See there is the trick right there. There are Two Video's.http://www.youtube.com/user/aingenesis
The first video was posted around the same time the site was created a response fallowed about 4 months later and for some reason I seem to remember this commercial on TV however, I could be imagining things.
The Second video The majority of response happen in the last couple of weeks, with a few screw dates in the middle.
Seems kinda odd to have 2 video so spread out.
Both have a religious bent that is impossible to take as parody of anything.
Both are exactly 15s long perfect TV spot times.
I've searched this out and am unable to find a uniform source or repeat post (one christian forum seems to have many names).
If it was a fake spamed there would be several posts all the same like what RM did.
I also haven't found anyone who doubted it's authenticity.
At the same time I haven't found it on there site.
This leads me to one of 2 conclusions.
1. It's a fake but it's such a believable one that even those who are supporters of AIG believe that it could be a perfectly valid commercial and thus think it's real and have no problem with it. Hence why non-of them have spoken out against it. they should have found it by now.
2. It is aimed at everyone else, displaying a scared kid and gang violence as ways to scare people into staying in there religion. Young earth Creationists actually do believe that you don't matter unless you take the bible literally. If it was aimed at there own flock you'd think it'd be on there website.
Eitherway it's a worry some prospect.