If you look closely at this cartoon there’s a richness of detail that escapes the eye at first glance. In the lower right corner, Russia is depicted as an industrial power.
The pigs actually appear to be piggy banks. Look at the slots in their backs and note that one pig has money sticking out of the slot. I don’t understand the significance of that symbolism.
The bear appears to be a friendly fellow, not menacing at all.
What triggered the European cucks is probably the gay rainbow flag. These morons defend homos on the basis of that Marxist “inclusion” idea, but it probably upsets them to be portrayed as greedy, piggy fags.
Maybe you’ll also see more symbolism in this little bit of nose tweeking by an ever more confident Russia.
Tensions between Russia and the West are high, but it seems the Russian Embassy has little desire to extend an olive branch after posting a mocking cartoon depicting Europeans as ‘gay pigs’.
The illustration, which was posted to Twitter by the UK embassy on Saturday, shows Russia as a muscular tight T-shirt wearing bear, flexing in front of pigs in a camp emblazoned with a Eurozone sign and Pride flag.
Above the drawing, the embassy wrote: ‘If Russia is in decline, why worry? Maybe, real worry is West’s decline and that we manage things better?’
The post has been highly criticised with it even suggest the camp was intended to look like Auschwitz or other concentration camps.
It comes with tensions high between Europe and Russia with Russia last week sailing warships down the English Channel on the way to Syria.
The Kremlin has also been criticised for repressive measures against the LGBT community causing President Vladimir Putin to claim homophobia in the country had been ‘deliberately exaggerated’ by Western media.
The Russian Embassy told metro.co.uk only the illustrator could comment on the drawing, adding: ‘We can’t otherwise explain all the ado about Russia minding its business relatively well and managing several international crises at the same time.’