Tunnel Rat posted on December 5, 2009 11:47

This is just a glimpse of what life will be like in I.T. if we let the upper-caste Hindu Invaders take over. 

...In a lawsuit filed Monday in Alameda County Superior Court, Awasthi, an India-born American citizen, says her bosses at Infosys's Fremont ,Calif. office mocked her for observing American holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas and refused to pay her overtime according to California law:

View more news videos at: http://www.nbcbayarea.com/video.

...A spokesman for Infosys, Patrick McLaughlin, did not respond to an emailed request for comment on the lawsuit.

I think NBCBAYAREA.COM got the name wrong -- "Peter" McLaughlin, not  Patrick, shows up when you Google "Patrick McLaughlin Infosys"

 

The question we have to ask ourselves is:

What the fuck is Patrick McLaughlin, an American, doing working for Infosys?  The answer:

He is a CASTRATED COLLABORATOR. 

This is the type of guy that curry dens like Infosys use as the public facing image of their criminal enterprises.  They need guzzlers of tandoori-tainted semen to trick American corporations into committing occupational aparthied and take over all the I.T. work in America.

Here is his contact info:

Peter McLaughlin
Infosys Technologies Ltd, US
Phone: +1 213 622 4949, Ext 206
Peter_McLaughlin@infosys.com  


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United States Indian-American
December 5. 2009 15:39
Indian-American

These Indian companies are dirtbags.  They give us honest Indian-Americans a bad rep.

See comments section on this link -

indiahousingbubble.blogspot.com/.../...awsuit.html



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