Tunnel Rat posted on November 17, 2009 08:22

I was going over my blog referrers and I found this nugget from about a year ago:

Life in America - Indian Software Engineer Visits USA

This guy seems like a nice Indian.  For one, he can write English above a 3rd grade level.  One of the reasons we Americans hate slumdogs is that their communication skills absolutely suck, and they don't seem to be trying to improve them.  They refuse to use punctuation, and even verbally they speak too fast for their meager capabilities.

Secondly, this guy came for two years, worked, and got the fuck out of America.  I think that was the goal of the H-1B program -- to fill short term labor shortages in skilled sectors.  As opposed to showing up in the USA after a 3-week crash course in programming, doing 6-months of "knowledge transfer" from an American, getting a collaborator American I.T. manager to purge all the locals, and then spending their work days flooding the boards of Dice.com, Immigration Voice, and trackitt, bitching about how you can't get a green card, boasting in Hinglish about how great Indians are and how dumb Americans are, and sending death threats to American citizens. 

This guy makes some good points, stuff that I have been talking about for quite awhile:

3.Desi's hate Desi's: Do you believe this !!
Contrary to my initial belief, I was surprised to find this out that unknown Indians do not like each other too much, I had actually thought that Indian people would like each other more in a foreign country. Let me clarify, people who you know well are not jealous of you, you still share a good relationship with them, but if you go in shopping malls, library or grocery stores, there will be Caucasians (white or gora people) who will say "Hi!" to you, but when you cross an unknown desi, they will 99% times ignore you. They will not mind to say "Hi!" to other white guys but just not Indians (Why ??). Indian software Engineers hate working under Indian Managers because most Indian managers try to assign more work to their Indian counterparts then others. When interviewing a candidate for a job, Indians will ask the most difficult questions to fellow desi's than they would ask to people from other communities. the only time I had a more friendlier experience was when I went to an Indian community mela / function.

Actually, I think Indians first instinct is to hate anyone that is not in their immediate family, and then anyone that is not in their caste, and then anyone who is not in the same tribe.  Pretty good at hating, those Indians.

6. Racism.. Not Much:
Racism in America is quite low especially when compared to UK, there are people who you may find a bit racist but their percentage is quite low. They certainly do not like the idea of people on H1 and L1 visa's as most consider that those visa's are taking their jobs away. Similarly, American's are also not too happy when they are transferred to Call Centers in India because many representatives have a strong Indian accent.

Hating slumdogs is not racist -- it is an American obligation and demonstrates patriotism, good business sense, and is an appropriate career move, in light of the current invasion we are facing.

8. Exaggerated Resume:
Many software engineers who were especially working for Desi consulting companies and were new to US, are often told to exaggerate things in their resume. Some go even to an extent of showing false US work experience, but this practice seems to be slowing down a lot.


10. American workers value life outside work:
It was not uncommon for an American colleagues to take a day off because they had to take their dog for a medical checkup or is their child had a soccer match. If an American person is told to work on a weekend, he does not appreciate it very much. Most people are quite sincere during their 8 hours of work.

It is tragic that we have to make this clear to our collaborator I.T. execs and the Indian invaders.  But this is a good point to make in the online forums -- working with Indians sucks because they have nothing else to do.  They live out of a suitcase in a motel, for Christ's sake.  What else are they going to do except work?  And then when you head home after a 10 hour day, they are still there, working, and the collaborator cunt project manager that hired the slumdogs gives you the stink-eye.  WTF?

12. Lonely Desi Bachelors:
It is not easy to make a white American girl friend and there is a great scarcity of desi bachelor girls. You can have a better flirt/love life in India than in United States. I did go to some disc clubs many times but was no match in front of tall and muscular American males. Although some lucky desi's are successful in making Indian or American girl friends. Some Indian guys go to strip clubs to see topless women dancing on poles and very few go after illegal prostitutes.

Yup, they are pretty much like Nazis in Paris.  Bored, lonely, horny, reading Mein Kampf, and trying to seduce American teenage girls online.  Thanks for flooding the country with predators, Mr./Ms. H-1B pimp.

Tunnel Rat posted on November 15, 2009 11:29

On trackitt.com, that is.  All because of another piece of legislation designed to stop the slumdog invasion:

Those frikking morons (A-hole politicians) forgot about B1 visas. Most companies out there lay off their employees (Ctzn, GC, EAD, TN1, H1.etc) but would bring contractors from the Indian Big-5 for onsite work and that too on B1 visa! wtf?

If u guys notice anyone on B1 visa at work doing the work intended for a specialty worker, call your local ICE office. Dont hesitate even if ur on a H1B or an EAD. You could be axed anytime and replaced by probably your high school buddy or your childhood friend who could arrive from Indie land on B1.

to Olympian:

Atleast Indie land only produce IT guys who do not harm other people on the name of God. Think about their freaking moron paki neighbours who only produce extremist and buddy they are not even high school pass out :) I am shocked and surprised that why U.S still give even those 10-15 visas per year to people from pak when world know the fact.


