Israelites FREED from Political Plantation
After more than 400 years of captivity in America, the Israelites are now FREE from the invisible yet very real plantation of the U.S. social structure!
Some may believe that slavery requires physical restraints, such as shackles or handcuffs. But the average Israelitish man or woman has been the victim of manifold daunting life experiences that prove otherwise.
Being at the bottom of a social food chain produces the same effects and consequences as physical chattel slavery– but without tangible proof to help dissuade ridicule from merciless onlookers. Unfortunately, those who should be offering assistance instead choose to add to the oppression by mocking and shaming an already abused People. This has been the status quo in America.
There is no way to truly explain to someone– who has never been at the receiving end of racism– what it feels like. Yet it is a painful and unpleasant reality of life in America. It is the proverbial elephant in the room everyone knows is there but would rather not talk about. Even so, we decided it was time to talk.
Har Tsiyon, which is the Government for the Nation of Israel, served official notice on the United States that the Children of Israel have reconstituted into a Family, thereby rejoining the international Family of nations. Most importantly, the Israelites are now able to partake of the human rights protections provided under international law.
This may all sound odd to a layman or laywoman, and the legal complexities can be labyrinthian. Suffice to say that the U.S. can no longer turn a blind eye to the flagrant atrocities suffered by God’s Chosen People– past, present, or future. Nationhood has removed Jacob’s Children from the hand of their centuries-old Oppressor here stateside, into the realm of the International Community.
And the Nation of Israel is now calling for the support of Humanity— for States Parties to key human rights multilateral treaties, covenants, conventions, and resolutions– to take a legal and moral stand against the United States’ relentless, age-old persecution of the Biblical Hebrews abducted to America.