Kony 2012 Part 2: License for Imperial Conquest

April 6, 2012 by  
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Excuses, backpedaling, more lies, and the truth behind Invisible Children’s mission.


by Tony Cartalucci

April 6, 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.


Image: Kony 2012: Part II (video can be found here). Ratings and comments have been disabled exposing “activism 2.0” as the one-way predetermined, monolithic, corporate-funded agenda it was all along. (click image to enlarge)


Just like traditional corporate propaganda, Invisible Children has become a one-way marketing operation – while posing as an “activism 2.0” exercise, it denies activists any opportunity to express their views, influence the debate, or sway the agenda in any shape form or way – much like Soros-funded infiltrators did to the Occupy Wall Street movement right before it petered out. You are given the illusion of being a part of something bigger than yourself when in reality you are simply being used by a monolithic unilateral predetermined agenda.

Bigger than Kony: Selling the R2P Pretext

Keesey, in his pro-imperial infomercial, begins by citing a 2005 UN World Summit “outcome” titled “the responsibility to protect” which is drafted verbatim from a 2001 report titled, “The Responsibility to Protect,”- published by the ad hoc “International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty (ICISS). The commission consisted of members drawn from the Fortune 500-Soros funded International Crisis Group (Fidel Ramos, Cyril Ramaphosa), the Lowy Institute, the Council on Foreign Relations, and members of both Western governments and their armed forces. It is a doctrine created exclusively for the benefit of justifying wars of opportunity, profit, and conquest by former colonial rulers to recommence the golden age of global subjugation and plundering.

Already R2P has been horribly abused in Libya, where violence was purposefully triggered by the very nations behind the R2P doctrine, then insidiously used as a pretext to militarily intervene. Their intervention saw weapons, money, air support, and diplomatic legitimacy granted to vicious, racist, genocidal terrorists, notorious for decades of violence not only in Libya, but in Afghanistan and Iraq. NATO’s assistance to these terrorists, falling under the banner of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), has not only plunged Libya into perpetual chaos, but has seen these rearmed, reinvigorate terrorists carry their campaign as far east as Syria and as far west as Mali.

Ironically, Keesey in his “Kony 2012 Part II” video implicates Syria as another prime candidate for R2P intervention. It is ironic because Syria is another nation ravaged by violence openly fueled by the UN, NATO, and their junior Arab League partners, with the “Free Syrian Army” itself armed, funded, and directed by NATO-backed Libyan LIFG commander Abdul Hakim Belhaj all under the pretext of the R2P agenda.

Luis Moreno-Ocampo of the illegitimate “International Criminal Court” (ICC) once again lends his questionable stamp of approval to Invisible Children’s crusade to “catch Joseph Kony.” Ocampo states that it is a “dream” that we are a “global community protecting each other.” Ocampo is famous not only for his role in lying to the world to justify the Libyan War in the first place, but for his overt deceit during the height of NATO’s Libyan campaign when he claimed Saif al-Islam Qaddafi’s capture in Tripoli was not only “confirmed,” but that his transfer to the Hague was underway. The next day, Saif al-Islam appeared in Tripoli still leading efforts to liberate his besieged nation. It would be months before he was actually captured.

Photo: Saif al-Islam in Tripoli leading the defense of his nation the day after ICC’s Luis Moreno-Ocampo “confirmed” he was captured – an overt lie. Ocampo would compound this lie by later denying he made any such confirmation.

Keesey then claims that the world is still standing behind the goals of Invisible Children, but what his video shows instead is the same steady stream of deceitful politicians who have held the will of their constituents in contempt for decades, green-lighting a massive military build-up in Central Africa for an admittedly meager, “alleged” force of 250 men. Keesey produces a smattering of Congolese witnesses that are supposed to sway us – after their previous film falsely depicted the conflict taking place in Uganda with a similar smattering of Ugandan witnesses.


Images: Screen grabs from the Soros-funded Human Rights Watch “Joseph Kony – LRA” video uploaded in 2010 and the USAID-backed, US State Department AYM 2010 summit-attending, Soros, JP Morgan, Chase-funded (.pdf page 22) Invisible Children’s Kony 2012: Part II. Another bizarre happenstance, as an identical man, wearing an identical shirt appears in both videos – as if the editing for both organizations took place in the same office using the same footage.


