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Alex Jones Featured as “Critic” in Kony 2012 Sequel

Kurt Nimmo
Prison Planet.com
April 5, 2012

Invisible Children have released a sequel to Kony 2012. Alex Jones appears in the video and is described as a critic of the propaganda effort.

Jones’ appearance is brief – around two seconds – but long enough for him to say the video is “pro-war activism.” He makes the comment 33 seconds into the 20 minute video.

The original video faced a landslide of criticism within hours of its release on YouTube. The criticism was so intense that the film’s director, Jason Russell, experienced a mental breakdown. He was hospitalized after he was found running through streets in his underwear, screaming incoherently and banging his fists on the pavement, according to The Telegraph [1].

As we have documented [2], Invisible Children is a “USAID centric” front group run out of the State Department. On March 17, soon after the Kony 2012 video surfaced, Tony Cartalucci [3] wrote that in addition to the State Department, the group is supported by “Wall Street speculator George Soros and his Open Society Institute, and a myriad of corporate-funded foundations.”

“Research makes clear that Kony is a sophisticated psy-op to muster popular support for what is, in reality, nothing more than a geostrategic positioning vis-a-vis China for oil [4] and mineral resources, as well as an effort to legitimize the U.S. military’s AFRICOM unit [5] in the region through newly-branded ‘humanitarian’ interventions,” Alex Jones and Aaron Dykes [6] reported on March 15.