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      Hoseong Ryu’s trouble at Intel started even before he began working there, he claimed in a lawsuit filed this week.

      Ryu, 45, applied in 2014 for a software engineering job at Intel, and was interviewed by a three-man panel, according to his lawsuit filed in Northern California U.S. District Court. One interviewer at the Santa Clara semiconductor giant was originally from India, and he had a question for Ryu, the suit claimed.

      “I see you are from Korea,” the man allegedly said. “I know a Korean man named Sung Won Bin. Do you happen to know him?”

      After the meeting, the man told a fellow interviewer that Intel shouldn’t hire Ryu because he was “Korean, married, and had a child,” and added, “It would be easier to hire a younger, unmarried Indian man,” the suit alleged.

      Still, Intel hired Ryu onto its system integration team, where he found “the demographics of the worksite and its management have been heavily skewed toward employees from India or people of Indian or south-Asian descent,” the suit claimed.

      One manager in his team, of Indian origin, “openly favored the hiring and promotion of only employees from India, stating that ‘Indians work hard’ and ‘Indians are harder workers,’” the suit alleged. That manager also encouraged a supervisor to hire only Indian employees, the suit filed Wednesday claimed.

      Intel said it does not comment on pending litigation. But a company spokeswoman said a diverse workforce and inclusive culture are key to the company’s progress. “We believe diverse teams with different perspectives, experiences and ideas are more creative and innovative, resulting in a collaborative and supportive environment,” spokeswoman Patricia Oliverio-Lauderdale said.

      In 2018, a new chief of the system integration team was to be appointed, according to the suit. Ryu had been a de facto manager of the team for some 18 months, but the position was awarded to a system debugger originally from India who had “no management experience and had significantly less experience with system integration than Ryu,” the suit alleged.

       
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      1. peterike says:

        Troublesome Asians turning on each other. Asian immigration to America is a colossal disaster.

        • Replies: @Mark Brophy
      2. donut says:

        What a surprise , open my eyes …

      3. Hail says: • Website

        “We believe diverse teams with different perspectives, experiences and ideas are more creative and innovative, resulting in a collaborative and supportive environment,”

        Someone could write a spinoff poem of Ozymandias, set in 5000 AD, incorporating that line. (Ozymandias reigned 3,000 years before the “Ozymandias” poem was written in the early 19th century.)

      4. nebulafox says:

        I will never take seriously an article that claims that Koreans aren’t outworking anybody.

        In tech, I’ve noticed a definite split between East and South Asians on this. The dudes from the PRC could be clannish, but they generally wished to be left alone to their code and didn’t have hangups about working with non-Chinese coders as long as they pulled their own weight. The Indians… let’s just say, the legislation heading through Congress right now is something I have a very vested interest in not seeing pass, as a non-South Asian coder.

        • Replies: @nebulafox
        , @niteranger
        , @Anon
      5. nebulafox says:
        @nebulafox

        Of course, a big part of this is also cost. South Korea is 1st World in every sense of the word (OK, maybe not psychologically in the older generations, but give them a break, the place was poorer than much of Africa in 1960) and has been for some time. China’s not perfect, but it’s more or less developed now, too. Many Chinese in STEM are actually heading back because research prospects there are brighter with all the money that Beijing is investing in everything from biological engineering to high-speed rail to space: an utterly unthinkable prospect a couple of decades ago.

        By contrast, India-as well as Pakistan and Bangladesh-are still places that people generally want to escape from and not return to. Like most of the rest of the world, it’s not as bad as it used to be: some areas toward the south of the subcontinent like Karnakata are, if not quite 1st World levels yet, reasonably well developed. But in a way, the development is adding more pressure: population pressures and the kinds of institutionalized corruption you see in things like education coinciding with this ensure that the sort of employment issues that younger Indians face are just going to get more grim. It’s natural, therefore, that Indian developers on H1-B visas are appealing: the employers can threaten them with return to India.

        Indians who are capable of getting the visa are also more likely to speak fluent English than a Chinese in the same position (I’ve met-very, very intelligent-Chinese physics students who struggled with English due to shyness and lack of real life practice), so there’s also that as a factor in their favor. Filipinos are appealing to Singaporean employers for much the same reasons, though Singapore’s government is far stricter than the US about how long they can stay in Singapore. That, and Singapore makes very clear that they aren’t allowed to bring their families.

        • Replies: @DB Cooper
      6. DB Cooper says:
        @nebulafox

        I will take a Korean software engineer over an Indian one anytime any day. The only reason Indians thrive in corporate America is because of their clannish behavior and bullshit artist skills. They are as dumb as a door knob (99% of the time) and this is the reason India is India.

