Admin posted on July 27, 2009 10:14

This should come as no surprise -- an Indian guest worker was busted on charges of using the internet for soliciting sex with a minor girl. When you have millions of sexually repressed young men living in close quarters, like Nazis in Paris, they will go after the local girls. This ties into the "Catch A Predator" segment, where a bunch of the perverts getting trapped were Indian guest workers:

WASHINGTON: In perhaps the first such case involving an Indian in the US, police in Pennsylvania have arrested an Indian engineer, an IIT
graduate, on charges of using the internet for soliciting sex with a minor girl. According to Pennsylvania attorney general Tom Corbett, Nityanand Gopalika (30), in the US on a work visa, allegedly used a chat room to approach what he believed was a 13-year-old girl from Pittsburgh, who turned out to be an undercover agent from the Child Predator Unit.

Gopalika, who is from Purnia, Bihar, and a resident of State College, Pennsylvania, was arrested on July 1 when he arrived at a predetermined meeting location. He was arrested, arraigned and sent to the Butler County Jail after he failed to cough up $15,000 cash bail. His preliminary hearing is coming up on Friday, July 24.

According to the criminal complaint filed by the Child Predator Unit, Gopalika, an alumnus of IIT Kanpur and DPS Bokaro, had a series of chats over several days, questioning the girl about her sexual experiences and describing the sex acts he wished to engage in with her.

Gopalika has also been charged with sending the girl two web cam videos that showed him nude or masturbating in front of his computer.

Cops seized two laptop computers from his vehicle, along with a digital camera, a cell phone allegedly containing a partially completed text message to the ``child'', condoms and directions to the meeting location.

The techie is charged with one count of attempted unlawful contact with a minor (related to involuntary deviate sexual intercourse), a first-degree felony which is punishable by up to 20 years in prison and a $25,000 fine.

Additionally, Gopalika is charged with two counts of unlawful contact with a minor (related to obscene performances), along with one count of criminal use of a computer, all third-degree felonies — each punishable by up to seven years in prison and $15,000 fines.

Nityanand Gopalika's family in Purnia, when contacted, declined to either confirm or deny the information. His brother Shravan claimed he did not know of any arrest and that he had not spoken to Nityanand for two months. He, however, added: ``Please do something to help him''.

Negotiations have been going on for Gopalika's marriage. [WTF?] Gopal, another brother, told TOI on Thursday that the family was unaware of Gopalika's arrest. When informed about it, he refused to comment and, instead, said he would call back.

- Link

Now, I need your help readers. Please help me find out who was the American collaborator who sponsored this slumdg.


Admin posted on July 23, 2009 11:07

Senator Barbara Feinstein, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee that is handling S.887, is now publicly against the slumdogs. Previously, she was a big slumdog dicksucker:

She has flipped her position, and is one of many politicians who have had their careers threatened by the INSURGENCY. Feinstein is now responding personally to Americans:

I received your letter and understand the concerns you raised regarding recent U.S. job losses and the number of foreign workers in the United States.

I agree that the current immigration system needs reform. I support a tough and smart reform of U.S. immigration laws, including protections to ensure that U.S. workers are not being displaced by foreign workers and measures to reduce unauthorized employment in the United States.

Most recently, during debate of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, I voted for an amendment that prohibits all recipients of Federal funds from hiring H-1B guest workers (temporary foreign workers in specialized occupations), unless a business first proves that American workers are not able to fill the jobs. This provision was included in the final version of the Act, which President Obama signed into law on February 17, 2009 (Public Law 111-5). Additionally, the White House has estimated that this Act may create or save as many as 396,000 jobs in California, and will help our state avoid additional cuts to Medi-Cal and other critical safety net programs.

Please know that I will keep your comments and suggestions in mind as Congress considers further options to stabilize the economy and address comprehensive immigration reform in the United States. I encourage you to contact my Washington, D.C. staff at (202) 224-3841 if you have any additional thoughts. Best regards.

