The famous Chinese exiled painter "Badiucao" recently painted Putin's "Russian Roulette" painting, but it was not allowed to be published in newspapers because it contained "suicidal behavior".

(Picture taken from Badiucao's Twitter)

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[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] Russia's invasion of Ukraine has aroused condemnation from the international community, and many people expressed their protests against the war with their writing.

The well-known Chinese exiled painter "Badiucao" recently created political satirical cartoons with the theme of Putin and "Russian Roulette", but Australian newspapers refused to publish them on the grounds that the paintings contained "suicidal acts".

"Badiucao" posted a PO on Twitter today (25th), saying that he drew a series of cartoons about Putin, which will be published in The Sydney Morning Herald and The Century in Australia next Monday. (The Age).

However, the manga was not accepted and was requested to be revised for showing "suicidal behavior".

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The text of "Badiucao" is attached to his work, which shows that Putin loaded bullets with the words "invasion", "mobilization order" and "nuclear weapons" into the revolver chamber of a revolver, and then Aim at your head.

However, unlike the general "Russian Roulette" where empty magazines are left, Putin's revolver is full of bullets.

And "Badiucao" also attached the same type of drawings in the comment area, and mentioned that similar cartoons are not uncommon.

However, netizens also believed that something was wrong, and he also replied to netizens that he would revise the cartoon and publish it again.

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This cartoon on Putin was planned to publish with next Monday's @theage and @smh.


However it was not accepted and have to be modified due to showing 'action of suicide' .


So i decide to post it here now.



Tell me what do you think?

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— Bad ї ucao (@badiucao) September 25, 2022