Kina is Danish for China. I cannot get a translation for the caption - "Pyha - Vi nar det vist lige!" - looked high and low since I came upon the cartoon in March of last year. Google Translate gives, "Phew - We get it displayed right!" which might mean she is showing them the clear channel in. I still thought she might be standing up for the environment, but I guess the facts in the Guardian article below speak for themselves.
Jens-Erik Kirkegaard, Minister of Industry & Minerals:
And to the east of Greenland, Росне́фть:
There is a lot in these next few images: the greed and arrogance of nations & their corporations - puissance; the lack of names on the Google map; the (good-hearted) pride of workmen in their accomplishments; the courage (and affluence) of the Greenpeace protesters; and more! ...
Listed here as the only honour I can give: Peter Henry Willcox, USA; Miguel Hernan Perez Orsi, Argentina; Camila Speziale, Argentina; Colin Russell, Australia; Ana Paula Alminhana Maciel, Brazil; Phil Ball, UK; Kieron Bryan, UK; Alexandra Harris, UK; Frank Hewetson, UK; Anthony Perrett, UK; Iain Rogers, UK; Alexandre Paul, Canada; Paul D. Ruzycki, Canada; Faiza Oulahsen, Netherlands; Mannes Ubels, Netherlands; Anne Mie Roer Jensen, Denmark; Sini Saarela, Finland; Francesco Pisanu, France; Cristian D'Alessandro, Italy; Jonathan David Beauchamp, New Zealand; David John Haussmann, New Zealand; Tomasz Dziemianczuk, Poland; Roman Dolgov, Russia; Denis Sinyakov, Russia; Dima Litvinov, Sweden; Marco Weber, Switzerland; Gizhem Akhan, Turkey; Ruslan Yakushev, Ukraine; Andrey Allakhverdov, Russia; Ekaterina Zaspa, Russia. More photographs here.
Oil mongers and sad old freaks alike find comfort where they may:
This doesn't exactly make sense to me, OK, but it has a certain something:
That guy there? Yes. You want me to go over there and talk to him. Yes.
If I refuse. I'll fire you. Harsh eh?
Maybe you can figgure it out. (?)