Belly reshuffling

On the 28th of February of 1943, on a Sunday, the enslaved and starved Greeks buried Kostis Palamas at the First Cemetery of Athens.

Paraphrasing the unique phrase that Angelos Sikelianos said in this funeral: “On this coffin rests the whole of Greece”, I noted (on Greek) at the top of the drawing: “On this bellies rests the whole of Greece” inspired by the today reshuffling of the government by prime minister Georges Papandreou…

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