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Doctoring photographs is a great April Fools' Day prank, but for some dictatorships it's a way of life.
In modern times, the best government photoshop jobs have been Iranian and North Korean. (No, Iran, you can't just copy-paste extra missiles into a photo.) Here are six of the most ridiculously fake images from the past few years.
"(No, Iran, you can't just copy-paste extra missiles into AN photo.)"
- No, PopSci, you can't just use poor grammar while insulting other nations. I pay a monthly subscription to receive a Popular Science magazine. I think the website should reflect the level of professionalism that the magazine upholds.
I have know problem with there grammar.
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No facts, No response...
These narcissistic tyrants just need their focus to be changed to something else to allow their egos to be caress by something harmless.
Their personalities will never change; they just need a different means of stroking their egos in a harmless fashion.
These fake pictures or them throughing rocks at the USA or the world is to get his own people to praise their egos.
Narcissistic Personality Disorder is most often never cured and they leaders possess to much power to be told by their associates.
The best the USA and or the World to do, is get experts in psychology of NPD and seek advice in managing these leaders.
NPD is mostly about 'insecurity', so also making them feel fear can be useful too. A drone with camera image of his face and this shown to him, might get his attention, including his other cabinet leaders as well. I am sure they are smart enough to know the camera could easily be replaced with a weapon.
Oh, I have an idea.
Have a drone fly over the leaders of N.Korea or Iran, take pictures of the leaders, develop the pictures in the drone, insert the pictures in a box and drop the box on the leader’s capital building via a parachute. In the picture of the leaders have a weapons circle with a cross hairs over the faces.
Why is a magazine like Popular Science indulging in anti-Iran anti-NK rhetoric? Such news look good on your CNN and Fox networks. Science and religion/politics should stay away from each other.