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KONY 2012: African Invasion Psyop

KONY 2012 IS BULLS*&T. It's another propoganda piece to invade another country with oil. You really think our government cares about some black children in Uganda so much we would send our troops in there to look for this guy, when they don't care for children here in the United States? How many black and white kids are hungry and homeless here in the USA? Wake up people!
If you know anything about Kony than the video and what you are watching on youtube, you will know that kony hasn't been in Uganda since 2006 and the President of Uganda has killed more people than Kony and he has signed oil contracts so all of a sudden Kony the boogie man has come out again. SMH

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Comment by Rikki on March 9, 2012 at 11:31am

I saw them pushing this on my local news this morning. I haven't looked too deeply into this issue but, something told me that this was propaganda of some sort.

Comment by One Angry Brother on March 9, 2012 at 11:35am

Just research oil, Uganda, China, western contracts and piece it together.

Comment by margaret (Salty Margarita) on March 9, 2012 at 1:21pm

I saw this too on the morning lamestream media news....They spent quite a bit of time spewing about it which tells me it is propaganda. If it was truth such as NDAA, SOPA, or 911, WTC7,rigged voting machines, or the crowds going out to see Ron Paul it wouldn't get the time of day..Oh and didn't I just see something about finding oil in Uganda? HMMMMM...

Here is the video.

Comment by margaret (Salty Margarita) on March 9, 2012 at 1:37pm

Comment by B on March 9, 2012 at 2:49pm



More US interventionism?  I think I smell a rat... 


Blatant Emotional Manipulation of the Masses?  Ditto.   


A multimillion dollar budget for an NGO that specializes in "filmmaking and promotion"?  Sniff.  Sniff sniff.


BO committing to the project and endorsing KONY2012 this morning?  Still sniffing.  


Troops already on the ground in Uganda?  Yep, this is stinky.   


Kony "changed his tactics making him even harder to capture" so that no one knows his location, or even if he is alive???  Sounds like an invisible bogeyman, where do I remember that from?  What is that foul stench?  Where is that COMING from?  


Oooooh, comparisons to Hitler.... Yep, it's a dead bloated stinky rat.   


The CFR's Very own George Clooney bleating about 'indicted war criminals'?  OMG, this is a whole stinking pile of fetid carcasses.  Used to like ya George, 'till you decided to be a Face for the Man.  Never shoulda liked ya at all.   




Just finished a quick sweep of the MSM, they are already spinning it as "let's forget that it's a slick, funded documentary, created by a shady NGO, highlighting a non-existent uncatchable enemy, let's just focus on the children."  To wit, Guardian article:


One third of Invisible Children's multimillion dollar budget (~13 million (unconfirmed)) went into that movie.  That's over $4 million dollars, and that's FAR MORE than most Indie films cost.  That's big bucks.  Another third went to promotion of the movie.  Again, pretty massive promoting budget for a shoestring organization.  The other third was apparently disbursed inside Uganda.  And disbursed to whom?  Hmmmm... 


Perhaps the truth of this blatant manipulation will go mega-mega-viral, piggybacking right alongside the planned original virality?  Wouldn't that be Beautiful Blowback!  


Perhaps blatant war criminals like Henry Kissinger WILL receive the same celebrity as George Clooney.  And Kony.  And GWB.  And Holder.  And our 'Esteemed Leader'.  et al.  


Perhaps this was a psyop thinking it would be tough to break though the the Sea of Information, so they REALLY pressed the HeartStrings button, and now it  goes way bigger than expected.  And now cannot in any way divorce itself from it's Insidious Origins.  


I mean how much media did they really want?  They already have troops on the ground and legislation in place for "military advisors" in Uganda.  Do they REALLY want to be forced into full-blown commitment to yet ANOTHER ground war, while Syria and Iran are still hot as hell?  And Afghanistan.  And Iraq.  And Libya.  This might be unexpectedly huge for the makers, more than they bargained for.  


I don't see how this campaign will be able to survive the onslaught of NON-MSM attention it is already garnering as it is going megaviral.  It went mega-viral person to person, if it snaps back the other way, a lotta good, kind, but currently uninformed folk are gonna be pissed. And well they should be.  Welcome aboard the Anger Tr

Comment by B on March 9, 2012 at 2:50pm

Welcome aboard the Anger Train, Friends. We is ALL PO'd round these parts.

Is it time to see the Man behind the Curtain?


PS- for the record, I AM all about the Children. And yeah, I choked up a little watching those kids. But my empathy for their pain, and my vicious hatred of being manipulated by my emotions have NOTHING to do with one another. I can feel with my WHOLE HEART, and at exactly the same time, I can also understand that this is another Psychopath Rap laid down over a slinky, slippery beat. This Boy has come of Age. And I ain't alone.

