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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Stop Kony

Been really busy lately, but this caught my attention.  Some of you may have seen it, some even blogged about it.

What matters is, its really important.



This could actually change the way the world is now.  At first I was a little disappointed, it takes some massive campaign like this for the West to wake up and realize what is actually happening over in Africa.

Then I realized something bigger.

The way society is right now, this video could change things.  I'll admit, I was incredibly moved by it.  I watched the whole thing and I plan to donate to it tomorrow.

The whole video is incredible, and really sums up how social media is changing revolutions and such in this modern era.

Step up, do something.  One thing leads to another, we could start here with Kony and move on to something bigger.

Kony 2012,
~Gryt

21 comments:

  1. So many new ideas that need to be stopped lately...

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  2. People know full well about awful things happening in Africa. Truth is most would rather fake ignorance than do something about it.

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  3. I'm with Shaw really, I think that's how most people see it.

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  4. The social networks are giving us great power, we have to use it!

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  5. Really interesting these new interactions.

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  6. Amazing isn't it? How the internet connects us all together like this.

    And then we have idiots in congress trying to censor it.

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  7. yea its only about 20 years late. and yea 3d is pretty awesome. as for the children, how can i save the invisible children if i cannot see them. batman

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  8. I haven't got a spare 30 minutes to watch this unfortunately.

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  9. I don't have any money to donate, but I'm trying to get the word out.

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  10. This has been going on for years, but all of a sudden, like a sickening fashion it has become popular?
    This planet man...

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  11. I had never even heard of this until I read your blog on it, but the movement is already spreading like wildfire, and it is all over the internet. I agree "One thing leads to another, we could start here with Kony and move on to something bigger." this is a real chance to change the world. I put the movie in my sidebar to show support...but I really have to give you props for bringing it to the attention of your bloggin' brothers and sisters. Thank you.

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  12. Most people wouldn't know or even care about it if it wasn't for their friends sharing it on Facebook, etc. They've only started sharing it to pretend they do give a crap.

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  13. I am amazed that this whole campaign has gained such traction. I would still be wary of where I donate my money. A lot of these charities are not really on the up and up.

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  14. @ Vatinam+
    Wish you a good day and full of joy...

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  15. Sharpen the pitchforks people!

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  16. that was quite enlightening, thanks for sharing

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  17. It would be pretty impressive if something came of this based on a social media campaign. Could be a sign of things to come

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  18. This guy was terrorizing Africa since 10 years ago. The damage he has done is probably irreversible right now, that even if we managed to arrest Kony, the children he terrorized and abducted will no longer be saved because it's too late already.

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