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Everyone's seen the Kony 2012 video. So... is the non-profit any good?
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After receiving half a dozen of those links to the video I said "I sent 5 million invisible dollars" stop spamming me.
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The fact that this guy Kony is a Dirt Bag is certainly not at issue. The fact that someone did a video to help expose him and bring him under public scrutiny; Bravo! The fact that people are awake enough to get angry, Stellar. But, the charities that spring up from these things... mostly useless. My biggest hope is not that people will throw money at this but, maybe, just maybe, people will get angry enough to start using public opinion to muscle a response out of politicians to use our nation's considerable might and influence to do some good for a reason other that oil or other financial gain.
 
its worth it what if u where one of those children
 
The problem is neither the message, nor the cause, the problem is accountability. "Invisible Children", the charity raised x million and used 70% for their own troubles and costs, leaving only 30% for the actual cause. I haven't verified this.
 
it has sped across the country rapidly. it has been viraly and verbaly spread in my community. the fact that he would do it to one kid would be bad enough but numbers over 30,000 is beyond hell.
 
Well.. wait.. 30 percent of proceeds the rest being pocketed.. v .. 100% of nothing.. maybe instead of talkin crap on dude we should be proffering better charities?

Actually.. I know jack and diddly about charities.
 
Why dont they just import a spy? wait maybe because its to dangerous and Kony would kill him/her if he knew the truth. But guys listen, if they could some how communicate to his army that he is a bad person and dont be afraid to fight him cuz there are more of them and they can easy over through him. His army would turn against him and kill him. But its not as simple as it sounds huh.
 
Like I said, charity is business these days. Does any one know the exact amount they raised? Whatever the amount, 70% of that didn't go to the cause, it was pocketed. Think of it as returns on an enterprising charity if you will. I haven't yet found any good sources to verify this though.
 
I think your right Baker, I think most of the money charity gets they give to their employers or keep it for some other cause. I bet ppl know but they are probaly being kept silent by the charity company or dont want to say anything at all.
 
Try the IRS website. It's all there.
I still support what they're trying to do though, just not how. They're trying to do it.
 
it's a SCAM! the dingo made the video is not much better than kony. do your own research people.
 
Actually, no. The child soldiers in Africa are consistently brainwashed and given drugs to alter their perception. To the members of Kony's army, he is presumably portrayed as a kind, fatherly figure, a liberator, and a freedom fighter. Convincing them to turn on him would be like convincing mother teresa to abandon her faith. You should read 'A Long Way Gone' by Ishmael Beah, a [former] child soldier who lived in Sierra Leone. That would give everyone a good insight into what is actually happening to these poor children. The only way to end this, blunt as it may sound, is to put a bullet in Kony's ear and then take the soldiers and put them in programs designed to 'demilitarize' them. You know, instead of essentially just saying, "Kony is bad and he should feel bad".
 
i'm sorry that last comment was directed towards marissa. hopefully that clears up any ambiguity there.
 
+Tom O'Hare or read Social Torture (a book specifically about this). It is a disturbingly complex issue.
 
Hasn't Apple been exploiting children for years?
 
Wow. Just. Wow...your troll level is high.

Child worker != child soldier.
 
I saw the video and raised my own questions. (Without prejudice) Kony is 'killable" by any bunch of mercenaries (relatively cheap). Child armies have existed in many forms for many years in many countries. I want to know what happened to Jacob? How many individual children have been "saved"? WHO are the 'child soldiers' fighting? Why? 30,000 children in a single child army in Uganda seems very high. (How many children were 'abused' under Idi Amin? I would not give "invisible children" my money until they can answer many more questions I have.
 
i got the action kit and i'ts my job to help on april 19
 
but its reality look out ur window and image a murder out there what would u do? would u want help? they dont want help they need help
 
it's very sad it my job to help support and donate for them
 
This cause is about killing a man. I hope he really is who the video says he is, otherwise we're just an angry mob.
 
kony must be stopped
kony must be stopped
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how many times do you read or see on the news that a mexican drug lord has been arrested or killed? Or a top Al Qaeda person has been arrested or killed? Has that ended the mexican drug trade? No. Killing Osama and other Al Qaeda henchman, has that ended terrorism? Not even close. The problem is so much more broad than one person. Stop following trends simply because your 5+ of your friends posted a youtube video on it. I will admit, the video is very well done and is for a great cause, but this guy is trying to take on problems in Africa that are so much larger than a person and his army.

http://truthfromthemat.wordpress.com/2012/03/08/stop-kony-2012-stop-trending-and-educate-yourself/

99% don't understand or will argue what I posted
 
Do I sense a chip on ones shoulder? MEOW! Tralalalala!
 