      7. I worked with Indian Java coders 12 years ago NOBODY COULD UNDERSTAND THEM

        • Agree: jim jones
      8. Indians are born liars and are parasites. Why is it that headhunters in IT are all Indian in North America? Because they love to live off of other people’s work. I have worked with Indians for over a decade and I can honestly say that I know of only 1 or 2 that are decent people and competent workers. The rest of them are abusive conmen who have found a paradise in North America. Did you know there are hundreds of web sites where Indians can prepare for job interviews without having the knowledge to do the job? In my last job, one Indian would show up for the interview, and another would show up for the actual job. Also, the Indian testers would pretend to have tested safety critical software, software on which human lives depended. They LIED about it. All of the people who lied were Indian, and none of the other immigrants – Africans, Muslims, etc were involved. They are a scourge on IT. I cannot say enough bad things about them.

        • Replies: @Anon
      9. FLgeezer says:
        @Jack Tiscione

        >NOBODY COULD UNDERSTAND THEM

        Nor could they understand the spaghetti code they produced I’ll wager.

      10. kauchai says:

        ‘Indians are harder workers,’ manager allegedly said

        I used to hire indian software developers directly from india between 2004-5.

        1. They came with impressive masters and PhD degrees but cannot write decent JAVA codes. None in my team can translate business requirements into codes and I had to resort to hiring a local tech lead to provide sample codings for them.

        2. You never know if they will turn up for work the next day. After a few months, I discovered that these people are actually going out for job interviews in other companies. If the other side offered a few dollars more, they will just disappeared without a trace.

        3. Tardiness is their hallmark. A majority of the time, they are never on time for work but are quick to pack up and leave the office on time. Also fond of asking for advancement in salary and this is a sign they are heading for attrition.

        4. The concept of “deadlines” are totally alien to these people. When pressed harder, some even resorted to crying right on the spot.

        5. When I reprimanded them as to the above, they complaint that I have no “democracy”, always claiming that they come from the world’s largest and best democracy.

        Gimme the korean anytime!

      11. aboutthat says:

        Ah, Indians!

        Castes, feces on the road, rapes, laziness — and the list is too long to finish here.

      12. Rdm says:

        Anyone who thinks Indians are smart are learning a different kind of coding languages, i.e., mumbo-jumbo language.

        There’s a bigger picture.
        1. Google tried to enter the biggest market, China. But couldn’t break in with the internal Baidu competition. They backed off. What did they do? Just tried another biggest market. India. So by giving one Indian guy as CEO position, those 1.2 billions in India think they can one day become Google CEO and would be happily work for Google instead of honing and nurturing home grown search engine. That’s how the market at large works. Whoever working in Google India dreams of migrating to the US one day. If they’re truly talented, why don’t they develop their own?

        2. The same thing Amazon. Couldn’t fight with Alibaba China and backed off. Now reaping 1.2 Billion Indians and Seattle is now filled with those mumbo-jumbo coders. Once stumbled upon one indian coders and asked what is the “Feature Hashing”. Blown my mind how they can winged the concept entirely wrong and still present like they understand it well. The day Indians develop their homegrown OS, wake me up. I’d like to go into slumber of ignorance because dealing with Indians really sickens me how they like to talk talk and talk.

        Every high tech company likes to reserve one CEO position for Indian. It’s not because of their sheer talent, it’s because they want the entire 1.2 billion salivating over one true CEO position in the almighty US that those 1.2 billions are willing to sacrifice their lives, families to migrate to the States.

        Those studying medicine in India are NOT training to become a medical doctor for their own country, they are studying USMLE to immigrate to the States.

        Those studying CS in India are NOT training to become next Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, they are studying to immigrate to the States and work for Google, Amazon, Facebook.

        The very core of education is already broken at primary schools in India. Now they’re fighting for H1B visa cap. You wonder Indians ever invented Coca Cola.

        • Replies: @Malla
      13. EldnahYm says:

        While there is a potentially entertaining coalition of the fringes angle to this lawsuit, I can’t take much pleasure in it. I can only root for the Korean in this case. Everything claimed about the Indian hiring practices is true to experience.

        The comment section of the original San Jose Mercury News article is also expressing similar sentiments I notice.

      14. Malla says:
        @DB Cooper

        I am Indian and I would take a Korean or Chinese software Engineer over an Indian any day. Taking a fellow Indian means more backstabbing, gossiping and politics with hardly any work getting done.

      15. Malla says:

        “openly favored the hiring and promotion of only employees from India, stating that ‘Indians work hard’ and ‘Indians are harder workers,’”


        We Indians are not only some of the most racist and clannish people on this planet, we really believe our own B.S. that we are a master race full of talent which other non Indians do not have. How they can believe such non sense is beyond me. Our ancestors were flying around in ancient aircraft vimanas while others were eating bark. We are nothing but diluted negroes.

