Captivity Punishments on Levi from Simeon?

Fair use from Wikipedia: The island of Hispaniola, of which Haiti occupies the western three-eighths, has been inhabited since about 5000 BC by groups of Native Americans thought to have arrived from Central or South America.[20]

Genetic researches show that some of these groups were related to the Yanomami of the Amazon Basin.[21] [43] Amongst these early settlers were the Ciboney peoples, followed by the Taíno, speakers of an Arawakan language, elements of which have been preserved in Haitian Creole.

The Taíno name for the entire island was Haiti, or alternatively Quisqeya.[44]

The United Nations states that in total US$13.34 billion has been earmarked for post-earthquake reconstruction through 2020, though two years after the 2010 quake, less than half of that amount had actually been released, according to UN documents.

As of 2015, the US government has allocated US$4 billion, US$3 billion has already been spent, and the rest is dedicated to longer-term projects.[274]

The Haitians are reported to be from the tribe of Levi. The Dominicans are reported to be from the tribe of Simeon. The Spanish however integrated with the native Dominicans, who are allegedly from the tribe of Simeon.

The Spanish, French, and US have all caused the conflict to allow two brothers, the Levites and Simeonites (allegedly) of today to fight and quarrel over the goods of the land. Meanwhile, many die, live in horrific conditions and squander away.

This of course is according to the curses given to them by the ALMIGHTY but is still brutally unrighteous for the enemies to place upon them and to continue to allow to happen.

PEOPLE OF THE WORLD, and CURRENT CHILDREN OF ISRAEL; DON’T GIVE REST IN PRAYER and SUPPLICATIONS to the ALMIGHTY, HIS Majesty the LORD JESUS CHRIST to help us and the people of Haiti and Dominica find rest, peace, and justice. Cease not in prayer! Amen

#Deuteronomy28 assisting in waking up the lost tribes of the children of Israel


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