“I’ll die happy if the first bullet kills me- I will die for the freedom of Kosova,” says sixteen year old Elinda Muriqie (Mazurana). Elinda was one of the many abducted children at a young age. LRA’s keep a three step system in order to brainwash young children into becoming part of the force in Uganda, if they refuse to go then the soldiers will kidnap the child no matter how old the child is. The first step in brainwashing the children is to abandon all hope of returning home (Mazurana). After hope is lost in the mind of the child, then the soldier must make the child be blooded by the act of a murder, which in this case is meaning the soldier must make the child be enthused by the action taken for murder (Mazurana). The last step for brainwashing the child is making the child have his/her own sense of esteem (Mazurana). In order for a child to be part of the military in Uganda, he/she must learn the ways of operations in...
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