No matter how you support this cause, simply making this popular in the eye of the world, while keeping your wallet closed, is a very good thing for people who can't defend themselves. Awareness in America has always produced results!
 
Hey look, not everyone believes everything they hear on the internet. Thank you Lifehacker.
 
Since google+ felt like interrupting my normal news with this: They've responded to most claims on the website's Critiques page, if anyone is interested. The charity is very transparent, and will be undergoing external audits once they increase the size of their board. Also, contrary to what someone said like 6 comments ago, it's about capturing Kony to bring him to trial in international court. Not killing him. Killing him would actually be less effective, as it would make him a martyr to some, and prevent him from being the example that he needs to be to discourage this type of blatant inhumanity.
 
+Andrew Sorn We're all up in the middle east still, we don't need to be up in Africa too.
 
we watched it at school if it was a scam they wont show it spread kony2012 we need to help
 
+Erika Newnam Are you fucking stupid? Theres plenty of things shown at school that are a scam.
 
#StopKanye. Seriously, thank you, +Roger Clark and LifeHacker, for helping to keep this in the proper perspective.
 
Interesting watching the evolution of a propaganda campaign. Of all the murderous, bloodthirsty warlords, tyrants, and dictators in the world, why this man and why now? Why should I, or my nation, spend blood and treasure going after this particular individual?
 
Why is it that people try to find something negative out of something that basically bought America closer? I don't get it but I'm glad +Andrew Sorn said what he said.
 
Well said Lifehacker! Thanks.
 
+Jack Leone Because thats how life works. People like IC are con artists who leach off money. Project RED is just as bad.
 
+Paul Henning Military Advisers and satellite technology are not a long standing military occupation or commitment. We have more people stationed in Japan than in Uganda. So put it in perspective. These are not combat roles even. They are quite literally acting as advisers to the armies in order to get them in line. AND you can take solace that in the presence of the US advisers, these armies are under greater supervision to maintain military decorum and not commit any of the atrocities that historically come with fighting war. Like rapes, desecration of bodies, or fragging. All of which the US Military is not stranger to presently.
 
Paul theres no need for the lanauge its my opionion and im not stupid i believe in that if a person needs help they deserve it imagine if that were ur children or friends i might be a teenager but i want to build a better tomorrow and i dont like to see people in pain
 
You know you can always apply logic and reasoning to excuse avoiding giving of your money to a good cause.
 
+Andrew Sorn Regardless of the invisible children charity and it's intent or irregularities perceived, putting the man on trial will do no more good than killing him. AFRICA is the least media covered area of the planet. Do you think they all have radio tv and the internet? Come on! Let's not be naive about this. To say that killing him would make him a martyr is no different to saying that putting him on trial would make him a LIVING martyr! Dead, he is gone forever and of course someone else will fill the gap, but ALIVE he will have an international audience to preach to!
 
it just A DOLLAR people! your giving money to the foundation to let people know about KONY and money to the government to keep the troops in africa! just donate. GOD!
 
So I just talked to my cousin in Santa Barbara, and Oprah is airing the movie on the 16th. and she has made a substantial donation to the organization. At least this organization is doing something which is more than most of the critics are doing.
 
If anyone has doubts about the organization then don't give them money. But the goal their pushing for is to push for global awareness for the capture of Kony in 2012. I hardly see how sharing a video for free, writing a senator to offer support for US advisers to continue their work and be better supported donates anything to IC. If you don't support them, don't. It doesn't detract from their campaign and motive in the slightest.
 
