So he rules by force and has a mindless army. To support this army and run the logistics, he needs money and runners to carry out his purchases. To support this madness, arm dealers and illegal traders must have encouraged him and lived off his madness.Originally Posted by Sgdevilzz
I'm sure there is a very large database of international watch list of names, companies etc that we're forbidden to engage commercially with. Let's work within the legal framework and guidelines set to make illegal trades (eg. Arms, timber, gold, etc) harder and not profitable. Simple things like asking where these came from? How do we remit or receive money? Cash is a big red flag especially wads of it. That way all of us are engaged and participating in eliminating NOT just this clown but many others like him. Perhaps then we can have peace.
I showed my colleages the Krony 2012 video. They were at first outraged.
Then i shared with them this link:
Kony2012: The Problem With Invisible Children's Viral Video Crusade Against Josephy Kony | Global Spin | TIME.com
And they were like, "Eff it, lets go for lunch."
And we proceeded to McDonalds.
There are missionaries working the ground to pick up the shattered lives left behind by the likes of Idi Amin and Kony. Help educate and improve the lives of these dislocated children of Uganda. One day, they will be leading this country and we need them to be wise and grounded. In the hope that they could build a better nation.Originally Posted by ArchRival
Salvation army's effort in Uganda
I am an adherent of the church.
i don't advocate using the enemy's shameless tactics against them while taking part in the same looting and misconduct
If Life worked on auto mode then manual mode for photography would have never existed.” ― Deeksha Mittal
The way out of this problem, is when countries are helped out of poverty. Arrest one war criminal without solving the root issue, another will pop up. Even if, there isn't any popping up of another war criminal, the poverty issue will still not help make the lives of the people better.
Help Uganda or help Greece? The powers decide.