KONY 2012 is a film, as well as an international justice internet campain, by Invisible Children that aims to make Joseph Kony, the leadership of the alleged war crimes committed by Ugandan military group the Lord’s Resistance Army, famous, not to celebrate him, but to raise support for his arrest and set a precedent for international justice. This campaign has become a huge online hit with their KONY 2012 documentary about a little known Ugandan conflict being viewed over 40 million times on YouTube and more than 4 million shares on Facebook. Watch the following documentary made by Invisible Children to get to know what Joseph Kony has done and what people think about this bad guy:
The documentary shows war-torn Uganda through the eyes of Jacob, a former LRA child soldier. The militant is believed to have overseen the guerrilla group's abduction of an estimated 66,000 children, forcing them to become child soldiers. Kony has been wanted on 33 separate criminal charges, including 12 counts of crimes against humanity, following a hearing at the International Criminal Court in 2005.
A series of celebrities, including Nicole Richie, Stephen Fry and Rihanna, have tweeted about the subject, with latter writing: '#KONY2012 Spread the word!!! On Facebook, there have been more than 4 million shares to make this bad guy visible. Besides the methods to share this campaign online, you can also free download Kony 2012 movie from online video sharing sites to tell people around you to add your own effort to this campaign with the help of Free Video Downloader (Or Mac Video Downloader if you are using Mac OS computer). By the way, if you have your own story and want to share it online with your friends or make more people realize your ideas, you can also convert and upload your video to YouTube alike video sharing sites for sharing.
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