        • Replies: @Anonymous
      16. Malla says:
        @Rdm

        There was a very informative website called ‘Wide Awake Gentile’ which got scrubbed off the internet by the WordPress commissars. There was an article on it once about a deal signed in between the Indian elites and Western Zio elites of opening up the gigantic but poor Indian market for American companies and in return they would take in Indians on employment visas. India was facing a lot of unemployment, so it jumped on the bandwagon. It seems Nandan Nilekani a top hocho of Indian software giant Infosys was very much involved in this. So the elites of both the countries screwed the American Software Engineers well as the poor masses of India.
        This same scumbag Nandan Nilekhani working for the Zio elites has been a key figure in pushing the NWO bimetric Adhar card system and is also pushing a cashless economic system in India.

        • Agree: Alfred
      17. And I believe that Boeing dumped all its white (gasp racist) engineers and said others could work cheaper. And they hired a horde of Indian engineers at $9 an hour and they all worked on the
        787. A couple of those planes fell apart in mid-air. Papers and briefcases fell to the ground before
        the plane(s) crashed. Just abominable work. Indians seem to do enough just to appear to be doing a the job and don’t really have quality in mind or any sense of responsibility. And if Boeing doesn’t stop being so “democratic”, it will be finished as a company.

      18. El Dato says:
        @Jack Tiscione

        Well, we developed AI, so why not let it loose on code consisting of 20 pages of imbricated if then else statements doing string comparisons?

        • Replies: @Anonymous
      19. Anonymous[182] • Disclaimer says:
        @Malla

        We are nothing but diluted negroes.

        I find this exceedingly unlikely. Alexander the Great came for a visit and was pretty sure he wasn’t south of Alexandria.

        There is also this:

        This picture is weirdly Indian.

      20. I retried from software engineering in 2014 after 42+ years in the profession.

        My experiences with Indian IT personnel are literally mirror opposites of each other.

        Prior to the dot.com bubble, which finally exploded in and around 2000, I found all of Indian co-workers to be friendly, courteous, very helpful, and very knowledgeable. I often enjoyed going to lunch with these co-workers and experiencing their very exotic cuisines.

        However, once US outsourcing moved into high gear, the nature of the Indian co-workers I was increasingly meeting in my career started to degenerate quickly over time.

        Now, most of my Indian co-workers were know-it-alls and quite arrogant about it, putting down US software engineers because they seemingly couldn’t code as fast as they could. Indian IT managers were literally scraped out of the bowels of hell who saw subordinates as merely people to be exploited no matter where they came from.

        The technical people appeared to have their details down regarding coding but had no idea on how to design good interfaces or produce quality systems; a trait probably encouraged by their Indian management overlords who had no desire for quality in their output, just that the project get done.

        I blame most of the current lack of software quality today on these latter day foreign workers and their management types who now seemingly populate a majority of areas in the US IT infrastructure thanks to even more debased US managers who saw it convenient to hire a smart talking Indian manager over maybe a more reserved American one.

        I never cared for Steve Balmer when he was head of Microsoft as he seemed to make very erratic technical decisions regarding the future of the company’s product capabilities.

        However, his replacement, Satya Nadella, makes me wish Steve Balmer was back in charge. Nadella, when compared to Balmer, is a nothing more than a technical ideologue who has his head stuck up his ass as he proposes his narrowly focused view of the the wide spread use of the cloud, while at the same time this technology is increasingly demonstrating its own inherent dangers in terms of security.

        Since Nadella took charge I have had some very serious issues with their primary development tool, Visual Studio, that have cost days in time to correct faulty installation issues. None of this ever happened under Balmer’s watch…

        • Replies: @Malla
      21. @nebulafox

        The Indians are the worse coders in the world. They are usually called “Cut and Paste Code Monkeys” which should tell you about their overall talent. When your Mac (and they crash too) or PC isn’t working like it should just remember all those H1B Visas courtesy of the American Sellout Congress.

      22. Anonymous[388] • Disclaimer says:
        @Anonymous

        Using technology developed by the white man (in Germany, U.S., Russia) these subcontinental monkeys have now been able reach the same stage of space exploration as the white man was at middle of the last century. LMAO.

        • Replies: @anonymous
      23. ibnkufr says:

        Indian here. The truth is, there is just no one single “Indian” ethnicity- it’s basically thousands of endogamous sub-castes fighting it out tooth and nail to extract as many resources out of the rest of the population as possible. And it’s this same cut throat clannishness which gets exported out to the West or wherever we go.

