-Some whitebread dude goes to Uganda with his buddies to make a film in 2003.
-They pick up on the fact that this Kony guy kidnaps kids to make them soldiers, and kills a bunch of people in the process.
-He promises some Ugandan kid "I will help you! I will help you!!!" But it's not really about the filmmaker. Or the filmmaker's little son, who is in the movie for some reason.
-Film goes viral, with the goal of making sure everyone knows who Kony is in 2012.
-Filmmakers ask for donations.
-Kony's LRA is a shell of its former self, and hasn't even been in Uganda since 2006.
-The "charity" isn't accredited with the BBB
-Not much of the donations actually go to Uganda.
i'm not hating, awareness is good …. But I question the shit out of everything, especially when a Professionally edited video ask for money about a cause that has been going on for decades, and not only that, but only shows one side of the picture.