+Wayne Cox The critics aren't being scammed. And you are in that do-nothing group as well. Why not pick up a machine gun and take care of business there yourself.
 
Sorry, +Kadianne Pollioni , but it's not my job, or the job of my nation, to rid the world of warlords, dictators, and tyrants. Let the people of Africa deal with the mess in their own backyard themselves. I'm tired of my nation playing World Police. Kony is not a national security issue for the United States.
 
Okay you all know about kony 2012 if you want to help if you want if you don't then don't there's no need to fight why cant everybody just get along
 
+Paul Henning Congratulations on trolling like a champ buddy. You'll reach a hitler comparison eventually.

+Graham Whittaker I see your point of view, but this is not a ideological or unified group. It is one run by fear and terror to a deity-like presence they perceive. Remove him, show him to be mortal and punishable like any other man, and you remove the Axel from their spokes, so to speak. While it won't instantly fix everything, it's progress. And Kony has no ideology to preach: he is not a prophet, not a public figure. He is the dictionary definition of a Warlord.
 
+Erika Newnam because +Paul Henning has way too much cynicism in him to even tolerate the thought that it's not a black and white case of Everyone Else but Me is Stupid. Hahaha.
 
do your own research....awareness is free
 
+Andrew Sorn Are you being paid by Invisible Children? Is there some affiliate program I don't know about?
 
Thank you so much for posting this. I've always felt blind donating to my church and charities so this will allow me to give with a clear mind! :D
 
Jury is still out imo....LOTS of the money they collect is used for the videos. And do we know, for sure, what is needed....seems some of what is reported is old news...several years old.
 
Oh for fucks sake
Seriously people, don't fall pray to this shit. If you do, you're a good 8 years too late, because Kony was exiled to Congo way before you even googled "Uganda" so you could locate it on a fucking map.
There's way more pressing issues than one man doing all this shit, in fact, it's widespread. He's not the only piece of shit to be stealing kids off the street - hell, it's happening here at home, in the USA, or is that not cool enough to talk about?
 
I think the over-all idea behind the Kony 2012 movement is to put a stop to this sort of activity in all of its forms. In Uganda, the Congo or Malibu. You have to start somewhere. I imagine this is as good a place as any (I do have to side with +Rox Finigan though in so much that I think we have enough problems to fix here).
 
+Andrew Sorn Thank you for your charitable reply. I am old. I was in Kenya when Idi Amin and his British henchman were in Uganda, and we were mopping up a genocide. In the 40+ years as a traveling journalist I have seen and done much, and IC will not change ONE THING. I have spoken to mercenaries (Strangely you might think) many of them good men and women. They do dirty work, yet somehow I can not condemn many of them. (A few) My point is the gruesome reality of never-ending fund raising and finding yet another cause to keep the coffers filling. I would give my life for every child on this planet, every woman raped, every life abused. But I find IC's long term methodology wrong and distasteful. And as an old man, if I have blood on my hands, then if there is a God I am already forgiven. But thanks.
 
Everyone seems to be criticizing +Paul Henning because he's a "cynic"? No, he's trying to make sense of a bunch of morons attempting to profit off of yet another tragedy that we can't control and while bloggers and college kids keep passing along an expired message of attempting to come across as worldly and concerned, nobody is really giving a shit, and the kids are still suffering. This is just the flavor of the month. Remember the oil spill in the gulf coast? Neither do I. They're still cleaning that shit up.
 
i watched it , its so sad but i will trie to help
 
Everyone, tri is a scam and this video is about 20 years late. Kony is off dying in a hole. There is no evidence that he is returning either. People need to check their facts before believing whatever they see on the internet.
 
So how much would it cost to hire an assassin? we could raise the money to take out a hit on Kony, the problem is pyramid organizations like his always have another one just like him if not worse waiting to take his place. It is a very perplexing conundrum we find ourselves in, not to mention corrupt governments who turn a blind eye.
 
