Skip to comments.KONY 2012 Psy-Op Collapsing
Posted on 03/14/2012 4:59:51 PM PDT by Whenifhow
...It has been revealed that indeed Invisible Children has been working with USAID, a US government agency that helps lay the groundwork for what could best be described as a modern-day imperial administrative network. It is now also revealed that Invisible Children attended the 2010 US State Department and Fortune 500 sponsored Alliance for Youth Movements (AYM) summit in London.
AYM (also called Movements.org) it was reported, played a central role in preparing armies of US State Department funded, trained, and equipped activists to carry out the so-called "Arab Spring" years in advance. Much like KONY 2012, the Arab Spring took many by surprise and in the wave of confusion, entire nations were upturned and US proxy regimes installed. Tunisia and Libya are now full fledged client states of Wall Street and London, while the fates of nations like Egypt and Syria still hang in the balance.
Unlike the "Arab Spring" however, the KONY 2012 scam has collapsed almost as fast as it first swept the globe. And as it falls, it is taking with it the credibility of all who participated in it and promoted it, including the deceitful International Criminal Court (ICC) and its chief prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo, as well as Hollywood and the corporate-media who did all in their power to lie, manipulate and make fools out of millions once more in the pursuit of perpetuating the imperial ambitions of Wall Street and London. ....
(Excerpt) Read more at landdestroyer.blogspot.com ...
Kony 2012 video inspires House resolution to go after warlord
HR 583 - see link below - http://mcgovern.house.gov/index.cfm?sectionid=15§iontree=168,15&itemid=622 Reps. McGovern, Royce Introduce Bipartisan Resolution Spotlighting Joseph Kony and the Lords Resistance Army H.Res. 583 Builds-off Unprecedented Publicity Push WASHINGTON, D.C. Rep. Jim McGovern (D-MA) and Rep. Ed Royce (R-CA) today introduced a Congressional resolution (H.Res. 583) spotlighting the atrocities of Joseph Kony and the Lords Resistance Army and supporting U.S. efforts to counter the LRA.
Another excellent article with a map
Wag the Ugandan Dog
Wasn’t youthmovement.org involved in the Gabrielle Giffords memorial fundraiser?
I remember that, yes! They showed up with T-shirts and a particular choice of words on programs or fliers or something. They looked very out of place. There were pix, too. It was just...odd.
I’m not sure - maybe someone else will post the answer to your question.
This is nice.
>>2. Objectives: The GYMAOC is an official youth platform of the UNAOC and acts a central element of its Youth Programming and has the following specific objectives:
Mobilize and strengthen youth organizations in order to reinforce their commitment to the UNAOC objectives;
Highlight results of youth actions and support networking for the advancement of cross-cultural understanding; and
Support the mainstreaming of youths voice and participation in all sectors of the UNAOC. <<
So their little attempt at the “Two Minutes Hate” fell flat.
Do you remember the ‘youth’ sites that were organizing themselves right into the middle of the ‘Arab spring’ power grab/test run? I think they were posting off proxies and working out of S America or something. They had handbooks and a bunch of tentacles spread out in other Soros-style webs. Creepy, actually, but they were using such idealistic, bragadocious drivel. Just yak yak yak, thinking they were on to something that in fact was poured into their oh-too-willing brains.
I don’t remember those threads, but the links are there. Do you recall?
One of them went to the New York City December 2008 (?) meeting on organizing.
Machine Gun Preacher on Kony 2012 (Muslim Brotherhood angle)
I remember them all gathering for the big rally in DC that was supposed to be the counter to Beck’s restoring honor rally. I remember there were a whole list of youth groups involved.
Bingo. And look where the “2008 technology conference link” goes NOW:
“Some Egyptian youth leaders attended a 2008 technology meeting in New York, where they were taught to use social networking and mobile technologies to promote democracy. Among those sponsoring the meeting were Facebook, Google, MTV, Columbia Law School and the State Department.
We learned how to organize and build coalitions, said Bashem Fathy, a founder of the youth movement that ultimately drove the Egyptian uprisings. Mr. Fathy, who attended training with Freedom House, said, This certainly helped during the revolution.
“U.S. Groups Helped Nurture Arab Uprisings”
By RON NIXON
Published: April 14, 2011
I dumped google over their interference in Egypt and haven’t gone back
Check out this article - and the hyperlinks in it
Alliance of Youth Movements: Color Revolution 2.0
Tnx. Yes. The Color Revolutions.
I remember the Arab Google guy sitting right there in the middle of Egypt, deep into this ‘Arab Spring.’
Schmidt was approached by 0bama in June of 2008, IIRC. Google and I parted ways right then.
“...It has been revealed that indeed Invisible Children has been working with USAID”
Translation: they are a front for the CIA. USAID just happens to be the same CIA front group that employed one Stanley Ann Dunham during her stay in Indonesia. The more things change, the more they stay the same...
They want to “build democracy”... yeah right, sure
Insightful guy. This smells like an operation to a) provide cover to the Muslim Brotherhood in Northern Sudan, b) help them dispose of rogue operators who have become impossible to control, and c) provide leftists with an example of “Christian” terrorists to demonize, in order to deflect attention from the real bad guys and stigmatize the newly independant Southern Sudanese.
AFRICA: The Legacy of Cecil Rhodes Anglo-American Empire
His success is probably what inspired Kony to take up the same tactics. So why does Kony 2012 try to pin the blame squarely on the LRA for a war in neither side seems to be a friend of the Ugandan people?
Its because Museveni is a willing tool of U.S. foreign policy. His troops are helping the Obama administration back up an impotent government in Somalia, a regime so mistrusted by its people that it has no power outside of Mogadishu. Because Museveni plays ball with the United States, he is given a free pass, just like Ethiopias Zenawi, to commit human rights abuses.
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