Tunnel Rat posted on October 31, 2009 20:18

Another query from a devoted reader:

My girlfriend and I have just moved to North America from France (I am Indian
and she is Belgian). We intend to work for about 3 years here. I will be in the US
and she will be in Canada and she can visit me on visa waiver. I have been
a regular visitor on this board and I have learned a lot from here. I am asking
my first question on this forum.

Since I have some domination fetishes and my girlfriend is not very much into
them, she has been letting me visit professional dominatrixes to fulfil my desire.
Please note that a dominatrix is not a prostitute, I have never visited a
prostitute nor intend to; I would NEVER pay for sex. I have heard that
America is a very conservative country. So I want to ask if visiting a dominatrix
(no sexual intercourse involved) is legal in America.



Just send me an email, slumdog.  I'll be glad to humiliate you.

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Tunnel Rat posted on October 31, 2009 08:02

Rob Sanchez is reporting that it is coming in the form of monies paid to exploited Filipino teachers who were shipped into to Louisiana:

"Make no mistake about it, that $400,000 fund is to be used to pay retribution for the money that RSD and the Caddo Parish ripped off from the Filipino teachers. Perhaps the payments will save the RSD and the bodyshop Universal Placement International (UPI) from having to endure costly lawsuits if the the Filipino teachers who have solid cases are willing to settle out of court."

- Link


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Tunnel Rat posted on October 28, 2009 20:27

Don't kid yourself, these people are serious:


Microsoft is not the only one witnessing a great Indian takeover. Several global technology companies have at least one or two Indians in the top management. Quite a shift, considering that not too far back Indian code writers were dismissed merely as ‘tech coolies’ doing the low-end tech jobs. Says Ravi Ventakesan, chairman, Microsoft India, “There’s a sea change on how Indians are seen. They are moving up in sync with contributions they have made to technology and business.”In Bangalore, Anshuman Das, co-founder & managing partner of CareerNet, a technology-focussed head-hunting firm reckons 20% of senior vice-presidents and above in several multinational technology companies could be Indians, up from almost zilch a few years back.

“This will pick up as Indians have now proven themselves. Many Indians from the 1988-1994 batch of IITs and other engineering institutes are in senior positions now.”


I suggest you Americans get busy.  This is the "Live Free Or Die" country and we are not about to be taken over without a fight.

And what is with the "WE WILL BURY YOU" rhetoric from the Indian media?  Are these people fuckin' delusional, or what?  They have yet to master indoor plumbing or basic hygiene.  How are they going to takeover?  By overwhelming us with their stench?

For example, I was eating lunch today at Quiznos, enjoying my tuna sandwich, and I started to smell something.  I looked up and saw this slumdog sitting a couple of tables away.  Not an Indian, not a Desi, a real slumdog, probably living out of a suitcase in one of the nearby long-term residence motels.  I see them all the time.  And you can tell by their clothes -- it is the most disgusting wardrobe known to man, that of a slumdog scab.

So my olfactory senses try to plot this stench, and it smells like, well, like... ASS.

Like a pair of underwear that you had shit in, and threw in the trash, and then forgot about for a few days.  Then when you take out the garbage, you get a whiff of that old shit.

I remember the smell of dead hajjis in Kuwait, and that stench will never leave my memory.  Same goes with the scent of stale shit.

I kept trying to pinpoint the source of the odor, even walking across the place to get a refill of my drink, and the further away I got from Mr. Shower Shoe-Wearing Scab, the more the smell dissipated.  Clearly it wasn't food, not like meat being toasted.  It was ass, no doubt.

I couldn't finish my lunch, it was so bad.  MOPP LEVEL 4.  Don-and-fucking-clear. I packed my shit and headed for the door.  

But I wanted to confirm my suspicions.  As I walked past the slumdog, I dropped my newspaper, accidently on purpose.  I just had to be sure.

And sure enough -- IT WAS HIM.  

He smelled like that a week-old diaper.  Bending down to pick up my paper, I gazed at him in wonder.  Here was a guy, no older than twenty-five, working at an American company (I got a glimpse of an ID badge hanging over his neck) as a programmer/DBA/QA/pick-one, who spends his days smelling like a someone just gave him a Stanley Steamer.

What is this world coming to?

