Saturday, March 10, 2012

Justin Bieber added to the campaign to make known to Kony

An amazingly viral video called attention to the Ugandan war criminal Joseph Kony was praised by celebrities and criticized by the government of Uganda, while defending themselves from their makers who accuse him of outdated and simplistic.

The video, which now numbered over 60 million hits after just five days online at YouTube, is a campaign to bring the fugitive militia leader Ugandan rebel Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) to justice.

The Canadian pop idol Justin Bieber tweeted his 18 million followers: "It's time to do so famous. I am asking all my fans, friends and family join together to stop Kony."

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