The actual nature of the compound is confusing: the Wired article describes it as both "toxic" and "nontoxic" and the crowdfunding FAQ calls it "nontoxic." Read the rest We’re about proving that hackers have amazing skills that can transform charitable organizations.
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Bruce Wilson has been looking deeper into ties between Invisible Children, the group behind "Kony 2012," and a secretive fundamentalist Christian organization known variously as The Family and The Fellowship—which, as it turns out, is said to be a force behind Uganda's "Kill the Gays" bill.
For a primer on The Family, by the way, there's no better place to start than Jeff Sharlet's book.
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Read the rest Uganda is so poor that few can afford medical care, giving it one of the lowest life-expectancies on the planet -- this toxic combination made the country ripe for infiltration by Tiens, a Chinese Multi-Level-Marketing "nutritional supplements" cult whose members set up fake medical clinics that diagnose fake ailments and proscribe fake medicines, then rope patients into becoming cult recruiters who convince their friends to sign up for the cult.
There is the idea that those who are being helped ought to be consulted over the matters that concern them. Kony 2012's sinister Musical Comedy roots Kony 2012 screening in Uganda results in anger, rocks thrown at ...
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