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Tunnel Rat posted on October 26, 2009 20:11

Ah, what a month it has been!

After setting up the Panama ISP to serve as a honey pot for all the slumdogs who have been sending me death threats, and more seriously, sending phony death threats that could be traced back to me, I am now back on U.S. shores, hosting with GoDaddy.

The operation yielded a ton of juicy data and gave the feds plenty of ammo.  They will handle the more serious cases of privacy violations and terrorist threats, and my 90210 lawyer will handle the civil matters.  I've got about 80k in my IRA that I am ready to use towards this effort, and civil suits are relatively cheap.  Once a web entity gets hit with one, they will do almost anything to make it go away, including turning over the logs and identies of users who are remotely connected to crimes.

Things came to a halt when my Panama ISP was hit with a massive DDOS attack.  BTW, what is the difference between a "massive" DDOS attack, and just a plain old DDOS attack? 

Of course the site went down, and I turned down the offer to sign up for an expensive "high-risk" hosting plan.  I just switched to GoDaddy.  We will see how that goes.

I guess my enemies got really freaked out when they found out that they had fallen into a trap, and went for the nuclear option.

And yet here I am, blogging away.  I'll never go away.  I got a lot email from fans, and I couldn't let the Hindi Hitlers spoil my fun.  This blog serves as a beacon of inspiration for countless American techies, and it is not going anywhere.  Even if I end up having to fax my blog posts from inside a conex box in the desert (which is how I think Norm Matloff and Rob Sanchez roll, hehehehe), I will still be spreading the word.  I've already turned down a few offers to blog on major web sites, and will continue to freelance.

It is just so odd that we have people that have a cultural tendency towards thugish intimidation here in America.  To them, they cannot fathom that someone would be allowed to speak his mind freely in cyber-space.  They just assume that they can cry "racist" and the authorities will take their word and shut him down.  They think there is some upper-caste gestapo like back home that will shut down people that bug them.  They must not know much about StormFront, La Raza, or the KKK, which are openly racists groups that operate with impunity on our shores.  And they probably didn't realize that writing a vile, profane blog is not a crime when compared to sending fake terrorist threats, hacking web sites, plotting visa scams, and spawning massive DDOS attacks.  That means you folks over at ImmigrationVoice.org, aka "mx01.1and1.com".

I'm just a blogger.  Get over it.


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Tunnel Rat posted on October 13, 2009 21:44

Steve Hamm at Business is shocked about the "angry and even ugly comments" that Business Week got after his now famous High-Tech Sweatshops story.  In his latest blog post, he has this to say:

"It was disturbing to see workers from different nationalities verbally tearing at one another. The situation is reminiscent of earlier eras in American history, when employers played immigrants of different ethnicities against each other to defeat labor unions and keep wages low. Like them, today’s guest workers and American programmers are pawns in somebody else’s game."

This is ironic, considering that pro-offshoring writers like Hamm have had a lot to do with creating this globalist gladiator pit, where cheap imported scabs are pitted against the local workforce. 

But even more stunning is the admission by a Desi pimp that he practices discrimination, and proudly:

"...Satish Bhalerao, owner of Network Solution, was unapologetic about using guest workers in the US and offshore labor in India. His customers want to reduce costs, and he offers them a lower-cost alternative. He said he pays guest workers in the United States the same as he does native American workers, but he prefers to hire Indians on visas. “They’re easily trainable. They’re motivated to work hard because they want to live here and to find a way to stay here,” he said..."


That curry-scented scab farmer deserves a visit from the local chapter of the ACLU.

Tunnel Rat posted on October 12, 2009 23:11

Steve Hamm and Business Week Editor John Byrne have a nice conversation about the latest Business Week Cover Story that exposes the high-tech slave trade:



For the record, Steve Hamm and I exchanged a few emails and I supplied him with the links to sites like Desicrunch.com so that he could get some details on the slumdog slave trade. This cover story would have never happened without the Insurgency nagging writers like him and Moira Herbst.

They stepped up to the plate and did the right thing. Even Business Week Editor John Byrne, who had to write a pathetic apology to ImmigrationVoice.org after they linked to my blog in a previous article, had to acknowledge the fraud and deceit inherent in the H-1B program.

This kind of coverage is huge. I could not even find a copy of Business Week at the local bookstores. Either they were sold out, or NASSCOM agents had bought all the copies.

