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Submitted on: Sep 14, 2001 at 08:36
By: Dominic Erba e-mail:
Comments: we are resolute, we will not be intimidated by these sick acts of insane extreemists and we will defeat this threat to civilized society. we in the US thank our British friends... the cartoons today are right on and say more the words...thanks

Submitted on: Sep 14, 2001 at 20:44
By: An American e-mail:
Comments: We'll go forward from this moment by Leonard Pitts Jr. of the Miami Herald

It's my job to have something to say. They pay me to provide words that help make sense of that which troubles the American soul. But in this moment of airless shock when hot tears sting disbelieving eyes, the only thing I can find to say, the only words that seem to fit, must be addressed to the unknown author of this suffering.

You monster. You beast. You unspeakable bastard.

What lesson did you hope to teach us by your coward's attack on our

World Trade Center, our Pentagon, us? What was it you hoped we would learn?

Whatever it was, please know that you failed.

Did you want us to respect your cause? You just damned your cause.

Did you want to make us fear? You just steeled our resolve.

Did you want to tear us apart? You just brought us together.

Let me tell you about my people. We are a vast and quarrelsome family, a family rent by racial, social, political and class division, but a family nonetheless. We're frivolous, yes, capable of expending tremendous emotional energy on pop cultural minutiae -- a singer's revealing dress, a ball team's misfortune, a cartoon mouse. We're wealthy, too, spoiled bythe ready availability of trinkets and material goods, and maybe because of that, we walk through life with a certain sense of blithe entitlement.

We are fundamentally decent, though -- peace-loving and compassionate. We struggle to know the right thing and to do it. And we are, the overwhelming majority of us, people of faith, believers in a just and loving God. Some people -- you, perhaps -- think that any or all of this makes us weak. You're mistaken. We are not weak. Indeed, we are strong in ways that cannot be measured by arsenals.

Yes, we're in pain now. We are in mourning and we are in shock. We're still grappling with the unreality of the awful thing you did, still working to make ourselves understand that this isn't a special effect from some Hollywood blockbuster, isn't the plot development from a Tom Clancy novel. Both in terms of the awful scope of their ambition and the probable final death toll, your attacks are likely to go down as the worst acts of terrorism in the history of the United States and, probably, the history of the world. You've bloodied us as we have never been bloodied before.

But there's a gulf of difference between making us bloody and making us fall. This is the lesson Japan was taught to its bitter sorrow the last time anyone hit us this hard, the last time anyone brought us such abrupt and monumental pain. When roused, we are righteous in our outrage, terrible in our force. When provoked by this level ofbarbarism, we will bear any suffering, pay any cost, go to any length, in the pursuit of justice.

I tell you this without fear of contradiction. I know my people, as you, I think, do not. What I know reassures me.

In the days to come, there will be recrimination and accusation, fingers pointing to determine whose failure allowed this to happen and what can be done to prevent it from happening again. There will be heightened security, misguided talk of revoking basic freedoms. We'll go forward from this moment sobered, chastened, sad. But determined, too. Unimaginably determined.

You see, the steel in us is not always readily apparent. That aspect of our character is seldom understood by people who don't know us well. On this day, the family's bickering is put on hold.

As Americans we will weep, as Americans we'll mourn, and as Americans, we will rise in defense of all that we cherish.

So I ask again: What was it you hoped to teach us? It occurs to me that maybe you just wanted us to know the depths of your hatred. If that's the case, consider the message received. And take this message in exchange: You don't know my people. You don't know what we're capable of. You don't know what you just started.

But you're about to learn.

Submitted on: Sep 14, 2001 at 21:39
By: Chris Green, Memphis, TN e-mail:
Comments: Words cannot express the sadness of the American people at this time. We are grateful to our British friends for their support. God bless America and God bless the United Kingdom.

Submitted on: Sep 15, 2001 at 14:36
By: johann wessels e-mail:
Comments: Leonard... and all the people of the USA... coming from a wild and lawless society in Africa, I do not need to be American to understand your pain... the values are universal and cross barriers. As a human I stand with you all... as an artist I shall wield my pen alongside your weapons. As a one time fireman... I am awed by the work the emergency workers are doing...truly they are giants amongst us in these days. My heartfelt salute to you all... Johann

Submitted on: Sep 15, 2001 at 15:22
By: mike clarke e-mail:
Comments: thanx, Brits--we yanks know we can depend on you !

