Guerrero wrote:Then on Facebook when some "friends" who never post anything regarding activism or world news related or political, shared the link of the video and the whole FB campaign think, that's when I got suspicious. Like someone mentioned above, these "friends" seem to be people who swallow any and all propaganda.
or it's a total psy-op...where Kony doesn't even exist and it will blow up into something larger that will get the US getting support to get involved in this country so that they can do more oil grabbing....
...The exact purpose and meaning behind it, that's what is not totally clear.
warriorhun wrote:And rightly so: colonisation is over, the last evil white man left Africa decades ago, the locals can do with each other whatever they want. If they want to turn their continent into a peaceful, earthly paradise, I wish them good luck. If they want to chop each other up with pangas, its their decision. This is what free will and democracy is all about.
In the case of KONY, the military agenda is disguised as grassroots activism, where the US army entering Uganda would be perceived as a “victory of the people”, effectively reversing the communications model. (...)
By creating this “movement” and making young people actually DEMAND the U.S. government intervene in Africa, the masterminds behind this campaign would manage the impossible: Reversing the propaganda model in order to make it emanate from the people. By doing so, the elite’s agenda is not only accepted by the masses, it is perceived as a victory by them.
Joseph Kony 2012: growing outrage in Uganda over film
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne ... -film.html
http://blackstarnews.com/news/135/ARTIC ... 03-08.html
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