I wanted to share the news as I consider us as one big immigration family. I am shocked how sick minded you guys are and just turned this tread into a indo-pak war. I am not going to say any thing against India or Indians as I do not think that just because of the Morons like you the entire Indian community should be blamed. Atleast first decide if you are against Pakistan.....

Shame on you!

I wish you to get well soon.


IndianGC I did the right thing by replying to that Paki imposter who posted crap about Indians. I am generally not judgemental or racist but won't tolerate such infringing comments. If these people can focus more on education rather than thinking crazy things they can also come here on B1 and stop posting shit about others.


to Greeni2008:

Pakistan is the cradle of terrorism and its politicians and mullahs have historically supported and funded terrorist groups, and thanks to its surrogate bitch mother aka nuclear proliferator China, and shameless USA , Paki land is now a nuclear "terrorist" state, and a complete failure when it comes to democracy.



Pakistan is the main sponsor of terrorists aka islamic fundamentalists. China and USA are the main sponsors of Pakistan. Shame on China & USA.


to BeerBoy:

"At least Indie land only produce IT guys who do not harm other people on the name of God."

They only harm other people in the name of Money.

And WTF is a B1 visa?

I like seeing the whole slumdog movement fall apart.  Immigration Voice raised all of $50 last month, and all their threads deteriorate into some Teluga vs. Gujurati race riot.  And the legitimate guest workers hate the Indian ones that have flooded the whole USCIS system, to the point that the entire program needs to be scrapped. 

Tunnel Rat posted on October 31, 2009 20:18

Another query from a devoted reader:

My girlfriend and I have just moved to North America from France (I am Indian
and she is Belgian). We intend to work for about 3 years here. I will be in the US
and she will be in Canada and she can visit me on visa waiver. I have been
a regular visitor on this board and I have learned a lot from here. I am asking
my first question on this forum.

Since I have some domination fetishes and my girlfriend is not very much into
them, she has been letting me visit professional dominatrixes to fulfil my desire.
Please note that a dominatrix is not a prostitute, I have never visited a
prostitute nor intend to; I would NEVER pay for sex. I have heard that
America is a very conservative country. So I want to ask if visiting a dominatrix
(no sexual intercourse involved) is legal in America.



Just send me an email, slumdog.  I'll be glad to humiliate you.

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The law firm for that illegal operation called ImmigrationVoice.org, Patton Boggs LLP, is drumming up business by telling corporations to get used to waves of EEOC lawsuits.  This is not surprising considering that 2-4 million Americans have been displaced by the people who gather at places like ImmigrationVoice.org to plot visa fraud, hacking sites like mine, and occupational apartheid. 

The U.S. government, terrified that the rhetorical race war will turn violent, as it has in Australia, is now taking action.  If I was an H-1B slumdog, I would urge the government to take action on the corporations and pimps that put millions of Americans out of work, just so that I wouldn't have to live in fear of a displaced techie putting a cap in my curry-scented ass.

CLIENT ALERT: Employment Class Actions By the Government Are Coming Back
October 2009

The Obama Administration is gearing up to investigate and file discrimination and employment compensation class actions far beyond what we’ve seen in the last eight years. Consider the following:

  • The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, tasked with enforcing the nation’s civil rights employment laws in the private sector, has included in its proposed 2010 budget an additional $13 million for the hiring of 224 employees to address, among other things, the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. www.eeoc.gov/abouteeoc/plan/2010budget/index.html. That Act will make it easier for employees to sue for gender discrimination in pay.
  • Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr. recently announced plans to add as many as 50 lawyers to the 350 lawyers of the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice via a 2010 proposed budget increase of $22 million to bring a new round of high-impact, high-profile discrimination cases against state and local government employers that were largely absent from its docket under the previous administration. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/09/25/AR2009092502151.html and http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/01/us/politics/01rights.html
  • The Wage and Hour Division of the Department of Labor, charged with enforcing the Fair Labor Standards Act against private employers, stands to gain an additional 288 employees (through a proposed budget increase of $30 million) who will be responsible for enforcing wage and hour standards. http://www.dol.gov/dol/budget/2010/programchanges.htm

The prospect of these additional resources, coupled with a greater ideological commitment to bringing such suits, creates a scenario where these federal actors soon will be suing more companies and state and local governments in bigger lawsuits. The time to prepare for such a lawsuit is before you get sued. Proper preparation includes at least three components.

  • First, the time is ripe for increased attention to your compliance programs.
    • Are your managers, supervisors and human resource professionals properly trained to investigate employee complaints of harassment and discrimination?
    • Have your employee handbooks and personnel policies recently been reviewed?
    • Are your classifications of employees as exempt or non-exempt from the overtime pay requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act correct?
  • Second, prudent companies will determine before they are sued whether their litigation counsel is equipped to handle mass employment claims in a cost effective fashion.
    • How much experience does your outside counsel have with large-scale litigation involving federal and state legal issues?
    • Does your outside counsel use innovative staffing techniques to manage and conduct high-volume discovery activities in a cost effective manner?
    • Does your law firm have the technology and the trained staff to be able to operate electronically as a partner with your company to facilitate the sharing of millions of documents while preserving their security?