Submitted on: Sep 16, 2001 at 22:36
By: srussell e-mail:
Comments: Many thanks to all who continue to pray for families to heal and be comforted. Our prayers are with you as well. God bless you and keep you and grant you His perfect peace. Love from Susie in America

Submitted on: Oct 1, 2001 at 14:19
By: Patti (Sis) e-mail:
Comments: Great site! Great insight! You're the best!

Submitted on: Oct 2, 2001 at 19:33
By: sandi e-mail: anjo99_98
Comments: This is a wonderful endeavor. How creative, and typical, of cartoonist who want to help alleviate some of our pain, if just for a short while, while we are reading. And, at the same time, these cartoons are very much on target. Hope our president takes a look.

Submitted on: Oct 16, 2001 at 17:04
By: Frank D. Polley e-mail:
Comments: It has been just over one month now...and is truly a sad time in World history! May we all share in our sadness, grief and anger over the terrorist attacks of September 11th. May our prayers and support be with those who suffered during these terrible and fanatical acts. May we pray for innocent people everywhere and for the military to have God speed in quickly and properly dealing with those who perpetrated these horrendous matter where they may be. And...may our global RESOLVE mean terrorist DESOLVE!

Submitted on: Oct 20, 2001 at 17:24
By: Raquel Orzuj e-mail:

Submitted on: Oct 23, 2001 at 05:19
By: Devakrishna Marco Giollo e-mail:
Comments: Osho discourse on terrorism and World Trade Center and Pentagon Terrorist Attack - USA, Bush wants Bin Laden Dead or Alive at:

Submitted on: Nov 10, 2001 at 00:20
By: Hinda e-mail:
Comments: It is still like a nightmare - it feels like it - everywhere you look - you see the distrust in people. Hate has a new outlook now - and it is also in this country. KKK membership is on the rise. Yes we are living in fear - and we are experiencing something like a depression. But the world now has a true taste of what extremists can do in any faith whether they be Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist. The answer would be to educate. Not to make the world into a true Christian world as Bush is trying to do. He has declared this a Christian Crusade more than once in not only in the USA but towards the world.

Submitted on: Nov 10, 2001 at 00:24
By: Sandi e-mail:
Comments: I'll never forget the view I recently saw from the Rainbow Room in NYC....a beautiful view of the skyline, and in the middle, two huge smoke stacks, and this was 6 weeks after 9/11. Makes me wonder if things will ever return to how they were? Nah, don't think so!!! That's why I'm so pleased to see this site, brings a little humor to such a tragedy. We can all use that.

Submitted on: Nov 22, 2001 at 15:06
By: Paul Walston e-mail:
Comments: We just do our job and wish there was more we could do to help people. Firefighters are a family and it's hard to lose a member. Everyone needs a lot of prayer. Paul

Submitted on: Nov 22, 2001 at 15:07
By: Rick Defer e-mail:
Comments: Thanks for the stuff you are doing. I am a retired Fireman and was watching Squawk Box on the morning of 9-11 when the fella talking had an enlargement of his eyes as he had a clear view out a window of the first plane impact. From that moment on I was glued to the reports and all the TV coverage. After the second impact we all knew then what our guys were fighting. As everyone was leaving the guys were going in, as usual. Since, I have been overcome with the knowledge of what murder looks like up close. That's right, they are not freedom fighters, they are murders and cowards. I pray everyday for our guys and for President Bush. I thank God everyday that Gore was not elected. We are in such good hands now between the Lord Jesus Christ, President Bush and staff, but not in the least our Military. I know the US Military comes once again, to the aid of the World. Praise the Lord. Rick Defer AKA Duff

Submitted on: Nov 22, 2001 at 17:45
By: Retired firefighters of Long Island, N.Y. e-mail:
Comments: Appreciate your thoughts on the September 11, cowardly attack on civilians, received your cartoon of the American flag and will place in on our web site with your permission.

