A bill that would restore The Kingdom of Judah has been submitted to US Senators for review. This new proposal, called the Exodus 21 Bill comes as marginalized U.S. Citizens whose relatives were victims of slavery cry out for justice. The Atlantic slave Trade in which The Kingdom of Judah was destroyed and plundered by The United States, Great Britain and other European countries fits the international definition of crimes against humanity.
This U.N classification justifies the restoration of The Kingdom of Judah to its Pre- Atlantic slave Trade dynasty. According to the bill, it was drafted to recognize the sovereignty, provide for the restoration of the Kingdom of Judah, and to make atonement to The Tribe of Judah for its unjust subjugation and persecution by The United States of America.
If passed a Tribes person of Judah would be eligible.
For monthly food, housing, utilities, public transportation and clothing vouchers. The bill also includes judicial oversight measures to ensure a Judahite Tribes Person receives a fair trail as the bill states the court in which the Tribes Person appears, whether civil or criminal, must be adjudicated by a panel of two Judges one judge appointed by The Untied States and the other appointed by The Holy Kingdom of Judah. A dual national provision is also included in the bill. A complete copy of the draft bill can be viewed below.