Africom-con: Uganda

The Joseph Kony story is unravelling. James Corbett does a great job sorting out the issues and highlighting the subterfuge. Video, ~12 minutes

” President Obama announced he would be deploying US troops on the ground in Uganda, ostensibly to help capture Joseph Kony, the charismatic leader of a small rebel force that has been accused of murders, rapes and kidnaps in Uganda for decades. The timing of the deployment, however, coming at the exact same time as accusations that some of the highest officials in the Ugandan government were guilty of accepting bribes from international oil companies, only further confirmed that the deployment had less to do with Kony, an elusive figure who in fact left Uganda six years ago, and more to do with the securing of American oil interests.”

Transcript and links to other articles on topic http://tv.globalresearch.ca/2012/03/us-launches-pr-campaign-ugandan-oil-intervention

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