        Apart from clannishness, one of the worst aspects of working with Indians in general is the lackluster attitude towards professionalism and originality. I’m literally the only guy at my office who gives a crap that the work not be plagiarized- not just because of intellectual property concerns but also because of the ethical aspect of things. Yet, even after informing my superiors time and again, absolutely no action gets taken against said plagiarizing employees/interns.

        As for Indian colleges/universities, 99 per cent of them are a total fraud/scam. The professors and college administrators deserve to be taken to open fields and shot for the blatant fraud they’re pulling in the name of providing an education.

        • Agree: BengaliCanadianDude
        • Replies: @BengaliCanadianDude
      24. Anon[172] • Disclaimer says:
        @nebulafox

        From my experience, Koreans and Chinese can outwork anybody. It’s such extreme dishonesty to claim otherwise.

        South Asians are much more talkative and socially aggressive than the more demure Koreans, Chinese, or Japanese. They’re more likely to be verbally assertive, especially when pushing to hire more of their caste/language coethnics. Agitating on behalf of your ethnic group is apart of South Asian culture, not so much the East Asian cultures.

        South Asians have higher verbal IQ too, so they’re more likely to learn English and become managers. Then they’re in a position to nepotistically hire whomever they want. Chinese and Koreans can be nepotistic, but they rarely are in management positions due to their poor English skills. They’re technically strong though, so they’re kept in workhouse roles.

        Indians have verbosity and ethnic clanishness. They also have a family/education/ambition culture. Similar to Jews.

        • Replies: @MEFOBILLS
        , @anon26_
      25. rec1man says:

        Indian quality depends on caste

        75% get affirmative action quota

        Indian engineers can be divided into 2 groups
        Those with ONLY Indian degree vs those with MS-PhD from western universities

        The 2nd group is very very good, the first group is horrible

        After the Y2K bug, lots of the first group has been imported

        Telugus especially have cornered the Software engineering market , they are caste-nepotistic
        and use lots of fake resumes. Even back in India , Telugus are notorious for fake resumes in Software

        They have several caste associations in the USA
        Telugu Assoc of North America = Kamma caste
        American Telugu Assoc = Reddy caste

        Indians know how to screen for technical quality among Indians

        Among Gujaratis, hire Jains never Patels
        Among Punjabis, hire Khatris never Jats
        Among Malayalis hire Nair
        Among Bengalis limit to Brahmin, Baidya , Kayastha
        Among Hindi speakers, limit to Brahmins, Bhumihars, Bania, Kayasth
        Among Tamil speakers, limit to Brahmins
        Telugu speakers – avoid

        • Replies: @Anon
      26. Anonymous[238] • Disclaimer says:

        Ah, “diversity.” Not divisive at all.

        Right?

        I understand border agents recently had to segment the “robust” horde due to tribalism. It seems some folks didn’t like other folks based on their nationality.

        Bodes ill for “unum” in the ever-less-white USA

      27. Lin says:
        @Anonymous

        It’s such a nice evidence that ancient bharat had flying saucer.
        https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EAAPXZ9UYAIgZCh?format=jpg&name=medium

        • Replies: @Anonymous
      28. foobc1 says:

        Swastika
        Laltika
        ShubhTika
        Arya
        Aryan
        and the (v)Eddas (ie Hinduism).

        All of which are Hindi words for their own religion. Only Sankrit/Hindi words. The Edda is written in Sanskrit. No other language has used those words or symbols ever.

        They *are* the master race.

        The chinamen are not even fully human, they don’t even have their own religion. The Chinaman religion is Buddhism – Gautum Buddha being a Hindu Indian Prince who never travelled outside India.

        The Chinaman is way more clannish then Aryans. Since more than half the Indians are non-Aryan (ie Dravidian) and there is way more infighting amongst the Hindi speaking Aryans, Aryans will not only actively sabotage and destroy other Aryans, and they certainly will never hire a Dravidian if there is a choice.

        Aryans are the opposite of Clannish. The Chinaman invasion and spread throughout the planet (indistinguishable from other ant farms) is what truly worries me. Any chinaman hired by any Western company has only 1 duty – steal Western tech and send it to the Mother ant farm.

        So happy this Chinaman didn’t get hired. Way to go Aryans – you are saving the West from the Chinaman.

        • Replies: @Lin
      29. Anonymous[304] • Disclaimer says:
        @Lin

        Ancient Indian festival, precursor to rocket launches.

        • Replies: @Lin
      30. Lin says:
        @foobc1

        “The chinamen are not even fully human, they don’t even have their own religion”
        I can see you’re very angry. Please go fetch a glass of cold cow piss elixir and calm down.
        (Cowpiss can probably age like fine wine. Ah, it’s Chateau Modi cowpiss Bordeaux 2014.It’s a very good year !!)
        Well, what hold a nation together,eh? let me see..
        1)Same race?
        2)Same languages?
        3)Same history and same sense of destiny?
        4)Religion?