Oh your so interested in supporting the cause. You have the money to send, good. Now tell me how you have helped the invisible children in your own country
 
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Invisible Children is an organization that is primarily focused on raising awareness, and that is evident in their financials. I don't believe that there is anything wrong with Invisible Children spending money on raising awareness, unless the donors made restricted donations. If you are concerned about the amount of money Invisible Children pays their employees, please consider that most of them could probably make more money working in the private sector.
 
i might be a young teenager but what would you think if Kony to over here what if he tries to do what hilter tried then what will we do?
 
was to come to america and do the same thing
 
dont want to hear about politics. politics are the anti thesis of logic. meaning deception and trickery is how it works....
 
I appreciate the article from Lifehacker. It's always great to see where your money is going when you donate. We should be careful on our words +Baker Kawesa when we say they "pocketed 70%" as the tax for clearly shows they didn't "pocket" it. It actually says the amount "pocketed" was appropriate and in line with standard NPO. Perhaps they aren't as efficient as you'd like, that's okay and accurate to say, but they didn't just pocket it.

There's always going to be upkeep. Even the organization Lifehacker mentioned at the end suggested a "100% go to malaria nets" however, in order to get them there, pay people, they have to have more income. Someone is paying for it. It's just a matter of who. If you want 100% of YOUR donation to go to something give to something like that. But we can't assume whatever we give magically appears where it needs to go without a cost.

To all those who commented on "why we should be risking ourselves for someone else" (+Sean Davis, +Paul Henning, etc), it's much easier to say that from the comforts of America. Not to say Americans have it easy, but I can't remember the last time someone was brutalized in front of me, or I saw people skin and bones around me.

When I was at the +The White House lobbying with IC for the passing of the bill, Ugandan Delegates weren't asking us to wage war in Central Africa. They asked for our help. Whatever we can give. They've attempted and can't track him down fast enough. He moves by the time they get there. They need advisers and technology, which is what the Bill gave.

Either way, I think the outrage on the issue reflects selfishness and lack of care for humanity. It's the "me" perspective at its finest.

Appreciated your thoughts +Erika Newnam and +Andrew Sorn.
 
(CALLING ALL VIGALANTES) KILL THE KONSTA!
 
He is like Hitler, only worse, he lets these children live through what they do, knowing its awful, making them suffer. For what? Nothing. Except to maintain power. They aren't asking you for three thousand dollars a week people. Only a couple a month. Spread the word! Stop Kony. Imagine if your niece or nephew or daughter or son or sister or brother or anyone you know at a young age was forced to kill or become a sex slave? What would you do? I may seem like I'm too young to care. But my whole school is wearing red tomorrow. To stop him. We petition, we fight, we protest. And we all will be heard.
 
Ok I have read some of comments left and all I have to say is wow. It is free to raise awareness on your Facebook Twitter or g+ (etc.) Pages. Most people post nonsense on those pages anyways. Will i purchase anything off the website... NO! But I will do my best to raise awareness. Is this mission,war (or what ever you wanna call it) waaaayyy to big for this one guy to fight? YES!!! but it has to start with someone. Will the arrest of kony stop others like him?....NO!!!! I thought we were suppose to fight evil not tolorate it.. All these negative comments about this kony 2012 is a shame. I have a child and if this happened to him i would stop at nothing to get him back.
 
Mugabe has been doing this and "worse" for over 25 years... not a single fuck has been given...
 
According to the Better Business Bureau (BBB), Invisible Children is not BBB-accredited: "Despite written BBB Wise Giving Alliance requests in the past year, this organization either has not responded to Alliance requests for information or has declined to be evaluated in relation to the Alliance’s Standards for Charity Accountability. While participation in the Alliance’s charity review efforts is voluntary, the Alliance believes that failure to participate may demonstrate a lack of commitment to transparency. Without the requested information, the Alliance cannot determine if this charity adheres to the Standards for Charity Accountability. A charity's willing disclosure of information beyond that typically included in its financial statements and government filings is, in the Alliance's view, an expression of openness that strengthens public trust in the charitable sector."
Inform ourselves; it's our own responsibility.
 
