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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

KONY 2012 – It’s all about Uganda’s Oil



Fishermen near an oil rig on the edge of Lake Albert.
Picture source: www.guardian.co.uk


KONY 2012 is a cleverly orchestrated campaign specifically aimed at today’s youth, the future citizens of the world. Using state-of-the-art techniques and new technologies, the campaign is a first attempt at “reverse propaganda”, where the agenda APPEARS to emanate from the people. By using emotions, irrational thoughts and superficial explanations, KONY 2012 attempts to trick well-meaning people, who desire to make a positive change in the world, to instead fuel a gigantic war machine that is controlled by the world’s elite.

The overnight viral sensation KONY 2012 brought worldwide awareness to the African war criminal Joseph Kony…However, beneath this commendable cause (saving the poor mistreated children of Africa), there lies an elaborate evil agenda.

Click here to see the massive “New Generation” agenda behind KONY 2012.

The following pertinent news reports were sourced from Mike Smith’s article, The Kony Con and the coming American invasion of Africa:



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