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Invisible Children Promoted By Jason Russell As God's Trojan Horse

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Published on Apr 5, 2012

Truth Wins Out has obtained exclusive audiotape from a 2005 Christian conference in San Antonio where Invisible Children's co-founder Jason Russell calls his organization a "Trojan Horse" to introduce the secular realm to his group's version of Christian fundamentalism. The audiotape reveals that that his organization is particularly focused on targeting youth in public high schools. According to Russell's remarks (:44):

"Coming in January we are trying to hit as many high schools, churches, and colleges as possible with this movie. We are able to be the Trojan Horse in a sense, going into a secular realm and saying, guess what life is about orphans, and it's about the widow. It's about the oppressed. That's God's heart. And to sit in a public high school and tell them about that has been life-changing. Because they get so excited. And it's not driven by guilt, it's driven be an adventure and the adventure is God's."

This audio clip incontrovertibly shows Invisible Children's invisible agenda. It is not simply about Kony, but being phony and concealing the motivation behind its campaign.

Invisible Children is the group that launched a viral video, KONY 2012, that reached millions of viewers worldwide and became an Internet sensation. The ostensible reason for the video was to highlight the brutality of Ugandan LRA leader Joseph Kony.

However, the group raised alarms after researcher Bruce Wilson showed the group was funded by the National Christian Foundation, a fundamentalist outfit that finances extremist right wing organizations and anti-gay groups.

Wilson also discovered that Invisible Children was intimately linked to The Family, the secretive and powerful American fundamentalist group widely considered responsible for Uganda's draconian "Kill the Gays" bill.

Forbes reports that conservative strongholds such as Oklahoma City and Alabama were surprisingly the the driving force behind making KONY2012 go viral.

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