An army of stars of film and music led by Bono have lined up to shout to the world that the horn of Africa is experiencing a humanitarian emergency.

To draw attention to use a swear word much used in English: fuck (fuck, in Castilian) in a video posted on YouTube have, which also send messages about the dramatic situation. The campaign with the intention of causing obvious comes to light a month before the G20 summit to be held in early November in Cannes.

The film, which seeks the reaction and protest is led by Bono, U2 frontman One that drives oenegé She had become actors and singers like George Clooney, Jessica Alba, Clive Owen, Evan Rachel Wood , Sophie Marceau, Colin Farrell, Rob Lowe, Joe Jonas, Vincent Cassel, Annie Lennox (Eurythmics excantante) and Ewan McGregor.


"I am known to have fallen into the occasional insult, but more offensive efe for me is the effe of the famine (famine) that Somalia is suffering," the U2 frontman said in reference to this initiative.

The singer claimed that the food crisis in the Horn of Africa has received, despite becoming a humanitarian catastrophe, "less attention than the latest Hollywood separations and engagements."

Artists dramatic figures released during the video as more than 30,000 children have died in just three months and that 12 million people are on the verge of death.