Comment: It’s interesting that Mediaite think that questioning the motives behind Hollywood is somehow a ludicrous tin foil hat pursuit, despite the documented history  of the movie industry being used to brainwash Americans. However, in this case the “Alex Jones” character turns out to be a patsy, so this is a non issue.. We also know that Mark Wahlberg is a patriot and wouldn’t deliberately be involved in such a production.
August 28, 2013
If you’ve watched cable television in the past 48 hours, you might have noticed an eerie trailer forPrisoners, a new thriller produced by Mark Wahlberg and starring Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal. The story centers around the kidnapping of two 6-year-old girls, with Paul Dano playing the horrifyingly creepy villain named… “Alex Jones.”
We here at Mediaite want to make a prediction: At some point in the next few months, conspiracy theorist extraordinaire Alex Jones will declare on his radio show that this Warner Bros. film is part of a greater plot to tar-and-feather his name and further the goals of the New World Order, the Bilderberg Group, and the United Nations.
THINK ABOUT IT.
The moneyed Hollywood interests, desperate to paint some conspiracy radio host as a despicable creature akin to a child-kidnapper (and possible torturer), name their villain the totally-not-generic“Alex Jones.”
Just look at how utterly creepy and gross the character is made to look (at left):
It’s all too coincidental.
Warner Bros. Entertainment is a subsidiary of Time Warner, the company that “blocked access ” to Jones’ website and is led by CEO Jeffrey Bewkes, a current member of the Council on Foreign Relations — that evil invite-only think-tank that, as Jones has repeatedly claimed , secretly influences American foreign policy on behalf of the globalists.
Those “one-worlders,” Jones will tell you, would love to shut him down before he pulls the wool off the eyes of “sheeple” everywhere. They’ll stop at nothing — even subtly naming a hideous movie character after him.
What’s more? The movie is called Prisoners. What’s Jones’ website called? PrisonPlanet.
And there you have it. I just pulled a conspiracy theory out of my rear-end. Because that’s how easy it is. You’re welcome, Alex.