Forever Under Construction

Can’t decide

Posted in cartoon, Personal by homeyra on August 17, 2009

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I can’t decide which one gets more on my nerves.
This kind of mainstream sensationalism or the progressive side of the blogosphere turning a blind eye on any misdeed by anyone “perceived” as a darling-imperialism-basher.
And that includes friends and favorite blogs.

Posted in cartoon by homeyra on August 14, 2009


Mana Neyestani – Click picture

I just liked this title: Reading Iranian Notes but Not Hearing the Music

Asymmetric protectionism

Posted in cartoon, Financial crisis by homeyra on April 12, 2009


Aref-Adib‘s take on the banking crisis

An interesting selection of interviews at P U L S E: G20: Mission Impossible? A few quotes from Tony Benn:

  • If you talk about a global answer to a global crisis, you can’t just talk about the movement of capital, now we are told all the time we must not have protectionism, but the most powerful protectionism in the world is immigration policy. Capital can move anywhere in the world to boost its profits. But labor can’t move because of the immigration control. Now I am raising huge questions, I recognize that. But if it is legitimate for a big American company to go to Malaysia where the waging are low and triple their profit, why shouldn’t a Malaysian looking for highway just go to America?
  • Who elected the IMF? To whom are they accountable?

  • If we are going to have a global structure, who is going to control it? Is it going to be just controlled by the bankers and big companies or is it going to be more democratic?

Tony Benn’s website and the five questions one should ask the powerful.

The Crisis of Credit Visualized

meet mathissee

Posted in Blogosphere, cartoon, Middle East by homeyra on March 24, 2007

Ben & PPGG

Posted in Art, Blogosphere, cartoon by homeyra on December 26, 2006

I have just discovered this post about PPGG through Ressentiment. I wish to take part in this celebration.

Ben Heine did not have the right map to draw it correctly … oops!….I get it: he drew it upside down to have the heart in the right place.


All makes sense, the map, the portrait, the book

Update: To have a feel of PPGG’s interests and personality have a look at her last post.


Posted in cartoon by homeyra on December 15, 2006


By blogger and great cartoonist Nik


Posted in cartoon, Football, Iran by homeyra on November 29, 2006


Iran Suspended By Fifa Loopy – Cartoon by Nik

Update: 11/29 Fifa has provisionally reinstated the Iranian Football federation.


Posted in cartoon by homeyra on November 11, 2006

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The Ca$h of Civilizations

Posted in cartoon by homeyra on November 5, 2006


Touka Neyestani has nothing to do with the title.


Posted in cartoon by homeyra on November 4, 2006

Tintin In Tehran

Posted in cartoon by homeyra on October 25, 2006

This is an old one but I still like it. By Zartosht Soltani


Update July2007
Zartosht’s website seems to have been removed, if you know the new link please let me know

Relevant links:
Tintin in Iran: the unofficial place for Iranian Tintin fans
Thus spoke Zartosht Soltani