Submitted on: Nov 22, 2001 at 19:17
By: Mike McDonald e-mail:
Comments: Great Site! THX for all your organization is doing to sooth the hurt. Mike

Submitted on: Nov 22, 2001 at 22:13
By: John Anderson e-mail:
Comments: Friends; Are there many among us who have not least tried cartooning at one time or another? I think not. Not many at all. Perhaps this is part of the reason so many are drawn to professionals' pictures carrying a thousand words. In the Islamic world, perpetrators of 9/11 have become (or are becoming) widely regarded as failures and objects of ridicule. I say keep up the assault in cartoons until those who are not already convinced are more ready to become convinced ..........that terrorism has failed, abjectly and miserably. While it is sin like murder to kill the spirit of the righteous, in my opinon it is a public service to depict in a ridiculous way the dark spirit guiding the perpertrators of terrorism. Drawn this ;-).............Terrorists as losers. Best; John Anderson Global Emergency Response Calgary

Submitted on: Nov 23, 2001 at 11:22
By: Jcarrillo e-mail:
Comments: Thank you ...

Submitted on: Nov 23, 2001 at 12:41
By: Tad Dillon e-mail:
Comments: Thank you for recognizing the heroism of so many who lost their lives in the line of duty on Sept. 11, and those who continue "doing their jobs" every day.

Submitted on: Nov 23, 2001 at 20:50
By: JP Clinton e-mail:

Submitted on: Nov 23, 2001 at 23:09
By: Bob e-mail:
Comments: Thanks, it's nice to know there is world wide support.

Submitted on: Nov 24, 2001 at 15:01
By: V.J. BARROW (JUNIOR) e-mail:
Comments: I am a Paid Call Firefighter and EMT with the CDF/County Fire Department, Meridian Company 36, located east of Paso Robles, Ca. My wife and I were traveling across the U.S. when tragedy struck. We had friends in New York, and children of friends were there. We are thankful that our loved ones survived. We are devastated because of the loss of fellow firefighters and the sorrow it has brought their families. We also recognize the need to feel that same devastation for those who were in or near the WTC who also lost their lives, those that weren't firefighters or policemen, the ones on the planes, and those in the Pentagon, and our hearts go out to those families affected by this horrible act. Our prayers are with all of you, and you will forever be in our thoughts. God Bless you all.

Submitted on: Nov 25, 2001 at 18:00
By: Denis Murphy e-mail:

Submitted on: Nov 27, 2001 at 11:48
By: Paul D. Pudenz e-mail:
Comments: What can be said that has not already been said about this horror? My brother, Steve, lives in Manhattan Island. He was to the site a few days ago. He says it is now a large hole that remains a sword in his heart. Here in Southern California, I don't think we can really appreciate the full impact of this on the New York City people. It was such a horrible thing. It has brought us all together, though. It is going to be a tough Christmas for those families who lost loved ones. We can only support them. They are all heroes. God bless them, one and all.

Submitted on: Nov 27, 2001 at 13:11
By: Christopher Rush e-mail:
Comments: CAT- Humor, and compassion go together well!

Submitted on: Nov 28, 2001 at 13:40
By: Barbara Matheson e-mail:
Comments: I am a firefighter's wife and I am thankful every day that he returns home to me. My heart goes out to the wives and families of the firefighters and police personnel as well as everyone else who were lost in the 9/11 attack. I have great faith that every citizen in the U.S. will be standing together and remain strong during this emergency. As everyone is saying now "United we stand!"

Submitted on: Nov 29, 2001 at 18:19
By: Steve Corbone e-mail:
Comments: Thanks for the great picture and the kind words. I hope all is well at the "Times" and please extend my thank you to all at the London Times. Steve Carbone Recording Secretary Uniformed Fire Officers Association New York City

Submitted on: Dec 11, 2001 at 12:18
By: w.t. doar e-mail:
Comments: I find your cartoon page very balanced and humourous. It also has some thought provoking themes.

Submitted on: Jan 17, 2002 at 03:13
By: Rich e-mail:
Comments: Thanks for all your responses to our website. Thanks to all the cartoonists who have contributed to their cartoons. Some very powerful stuff here! -Webmaster

Submitted on: Jan 23, 2002 at 17:59
By: Venetia Ghozlan e-mail:
Comments: I stared in shock as I watched those planes dive into those buildings, over and over, again and as a writer of poetry was compelled to put my feeling/thoughts to paper. I had my first bout of writers block..... after writing for over twenty years. Neither my words nor my tears can wash that sight away. And I can only say Kaddish for all who have died.....