Ironically, the comments section of this story is filled with semi-literate posts from slumdogs who are trying to associate www.itgrunt.com with Moira Herbst. Just because she chatted with me for an hour does not mean that she condones my writing. Yet these psycho slumdogs post my blog URL on Business Week and try to slander Ms. Herbst as a racist. I have talked to Ms. Herbst, and she is good journalist who is trying to get to the bottom of this sordid slave trade. You slumdogs need to go find another woman to rhetorically rape. It's not like you Indians have problems raping.

What kind of sick logic is that? I myself don't even post my URL when I comment, yet these retards are driving traffic to my site with their slurs. It is not like I go on Taliban sites and raise hell there. Yet everyday, the slumdogs are here and on Business Week, embarrassing themselves with the Hinglish rants.

What is wrong with you people? Do you not understand our culture? Do you not realize that we are free to express ourselves? Do you not understand that you are not a "race" but a class of "guest worker"?

You have no rights. Nobody gives a shit if you are offended. You are here at our will, and will be deported when we have found you useless, which is now.

Now STFU and get out.

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SURPRISE, SURPRISE, SURPRISE.  An Indian is pissed off about H-1Bs.  From Craigslist:


1. Indians in Silicon Valley don't innovate ANYTHING! They are conceited arrogant parasite shysters who have turned good businesses to shit when attempt to manage them. Businesses like Sun Microsystems, AMD, and dozens of others are nothing now because of Indian mis-management. Many of you people are being sold out so fast its enough to make ones head spin. Your future now is next to nil and all you sheeple can do now is bitch about the lamest talking points of the day. Anywhere else people would be in revolt and fighting for their livelihoods yet a healthy majority of Californians' remain in ignorant bliss like pigs in zen. You should consider changing your state motto to 'taking it where the sun doesn't shine' and deserve the 2nd class citizen future you get for being the apathetic consumer whores many of you have become. What a bunch of dumb ass passive-aggressive pussies the bay area has become.

2. Downsizing and outsourcing

I have been reading and hearing the stories about outsourcing and downsizing. Here is my story. I want to keep myself anonymous, as my story did not go out of our four walls.

I migrated to US about 22 years ago from India. In
India I tried for 6 years to find a job after finishing my Masters degree. Because of rampant corruption, nepotism, political infuences (which I was lacking, and aginst my concious) I could not find a job. Then God listened to my prayers and I got an opportunity to come to this Land of Opportunity. After I came here, I was facinated by computers and technology, which I had never even seen a key board in India, and pursued my career. I worked $3 an hour to finance my ambitions.

I finished my BS, and MS Computer Science and positoned in a good job. I was even pursuing my Ph.D in Computer science. But all of a sudden these Indian labor started flooding here. They do not have a formal degree in computers, all they have is a one month programming training in some garage. Some of them not even have college degree and started making more money ( $80 - $100 an hour). I was frustrated with the situation and questioned myself that why I am wasting time in doing Ph.D, and making much lower salary than those high school graduates, and I dropped out.

In the mean time Indian colleges realized the computer boom and introduced a new program called 'Master in Computer Applications (MCA)' which is a one year diploma after high school. Indians started taking this course, and convinced US corporations that they have Masters degree in computer science. US corporations thought they are getting an MCA (Masters) for cheaper rate than what they are paying to BS computer science programmer, and started replacing them. At workplace where I used to work 9 out of 12 team members are H1-B Indians. They literally shine my
manager's shoes. Because the company has to sponsor
their green cards. They lie about qualificatins and
experience. One guy said he has been in Computer field
since 1983 in India. In India there were no PCs until 1987. The term 'computer program' was never heard there until 1988. Another "software engineer's" resume says he has been working as a software engineer since 1995 in Bank One. But his passport shows his date of entry to US as 1998. I have scores of such examples about these so called H1-B software engineers and their qualifications. "An Honest H1-B Indian" is good oxymoran in English language.

3. My wife and I have two masters degrees each in computer science, and engineering. Our combined salary was $230K till October 2003. One fine morning, the bomb (downsize) exploded- we both got laid off on the same day (we were working for different corporations). Today, our income is 'ZERO'. We could not even find minimum wage jobs. We are victims of outsourcing. No third soul knows about situation. Because it spreads fastly to back home and to old age parents.

