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PML Photoshop Blooper by Showbaz Sharif at Badami Bagh

Seriously when your team is desperate to “create” news & your leader cant “create” news – your media cell gets desperate to “create the news”

Another Blooper tutorial of how NOT to PhotoShop by PML

  1. The standing crowd is looking ahead in the distance
  2. While Showbaz bends adjacent to a brick wall
  3. Standing crowd has NO CLUE that there is a wall there and it is SUPPOSEDLY being built
  4. Sunlight shadow is different for the audience and Showbaz is uniquely well lit
  5. The color of the hand is interestingly too white (no shadow despite you will notice a differently shaped shadow near the spade & the hand
  6. The head / hair is distinctly photoshop trimmed –
  7. A few blemishes of Photoshop lasso exposed near the lower border of the hand & the starting of the sleeve

A pre-election publicity stunt by PML-N Showbaz Media team on the victims of Badami Bagh


PML Photoshops Massive Crowds for Showbaz Sharif

In another round of PML Photoshop Bloopers (first & second) it was hilarious to spot a horrid example where PML Media Cell chooses to photoshop people into pictures to show a packed audience.  The image was published on 6th March 2013 on two leading newspapers Express News and NawaiWaqt on their front pages – this is probably not the first time they have obliged the PML party with fake imagery to ego-massage their false sense of popularity 

Two aspects of the image must be carefully observed

  1. A section of crowd facing towards another direction
  2. The biggest dead giveaway is a strip of crowd shurken down to fill a void of empty space – labelled as “Microscopic People”

One wonders with PML boasting itself to be a popular party – seems like its struggling to fill crowds at its rallies


PML Blooper Cell Photoshops Crowds for Shahbaz Sharif

Printed in the Lahore edition of Express Urdu & also in NawaiWaqt Lahore on 21st Feb 2013 – It seems that PML Media cell found it embarrassing to promote a barren picture of a rally and felt the need to manipulate the image and then fool the news-desks to report these images on the front pages of their respective newspapers in Lahore – When one comes across the actual picture its hilarious to note how desperate PML-N is to appease itself to the Lahore crowd that it is popular when in fact its a far cry from a house full “Mammoth rally”

Another case of Lifafah Blooperism Exposed – enjoy the laughs

UPDATE: To add more authenticity of the UNdoctored image – we were able to locate the undoctored image published in the 21st Feb edition of Naibaat Newspaper on its back page


“Staged Photoshoot” Blooper by Drama-e-Ala

A Set of images floated by PML-N Social Media team trying to show Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif standing amongst the people buying a Metro Ticket himself. Rummaging through the album posted on the Chief Ministers Facebook page some observant PTI supporters spotted an interesting blooper – two pictures caught their attention where Shahbaz Sharif is standing in line – the adjacent picture then shows the lineup jumbled up

Observe the shuffled subjects namely A-B-C-D

Subject A – moves from being in front of the line to being behind the Chief Minister
Subject B – The Chief Minister himself moves backward in the line (notice that he is standing ahead of the glass door in the first picture but in the next picture he moves behind it?
Subject C – Disappears from the line
Subject D – Being absent in the first picture emerges to the front of the line

It is evident that this was a photoshoot session was geared up for the Chief Minister to be seen promoting his humbleness it seems that after the first picture the subjects were called to reassemble in line and a few accidentally forgot their lineup – most bystanders would fall for this trickery but two accidentally posted images prove that this is an orchestrated shoot – Another example of a Drama by Drama-e-Ala


A Grave Error: Letter to the Editor in Response to ones own Obituary

On 27th September Dr. Farhat Taj in the article titled “The Taliban and Salarzais” reported that Malik Munsaib Khan had died in an attack to say

The same day they informed me on telephone that Malik Munasib Khan, the spokesman of the Salarzai lashkar, had been killed. They held the ISI responsible for his killing

Interestingly Malik Munsaib Khan happended to read his own obituary and responded to Dr. Farhat in a letter to the editor “I am Alive” published a day later to say

…. I am very much alive and can be contacted on telephone no 0300-7044755. It is highly regrettable that the news of someone’s death is published without verification. The writer must apologise for the trauma caused to my family and well-wishers. – Malik Munasib Khan” — OOPS

Credit: Five Rupees


Clearance Sale for Hilal-e-Quaid-e-Azam

Pakistan Medal Clearance SalePakistan’s second highest civil award is on clearance sale. Any one who has done or not done any good to Pakistan is welcome to apply. Nationality, status, gender, position, or contribution to any cause is not a criterion. All you need is to appear at the President House, preferably wearing a suit, and be able to stay in close proximity of our President for about five minutes. Your satisfaction is assured through our no risk, no-questions-asked, money-back guarantee.

If for any reason, you aren’t thrilled or satisfied with your medal, we shall be happy to replace this with any other medal of your choice. More than one medals can be considered for individuals assuring continued drone attacks.

Two or more from the same organisation are entitled to 10% discount. Special discounts available for US citizens.

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Kashmiri Freedom Fighters are “Terrorists” – Zardari

In what appears to be yet another blooper on the international stage our President Asif Ali Zardari has yet again dropped a bombshell on our nation. If the security threat in the North West arena was not enough to handle he has just awoken a sleeping giant when he labeled Kashmiri freedom fighters as terrorist in an interview with WSJ a few days back.

WSJ: When I [Bret Stephens] ask whether he would consider a free-trade agreement with traditional archenemy India, Mr. Zardari responds with a string of welcome, perhaps even historic, surprises. “India has never been a threat to Pakistan,” he says, adding that “I, for one, and our democratic government is not scared of Indian influence abroad.” He speaks of the militant Islamic groups operating in Kashmir as “terrorists” — former President Musharraf would more likely have called them “freedom fighters” — and allows that he has no objection to the India-U.S. nuclear cooperation pact, so long as Pakistan is treated “at par.” “Why would we begrudge the largest democracy in the world getting friendly with one of the oldest democracies in the world?”

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