Is Black Womanhood Worthless In Amerikkka? – The LanceScurv Show

With the bizarre emergence of Caitlyn Jenner aka Bruce Jenner and the recent manhandling of a young Black female teen at the hands of recently resigned Police Officer David Eric Casebolt, it appears that the value of Black Womanhood is at an all time low!

I recently Tweeted this:

“Why is the sanctity of womanhood valued more in America for an old wombless Transgendered White man over that of the Mother of Civilization?”

Bruce Jenner gets acknowledged by the President of the United States for his outward mutilation and display of inner turmoil while the cyber-trolls went absolutely haywire in their trashing of that young Black victim’s character!

It seems as though America has lost its mind and is also on the short road to insanity in the express lane.

I believe that the times that we are in now really is one of the final wake-up calls for Black America to get its act together or suffer the consequences of aligning itself with a satanic society that is hell bent on defying God and all of His commandments.

It’s up to us to read the handwriting on the wall but even more important we must heed the call to live a spotless life because THAT is the only way to continue receiving God’s protection in this wicked place!

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Spoken Poet
Spoken Poet
June 22, 2015 12:00 PM

Thank you for giving up the credit as we deserve, meaning the black women
who are taking care of their children by any means necessary, and being the
Good Women that God designed us to be Thanks again Love Ya Lance

June 17, 2015 10:38 PM

Excellent analysis of our situation, from an intelligent Black Man. Love

June 13, 2015 7:54 PM

Good one Lance. Black womanhood is becoming extinct for several different
reasons. I’m one who is always complaining about the hair, I can’t take
the hair. Watching Track & Field yesterday, all the bad-bodies girls have
insane amounts of fake ass hair on their heads. I don’t understand why
the black woman doesn’t see the beauty in herself anymore, they all wan be
sex kittens and fake. The natural black queen is the one who gets it.

David Lomax
David Lomax
June 12, 2015 8:56 PM

Super Mother ? Are you serious ?

The world is SET UP for women, ( Black and otherwise ) to succeed at
parenting /being mothers.

YOU, as a man, an engaged father, try to be as much of a parent to
your kids as US moms are allowed; you WILL find, despite the lip service
dealt the subject, that there will be MANY an obstacle placed in Dad’s path.

Do you know why other ethnicities /communities in the US fare so much
better with the US’ national /local security apparatus, truth be told ?

It’s because those same, other, non-Black US ethnicities
/communities probably “pray” a WHOLE lot LESS. They REFUSE to leave their
fate, destiny, well-being and prosperity to some heretofore UNPROVEN

Nope. They’ll give, again, “lip service” to the notion of
spirituality, but in their smoky “back rooms”, the real dealing is done;
things are really mapped-out.

And Black people’s “buttery-good” ( thank you, SWP ) asses get
jobbed-out of it all, almost ALL of the time.

June 12, 2015 6:32 PM

Lance, your analogy game is strong! Lol I hope you know that. You take the
most complicated topics and break them down perfectly so that EVERYONE–
conscious and unconscious understands. Thank you!

June 12, 2015 12:52 PM

Great video!

Mason Storm 09?
Mason Storm 09?
June 12, 2015 11:54 AM

Black culture is the so far, the only setup in which the government
empowers their women and takes away the power of their men. I firmly
believe the government is well-aware of this and enforces it. That’s why
television shows and Black entertainment has been transformed to show that
Black women are stronger and in order to be a “strong” Black male, you have
to be imprisoned or a drug dealer or something to that effect. Think back
to the 80s and 90s television shows like Fresh Prince, though it was a
comedy, it did have a structurally sound Black household. There was a Black
father that was a leader, his wife supported him, and the children listened
and talked their way through issues like civilized humans. Now we have
television programs in which strong Black females are leading the way in
the most ratchet way possible. When this is broadcast to the Black culture
and they respond positively, then that behavior enters society and we have
actual homes behaving as such. Black women need to understand that it is
not a shame or disservice for them to be lead by Black men. It’s gotten so
bad for us that Black females have so much power, that, they are now
looking to other women for strength. When you see two black women dating,
it’s clear that one is more masculine than the other. When you see two
Black men dating, it’s not as apparent. We really need to wake up here
brothers and sisters. I would normally tirade here but, for my sisters, you
need to realize that you have MEN that want to be your leaders. This is the
reason Black men date outside of you. Not primarily for looks, or because
other races of women are “easier.” That’s not true. The fact is Black men,
and men in general, are born leaders. It is not a bad thing for you women
to be second in command. Once the balance of power is restored, only then
can we be a great group of people as we once were. PEACE!

A Charles
A Charles
June 12, 2015 10:06 AM

Nice Asian impression Lance

A Charles
A Charles
June 12, 2015 10:04 AM

We have the SooSoo too we call it a Box
Box money in Antigua

June 12, 2015 9:55 AM

Powerful and uplifting!

K. Halli
K. Halli
June 12, 2015 8:28 AM

Always such an abstract thinker and doing a great job putting things into
perspective for us..thank you sir!

Jack Gully
Jack Gully
June 12, 2015 5:11 AM

Good job lil nigga LOL.

David StudioArtsGuru
David StudioArtsGuru
June 12, 2015 4:13 AM

I’m surprised the feminist movement never talked about all of these Black
women that are being treated bad by the police (Cops). I keep telling women
that these (Feminist) groups don’t care about them unless it involves them.
The same people that claim support of women are making fools of Black women
& dividing them from there men (Using stereotypes), because White women
will always stand by there’s.

Great video sir.

Black Cherubim
Black Cherubim
June 12, 2015 2:30 AM

Well said!

June 12, 2015 2:00 AM

“We’re like water we take the shape of the container we’re in.” That was
very profound brotha.

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