Admin posted on May 10, 2009 13:06

"... we are now going to visits and work site visits..."

- DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano.

Here's a tip, slumdogs. When you leave your kennel, uh, I mean, guest house, each morning, pack your suitcase and take it with you to work. When the DHS dogcatchers come by, they will take you straight to the airport for that one way flight back to that sewer of a sub-continent, where public defecation is rampant and the corrupt upper-caste oligarchy controls 80% of the country.

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Admin posted on May 7, 2009 13:12

It appears that the only way to rid this country of the slumdog scabs is to take legal action. My case against the Desi discriminators at the Curry Den is progressing through the federal bureaucracy, and is now sitting on some agent's desk at the EEOC's LA Office.

FYI, I had to edit this letter because some readers noticed that I had left the name of the Curry Den in the clear. I do this kind of stuff on purpose, to trap the agents of NASSCOM/USINPAC/TiE who are stalking me. I have good connections at the Curry Den, mostly crackers in HR and admin, and they keep me posted on what is going on. It is not pretty. Feds are crawling all over the place. Four slumdogs got sent home because their paperwork was not in order, and the USCIS was not happy.

Just imagine if hundreds of Americans, if not thousands, took the time to file a complaint. It would make offshoring very hard for any company. When all of the sudden, a pack of slumdogs shows up at your job site, and it is Custer's last stand, then you Americans need to do something. These pussies at Michael's didn't:

IRVING, Texas, Jan. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Irving-based Michaels Stores, Inc. announces it has reached an agreement with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), (BSE: TCS.BO) to co-source various functions, initially including portions of the retailer's Information Technology, Information Services and Accounts Payable functions.

"Our goal in 2009 is to focus our time, resources and people on our core competencies that have made us the world's largest arts and crafts specialty retailer," said Michaels CEO Brian C. Cornell. "By allowing TCS, a leading IT services and business solutions provider, to handle functions not directly related to our core retail competencies, we can move forward toward that goal."

The move is the result of the Company's ongoing strategic analysis of its organizational and business practices to allow the arts and crafts retailer to continue to grow and strengthen despite the recession. Just under 200 jobs will be co-sourced, and another 95 positions will be eliminated over the next 90 to 120 days. Michaels will offer affected employees outplacement services, severance and in some cases, other positions within the Company.

Michaels Announces Co-Sourcing Agreement


That is the plan of India, Inc.

Rape our companies and destroy our economy.


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Tunnel Rat posted on May 7, 2009 13:11

We in the Insurgency only advocate rhetorical violence, but there are other cells that are taking more extreme measures. Some are involved with MS-13 in SV and the GD in ChiTown.

These folks that broke into the Virginia Prescription Monitoring Program
have been in touch, and I can neither confirm nor deny that we have aided them in their patriotic efforts.

"I have your [expletive] In *my* possession, right now, are 8,257,378 patient records and a total of 35,548,087 prescriptions. Also, I made an encrypted backup and deleted the original. Unfortunately for Virginia, their backups seem to have gone missing, too. Uhoh :(For $10 million, I will gladly send along the password."

The site, along with a number of other Web pages related to Virginia Department of Health Professions, remains unreachable at this time. Sandra Whitley Ryals, director of Virginia's Department of Health Professions, declined to discuss details of the hacker's claims, and referred inquires to the FBI.

"There is a criminal investigation under way by federal and state authorities, and we take the information security very serious," she said.

A spokesman for the FBI declined to confirm or deny that the agency may be investigating.

This is the second major extortion attack related to the theft of health care data in the past year. In October 2008, Express Scripts, one of the nation's largest processors of pharmacy prescriptions, disclosed that extortionists were threatening to disclose personal and medical information on millions of Americans if the company failed to meet payment demands. Express Scripts is currently offering a $1 million reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual(s) responsible for trying to extort money from the company.

We have your data. We know where you live. The discrimination, denigration, and displacement of American I.T. professionals will stop.


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Admin posted on May 3, 2009 13:16

A while back I created an account on the Daily Kos and posted a fiew "dairies".

I course, I was banned within days. Although I had watered down my rhetoric, I still wasn't PC enough for the loony left. Plus, the resident Nasscom/USINPAC/TiE shill that is responsible for patrolling that site, a creep with the nym of "iceweasel", showed up in the comments section, posting shit like this:

Telugu is a language, not a 'cult'. It's a nice language with a
rich literary history at that. The language and its script played a significant
role in the spread of Buddhism around the world. Andhra Pradesh is a state
where Telugu is the local official language. AP is a primarily agrarian state, commonly dubbed as the "Rice Bowl of India." Also, mathematicians from the AP region of India had a significant presence in the development of ancient Indian mathematics (vedic mathematics a part of it) which invented the Hindu-Arabic numeral system, a precursor to our present day decimal system...