The punchline of the sequel comes 13 minutes in, where it is stated that the ICC has indicted Kony, but lacks an “army” to bring him to justice. The “solution” of course, requires a joint military force. John Prendergast of the Soros-funded “Enough Project” chimes in claiming that Kony’s alleged 250 men represent a threat to “international peace and security” and requires “collective responsibility.” The “Enough Project” comes to us from the Center for American Progress run by notorious corporate lobbyist John Podesta, funded by George Soros, tied directly to the US State Department, and yet another special-interest think-tank (covered in more detail in, “JP Morgan, Exxon, Boeing, Among State Department’s New Advisers“).

Kony 2012 – R2P’s Public Roll-Out

Keesey saves the best for last, claiming, “we will not dismiss the problems of our friends simply because they are not our own – we don’t live like that anymore. And this is only the beginning because stopping injustice around the world is far bigger than stopping the LRA . We are a new generation of justice made for such a time as this. Because our liberty is bound together across the world and across the street.”

And indeed it is bigger than stopping the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) – Kony 2012 and the mission of Invisible Children is the public roll-out of a geopolitical mechanism long festering amongst the pages of Fortune 500 think-tanks and being rubber-stamped at the UN for now over a decade. It is the public roll-out of R2P – the “responsibility to protect.” It is the institutionalization of wars of conquest – a systematic methodology of sowing chaos within any given nation refusing to pay into the globalist collective and using the resulting violence, real or imagined, as an excuse to eviscerate their government, bury their institutions, and build upon the rubble homogeneous networks that will interlock with globalist “international institutions.”

Kony 2012 from A-Z has been revealed as an absolute fraud – a fabrication as dishonest about the current problems in East and Central Africa as it is about the alleged solutions.

In reality, the greatest danger to the people of Africa are men like Ugandan “president-for-life” Yoweri Museveni who is in reality still carrying out the very atrocities Kony is accused of. And while the UN, ICC, and a menagerie of other “international institutions” pose as an army of “white knights,” they have been instrumental in legitimizing, covering up, facilitating, and clearly benefiting from the atrocities of men like Museveni. Just last year, it was reported that Museveni and a British corporation called “New Forests Company” forcibly evicted 20,000 Ugandans, incinerating their homes, burning alive and gunning down all who refused to leave. The evictions were part of a UN “clean air” program and involves investors including the World Bank and HSBC.


Image: Taken from New Forests’ website, they proudly display the swath of destruction their company is responsible for, of course, instead of depicting the displacements, murders, and thuggery they are committing against the people of Africa, they place images of thriving trees. In just this manner R2P is being declared as a revolutionary humanitarian achievement where tales of “democracy” and “freedom” cover up the trail of atrocities truly being blazed.


If what is essentially criminal land grabbing in Africa can be institutionalized and dressed up as “protecting the environment,” then dressing up imperial military conquest as “protecting civilians” under the R2P doctrine is an obvious logical progression. The R2P doctrine is as big a fraud as the continuous lies being told to justify it and endear it to the public – Kony 2012 being perhaps the most obvious embodiment of these lies.

For further information on R2P, readers are encouraged to listen to James Corbett’s “R2P or: How the Left Learned to Stop Worrying and Embrace Wars of Imperial Aggression.”

‘Kony’ creator Jason Russell will remain hospitalized for weeks

March 22, 2012 by  
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In other words, let’s keep this guy out of the public eye so we can use his propaganda film to invade Africa for oil… If any of US did what Russell is alleged to have done – our lives would be OVER, our work would be discredited, and the media would hang us in the public square….

Photo: Jason Russell in 2010. Credit: Fox 5 San Diego


Invisible Children filmmaker Jason Russell, who created the viral “Kony 2012” video, will remain in the hospital for several weeks for what his wife described as “reactive psychosis.”

LA Times

In a statement released Wednesday, his wife and other family members said they believe this condition caused him to act strangely last week, ranting and roaming around a San Diego street in the nude.

