U.S. Job Killer Nasscom Thinks Americans are Really, Really Stupid People

Indian software services trade organization Nasscom must have a very poor opinion of Americans.

Not content with robbing hundreds of thousands of Americans of their well-paying software and call-center jobs, Indian businesses are now stooping to insult the intelligence of Americans.

American Job Killers

As anyone with that body appendage called the head knows, Indian IT outsourcing companies have wreaked havoc among the American programming community.

Indian software firms like Infosys, Wipro, TCS, Sonata etc have siphoned off hundreds of thousands of well-paying American jobs to lower-cost development centers in Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, Delhi and Noida over the last two decades.

Many American students now don’t even pursue programs in computer science because of legitimate concerns about landing a good job after spending a fortune to get their degrees.

As if that were not bad enough, Indians next went after the call center jobs in America.

Just try calling your credit card company on some issue and your call will end in Mumbai, Noida or Bangalore where a Meenakshi Trilokasundari Ammalu feigning an American accent and pretending to be ‘Mandy’ will ‘assist’ you.

Should you have a problem with your router, not to worry because Madanagopal Shanmughasundaram Vadivel aka ‘Mike’ is here to ‘help’ you.

They call this job killing process ‘globalization’ and we’re assured by the Indians and their American cronies that it’s inevitable in a ‘flat world.’

Americans are Bozos

Having destroyed the lives of countless Americans, Indian businesses through their front organizations like Nasscom are now making a mockery of what they’ve done to the hapless Americans.

The collective result of outsourcing, collapse of the housing bubble and the financial shenanigans of Wall Street firms has been the severe recession in America with continuing high unemployment.

Worried about potential protectionist impulses and eager to push Americans deeper into the pit by stealing more well-paying jobs, Indian businesses are aggressively working through outfits like Nasscom to put out ridiculous studies.

The latest such ‘study’ claims Indian tech firms are boosting the U.S. economy and job growth here.

Ha ha ha ha. We haven’t laughed that hard in months.

If you believe that cockamamie nonsense, then my name is Brad Pitt and my girl friend is Angelina Jolie. πŸ˜‰

Now, unless you think Americans are really, really stupid people you wouldn’t make claims that Indian IT firms are boosting the U.S. economy, would you?

Not when you’ve already stolen hundreds of thousands of American jobs.

A new Nasscom study, Contribution of Indian Tech Companies to the U.S. Economy, claims Indian tech firms have doubled the number of people they directly and indirectly employ in the U.S. to 280,000 in the last five years.

But when you dig deeper into the press release and go to the very end, you see Nasscom acknowledging that Indian IT firms directly employ only 107,000 people and the rest is indirect employment.

Wonder who Nasscom’s counting in the indirect employment category? Waiters and chefs in Indian restaurants that have mushroomed to peddle Garlic Naans, Dum Biryani, Chicken 65, Samosa Chaat and Masala Dosa to the H1B and L work visa holding desis arriving here on ‘short-term’ projects that never seem to end.

Of course, we think the Nasscom study is suspect and has no credibility.

After all, it’s put out by the organization that benefits most from outsourcing American jobs to India.

The goal of Indian businesses via outfits like Nasscom is to pull the wool over the eyes of Americans and create a false impression that they’re job creators when they’re big time job destroyers.

Plus, we’re curious as to how many of these 107,000 employees are of Indian origin.

We’ll wager that a significant chunk of “American” workers in Indian IT firms making over $50,000 a year in the U.S. are actually of Indian origin and got their American Green Cards through the Indian company, which told the immigration authorities that they couldn’t find an American with similar skills.

It’s one of those ugly Bollywood farces. πŸ™

Indian IT Firms – Shady Activities

Indian tech firms may shout themselves hoarse that they’re making a yeoman contribution to the U.S. economy.

Au contraire, public exposes have shown Indian IT firms in America are more likely to engage in unethical behavior like shortchanging workers on wages and engaging in visa fraud.

Just google Infosys’ overtime wage issues in California of a few years back.

If Americans really, really had brains, they’d call their local Congressmen and Senators and ask for tightening the issue of Work Visas, investigate Visa Fraud by Indian IT companies vigorously, raise Visa Fees on Work Visas like H1B/L by 500%, drastically reduce the number of Work Visas granted to Indian firms and impose a tax on U.S. businesses outsourcing jobs to India, Philippines or other low wage countries at the expense of Americans.

But none of it will happen because the stupid f*ck Americans are busy watching American Idol, Hunger Games, playing silly games on the new iPad, sexting and tweeting each other and generally not paying attention to the life-and-death issues even as they’re being robbed of their livelihood by Indian firms in connivance with large U.S. corporations like GE, Morgan Stanley, IBM, Goldman Sachs etc.