Sincerely yours,
Dianne Feinstein
United States Senator

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Admin posted on July 19, 2009 01:16

We in the INSURGENCY like to have some fun, and we recently started a caption contest. Here's the picture that needs a caption, and some recent entries:

  • Can you find the white guy?
  • Nine Indians and one dick
  • Can you hear the sucking sound?
  • Why's Bill Gates protecting his crotch?
  • Not A Single Solitary Caucasian On Microsoft.
  • Gates ensures NASSCOM raising H-1B cap
  • Sorry, but there were no winners in this year's "Best Haircut" contest.
  • Custer's Last Stand, v. 2.0.

Please send in your entries by the end of the month. First prize is a pair of shower shoes.

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Slumdogs are at it again, this time raping the taxpayers of Indiana:

Indiana’s privately run welfare project has so many problems that the state could start taking steps to cancel its $1.16 billion contract with IBM (NYSE: IBM) as early as this fall, a state official said Tuesday.

Secretary Anne Murphy of the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration said she asked lead vendor IBM Corp. to submit a “corrective action plan” as part of a process that could result in canceling the 10-year deal if promised improvements don’t occur by the end of September. She said she expects to review data from the changes in mid-October.


Also criticized were ACS’ ties to Murphy’s predecessor, Mitch Roob, a former executive at the Texas-based technology vendor. Under the Indiana contract, FSSA outsourced 1,500 of its employees in 2007 to ACS to operate call centers and perform other tasks.

Roob left FSSA in January to take over Indiana’s economic development efforts, and Murphy, his deputy secretary and chief of staff, rose to FSSA’s top job. After reviewing data on the welfare project, she decided to halt its rollout and go to the governor.

“It was apparent that there were a lot of problems,” she said. “I just told him I was surprised at the level of problems with the project and that it was going to take a lot of work to correct it.”

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ACS, which reported $6.16 billion in revenue for its 2008 fiscal year, does a significant amount of IT work for government agencies: about 40% of its business comes from government contracts. But most of the offshore work is being done for corporate clients, according to the ACS spokesman. The company has more flexibility to move corporate work offshore than government contracts often allow, he said.

- Link

Here's a video of the collaborator that was behind this disaster:

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Admin posted on July 9, 2009 10:42

Big Fucking Deal.

GARDNER - A 25-year-old city man who acknowledged having a history of depression, anger and social problems allegedly threatened in an Internet chat room to go on a shooting spree at Mount Wachusett Community College and is being held on $50,000 cash bail, court records show.

Mark F. Sanborn, of 23 Limerick St., was charged with threatening to commit a crime and making a bomb/hijack threat after campus police approached him at a library computer Monday afternoon...

- Link

It's not as if I'm stupid enough to name people and places. I keep my threats to a rhetorical level. Hyperbole is still legal in America. Unlike India.

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Admin posted on July 6, 2009 10:46

It is ironic that my old hosting company shut me down on July 4th. After all, the goal of the INSURGENCY is to gain independence from the corrupt regime of India, Inc. and their collaborators and shills in corporate America, academia, politics, and the media.

This was nothing more than a minor inconvenience and I was fully prepared for it. The blog was down for almost two days. No big deal.

It is amazing how irate people can get when you speak truth to power. All I did was describe a scenario involving how our American military personal may react once they realize that some slumdog sycophant of a politician had passed a law that was discriminatory against Americans. And HR 1487 is exactly that – a bill that grants in-state tuition to slumdogs, but not vets.

So, now I’m back, with a vengeance.

As for you fuckers over at Immigration Voice that caused this temporary outage, keep it up. The more time you waste harassing me, the less time you have to send flowers to politicians, begging for your green cards.

Give it up, slumdogs. The whole H-1B thing was like a little tryout to see if you scumbags could fit into American society. Since it is clear that the bigoted, misogynistic caste mentality is ingrained in your DNA, we have to send you home. Maybe we will make you wither in limbo for 10-20 years, dangling a green card in front of your eyes, but the end result will be the same. You will have to leave.

Unfortunately some of you may not live long enough to see that open sewer of a sub-continent again. You may die here in America, in an accident, or by natural causes, or commit suicide like all the techies in India are doing.

Either way, by death or deportation, you will be gone.

And Americans can go back into I.T. once again and reclaim the industry that we created.

