The Truth About Child Sexual Abuse

90% of all child sexual abuse happens at home, school and sadly, even at churches. Know the following facts so you may stay alert of any signs of sexual abuse and protect your family and love ones!

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New World Order Autotrons in America: Upper-Caste Supremacist Subcontinent Indians

There’s little question that foreign-born upper-caste subcontinent Indians have gotten a big toehold in Silicon Valley and elsewhere. All one has to do is enter into Google the search terms “Indians” and “Silicon Valley” and there are thousands of articles from which to choose. They’ve also become very wealthy and influential because of the stock market’s artificial tech bubble and the IPO racket.

Read: The Top Ten Indian CEOs Who are Ruling the World

Indian born Sundar Pichai, Google’s CEO

But, in watching Project Veritas exposés and in peeling back the onion on deep-state companies and surveillance/information industries, we were stunned at how many Indians are climbing out from slimy rocks to plot and scheme.

Whether it’s big names like Facebook or Google or smaller tech firms, if someone’s scheming to demonetize voices on YouTube or take dissenters off of social media, more often than not a sub-continent Indian is involved.

The Nature of the Upper Caste Indian Threat

Let’s take a look at the culture of the increasingly influential people who are coming into the U.S. on HB1 visas to work as hacks and goons in the information technology game. And how much of this involves alphabet agencies of the government? As the managerial class, they determine who gets hired (co-tribalists) and fired.

The Brahman-Hindu philosophy is based on the strong belief that human civilization was originally created unequally. In their mindset, the Brahman-Hindu belongs to the highest caste and hence belongs to the elite of human civilization. Brahmans make up 5% of India’s population, and other upper castes 20%. These are the people entering the U.S. and dominating information and social media industries. In other words, yet another supremacist in-group is working in cohort with supremacist Judaics and the Anglo-Zionist complex.

Like evangelical Zio Christian and Jewish Messianic nutwingism, upper-castes believe that Hindus (aka them) will rule the world from the Hindu holy land. India, in reality, is not a secular state but a state working solely on the ideology of Hinduism. Of India’s 1.4 billion natives, nearly 80% identify as Hindu, and nearly 20% identify as Muslim.

This is not some ancient archaic system. Indeed, under the British colonial rule and as late as the mid-20th century, the caste organization was accelerated as the central mechanism of India’s administration. Between 1860 and 1920, the British segregated Indians by caste, and granted administrative jobs and senior appointments only to those of the upper castes.

British society’s own similarly rigid class system provided the British with a template for understanding Indian society and castes [Ghuman, Paul (2013) British Untouchables: A Study of Dalit Identity and Education].

Nicholas Dirks has argued that India’s caste system as we know it today is a “modern phenomenon,” as caste was “fundamentally transformed by British colonial rule.” According to Dirks, before colonialism, caste affiliation was quite loose and fluid.

The British colonial government and their allies, for instance, enacted the Criminal Tribes Act of 1871. This law declared that everyone belonging to certain lower-tier castes were born with criminal tendencies. Castes suspected of seeking self-rule for India or having nationalist sentiment — such as the previous ruling families the Kallars and the Maravars of South India, and non-loyal castes in North India, such as Ahirs, Gurjars and Jats — were labeled “predatory and barbarian” and added to the criminal-castes list.

Under this nasty Brahman-British system, hundreds of Hindu communities were brought under the Criminal Tribes Act. By 1931, the colonial government included 237 criminal castes and tribes under the act in the Madras Presidency alone [Tolan, Deviant Bodies, 1995].

In reality, the British and their upper-caste minions created one of the nastiest systems in modern history, if ever. Is this template gone? They enacted laws such as the Land Alienation Act in 1900 and Punjab Pre-Emption Act in 1913, listing castes that could legally own land and denying equivalent property rights to other census-determined castes. These acts prohibited the inter-generational and intra-generational transfer of land from land-owning castes to any non-agricultural castes, thereby preventing economic mobility of property and creating subsequent caste barriers in India.

Even with post-WWII independence, caste has remained a major and contentious issue in the politics of India. These people make the inequities of the U.S. and Europe look like pikers. Among Brahmans today, 52% would not let an untouchable (referred to by the sterile term “scheduled caste”) use their utensils. In contrast note how well behaved Indian Christians are on this issue.

The following video describes how the Hindu-Brahman supremacist scam works in the India of today.

This has been the dominant ingrained norm in India for 70 generations, or nearly 1,500 years ago. These supremacists should have zero say in influencing American culture and traditions, let alone deciding who should have a YouTube platform.

We would suggest the upper-caste tech Indians infiltrating the U.S. and dominating the tech industry are bringing this long-standing supremacist-orientalist ideology with them. They are adding their nasty element to what should already be called the Kakistocracy Question (KQ, rule by the worst).

They have nothing to add and can only subtract. But instead of pulling up a chair, shutting up and learning, this foreign element has been pampered and humored. They stand out as distinctly un-American in approach. People who don’t fit their worldview are put into the barbarian slots.

Since Americans by nature are insular, naive and uninformed about the cultures of the people coming into their country, this influence been allowed to accelerate. As political donors, they are playing key roles in the censorship and suppression of free speech and civil liberties in America. It’s not just like-minded Jews doing this.

Through the prism of contemporary Hindu scholars as well as from mainstream Hindu religious literature, we can determine that history has now reached a point in time when one cycle is about to end and another one will begin to replace it. Therefore, for the Hindus, this is the last age or an end of this cycle, the end of history, which fits perfectly with kakistocrat New World Order theology.

Yes, there are lower-casted decent Hindus who reject this notion of the end of history with Brahman rule over the rest of human civilization, but they do not control the strategic decision making in Bharat.

