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Kony 2012 Sparks Outrage In Uganda

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Published on Mar 15, 2012

KONY 2012, an activist viral video campaign created by charity group Invisible Children, has received criticism for simplifying complex issues involving Josephy Kony, the government of Uganda, and the Lord's Resistance Army. Now the criticism is coming from actual Ugandans based on public screenings held by Al Jazeera's Malcom Webb. Ana Kasparian and Cenk Uygur break it down on The Young Turks.

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Comments • 781

nomfundo nduli
yea yea yea...this is a direct result of the presence of white ppl in our continent...ita just the playimg oit of your strategy devide and rule!! Africa was not like this but the humanity if Africa will be returned!!! like King Haile Selassie of Ethiopia sed "the world will know that even in the 20th centuary David will STILL beat Goliath!!! H.I.M you your fate before the UN you laughed but down the line WW2 Greater judgment wen your nations turned against each other because you didnt listen!!!!
Ronald Hapchwarae
Kony wasn't in ugranda during 2012 and because of the media attention resources such as manpower where put in near Konya territory instead of the M23 also kony was fighting what he saw as an illegal government 
Jessica Johnson
It's not just about Uganda, it's been a crisis for four countries, it's international.  it's another group of people that uses children sexually, violently, similar to the Myanmar military, and like that army, it displaces many people.  Just that Myanmar's armies stay in that nation. The LRA displaces millions of people and it moves around from country to country.  I seriously think, God is Using us and Invisible Children to actually rescue people. Did you know:  one of Kony's 40 wives got out, because of the Work God Was Doing Through Invisible Children?
Scoring57
Shut up, they're just making money off other peoples suffering; they support armies that have been accused of the same crimes as Kony's forces. Just white people using black people to benefit themselves no matter the cost
Mandama004
I think that the biggest thing that made them angry is the huge separation we make between "us" and "THEM", like we are two different species. The film makes Americans believe that the Ugandan people are too weak to stop something so horrible from happening on their own... they need the Superpower America to save them!
Douglas Nockrach
Don't be fooled this negative reaction took place in Lira which is highly pro NRM they did all this to put Russells efforts to nothing... God bless You all...
williamsbkbadboi
They hate Kony but invisible children are not sensitive to their feelings or opinion. They think invisible children are promoting Kony instead of focusing on the victims of Kony's terror. Instead of a picture of Kony why not a picture of the victims of Kony. We in the west get the "wanted dead or alive" picture but they think invisible children is glamorizing Kony and the creator of the video. They feel exploited by the creators of the video
Alex Q
so true, its all about kneeling down uganda, to make uganda bow down so they come to theyr behind's, this is how the sodomite nation takes action. USA is full of filthy whores and sodomites!
Ice Bear
Of course they're pissed, Kony 2012 is an obvious scam.
Jade
"We cannot spread our greatness and our goodness through the barrel of a gun. It fails because it destroys our goodness in the process." -Ron Paul.
GeekVessel
Charlie Brooker says it best. Just do a YouTube search.
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