The family said the treatment could take months.

“Jason will get better,” they said. “He has a long way to go, but we are confident that he will make a full recovery. He is, and will remain, under hospital care for a number of weeks; and after that, the recovery process could take months before he is fully able to step back into his role with Invisible Children. During that time, we will focus not on a speedy recovery, but a thorough one.”

They said doctors are treating Russell for “brief reactive psychosis, an acute state brought on by the extreme exhaustion, stress and dehydration,” the family said. “Though new to us, the doctors say this is a common experience given the great mental, emotional and physical shock his body has gone through in these last two weeks.”

Russell, 33, was taken into custody Thursday afternoon by San Diego police after neighbors reported him running naked in the streets of a Pacific Beach neighborhood, pounding his fists on the sidewalk and shouting incoherently. Police took him to a mental-health facility for observation.

Police responded to “several callers [who] reported that the male removed his underwear and was nude, perhaps masturbating,” according to the police statement. By the time police arrived, the man was wearing underwear.

“The callers reported the underwear-clad male was in the street, interfering with traffic, screaming, yelling incoherently and pounding his fists on the sidewalk,” according to a statement released by police spokeswoman Lt. Andra Brown. “He continued to act in a bizarre and irrational manner.”A statement by Russell’s wife, Danica, and other members of his family suggested the criticism of the Invisible Children video about African militia leader Joseph Kony may have contributed to Russell’s bizarre behavior.

“Because of how personal the film is, many of the attacks against it were also very personal and Jason took them very hard,” the statement said.

Among other things, critics said the video misstated the facts about the current level of violence in Uganda, Kony’s current whereabouts and the strength of his militia forces.

“Jason has dedicated his adult life to this cause, leading to” the “Kony 2012” video, the family statement said. “We thought a few thousand people would see the film, but in less than a week, millions of people around the world saw it.”

In an apparent comment to the nonprofit organization’s many volunteers, the statement concludes: “On our end, the focus remains only on his health, and protecting our family. We’ll take care of Jason, you take care of the work. The message of the film remains the same: Stop at nothing.”

The organization plans to distribute materials about Kony in several major cities, including San Diego, in April.

Russell is a native of El Cajon, where his parents run the Christian Youth Theater. A graduate of USC, he co-founded Invisible Children, which now has headquarters in an office building in downtown San Diego.

 “On Jason’s behalf, keep your attention turned to the end of Africa’s longest-running conflict, and setting a precedent for all future injustice,” the family said in the statement Wednesday. “With love and overflow of gratitude for your prayers, we thank you.”RELATED:

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Photo: Jason Russell in 2010. Credit: Fox 5 San Diego

Kony 2012, a Scam Funded by Oil; Chase Bank (Rockefeller)

March 20, 2012 by  
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The Kony 2012 Scam
Political scandals have slowed Tullow Oil’s goal to pump 200k barrels of oil per day.

You have probably seen or heard about the Kony 2012 campaign. The professionally produced advertising campaign from Invisible Children has gone viral to demand that a Ugandan rebel leader, Joseph Kony, turn himself in for war crimes.

The video makes a compelling, emotional appeal based on a simplified, yet reasonably accurate history of child soldiers in Kony’s “The Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA).  Invisible Children would like the US to be more involved in bringing Joseph Kony to justice.

Let’s look at the context.  As with most politics, it’s a bit complex.  It gets exciting near the end, I promise.

The British established a colony in Uganda, and entrusted the Acholi tribe with the military power to keep the peace.

In 1986, Ugandan President Tito Okello, a member of the Acholi tribe was overthrown in a violent revolution by Yoweri Museveni, a corrupt Marxist dictator who quickly outlawed political opposition.  Religion is also a factor:  the Acholis are Catholic, and Museveni is a born-again Christian.

In Uganda, peaceful political parties and protests are illegal.

Without any ability to form an opposing political party, many Acholis initially supported Joseph Kony‘s rebellion.  But Kony’s popularity failed when he began to brutally enforce his own strict version of Catholicism on his tribe to create a new government based on his interpretation of the 10 Commandments.  When his popularity dissipated, Kony turned to forced recruitments.  It’s estimated that Kony’s forces have kidnapped between 60 to 100,000 children since 1986, often killing their parents in the process.