15 Responses to "U.S. Job Killer Nasscom Thinks Americans are Really, Really Stupid People"

  1. Naveen   March 22, 2012 at 3:20 pm

    One country’s job creator is ultimately another country’s job killer.

    I agree claims of job creation in US by Indian companies are highly dubious.

    The references to Meenakshi Trilokasundari Ammalu aka β€˜Mandy’ and Madanagopal Shanmughasundaram Vadivel aka β€˜Mike’ is very funny!! πŸ˜€

    But, Americans should be blaming their own policy makers and businesses for this situation.

    Other countries, especially China and India, have no doubt reaped the rich benefits of the American generosity / stupidity called “Globalization” but taking advantage of a business opportunity by hook or crook is exactly what businesses all over the world do. America / American companies are no exceptions and in some cases much worse when it comes to exploiting.

    1. From what I know, scrutiny of work visas for India has increased significantly over the past 2 years. More people are rejected than approved for L1 and H1 category. Visa fees has also been increased. But this should have been done a decade or more ago. It is juvenile to claim that there was no knowledge of what the body shopping firms were doing through 90’s and 2000’s.

    2. The American policies over the past 2 decades have been abetting outsourcing big time. Companies make huge money when they offshore or outsource or move entire operations to a low cost location. What stops them? Morals? Ethics? No way! There should be laws protecting local businesses and people.

    3. Americans blaming India for stealing jobs is same as Indians screaming against USA for giving aid to Pakistan which arguably is used for building Nuclear weapons and terrorism against India. Now, the US is also pushing India to not buy Oil from Iran. If India blinks and that causes a fuel shortage in India then will it make sense for Indians to blame the US? or should they be really pissed at their Government which lacked the balls to take a stand? Ultimately each country is responsible to protect the interests of its people.

    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    1. You write: One country’s job creator is ultimately another country’s job killer.

    Only when labor cost differences are high or under colonialism (British presence in India).

    Also, more a function of growth in trade, a phenomenon on steroids since the post-1970s.

    2. Agreed, American corporations have abdicated their responsibility to their countrymen and thrown them under the bus on the altar of higher profitability. We did make this point in the above post, albeit briefly.

    And the American people bear responsibility as well for not responding to the destruction of their livelihoods during elections.

    They’re more concerned about Abortion, Gay Marriage, Intelligent Design, silly wedge issues that we think are stirred up by corporate funded organizations to distract American voters from the Real Bread & Butter issues.

    3. If America goes down, it’s bound to affect all of us. Including the two million desis who now call this country home.

    4. America’s arms supply to Pakistan should be seen against the historic backdrop of India’s close alliance with the erstwhile Soviet Union, India’s so-called non-aligned status and the socialist leanings of our post-independence first generation political leaders like Nehru et al.

    5. Bottom line, unbridled capitalism will eventually have terrible consequences. One only has to look at the erstwhile Soviet Union to see the tragedy of any unbridled ideology.

  2. Naveen   March 23, 2012 at 1:14 am

    I agree on all the points but I don’t understand the US love for Pakistan in the context of today.

    Although the historic backdrop is correct, it is ages since the cold war ended and decades since US-India relationship turned a corner.

    It is also clearly established how US aid is misused by Pakistan and where Bin Laden was finally found. Despite all that the generosity towards Pakistan continues. That defies logic.

    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    Indo-US relations are better but not on a slave-master pattern like Pak-USA.

    On Osama bin Laden holed up in Pakistan, we’re now inclined to believe that the Pakistani Army was perhaps ignorant. The ISI may not be as smart as we given them credit for. If the Pakis had known, someone would have turned traitor and leaked it for the $25m Reward. The truth may never be known in this instance.

    A more realistic reason for continued U.S. aid to Pakistan is the fear of the Islamic nation’s collapse and worries about the fate of its nukes.

  3. Naveen   March 23, 2012 at 1:56 pm

    The US response to countries that possess (or perceived to possess) WMDs is amazingly opportunistic.

    Israel (Aren’t they nuclear?) is the best of buddies.

    Russia and China get respect.

    N. Korea gets good in return for stopping nuclear production.

    Pakistan gets economic aid.

    India gets nothing.

    Iraq is screwed (despite having nothing!)

    Iran is a pariah.

    I know SI does not like any of the Republican candidates but I find Ron Paul the best among them (Despite some of the racial content in some of his newsletters in the past). His views, candidness and consistency is refreshing although some of them seem unrealistic in the current context.





    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    1. You write: India gets nothing

    Oh no. India gets hundreds of thousands of H1B & L visas. πŸ™

    2. I find Ron Paul the best….views….refreshing

    Not just his racist newsletters background, Ron Paul’s views on other subjects are also nonsensical.