Submitted on: Jan 27, 2002 at 14:21
By: Ermal Walden Williamson e-mail:
Comments: Congratulations on a great page. Love it.

Submitted on: Feb 10, 2002 at 23:32
By: Rich e-mail:
Comments: Thanks to all who have stopped by and expressed their true feelings. Keep 'em coming!

Submitted on: Mar 3, 2002 at 09:45
By: 27 IDX 106 - Odinn e-mail:
Comments: Good webpage you have here, and best greetings to you all And You Are --> WELCOME

Submitted on: Mar 14, 2002 at 13:27
By: Brianna Rhames e-mail:

Submitted on: Mar 20, 2002 at 11:56
By: Robert Sparnicht e-mail:
Comments: What a wonderful world this could be. Lets not allow them, government or terrorists to screw it up! But, I think we have a fight on our hands!

Submitted on: Mar 22, 2002 at 14:05
By: e-mail:
Comments: testing

Submitted on: Mar 30, 2002 at 23:39
By: Charlotte e-mail:
Comments: Your cartoons hit home. Excellent. Thank You. Talent is exceptional

Submitted on: Apr 10, 2002 at 19:32
By: Lea Brown e-mail:
Comments: Hi. I just wanted to say what a great site you have. In all the tragedy and blood shed around the world ,you brought a smile to my face .When my father was living, he taught my sisters and brothers that laughter is good for the soul.One of my favorites on C.A.T is the one with the grim reaper. My husband hs seen the real death angel. Two years ago he was near deaths door from a serious complication from a major operation. He told me what he had seen. It really made me stand up and think. I know what the Grim Reaper represents and he is tuging at the world to take as many humans as possible. Feel free if you can sketch anything from what i am saying. Keep the good work up. A Jewish friend sent this site to me. I love it. Laughter we need a lot of .May God Bless all of you and keep you safe and at peace.

Submitted on: Apr 11, 2002 at 10:44
By: texier e-mail:
Comments: Wonderfulll!!!!!!

Submitted on: Apr 14, 2002 at 01:07
By: ATC e-mail:
Comments: RiP.

Submitted on: May 25, 2002 at 09:33
By: Lila e-mail:
Comments: Check this out people!

Submitted on: May 25, 2002 at 09:34
By: Lila e-mail:
Comments: Attention, Terrorists! Want to quit? Click

Submitted on: Jul 9, 2002 at 22:20
By: Kelly Ann Carter e-mail:
Comments: as a personal note i love the cartoons about 911. its about time someone relayed the message that everyone can understand. i was in delaware at the time of the tragedy. i was to fly home around that time out of dc...for some reason i had a gut feeling that i should i did...iam glad that i did. i have talked to some of the nypd and fire dept that was involved...they are truely the heroes risking there lives to salvage ours. god bless you guys... as for the extra security it really helping...i hope so ... although do to the fiance (who is from iceland) and i have had our share of problems to be together and to wedd. thanks to 911. so this is getting even more personal. i have no choice but to wed in iceland instead of the land of the free and the great american melting pot. for gods sakes he is icelandic...we have a treaty with them and have our military there protecting them.. they are not these Binladden freaks with college passports... to protect we have to give up freedom or be free and suffer the rath of some damn terrorist that has a grudge against america for what reason??? he being welcomed here and have a choice to be american and have the same rights as us but thats not good enough? what the hell is going on in this world.....well...i know my rights and i know that i am an american and damn proud and i will have my beloved icelandic husband to come home to....hehheh..way to go Bush...thank god it didnt happen when Clinton was in office... what the hell would have happened then....thanks for the opportunity to vent....i needed it! Keep up the good work!!! i love it!! --kelly ann

Submitted on: Jul 31, 2002 at 09:35
By: TTT e-mail:
Comments: Terrorism sucks.

