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Do you think KONY 2012 is just a scheme to get oil from Uganda?

  1. JasonLicerioPH profile image79
    JasonLicerioPHposted 6 years ago

    Do you think KONY 2012 is just a scheme to get oil from Uganda?

  2. pager7 profile image61
    pager7posted 6 years ago

    Personally I don't understand why this video clip has generated this much debate. Kony is a monster who killed and mutilated everybody he could lay hands on in Northern Uganda! It is only a pity that American interest in eliminating Kony is coinciding with our new found oil wealth, but if the Americans think now is the time to deal with this monster, it should not be perceived  as a guised aim at our oil..no! Kony is still as bad now as he was in the 1980s, the only difference is that he is out of our borders, but Southern Sudan, the DRC and the CAR are the new victims of this deadly man. We want him dead and dead very fast, may be as early as yesterday!

  3. Angela Kane profile image76
    Angela Kaneposted 6 years ago

    Yes I do because this so-called war has been going on for over 20 years and all of a sudden everyone wants to save these poor Uganda child soldiers. This also coincides with the starvation claims in Somalia and Niger where ironically there is even more oil. I do not like when a western country tries to act like they care all of sudden about people they never cared about for before. Once again this is just some scheme to get something that doesn't belong to them.

  4. Faceless39 profile image94
    Faceless39posted 6 years ago

    Another false flag, so yes.  And Trayvon Martin is just a means to get public support for stripping our gun rights away (wait for it.)

    Sad but true.  Our government went rogue 150 years ago.

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