Thirdly, and this is really getting me riled up: “One of their ( Invisible Children ) partners and donators is Chase Community Giving who awarded them $1million as a prize for winning a contest that was mired in controversy and accusations of fraud. This organisation is part of JP Morgan Chase Foundation who are also listed as one of Invisible Children’s network of supporters. This organisation is also owner of Chase Military, an organisation that offers loans, mortgages and insurance to soldiers that are to be deployed abroad. JP Morgan have also used foreign military interventions in the past to secure investment opportunities such as in Afghanistan with the full support of the US Government. Further ties with Uganda include their recent investment inUgandan agribusiness and their ties as broker and adviser to Heritage Oil, whose operations are expanding into the border of Uganda and the Congo where the LRA are currently based. You’d be forgiven for thinking that, when situating these operations with their support of Invisible Children in the past year, JP Morgan are very interested in Uganda’s assets and are looking for means to foster business-friendly awareness of Uganda’s problems for their own benefit. Military intervention would do nothing but bolster JP Morgans profitmaking opportunities in the region.”
The obvious question here is, what is to gain and who is to gain what here.
There is an obvious aspect to the virility of this campaign that pisses me off. It stinks of lazy, dumb ass people from around the world, who are motivated by a picture and a 30 minute film that is so clearly biased, and nothing short of propaganda that I am starting to loose all hope for our civilizations intelligence. All serious questions are immediately shot down as hating ( and I have touched on that subject before ) and it is getting seriously out of control. There are uncountable crimes against humanity happening every day, chances are high that “our” life style results in many of them and yet this is taking control.
All I am saying is that IF you want to make a change, think, research and do something in REAL LIFE rather than stupidly clicking a “share” button on a social media website.
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