Submitted on: Oct 23, 2002 at 16:46
By: Amanda e-mail:
Comments: hey thx for the cartoons... they are awesome

Submitted on: Oct 25, 2002 at 21:06
By: Dick(Great Auk)Short e-mail:
Comments: No more will the free world allow a bunch of cowards intimadate us with these acts and its time to go into battle with our sheilds up and phasers and photon torredos at the ready

Submitted on: Nov 12, 2002 at 20:57
By: Dick(Great Auk)Short e-mail:
Comments: Better to support our fight against the terrorists then to listen to all those idiots yammering about peace but showing only their cowardly personlaliets

Submitted on: Nov 26, 2002 at 14:35
By: John McIver e-mail:
Comments: Your definition - "the use of violence against civilians to promote a cause so unpopular that it cannot succeed without intimidation." -Marilyn vos Savant - is excellent. As a follow-up, I would call terrorism "Acts of malevolence and inhumanity by extremists, who, the rest of us (around 6 billion) will, by our very humanity, unswervingly oppose, and defeat."

Submitted on: Apr 05, 2003 at 09:09
By: Pat e-mail:
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By: Pat e-mail:
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Submitted on: Apr 14, 2003 at 20:47
By: Wendy Babiak e-mail:
Comments: Hi Rick! I love it. Some very funny stuff here, and Lord and Lady know we need some laughter these days! Thanks.

Submitted on: Aug 02, 2003 at 00:29
By: Nat Belin e-mail:
Comments: CHECK OUT MY WEB AT And get back with me on what you think of my art, Thanks !

Submitted on: Aug 07, 2003 at 16:39
By: Jamal e-mail:
Comments: your hilarious rick london!... ...almost....poke fun and attempt humiliating a religeon over 1 billion people follow...and then honorably denounce terrorism... your a very honest and caring individual... do you see people writing folk songs degrading christians..despite the fact that it is the christian soldiers and government figures of the U.S and Britain that have brought upon more deaths to the people of this world than any other race or make fun..enjoy..take pride in your work..cause it truly is amazing how you could. allahuakbar.


NOTE: With all due respect to Jamal, Islamic/Muslim slams are NOT intended. If there are particular cartoons that seem to, let us know. You will also note that some of the cartoonists are Muslim. CAT's intent is to ridicule terrorism and terrorists without regard to race, creed, color or religious affilliation. That most terrorists today are associating themselves with extremist Islamic factions is not the fault of mainline Islamic religion (although a more active denunciation of terrorism would be appreciated). BTW - the US has never mobilized a Christian military or crusade, nor engaged in a holy war, that most US soldiers are Christian is simply coincidence and irrelevant. Europe, of course, has but it's been a while and is doubtful to occur again (or at least not in the near future). -The management.

Submitted on: Aug 08, 2003 at 02:06
By: Rick London e-mail:
Comments: The following is an email I received from a "Jamal" who predictably was afraid to put his last name or email address. Nevertheless Salam Jamal. I'll take your points one at a time. Hope this helps. By: Jamal e-mail: Comments: your hilarious rick london! Thanks, tell that to my mom. She wanted a doctor. ... ...almost (agree with you on "almost" but I work hard at it)....poke fun and attempt humiliating a religeon (its religion) over 1 billion people follow (I have never once denounced Islam and, in fact, sat on the board of directors of the Eritrean Relief Fund. I have done more volunteer work for Moslems than ANY other group. I don't judge a person by their religion but by their character. Rubin, the Jew from the JDL, and Timothy McVeigh (Oklahoma City, a Christian) are/were as much monsters as bin Laden. I have made more fun of them in cartoons than bin Laden, and I have NEVER attacked Islam as a religion nor would I ever. I will satirize it, but I will do so with Judiasm, Chritianity, Buddhism, etc), but never attack it as "evil". It's not evil. Some people within it are evil. That is who I attack with satire (not guns or bombs incidentally). Nich...and then honorably denounce terrorism... your a very honest and caring individual (I like tot think I am. I am reminded of the Irish prayer "God, please make me half the man my dog thinks I am)... do you see people writing folk songs degrading christians (EVERY DAY and usually they are Christians)..despite the fact that it is the christian soldiers and government figures of the U.S and Britain that have brought upon more deaths to the people of this world than any other race or disease (PLEASE PROVIDE STATISTICS ON THAT ONE, OTHERWISE PURE BS). We saved more Moslems in Bosnia and Iraq than both their leaders killed (and the leader in Serbia/Bosnia was a Christian...we took the Moslem side.......wouldn't you say you need a little more education Jamal before posting on such a site as ours?) make fun (I will. It took a long time to make an art form of making fun..enjoy (believe me I do)..take pride in your work (pride can be destructive but I am somewhat proud) ..cause it truly is amazing how you could.(again, my mother agrees with you. May Allah be with you, Jamal. Now get a life. allahuakbar.

