Israel also went into captivity/slavery by the hands of the ancient nation of Assyria. They were later released and scattered. So suggesting that blacks are the true Israelites because they were enslaved is not enough.

What about the other key verses in prophecy like for instance God promising to give Israel, Manasseh and Ephraim, the gate of their enemies? Genesis 22:17. What gate have Africans controlled? It’s a hard prophesy to even understand because you’re stuck with asking the question what does he/God mean by gate?

There can be no other logical answer but the sea gates of their enemies. Which the United States and Great Britain controlled. The Suez Canal and the Panama Canal. But they eventually relinquished control of those gates later which was a sign of their prophesied decline. Now, the NIV version translates that as the cities of their enemies (but I’m not sure that is an accurate translation) which Israel was also given control of because they conquered many of their enemies.

But being given the sea gates of their enemies was certainly a more profound fulfillment of the prophecy and covers the whole gamut which would certainly put to rest any doubt that the prophecy was in relation to Ephraim and Manasseh and which is the way God does things in an undeniable and big way. And if that is not convincing enough what about the part of the prophecy emphasizing that God would make of them one great nation and a great company of nations? Genesis 35:11.

No two nations fulfill that prophesy like the United States and Great Britain. The United States was the single greatest nation on the face of the earth which God promised they would become. And Great Britain was the greatest company of nations. Great Britain was a company/commonwealth of nations because Britain colonized many nations as a result of God’s will.

Many believe they were the greatest empire that ever existed rivaling even the Holy Roman Empire. When God says he’s going to make you great that’s what he means and it really means greater than everyone else who they became. And is once again consistent with the way he operates, doing things in a very big way.

Incidentally, the nation in the middle east that everyone calls Israel is in fact, Judah. It’s comprised of, if I’m not mistaken, just one or two of the ten lost tribes of Israel. The United States and Great Britain and a few other nations make up the vast majority of the ten lost tribes.

If you can justify your reasoning by explaining those two aspects of prophecy alone I will be open to listening even further. But if you can’t explain those two aspects of prophecy you don’t have much to stand on. Like I said, convince me. I’m open to listening. Provide a logical answer that makes sense and is supported by scripture and I will listen.

It doesn’t mean they are a smarter, better, greater, stronger, race because the Bible says they were the least and they were chosen because of God’s promises to Abraham. They became great because of God’s promised blessings not because they were stronger, smarter, better, or greater because they were the least.

If darker-skinned races were the dominant and more populace races in those regions at that time it would stand to reason that a race fewer in number would be more in line with those particular verses and prophecy. Which Israel was. They were fewer in number as the Bible says but grew to be great in number and power because of God’s promised blessings. Deuteronomy 7:6-9.

So, obviously, the darker-skinned races couldn’t be the chosen people because they weren’t the races that were the fewest in number. God said the people that he chose were the least/ fewest in number and power than all of the other nations, which Israel was.

But that’s also consistent with how God operates. Taking nothing and turning it into something great. Like I said convince me. If you can change my mind I’m open to listening. Finding the truth should be your primary motivation as opposed to just being viewed as right in a debate.