

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One day we’ll cross them back… or we won’t.

The cartoon at Open Society

Written by Jules

April 1, 2013 at 10:04 am

More than a filling

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filling-troika-financial-hole

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“We are the stuffed men”, wrote T.S. Eliot. But the truth is that we are no more than filling.

Well, at least the Cypriot Parliament turned off Troika’s tap yesterday, giving us, South Europeans, something to cheer up for a while. Let’s see how long it will last, but right now I can only say… In your face, Angela!

Link to the cartoon at Open Society


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Written by Jules

March 20, 2013 at 9:03 am

Euro butchery

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euro-butchery

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Meat the PIIGS!

This is my first original collaboration with Open Society, a web focused on political and economic analysis. They have been publishing some of my emprerdedor cartoons as well, this one and that one.

Original cartoon’s link

Written by Jules

March 13, 2013 at 9:45 am

Science cuts

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science-cuts

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This is my first collaboration with La Isla de los Delfines (The Dolphins Island), a Spanish environmental blog edited by a couple of fellow biologists. The cartoon tries to picture the effect of current austerity measures on Spanish science.

Original cartoon’s link

Written by Jules

March 4, 2013 at 1:00 pm