        Too bad, Hindustan has 16 official languages and racially its most ‘diversed’. And hindus are grossly deficient in pre-moghul historiography:
        https://www.mihirbose.com/index.php/indias-missing-historians/
        …..
        So no wonder the rakshaks of bharat emphasise on ‘hinduism’ as a nationalist cohesive
        What’s Hinduism? Its just social racial segregation pyramid with aryan brahmins at top and Dalits at bottom and ‘spirituality’ sugar coatings like reincarnation, dharma… You don’t believe me? Go ask Mr. Singh the former Hindustani prime minister:
        https://www.theguardian.com/world/2006/dec/28/india.mainsection

      31. Lin says:
        @Anonymous

        Thank you my Anonymous[304] bhai,
        Its certainly good evidence ancient bharat had flying saucers.
        Sincerely I wish all the hindu space scientists good luck and that space probe safe trip to land on the moon.

      32. Anon[253] • Disclaimer says:
        @Harold Pinter

        I could not agree more. You are very kind describing the kind of human scum come from India. Remember, no matter what anyone tells you it is a Caste System of Social Organization. The Brahmans are the top, everyone else is scum. Kinda like Jews and Everyone Else but in the same Cultural Ethnic groups.

        I have to say in my professional career as a Biomedical research scientists nearly all of them were Liars, Cheats and Thieves. And I am being Kind.

        So just as an example. When I worked at the NIH to senior Indian Scientists were using Radioactive Isotopes in a Common Use Animal Room that was not allowed to have “ANY” radioactive material in it whatsoever. Well Harri Reddi and Sampath used Carbon 14, Phosphorus 32, and Calcium 45 in metabolic studies in rats and then dissected the animals in the room. It was like the Room was Painted in Radioactive Contamination. These are very dangerous radioactive forms because if you ingest them in some manner they are incorporated into “YOUR BODY”.

        When the NIH Radiation Safety Officer did a routine wipe test of the room which was just to get a background level in a non-radiation use area the amounts of radioactive material detected were extremely high. Further investigative analysis revealed it was everywhere, walls, ceilings, benchtops, laboratory stools and even the labeling tape rolls were contaminated. It also revealed that Harri Reddi was the Senior Scientist, Section Chief was was responsible for the use of the Radioactive materials in the room.

        I know about this because I was one of the other Scientists using this common use room for my animal studies at the time. Now for the nightmarish Government Cover Up. I had 2 summer students from a high school in Bethesda, MD working for me as Volunteers to help me dissect the laboratory rats we were using. Since both of them were under the age of 18 the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission Rules clearly state that they are not allowed to be exposed to “ANY” radiation either external or potentially internal in the environments where they work.

        Harri Reddi lied repeatedly but was forced to leave the NIH and got a job at The Johns Hopkins University. No criminal or civil charges were ever brought against him or is co-workers. Also, it was the largest radioactive accidental contamination of NIH at that time in 1983. The room was partially decontaminated and then closed off and sealed up.

        I think the whole affair illustrates the attitude of the Indian Male for other humans. It is a fucked up Culture and should be kept at their homeland.

        • Replies: @MEFOBILLS
      33. @Jack Tiscione

        My taxi driver was a dot Indian… I couldn’t understand him either.

      34. Anon[951] • Disclaimer says:
        @rec1man

        Your recipe is so complex. I’d like to make it simpler: don’t waste your time with the Gypsy. There are as many people, but, on average, better educated people in the OECD. Hire a person who wasn’t born or doesn’t travel every year to a designated street.

      35. @Anonymous

        This picture is weirdly Indian.

        it reminds me of one of those Hindu goddesses, with many sword-wielding arms.

      36. 0 Asian LEGAL IMMIGRANTS forever!!!

        SEND THEM ALL BACK!!!

        BRING BACK THE 1882 CHINESE LEGAL IMMIGRANT EXCLUSION ACT!!!

        STOP WHITE GENOCIDE!!!!

      37. @Anonymous

        Betcha there are no White Guys in any capacity in the Indian Space Program…

        Indians come LEGALLY to America and vote Democratic….they get to vote to make sure that 1) what happened 50 years ago two days ago never happens again….a 90 percent NATIVE BORN WHITE AMERICA…Two ALPHA NATIVE BORN WHITE AMERICANS DOING THE MAN WALK….

        The Hindu “Americans” get to vote for WHITE GENOCIDE on Nov 3 2019 for HINDU-JAMAICAN POTUS KAMALA HARRIS…..

      38. Baregil says:

        I love Indians, but in India.

