What Have Black People Done To Deserve This Treatment? – The LanceScurv Show

LanceScurv speaks on the George Stinney tragedy and how it has affected his outlook on the sense of fairness in the United States as well as other personal experiences that have molded the radical psyche that he possesses today.

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  • Floyd Topps says:

    Back in the 1970’s,when I was about 21, an old black gentlemen at work made the comment: Black folks are the most hated people on this earth !, I ask him why?,keep living you will find out why; I ‘m still asking why?I was not brought up to hate other people,that was a big No No in my family.Back in the days in L.A, I remember this like yesterday,the police would take a black man down to the station and beat the hell out of him,know it’s all out in the open,people have no shame in the evil things that they do.I’ve seen many things in my 60+ years of life, and many injustices when it comes to my self and other black folks.I’m just thankful to the Lord Jesus Christ, He was always there to help me.LIVE HOLY BECAUSE GOD IS HOLY

  • jackeline martinez says:

    Holaa Yuya!! saludos de Honduras..porfa has un video de mi hermano me maquilla xD #chidanavidadHonduras

  • Frank Sánchez says:


  • missgirlegirl1 says:

    Blacks have done nothing to deserve this treatment. Blacks need to separate from this federal government. But, right now we under the shadow government and the secret police.

  • MrMack Tone says:

    What Have Black People Done To Deserve This Treat…:

  • Dean Green says:

    If you want things to change, please inbox me in reply to this. This reminds me: When should I expect a reply to my Facebook email to you with the subject “LEADERSHIP BEGINS AT HOME (Beyond Mike Brown and Ferguson, Missouri)”? As you can see, in the second paragraph it asks you to respond in 5 ways. Please inbox me. Thank you.

  • Jack Gully says:

    Simple question for an simple answer. Edom is the scourge that God put on us for disobeying his word. As long as we continue to do what WE want instead of what our father who has wooly hair Daniel 7:8-9, this will continue. Know thy enemy and deal with them wisely.

  • drt5000 says:

    I work in construction right now and hope to be on YouTube sometime soon telling people what I’m up against. For example on Friday a white dude on the site where I was sweeping and cleaning started sangin’ and twangin’ and talking about “Leroy.” I got upset and started talking under my breath.At the same time a Guatemalan guy (Honduran, Filipino, whatever) was making fun of me. I got in his face about it. I said twice “Is there a problem?” And twice he said “No.” The white guy saw that I was pissed and came back later and started twanging and gesturing like a country preacher and saying “IIIIIIIIIII appreciate youuuuuuuu.” I just stood there looking at him like the stupid person he is. He went back to doing what he was doing, I went back to doing what I was doing. But throughout the day I could hear the word “attitude” being mumbled here and there. I don’t know what it is about sweeping and cleaning that makes people want to screw with people doing it but I imagine that when I have my head down people are fantasizing that I am hunched over in fear of them. People don’t bother me as much when I’m three feet down in the ground with a shovel in my hand or if I’m lifting something real heavy. When I’m working like that it makes THEM put THEIR head down.I don’t know what we did to deserve all this hatred. But I’m opting out as well. No more cheering for that one patriotic “character” on The WWE. No more biting my tongue when I don’t have to. No more passes for white racists or sympathy for the black thugs work for them and peddle street life to our kids. I’m going to get back into this fight that I left awhile back. Only now in a way that’s more spiritually and intelligently crafty. More critically thought out. My focus in this battle will be on black security, logistics and infrastructure. That’s where I see a need so that’s where I will assist.Why the phrase “they’re not gonna win” keeps playing in mind over and over again I don’t truly know for sure. But I sincerely hope it’s because… they’re not.

  • Black Cherubim says:

    I was just listening to blog talk and a black lady ask that same question. “Evil” was the only word I could think of to describe this group of humans.

  • dylan concha says:

    El lick no virve

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