KONY 2012

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PostWed Mar 07, 2012 1:43 am » by Offshooot

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PostWed Mar 07, 2012 2:42 am » by Seahawk

Awesome. Sharing with all friends and family. Something I can easily stand behind, and if I can help to make a difference, it's a good thing. :flop:

I like the concept, as it points to future possibilities. The upside down pyramid, represents the truth- the way that it really should be. I like it. It's powerful.

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PostWed Mar 07, 2012 2:56 am » by Kinninigan

seahawk100 wrote: The upside down pyramid, represents the truth- the way that it really should be. I like it. It's powerful.

My avatar is a symbol "the white hats" use :cheers:


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PostWed Mar 07, 2012 2:41 pm » by Fatdogmendoza

Joseph Kony

Joseph KonyBorn: 18-Sep-1964
Birthplace: Atyak, Uganda

Gender: Male
Religion: Cult
Race or Ethnicity: Black
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Criminal, Military, Religion

Nationality: Uganda
Executive summary: Lord's Resistance Army in Uganda

Joseph Kony considers himself quite a good Christian, and he wants Uganda to be a Christian nation. So in 1987 he formed a resistance group called the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), and the LRA has been at civil war against the Ugandan government ever since. If the LRA wins, Kony has promised that Uganda will become a theocracy, with laws based on the Biblical Ten Commandments.

Kony's LRA has kidnapped an estimated 20,000 children for use as fighters or sex slaves. As part of their initiation, these children are often required to kill their own parents, so they'll have no homes to return to. (It's not clear which of the Ten Commandments Kony's strategy is based on.) Once kidnapped, children are used as pack mules, carrying LRA supplies until they are too weak to walk, at which time they're killed or simply left to die. Kidnapped boys also serve as targets and decoys, sent to the front lines -- unarmed -- whenever the Ugandan Army engages the LRA. Kidnapped girls that Kony or his senior commanders find attractive become their "wives" (Kony is reputed to have 60). Troublesome captives have their noses, lips, and/or ears cut off, and are then made to eat their own flesh.

Kony and the Ugandan government occasionally issue public statements suggesting that peace negotiations would be welcome, but this seems unlikely. When asked about peace talks recently, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni said Kony and the LRA's senior commanders must die. "The wages of sin is death", he added. And that's Biblical, too.

As a youngster, Kony was a Catholic altar boy. Now he says he gets strategic advice from angels. There are eight of these angels, he says -- three American, two Sudanese, two Chinese, and one Congolese.

Kony is reported to enjoy wearing women's dresses. The Ugandan Army has offered an $11,000 reward for information leading to Kony's capture. That's right: eleven thousand dollars.


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PostWed Mar 07, 2012 5:04 pm » by Rahkriga

Guys...this is something WE ALL can help with. This IS change that WE can make happen!!!

All the info you need is here in this vid.

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PostWed Mar 07, 2012 5:38 pm » by domdabears

I don't want to, and you can't make me. :nope:

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PostWed Mar 07, 2012 6:18 pm » by Evildweeb

This is an important topic, for me anyhoo, because it only highlights the global issue of these kinds of a-holes everywhere.

Funny thing tho, this is a story that ran yesterday (coincidentally) in the Washington Times.

Note: there is not one word of Kona in it - anywhere. Typical MSM-ignore-no-problem-here-move-on.


Uganda government squabbles while children die of mysterious disease

By Ioannis Gatsiounis - Special to The Washington Times

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

KAMPALA, Uganda — The Ugandan government has come under fire for its handling of a mysterious disease that has killed hundreds of children in the northern part of this impoverished East African nation.

The illness, called nodding disease and characterized by symptoms similar to epilepsy, has afflicted more than 1,000 children since June. Its cause is unknown, and there is no cure. Victims often nod their heads uncontrollably. Many also suffer mental retardation and stunted growth.

Government officials deflect blame for the outbreak. The Health Ministry faults the central government for failing to treat the disease and finance research into its cause. The government blames the Health Ministry for failing to tap funds in the ministry’s budget for malaria control to combat the epidemic.

The standoff has placed intense scrutiny on President Yoweri Museveni’s regime, which stands accused of massive financial mismanagement since a landslide presidential victory last year. Mr. Museveni assumed the presidency in 1986.

Last month, the Finance Ministry rejected the Health Ministry’s request for $3 million just days after it was announced that 170 newly elected members of parliament would receive about $50,000 each to purchase luxury vehicles.

That same week, the government rejected a pay raise for teachers that would have kept pace with the country’s near 30 percent inflation rate.

Tamale Mirundi, a spokesman for Mr. Museveni, defended the government’s position.

“Nodding disease is not an issue for [the president’s office]. That falls under Ministry of Health,” he said.

Parliament recently approved a request from Mr. Museveni for a budget supplement of $39 million that he says is required to keep the government running despite massive injections of foreign aid each year. The United States alone gave Uganda $1.1 billion last year.

Mr. Museveni’s proposal does not include funding for nodding disease, which the government says the Health Ministry should handle by diverting about $420,000 meant for malaria control.

The Health Ministry said the malaria funds are not enough for a disease that spans three districts in the north of the country. Many victims of the disease travel long distances to reach the nearest of three treatment centers.

A group of Ugandans living in Britain, alarmed by what they see as government indifference toward the country’s sick and poor, plans to raise funds to provide social care and transportation for families affected by the disease. The World Health Organization is assisting with research into its cause and treatment.

The disease mainly affects children ages 5 to 15. It is characterized by repeated head drooping and is often accompanied by convulsions and staring spells. Those affected often have permanently stunted growth, including brain growth. Food and weather may trigger the illness.

The disease was first discovered in Tanzania in 1962.

Many of the victims are malnourished and already suffer from river blindness. At least 200 people have died.

Several sufferers have been found tethered like goats to trees to prevent them from hurting themselves as their parents tend to essential chores such as farming.

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