      39. Anonymous[182] • Disclaimer says:
        @El Dato

        The extremely UK-ish “The Register” writes:

        Pair programming? That’s so 2017. Try out this deep-learning AI bot that autocompletes lines of source code for you: OpenAI’s GPT-2 language model has been tweaked to help you code faster

        At the moment, Jackson’s tool is pretty computationally intensive, and requires GPUs to accelerate the task of crunching through as many as 10 billion floating-point calculations a second to come up with suggestions as you type. Your laptop may not be powerful enough to run the neural network effectively, therefore, and you can apply to use DeepTab Nine via a beta-grade cloud service, which does all the predictions in a backend and beams the suggestions to your code editor over the internet.

        Jackson is hoping to create a version that he can license out to companies so that they can run the software on their own servers to ensure their code is kept private, and not shuttled to and from a remote service for analysis and suggestions.

        DeepTab Nine was written in Rust, and supports Python, JavaScript, Java, C++, C, PHP, Go, C#, Ruby, Objective-C, Rust, Swift, TypeScript, Haskell, OCaml, Scala, Kotlin, Perl, SQL, HTML, CSS, and Bash.

        I need some convincing that we have a winner.

        “It seems you write some security-relevant code. Do you want buffer overflow with that?”

      40. @Baregil

        Yes…that’s how I feel about the Hindus and Sihks…they are quite alright….when they are in India…

      41. Malla says:
        @Steve Naidamast

        Prior to the dot.com bubble, which finally exploded in and around 2000, I found all of Indian co-workers to be friendly, courteous, very helpful, and very knowledgeable. I often enjoyed going to lunch with these co-workers and experiencing their very exotic cuisines.

        There is a section of the Indian population who are high IQ and very professional But we make up a small part of the population. Some of the early migrants were of this group.

        • Replies: @BengaliCanadianDude
      42. Malla says:
        @Anonymous

        We are nothing but diluted negroes.

        By diluted negroes, I meant blacks have a huge tendency to thump their chest and make up crap about themselves as individuals and as a race, check Afrocentrism. We are a diluted version in this trait.

        • Replies: @Anon
      43. I told ya Indians are the problem.

      44. Anon[349] • Disclaimer says:
        @Malla

        There was a very informative website called ‘Wide Awake Gentile’ which got scrubbed off the internet by the WordPress commissars. There was an article on it once about a deal signed in between the Indian elites and Western Zio elites of opening up the gigantic but poor Indian market for American companies and in return they would take in Indians on employment visas. India was facing a lot of unemployment, so it jumped on the bandwagon. It seems Nandan Nilekani a top hocho of Indian software giant Infosys was very much involved in this. So the elites of both the countries screwed the American Software Engineers well as the poor masses of India.
        This same scumbag Nandan Nilekhani working for the Zio elites has been a key figure in pushing the NWO bimetric Adhar card system and is also pushing a cashless economic system in India.

        Interesting. Could you write more about this topic?

        • Replies: @Malla
        , @Malla
      45. eah says:

        It is very likely the suit has merit: they ‘hire their own’, this is not a secret — also (and this is rarely mentioned): Indians and Asians are significantly over-represented at many of these tech companies (which always happens once they reach a certain critical mass; it accelerates from there), and have been for at least a couple of decades — but you will never, ever hear of any EEOC interest in the hiring practices of these companies, as you most certainly would if a company was deemed to have ‘too many’ white employees, ie not enough ‘diversity’ — there is no such thing as too few Whites.

      46. eah says:

        was interviewed by a three-man panel

        This is already a bad sign — look at it this way: suppose after the interview there is a binary vote from each of the three, ie either ‘1’ to hire or further consider, or ‘0’ not — already you know there is only 1 chance in 8 (12.5%) that all 3 will vote ‘1’ — an engineering manager (with perhaps help from one other selected person) should do the interview and make the hiring decision — and if the engineering manager is not capable of doing that reliably and competently, then the company needs to find a new engineering manager.

      47. MEFOBILLS says:
        @Anon

        Indians have verbosity and ethnic clanishness. They also have a family/education/ambition culture. Similar to Jew.

        I worked in R and D for a major semiconductor company. Our R and D operation was run by Jews and heavily staffed by Jews. Obviously there was Jewish nepotism at work, and many of these Jews were not nearly as smart as per their self image.

        Then there was a clean-out by upper management due to poor performance, replacing Jew leadership with an Indian leadership. Soon, I was surrounded by Indians, due to ethnic nepotism.

        Amazing how in-groups self aggrandize. There is no equivalent for white men to operate in this way, and whites had better wise up and fast. E plurbis unum is impossible with self-segregating in-groups. We are digging our own graves to make a buck.

        One of the things that make a great country is the ability for strangers to meet each other and have trusting relations. When you have hostile in-groups working for their own self aggrandizement, then it leads to inherent conflict. It sets a tone of hostility, which is the core of sub-continent malfunction.

