Sceptical about this whole thing. He's a douche, no doubt about that, but some sources
are indicating that the charity isn't completely above water. Have read others indicating that LRA hasn't been active in Uganda for 5 years now.
Still, always interesting to see a viral campaign take off.
Edit: Don't get me wrong, it's nice to see something being done against the bad people in the world. But their own financial statement
(p. 6) says they only spent a third of their income on services in Uganda. Also, surely the last 10 years have shown that it's a not always a great idea to commit a whole bunch of troops to bring down a despotic leader.