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Sweet Potato Hash Recipe

There’s no denying that sweet potatoes (not meant to be confused with yams), have been immensely popular for centuries. The plant’s origins can be traced back as many as 55 to 58 million years ago in India, where leaf fossils belonging to the morning glory plant (which sweet potatoes belong to) were found. 

Sweet potatoes are plentiful in markets around the world, and are available in white, yellow, red, purple or brown varieties. They possess either white, yellow, orange or orange-red flesh,  and can be used for different dishes, desserts included. 

This sweet potato hash recipe submitted by Heifa of Fufu’s Kitchen may seem ideal only for brunch, but you can prepare this at any time of the day. Heifa herself even made this for dinner alongside a delicious quiche. What’s great about this recipe is that you can add flavorful spices and vegetables to elevate this dish and take seemingly simple sweet potatoes up a notch.


2 sweet potatoes 
2 Tablespoons paprika 
2 Tablespoons garlic powder 
1/4 cup chopped cilantro 
1/2 red onion 
1 bell pepper 
1 clove of garlic
6 Tablespoons coconut oil 
Himalayan salt and pepper


1. Cut sweet potatoes into cubes.
2. Add your cubed sweet potatoes into a pot with boiling salted water and cook until tender.
3. Once cooked, make sure to remove excess moisture from the potato so it will crisp later on.
4. Heat 2 to 3 tablespoons of coconut oil in a pan and add the finely chopped red onions, garlic and bell peppers. Season these veggies with salt, pepper and garlic powder. 
5. Sauté this mixture until golden brown, which will take approximately five to seven minutes. 
6. Once these are ready, remove them and place aside. 
7. In the same pan, add the rest of the olive oil, and add your drained and dried sweet potatoes to the pan. Season it with salt, pepper and paprika. 
8. Cook until potatoes have a golden brown crust on all sides. This will take another five to eight minutes. 
9. Once that is achieved, add the onion and pepper mixture with the potato in the pan and sauté together for another minute or two. 
10. Garnish with the cilantro. 

Preparation time: 15 minutes
Cooking time: 15 minutes
This recipe makes 4 servings

What Makes Sweet Potatoes a Better Option?

There’s been talk of sweet potatoes faring better nutrition-wise than white potatoes because of certain nutrients — and this is true. Apart from carbohydrates and dietary fiber, ,  sweet potatoes possess these vitamins and minerals: 

Vitamin C
Vitamin A

Phenolics,  carotenoids, anthocyanins and flavonoids  are also found in sweet potatoes, which may explain why the tubers are linked to possible antioxidant abilities. Other studies conducted on sweet potatoes have also shed light on their ability to:

Promote antiobesity effects — Authors of a 2011 Journal of Medicinal Food study noted that purple sweet potato extracts not only helped deliver anti-inflammatory, antilipogenic and lipolytic effects toward adipocytes, but also assisted with scavenging free radicals and decreasing their activity in the body. 
Aid in reducing cancer risk — A January 2019 article in Scientific Reports suggested that a glycoprotein extracted from sweet potatoes helped improve conditions of mice implanted with human breast cancer cells and induced apoptosis or cell death. 

Although sweet potatoes contain lectin, they don’t have excessively high amounts of this plant protein that’ll place you at risk for serious health implications. To know why you should carefully monitor your lectin intake, my “Limit the Lectins” articles may provide you with some answers.

When cooking sweet potatoes, avoid excessively browning or charring them, because this may expose you to acrylamide, a neurotoxin that may raise your cancer risk. Sweet potatoes should be eaten in moderation, since some varieties contain high amounts of fructose that can worsen your health if consumed excessively.

Always buy organically grown and GMO-free sweet potatoes from a local farmer in your area or a farmers market. The Spruce recommends picking small- to medium-sized potatoes with tight, unwrinkled and blemish- or bruise-free skins. Sweet potatoes can be stored at room temperature (68 to 70 degrees F) for at least a week, or in a cool, dark, dry and well-ventilated location (55 degrees F) for around four weeks. Refrain from refrigerating raw sweet potatoes since this may cause them to develop a hard and unappetizing center and possibly be off-flavor. 

This Oil Must Be Your No. 1 Choice for Cooking

No matter what dish you’re making, coconut oil is without a doubt the best cooking oil you can use. Compared to highly toxic vegetable oils that trigger numerous health issues, coconut oil is a powerhouse of medium-chain fatty acids (MCFAs) that may: 

Provide energy-boosting benefits
Be converted into ketones necessary for optimal heart and brain function
Assist in improving metabolism and promoting weight loss
Help support proper thyroid function
Normalize leptin and insulin sensitivity
Enhance oral health 

Coconut oil’s uses go beyond cooking, though, as it can be utilized for cosmetic and medicinal purposes. If you want to stock up on coconut oil, purchase varieties that are unrefined and unbleached, and produced without the use of chemicals or heat processing.

Liven Up This Sweet Potato Hash With Your Favorite Spices and Vegetables

Spices, herbs and vegetables contribute to enhancing the sweet potatoes’ flavor and in making this hash more appetizing. However, you’re not limited to the ingredients mentioned in this recipe. Sweet potatoes pair well with numerous herbs, spices and vegetables, so if you (or your family and friends) have their favorites, add them into the mix and make your own version of this wonderful dish.

About Fufu’s Kitchen

Fufu’s Kitchen is the brainchild of Heifa, a former teacher and cake decorator who now spends most of her time creating healthy and delicious recipes. She loves cooking and baking for her husband, family and friends, and is passionate about sharing tips on how you can prepare tasty meals. Through her blog, she aims to demonstrate that cooking recipes that showcase flavors from different parts of the globe is not only easy, but can be healthy, too.