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"The Garbage Bunch", 2023 version: the satirical page that mocks the ministers of the government Israel today


A new Facebook page presents ridiculous cartoons of government ministers, in a style similar to the "trash gang" cards in the 80s • "Benyamin is not trustworthy", and "an enemy comes to destroy" are just some of the characters that appear in the new digital "cards"

A Facebook page that went live in the last few days shows a series of ridiculous cartoons for the ministers of the new government, under the name "The Vanity Bunch".

The name corresponds with the "trash bunch" which were trading cards for children with cartoons of children with ridiculous names and a penchant for disgust, sold in Israel at the end of the 80's.

In 1987, a movie was even released following the series.

The cover of the third album of "The Junk Bunch" in the 80s,

In the original series, each card contained a picture of a child from the trash group - for example, a child who picks his nose and his finger comes out of his head and is named "Ron Mza Matamon", a child who shaves his skin and is named "Tzachi Maglohi", a boy full of garbage and his name is "Tzachi Pahi" and so on.

On the "Vanity Bunch" Facebook page, which is defined as satire, cartoons of "Benyamin is not trustworthy" (Netanyahu), "An opponent comes to destroy" (Levin), "Bezalel does not assimilate" (Smotrich) and more appear.

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Yariv Levin // Photo: from the "Vanity Bunch" Facebook page,

Ben Gvir // Photo: from the "Vanity Gang" Facebook page,

Maoz and Smotrich // Photo: from the "Vanity Bunch" Facebook page,

Karai and Ammasalem // Photo: from the Facebook page "The Vanity Bunch",

It is not known who is behind the page, which is defined as "satire".

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Source: israelhayom

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