Cowardly Christians & Killer Cops: Is Calling On The Lord Enough To Stop Our Slaughter? – The LanceScurv Show

My dear Sister Netert Talaya recently posted a video of a police officer – in what appeared to be an abuse of his so called authority – choking a Black man that was obviously at this point not a threat to anyone in a choke hold while several Christian based onlookers who I’m assuming were Black called out for God to come down and help this situation immediately.

Of course, there were no magical bolts of lightning that appeared to get this cop off of this helpless man’s neck nor was there any divine intervention of any sort that stop this bloodthirsty uniformed thug from doing what he really wanted to do to him.

While at this point in our history we should not be shocked at anything that our designated terrorists do to us, what’s surprising to me is that after all that has been done and continues to transpire, we cry out to a God that looks like our terrorist to come down and do for us what we should be doing for ourselves!

Let me ask you something, would this happen in the Jewish Community? NO!

Would this happen in an affluent White Community? NO!

Would this happen in the Asian Community? NO!

Would this happen in ANY community where the citizens there are in control of their economic power, have political representation as well as the unity and participation of ALL of its residents on a unified front even if there may be slight differences of opinion? NO!

It will never happen like this time after time again in those other communities even if they have slight differences amongst them because they know that if you hurt or come after the least of them then you have to go after ALL OF THEM ’til the death!

Hell! These bloodthirsty psychopaths are coming after us to kill us anyway, why don’t we go out on our shield to send the message out that the time of wholesale killing of us is a thing of the past!

But no!We have to stand on the sidelines feeling powerless while calling on a God that was given to us that gives us absolutely no power at all!

Now wait! Understand that I never said that God didn’t have any power at all, I said that the God given to us by our oppressor didn’t have any power other than to keep us from taking the necessary action that would have the real and true God backing us up over and above any comprehension in the natural world!

But we as Black people have been masterfully separated from THAT God since we’ve arrived to the stolen shores and hold on to something that aids our oppressor in keep us in that place of subservience that he has no problem of us STAYING IN!

So don’t get mad at the fact that I’m SAYING that religion is nothing more than a noose around our necks when here on this video clip you SEE how powerless our hand me down religion has caused us to be!

When are we finally going to throw down the religion of submission and take up the spirituality that we once had that would have NEVER allowed us to stand by like a whining damn toddler with a stink diaper full crap!

If we continue to act like children we will get treated like kids.

Let us take control of our communities and rise above man’s twisted law of submission to execute divine law each and every time!

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June 13, 2015 12:13 PM


Shawn Cox
Shawn Cox
May 23, 2015 9:31 PM

Don’t you know that the civil rights movement took place in the church. Men
and women prayed and then they marched for us to have the rights that we
have today. Christianity was not forced on us read Acts chapter 2 verse 10.
The first people that were filled with the Holy Spirit lived in Africa. God
is not to blame for the problems that our society has. What is going on
with the situations with black men being killed is of the devil. Quit
blaming God. It is time for us to do what 2Chronicle 7 :14 says “If my
people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek
my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and I
will forgive their sin and will heal their land.” I have read and studied
other religions such as Islam, Buddhism and my life was still a mess. There
was no power in those religions. It was not until I tried Jesus that my
life turned around.

Bryan Keith
Bryan Keith
May 23, 2015 6:11 PM


Bryan Keith
Bryan Keith
May 23, 2015 6:08 PM


Bryan Keith
Bryan Keith
May 23, 2015 6:06 PM


Mz Feisty
Mz Feisty
May 23, 2015 3:52 PM

I believe in the power of pray because I have prayed for things and it
happened and still is happening. But even in the bible it says that faith
without works is dead. So I take that meaning as while I’m praying, I’m
also doing. If I’m praying for God to protect me from my enemies, thats
fine, but don’t get it twisted, because if I have to use my gun to protect
me and mine then I will.

May 23, 2015 11:54 AM

I have to disagree with her about the part of the Europeans giving Africans
Christianity. Christianity was in Africa, Ethiopia and Coptic Christianity
in Egypt to be specific, way before it got to Europe, Rome in specific
(which they turned into Catholicism). And even before that there were Black
people in the Mediterranean area who were Christians and being persecuted
by the Romans in the first century AD during the Roman rule. It’s the same
with Islam and other religions: all founded by Black people. Now this
Europeanized Christianity which is modern Christianity has been
misconstrued and twisted and forced on Africans through colonization. I
think what has turned into modern religion is the most problematic more so
than ancient religion which seemed to be more spiritual. Source: From
Babylon to Timbuktu. I highly recommend that book.

Eva Johnson
Eva Johnson
May 22, 2015 10:00 PM

Great show Lance. I took notes.

May 22, 2015 9:10 PM

Truth is Truth is like Math and Science. Melanin Has Those Properties. WHAT

Donell Clemons
Donell Clemons
May 22, 2015 7:09 PM

Best show yet.

