From AmericanWireNews: "A Jewish high school teacher in Queens was terrorized by a mob of left-wing students who reacted with outrage after she attended a pro-Israel rally last weekend, a terrifying incident that left her badly shaken. The target of the 'radicalized' kids was forced to hide for over two hours in a locked office as the halls at Hillcrest High School were taken over by hundreds of young people incensed over her posting of support for the Jewish democracy to her Facebook page. The students chanted slogans and waved Palestinian flags in what was described as a pre-planned protest demanding the teacher’s firing with video of the harrowing display of anti-Semitism being posted to social media."
It's happening again, only this time it's not just in Germany. Some of the guards at Auschwitz were undoubtedly Israelites themselves. Some of those high school "brown shirters" are no doubt Israelites, because the House of Israel's 10 tribes went into captivity and then scattered abroad. The descendants of the northern tribes of Israel could now be anywhere from Switzerland to Iceland to northern Germany, and therefore in the USA. Before they were both exiled, the north and south halves of Israel even engaged in at least one war against each other, just like our North and South.
My premise is not an acceptable theory in academania. It is scorned as "British-Israelism." That is the joke: God likes surprises and He has hidden this truth from most of the world's "historians." Someday the mountains of evidence will be made known, and millions of people will have to eat crow with egg on their faces.
Just some of the evidence: The first Danes to arrive in Denmark said plainly that they were descended from the tribe of Dan, one of those northern tribes of Israel (that is right from the Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition, 1910; article "Denmark"). All 10 tribes have suffered a loss of identity. Maybe some of them didn't want to be known as Israelites in an anti-Semitic world. In Genesis 48, Jacob predicted that some of the tribes would be like "a vine going over the walls" (to the ends of the earth). The British Empire certainly did that. It was in the Divine Plan to have a language that was widespread enough to facilitate business and the preaching of the Gospel.
I don't care if I lose some readers right now, or Facebook friends. I'm trying to keep this short, but it would take many pages to relate all the evidence of this much-scorned "theory." There's more evidence for this than for Darwinism. The Norwegian Vikings took to the sea, but the Swedish Vikings went trading up the rivers of Europe from which we believe they came. Some people believe that Norway and Sweden are descendants of Naphtali. That would make sense, because that tribe lived in Israel's far north, at higher and cooler elevations than other tribes. They don't like hot weather, and the Scandinavians settled in our northern tier of states. Jacob said that Naphtali would "bring forth goodly, 'bright,' words," and guess where the Nobel prize for literature comes from?
Other evidence regarding the "lost" ten tribes is far beyond anecdotal. The world just doesn't want to accept the fact that Israelites number in hundreds of millions, like "the number of the sands on the seashores" as promised to Abraham. There are just a few million Jews in the state of Israel and around the world today.
CONCLUSION: If Hitler had been able to wipe out the Jews, that would have been only about 8 percent of all the Israelites living on earth during the Holocaust. Today the northern tribes are perhaps 95 percent of the Israelites in the world. Jacob predicted that just two of the tribes would become a great nation and "a company of nations" respectively. That is God's "joke."
P.S. Feel free to dispute this if you can, but don't attempt it at home unless you have read the Denmark article in the Britannica. I don't know what those brats in the Bronx are studying, but it "ain't" history!© Curtis Dahlgren
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