A welcome country that is not, no one acknowledges, but that it participated in two acts of the United Nations (UN). Or, that is, welcome to the United States of North Kailasa. As strange as it sounds, this story is true and after it the State was founded by the Hindu Guru Nithyananda Paramashiva in 2019, according to information from the British BBC.
The “homeland” is said to be located on the island of Ecuador, which the founder claims to have bought from the said South American country. However, in the same year Quito denied that Paramashiva was in Ecuadorian territory or that he had been granted asylum.
Why should the United States of America call itself a country? According to its location, it has the characteristic elements of a state: flag, constitution, central bank, passport and emblem. He claims to have perhaps the most reliable information about the population. Two billion Hindus practice. If this information had any truth, it would be among the largest in the group. But it should be noted that India occupies that position with 1,428 million inhabitants.
Another great thing that accompanies the United States of Kailasa has much to do with its author. Nithyananda Paramashivam is indicted by an Indian court for alleged cases of kidnapping and sexual assault. In this sense, and according to British television, a student of the alleged religious leader accused him of kidnapping in 2010. He was arrested for a short time before being released on bail.
However, in 2018 he was accused in the court of that province and before leaving another complaint, it came to light that the children were kidnapped and locked in his ashes (equivalent to a monastery building), which was located in the state of Gujarat.
In the UN
The existence of the United States Kalasa went viral after it was discovered that the country’s alleged ambassador had participated in the United Nations action. It happened at the end of last February, when one of the officials allegedly “kalasos” stopped the debate on the representation of women in the decision-making system, organized by the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) on February 22. .
Later they also did the same in the debate on sustainable development, established by the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR). According to the BBC, a UN official confirmed by email that “representatives of Kailasa attended two public sessions in Geneva”.
For his part, and as reported by the British public channel, the director of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Vivian Kwok, attributed what happened to the fact that these types of meetings are public and open. whoever it is, it matters.