With the proliferation of email and other electronic forms of communication and information sharing, the use of technology to enhance efficiencies is pivotal to the successful defense of a large litigation. Having a relationship with a litigation firm with this experience and these capabilities before you are sued will enable you to respond more promptly and vigorously upon receipt of the complaint.

  • The third component may be the least obvious but is as important as the first two. The upcoming round of class action employment litigation is a product of politics and the change in public policy resulting from the last election. Any prudent litigation defense strategy must take that into account. An aggressive defense strategy includes many elements beyond the motions and arguments asserted in court.
    • Do the government’s litigation arguments conflict with other policies being promoted by other government agencies or by Congress?
    • What constituencies outside of your company have interests that may be affected (negatively or otherwise) by the lawsuit?
    • What role will press coverage play?

Decisions to approve the filing of these lawsuits ultimately must be approved by political appointees whose judgments are influenced by, or are subject to, these and similar factors. Your law firm should have the public policy expertise to understand and anticipate the thinking and motivations of those decision-makers, and thereby integrate these factors into your litigation defense strategy.

Patton Boggs offers a unique combination of the employment, class action and public policy expertise your company will need when it is on the receiving end of one of these class actions. We would be happy to talk with you – now, before you’ve been sued – to discuss the possibility of working with you.


Tunnel Rat posted on July 29, 2009 20:46

The slumdogs over at trackitt.com have an entire forum dedicated to me. Some of them even come over here and comment on my blog. Others are getting their nasty tandoori-scented panties in a wad. This homophobic cunt who goes by the nym of "GirlforGC" thinks she has found my picture on the internet:

Yea, right, you stupid slumdog bitch, this is a picture of me on the internet:

This curry-scented cunt is dumber than the slumdog who thought I was in Panama. It is a good thing that she will soon be deported for having an out-of-status H-1B.

The dipshits over at IV tried this months ago. They all scurry around the internet, sharing clues, trying to violate my privacy. They probably don't know that every H-1B application is public record, and it is not hard to have my 90210 lawyer send a nasty note to trackitt.com, demanding to know the I.P. address of "GirlForGC" in Vermont.


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Tunnel Rat posted on July 29, 2009 20:43

It took me a while, but I finally tracked down the slumdog bitch that has been posting about me over at trackitt.com:

I guess her nym "GirlForGC" means "Girl For Giant Cock".

That explains why she is in Vermont. After all, Indian men are known to have "size" issues.

NEW DELHI - Condoms designed to meet international size specifications are too big for many Indian men as their penises fall short of what manufacturers had anticipated, an Indian study has found.

The Indian Council of Medical Research, a leading state-run center, said its initial findings from a two-year study showed 60 percent of men in the financial capital Mumbai had penises about 1 inch shorter than those condoms catered for.

For a further 30 percent, the difference was at least 2 inches. A poor fit meant the prophylactics often didn't do the job they were bought for, and led to some tearing or slipping off during use.

Or maybe it is the AIDS thing:

Puri said many men in India, which has the world's highest HIV positive caseload, were too shy to ask for condoms.

Condoms a big problem for men in India

GC Girl, your bravery will be rewarded. We are all with you.

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Tunnel Rat posted on July 28, 2009 11:33

From trackitt.com

Actually if anyone actually read his posts from Jan 09 - Jul 09 and not the last few posts you can tell that his is frustrated with H1-B Indians. He had a very bad experience at one of his client and I think that is not and atypical situation. He only hates the bad ones and it is sad to say he might be right about some of them. I am open enough to feel confident enough to not be bothered by his comments. As someone who is in the top 20 percentile in my field I don't feel those comments are directed at me. If I ever meet him in person I'll tell him nicely bring it on - let's compare resumes. Come to think of it most of what he said is true. I will probably be the first Indian to admit it. From what I have seen, it is quite true if you are an Indian you only need to be average (or even below average) skillwise to be hired by an Indian manager. Every non Indian I came across who was hired by Indian manager is usually very well qualified. If you are non Indian why average skills and you are inherited (i.e. change of mgmt) by an Indian manager chances are you will either by kicked out or you will never by promoted. Unless we Indians chance this practice of hiring "friends" instead of being completely objective. Only such abuses of the immigration system (H1-B) can exist in American - of course I did not forget the other 10 million+ illegals as well. Let's give this guy a break -- read his post in the entirely you'd be amazed at how much he know about us. He's definitevely raised in America. Sometimes I even wonder if he is an Indian born in America. PEACE ...

Yup, I know ALL about you people from The Land That Time Forgot. I know how you treat your women, how you treat Dalits, how there are 1 MILLION CHILD PROSTITUTES in India, and how you have tried to purge Americans out of the United States I.T. industry.


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