IN AMERICA, after each and every massacre, we debate what time’s the right time to “politicize” gun violence.
Meanwhile, most of the rest of the world cannot understand the way of the gun on U.S. shores. And they cannot comprehend why almost any post-massacre words beyond “thoughts and prayers” can seem to ignite a new controversy.
Sunday night’s mass shooting in Las Vegas has attracted the baffled gaze and passionate outcry of commentators. Here is how some cartoonists around the world are satirizing the American response: