Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Ladysmith Black Mambazo is the pseudonym currently used by a band of African rebels fighting for the freedom of Uganda. The organisation has been together for many centuries, and making westernised music (carrying subliminal messages) is their current method of usurption.
The exact date that Ladysmith Black Mambazo formed is unknown, but it is believed to be sometime around 1760, when they were known as the 'Sleeping Lion' (which would later be referenced in a song they would perform with an American singing sensation while plotting to to terrorise a small, backwater state).
Ladysmith Black Mambazo gain funding from a variety of sources, but most notably from Hollywood via income generated by Carl Weathers. Carl Weathers, a Uganadan national, was working in Hollywood as a tour guide when the Uganadan government contacted him with a proposition, they would pull together what funds were left in the country's treasury and find him an agent so that he could become a famous actor, thus generating a monumental amount of money to fund the freedom fighters who were rising up against their oppression. Little did they know, Carl would be skyrocketed to a level of fame and recognition spanning decades, in the most critically acclaimed and moving piece of cinematic history to grace modern theatre, Predator.
With the extensive military training Carl believes he received (unfortunately, Weathers suffers from a form of Gulf War Syndrome attributed to the 10 hours he spent near a armoured tank while filming the picture) after appearing in Predator, he returned to Uganda a Hero and was immediately installed as the President's personal guard. No one passed a second thought on the fact that the government were actually going out of their way to fund the terrorists rising up against them.