As shocking as it may seem, the evidence appears to confirm that the Iranian Revolutionary Guard altered the recent missile launch pictures to increase the number of missiles in a show of strength. This form of missile envy was uncovered after Agence France-Presse (AFP) ran the picture.
The picture appeared on the front pages of various national newspapers including The Los Angeles Times, New York Times, and The Chicago Tribune aas well as on BBC News, MSNBC, and other websites. As shown recently with faux Chinese pictures, click here, bloggers have become particularly adept at uncovering such fakes. Even a Los Angeles Times photographer was recently fired for such alteration, click here.
Of course, we may all be too quick to condemn the Revolutionary Guard. This could be a break through in the region: photoshop wars. If we can use faux pictures and photoshop skills to virtually attack each other, it would be a great improvement.
For the analysis and picture, click here.
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Cheney says Google’s location of his house was based on faulty Intelligence.
Probably got the idea from Dick Cheney; when he forced Google Maps to ‘photo-shop’ out his house.
Those Iranians are pretty dasterdly no doubt.
If I’d done it, I would have embedded a picture of Slim Pickens saddled on the foremost missile.
What about photoshoping countries off the map, wouldn’t that effectively elliminate the risk factors? Better yet let’s photoshop in some more oil under Oklahoma!
Finally an explanation of the cooking term half again as much.
This is a major case of “wheels within wheels”. Iran has shown it will fight back should we attack. Cheney is salivating over his chance to attack. But Iran not having quite the armament it said/cheney says they have, puts a break on cheney’s ambition (at least for now).
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