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Admin posted on July 6, 2009 10:44

It must suck being a slumdog now. Every day, there are more Americans revolting against the Occupational Apartheid practiced by India, Inc. Here, I got some more coverage with my comments:

New York Post: NYC Hit By Nerd Job Rob. City $$ for Indian Hires. By Susan Edelman. Full excerpt: It's a geek tragedy. While the city vows to save and create jobs for recession-ravaged New Yorkers, one of its biggest contractors is importing techies from India, instead of hiring local computer nerds.

...IBM won a $1.9 million contract with the Department of Finance to analyze its old main databases so they can be improved, but the company has transported "consultants" from Mumbai and other parts of India to do most of the work.

At least 17 employees hired by an IBM subsidiary in India have worked in New York since October, inspecting the city's computer systems, which hold property and other tax records, insiders said.

KevinFlanagan wrote: Indian visa workers are cheap, and that is all. The normal H-1B makes on average $23/hr. IBM bills the gov't $200/hr, and refuses to hire Americans. IBM can use the H-1B or L-1 visas to legally discriminate against American workers. They have been doing it for years. A Senate bill is working a way through the Judiciary committee that will make it almost impossible to continue this practice. SUPPORT S.887, or more Americans will be displaced. Read more:

And here, the Business Week article that quoted my blog posts is noted:

BusinessWeek: An Academic's Labor Helps Fight H-1B Visas. Norm Matloff, a computer science professor with a Chinese-born wife, says the U.S. skilled-immigrant visa system exploits workers everywhere. By Moira Herbst. Excerpts: Not many computer science professors are activists on immigration policy. But Norm Matloff of the University of California, Davis wears both hats. He has been a vocal critic of the H-1B visa program for skilled immigrants since the mid-1990s, and now maintains a Web page and e-mail listserv discussing offshoring and the H-1B visa program, which he calls a "sham." He says his motivation is to protect and preserve tech job opportunities for the students he teaches. ...

This is all on one site.

How can you slumdogs keep up? English is clearly not your forte, and it shows in all the daily written communications in Hinglish we Americans see everyday at work and on line. Most of you lazy arrogant bastards constantly use terms like "ur" "bcoz" "u" "i" and all sorts of illiterate shorthand that makes you look like the backwards-ass cow-urine drinkers you are. So when something comes out in the media, you have to resort to copying and pasting shit verbatim from some obscure research paper, over and over again. Just look at the comments from the slumdogs on the Business Week article. It is just raw, convoluted gibberish, like a shitload of footnotes that we're supposed to understand.

Look, slumdogs, I know that there is a saying in your community:

If you can't dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit.

I've over-heard Indians give that advice to each other. But you can only do that for so long before people figure it out.


Admin posted on July 3, 2009 10:56

Who woulda' thunk it? More Indians engaged in H-1B scams.

An indictment unsealed Wednesday charges a Topeka couple and a Colorado man with taking part in a conspiracy to fraudulently obtain an H-1B visa, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Wichita.

Charged are Mahesh Kumar Gangineni, 34, of Topeka, his wife, Komali Donavalli, 34, of Topeka, and Sankar Rao Chava, 41, of Littleton, Colo.

But these slumdogs committed an even bigger crime -- being rude while running a dirty gas station:

Gas station-VISA fraud
Submitted by Doowoopdude on Thu, 07/02/2009 - 12:43am.

I was driving by there about 5pm on tuesday, saw TPD there and the store was obviously closed. I am really glad of it also. The place was usually dirty inside and the people behind the counter were rude. A few years ago they were the nearest place to me when I forgot to pay a utility bill on time. After my 3 or 4th visit to that store I had enough of that place and made sure I didnt have to go there again.

Imagine that! A rude Indian! Tell me it ain't so...

Anyway, here are the details:

Topekans charged with visa fraud
Feds: Topeka couple, Colorado man in conspiracy

An indictment unsealed Wednesday charges a Topeka couple and a Colorado man with taking part in a conspiracy to fraudulently obtain an H-1B visa, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Wichita.

Charged are Mahesh Kumar Gangineni, 34, of Topeka, his wife, Komali Donavalli, 34, of Topeka, and Sankar Rao Chava, 41, of Littleton, Colo.

