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Kamala Harris is a Tamil Brahmin (Iyer), who represents Cali (Kali?) in the US Senate, and is Biden’s VP pick. She was born Kamala Iyer Harris. She represents India INC in more ways than one. One of the individuals being sued at Cisco, for discrimination against a Dalit, is an Iyer. Google CEO, Sundar Pichai, is also a Tamil Brahmin. If Kamala wins, Americans will become Dalit undercaste at an even greater speed, as India’s upper castes steal American jobs via H1B and other visas, and monopolize green cards, all while stealing affirmative action from Black Americans.

As Dr. Ambedkar said: “If Hindus migrate to other regions on earth, caste would become a world problem.”

To give some context of how recent 1947 was: Trump was born in 1946, Biden in late 1942, Kamala’s mother was born in 1938.

Excerpt from: “The Myth of Poor Brahmins in India – Brief History of Their Generational Wealth” Author – Anuradha Bele
The Union of India did not exist before 1947, the union was a collection of more than 550 princely states and many thousands, if not lakhs, of smaller estates, owned by hereditary landowners who collected revenue and if Brahmin, rarely paid rent and taxes. [1][2][3]

The Brahmin caste was at the top of the hierarchy throughout the sub-continent in spite of intra-regional differences. [4]

Looking at a few cities in all regions of India, we see a distinct pattern in their mode of living and their evolution as the most powerful and highly affluent caste. The Brahmins were concentrated on the wet river valleys across the sub-continent because of the prosperity of such belts due to abundant agrarian production and wealth, there were practically none in the dry zone villages. They got into ‘alliances’ with the traders and the other rich agricultural castes, in a policy of accommodation with the political elites.[5][6][7]

Brahmins were appointed as advisors or ministers to warrior chiefs and kings; as temple priests, temples being receptacles of wealth which were ploughed back into trade [8], including products[9] and slaves[10][11][12][13] then, and now in stock markets[14] and gold monetisation schemes [14]. The Brahmins got the place in the royal court as chief priest and priest of the palace.[15] They had powers to decide the functions of the palace and movements of the ruler.[16]

They often accompanied the kings to new lands to counter the resident Brahmins and were amply rewarded.[17] Brahmins were gifted gold, silver, utensils, horses, cows and more importantly, rent-free land by the kings because Laws of Manu stated that giver of land gets to land, a giver of gold long life, a giver of a house most excellent mansions, a giver of silver (rupya) exquisite beauty (rupa), so for whatever purpose a man bestows any gift, for that same purpose he receives in his next birth.[18] These lands were not taxed.[19] Even with the colonial government, they continued to enjoy the tax-free status. The Brahmins did not work on their lands, the work was done by landless labouring castes.[16] The headman/zamindar and the accountant were important for the empire. Often, the accountant or both the headman and accountant were Brahmins.[5] The priest was almost always a Brahmin.[20] Since only the top three savarna castes could get an education, based on the Law of Manu written by the Brahmins,[21] this caste quickly moved to urban areas for education and varied economic opportunities.[6] Educated Brahmins were soon dominating as administrators, teachers, medical practitioners and lawyers, especially in urban areas, most of them were from major landowning families.[5] Endogamy remained an institution to maintain caste[22]. Thus, Brahmins became an influential class of opinion makers asserting themselves in newspapers, cultural activities, political organizations and other sectors due to access to modern education and leisure to pursue varied professions due to generational wealth….

In Tamil Nadu, in the early twentieth century, Brahmins made up to 2.5% of the total population of the state. The fertile Kaveri delta which makes up most of the old Thanjavur District, Brahmins, many of them wealthy mirasidars, were an unusually high 9 per cent of the population in the late nineteenth century. Despite emigration and land sales, Brahmans in the delta in the 1950s were still “wealthier, more numerous, and more powerful than in any other south Indian district”[5].

Incidentally, the Vice President nominee in the United States, Kamala Harris’s grandfather, the Brahmin P.V.Gopalan, hails from Thanjavur district, Painganadu village where he served as a stenographer with the British East India company. [34] The PV Gopalan family resided in the Painganadu Agraharam in Thulasendhirapuram in Mannargudi taluk in Thiruvarur, in Tamil Nadu.[35] His name is still listed as Skilled Support Staff in Regional Centre, Indian Council of Agricultural Research in Kozhikode, which requires qualification of matriculation only. [36]

Brihadeshwara Temple, built-in 9th or 10th century, is also located in this district and owns 157 acres land, it also has a tradition of hereditary Brahmin priests and trustees.[37] One inscription of 1004 A.D. in Tanjor Temple mentions the numbers of devadasis to be 400 in Tanjor, 450 in Brihadeswara temple and 500 in Sorti Somnath temple.[14] There are around 88 more temples in this district. The 34,000 temples in the state-run by the Tamil Nadu government department today own a total of over 5 lakh acres of agricultural land, or about 5 per cent of all agricultural land in Tamil Nadu, the highest percentage of any state in the country.[37]…
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The East India Company was officially defunct by 1875, but Kamala’s grandfather may have inherited his position. The British government took over at least some company functions. See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East_India_Company