Uganda (a Catholic and born-again Christian country) has sided with South Sudan (also Christian) in their struggle for freedom against Northern Sudan (predominantly Muslim).  In retaliation, Northern Sudan began funding Joseph Kony in the mid-1990′s.

Now, the war in Sudan has reached an unstable truce.  After the International Criminal Court issued an indictment against Joseph Kony, Northern Sudan cut off his funding.  Joseph Kony has disappeared, and is probably no longer in Uganda.  Many believe he is  hiding in the African bush, probably in Congo.  The fact is – Kony is no longer leading an army or kidnapping child soldiers.

So, here’s the big question:  Why does Invisible Children want the United States and the United Kingdom focused on a retired rebel leader, Joseph Kony, when there are still many other active child armies in other countries?

Joseph Kony has been kidnapping children since 1986 (over 26 years) why should we care now?  What has changed?



In 2005, oil was discovered in Uganda.  Tullow Oil has been planning to pump 200,000 barrels of oil per day, but the Marxist President Yoweri Museveni’s administration is now very unstable and reeling from bribery scandals.  The political instability and existence of the Lord’s Resistance Army, has slowed the plans to produce oil.

In 2008, the United States military assisted financially and logistically during the unsuccessful Operation Lightning Thunder to stop Kony.

In May 2010, U.S. President Barack Obama signed into law the Lord’s Resistance Army Disarmament and Northern Uganda Recovery Act that made it American policy to kill or capture Joseph Kony and to crush his rebellion.

In October 2011, Obama authorized the deployment of approximately 100 combat-equipped U.S. troops to central Africa.  Their goal is to help regional forces remove Kony and senior LRA leaders from the battlefield.


JP Morgan, Chase Bank, and Exxon Mobil

Chase Bank contributed $1 million to Invisible Children to help them produce the KONY 2012 campaign, among other programs.  AND JP Morgan Chase is also a major investment banker of Tullow Oil..  That’s right, the oil company that needs US military help to pump oil out of Uganda.

Exxon Mobil is now a major partner in the oil drilling operation in Uganda.  JP Morgan and Chase Bank are intimately tied to Exxon Mobil through the Rockefeller family with corporate board members sharing positions in both companies.


Invisible Children Fails to Meet Standards for Charities

The Better Business Bureau has strongly criticized Invisible Children for its lack of transparency.

“I don’t understand their reluctance to provide basic information,” says H. Art Taylor, President and CEO of the BBB Wise Giving Alliance. “The whole point of the effort is to shine the light of truth on a terrible atrocity, and yet they seem to be reluctant to turn that light on themselves. It’s really unfortunate.”

Only 37% of the money raised by Invisible Children goes to the communities that desperately need the money in Uganda.



Invisible Children may be a legitimate charity interested in helping the people of Uganda, but they are being used by oil companies and banks to encourage American military intervention in Uganda.

Before you donate to a cause, or even forward a video, learn about the real issues.  The underlying cause of Joseph Kony’s rise to power is the Marxist President Yoweri Museveni’s ban on legitimate political opposition, and the support by foreign governments like Sudan.  Arresting Joseph Kony may help encourage peace, but the real answer is political and economic reform inside Uganda.

Sending US military troops is not the answer to every political problem in the world.

Kony screening provokes anger in Uganda

March 15, 2012 by  
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Joseph Kony is a household name, thanks to a 30-minute YouTube video raising awareness about his brutal rebel group, the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA).

Tens of millions have seen the video after US charity, Invisible Children, released the clip online last week.

On Tuesday, a charity organisation showed the film to the people who suffered at the hands of the LRA – Ugandans in the north of the country.

Al Jazeera’s Malcolm Webb reports from the town of Lira after the screening.

For more reactions from Ugandans, visit our exclusive page: aljazeera.com/UgandaSpeaks

KONY 2012, Invisible Children’s Pro-AFRICOM and Museveni Propaganda

March 9, 2012 by  
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Arrogant brats….Not-So-Invisible Children

Invisible Children’s goals initially may have been to publicize the plight of children caught in Uganda’s decades-long conflicts; lately, IC has been acting as apologists for General Yoweri K. Museveni’s dictatorship and the U.S. goal to impose AFRICOM (the U.S. Africa Military Command) on Africa.