Also named as defendants are two companies controlled by the defendants: Global Information Technology Services in Littleton, Colo., and Vaishnavi Inc. in Topeka.

According to the indictment, Gangineni and Chava created false paperwork to make it appear that Gangineni, who owned a gas station in Topeka, was doing contract work as a computer programmer for Chava’s company, Global Information Technology Services.

Relying on Gangineni’s fictitious employment with GITS, Gangineni and Chava submitted fraudulent paperwork to the government seeking an H-1B visa for Gangineni.

An H-1B visa provides workers who have specialized knowledge to reside in the United States while they are working and potentially to receive legal alien permanent residence status, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

As part of the scheme, Chava mailed what appeared to be payroll checks from Littleton, Colo., to Gangineni in Topeka. From Aug. 16, 2006, to Dec. 17, 2007, Chava sent 22 checks totaling $77,440 drawn on the accounts of his company, GITS, to Gangineni.

During the same period, Gangineni’s wife wrote checks to Chava so that Chava would continue to support the ongoing visa fraud by mailing what appeared to be payroll checks to Gangineni.

In return, Gangineni reimbursed Chava for the payroll checks by sending him checks from his company, Vaishnavi Inc. In a separate count, Gangineni and Donavalli are charged with structuring financial transactions totaling about $2 million at four Topeka banks to evade the Bank Secrecy Act, which requires transactions of $10,000 or more be reported to the federal government. If convicted, the defendants face a maximum penalty of five years in federal prison and a fine up to $250,000 on the conspiracy charge and a maximum penalty of five years and a fine up to $250,000 on the charge of structuring transactions to evade making federal reports.

Gangineni is being held in custody, and Donavalli isn’t in custody, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. No further details about their status were available Wednesday.

Chava, who was arrested in Colorado, is being held in custody in Denver until a hearing Monday to determine if he is entitled to post bond. A magistrate judge on Tuesday appointed the federal public defender’s office to represent Chava “until the defendant retains private counsel,” according to court records.

The Internal Revenue Service and U.S. Department of Labor investigated the case. Special assistant U.S. attorney Jared Maag is prosecuting.

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Admin posted on July 3, 2009 10:48

I guess our sanctimonious sys-admin got the hint and started communicating in a more professional manner after I mentioned privacy laws.

If you don't believe you are doing anything wrong, that's fine. I'm not here to change your mind or your behavior. What I'm telling you is the kind of things you are posting violate our terms of service:


I also never heard back about my request to get information about how my lawyer can send a request for all I.P. traffic logs so that he can begin filing complaints against the blog posters that have sent me death threats. It looks like I'll have to go over his head, perhaps to his CEO.

For all of his threats, my blog is still up on DiscountASP, so I guess the threat of a few slumdogs boycotting the company was pretty worthless. Nonethless, I had to wrap up this business relationship with this final response:


Instead of threatening me and lecturing me in a vulgar manner, you could have told me that I am in violation of the terms.

I don't need creepy emails from some sanctimonious punk who wants to "dialogue" with me and act as a my censor. This isn't Iran or India.

And your implied threats of revealing my identity (you know who I am, or at least who pays for the hosting) makes me want to contemplate taking legal action against your company. I have a family and don't need to have them put in jeopardy by some sys-admin who has been bribed or threatened by my enemies, or wants to act like DiscountASP is the Southern Poverty Law Center.

So here's deal, creep -- I am taking my business elsewhere. I don't like to live in fear that someone like you will get a hair up his ass and try portray me as some domestic terrorist and destroy my reputation and violate my privacy.

This whole exchange has been sordid and unpleasant. This is a free country, Michael, and you don't get to run around and demand that people "explain" things to you. If you don't like what they write, you are more than free to take action to terminate the business deal.


I've already made arrangements to move the domain offshore, and I'll do you a favor and not post this absurd "dialogue" on my blog and mention YOUR NAME. I'm just a blogger, but I know of other people in the insurgency who are a bit more militant. Trust me, you don't want to meet them.

Good riddance, you creep.

- Kevin

I actually think this guy got fired today.

