Can anybody tell me whatever happened to H. R. 1242?

While you’re at it, can somebody—anybody—tell me what happened to the associated, scheduled activities mentioned in this particular bill that was signed into law by President Trump in 2017?

Did it get past me?  Did I miss all the referenced hoopla?

For those of you not in the know, H. R. 1242 (Sec. 3) is a bill that supposedly recognizes 400 Years of so-called African-American History.

According to everything I’ve heard and read about it, it amounted to a series of “celebrations” and “festivities”  held throughout the US to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the arrival of so-called Africans in the English colonies at Point Comfort, Virginia, in 1619.

For reference, most historians agree that the first recorded Africans arrived in British North America in late August 1619.

As an aside, I personally love how they recall the kidnap and enslavement of a people as an “arrival”…which sounds significantly more like voluntary travel as opposed to forced slavery.

Anyway, here it is December 31, 2019, the last day of the 400th year of this so-called “arrival” and, guess what?  No fanfare.  Not even a mention.  Why?

If there were to be no festivities, no celebration and barely any mention of this Anniversary, then why even create a bill and sign it into law in the first place?

What was the point?

I mean, did the date change?  Or maybe, just maybe…did the motive for acknowledging this date change?

What do I mean by that?

Well, hear me out!

With so many so-called African-Americans discovering that they are not even African at all but rather are the actual Tribe of Judah referenced in the Holy Bible, perhaps the acknowledgment of the actual date confirms/gives validity to claims America would rather see dismissed.

Could there have been a concern that, by acknowledging the “400 years” spent in the land of our captivity, the government would inadvertently prompt further scrutiny of the Bible.  Was there concern that maybe a larger number of people would ask themselves if the references in Deuteronomy 28:15-68, that describes a group of people currently living under specific curses placed upon them by their Elohim, related to the so-called African-Americans?

Does the fact that the people described therein differ exponentially from the people known throughout the world today as Jews have any bearing on the matter?

Would seeing the slave ships and such remind people that, according to the Bible, the chosen people, the actual Jews from the Tribe of Judah, were dispersed to the four corners of the Earth via ships and in chains?

Would the fact that the same were to be sold to other men as slaves and remain in this condition until the return of their Elohim be a clue as to the identity of the chosen people of God?

Would a deeper exploration of black history lead to the realization that no other people on the planet fit the description of the chosen people of God as perfectly as so-called African-Americans?

Would recognizing the 400 year anniversary showcase, in real time, the unmistakable similarities between so called African-Americans and the referenced chosen children of God?

Would these similarities cause people to question the validity of the peoples claiming to be and currently recognized as the chosen of God?

Would it prompt research to that end?

Would people who never considered that they were being misled about who the chosen people of the Bible are find out that most of the people known as Jews today (whether living abroad or residing in Israel) are actually Ashkenazi Russian Jewish converts?  Or that they originate from places like Poland and Germany?

Even worse, what would society think if they knew that the peoples presented to the world as Jews are actually referenced in Revelation 2:8, 3:8 as fake?

Would that shake people’s faith?

More importantly, what would it say about the world we live in? About the people who know the truth but who have allowed one of the most egregious cases of identity theft in the history of the world to not only be propagated upon all of society, but to continue until this very day?

What would that say about our government?  About religions that are misrepresenting the truth?  About what is being taught in seminaries, etc., the world over?

Can anybody hear me?