Submitted on: Aug 08, 2003 at 02:09
By: Rick London e-mail:
Comments: PS: One of CAT's most popular cartoonists was the late Khalil of the Arab News, a strong supporter of the Palestinian cause. I had the option to tell him "no" he could not join, because my political ideas were different. But Khalil was a brilliant cartoonist,a beautiful person, and a great talent. I wish he was still with us. He was a Moslem by the way. Jamil, you seem to simply hate Jews and Christians. Its hard to unlearn that. Education helps. Please go for it. Khalil and I got along for a lifetime. We differed in philosophies (strongly) but we focused on each others good points. That is how peace is created. Seems like you don't want peace. That's very sad.

Submitted on: Nov 07, 2003 at 18:53
By: reis e-mail:
Comments: Like many of the comics illustrate. Who is the terrorist. Somtimes it hurts to see yourself in the mirror and know that you might not be the good guy. War solves nothing. But it does create-it creates hate, misery, fear and anger!!!

Submitted on: Dec 23, 2003 at 06:23
By: John Hall e-mail:
Comments: The following book tells us about Sweden's crucial role in supplying Nazi Germany iron ore and military facilities. Especially notorious for their support to the Nazis were the Wallenberg family, SEB bank and SKF factory. The Swedish government was responsible for the most iron ore the Nazis received. Kiruna-Gällivare ore fields in Northern Sweden were all important to Nazi Germany. These massive deliveries of iron ore and military facilities from Sweden to Nazi Germany lengthened World War II. Casualties of the war have been estimated at 20 million killed in Europe. How many of them died due to Sweden's material support to Nazi Germany, is not known. Gerard Aalders and Cees Wiebes The Art of Cloaking Ownership: The Secret Collaboration and Protection of the German War Industry by the Neutrals: The Case of Sweden. The University of Michigan Press. 208 pp. 1996 Fritz, Martin. Swedish iron ore and German steel, 1939-1940. Scandinavian Economic History Review 21, no.2: 133-144. 1985. Firms located in 'neutral' Sweden supported the Nazis' financial and industrial leadership. The case of Enskilda, a bank owned by the still powerful Wallenberg family, proved to be particularly interesting. Among other things, Enskilda acted as a cloak for the Nazi regime and helped important German corporations like Bosch, IG Farben and Krupp to hide their foreign subsidiaries in order to avoid confiscation by the Allied governments.

Submitted on: Jan 07, 2004 at 12:35
By: Palnik e-mail:
Comments: Let all mankind sing a new, wonderful, and creative song unto The Lord.

Submitted on: Jan 20, 2004 at 06:17
By: melvin charlton levey e-mail:
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Submitted on: Jan 22, 2004 at 18:58
By: C.L. e-mail:
Comments: What kind of future our grandchildren face is a worry. CL at

Submitted on: Mar 17, 2004 at 15:26
By: Anthony Roy Potter e-mail:
Comments: God Bless America and God Bless the UK! ~ Anthony

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Submitted on: Apr 28, 2004 at 08:16
By: ben finn e-mail:
Comments: this is one hilarious website keep up thew good work guys and gals

Submitted on: Jun 25, 2004 at 09:44
By: Martin e-mail:
Comments: God bless the american troops in Iraq and all other countries all over the world. May God bless america and the future without terrorism. We, the free world, have to work thogether against that evil and against the terrorists. Terrorism is the most ugly and cowardly thing on earth. We cannot let them destroi our world. God bless america and god bless anti terrorism. Terrorists must be where they belong: in hell! God bless america!
Comments: Ever heard of Oliver North?.

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