2nd largest Hindu Temple in the world opens in New Jersey

The Great Replacement

BAPS Swaminarayan Akshardham was officially opened yesterday. This sprawling complex is being called the second-largest Hindu Temple in the world. It is located in Robbinsville Township, NJ, and took over twelve years to build. The temple was allegedly funded by donations coming from all over the world.

About 4.5% of the population of New Jersey is estimated to have originated in India. Two-thirds of them are Hindus. 

New Jersey is already seen as an epicenter of rising tensions between Hindus and Muslims. These tensions have already boiled over into mob fights in the United Kingdom.

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Frank Garrett
7 months ago

What they aren’t mentioning in any of the media puff pieces, is that the temple was built with Dalit (untouchable) laborers, who were brought in through fraudulent R-1 visas (visas for visiting clergy). These guys were held against their will and paid about $1 an hour. The feds raided the temple and a lawsuit was filed, but most of the workers retracted their statements, as they were almost certainly threatened.

The Indian population in central NJ are some of the most nastiest, anti-White, cheapskate pieces of garbage you will ever deal with. I lost track of how many times I was called “White trash” when I was a retail manager. Rich stuff coming from people that smell like a port a potty!