PPS- Kidnapping civilians in the night without trial, torture, murder of women and children, terrorism, undeclared wars with no accountability, that's the issue, right? Sorry, Charlie, I won't be removing the mote from anyone else's eye until I have taken the whole f'ing logjam out of my own. And made a big pile with it. And gathered all my Friends. And made Smores while we dance till dawn around that Beautiful Bonfire, Free At Last from our Blindness.

Comment by B on March 9, 2012 at 3:17pm

Thank you, One, for the heads up!  


Comment by margaret (Salty Margarita) on March 9, 2012 at 6:45pm

I just found this.. haven't read it all.. but thought I would add it here and read it later...

This is a picture of the founders of Invisible Children.

Joseph Kony is undoubtedly a cruel man, but lets look at some fun facts around the issue and the organization Invisible Children (after you read what I wrote check out some of the links, especially the article from The Guardian which has scholars and experts expressing both sides of the issue and of IC):

The issue:
-The LRA is only 250 soldiers strong at this point.
-The LRA hasn't been in Uganda since 2006.
-Ugandan army and Sudan People’s Liberation Army are riddled with accusations of rape and looting.
-US Africa Command has been trying to stop Kony for years, which only results in failure and retaliation from Kony.
"In general, we're concerned [about] the catastrophic consequences for the local population," Van Damme said. "We've seen in the past, over and over again, how there's been a lot of retaliation by the LRA, the burning of villages, maiming people, a lot of killings, with little military success." - Steven Van Damme, Oxfam's protection and policy advisor for the whole of eastern Congo
-The footage in the video and the framing of the issue are from 2004-2006.
-To get to Kony you'd have to ultimately kill some of his army...which consists of children soldiers.....
-"While the extreme atrocities committed by the LRA cannot be justified by any 'political cause', the LRA did originally emerge as a direct reaction to extreme atrocities committed since the late 1980s by the government and armed forces of Uganda against the Acholi people in northern Uganda. The person in charge since 1986 until today is Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni, who is himself a former rebel army leader and came to power by force."

Invisible Children:
-Only 37% of money raised went to direct services (if you support the issue you may want to choose a more worthwhile charity).
-Of this 37%, a third goes to their scholarship program, which is undoubtedly helpful, but it only supports 700-800 children. So a MILLION dollars is being used to support ONLY 700-800 children...
-Their "accountability and transparency" is a 2 out of 4 stars on charity navigator.
-They have never been publicly audited.
-The group is in favor of direct military intervention, and their money supports the Ugandan government’s army and various other military forces.
- Foreign Affairs has claimed that Invisible Children (among others) “manipulates facts for strategic purposes, exaggerating the scale of LRA abductions and murders and emphasizing the LRA’s use of innocent children as soldiers, and portraying Kony — a brutal man, to be sure — as uniquely awful, a Kurtz-like embodiment of evil.”
-"So far the organisation has released 11 films and run film tours across the US and other countries to raise awareness. In Uganda, it has given scholarships to 750 children, and helped to re-build schools there and in centralo Africa. The organisation's accounts show it's a cash rich operation, which more than tripled its income in 2011, with more than two thirds of its money coming from "general donations".

The accounts suggest nearly 25% of its $8.8m income last year was spent on travel and film-making with only around 30% going toward programes on the ground. The great majority of the money raised has been spent in the US. $1.7 million went on US employee salaries, $357,000 in film costs, $850,000 in film production costs, $244,000 in "professional services" - thought to be Washington lobbyists - and $1.07 million in travel expenses . Nearly $400,000 was spent on office rent in San Diego."

Military intervention may or may not be the right idea, but people supporting KONY 2012 probably don’t realize they’re supporting the Ugandan military who are themselves raping and looting away. Educate yourselves a little bit before supporting a particular nonprofit.

Some good reads:


Not saying Kony isn't a horrible person. Just thought people might want the entire picture before they support an organization.

Also I have noticed that people have been responding to the shares with IC's response to most of these criticisms. Most of the responses, just like their video, are framed very positively and lack a real substantive dialogue. It is more piecemeal BS that is coming from the creators. I'd love to see some positive third party feedback. So far all the unbiased, third-party feedback seems either neutral or negative.

Comment by margaret (Salty Margarita) on March 9, 2012 at 9:17pm

Joseph Kony 2012: growing outrage in Uganda over film
There is growing outrage in Uganda over a viral internet film viewed by more than 32 million people in four days that suggests Africa’s longest-running conflict is still raging in the country’s north.

Comment by One Angry Brother on March 10, 2012 at 7:34am

Sheeple will be Sheeple


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