I have a question based on this news report about Koreans learning Talmud: What Lost Tribe are the Koreans? I mean, what other reason could there be for so many Gentiles learning Talmud than that they’re not Gentiles at all?
And for Jews who’d object: But they don’t look Jewish, I would say: Neither do you. (Looks are no criteria.)
When half of all 76,497,881 Koreans will make aliyah, the demographics in Israel will change “slightly.”
In a region that understands power better than any other argument, I’m sure that everyone then will agree that Israel extends its borders to include Lebanon, part of Syria, half of Jordan and a bit of Egypt.
The feel of the country will also change. Ashkenazic, Mizrachic, Yemenite and Ethiopian Jews will all become tiny well-respected minorities.
And of course, many of the Middle-Eastern populations then will want to convert to Judaism too, many of them also discovering their Jewish roots. The predominant occupation of us Old Jews will be to sit in conversion courts.
But it won’t stop at that. Native Americans, half of Asia, even Europeans will come out of the woodwork trying to join the Jewish People. I’m sure we’re talking about hundreds of millions.
And all that time, we will all find that the Torah and Talmud are unprecedented works that can guide all of us and the remaining Gentiles in great wisdom and elegance – if interpreted the right way(s).
We live in interesting times.