KONY 2012. Watch it. It’s less than 30 minutes of your life. But then read this, too, and decide for yourself. And this. And, like the author of the second article I linked to says, don’t stop asking questions. The basic message, that Joseph Kony needs to be stopped, comes across clear, and well and good that this issue has found the publicity it needs, but it’s not without its flaws. (And what glaring flaws they are.)
Seriously, though, controversies aside, I wish we had something like this for all the problems the Philippines has that I (and so many others, I reckon) should know about.
merry christmas! :))