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KONY 2012 – Part 2 – Beyond Famous – Propaganda for war

April 7, 2012

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. Surely though, they are more than aware of the real revolution they’ve scratched the surface of – a population no longer swayed by slick marketing campaigns and who are more than ready to confront such deception. That is why Invisible Children has not only disabled comments on their latest piece of propaganda, but have also disabled the rating system for their video.

‘Kony 2012’ director arrested after public display of his shortcomings

March 16, 2012

A co-founder for Invisible Children was detained in Pacific Beach on Thursday for being drunk in public and masturbating, according to the San Diego Police Department.

Jason Russell, 33, was allegedly found masturbating in public, vandalizing cars and possibly under the influence of something, according to the SDPD. He was detained at the intersection of Ingraham Street and Riviera Road.

Rihanna to be Poster Child for ‘Kony 2012’ propaganda campaign

March 16, 2012

Rihanna has committed to becoming the poster child for western “humanitarian” military intervention in Africa after promising she will visit Uganda to promote the Kony 2012 fraud, despite Ugandans themselves angrily distancing themselves from the viral propaganda film.

Should Angelina Jolie be charged with War Crimes?

March 12, 2012

Statement by Alex Jones: “Clearly there are bigger criminals in the United Nations than Angelina Jolie, but nevertheless she has been an enthusiastic proponent of all these so-called “humanitarian” wars in Libya and beyond. The United Nations’ history of war crimes and massacres is legendary, and just as Joseph Goebbels operated as a propaganda minister for the Nazis, Jolie, who is officially employed by the UN, is their mouthpiece. It is her task to promote endless war. It’s time to call out the United Nations and by extension their poster girl Jolie for what they are – instruments of a corporate fascist world government. Yesterday morning while doing research into Kony 2012 I read a Hollywood Reporter article where Jolie was enthusiastically calling for an invasion to arrest Joseph Kony in Uganda, and the hypocrisy was just too much. The western backed dictator of Uganda has overseen the murder of a thousand times the number people than what Joseph Kony has killed, and so by Angelina Jolie’s benchmark for war crimes she herself should be arrested, but therein lies the paradox, because United Nations would have to arrest itself.”

‘Kony 2012’ video provides excuse to control Africa

March 10, 2012

The U.S. government and Invisible Children are using the brutal Joseph Kony as a bogeyman to justify the U.S. long-term plan, which is to impose AFRICOM on Africa. Since everyone knows about Kony’s atrocities, who would object if the U.S. sends 100 U.S. “advisers” to help Uganda, after all? Brilliantly devious. Of course it never stops at 100 “advisers.” That was the announced deployment; there are probably more U.S. troops in the region. Even before the deployment some had already been training Museveni’s soldiers. And more will come; unannounced.

‘Kony 2012’ video a manipulation to justify invading oil rich Uganda

March 9, 2012

Nothing is more dangerous than a populist backlash. When groups of people begin chanting, reason of the individual often gives way to the mindless rants of the collective.

Nothing could be more obvious about this than the recently-viral video put out by the political-activist group Invisible Children (IC) called ”KONY 2012″. This video has gone viral, getting millions of views in an incredibly short amount of time.

The organization exists to get a “movement” set up to apply political pressure from international governments to be more heavily involved in Africa, specifically to focus on supporting Uganda and other nations fighting Joseph Kony, a terrorist leader.