KONY 2012: The untold facts on the ground

Kony this...Kony that! When you think of the Kony 2012 campaign and all its aggressive media hypes in the western world; you are looking at a capitalist-run organization that uses humanitarianism to deceive the mass while pushing for the U.S militarization of Africa.

KONY 2012: The untold facts on the ground

Kony 2012 in summary is a white charity with 3 Western boys posing as the long-awaited saviors of Africa, exploiting stereotypes of Africa to dig deep into the emotional minds and pockets of Western philanthropies, naively thinking awareness of Americans is the solution to African problems, with little understanding of the ‘real problem’ they’re claiming to solve. Let me elucidate how I arrive to this summary.

Kony 2012 Part 2: License for Imperial Conquest of Africa

The world must realize that NGO's such as The Invisible Children are dubious organizations that have devised a working diabolic scheme, using "Humanitarian Propaganda" to fool the African people that they care about conflicts in the region or want to help bring peace to our land. The Invisible Children is in full support of the US Africom military invasion of our natural resources. It is important to note that the Invisible Children website was established under a .com (Commercial) domain extension, instead of the usual .org (Organization) used by non-profit organizations.

Kony 2012 Part 2: License for Imperial Conquest of Africa

The sequel to the mega-viral disaster that was Kony 2012 may only be 20 minutes long, but financier-turned-humanitarian Ben Keesey still manages to gravely insult the intelligence of an audience clearly more awake and aware than he and the corporate-financiers behind Invisible Children would like to admit.

Mineral resources behind the U.S push to Africa

Mineral resources behind the U.S push to Africa

As public interest in African affairs briefly found a place in mainstream talking points following a controversial viral video campaign about Ugandan rebel group, the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), both the United States and the African Union are mobilizing military forces to Central Africa to counter further threats to civilian safety posed by the group.

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