Spoken Poet
Spoken Poet
May 22, 2015 6:59 PM

I loved the show as usual, I am also a Israelite from the most high and I
don’t go for that religious BS and I refuse to profit these so called
pastors,Bishops, and Preachers who only want us to fatten their pockets and
tell us to keep praying instead of taking some of that profit and helping
the damn communities that they are constantly robbing from. Sorry to say
but I do not go to church anymore I just pray and read the KJV bible and I
will give my 10% to my people where I can see the help that is needed.

May 22, 2015 6:33 PM

We are the Israelites of the bible. Our Heavenly Father never gave us what
we were brainwashed with during slavery. We have commandments and laws
under Christ to keep. The Christian pastor and Imam will only lie to you.
Seek the truth on your own, millions of U.S have woken up. We are under the
curses told to us through Moses in Deuteronomy 28 and Leviticus 26. Christ
will come back to save us but we must have faith in the Most High God (KJV
Holy Bible).

Ps: Colossians 3:8King James Version (KJV)

8 But now ye also put off all these; anger, wrath, malice, blasphemy,
filthy communication out of your mouth.

Yes, Ms Talaya your filthy language is against New Testament law.

Benjamin Lang
Benjamin Lang
May 22, 2015 5:43 PM

From history all the way to the present the only people that benefit from
christianity are the ones that have profited from it..I can’t get down with
movement teaching me that I am a docile sheep with no mind of my own..It
makes absolutely no sense to love some one and show mercy toward some one
that wants to kill me and imprison me. It teach us to appreciate misery
and be thankful for it…I was thought about the question you asked about
if it was our one of our kids being choked out by a cop would they still
pray to God for help..I wouldn’t but I know some sheep that probably
would..It pisses me off because I see us killing each other over so easily
but will not fight for each other..

Ick Icky
Ick Icky
May 22, 2015 5:18 PM

IMO, the problem is our people have accepted the endless propaganda(seen
thru all forms of media) that our lives mean nothing. They are afraid to
intervene because I believe deep down they believe if they stand up to do
something they as well as the black person they wanted to help will both
die in vain and life will go on without any changes. To me this mentality
is the result of:

*-* Constant images of ignorant, criminal, and criminalized blacks being
the subject of news stories.

*-* Music that suggests its nothing to kill another black person, women are
nothing but bitches/hoes, you’re always hurting me and Im an angel(some
R&B), waste every bit of money we can on the latest white owned goods to
APPEAR like we are someone so we can look down on those who dont have like
we have been looked down on.

*-* Telling anyone who will listen how black men aren’t shit and vice versa.

*-* Praising anything ghetto or hood as if its something to aspire to be

*-* Television and movies that often show blacks being 2cd tier to whites
or always in need of their help. If we are shown with intelligence then
we’re not as strong…there’s always some kind of minimizing. Black men die
1st or quickly in films, or get the worst of a fight/death scene, or always
have negative circumstances surrounding them(watch for it in films also be
mindful of the dialogue that is spoken sometimes from or to their

My point is that all of this takes a toll on the mind, particularly the
subconscious eventually leaving black people to grow these “planted seeds”
in reality. We begin to have a hard time valuing each other as individuals.
You can find proof of this in the fact that black people will harm each
other before they harm whites. Why? because they know and have been
conditioned to believe they aren’t as valued so they have a better chance
of escaping repercussions by harming their own. The justice system helps to
enable this behavior by giving harsher sentences when victims are white or
being more lenient to white defendants in regards to blacks. this is why
rioters will only act out in their own neighborhoods, but never take their
anger to white communities. Further proof can be found in derogatory
statements we make about each other like, “I dont want to buy nothing from
that black store, their stuff might be *_____*(insert negative comment)” or
Im not going to get *______*(black person) to do *_____*, because I dont
trust they are going to do *_______* right”. To a degree, some of these
things may be warranted due to many of us absorbing those seeds I mentioned
earlier, but its not about us being incapable but more or less being
unaware that we have bought into propaganda that we are allowing to shape
our reality. These same seeds are planted in the minds of whites causing
them to think and behave in a particular way as well.

When you are unaware of this kind of “poisoning” you are left to constantly
repeat the cycle. We have to correct this poisoning first, so that our
people wont be compelled to continue acting on it. When they begin to truly
value each other, know and understand why they are more than what they are
digesting day in and day out, they wont have a problem standing up or
possibly dying for each other because they will truly understand that
that’s what it takes sometimes to see a better tomorrow and they will
honestly have a hope and passion to see that tomorrow. When you dont really
believe in something, you’ll talk a good game, but you aren’t going to
really risk your life for that something(unless your provoked by having no
other way out). Some kind of way we have to start developing and promoting
that vision of a better tomorrow, because I really believe the reason
people aren’t doing anything more than talking is because they either don’t
believe there is a better tomorrow or they don’t have the
will/heart/passion to create it and those “seeds” of self destruction and
defeatism are the cause. Peace and love, family.

A Charles
A Charles
May 22, 2015 3:41 PM

Great show guys

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