IC has produced a brilliant film that’s making the global rounds on Facebook

It’s a classic as propaganda pieces come. The short but overwhelmingly powerful film uses all the best tear-jerk techniques. In the end, the film denounces Joseph Kony, the leader of the brutal Lord’s Resistance Army, while giving the impression that Museveni’s dictatorship and his brutal military, which was found liable for war crimes in Democratic Republic of Congo by the International Court of Justice, has nothing to do with the atrocities committed against children in Uganda. It also doesn’t inform viewers that Museveni abducted thousands of child soldiers to win his insurgency in Uganda in 1986, launching the pattern of child soldier recruitment all over Africa.

In fact, Kony’s insurgency against Museveni was launched later, meaning he too learned child soldier-abductions from Museveni.

Look at the way Invisible Children exploits American children in the beginning of their documentary; they then transplant the audience to Uganda, where again they take advantage of Ugandan children, who are the victims of both the LRA and the Ugandan government’s army.

The imagery are powerful. Dr. Joseph Goebbels’ and Leni Riefenstahl would have been proud of this cinematic coup by Invisible Children.

If Invisible Children was in fact a serious organization that has not been co-opted by the Museveni regime and the U.S. foreign policy agenda, the organization would inform the world that General Museveni, who has now stolen three elections in a row in Uganda is the first person who deserves to be arrested.

This Ugandan and East African nightmare gets a blank check from Washington simply because he has deployed Ugandan soldiers to Somalia at the behest of the United States. So democracy, human rights abuses, and genocide, become minor nuisances as far as U.S. foreign policy goes and as far as Invisible Children cares. This is beyond hypocrisy. Those members of Invisible Children who may have supported this misguided project to send more U.S. troops to Africa because they were unwittingly deceived, should do some serious soul searching.

Museveni does not care for the plight of children in Uganda’s Acholi region. How else would he have herded 2 million Acholis in concentration camps for 20 years where, according to the United Nations’ World Health Organization (WHO), more than 1,000 children, women and men died of planned neglect–lack of medical facilities; lack of adequate food; dehydration, and; lack of sanitation and toilet facilities. Does this sound like a person who cares about children?

His colleagues have denounced Acholis as “backwards” and as “biological substances.” General Museveni himself revealed an interesting pathology, as a first class racist African when he told Atlantic Monthly Magazine, in September 1994: “I have never blamed the whites for colonizing Africa: I have never blamed these whites for taking slaves. If you are stupid, you should be taken a slave.” Ironically –or perhaps not– the general was even more embraced by Washington after those remarks. Gen. Museveni has been a U.S. ally since the days of Ronald Reagan.

So why does Invisible Children only go after Kony while leaving Museveni alone when in fact they are two sides of the same coin?

These young folks who run Invisible Children are extremely dangerous to the welfare of Ugandans and other Africans should they succeed in broadening U.S. military presence in Africa. If the United States were truly interested purely in eliminating Kony why deploy now when Kony abandoned Uganda in 2006 when he was negotiating a peace deal that ultimately collapsed, with Museveni.

While Kony and his fighters were camped at Garamba in Congo, as agreed upon during peace negotiations, who was it that launched a military attack with planes and helicopters in December 2008? It was Gen. Museveni, with U.S. assistance. The peace negotiations, which had been embraced by traditional and religious leaders in Acholi region, collapsed. According to Jan Egeland, the former U.N Under-Secretary General for humanitarian affairs, Museveni also wanted to pursue a military approach and even ridiculed his own attempts to negotiate peace.

Immediately more killings ensued –this time in Congo; and since Museveni and Kony are two sides of the same coin, it’s unclear who committed the atrocities in Garamba after the abortive attack.

After the attacks the LRA scattered into the Central African Republic. One would imagine that if the U.S. and Invisible Children were really interested in Kony, the deployment would have been to Central African Republic.

