Newark NJ Mayor Inks “Sisterhood Agreement” With Imaginary Nation
In the “You can’t make it up category,” Democratic Newark NJ Mayor, Ras Baraka, literally signed a “sisterhood agreement” with the United States of Kailasa, a country that doesn’t exist. Not only did he sign an agreement, they held a ceremony to celebrate it with supposed Kailasa officials at the Newark City Hall.
That’s right, the United States of Kailasa does not exist. In fact, it is a figment of an accused rapist’s imagination. Swami Nithyananda escaped from Indian authorities in 2019. It was then when one of his female disciples accused him of rape. While on bail, in 2019, he fled to India and established the United States of Kailasa (USK). USK, according to Nithyananda, is a Hindu nation with its own flag, passport, and even a central bank system. However, it has no geographical location. There are rumors of Nithyanada buying an island off the coast of Ecuador and that his nation, indeed is in one of the Ecuadorian islands. However, the Ecuadorian administration has confirmed that no such nation exists. Very recently, the USK has launched its citizenship application and also claims to serve as a nation for its population of two billion Hindus.
Nithyananda calls himself a “Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism, giving superconscious breakthroughs to humanity, which is physically demonstrable through various power manifestations.”
After Duping Newark, Nithyananda said this:
“Today indeed marks an important beginning of collaboration between the United States of Kailasa and the city of Newark to further advance the broader bilateral agenda for a greater vision of world peace. With this protocol bilateral relations Kailasa looks forward to bringing its humanitarian services to the city of Newark and serve its community.”
Before he realized that he had just signed an agreement with Atlantis 2.0, Baraka said:
“I pray that our relationship helps us to understand cultural, social and political development and improves the lives of everybody in both places and helps us to understand where we are and who we are and our connectivity to one another and helps us to become better people in the process, better people individually and as cities and nations.”
Let the backpedaling begin. Susan Garofalo, the Press Secretary for the city’s communication department informed the Press Trust of India that, “After we learned about the circumstances surrounding Kailasa, the City of Newark immediately took action and rescinded the sister city agreement. Based on deception, the ceremony was groundless and void. Although this was a regrettable incident the City of Newark remains committed to partnering with people from diverse cultures in order to enrich each other with connectivity, support, and mutual respect.”
There have been rumors that Baraka may run for Governor in 2025. With a little luck he can get Santa Claus to handle his campaign.