Ahmadinejad sucks at Photoshop


42 Responses to “Ahmadinejad sucks at Photoshop”

  1. feluda says:

    How is this different from what Bush had done where multiple times he cloned crowd images specially one where he was addressing military personnel and where “crowd happiness” was photoshopped at the falling of Bagdhad ?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Good on the Iranian people for making their voices heard.

  3. dbarak says:


  4. Antinous / Moderator says:

    It’s not our photo.

  5. Pantograph says:


  6. Bemopolis says:

    This is nothing new. Despots have been P’slopping crowds shots for years. For example,


  7. Anonymous says:

    I found Waldo’s right shoe!

  8. GuidoDavid says:

    That’d be even worse than this. Can you give us some link for future reference next time some deluded person comes to babble about how much support America has there?

  9. dbarak says:

    @ #6 posted by Pantograph

    Nice return, well played! ; )

  10. Anonymous says:

    Im from Iran, 90 percent of IRanian hate him
    He is a bad mark on our face, he is not our choice, we are a free nation, but this Ahmadinejad is a dictator.

  11. Anonymous says:

    I found Jimmy Hoffa.

  12. Takuan says:

    hopefully soon an ex-dictator.

  13. Anonymous says:

    You people comparing Bush to the Iranian regime are ignorant idiots who have no understanding of the severity of the repression and genocidal tendencies of Ahmedinajad and Khomeni.

  14. Anonymous says:

    @Ted8305: Not just the flags as t3knomanser said, but also they are holding pictures of Ahmadinejad.

    This reminds me of this old case with Scientology photoshopping their crowd photos: http://bit.ly/ZuG73

  15. Anonymous says:

    They also used the cloning tool on the ballots.

  16. Anonymous says:

    What Iran needs is the separation of church and state.

  17. john mars says:

    People, please don’t be so nasty…
    just wait until you taste their food…
    you might do what I did after tasting it…

    I RAN

  18. Anonymous says:

    Hey! Maybe those clones are all the folks who gave Ahamadinejad his “landslide!”

  19. petkov says:

    Wht bt th stry tht BBC ws jst cght n Mss Pblc Dcptn Wth rn Prpgnd?


    Whts gd fr th gs s gd fr th gndr, n?

    ls, ds nybdy rmmbr tht prvs S prsdnt clld Bsh wh ws n ffc fr 8 yrs llglly?

  20. hds says:

    i want a mashup of the missile-picture and this one. any volunteers? (i suck at photoshop) :)

  21. SamSam says:

    The site seems to be getting bogged down. Here is the coralized link: http://kheirkhah.ir.nyud.net/?type=dynamic&lang=1&id=683

  22. petkov says:

    h, shll, y? th ntrnt s fll f y.

    sr thy “cknwldgd t” ftr Whtsrllyhppnng.cm cght thm. Sm s th fk phts f th tpplng Sddm’s stt, r th hnt fr “wpns f mss dstrctn”, r th hnt fr Bn lldn r….

  23. Anonymous says:

    Can someone please post a link to the original photo?

  24. sammich says:

    Petkov @ 28 – “Mass Public Deception”? or (uncharacteristically) careless mistake?

    Acknowledged on the BBC News website today –
    Update 19 June 2009: an earlier version of our caption was incorrect. We wrongly stated that this was a pro-Mousavi rally when in fact it was a pro-Ahmadinejad rally.

  25. Takuan says:

    rude little git, ain’t ya? Mind yer manners, petkov, easier to believe you’re the shill here.

  26. Anonymous says:

    At this point there really needs to be an episode of “You Suck at Photoshop” for this.

  27. Anonymous says:

    he is a real ass just like bush jr.
    and beside more that 2/3 of irans voters are in the streets
    and they want their votes back

  28. Anonymous says:

    It COULD just be that at the instant the picture was taken, the crowd happened to be distributed in a pattern consistent with fakery.

    Like the election results.

  29. Anonymous says:

    i was there and really there were so much a people!

  30. Cowicide says:

    @ #18 POSTED BY HDS:

    The missiles are missing, but here’s an even “closer look” at this photo:

    No photoshop was used, I swear to gawd.

  31. Anonymous says:


  32. myke says:

    How is this different from what Bush had done where multiple times he cloned crowd images specially one where he was addressing military personnel and where “crowd happiness” was photoshopped at the falling of Bagdhad ?

    Well one is a man with dictatorial tendencies that uses religious
    posturing to provide support for his government. The other was a
    man with…, um, nevermind.

    Slightly more seriously, Bush had more power than Ahmadinejad. You
    should probably compare Bush to Ahmadinejad and the Supreme Leader
    together. In that case, the religious zealots in Iran have a bit
    more power than the religious zealots in the U.S.

  33. Anonymous says:

    Well, then, how many people were at the rally?

  34. GuidoDavid says:

    Come on, can’t you see it’s a CIA-Mossad plot to make you care about Iranian people and bomb them?! You are naïve!

  35. Anonymous says:

    The person who actually did the photoshopping is probably dead now thanks to this post.

  36. Danmarki says:

    Hi, I would like toi know if it´s possible to use the pic for a newspaper article if we give the credits to this blog.

  37. Sean Collins says:

    I hope they are able to get rid of those fanatics that stifle the lives of Iranian people. Confusing faith and fact has caused Iran’s government to make Iran a backward country like European countries under the Inquisition. Before the revolution there may have been less political freedom but there was more personal freedom. Iran was like Thailand with a monarchy and a strong military and strong secret police. Perhaps ironic but the secret police’s job was to prevent the type of Iran we now have from emerging.

  38. Alex_M says:

    Iran does love the clone brush, doesn’t it..

  39. Ted8305 says:

    How do we know whether this was a pro- or anti- Ahmadinijad rally?

  40. t3knomanser says:

    @Ted8305: the flags. Ahmadinejad has been using the Iran flag as his icon, Mousavi and now the protesters are simply using the color green.

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