The young folks behind Invisible Children don’t understand the conflict in Uganda; yet they have made themselves the spokespersons. They have campaigned and convinced some celebrities, including Rihana and P. Diddy, to tweet their half-truth propaganda film. This is a way to have one-sided or impartial information become the “dominant truth” globally, and drown out critical analyses.

It’s like a group of impressionable White youngsters coming to Harlem and saying: we see you have major crises, let us tell you what’s the solution. Who would accept such misguided and destructive arrogance? If it’s unacceptable in Harlem, it must also be rejected in Uganda’s Acholi region.

Acholi traditional leaders, religious leaders, and members of Parliament in Uganda, have all opposed further militarization. But they are not in a position to express their views on CNN or in The New York Times, or to make a slick documentary, such as Invisible Children’s. What’s more, they’re not accorded the presumptive credibility that are often bestowed to White analysts when compared to native Ugandans.

Yet, rather than listen to the cries of Uganda’s traditional and religious leaders who live in the war-devastated regions, Invisible Children has decided to produce a beautiful documentary with an ugly agenda that only escalates conflict and endorses Gen. Museveni. Who really believes it’s a good thing for the United States to be sending troops to Uganda or anywhere in Africa? Why would these troops act any differently than those sent to Iraq and Afghanistan?

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.

AFRICOM, the ultimate objective, would allow the U.S. to be able to counter resource-hungry China by having boots on the ground near the oil-rich northern part of Uganda, South Sudan, Congo’s region bordering Lake Albert, and the Central African Republic. The troops would also be near by in case a decision is made to support regime-change in Khartoum, Sudan. After all, the U.S. foreign policy reasoning is that since Sudan’s president Omar Hassan al-Bashir and his defense minister have both been indicted by the International Criminal Court (ICC), few would shed tears for them.

The U.S. is aware that African countries oppose AFRICOM. So what does the U.S. do? Go after a “devil” and in this case it’s Kony. Tell the world –with the help of Invisible Children–that our mission is to help rid Uganda of this “devil”; who by the way is hiding somewhere in Central African Republic, while the dictator who most recently stole elections last February, sits in Kampala and meets with U.S. officials and leaders of Invisible Children.

If the real target was simply Joseph Kony, the U.S. would have used an armed predator drone; this is how the U.S. has eliminated several suspected leaders of Al-qaeda and the Taleban, after all.

It doesn’t seem that Invisible Children is an independent do-good save-the-children outfit. They are paving the way –with Kony, brutal as he is, as the bogeyman– for AFRICOM.

Kony is a nightmare, but Museveni has caused the deaths of millions of people in Rwanda, Uganda and Congo. In 2005 the International Court of Justice found Uganda liable for what amounts to war crimes in Congo: mass rapes of both women and men; disemboweling pregnant women; burning people inside their homes alive; massacres and; plunder of resources. Congo lost six million people after Uganda’s occupation of parts of Congo. The Court awarded Congo $10 billion in reparations; not a dime has been paid.

Congo then referred the same crimes to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague for war crimes charges. On June 8, 2006, The Wall Street Journal reported that Gen. Museveni personally contacted Kofi Annan, then UN Secretary General and asked him to block the criminal investigation.

It seems that the U.S. and ICC Prosecutor Moreno Ocampo might have indeed obliged. Gen. Museveni and senior Ugandan military commanders remain un-indicted for the alleged crimes that the ICJ already found Uganda liable; only one side of the same coin, Kony was indicted. Prosecutor Ocampo is also totally discredited; readers should Google “Ocampo and South African journalist case.”

There is another documentary that tries to explain the Ugandan tragedy, in a more sober manner, unlike Invisible Children’s slick propaganda piece.

Hopefully this commentary will motivate people to do their research and demand that the international community deal with both Kony and Museveni.

Hopefully more people will also do their own research and not be vulnerable to slick propaganda such as Invisible Children’s.

For example, readers can Google terms such as “Yoweri Museveni and Congo genocide,” “Museveni and Kony,” “Museveni and and Rwanda genocide,” “Museveni and Acholi genocide,” and “U.S. support for dictator Museveni.”

“Speaking Truth To Empower.”