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.
As we have documented, 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 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 and mineral resources, as well as an effort to legitimize the U.S. military’s AFRICOM unit in the region through newly-branded ‘humanitarian’ interventions,” Alex Jones and Aaron Dykes reported on March 15.