It has become impossible for ordinary citizens and even new green card holders in the US, to compete with H1B and L1 Indians in the job market, arriving daily by the plane load.

Pretty well sums up what is happening, doesn’t it?

The oligarchs of Silicon Valley and Wall Street (aka tech industry) created, and for years flew high on (pun intended), a bogeyman called “skilled worker shortage”; there is none. Instead there’s a vast industrial-scale complex of outsourced jobs, bogus credentialing, visa frauds, IRS tax scams and various other forms of cheating perpetrated by India Inc., that has been gaining ground in the US, and has steadily expanded ever since, much to the detriment of US workers. It did not become a $180 billion industry overnight!!! Against the backdrop of this maddening mayhem, “American greed” sounds like child’s play. TCS, Infosys, HCL, L&T, Mindtree, Wipro, Cognizant, Mahindra, Genpact and the other hundreds of C-grade companies from India have devoured US jobs, even to the extent of having completely taken over certain industries. Financial services, call centers, help desks, legal and paralegal support are now entirely owned by India Inc. It has become impossible for ordinary citizens and even new green card holders in the US, to compete with H1B and L1 Indians in the job market, arriving daily by the plane load. So complete and lethal is their stranglehold they won’t even let certain jobs be advertised, let alone invite token candidates and conduct fake interviews to convince regulatory authorities.
This takeover of American companies, offices, neighborhoods, towns, schools, colleges, universities and virtually every government institution whether state, county or federal, has come at an impossibly high price. India Inc. has easily displaced over 10 million US citizens since the outsourcing industry sprouted thanks to the wonderful efforts of Welch – Jack Welch that is, former CEO of GE. Since then it has been an unstoppable tsunami of corporate cannibalism blatantly waged over unsuspecting Americans by the grossly calculating and fiendishly manipulative citizens of India. So you think, that’s OK, who cares? Wait till YOUR kids find it impossible to secure jobs, then watch the reaction. Contrary to what the media purports, there’s really no existential threat to the US from Mexicans or Muslims – the real threat is economic, from India Inc. Left unchecked, they’ll destroy the very foundations of capitalism before 2025.
If anyone really doubts the direct/indirect costs of IT outsourcing, here are the numbers and they DON’T lie. Even if only a million jobs were displaced, that is way TOO MANY. India’s IT outsourcing industry is over $180 BILLION in revenue. 70% of 85000 visas per year are hogged by H1Bs, H4, F1, EAD, OPT and L1 from India. Over a period of 20 years, that adds up to approx. 1.2 million Indian immigrants transplanted into the US since Y2K (the actual number is closer to 2 million, per many reliable estimates). This also means, over a million US citizens lost $180,000 each to Indians that displaced them. Those are just direct financial losses, indirect, community, health and retirement/pension losses are another ballgame entirely. Sounds too simplistic? But numbers don’t lie, do they? Entire communities have been uprooted and trans-morphed by the Indian invasion. When is this going to end???? Why are Americans being held captive in their own homeland by these foreign aliens?? If this isn’t high treason, then what is???

It’s well known that Indians and their IT firms actively discriminate against Americans in very subtle and beneath the surface ways. Neither the EEOC nor DOL can do a thing to stop it. Its high time Americans woke up to how their country has been systematically carved up and sold to the highest foreign bidders. India is the biggest threat to US in the 21st century, an ECONOMIC threat, and they’re well aware, that once you break the knees, there’s no chance of standing up again. They’re playing a deadly game in trying to permanently paralyze global economic dominance of the US.
This is not about the present generations’ jobs – those that are in the mid-career space, 40s, 50s, about to retire will probably come out OK – but it is American children in schools and colleges today that will bear the brunt of this onslaught AND for a good part of their working lives, be fighting a long and losing battle against the CHILDREN of these Indians that are growing up here. In years to come, this will be very PAINFUL to watch. Since 2008-09, we’ve been hearing stories on how recent grads could not get even an entry level job after months and sometimes years of trying, were forced to work in fast food or move-in with parents, de-skill, re-skill, join the military, or just plain collect welfare. It will become MUCH WORSE once the 2nd generation “rich spoiled brat Indian kid” comes into the job market. It will be pure havoc, and this is already happening in parts of the US like Silicon Valley and the NY-NJ-CT tri state area. Non-Indians simply CANNOT compete with these hungry hordes of desperate “desis”. They are driven like absolute egomaniacs to simply have the best (in their narrow world-views) – they HAVE to go to Harvard or Stanford, they HAVE to join Finance or Investment Banking, or become doctors, and they HAVE to be a millionaire by 30 (otherwise who will marry them????).

Windbag Alert: I will end forever the use of the H-1B as a cheap labor program, and institute an absolute requirement to hire American workers first for every visa and immigration program.

Seldom do I agree with IEEE-usa, and I don’t think they are doing this to help American Workers as I believe they are doing this to push for more Green Cards which will force even more Americans out of the job market.

But I do agree that Trump has NOT done what he said he would.

WASHINGTON, March 10, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Now that he has become president, Donald Trump is singing a different tune on H-1B visas.

“At least 50,000 Americans will lose their jobs this year because the president has yet to fulfill the promise he made to millions who voted for him,” IEEE-USA President Karen Pedersen said.

Trump, by executive action, could have made changes to the H-1B program prior to the annual lottery application process for 85,000 H-1B visas, which begins 1 April. However, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Wednesday said the president will continue reviewing all immigration issues.

“… obviously, whether it’s H-1B visas or the other one — spousal visas — other areas of student visas, I think there is a natural desire to have a full look at — a comprehensive look at that,” Spicer said. “He discussed the RAISE Act yesterday with Senators Perdue and Cotton. We’ll have more on that coming forward.”

While campaigning, Trump repeatedly criticized the H-1B program.

“I remain totally committed to eliminating rampant, widespread H-1B abuse and ending outrageous practices such as those that occurred at Disney in Florida when Americans were forced to train their foreign replacements,” Trump said in March 2016. “I will end forever the use of the H-1B as a cheap labor program, and institute an absolute requirement to hire American workers first for every visa and immigration program. No exceptions.”

IEEE-USA, in letters to Trump in December and January, proposed that he put H-1B-dependent firms at the back of the line in the application process. By not doing so, the 2017 H-1B allocation will be the same as in previous years. More than half will go to outsourcing companies whose business model is replacing American workers.

“By Trump not yet keeping his promise, American tech workers will continue to lose their jobs and their ability to take care of their families,” Pedersen said. “This is in direct contrast to what he told us all last year.”

As a consequence of Trump’s decision not to act, outsourcing companies will be free to participate in the upcoming lottery on equal terms with other businesses. For the past several years, these companies have collectively received around 50,000 of the 85,000 visas. Rather than using H-1B workers themselves, outsourcing companies rent their workers to third-parties at below-market rates. American workers, after training many of these new employees, will lose their jobs.

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