Microsoft and Facebook continue to seek ways to Displace American Workers and enable other countries to do their work…

Found in today’s Quartz email

Microsoft and Facebook announced plans for a massive subsea cable to Europe. Spanish telecoms company Telefonica will manage the 4,000-mile cable, which will run across the Atlantic Ocean from Virginia in the US to Bilbao, Spain. It will be capable of moving 160 terabits of data per second, and give the tech companies a cheaper, faster way to move data between their US and European hubs.

Sure it will help move the data, but it will also make it more feasible to do the work from other countries as well…

How long will it be before other corporations like Disney say I want a piece of that action?



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Methods that the Vultures of India use to grow rich at the expense of Indians and Americans alike….

Cognizant Method:
hire a lion… ask him to stay for late nights but give him no work to do.
give him gobi 65 to eat again and again.
hire 100 more lions but do not increase the space to sit however give them the same amount gobi 65 to eat
hire 200 more……. and more …….

TCS Method:
hire a lion
give him hell a lot of work and pay him government salary
lion dies of hunger and frustration

IBM’s method:
hire a lion, give him a pink slip in an hour …
he dies of unemployment…

Syntel Method:-
Hire a Cat …
assure him that he will eventually become a Lion once he reaches onsite and
make sure that he never reaches onsite.
Cat dies in hope of becoming a Lion….

i-Flex Method:
hire a lion???.oops cow, tell him he is a lion, send him in African safari
for implementing flex cube in god forbidden territories, tell him if he comes alive he will get band movement (promotion)
holy cow dies in fear of the real lion

COSL Method:
hire a lion .

Polaris Method :
hire ..sorry….purchase a lion..
change his timings…(instead of 9 AM …change it to 8:30 AM )
cut down his allowance (coupons etc)
lion dies from fear of becoming CAT…..

Capgemini Method:
hire a lion, give him a salary of a cat…
the lion dies before joining….

Hire a Lion,
give him a mail Id.
he will die recieving stupid mails all day……..!!!!

HUAWEI Method:
Hire a Cat; give him a salary of a Lion…
Give him work of 3 Lions
Tell him to work late and even on weekends…
No time for food and family, automatically die

Hire a lion….
Take his CAMS assignment 2 times a year followed by Performance appraisals.
Ask him for lots of My Leanings on line …
Send him to Chennai/HYD/BLG;but yes don’t give him/her his/her home town.
Ask him to stay on bench for a long time or Give him/her projects .
No good food, No water..and specially No Beautiful girls Only Attitude of HR girls. And say him “Go Ahead be a Tiger”.
Lion dies in confusion if he is aTiger or lion……


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60,000 workers in China go from rags to riches and now back to rags in the latest move in the musical countries game…

Many Americans went from poor families to middle class families over the past 40 years only to be thrust back into the poor category when their jobs were sent offshore.

Those who say this is ok because we are raising the middle class of poor countries to middle class families have a lot of explaining to do, don’t they?

In a bid to accelerate growth and reduce labor costs, Apple supplier Foxconn cut 60,000 jobs at a single factory, work that is now being completed by robots. As many as 600 companies in the Chinese manufacturing hub of Kunshan may have similar plans to automate their workforce, according to a government survey.

Foxconn spokesperson Xu Yulian told the South China Morning Post, “The Foxconn factory has reduced its employee strength from 110,000 to 50,000, thanks to the introduction of robots. It has tasted success in reduction of labor costs.” He added, “More companies are likely to follow suit.”

These changes are spurred in part by a desire to reduce labor costs, but have also been made in response to an explosion at a Kunshan factory in 2014 that killed 146 people. The explosion was attributed to unsafe working conditions in the Taiwanese-owned metal polishing factory, which were recognized and documented. After the explosion, the local government pledged to reduce the population and to maintain 0% growth in land development in Kunshan, where 46% of land is covered by buildings and factories. The government alsopledged 2 billion yuan per year in subsidies to support companies that install industrial robots on their production lines.

In order to change over from human workers to robots, where possible, Foxconn and other Taiwanese companies in Kunshan spent 4 billion yuan ($610 million US) on artificial intelligence in 2015. The job cuts represent a significant portion of the population of Kunshan, which has 2.4 million people, two-thirds of whom are migrant workers in the local factories according to a 2014 survey.

While the prevalence of manufacturing jobs has helped to sustain the Chinese economy’s double-digit growth and allowed many Chinese people to overcome poverty levels, recent trends have shown some of these jobs being transferred to India and other competing countries with low labor costs. A drive to replace humans with industrial robots represents an effort to retain those jobs in the face of rising Chinese labor costs. While Kunshan was still rated the top ‘county-level’ city in China for GDP, it experienced its first drop in GDP from 2013-2014. This, combined with the 2014 explosion, may have contributed to the support for investment in industrial robotics.

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Disney CEO Bob Iger, we have only begun to use the fine tooth comb to find the cracks in your job creation statement.

