This Campaign is wearing people down, Jason is one of the main organisers that put so much effort and so much of his life into the project, He suffered a mental breakdown as he was trying to give people the wider picture but KONY 2012 brought so much more than that, so many threats and hatred was actively shown towards Jason and his family that something had to give, he was taken to hospital by the local authorities. The fight is still on to stop the madness that brought KONY to light but how many more people and fighters will it take to bring this war to the end…
I had mail, sorry for the delay on this post I’ve had another busy week. This iPhone case is very robust the rubber bumper section of the case is really secure, the back section of the case is made of strong aluminium, It has a unique metal flake added to give the images that extra pop. The case will not fade over time and has thin rubber surround that doesn’t add too much of a profile to the phone its self. If you would like to purchase one of these cases please visit wehaveany.com. Not only can you get a Kony 2012 case but they have a whole variety available and if you cant find what you are looking for you can upload your own design.
Since Cover the Night, The KONY 2012 support has gone though the roof, for people that didnt know about Invisible Children’s Mission to bring Joseph Kony to Justice they now stand educated by all the supporters and activists that are backing this huge campaign.
The Government are now listening and taking action. President Obama announced that he would extend the deployment of 100 advisory troops to the LRA-affected regions of Central Africa. He was speaking at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum this morning when he made the announcement.
It was just over six months ago that President Obama originally announced his decision to deploy 100 advisory troops to the region on a time-limited mission. These special forces advise regional militaries and aide in logistics and intelligence. These are not combat troops–though they are combat ready should they need to defend themselves. The extension of their deployment and President Obama’s public commitment to seeing an end to LRA violence is very encouraging.
“Remembrance without resolve is a hollow gesture. Awareness without action changes nothing…We are haunted by the atrocities we did not stop.”
Flux Pavilion “I Can’t Stop” was the perfect song at the end of KONY 2012. It was empowering, huge and full of energy. Flux Pavilion, a powerful force in the EDM community, just released another masterpiece that makes you feel like you’re dancing in slow-motion on a cloud. I guess it’s appropriately titled DAYDREAMER.
Flux and his producer Denis also had some amazing things to say about you all as the Invisible Children movement. Thanks for making this movement global and keeping it positive.
Actions speak louder than words…. BRING PEACE TO UGANDA
What did you do?
Worldwide support was given on the 20th of April a generation of young people promoted justice for Joseph Kony in a positive, creative, and impactful way, demonstrating that our liberty is bound together, If you did something and tweeted about it chances are its ended up on the CoverTheNight page found Here, Even though all of this went on the LRA haven’t stopped and neither will we.
In June we are gathering at the United Nations to deliver our pledges and tell our leaders we want peace, then we will take the next step. November 3RD, The Movement will unite like never before. 2012 is the year of justice DONT MISS IT
What are you doing on April 20th 2012? Do you have a T-Shirt? or a Resource Kit? if you didn’t buy one in time or tried to get one but couldn’t Click Here to get your digital resource pack.
April 20th is our chance to show people who we are and to put our protests into action, deliver the message that we do care and that we want change, Kony should be arrested and if we drum it into every street corner and shop window where possible, Everyone will get the message.
What To Do?
1. Wear Your T-Shirt (Whether you have a Kony 2012 T-Shirt or whether you have made your own) Get out and about with flyers or just knowledge people will ask questions and Face to Face is the best way to answer them.
2. Mail Your Letters Send off letters to Your MP’s Leaders, Local Authorities and anyone else you think is relevant to the cause. If you need help writting your letters just browse the KONY 2012 Website and you will find more information there.
3. Serve The Community Do something for your community, A Car Wash, Beach Clean or go to your local council and ask if there is anything they feel is appropriate and get more people talking about KONY 2012, You dont have to do it all day just an hour or so. if you get five more people talking about Joseph Kony, youve already done your part
4. Hit The Streets Suns down, streets are empty and quiet. Get out and put posters on lamp posts, do something inventive, but most importantly take a picture and tweet it using #KONY2012 #[YOURCOUNTRY] Get your work and others trending to make the biggest impact possible.
What are you doing on 20th of April 2012?