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Solving KONY 2012 and blighted Africa's problems.

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posted on Mar, 7 2012 @ 09:44 AM
There is a current worldwide upsurge on awareness of African children's plight, where they had been enslaved at young ages against every civilise rule on Earth. It is not only happening in Uganda, but in the entire blighted continent.

ALL MAN ARE BORN EQUAL. It is only opportunities in life that separates a blue eye blond living in middle class democratic Europe from the dark skin black eyed african goatherder. Both are no less intelligent than the other, or less human.

Africa alone, could have fed the world several times over for millenia with its rich resources. But unfortunately, through the greed of man, it has became a blighted continent where power and wealth is held by a tiny few over the billions enslaved and kept stupid/docile, through all kinds of false doctrines and social order. None worse than the heinous enslavement of children.

It will only continue on if the other civilised democratic nations in the world does nothing.

Sending in armies or throwing pennies WILL NOT SOLVE africa's problems. Greed is strong and deadly alive in those nations. Army destroys, and do not have the capacity to build up nationhood amongst citizens. Freedom and responsibilities cannot be bestowed upon by others, it HAVE TO come from the citizens themselves, badly enough to sacrifice themselves for it, so that generations later will TREASURE such freedom.

Throwing pennies will only enrich the few and the corrupted. It had never solve Africa's problems. Let's be frank and seek for the truth. Billions had poured into Africa, and what's the results? Only more corruption and enslavement of the africans. Worse today, as tyrants from China and Russia sought to rob africans of their birthright and resources.

The only solution is EDUCATION.

It will be a long term project, and not overnight, probably takes about a generation - 40 years to set Africa right. It should have been done decades ago, but was neglected. No more. There must be a starting point, and no better than today, if we TRULY CARE for our fellow brothers and sisters in Africa.


Invite families with children over to take up jobs in the various industries democratic nations can offer. Treat them with respect, not disdain or as slaves. Help them with homes and education for their kids. There is no need to give them citizenship and should not be encouraged. Let their parents have the opportunity and responsibility to take care of their children, to pay their will, and understand and comprehend civilisationhood with its responsibilites.

Currently, nations around the world only welcome young workers. We are actually robbing from their nations, as their best, brightest and abliest becomes our citizens, while their own nations only gets left behind, drained and rich for pickings by the greedy.


Send those educated children back to RECLAIM THEIR BIRTHRIGHT. With their education, they will be able to hold middle class positions such as teachers, supervisors, skilled technicians and administrators - the building blocks of civlise societies.

They will form the initial mass of educated citizens, as more african families are continually sent to the west for jobs and education.


As more are sent back to reclaim their birthright, they will form the critical mass and societal support to change the direction where their societies should be headed, and with their education, to contribute to their society and the world with its vast resources.

WIth 40 years from today, if such a programme is co-ordinated and carried out, Africa will too be a leading continent, leaving NONE behind.

I say again, do not be fools to send armies or pennies into Africa. It will not resolve anything but lead to quigmires. Active Affirmation Action plans are needed, if we are truly sincere about our fellow humans in Africa.

posted on Mar, 7 2012 @ 09:45 AM
There are multiple Threads about Kony.

Here's one

posted on Mar, 7 2012 @ 12:10 PM
reply to post by SeekerofTruth101

The only solution is EDUCATION.

begin here:
Kissinger plan to transform North Africa and Middle East into Turkmenistan

related: Christian evangelical organisations as fronts for the CIA; news from Uganda.

IMHO the only solution would be to have a Nuremberg style tribunal
put Kissinger and all his cronies,enablers and agents in this on trial for crimes against humanity

expose all the filthy details during the trials
sentence them to death
confiscate their every last penny and put it in a reparations fund for africa
and send them off to africa for their executions

by gasoline soaked tire

posted on Mar, 7 2012 @ 02:08 PM
reply to post by DerepentLEstranger

The past belongs to the past. Mistakes had been made, and for centuries. The African blight didn't start with Kissinger, or even the arab slave traders whom brought the concepts of slavery to every nation of the world that they traded with. It belong far far back in our infancy as mankind, days of when we lived in jungles.

