For me personally, it is a matter of exploitation of already poor and suffering people. If we, the West, go in to improve that and said improvement would go a long way by removing Kony and rehabilitating those children and women he forced into serving him, then we would have come a long way. At the very least, children would not be afraid of being kidnapped and forced into killing others as is the current practice. I can't quite put into words just how much I detest Kony. Suffice to say that I detest him enough to want to render his body into a bloody mush on the ground and I am not a violent person. But yes, ridding the world of Kony and his ilk would go a long way and to do so will take a massive peacekeeping effort and we, the West, have to decide whether we want our soldiers to die ridding the world of people like him and stopping genocides and massacres. And doing so should not involve propping up our own interests. It should be something we do because it is the right thing to do.. Sorry, rambling.. pain drugs have kicked in..