Political CartoonsPost-Brexit, after Theresa May triggers article 50
Post-Brexit. Credit: Sabiha Awanzai Mahmoud. April 21, 2017. Copyright 2017

Post-Brexit, after Theresa May triggers article 50

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“…and in the end, Britain, which had colonised the world, destroyed itself in fantasies that it was being colonised in turn.”

Post-Brexit. Credit: Sabiha Awanzai Mahmoud. April 21, 2017. Copyright 2017

Post-Brexit. Credit: Sabiha Awanzai Mahmoud. April 21, 2017. Copyright 2017


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British born, from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Photojournalist, conceptual artist and political cartoonist. The powerful tool of a cartoon is more than just a humorous diversion, I hope it to be a means of political expression and giving a voice to those silenced.

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  • john Millher:

    This is a stupid drawing based on a fantasy by someone in a poor commonwealth praying tht Britain will fail once it Brexits (it won’t). New Zealand, Canada, Australia, and The United States have all been just fine and what do they have in common? They are former British colonies that share western culture and values. And so Britain will be just fine post-Brexit. I know you want it to fail because it would prove you globalist agenda correct but at some point you will need to accept that the Eu is failing and people are wising up to this fact. Perhaps instead of focusing on Europes current problems your time would be better spent critiquing your own country (Pakistan) which has so many problems. Whether it’s worsening women’s rights, tolerance of minorities, freedom of religion, or even vaccination against polio Pakistan is falling behind. Your country could truly benefit from a viewpoint as critical as your own. Maybe one day you’ll even be brave enough to draw a cartoon of Mohammed!

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