Friday, September 23, 2022

CyberSecurity expert catches fake news of Kakampink-leaning FB page, says man in photo not Guatemalan President but UN Secretary General Antonio Gutierres


A Marcos admin-leaning influencer has called out a Kakampink-leaning FB page for a deceptive post by sharing two photos – the view on the UN Assembly participants during the speeches of two leaders, one view purportedly that of Guatemalan President Dr. Alejandro Giammetai and the other view belongs to President Marcos.


Mark Lopez, a pro-Duterte but now leaning towards the Marcos government, was apparently incensed because as pointed out by Manila Bulletin’s preeminent Cyber Security Analyst Art Samaniego Jr, the man on the wide screen and on camera wasn’t the Guatemalan President but UN Secretary General Antonio Gutierres.

Lopez quipped that because of the burning desire of PBBM’s critics to embarrass him, they need to resort to deception using imagery.

Lopez turned his attention to the Kakampinks who are sharing the photos and asked how do they feel after it turned out that the photos they share are fake. He can’t help but ask if they are part of the conspiracy? Otherwise, they are too stupid to fall for such chicanery.

You may now read Mark Lopez’s original FB post below.

Ito namang kakampink na Filipino Patriots na page, grabe sa panlilinlang.

Naglabas ng dalawang photo – yung view ng UN Assembly participants during the speeches of two leaders, kay Guatemalan President Dr Alejandro Giammetai, and yung same view nung kay President Bongbong Marcos.

Pero putres naman, yung sa Guatemalan President eh bakit ung nasa Wide Screen, ang nasa camera eh si UN Secretary General Antonio Gutierres?

Kayo talaga!

Sa kagustuhan nyo na siraan si PBBM, kelan nyo pa mag resort sa deception sa imagery?

Sino ba nasa likod nyo ha?

Tindi nyo…

And kayong mga kakampinks na pinakakalat ngayon yan, ano na? Kasabwat kayo sa panloloko? O ang tatanga nyo para magpaloko?

PS – Salamat to our preeminent CyberSecurity Analyst Sir Art Samaniego Jr. for spotting the fakery.



Source: Mark Lopez