An artist, director and screenwriter from Tiblisi, Georgia, Nugzar Metreveli who writes that his country is occupied by Russia has created some hilarious sketches of Mad Vlad the invader.
This cartoon shows the British Prime Minister and Ukrainian President Voldoymyr Zelensky creeping up behind Vladimir Putin flashing his private parts at a painting.
Last week Russian officials at the embassy in Switzerland took offence after Vladimir Putin was correctly branded a “war criminal” with a picture showing the despot leader as a clown with LGBTQ rainbow painted on his face.
The Russian officials were “outraged” over the hilarious picture and have condemned the newspaper who have threatened legal action which will most likely amount to nothing.
The Swiss newspaper Neue Zürcher wrote the headline “Between Superheroes and Villains: The Power of Memes in the Ukraine War.”
On the Russian embassy website in Zurich officials posted a letter showing their disgust and wrote to the editor-in-chief Eric Gujer, saying, “We are extremely outraged by the publication of an offensive cartoon depicting Russian President Vladimir Putin.”
The letter continues, “We believe that freedom of speech is in no way compatible with the freedom to spread insults and fakes. Recordings of Zelensky’s “extremely controversial performances… with an off-scale level of vulgarity” can be found online the Russian officials blasted.