henrymakow.com — Jan 1, 2017
“The Smartest Black Man in America”
David Michael Carroll, who teaches political science at a college in Ohio, has 25,000 subscribers to his YouTube channel.
In this youtube, he says the black church is spiritually “dead.” He blames black women who make up 75% of the membership, and pastors who are mainly philanderers and charlatans. He says the women should be purging these imposters instead of opening their purses “and legs” to them.
He traces the decline of the church (and the US Black community) to the 1960’s when the church women made an alliance with “Liberal” whites, (i.e. the Democratic Party, Jews) who cultivated a culture of government dependence and racial grievance. He suggests black women hate black men, (whom he admits are dysfunctional), want white men, and are traitors to their race and culture.
Their adoption of white feminism in the 1960’s is responsible for single mother families and the decline of black communities.
The Illuminati first did to blacks what they did to whites. Many white women have been coopted by the Illuminati under the guise of liberalism and encouraged to intermarry. The Illuminati media and government are now largely staffed and run by women, homosexuals and minorities.
Michael David Carroll is a YouTube personality best known by his screen names 5723michael and 5723davidmichael. He is famous for his scathing criticism of the Black community, and its habit of blaming its self-inflicted woes on Whites. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in history and a Ph.D in political science, which he teaches.
Carroll has been posting videos since at least 2010. He began to gather a sizeable YouTube following with his critiques of Black community and church leaders in the wake of the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman incident. One April 2012 video address shot in Akron, Ohio after the remnants of a Trayvon Martin rally led by the NAACP, Black ministers, and Akron Councillor At-Large Michael Williams, he denounced the Negro “slaves” attending “this buffoonery.”
He remarked, “I find it kind of comical, that all of these Negroes decided to get together on this rally for one Trayvon Martin, down in Florida, never take into consideration the Trayvon Martins right here in the west side of Akron. Over the Christmas holiday you had eight shootings and six murders of Black men killing other Black men, and none of these shoe-shining, boot-licking, behind-kissing Uncle Tom Negroes decided to have one rally in their honor.”
Harlem pastor James David Manning was forwarded the video, and played it in its entirety on the April 16, 2012 broadcast of his The Manning Report. Manning commended Carroll for speaking the truth, recognizing that it was “very painful, but it has within it the possibility of liberating us.” In the immediate aftermath of the not guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman trial in July, 2013, the video went viral, and as of July 26, 2013, the video has over 900,000 views and 2,700 comments…
Carroll often appears decadently smoking a cigar in his videos, and usually wears sunglasses and a baseball cap as if to conceal his identity, although he has released his real name through various media. He is a fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers, and wore a Steelers cap in the Akron video. He has been banned from Facebook several times, which he considers comical given the “cultural filth” permitted on the social network.
“No Hope, No Change for Blacks” Carroll’s 2012 Post-Election Message to Blacks re. Obama Victory
(abridged by henrymakow.com)