Homeless Jonah about to be devoured by a great 100€-plated fish

But will an ecclesiastical trawler turn it into cat food first?

Mural at the foot of the Carmelite church on Monte Carmelo, Barcelona.

Mural at the foot of the Carmelite church on Monte Carmelo, Barcelona.

I think if I had been Jonas on that boat with those sailors in that storm, I might have preferred to take my chances with the whale, whatever nuances hindsight might have brought. But that is not the message this presumably Christian-socialist artist wishes to convey.

Children from the same mural. Optical illusion, not capitalism, causes the one in the zebra jersey on the left to appear impaled on a hook.

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