...Maybe there is a reason why Indians take readily to mathematics and computer science?

Uh, from what understand, the Goltis from AP are blamed by the rest of the Desis for corrupting the entire H-1B program. I think they are known as "Teluga Bloodsuckers", but I digress. Anyway, this Paki-hating Golti creep "iceweasal" is one of several slumdog cyber-stalkers that follow me around the internet. This retard likes to spew lies like :

"...55% work visas are NOT going to Indians."

These Desis are so logically challenged, it's laughable. "iceweweasal" fellow slumdog cyber-stalker "CodeCorrector" used to post some phony pie chart (that he fabricated on Wikipedia) that showed India getting 25% of H-1B visas.

They lie like they breath.

But another Kossack has picked up the pace. Like me, this skilled I.T. pro ("Phil In Denver") had to become a hobo and travel across the country to find work. I am sure that there were good DBA jobs in his hometown, but some chair-warming booger-farming slumdogs had taken ALL THE FUCKIN' DBA JOBS IN DENVER.

...So after a tearful farewell, I left my family and headed out on a solo road trip to Washington, DC in the hopes that I would at last find the employment that would be my family’s salvation...

...Now, those who have kept up with my diaries here may recall that a few weeks ago I wrote about the fact that I had been displaced by an H1B worker, or more accurately, when faced with a downsizing decision, the company I was working for chose to retain an H1b worker of inferior skills and experience to mine and terminated my contract instead. This no doubt due to the fact that as an H1b worker, he is working for well below the prevailing wage whereas I as an American citizen had been working at the prevailing wage...

...Ironically, the contractor I am now working for hires primarily H1b workers. I seem to be the only American on staff. Well, as they say, only Nixon could go to China, so I find myself completely surrounded by H1B workers...

...They are not directly using H1b workers in quantity, rather, they are using contractors and subcontractors who hire almost exclusively H1b workers. I am one of only three American citizens on this rather large project of dozens of developers across several contractors and sub-contractors. Virtually all others are H1b workers from India...

...Additionally, India is by far the largest recipient of remittances in the world meaning that not only are we importing these workers from overseas to work for lower wages, but much of what they do earn does not even stay in this economy. Instead of stimulating our own economy, which is currently in recession, we are stimulating the economy of one of the few countries in the world who's economy is still enjoying a healthy growth rate which while down slightly from it's 2008 peak of 9%, is still at a very healthy 7%.

As I was introduced around the office on my first day, the project managers were visibly relieved to see that unlike most of the 20 and 30 somethings that are most of the IT H1b workers, I clearly had “been around the block” a few times, and both of them had commented to that effect. They were clearly suffering from what I call "H1b fatigue".

One of the issues with IT H1bs is that many, if not most are fresh out of college or still fairly new in their careers. One of the dangers of over reliance on H1bs is a fundamental lack of real world experience, as well as a lack of familiarity with any but the very latest development techniques.

...This can severely jeopordize any project that is highly dependent on legacy systems as many federal government systems are, including the one to which I have been assigned.

So, although I'm certainly both relieved and grateful at having been offered employment even by a company that normally only hires H1b workers, I am also living proof that this program is in fact driving wages down. It's time not only to re-examine this program, but to hold our own government's feet to the fire. I worked my ass off to elect Barack Obama, I've heard him say that our focus should be on "fair" trade not just free trade. I want to believe in him, but it's hard to grant him much credibility with this kind of thing going on right under his nose. Then again, on the other hand, I was hired by someone who normally only hires H1bs, so maybe that's not by accident. At the moment I have no way of knowing, I only know that I am the only domestic employee on

But what is happening here is much more insidious, we are actually importing workers from overseas to perform the same tasks done by American workers but at much lower wages. Does it even matter that the work is being done here? It's
still being done by foreign labor and the fruits of that labor are being remitted back home instead being spent here in our own economy. It's still trade, just masked behind euphemisms like H1b, instead of being called what it really is, using foreign labor to do our work right here on our own soil.

Currently there is no longer a tech shortage in this country. I'm living proof of that. I'm having to uproot my family and move them 2/3rds of the way across the country in order to survive. Right here on Dkos, I've seen numerous similar stories from other IT professionals all over this country as well has heard the personal stories of many more back in Denver.,-DC


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