As people settle in with their families for Christmas, I wonder how to get the necessities for this war on American Jobs


I finally got me a small cabin on my land.

No job and no idea how I will afford the $1,000 per month when nobody will hire me.

Made it through the last two months building websites with lifetime support for a measly $2,500.00 or simple websites with no support for $250.00

But the work has dried up once again, so I’m stressing once again and I’m wondering once again.

How can a society that says they need our best in the tech industry get by with throwing those that have spent their lives learning and getting better and better, under the road?

What do I want to wage this battle against the likes of the technology industry and their Indian Counterparts who refuse to hire Americans in America?

A commode, shower, sink and hot water heater.

A propane heater and a propane tank and some propane.

An Exede Satellite system so I can get internet.

What do I need to wage this battle?

Probably exactly what I will get which is nothing.

Merry Christmas to the Parasites of India which are Infosys, HCL, CapGemni, and any other sorry assed offshore companies that do not Hire only Americans in America or Europeans in Europe or Australians in Australia.

Here is your song.

For those wondering why I play these Christmas songs for these sorry bastards, let me relay a little story to you.

The NBC Bay Area website gave the following account of the story:

Infosys management routinely disparaged Americans, including Mrs. Awasthi, as not having “family values,” and stated that layoffs in America are good because the jobs will be outsourced.

Infosys management ridiculed Mrs. Awasthi for celebrating the American holiday of Thanksgiving, telling her that she should not celebrate Thanksgiving because she is Indian, and that therefore she must work on Thanksgiving Day.

Infosys management ridiculed Mrs. Awasthi’s children for celebrating Thanksgiving, and called them “ABCD” short for “American-Born Confused Desi,” and “IBCD” short for “Indian-Born Confused Desi,” insulting terms used to criticize people of Indian ancestry who are Americanized.

Infosys management ridiculed Mrs. Awasthi for celebrating Christmas, saying that “we” do not celebrate Christmas, and that she should not celebrate Christmas. Infosys management repeatedly discussed the quality of Mrs. Awasthi`s work by explicitly commenting on their expectations for “a woman your age.”


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