    For instance, his views on the return to Gold Standard have been discredited.

    Plus, if we remember right Ron Paul wants to abolish the Education Department!

    Very refreshing Nut job.

    • Naveen   March 23, 2012 at 5:54 pm

      “Ron Paul wants to abolish the Education Department” = “some of them seem unrealistic in the current context”

      Gold Standard: I am not qualified to debate it.

      I like his message on smaller Government, balancing the budget, individual liberty, and anti-war. It is unclear though how all this can be achieved.

      SearchIndia.com Responds:

      His anti-war attitude is good, but again in the world we live in it can’t be rigid.

      On abolishing education department, in any context it doesn’t make sense.

      As it is, the U.S. is falling behind a lot of Asian countries.

      The good thing is in a billion years Ron Paul will not win the nomination.

      The bad thing is his progeny is in the Senate. πŸ™

  4. Naveen   March 26, 2012 at 11:22 pm

    A news that will give SI multiple orgasms πŸ˜€


    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    We poured ourselves an extra Margarita when we saw the news! πŸ˜‰

    No country with unemployment of 8% or more can afford to import labor to the detriment of local workers.

    H1B/L Visa rejection should become the norm than the exception if the U.S. programming community is to rise from the ashes.

  5. Naveen   March 27, 2012 at 12:23 am

    Another news that should not make Americans students feel good.


    Soon students from Karumari Amman Institute of Technical Studies will compete with students from Penn State and most likely be preferred because they will be willing to work at significantly lower cost.

    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    American students should henceforth graduate only from the McDonald’s, Chipotle, Pizza Hut, Chick-fil-a or Burger King Universities! πŸ™

  6. Naveen   March 28, 2012 at 1:52 am

    Yet another article to bug SI πŸ˜€


    SearchIndia.com Responds:


  7. Naveen   March 28, 2012 at 11:44 am

    Finally, a news that will give you some happiness


    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    At first, we thought this calls for a celebration and were about to rush to the Gujju liquor store.

    But then we read some of the comments below the article (see comment by Monty) which argue that the fees have remained unchanged! πŸ™

    • Naveen   March 28, 2012 at 12:55 pm

      The hike is from next fiscal so maybe both Monty and the article are correct.

      By the way comments in the Indian articles be it in TOI or Sify or Rediff are hillarious.

      At some point everyone starts abusing pakistan or it becomes a north vs south or mother-sister gaalis.

      SearchIndia.com Responds:

      True and religion/caste quickly creeps in irrespective of the subject. πŸ˜‰

      For instance, comment for this H1B article has references to Forward Castes, Dalits, Gujaratis, Goltis etc.

      Some demand a quota for returned H1Bs!

      Our people are beyond crazy!

  8. Naveen   April 3, 2012 at 12:30 pm


    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/us/Microsoft-H-1B-visa-employees-crucial-to-US-economy/articleshow/12519608.cms πŸ™‚

    SearchIndia.com Responds:


    We’re not keeping well and hence unable to do a separate story.

    However, we have procured a copy of U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken’s order (of April 2, 2012) the original Complaint and Amended Complaint.

    We strongly encourage other Indians in the U.S. who feel victimized by TCS to use Judge Wilken’s order and the complaints provided below as a template in pursuing litigation against Indian software companies that engage in various shenanigans.

    TCS Class Action Case – Key Court Documents:

    1. Judge Claudia Wilken’s order of April 2, 2012 in TCS Class Action Case
    2. TCS Class Action Case Amended Complaint
    3. TCS Class Action Original Complaint

  9. Naveen   April 5, 2012 at 7:51 pm

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tech/careers/job-trends/Visa-rejections-hurting-IT-cos-in-US/articleshow/12545544.cms πŸ˜€

    SearchIndia.com Responds:


    Here’s hoping the H1B/L-1 visa Rejection Rates climb higher. πŸ™‚

    Much as we all love Mera Bharat Mahaan and want it to succeed, Amreeka is our home now. This outsourcing nonsense is playing havoc! Try calling Comcast and the call goes to some Asian country. πŸ™

    Off-topic: Just returned from Housefull 2 (Rishi Kapoor, Randhir Kapoor, Mithun, Akshay Kumar, John Abraham etc) – Amusing Nonsense.

    • Naveen   April 6, 2012 at 1:22 am

      It will most definitely be a mixture of multiple movies. The first houseful was a copy of “You, Me and Dupree”, “Kaadhala Kaadhalaa”, “Meet the parents” and a couple of other movies.

      I remember reading that the producer of Kaadhala Kaadhalaa sued Sajid and settled out of court for 1 Cr.

      SearchIndia.com Responds:

      We won’t be surprised to hear of similar reports one year from now given the industry’s preference for theft over original creation.

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