How about we address the problem is strong as we do it for other countries for are own I feel terrible for the children but we have problems here can we work @ home first them solve the problem in another countrys
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Personally, The most interesting thing about all of this in my mind is the rabidity of both sides of the issue. If you feel the cause is worthy and desire to donat, why argue with someone that disagrees? Just donate. If you don't agree with the cause, don't donate. Both sides have every right in the world to use social media to change our minds. If your mind is already made up, then nothing you read will change it, so don't read the negative stuff. And vice versa. For those of us who haven't made up our minds...let us read the information in peace?
 
Of the $8.9 million they spent in 2011

$1.7 million in US salaries
$357,000 in film costs
$850,000 in Production costs
$685,000 in Computer Equipment
$244,000 in "services"
$1.07 million in travel expense
$400,000 inn rental property in San Diego
$16,000 in entertainment

The charity is very low rated because they do not disclose what they do with the money that is donated to them.

Do your research on any charity before quickly handing over your money. Give to transparent organisations that really need your help, there are many all over the world, that really do make a difference, and many of the people live and work for next to nothing in the communities they help.

How many of you know that Kony is still active in the area? you are being used, don't jump on a viral bandwagon...
 
Naive! That's what the human race is! Soon we will have a much bigger threat coming & this issue along with others like it will pale in comparison!
 
People that are interested in donating should go checkout what all Invisible Children actually does in detail (maybe surf their site). Their expenses are easily explained and understood if you look at what they actually do.

I prefer reading the random comments of people that say "swag" and other such things out of nowhere in this post because at least they know they aren't properly informed in detail of all the points of view on this subject (and the facts and their specifics) so they don't criticize.
 
PC tripe. Dead ahead. Don't fall for the media hysteria.
 
CMON!!! people should believe in them so kids wont get killed....dont doubt...
 
Great read. Ultimately it comes dosn to shades of gray. These charities are all doing good things. You just have to ask which one is doing it most effectively and efficiently - ultimately a very subjective answer.
 
As a sort of experiment I've been trying to start a decentralized leaderless organization devoted to consider the problem of Kony and the Lord's Resistance Army. I've been calling it the +Lord's Lord's Resistance Army Resistance Army. :) So far not one person has joined me! It seems there are a lot of people who would like to see or portray themselves as concerned, but not very many people at all who would like to put in any effort to organizing or thinking or creatively acting!? ;) Well, it makes sense, if you think about it: That's the kind of people in the world that produced Museveni and Kony in the first place.
 
Kony is doing this because he believes god is talking to him, a christian god. Let's see that in the video.
 
questing How many of you know any one from that area of teh world? Any here from Uganda. As for Kony army it not 30.00 kids that the number he has taken to date that is known. the problem is that cost to get anything done in Uganda has a tax that the local pay and outsider pay more.. the whole are ai unstable and I know a people there that live day to day not knowing who is coming to take their kids .. I sharing the visdeo as for that it help people know what is going it get the word out adn there is nothing wrong in that. If you want to give them money do so if you don't then don't but do not take down what is being effective at making people know there is way to stop people like this guy Kony .. He not eh one that started the LRA but he did take it over by killing the people who was in charge .. I do not trust the Uganda government or it Army to do thing right as that army has fraction that steal teen out of remote villages as well .. and that is very sad. but Kony kill and has the kids cut people up in the face if the do follow him.. that is evil and if passing video around to helps get people of power to help capture him then share on..
 
What people fail to realize is that this is a campaign for policy change, not a soup kitchen! Don't expect it to spend cash like one, jeez.
 
+Ian Howard Goodman where do you get this data and assumptions, us salaries??? If im not wrong the only audits on them dont say those words and did you know most of IC staff is not american???? Like an engineering profesor always told us, conclusions without data are just hypothesis...
 
I don't care if they use the money for a mass marketing 'trip' to the Maldives. The amount of awareness they've brought to the plight of Ugandan child soldiers and child sex slaves has been amazing.

How many of you knew who Kony was before this campaign started?
 
The breakup down of their finances is on their website, if I remember right they made about 6 and spent 2.8 directly and the rest is broken down to the dollar on their site
 
they want to create awareness and they successfully done it. but things like this don't come cheap especially when we talking on a global scale. just be positive for a while and save their future. not all us is lucky born in a peaceful nation.
 
