The people who want Kony killed are the same people that complain the US shouldnt police the world…

Update:

Let’s get Kony, millions cried, relying on a viral film clip about a man they’d never heard of before:

A particularly savvy media campaign by a nonprofit group called Invisible Children has pushed a debate about Uganda and rebel leader Joseph Kony into a very bright spotlight…

How easily people can be steered to hate and to demand “something be done” about something they don’t even understand. A frightening warning of our future.  Get who? Where? And what’s a Kony anyway?

Or is it just another Obama scam to divert attention away from real problems back home?

Chasing “The Lords Resistance Army”

The video, from Invisible Children Inc, an activism organisation, was posted to YouTube and Vimeo, a film-sharing site, on Monday night and by late on Thursday it had been viewed 32,600,000 times.

It aims to make Kony “famous” by encouraging supporters to plaster US cities with posters, in order to make the fight against the Lord’s Resistance Army an issue of “national interest” to Washington.

Joseph Kony 2012: growing outrage in Uganda over film

The Blaze: Posted on March 8, 2012 by Jonathon M. Seidl

KONY 2012 from INVISIBLE CHILDREN on Vimeo.

“What that video says is totally wrong, and it can cause us more problems than help us,” said Dr Beatrice Mpora, director of Kairos, a community health organisation in Gulu, a town that was once the centre of the rebels’ activities.

“There has not been a single soul from the LRA here since 2006. Now we have peace, people are back in their homes, they are planting their fields, they are starting their businesses. That is what people should help us with.”

“It is totally misleading to suggest that the war is still in Uganda,” said Fred Opolot, spokesman for the Ugandan government.

“I suspect that if that’s the impression they are making, they are doing it only to garner increasing financial resources for their own agenda.”

Joseph Kony left Uganda in 2006. Since then, over 45,000 people have been murdered across America’s unsecured southern border.

Yeah; let’s worry about Uganda!

3 thoughts on “The people who want Kony killed are the same people that complain the US shouldnt police the world…”

  1. YOU’RE RIGHT. …BUT THIS ISN’T ABOUT THE U.S. POLICING THE WORLD, IT’S ABOUT THE WORLD POLICING THE WORLD.

    IT’S ABOUT A UNITED FRONT OF HUMAN BEINGS UTILIZING ALL THESE TECHNOLOGIES WE’VE BEEN SO BUSY DEVELOPING FOR SO MANY LIFETIMES, TO DEPLOY WHAT IS, BY FAR, OUR GREATEST WEAPON AGAINST ALL TYPES OF TYRANNY – OUR VOICE.

    WHAT IT’S ABOUT IS THE PEOPLE WHO REALLY RUN THIS PLANET FINALLY REALIZING THAT WE DO.

  2. Soooo. Where was the world police in Uganda pre-2006? The technology was certainly around pre-2006 for the new voice to act.

    Where is the non- US world police in Syria? We know the UN is a farce and worried any criticism against Syria “would set a precedent”.

    When this ‘new voice’ goes after Syria, then I will be impressed. Until then, this video is just a manipulative con to extrapolate money from the smug, the sanctimonious, and bleeding hearts.

    Nice, exploite the children a second time.

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