I was interviewed couple of times by TCS, and Wipro, and they almost offered me the job. But the minute I told them that I am US Citizen, they said their project was on hold. So far I have not heard even single H1-B guy who is unemployed. Downsizing is effecting only US citizens. In my case, I was replaced by a H1-B. These Indian outsourcing companies are bribing the IT managers and successfully get their job done. The prime element that drove me out of India (corruption), is agin drove me out of my job.

I am ashamed of myself to call I am an Indian

I have now been "unemployed" for 12 months after having been replaced by H1B and L-1 workers at the company I was working.

4. After working for 18 years as a Senior Analyst/Test Lead Programmer, I was called into my managers office at an Insurance Company in Hartford, and introduced to 5 Indian programmers from COGNIZANT SYSTEMS, INDIA. I was told that I was to teach these people everything I knew about the system I was working on. This same situation was presented to 2 other U.S citizens who started working at the company the same time as me. They too had to "hand over" their systems.

After three months, these Indian programmers were able to run the system without my assistance,...and my job was TERMINATED. These Indian programmers were on L-1 visas and their team leader on a H1B. When I asked management why the jobs of the THREE non-Indian workers (me and two associates), were being terminated, whilst the Indians were being kept on,...I was told to "WATCH IT". (i.e my question supposedly had "racial" overtones). All these Cognizant programmers are still working at the company, and driving brand new Toyota Camry's,..while I sit at home battling to find work and worrying about how to pay the rent.

This state of affairs has continued in full force at United Health Care, where Perm-Staff, Green Card Holders, Naturalized and born U.S Citizens have been replaced by Indians. Even Chinese and Russians workers were given the boot and replaced by Indians. It seems that the only requirement for keeping your job,....IS TO BE INDIAN.
I have written to my State Representatives and Joined TORAW in the vain hope that something be done about this situation.

I think it is NOT just the HIB visa that is killing local employment. It (jobs discrimination against locals) is everywhere.

5.  First of all about me. I am 34, have a 4 yr professional engineering degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, and am working in IT since 1995. I started my IT life from repairing PCs (yes I did soldering), then moved to networking in Netware 3.x, then Windows NT/2000, Novell Netware 5.x, 6.0. and Linux/ FreeBSD. I do perl scripting in my spare time as a hobby.I do firewall administration, router configuration, intrusion detection, server migration etc etc. With years of experience, and hands on, you can categorise me as a veteran expert.

For the past 2 years, I am trying to get a new job as I am unhappy with my present job and pay. Expect the result! For the 1000 or so applications I sent out, I did NOT get a single offer for an interview even. Shocked! Later my friends told me that, I need certifications. So I completed my MSCE2000, CNE5, CCNA, MCDBA. (side note: all were easy to me, as I know the stuff. Remmeber I am working for 8 years in IT, and I study one to two hour per day after work. (I like to learn!) I can get more [A-Z][A-Z]...[A-Z] if the new company wants it, in a short notice.

Mm, even now the situation is same. Now if i get a rare reply to my job applications, it is like "you are over-qualified for this job' although I am ready to take that job for THAY pay they give an Indian!.

But, companies are hiring Indians and Indians only. They are young (most in their mid 20s), and are being hired by MNC for good posts like senior consultant etc. If you speak nice to them you will learn that his/her degree is in biology or any and then he did some 6 months course at some 'institute'. I would like to say that in India, you can get an engineering degree at some 'college' no matter your performance in high school provided that you have money. (Exceptions shall be a few like IIT). There is no strict (or even slack) admission criteria for institutions providing degrees in India.

How do they get jobs?

(1) There is a prejudice against non Indians. PHBs think that you have to be an Indian to work in IT.

(2) There are some illegal kickbacks in hiring. Once one Indian friend promised to find me job, provided that I pay the first 4 months salary to the agency. He says, a 'part' will goto the hiring manager of the company.

(3) Once an Indian becomes to a hiring position, he will not hire anyone BUT indians. (This is patriotism as per Indians)

(4) Indians never say 'I do not know'. You ask whether he can do 'ANY JOB', he will boast 'he has been doing it for years' although he may not know what he is talking about. Remeber, even I, after years of experience and learning, say that " I did not do it previously, but I can refer to this and do it. " . Idiot Managers do NOT like answers like this.