“To Bernie Sanders: We created 11,000 new jobs at Disneyland in the past decade, and our company has created 18,000 in the US in the last five years. How many jobs have you created? What have you contributed to the US economy?”

Tell me Bog Iger, how many of those 18,000 jobs are via contracting companies like HCL, etc.?

Any of you folks working for Disney that want to shed light on the subject anonymously, you can contact me at

I will be more than happy to post your statements and your thoughts…


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Free Trade Agreements are destroying our future from within and it is way past time to end them yesterday…



American Manufacturing Video Introduction

Some Americans might look at the price tag on products made overseas and purchase them because they appear to be cheaper, but the truth is that in every aspect from our health to our national economy to the environment, those products are more costly in the long run.

Manufacturing in the United States doesn’t just provide jobs at the manufacturing level itself but in other industries as well such as warehousing and truck driving. Buying foreign-made products hurts those workers and creates a trade deficit. Furthermore, many foreign products are made in dangerous conditions by underpaid workers who are poorly treated.

Health and safety is not just an issue at the overseas manufacturing plants. The products imported from overseas factories may not be as safe for consumers as American-made products. Safety standards in other countries may be much lower than what is allowed in the United States. Having products shipped from overseas contributes to environmental degradation as well.

American-made products might cost a little more at the cash register than foreign-made products, but in the long run, they are better for our health, our economy and for workers overseas.

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Is anybody making a living wage at Disney?

‘Is anybody making  a living wage at Disney?’ Sanders said, surveying his crowd, to which he received a chorus of noes. 

The Vermont senator, who is fighting for his political life in California before the state’s June 7 primary, noted that employees of the popular amusement park ‘are forced to live in motels, because they can’t afford a place to live.’  

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I have 3 years of experience now and my employer wants to put 6 years experience

Swetha Chowdary   4 hours ago
Dear sir,
                  Firstly i need to thank you for putting forth the truth.  Initially i disliked your videos when i was a student.  Now  after looking for a job i realize that you are completely RIGHT .  I have 3 years of experience now and my employer wants to put 6 years experience . He says i would not get a call with 3 years experience.
THEY FAKE THE RESUMES.  I HAVE RECORDED THE CALLS  so that i have a proof. These guys are like insects.  I  DONOT want to fake my resume. At the same time i do not want to go back to india.  I have spent 50,000 on my education. My degree does not have a job , so switched to IT.
This is very bad . I tell my juniors who comes to usa to think again.  I do not understand what the USA Government is doing .
Hard working and Genuine candidates should get a chance to be in USA. not idiots and law breakers.  I am writing this because people say not all indians do this but i came know for a fact that MANY OF THEM DO IT.
I graduated from college recently . How can they put 6 years experience. It itself is a crime. I am providing false information.
H1B should be based on MERIT.  Conduct an exam to see if i can pass or fail. Not on my luck.
I cannot kill my character and at the same time i need a job atleast to get the money i spent these years. This is unfair. Life is not fair .
Many gives bad comments on you because most of them do things wrong. Now i understand.
Sir you have my support and I salute you for daring facts.
An Indian honest girl posted this on this Telugu Video:
LiA-Telugu-Episode 47 Indian Incs and fake Resumes
The same thing can be found in English version.
H1B-Episode 88 Indian Incs and fake Resumes
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Boeing can be more profitable by laying off senior people and replacing them with junior people and paying them substantially less…

One employee said he was among about 200 people who received layoff notices in his network infrastructure group, one of several units within IT.

McFarland said the layoffs are part of a companywide “effort to increase our competiveness.”

“We are making strategic changes to some of the work we do across IT, resulting in the need for fewer IT employees, which reduces overall IT costs,” McFarland wrote in an email response to questions.

She said other cost-saving measures within Boeing IT include travel reductions, increased virtual meetings and “constant evaluation of the services we provide.”

The local IT division was drastically cut after Boeing in 2013 began shifting out of state some 1,500 jobs, about one third of the total, and hiring mostly younger people at new IT centers established in Charleston, S.C. and St. Louis, Mo.

Folks, the society that our ancestors built will only work when we find a way to balance the demands of capital and the rights of labor.

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This means that we need a government that realizes that it is up to them to develop and maintain this balance.

Even then, this will not work unless the media realizes that it is up to them to ensure that this balance is maintained.

Without that, we have capitalism (a) sending jobs to other countries and (b) importing non immigrant guest workers to take the remaining jobs.

All in an effort to maximize profits with little thought to the rights of the people who they have destroyed via these two moves.

But what is even worse is America is the land of opportunity.

life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement” regardless of social class or circumstances of birth.

So tell me, if we send these jobs to other countries and import non immigrant guest workers to take the remaining jobs, how are we as a society providing the opportunity that we believe in.

And if we destroy this opportunity, where will we find it when communism and islam do not believe in opportunity?

If you consider yourself a leader, why are you not asking these questions?


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