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Was Kamala Harris’ Grandfather Part of India’s Independence Movement?

That depends on if you believe her or her family in India.

In Kamala’s 2019 book, “The Truths We Hold,”, she claimed that her grandfather PV Gopalan was “part of India’s independence movement”. However, her family back in India said that “there was no record of him having been anything other than a diligent civil servant”. Her uncle, Dr. Gopalan Balachandran said that “had he openly advocated ending British rule, he would have been fired”. [1]

US Congressman Ro Khanna also claims that his grandfather was a part of India’s independence movement. [2]

The very fact that we don’t know points to one reason that communities around the world generally did not trust people if they didn’t know their families back to their grandparents. When people just show up, they can make up whatever, just because it “sounds good” to quote another Tamil Brahmin who both falsified a resume and pretended to be black.

However, if it’s true, that they fought for India’s independence, India got its freedom, and so why did their children move permanently to the USA?

My ancestors fought for American independence and we won. Their children didn’t then say let’s go someplace else. They worked to build a new country. We continued to do so, until we were no longer allowed, because of being replaced by (less qualified but sly) new immigrants.

Kamala Harris and Ro Khanna are top caste Brahmins. At the bottom are Dalit untouchables who are still persecuted in India. Caste does not correspond to color. Kamala’s high caste mother was very dark, and some Dalit “untouchables” are very pale. Her mother claimed to be “Caucasian” on Kamala’s birth certificate.

Kamala’s mother’s (Shyamala Gopalan) explained: “We are Brahmins, that is the top caste. Please do not confuse this with class, which is only about money. For Brahmins, the bloodline is the most important. My family, named Gopalan, goes back more than 1,000 years.” [3]

If they really believed in freedom and justice they would be fighting for it in India.

They are allowed to return back to India for four generations.

Why aren’t they in India’s parliament making changes instead of in the US Congress?

Let’s recall that Kamala and her mother moved to Montreal and do not appear to have supported French Canadian Civil rights, but were de facto supporters of the English speaking Ascendency-elites, who treated French Canadians as an under-caste for hundreds of years until the Revolution Tranquille. In fact, Kamala often sounds like an English speaking Montrealer pretending to talk like an African American. She lived in the elite Westmount suburb with the Bronfmans and Molsons. Westmount was very symbolic of oppression, in the minds of those believing in freedom.

My father was even recruited to go help India ca 1950. He was told that they would have a big house with servants. He opted to work in poor communities in the United States without servants. How were the tables turned and now even less qualified Asian Indians have stolen American academic funding and jobs, for decades?

Immigrant from Canada, John Kenneth Galbraith, gave away our tech to India: The United States Gave India its First Computer Science Program at IIT Kanpur (1962-72) https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2019/10/28/the-united-states-gave-india-its-first-computer-science-program-at-iit-kanpur-1962-72/ Yet we are supposed to believe that they are so smart that they have to be given all of our jobs. They aren’t more smart… just 1000 plus years of upper caste slyness. Sly is a different type of smarts… one that will lie, cheat and steal to get their way, if smiling isn’t enough. There should be more smart people in India, because there are more people, but that doesn’t mean that they are sending them to us, and it doesn’t mean they should be allowed to steal our academic funding and jobs.

Why didn’t the US government train African Americans in the Mississippi Delta instead? They didn’t have fancy Brahmin houses to entertain Galbraith? They didn’t wheedle and whine and beg to get their way, as those from India are wont to do?

Kamala Harris is an original cosponsor of S386 which will give the majority of green cards to people from India and increase family joining from India.

The US allows top caste Brahmins, and other upper-dominant castes from India who come/have come to the USA to get affirmative action-minority government contract set asides-minority business help, etc. Thus, for over 50 years, they have been high-jacking policies ostensibly designed to help uplift African Americans who suffered under Jim Crow and slavery.

This is all the more shocking as India was a Soviet ally and has remained a Russian one.

Americans must be the most naive people who ever lived. India has almost 18% of the world’s population. They are not a minority. What’s more they are the best paid with median household income of $119,858 compared to $41,511 for Black Americans and $65,902 for white Americans and $44,772 for Native Americans. Americans have been outwitted. Now they are owned by upper caste India. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ethnic_groups_in_the_United_States_by_household_income

Like Kamala’s grandfather, Ro Khanna’s grandfather served a primarily Soviet allied India, during the Cold War. [4]

The most important issue not being addressed remains this: https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2020/08/08/us-senator-kamala-harris-uncle-still-advising-india-ministry-of-defence-think-tank-unofficially-while-she-sits-on-homeland-security-intel-committees/

India has its own foreign intelligence agency. It was formed the very year that the United States started letting so many more people immigrate from India, and gave them minority status-affirmative action. In fact, one of the goals of their RAW intelligence agency is: “Moulding international public opinion and influence foreign governments with the help of the strong and vibrant Indian diaspora,” and a large number of their diaspora are in the United States. May 2018 version https://archive.li/Cyf4u of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Research_and_Analysis_Wing
New version removed reference to the diaspora.

[1] “The progressive Indian grandfather who inspired Kamala HarrisBy SHASHANK BENGALI, MELANIE MASON
OCT. 25, 2019 http://archive.vn/https://www.latimes.com/politics/story/2019-10-25/how-kamala-harris-indian-family-shaped-her-political-career

[2] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ro_Khanna

[3] “Kamala’s Karma” By Peter Byrne/Wed Sep 24th, 2003 4:00am, SF Weekly, https://archive.li/bNhir

[4] ‘After independence, Vidyalankar was Minister of Education, Labor and Languages in the Punjabi government from 1957 to 1962 and a member of the First (1952–56), Third (1962-67) and Fifth (1971-1977) Lok Sabhas.[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amarnath_Vidyalankar


Even prior to Covid 19 https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2020/02/28/stop-s386-new-york-fed-data-shows-high-unemployment-underemployment-for-stem-workers-americans-tell-your-senators-to-vote-against-s386-any-similar-bills/


There’s still time to dump Kamala and pick Val Demings (or someone else) as VP nominee. There needs to be an anti-Kamala revolt at the DNC. Val Demings is the best pick for VP and President.