One of my aussie friends skype'd me about this. I watched a half hour video just a bit ago, then we discussed what could be going on.
Now, the video does seem to be "off", but I may provide some insight into that. I know the presonality type of the guy doing the video. Artistic,
passionate, naive. My best friend is an artist in the commercial music business. I see the kinds of things he posts on FB, and he doesn't quite "get
it". He seems to be blinded by his naive idealism, and faith that the grassroots cultural movements can change the world. I used to think like
So what I'm trying to say, is if you feel that you're being a bit emotionally manipulated in the film, you are, but with good intent. That's not
the conspiracy part. This guy seems to genuinely believe in this movement.
Thing is, the elite use our spiritual inclinations and emotional outpours to push their agendas into action. Initial genuine sparks of protest can be
amplified, and swayed to give the results of predetermined goals. Just take a look at history for a long list of examples....
So applying that to this situation, this is what I see:
I see a government who has objectives and timelines, yet is having to get more creative to get people on board. The traditional MSM brainwashing
isn't working so well these days. People are finding different ideas from different sources to shape their perceptions of the world around them.
Now, everyone knows the concept of, "divide and conquer", but an equally powerful one the elite uses is, "infiltrate and manipulate". So I fully
believe these people within the organization are legit. I believe they are doing what they think is best, but why exactly are congressmen supporting
Do you realize how many people are taken from various villages around the world? How many young children are trafficked from region
to region, for the purpose of slave labor and as sexual slaves? This 30,000 over 26 years is, unfortunately, just a drop in the bucket.
I see this scene as growing, but don't understand why congressmen and troops are being sent in if so few are asking for it in comparison to various
other movements. It doesn't make sense, except it does. Remember, swaying the direction, and shaping the outcome. So you give a little support to
this movement from the establishment, and they get excited and use that support as faith in their cause, and push other people to have faith in it.
Eventually some sort of mass awareness is reached, and we send in more troops and take over the region.
You see, we can't easily declare war without mass public support anymore. What better way then to have this guy who is sincere, motivated, and
fighting for the children?! It only took me one minute to find this out:
Uganda has a bit of Oil
Minerals in Uganda
So when I put this all together, it's the same damned story that's happening worldwide right now. This is about resource wars. All major powers are
vying for pieces of the pie. China has been heavily "investing" in Africa for the last 15 years or so. They do the same as US corporations. Go in,
make promises and write sketchy contracts, then rape the land, pollute the waters, and ditch after the resources are extracted.
It's just a continuation of the same, but at a faster pace. Uganda may have rare earths. China has a monopoly on that market. If US satellites have
picked up indication of certain resources in the area they need, they'll capitalize on this movement, make sure it grows, and send it troops to take
over the land, secure resources, give contracts to western pals, and the game plays on...