The blame game will get us nowhere. IT is today that we must address, so that the future can be changed, for future is never casted in stone, but can be altered by what we do today.

If there had been any mythical alphabet agencies at work hidden from plain view, one thing for sure in the open is China and Russia's rapacious greed for african resources through further enslavement by bribing the corrupted leaders there, as they do in their own country, to hell with african freedom.

The other agency at work are knowned and well publicised american advisors in african states, not for resources as USA has its own resources, but as a rightfully stop gap measure to end the needless suffering and pain of unarmed african citizens seeking for succor.

It is only a stop gap measure, but never a long term solution to the african blight. Solving it is not the work of one man alone, no matter how empowered he is. The solution will have to come from africans themselves. Freedom cannot be bestowed upon by others, but only by themselves...

I can only appeal to the rest of the world to help, not by sending armies, cheap labour or throwing pennies anymore, but by active affirmation action for our fellow human brothers and sisters in the continent of Africa. The suffering there must end, as well as the misuse of resources both human and mineral we mankind share on the planet....

All civilised humans love freedom - responsible freedom, and it needs to be won, never freely given...

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posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 03:12 AM
reply to post by SeekerofTruth101


Or we let them deal with their own problems.

posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 09:48 AM
reply to post by Rockpuck

Yes. We can. Close our eyes and ears. Focus on our own instead - the disappearing middle class, high inflation, foreclosure, poor, etc, or even just care about our ownselves and leave the world to rot...

When we no longer care for others, so too will others not care about us, and gradually, we will only return the jungles following jungle laws, and will only see the end of humanity soon, hopefully long before we ourselves can withstand the pain and sufferings that comes from jungle living, on our own, with only our own rules and no one else or face our sword.

It need not be this way for mankind...

We have the individual capacity to rise above our own woes. No one needs to be alone to wallow in self pity. Alone, life will tough if not impossible. Life is meant to be shared, and only by sharing can we collectively overcome any obstacles that threatens mankind.

There is no need for superheroes. You , an ordinary person, are the superhero, when you learn to share and rise above common woes. It needs no huge sums from you, or a popularity circus to elevate yourself onto a pedestal. You only need to reach out to others, in your free time, and free will, to discuss, debate and find solutions to heal our world, collectively....

Below is a pic of an african child, eyed by a vulture waiting to feed on him. It was a time of famine. His national leader had failed to provide for him and many more. While the leaders luxurite in cronyism and corruption, the african masses are left alone, and for decades. This is and will be what happens when 'we leave them alone'..

Why had we, civilised mankind, 6.99 billion of us, abandon this child to the vultures, and denied him a chance of a mortal life? Is apathy so cheap and our conscience so rotten today?

posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 09:50 AM
reply to post by Rockpuck

that's what he seems to be proposing

make a show of taking a teeny tiny tentacle to trial or executing by drone
while the whole octopus is conveniently ignored and allowed to proceed as usual

in other words make a lot of show and noise and back-patting and pretend the problem is solved
so we can go back to ignoring it.

would not be surprised if until elections are over we're going to be bombarded with an entire,
planetary rogues gallery.

but fear not the magical -negro/MK-kid/tavistock/messiah will rescue us

just like he "saved us" from bin laden.

posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 09:52 AM
reply to post by Rockpuck

When you're so malnourished that your head and body are the same size, and not to mention you're 4 years old, how the hell you gonna help yourself?
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posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 10:41 AM

Originally posted by
reply to post by Rockpuck

When you're so malnourished that your head and body are the same size, and not to mention you're 4 years old, how the hell you gonna help yourself?
edit on 8-3-2012 by because: (no reason given)

exactly nor can you prevent your countries resources from being looted

America alone represents 4.6 percent of the world’s population and 33 percent of global consumption.

posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 11:09 AM
Who's pulling the strings on this one because this is the same Kony that was killing people last week, last month and last year and murder and rape does not count because rebels where doing that in Libya and nothing was said about all the black people they were killing and still are as can be seen below and this was just last week

More is going on with this Kony guy than meets the eyes and I suspect this has more to do with get China out of Africa than anything else

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