Well of course they can't put everything towards the cause. Their power is in their publicity, and to get publicity in ways everyone will hear, they need money.
 
Not to mention that the video maker is using his own child -just a little pointer I'd like to bring here... Let children have their childhood, even if you're fighting for good cause! His little boy should not be told about criminals., he should be playing with kids-childhood lasts only 10-15 years so why is he spoiling it for his little boy I ask?
 
Terrible.just because kony isnt in the u.s. Doesnt mean we sld turn are heads.These are gods children and i think we have a duty To help.
 
Help me I have not seen a Squirrel in months, please give to the "Invisible Squirrel foundation" $50 and you will receive a white t shirt to signify an invisible Squirrel.
 
How can you ask is it worth it???Are the lives of 1000's of children worth it? Have you never noticed that the only countries that get help from this part of the world are those that have some monetary value to them..and I hate to say this but countries who's population is black seem to be ignored remember Rwanda...wake up is it worth it...thank God for multi media and people who are making us aware of these atrocities
 
Being on forums for years you see some kid ask a question and after years of seeing questions asked and people giving good advise that gets ignored its the same as these people that get upset we don't agree with them about issues like this. The Atrocities in Africa have been going on for a while now (Rwanda) they even made a movie about it so its nothing new so calm down and realize that this was just a Charity scam that worked really well and its great lots of people will focus on it just be careful who you send your hard earned money to its not that we don't care.
 
I know the guys who started Invisible Children, and I can tell you their heart is in it. the driving purpose is to disenable Kony. The first time they went there as film students, they did not know what they were in for. As some of the other posts detailed out, yes, they do make money.....however, money is what talks in certain situations, this being one of them. My 2 cents....
 
Maybe the guys over at Invisible Children are genuine, raising awareness is always positive thing, and they have been trying for years. That doesn't take away from the fact that the vast majority of the money does not got to the people they are trying to help. That is not charity, that is documentary film making business. As documentary film makers they are exaggerating facts and not providing any other information. They are tuggin on peoples heart strings and guilt. That is why they are rated very low as a charity, and also have yet to be audited by an official body. If they allow this procedure to happen, then they would not be facing the backlash they are now.

What is scary is this incredible mob mentality baying for blood and willing to pay up their money for just that. People are pumping money into something and they don't know what that money will be used for. I won't speculate about where the money will go.

Many of these same people that are crying out have no clue about what has been going on for years Uganda, many of these same people walk by poor children everyday, many of these same people that are crying all over the internet don't really care about the children, they want blood. Oooohhh a bad man has to be taken out? we will pay for that, but we won't help transparent organisations that really help children everyday, and whose staff live and work for hardly any money at all.

Forces have been trying to take out Kony for years, and who has he been surrounded by? children, the same children become casualties in every attempt to catch him, your money may be going towards killing more of the same children you think you are helping. In 1998 the taking out of the LRA escalated into a war between many countries that killed millions.

The bigger picture here is a possible change in how money is going to be extracted from people. People will be happy when Kony is captured and they will want more again, any organisation that has slick production will tug on the heart strings of these same people and collect the money. There could be videos made about any 'possible' target in the future and people will pump money into that... without knowing any of the real history behind the situations. The mob will rule with dollars, they will want it over and over for years to come, a new era.

Awareness is a positive thing, mob mentality because of wanting blood is not. The cycle is beginning "we want more" will be the cries of the masses. It's ok, tell yourself you are helping the children, then walk on by all the other children that need help.
 
thanks for the information I've heard a lot about this movement this week.
 
I believe all children need support,Not some militant retard wanting to make a name for himself using helpless children.these children are going to become a more serious threat.And he knows this.The justice of the world has dealt with this for century's,How (seek and destroy) THAT'S MY OPINION.
 
The world is full of dictators, warlords, and tyrants. Why should the US spend its blood and treasure on Kony? Why not some other warlord on some other continent? Whatever is going on here, Kony is just the bloody shirt being waved to incite and lead the masses along.
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