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Old 07.03.2012, 16:15
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Kony2012-Cover the night Switzerland



KONY 2012 is a film and campaign by Invisible Children that aims to make Joseph Kony famous, not to celebrate him, but to raise support for his arrest and set a precedent for international justice.

"Start making Kony famous today, but all of these efforts will culminate on one day; April 20th, when we cover the night. This is the day when we will meet at sundown and blanket every street in every city 'til the sun comes up. We will be smart, and we will be thorough. The rest of the world will go to bed Friday night and wake up to hundreds of thousands of posters, demanding justice on every corner."

Joseph Kony is a Ugandan guerrilla group leader, head of the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), a guerrilla group that is engaged in a violent campaign to establish theocratic government based on the Ten Commandments in Uganda. The LRA, under Kony, has earned a reputation for its actions against the people of several countries, including northern Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, South Sudan and Sudan.

The LRA has abducted and forced an estimated 66,000 children to fight for them, and has also forced the internal displacement of over 2,000,000 people since its rebellion began in 1986. Children are abducted from their homes and turned into sex slaves and soldiers, forced to murder and maim from a young age. Ugandan children live in fear of being taken, in fear of being forced to kill their families and friends, and in fear of their own deaths. Kony must be stopped.

On April 20, Invisible Children is organizing an event where posters with Kony’s name will be put up all over the world, in order to bring awareness to Kony's crimes. When everyone knows his name and what he has done, then justice will be demanded.

Hopefully after watching the video you will feel you want to know more, donate or join or organise an event

HOW TO HELP:
Join TRI or Donate to Invisible Children: Here
Purchase KONY 2012 products: Here
Sign the Pledge: Here

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Re: Kony2012-Cover the night Switzerland

This really is a hard topic for me to decide upon. Not the hunt down and bring Kony to justice part. He is a monster in that respect. Of course, if that were to happen he'd either end up cornered and shot like Gaddafi, or tried and hung like Hussein. I have my own take on those outcomes, but I don't live anywhere near where Kony has been ruining lives for so long so I'll keep quiet.

The problems that have been coming to light are between groups who should be on the same side are vexing though. Those of the groups within Uganda who are trying to repair the damage and fix the country after Kony headed elsewhere and who see foreign intervention as unwanted because it appears to be taken unilaterally, and without regard for the existing groups aleady there, and the Kony2012 group who are bent on bringing his name into the global political arena so that governments are called to action by their people, and have been using the Ugandan plight to illustrate why.

Unlike the YouTube trolls, I do believe that the Kony2012 movement's heart is in the right place. One common argument I do not heed is around the lack of money from fund raising charities going to their intended destinations - this is always a hot topic, but those organisations do need to pay their way and they can have high overheads. So I'm not going to bash them at all. But I'm not willing, just yet, to throw my lot and my money in with them either.

I am doing more reading when I can to educate myself on this topic though.

This all being said, this is only my view of me, and I hold no opinion against anyone who supports Kony2012. In fact you have done more than I have, and made the decision already.

Finally though, I am looking forward to Cover the Night. It might be the first truly coordinated global action. (The "Occupy" events are global, but not coordinated in the same way).

I would welcome other thoughts on this - and especially discussion on how the Swiss government would react!
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Re: Kony2012-Cover the night Switzerland

I found an interview, it seems to be the only interview that Kony ever gave to a journalist. This is the link:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KdBcypx1DfE&list=FLCJ2fqtE7VsYW_L5HfeaP0g& index=2&feature=plpp_video

I also saw a movie inspired by Kony's atrocities: Machine Gun Preacher
You should see it!
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Re: Kony2012-Cover the night Switzerland

@Paxti and @ari_h

Those are both great! And I've decided to pinch them for FB as well. Especially the interview. Ok, it was six years ago when it was filmed, but Kony's denial of any torture, multilation, press ganging kids to fight for him is eerily echoed by Syrian President Assad claiming no torture or death has gone on under his watch too. And he (Kony) was so calm about it.
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This video was distributed via our work e-mail, but we were told by our employer to tread very cautiously as the organisation involved would appear to be controversial, whatever that means. I have not looked further into it, but it might be worth doing a little bit of research before making donations, however laudable it all seems to be.
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KONY 2012 is a film and campaign by Invisible Children that aims to make Joseph Kony famous, not to celebrate him, but to raise support for his arrest and set a precedent for international justice.

"Start making Kony famous today, but all of these efforts will culminate on one day; April 20th, when we cover the night. This is the day when we will meet at sundown and blanket every street in every city 'til the sun comes up. We will be smart, and we will be thorough. The rest of the world will go to bed Friday night and wake up to hundreds of thousands of posters, demanding justice on every corner."

Joseph Kony is a Ugandan guerrilla group leader, head of the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), a guerrilla group that is engaged in a violent campaign to establish theocratic government based on the Ten Commandments in Uganda. The LRA, under Kony, has earned a reputation for its actions against the people of several countries, including northern Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, South Sudan and Sudan.

