Thank you so much for this video.
I was feeling uneasy about the means Invisible Children uses. I didn't like the factual dishonesty (even if it's towards a noble goal). The Kony 2012 video completely obscures the fact that the very same Ugandan Army that we are asked to reinforce with US military against Kony, is an army that has blatant disregard of human rights, treating men women and children in inhuman ways, and also that there's a huge deal more to African wars than simply saying "one man is a monster, let's just stop him". I mean, there's a lot more context to it, and the US as well as other countries have really messed up African politics by meddling with imperialist goals and colonization, why won't we leave Africa alone?
So I'm even further disappointed that apparently Invisible Children is only giving 35% of the charity money to African programs, and using most of it towards awareness.
I think it's good to not get super-excited with viral internet things...
That said, I'm very happy to see that people of the world are so easily mobilized by compassion, even if the Kony 2012 campaign is misleading and misguided. We do need compassion on a global scale.