Kony 2012 Hoax Exposed

Joseph Kony 2012: growing outrage in Uganda over film
There is growing outrage in Uganda over a viral internet film viewed by more than 32 million people in four days that suggests Africa’s longest-running conflict is still raging in the country’s north.

Kony 2012: Invisible Children and Visible Racism
The first issue is the distorted and one-dimensional analysis in the video, where Joseph Kony is the overarching bad guy in Uganda who must be stopped.

Kony 2012 just empty clicks
…here’s the ultimate symbol of our new no-sweat moralising: the Kony 2012 video that’s been watched by 60 million people in just one week.

Kony 2012 Hoax Exposed
A constellation of celebrities and politicians have lined up behind the film and support its call to track down Joseph Kony of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRC) and put him in the docket at the United Nation’s International Criminal Court for exploiting children in his war in Uganda. Lady GaGa, Bill Gates, George Clooney, Bill Clinton, Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs, Harry Reid, Angeline Jolie and other supposedly “liberal” notables are behind the Invisible Children plan to snag Kony before the end of 2012.

Arrest Angelina Jolie For War Crimes: Kony 2012
Angelia Jolie openly works for the UN and CFR pushing globalist wars under the cover of humanitarian intervention. We need to call a spade a spade, this is part of a new branding rollout to launch a AFRICOM take over of Africa. This constitutes a crime against humanity and Jolie is a party to it and needs to be arrested along with other globalist that are using left cover to widen globalist empire.

Syrian talks fail, but Annan is “optimistic”
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Russia not taking sides in Syrian conflict — Lavrov

Russia threatens to veto U.S. resolution on Syria
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Controversy surrounds CNN footage from Syrian activist
Video footage broadcast by CNN purporting to depict Syrian government violence was staged by the journalist reporting on camera, recent reports have claimed.

At least 15 killed in Israeli air strikes on Gaza
Israeli air strikes on the Gaza Strip have killed at least 15 people in an escalation of the worst clashes with Palestinian militants so far this year.

16 Gazans killed in Israeli attack since Friday

Way to go, IDF!
The cyclical ritual of bloodletting between Israel and Gaza always prompts two questions: ‘Who started it?’ and ‘Whose is bigger?’

Attack on Iran? ‘Doubts Israel capable of launching war’
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10 Myths About Iran — And Why They’re Dead Wrong
Here’s the truth about Iran

Egypt parliament to consider cutting off US aid
Sunday’s move by the People’s Assembly was sparked by the March 1 departure of six Americans defendants in a case of 43 employees of nonprofit groups accused of using illegal foreign funds to foment unrest in Egypt.

Don’t look away from Bahrain’s revolution
One month after the pro-democracy protests began, Bahrainis faced a brutal military crackdown, when Saudi-led Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) troops entered the country to quell the Bahraini uprising. Basically, Saudi Arabia did to Bahrain what it couldn’t do to Egypt: intervene directly to save a long-standing ally.

Sixteen Afghan civilians killed in rogue U.S. attack

Afghans Angered by US Massacre of Civilians

Nato airstrike kills three Afghans

US seeks to contain damage from Afghan shooting
President Barack Obama and Defense Secretary Leon Panetta both called Afghan President Hamid Karzai to express their condolences after an American soldier in Afghanistan wandered off base and allegedly gunned down 16 villagers, and Panetta vowed to “bring those responsible to justice.”

Obama: Shooting of Afghan civilians ‘tragic and shocking’

In Assessing the Damage, Fears of an Emboldened Taliban

Afghanistan shooting: Gingrich says Afghan mission may not be ‘doable’

Poll: Overwhelming US Opposition to Afghan War
War ‘Not Worth the Cost’

GCHQ civilian staff face war crimes charge over drone strikes in Pakistan
Human rights lawyers claim in High Court that civilians are ‘parties to murders’

Maiden trip: Vladimir Putin to visit Pakistan in Sept
The newly-elected Russian president, Vladimir Putin, accepted an invitation extended by Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani to travel to Islamabad in September this year, said an official announcement.

US air raids on Al-Qaeda kill 33 in Yemen
At least 33 people have died and 55 injured in two US air raids on Al-Qaeda strongholds in the Al-Bayda mountains. The area is south of the capital Sana’a, in Abyane Province in Southern Yemen. Local security sources say the victims were young recruits, taken by surprise at supper in a training camp.

18th journalist killed in Honduras in past two years

The dirty war on WikiLeaks is now trial by media in Sweden

The Crime of Truth: Obama’s Persecution of the Peacemaker

Britons fund own Orwellian future?
The British government is pushing through an anti-terror law that will enable it to monitor all private electronic communication, including social media. Ironically, people to be watched are set to pay for the privilege.

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