WOW! That was my first impression when I saw that the Kony 2012 video had 66 million views, four days after its upload.
WOW! Another surprise surprise were the comments I read, almost everyone is calling for,
"Hey man, let's kill this Kony."
"What the, you should wage a war and stop him!".
"Good Lord, they are abusing children, they deserve to die!"
WOW! Third surprise, an organization called "Invisible Children" is behind this video. An obviously anti-war organization.
Whose this Kony anyway? Well, he's just another player here, a minor character of the unfolding story. Hey wait, did you know that the president of Uganda, where Kony is said to be hiding, has committed a crime in a much larger scale than that of Kony? Well, just in case you don't know, this Ugandan president has been involved in the genocide of 7 million people, just in case you didn't know. I'm not saying here that Kony isn't a bad guy, I know, what he did is sickening, but the point is, they are just making Kony an excuse for a greater scheme. That's how I look at it, a scheme by the world's greatest schemer, the US government.
Ugandan Outrage Over Kony 2012 Film
There is growing outrage in Uganda over a viral internet-film viewed by millions of people that suggests Africa's longest-running conflict is still going on in the country's north. But Kony and his diminishing troops have fled northern Uganda six years ago.
"What the video says is totally wrong, and it can cause us more trouble than help us" - Dr. Beatrice Mpora, director of Kairos, a community health organization in Gulu, a town that was once the center of the rebel's activities.
"Suggesting that the answer is more military action is just wrong" - Javie Ssozi, Ugandan blogger.
"It is totally misleading that the war is still in Ugande" - Ugandan government spokesperson.
You see what the video has brought? Instead of helping the Ugandan people, the impression is clear that they are instead put in danger.
Remember the fictitious MWD's of Iraq? It's scary, very scary that that will happen to Uganda. On my personal point of view, the video aims to call a war on a land where people are already living in peace and starting to cope up. That the video is just a political agenda that opens an excuse for the US to invade Uganda. That the video is a part of a scheme to pursue the US's battle to overthrow the Chinese from Africa (surprised? try to do a research). That the video is just a part of the puzzle to complete the huge figure of a geopolitical agenda.
Are you familiar with the belief that a vampire cannot enter a house unless it is invited to? Obama wears the mask of Africa. Where is Uganda again? Oh I see, in Africa. After the US's long-running crusade in the middle east, they're now making a move to ravage Africa. After Uganda, what's next? Most probable target, Libya. Don't you get it?
Damage has been done.
Sixty six million views. Almost sixty six million reactions. Oh how I hate these trendies, these schemers. I just hope that what happened in Iraq won't happen to Uganda. Because once it does, YOU who helped in making Kony "famous", will be seeing a lot of blood in your hands.
Left: UN-backed slaughter of thousands of Christians in the Ivory Coast. See what happens when the super powers intervenes?