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Friday, September 28, 2007

I Never Approved This Photograph

I would like to make it absolutely clear that I deny faking the photograph below to make it appear as if I was been present at the Yalta Conference. Had I been alive on February 4th 1945, I would certainly have been present at this historic occasion. Unfortunately, however, I arrived some 27 years too late for the arranged photocall with other international dignitaries. The organisers asked if I could be photographed in one of the chairs and subsequently composited the picture without my permission.

Me with Winnie and Uncle Joe
When I gave my permission for the photo, I had only expected to be featured in a corner as a spear-carrier. I did not expect to be given a speaking part and I apologise profoundly for any misrepresentation that may have resulted from this unauthorised action.

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