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Re: An Ugandan blogger responds to Kony 2012
« Reply #30 on: March 16, 2012, 07:37:01 pm »
Am I the only one who sees that Mr Kony is a war criminal and the regardless of the reasoning behind invisible children, the outrage of the Ugandan people at the campaign and the fact that he was exiled from Uganda 6 years ago he should still be brought to justice?

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My other problem is that IC is calling for US intervention into Uganda, ignoring/hiding that the US has been in Uganda for years (supplying the government, and therefore by extension Kony for a while, with arms) and the fact that US intervention has never been good for the people in the country. Humanitarian intervention does not exist.

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Re: An Ugandan blogger responds to Kony 2012
« Reply #31 on: March 16, 2012, 07:45:46 pm »
Am I the only one who sees that Mr Kony is a war criminal and the regardless of the reasoning behind invisible children, the outrage of the Ugandan people at the campaign and the fact that he was exiled from Uganda 6 years ago he should still be brought to justice?

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The problem isn't that Kony is war criminal. Everyone knows he's is and everyone knows he committed horrible violation of human rights. The problem is that the Ugandan Army and government are also horrible violators of human rights, but IC is supporting them nonetheless because they want to evangelize the country (that is already largely Christian) and lying through their teeth to do so. IC isn't about about bringing Kony to justice, it's just propaganda to send "humanitarians" to Uganda.
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Re: An Ugandan blogger responds to Kony 2012
« Reply #32 on: March 17, 2012, 04:36:27 am »
Fred, we're not talking about a massive government conspiracy to, say, fake a moon landing, or kill thousands of civilians in the name of going to war. We're suggesting there may be a conspiracy, among several relatively small Christian groups, to evangelize and spread their warped view of Christianity. That's hardly a far-fetched conclusion. Even if it's not a conspiracy, though, they're quite shady at best, as while they're not exactly hiding their intent, they're hardly advertising it, and they're simply wrong about a great many details for the claims they put forward. And that's being generous.
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