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Kony 2012 Director Responds To Critics

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Inneresting….

By now almost everyone has seen the YouTube viral doc, Kony 2012.

In this video (above) the doc's director defends some of the criticism his campaign against Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony has received.

He even addresses how the organization, Invisible Children, spends their donation money…. the biggest issue people to have them.

Ch-ch-check it out!

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5 comments to “Kony 2012 Director Responds To Critics”



  1. 1

    Its funny how people are all riled up over Kony when he hasn't been active for years but they will not say anything about Syria's Bashar al-Assad and the thousands he is currently torturing and killing



  2. 2

    Why on earth are we being asked to support a power vaccum that will only embolden and empower an already murderous regime in Uganda that has attempted to pass the death penalty for being gay. If a heterosexual does something to piss off the government, all they need to do is accuse the person of being LGBT and they are officially dead. Where is the web viral for this? Why are we allowing the officers of invisible children to make salaries off the murder of children and the LGBT. BAN INVISIBLE CHILDREN> THEY SUPPORT THE MURDER OF LGBT by virtue of their focus. They are just as evil as KONY himself…making money off of this. It is foul.



  3. 3

    Fact Kony has been active since 1986 and in hiding or even dead since 2005. So the question is, why now? There is a real problem in Africa, but there are 10 more like him. So the real solution is to overhaul Africa not just catch 1 man. People should watch Vice Guide To Congo.



  4. 4

    We need to mind our on freaking business and worry about the USA. When you get rid of one bad apple, there is always another one right behind it, a visious cycle that never ends. I'm sick of people worrying about other countries when our own is in such peril!!!!

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    5

    No Mario, that's not the biggest problem- that's asking people via socialmedia and a sleek video that plays on the emotions of teenagers to put pressure on the US government to send more soldiers to Uganda- for facts that happened more than 6 years ago. Why now? Why fight anger with anger?