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Admin posted on June 30, 2009 11:05

I'm a bit late to the story about how the recent Washington D.C. train wreck may have something to do with the fact that the WMTA (Washington Metro and Transit Authority) used a contractor that outsourced ALL THE CRITICAL COMPUTER WORK TO INDIA.

I've been a bit busy dealing with the media and publicizing the plight of the American techie in the midst India, Inc.'s campaign to ethnically cleanse non-Indians out of I.T. I even got some press on Business Week after chatting with writer Moira Herbst:

Others seem less enamored. "While I do admire Matloff and find his work to be substantial, his contribution to our cause has been academic and largely ignored by the I.T. industry," says "Kevin," who publishes a blog that routinely refers to Indian tech workers as "slumdogs" ( "THAT IS ONE ARTICULATE [expletive]", wrote Kevin in a post in April referring to Matloff. (Matloff distances himself from "Kevin" and his Web site and says his views are "unrepresentative.")

It is amazing how you create some controversy by quoting a racist slumdog CEO dissing Americans and follow it with the picture of a young Indian laying in an Australian hospital bed after getting his ass kicked.

Trust me, the two are not unrelated.

Now, back to the news...

You readers should know that, with the help of a few slumdogs, people are now dead.

American people.

Here's some notes from the blogosphere:

"Primary contractor for the DC Metro is Optimal Solutions & Technologies(OST)...

...Vivek Kundra has many connections to OST. He was even on their board.

..But that wasn’t the only reason Kundra put Optimal Solutions and Technologies in charge of nearly 100 subcontractors eager for a piece of as much as $75 million a year in technology contracts.

And what about the role of Optimal Solutions and Technologies, a D.C.-based company founded in 1999 by Vijay Narula?

Though allegedly Acar and Bansal violated city rules by regularly meeting and talking, Narula said his company, which has about eight employees assigned full time to the contract, was powerless to detect such behavior.

Remember Sushil Bansal? He was the one that was arrested and jailed, and was the reason the FBI raided Kundra’s office. Acar has been charged with bribery.

OST is heavily involved in our transportation infrastructure. They even have an FAA Software Design and Development Services Contract. Vijay Narula is their CEO. OST’s contracts are some of the most important in the nation because they involve public safety, and yet it’s very difficult to find out where Narula was born–he is very much an enigma. Try finding his biography with Google, and get back to me when you find out something.

U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Awards an Information Technology Contract to Optimal Solutions and Technologies (OST, Inc.)

GRPA is another outsourcer that does business with the WMATA. They have offices in India, and perhaps they send some work there...

GRPA is considered a minority owned business, which gives them a large advantage over other companies that want to win state contracts. The company name explains their minority status: G.R. Patel & Associates, Inc.

OMG! Slumdogs are now a protected minority that gets preference for government contracts??? WTF?

Here's what 2Truthy had to say:

According to the press release, BS also has strategic relationships with multinational project engineering companies such as Forster Wheeler, Bechtel, Fluor Daniel and Montgomery Watson who successfully use Bentley technology to run single virtual teams across countries including India.

Computer failure may have caused Tuesday's fatal DC Metro train crash, according to a preliminary report by the NTSB as they search for clues to explain why the computerized system designed to prevents such disasters failed. Outsourcing/insourcing American jobs to cheap, dubiously “skilled” third world workers is not only hazardous to the financial health of American citizens and the economy but to the U.S. population's health and safety.

Even the programmers are on to the link between shitty slumdog coding and DISASTER:

"Also, the company that WMATA outsourced its work to seems to have programmers located in India - so low-quality, low-wage work might be a cause as well."

And of course, was one of the first to break this story.

I've already written about how offshoring loan approval work to India contributed to the sub-prime meltdown.

Now, after years of rampant offshoring to the Land That Time Forgot, aka, India, we are reaping what we sow. Financial disaster, and tragedy.

What did all these "offshoring to India", "hire any one but an American", "bring me a cheap H-1B" cheerleaders expect when they sent critical pieces of I.T. work to a country that SUPPLIES ONE THIRD OF THE WORLD'S ILLITERATE POPULATION? That is correct -- every third illiterate person in the world is an Indian.

And now people are dead.


- Vineet Nayar, CEO, HCL Technologies

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