The LRA has abducted and forced an estimated 66,000 children to fight for them, and has also forced the internal displacement of over 2,000,000 people since its rebellion began in 1986. Children are abducted from their homes and turned into sex slaves and soldiers, forced to murder and maim from a young age. Ugandan children live in fear of being taken, in fear of being forced to kill their families and friends, and in fear of their own deaths. Kony must be stopped.

On April 20, Invisible Children is organizing an event where posters with Kony’s name will be put up all over the world, in order to bring awareness to Kony's crimes. When everyone knows his name and what he has done, then justice will be demanded.

Hopefully after watching the video you will feel you want to know more, donate or join or organise an event

HOW TO HELP:
Join TRI or Donate to Invisible Children: Here
Purchase KONY 2012 products: Here
Sign the Pledge: Here

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Re: Kony2012-Cover the night Switzerland

I subscribe to a lot of international development blogs and these guys (Invisible Children) are copping a lot of flak for being simplistic and manipulative. A pair of examples...

http://owinomarket.wordpress.com/201...pletely-wrong/

http://www.warscapes.com/reportage/n...ony-real-world

There are plenty more.

Yes, Kony is bad and his group does bad things, but I wouldn't recommend sending any money to the group behind the video, or buying any products, without reading a little further on it.
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The campaign is too simplistic, and I can only think that there are hidden agendas behind it. Disgusting to use such a conflict to your own benefit, which will tarnish all of the hard work done by other charitable foundations.

Also reading this which was linked by the previews poster, just goes to show how ignorant the makers of the footage are, and how biased their judgement is. I wouldn't trust anything these manipulative people say.

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Re: Kony2012-Cover the night Switzerland

Please read this article before you give into all of the Kony 2012 hysteria:

http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opi...336601364.html

It is also the opinion of many, including myself that this is campaign mainly to pump up acclaim and donations for Invisible Children, rather than for the benefit of the Ugandan people.
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I have been aware of invisible children since they first began, because of close connections with some of the young people who started the organisation.

Whilst I have my doubts about the 'american' emphasis of the organisation, and the idea that the 'USA' should 'save' the situation - and I'm not sure that starting a war is a way to end a war - I also know that they set out with a very clear set of goals, and their actions are in line with their goals.

I suspect that a lot of people are imagining something like the 'grab and ditch the body' event surrounding the death of Osama bin laden. - without connecting the war in Afghanistan....

I do know that Invisible Children set out to:
- bring awareness of the issue of child soldiers (and not just those created by the LRA).
- mobilise young people across the western world to be aware of the issues and take action.
- connect young people who have been child soldiers, and escaped the LRA, with the worldwide community that cares about their plight.
- develop some on-the-ground, grass roots responses (that's 1/3 of their budget), that will directly support and allow a new future for ex-child-soldiers.

If you match their goals to their achievements - I think they have certainly achieved their goal. But for them, the work is not over before Joseph Kony is 'brought to justice' because that is what they set out to do in the first place.

When IC started out, the situation was more dangerous than it is now, but it's still shocking - and the problem of repatriation of ex-child-soldiers is extremely complex.

I also can't help thinking how many people will be happy when Joseph Kony is dead (and I for one have trouble imagining that he will ever get to stand before a proper court of law, although I do think that's important)....

I was in a workplace in Sydney, Australia, working alongside someone who was tortured by Saddam Hussein. He was a university professor, but from the 'wrong' Islamic sect... he was brain damaged because of being tortured with electricity. I will never forget the tears of joy, and the celebration for him and his family, because it gave a sense of justice, and an ending to their torture (and the first thing they did was to plan to return to see their family in Iraq).

If you want to support an organisation that is on-the-ground in Uganda, doing any sort of aid or development work, you will find one, as long as there is relative peace in the country.

If you want to support an organisation that does amazing on-the-ground work for the refugees, rape victims, casualties of war, orphans from the Rwandan genocide - run by locals, who do not leave when the war comes, I can recommend taking a look at this organisation:
http://www.healafrica.org/

They are based in Goma, along the DRC/Rwanda border....
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I do know that Invisible Children set out to:
- bring awareness of the issue of child soldiers (and not just those created by the LRA).
- mobilise young people across the western world to be aware of the issues and take action.
- connect young people who have been child soldiers, and escaped the LRA, with the worldwide community that cares about their plight.
- develop some on-the-ground, grass roots responses (that's 1/3 of their budget), that will directly support and allow a new future for ex-child-soldiers.