        Putting Indians in charge was a disaster, leading to poor performance. When we shut it down due to bankruptcy, the Indian in charge was in shock. He had such a high self image, it didn’t occur to him that failure was an option.

        That said, I’ve met some Indians who were outstanding human beings. But in terms of social policy, it goes beyond the pale to immigrate them.

        Our bad experience with Jews should be enough evidence for social planners to NOT IMMIGRATE more problems.

        But then again, the U.S. is not run by planners, it is instead run by Finance Oligarchy.

      48. MEFOBILLS says:
        @Anon

        When the NIH Radiation Safety Officer did a routine wipe test of the room which was just to get a background level in a non-radiation use area the amounts of radioactive material detected were extremely high

        I confronted an Indian PHD, who knowingly was flushing highly fluorinated surfactants down the drain.

        I explained to him the downstream processing was not capable of handling it. His answer, “well that is their problem.”

        This phd was given a free ride via U.S. taxpayer, at a well known American college. Why? Apparently he tested well, and there were not enough American’s to fill the slot… or whatever.

        He also had poor hygiene. We ended up getting rid of him because he didn’t play well with others, and he constantly smelled bad.

        There is no compelling reason to immigrate people. The economics don’t even work out if you analyze the data. Usually there is a cost shifting onto the middle class taxpayers, which makes it worse for the country. The middle class is paying for their own dispossession.

        Then, what is the cost in money terms of a police state, to then monitor fractious in-groups?

        There is no economist that can calculate this, but the costs have to be enormous and lead to a dystopian future.

        Multiculturalism is not a strength.

        • Replies: @Anon
      49. So much racist rants.. The US got rid of affirmative action but its a big thing in places like india so majority of grads are from this. They only need to get like 40% compared to open merits who need 70% marks.. So you can see how even a below average reservation can come out on top of someone who got double the grades. Guess who in this group wants to leave? The smarter one can get a great job and being smart knows the grass is not greener over the hill.. And this seems to be what happened with a large number of these affirmative action grads ending up in the US who are barely literate but shows up in the top ranks. I just saw one of these guys get a PhD without knowing english enough to explain what he based his research on. He could not even read the text he so wrote let alone explain what it meant. But he got his PhD because to deny it would cause a ruckus with discrimination and such and no one wants to face that. These people are now in so many places that it is under achievers paradise and wow to anyone who point this out. Until they get rid of this affirmative action, where a small minority of under achievers gets more seats in jobs and education at the expense of everyone, nothing will change. And once one of them gets into a position he will make sure no one else outside will ever enter anywhere he has control.

      50. Anon[132] • Disclaimer says:

        Is anyone surprised? Indians are like cockroaches, once they check in, they never check out, and they multiply until they rot the whole damn place from the inside out.

      51. Anon[132] • Disclaimer says:
        @MEFOBILLS

        He also had poor hygiene. We ended up getting rid of him because he didn’t play well with others, and he constantly smelled bad.

        The worst thing is to have to sit in close proximity to them indoors, esp. in winter. The curry stench on their jackets never comes off. Simply nauseating after 30 seconds.

        The new Jews come with a curry stench, literally.

        • Replies: @BengaliCanadianDude
      52. @peterike

        It’s not a disaster, technology companies are doing fine in this country. Europe is a technology disaster so we’ll continue to be successful as long as we don’t emulate them.

        • Replies: @eah
        , @Philip Owen
      53. eah says:
        @Mark Brophy

        It’s not a disaster

        Except if you’re a white guy — you know, an American — looking for a job, and you walk into an interview and see you’ll be talking to a bunch of Asians and Indians, none of whom were born in this country (your country), some of whom do not even speak English well, and therefore realize you’re far less likely to get the job — far less likely to get a job in your own country because the decision will be made by a bunch of cliquish, clannish foreigners — if that’s the case, you might have a different opinion about whether it’s all a “disaster” or not.

        Europe is a technology disaster

        Exactly why is that? — 5 of the top 10 countries in patents per capita are European — doesn’t seem like too much of a “disaster” really.

        we don’t emulate them

        Which means doing or not doing exactly what?

      54. anonymous[381] • Disclaimer says:
        @Anonymous

        You do realize that the world’s first rockets were actually invented in India, right?

        So rockets are Indian technology not “the white man’s technology”:

        “Who invented rocket in India?
        Tipu Sultan
        In 1792, the first iron-cased rockets were successfully developed and used by Tipu Sultan – the ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore (in India) against the larger British East India Company forces during the Anglo-Mysore Wars.”

        In fact, in America’s national anthem, the “rockets red glare” refers to rockets that the British were using against American boats. And those rockets were based on Tipu’s design.

