Friday, July 16, 2010

Brotherhood of Darkness -- Dr. Stanley Monteith

Dr. Stanley Monteith discusses secret societies and how they have directed the course of history and how this impacts our society today. Dr. Monteith shares the amazing facts he unearthed after 40 years of research. He reveals the identity of the mysterious forces behind the men who rule the world, and why some of our leaders have dedicated their lives to destroying this nation.


13 comments:

ar said...

Amazing, this man has spent 60 years uncovering the bile of men worshipping satan and it's affects on humanity. My hero. God's servant to his people.

Thank you, cbw for this incredible look into the ENTIRE realm of the occult and it's ramifications; the control of mens's minds, heart and soul.

I am in agreement with Dr. Monteith concerning our pastors in this nation. They are silent and full of - other things.

A statement by the president, spoke of his salvation being dependent on everyone's salvation. In most walks of life, that statement passes right over everyone's head, due in part, of course, to the success of the counter-reformation put on by the Jesuit army.

Although Dr. Monteith didn't say Jesuit, he inferred as much, by linking the ultimate merge of "church" and state.

Illuminating, isn't it?

Conservative Black Woman said...

Very.

ar said...

When I get bigger, I'm going to learn how to post videos on a web page, is how new I am to computers.

I have some written instructions to go by. I just hope it doesn't take a couple years.... ah ha ha ha.

Anonymous said...

Hi,

I’m hoping you can point me in the right direction. I’m a conservative young man who is working on an allegory on America that involves the tall tale heroes. Liberals tell me that John Henry is a racist figure and being from Scotch-Irish decent I don’t understand this. To me he is the first black superhero for he was a freed slave who beat the machine. He only HAPPENED to be black. I’ve also been told Uncle Remus and his stories a racist even though, as I understand it, these stories were real folktales told by the slaves that were based on African legends.

I don’t want to be labeled a racist and I know that the liberal based groups like the NAACP we see in the mainstream media do not reflect the belief of the majority of black people. What I’m looking for is an online group where I can post a thread telling about what I’m doing and ask for opinion so I can gauge where rational people who happen to be black stand on these figures and their place in American folklore. I’d also like to determine if it is offensive if they speak with the historically accurate dialect from their time to both reflect the period and tell the history these figures would have lived through.

Thank you.

uptownsteve said...

"I don’t want to be labeled a racist and I know that the liberal based groups like the NAACP we see in the mainstream media do not reflect the belief of the majority of black people"

And just how do you know this?

You really think the majority of black Americans share CBW's views?

LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!

ar said...

Lame brains and blame games. Will you ever come out from under the racist-flag?

The ones you seek to blame are the elites. Aim at them, not your fellow-citizen.

Anonymous said...

I know that the majority of black people do not see themselves as victims, as the NAACP proclaims, from talking with people of color. people are just people no matter the color of their skin. I see some mainstream black figures like Bill Cosby for condemning what the NAACP stands for and the NAACP is a fraud. They ignore black conservatives who have made strides because they are conservative. If they were really about racial equality they also wouldn't try to create issues over race when none are there. The NAACP doesn't want race to become a non issue because if it does they go out of business.

Now, please allow legit responses to my request. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

"I don’t want to be labeled a racist and I know that the liberal based groups like the NAACP we see in the mainstream media do not reflect the belief of the majority of black people. What I’m looking for is an online group where I can post a thread telling about what I’m doing and ask for opinion so I can gauge where rational people who happen to be black stand on these figures and their place in American folklore. I’d also like to determine if it is offensive if they speak with the historically accurate dialect from their time to both reflect the period and tell the history these figures would have lived through."

Dear Anonymous,
Unfortunately, most, or at least a very large section of black people in America are as reactionary as the NAACP. You'll find different levels of it in different people of course, but please understand going into your project that regardless of how careful, truthful, or respectful you are with your work, their are many people who will call it racist. Black people have been systematically conditioned to believe that racism is an overriding factor in American life, so even in its demise, many black people see it everywhere and mindlessly give racism more power than it has.

The first person that answered you represents most blacks in America. The sensible ones that are honest and hold reasonable views aren't as prevalent as you'd like to believe. Thanks for choosing to believe the best about us though.

Keep in mind, you'd need to seek out historians/historical or folklore societies. Try looking for a black historians group, or contacting african-american studies departments at colleges. I know you want online forums, but maybe these places can refer you to some. The Southern Folklore Society(or some name like that) could probably help you. You could also start your own online forum. Cheers!

Anonymous said...

Also, having the characters speak in dialect is having authenticity. Just make sure you research what that would have sounded like.

Anonymous said...

"Try looking for a black historians group, or contacting african-american studies departments at colleges."

Hold the presses, I don't know what I was thinking, these places are filled with the types you want to avoid. One option: Try contacting conservative blog masters and opening a forum there.

uptownsteve said...

"I see some mainstream black figures like Bill Cosby for condemning what the NAACP stands for and the NAACP is a fraud."

A lie. Bill Cosby is a lifelong member of the NAACP.

Righties love Cosby because he publicly wagged his finger at black folks and then added the coup de grace "We can't blame white people."

That's music to the racists ear even if it is a total strawman.

"They ignore black conservatives who have made strides because they are conservative."

Such as whom?

Most black conservatives are frauds and mediocrities who advance by taking advantage of being in the shorter line.

Poster boys for tokenism even though they claim to be against it.

"If they were really about racial equality they also wouldn't try to create issues over race when none are there."

Please produce ONE EXAMPLE of a recent case involving creating a race issue where there wasn't one.

Oh you mean like Andrew Breibart and Fox TV smear of Shirley Sherrod.

Funny, I don't see CBW blogging and wailing about THAT.

If the races where reversed you would have heard her shreiking as far away as the Congo.

Conservative Black Woman said...

UTS~I wonder why since you have no respect for the Black Conservative that you spend so much time on Black Conservative forums. Why? Do you think you can badger us into a different worldview? Do you believe that your points are so salient and your elocution so erudite that our misguided and apostate minds will be transformed by the seeds of wisdom that you plant on our forums?

I'm beginning to believe UTS that you aren't even Black. I think you are a white CIA provocateur or just a run of the mill liberal white racist who can't stomach the thought that uppity blacks have to audacity to leave the plantation.

If I detested The Field Negro, and NatTurner's Revenge, Intersection of Madness & Reality blogs (All proud Racism Chasers) as much as you detest Black Conservatives there is no way I could stomach reading their blogs or the comment sections of their blogs. Yet, I read them daily and quite like all of the aforementioned Racism Chasers. I rarely add my two cents in the comment section because it's counter productive--I've got my own blog to tend too.

I believe that it is your intention to counter anything on this forum that is good, reasonable, rational, sane or truthful.

Just know that you are as transparent of saran wrap. We see right through you and you we know that you are just an empty bag of hot putrid air.

Your tactics will not work here. You are utterly ineffective. Stop wasting your time and the time of your handlers.

Anonymous said...

And just how do you know this?

You really think the majority of black Americans share CBW's views?

LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!

You maybe LMAO Uptownsteve, a majority of blacks SHOULD be thinking like hers. I wonder how advance blacks would be if they did? I know, to far of a stretch for you, huh?