If you match their goals to their achievements - I think they have certainly achieved their goal. But for them, the work is not over before Joseph Kony is 'brought to justice' because that is what they set out to do in the first place.
Regardless of their intentions, the only thing IC managed to achieve is bring themselves into the media spotlight and worldwide disrepute so well done for that! Anything else I am just dismissing as false or highly inaccurate at best.
It's not your objectives and intentions that are judged in the end but the means you choose to pursue those goals. Unfortunately in today's world people's attention span is so short, and they just look at headlines, good, evil, victim, let's punish the evil, protect the victims, let's help the poor, think of the children... All words that resonate with everyone and sooner or later it will become meaningless.
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Re: Kony2012-Cover the night Switzerland

I'd like to point out that there are currently 100 US Special Operations troops deployed in Uganda tasked specifically with assisting local forces tracking down Joseph Kony, with support from their colleagues in Djibouti. The mission has been ongoing since mid October 2011: http://defensetech.org/2011/10/14/u-s-sending-combat-equipped-troops-to-africa/

Hopefully they will speed up the capture of this evil man.
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I'd like to point out that there are currently 100 US Special Operations troops deployed in Uganda tasked specifically with assisting local forces tracking down Joseph Kony, with support from their colleagues in Djibouti. The mission has been ongoing since mid October 2011: http://defensetech.org/2011/10/14/u-s-sending-combat-equipped-troops-to-africa/

Hopefully they will speed up the capture of this evil man.
I wonder why misr hasn't pointed out that it's very very evil that American forces are there?
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This Kony thing is a tricky one. I don't want to be a cynical keyboard warrior, but some of the counter points have to be taken seriously too.

On the one hand, I think that IC do have their heart in the right place and their approach and use (manipulation?) of the internet for Kony 2012 is slick, and pretty groundbreaking and should be a rocket up the arse for a lot of other NGO's and their attempts to raise awareness.
It's also hard to grumble about the way in which it has politicised millions of school kids growing up in this horribly cynical age of tit for tat gutter politics that we have stooped to in our own back yards - that is alienating vast numbers of younger people from politics in general.

On the other hand, I'm concerned that some of the information appears very outdated & Uganda is being misrepresented.
I don't think anyone is claiming that Kony is not a very bad man & needs to be held to account, but... the facts on the ground are that the LRA have been a massively diminished force since 2006 & that they're not even in Uganda anymore (They are currently in Congo), and estimates put their numbers at 300 - tops. So for starters, if IC is advocating armed intervention by the Ugandan army, This would therefore [at present] mean sending their troops into Congo & that has unknown diplomatic consequences.

Like I say, tricky issue.
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I wonder why misr hasn't pointed out that it's very very evil that American forces are there?
I can't wait for him to do so!

One other thing... plastering posters all over towns in Switzerland apart from designated boards is likely going to be illegal and get some people in trouble... Should be interesting.
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The campaign is too simplistic, and I can only think that there are hidden agendas behind it. Disgusting to use such a conflict to your own benefit, which will tarnish all of the hard work done by other charitable foundations.

Also reading this which was linked by the previews poster, just goes to show how ignorant the makers of the footage are, and how biased their judgement is. I wouldn't trust anything these manipulative people say.
I will reiterate what I have said - I don't think they (Kony2012) are simply out for cash. BUT - the way they are going about gaining support is a very American one. Such an emotional video, wonderful music, well choreographed imagery and cut-to's and so on. Just the kind of thing that gets American blood pumping. I was moved when I watched it, but not enough to give them money without reading further.

This letter is interesting too, and I will now finish reading it to the end!
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I can't wait for him to do so!

One other thing... plastering posters all over towns in Switzerland apart from designated boards is likely going to be illegal and get some people in trouble... Should be interesting.
Might be good for the country if all the rebellious youth just turned up and did that. At least here you might find all the posters stuck on walls lined up neatly next to each other and all angles correct and not just plastered willy nilly all over the place!
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It comes to something when the people you are supposed to be helping are telling you to back off (putting it politely).

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The more I read, the more I find myself turning away from Kony2012. I (yes, even still) think they believe they are helping. I just think that their method has been of that particular brand of white middle-class supremacy that just cannot see another country as having a valid voice - or even the right to handle things in their own way.

And it is clear that finding Kony is not the only issue at stake. Even if the LRA is halted, what about the government in Uganda which is still there?
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It is also the opinion of many, including myself that this is campaign mainly to pump up acclaim and donations for Invisible Children, rather than for the benefit of the Ugandan people.
That's what it looks like. Googling "Kony2012" or "Invisible Children" brings up pages with a prominent donations button. This is another Invisible Children site with more details about the organisation. But it's not obvious from any of the sites that the organisation has a religious affiliation: Invisible Children is described here, on the website of The Barnabas Group ("where marketplace leaders meet ministry opportunities") as a "ministry" which is a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, the Christian Management Association and the Christian Stewardship Association and presumably also of the Barnabas Group.

So, on the one hand, it's very upfront about wanting money while, on the other, it's not upfront about it's religious affiliation. That is not a good combination, as is raises questions about how the money is used, e.g. could it have anything to do with evangelising in Uganda (which hasn't always been positive)? Maybe not, but people have a right to know the nature of the organisation and where the donations end up.
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The Charity Commission, which regulates charities in England and Wales and publishes how they use their money, has an entry for Invisible Children indicating that it operates in England and Wales but has not submitted its accounts (320 days overdue). No information available on its financial history or compliance history. This also raises questions.
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