        • LOL: eah
        • Replies: @Rdm
        , @Lin
      55. Rdm says:
        @anonymous

        man… I miss those heyday of Indians, pioneering rocket science.

      56. Lin says:
        @anonymous

        You do realize that the world’s first rockets were actually invented in India, right?…
        In 1792, the first iron-cased rockets were successfully developed and used by Tipu Sultan – the ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore (in India) against the larger British East India Company forces during the Anglo-Mysore Wars.”

        ………..
        I fully understand your hinduwadis sentiment but let me remind you something:
        –Chinese invented gunpowder and then gun powder rockets in the Sung Dynasty.
        The mongols copied it and used it in their conquest. Is Tipu Sultan a moghul king? Mind you that the moghuls were a branch of the mongols.
        –However the above is meaningless because the past is passe .The german invented TNT, not Chinese nor hindus. The americans landed on the moon first.
        ……………
        I’m surprised that you quoted something as recent as 1792. Simple rockets were definely used prior to that

      57. @DB Cooper

        You’re an East Asian and you always behave this way towards Indians. At one point I agreed with some of what you said, but this is just jealousy and envy

      58. @ibnkufr

        As for Indian colleges/universities, 99 per cent of them are a total fraud/scam.

        Agreed

      59. @Anon

        LOL another trailer trash hick who lost his job to Indians. But keep that inferiority complex running though

        • Replies: @Malla
      60. @Malla

        Yes, the earlier ones like my parents had degrees from accredited high-ranking Western universities, and it was more selective

      61. Interesting to me is the number of Indians who’ve chimed in in the comments here and agreed. This means some sense of self-reflection and perhaps a desire to improve. That gives me hope.

        Flying on the 737Max with its low-budget coders definitely does not.

      62. anon26_ says:
        @Anon

        As far as I’m aware, South Asian don’t actually have a higher verbal IQ. It’s just something that has been repeated over and over again that it’s now just commonly accepted. Much like the idea of a supposed narrower IQ distribution curve of East Asians that the far-right like to repeat, which as far as I’m aware is false. The test scores in the UK and other metrics indicate that Indians don’t have a higher verbal IQ.

        Regarding the IQ distribution curve, the famous Steven Hsu has done some studies on this that suggest that the curve might actually be wider. Also, none of the extant IQ research we have has any data on band distribution for groups, because they haven’t focused on it, i.e. there is zero evidence that shows a narrower band. It’s something the far-right made up, partly to try to explain certain things and probably partly a coping mechanism, that’s now become a sacred myth. You should check out a youtube video by the Thinking-Ape (an NRx guy), who also goes by the name Stardusk, that does a thorough job discussing this.

      63. Malla says:
        @Anon

        That website is scrubbed but I will see what I can do. I did not save the page but I may have something somewhere. I will get back soon.

        • Replies: @Malla
      64. Malla says:
        @BengaliCanadianDude

        He is speaking the truth. This is more so in South Indians.

      65. Malla says:
        @Malla

        You can details about this in the book

        Servitors of Empire: Studies in the Dark Side of Asian America by Darrell Y. Hamamoto

      66. Malla says:
        @Anon

        Nandan Nilekani (a globalist lackey), a top hocho of the famous Indian company Infosys was a part of a double deal with elite bankers. One side of the deal involved sending cheap Software Engineers from India to destroy the American software workforce and even the American middle class and in return, the other side of the deal is he will help the bankers open the Indian economy up as well as push for Globalist illuminati like policies such as the biometric ‘Aadhar Card’ scheme. By this scheme, 1.2 billion people of India would have their biometric information taken and linked to their accounts, mobile phone numbers, medical data etc…. The information is gathered by a shady French company called Safran closely connected to the CIA (wall street Zio elites). The same company is also collecting the bio metric information of Pakistanis!!!!! He is also pushing for a illuminate cashless society in India working with Modi.
        So this scum Nilekani not only destroyed the American Middle Class but also sold his own country to the globalist elites. He is a billionaire and donates billions of dollars to globalist charities closely related to Bill Gates
        So in a nut shell, non White masses are being used as weaponised anthropology against the West. Blacks and Hispanics from below and Asians from above to put a vice like grip on White people. This was planned decades ago. Not only will this destroy Western civilisation (the biggest threat to a NWO), but enslave all nations on earth under the NWO.

        • Replies: @Anon
      67. Anon[204] • Disclaimer says:
        @Malla

        Interesting.

        China and India seem to have different economic strategies.

      68. @Mark Brophy

        Mobile telephony and not just 5G? Planes that fly? Gas turbines? Pharmaceuticals? Unmanned space flight? Passenger cars? Trains?

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