TELL ME WHERE SHALL I BANG MY HEAD. For the time being I use my table. Bang, bang!

Sam Prasad.

(I am not Indian, but of Indian root !!!!)



I am sure this Desi will be hunted down by NASSCOM and killed.



All the shrewed slumdogs have been asuming that this is a testimony from one H-1B.  It is actually several,  that is why the timelines aren't linear.  As usual, the illiteracy of slumdogs is evident in all the comments that point out to this discrepency. 

Anyway, it doesn't matter.  Most of these people have been assasinated by NASSCOM or deported.


Tunnel Rat posted on October 7, 2009 21:51




The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) are increasing its anti-fraud enforcement efforts to ensure that companies are complying with their rules and regulations.  The USCIS has begun making unannounced visits to XXXXXXXX US work sites.  


Please make sure you carry you original I-94 card and passport with you during working hours.   


Kindly let me know if you have any further questions. 



Warm Regards,


Mrunal Nerurkar

HR - Employee Relations


25 Airport Road


Morristown, NJ 07960


Phone: 973-774-1424


Fax: 973-889-0798


Email ID: mrunal.nerurkar@collabera.com


URL: www.collabera.com

The law firm for that illegal operation called ImmigrationVoice.org, Patton Boggs LLP, is drumming up business by telling corporations to get used to waves of EEOC lawsuits.  This is not surprising considering that 2-4 million Americans have been displaced by the people who gather at places like ImmigrationVoice.org to plot visa fraud, hacking sites like mine, and occupational apartheid. 

The U.S. government, terrified that the rhetorical race war will turn violent, as it has in Australia, is now taking action.  If I was an H-1B slumdog, I would urge the government to take action on the corporations and pimps that put millions of Americans out of work, just so that I wouldn't have to live in fear of a displaced techie putting a cap in my curry-scented ass.

CLIENT ALERT: Employment Class Actions By the Government Are Coming Back
October 2009

The Obama Administration is gearing up to investigate and file discrimination and employment compensation class actions far beyond what we’ve seen in the last eight years. Consider the following:

  • The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, tasked with enforcing the nation’s civil rights employment laws in the private sector, has included in its proposed 2010 budget an additional $13 million for the hiring of 224 employees to address, among other things, the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. www.eeoc.gov/abouteeoc/plan/2010budget/index.html. That Act will make it easier for employees to sue for gender discrimination in pay.
  • Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr. recently announced plans to add as many as 50 lawyers to the 350 lawyers of the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice via a 2010 proposed budget increase of $22 million to bring a new round of high-impact, high-profile discrimination cases against state and local government employers that were largely absent from its docket under the previous administration. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/09/25/AR2009092502151.html and http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/01/us/politics/01rights.html
  • The Wage and Hour Division of the Department of Labor, charged with enforcing the Fair Labor Standards Act against private employers, stands to gain an additional 288 employees (through a proposed budget increase of $30 million) who will be responsible for enforcing wage and hour standards. http://www.dol.gov/dol/budget/2010/programchanges.htm

The prospect of these additional resources, coupled with a greater ideological commitment to bringing such suits, creates a scenario where these federal actors soon will be suing more companies and state and local governments in bigger lawsuits. The time to prepare for such a lawsuit is before you get sued. Proper preparation includes at least three components.

  • First, the time is ripe for increased attention to your compliance programs.
    • Are your managers, supervisors and human resource professionals properly trained to investigate employee complaints of harassment and discrimination?
    • Have your employee handbooks and personnel policies recently been reviewed?
    • Are your classifications of employees as exempt or non-exempt from the overtime pay requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act correct?
  • Second, prudent companies will determine before they are sued whether their litigation counsel is equipped to handle mass employment claims in a cost effective fashion.
    • How much experience does your outside counsel have with large-scale litigation involving federal and state legal issues?
    • Does your outside counsel use innovative staffing techniques to manage and conduct high-volume discovery activities in a cost effective manner?
    • Does your law firm have the technology and the trained staff to be able to operate electronically as a partner with your company to facilitate the sharing of millions of documents while preserving their security?

With the proliferation of email and other electronic forms of communication and information sharing, the use of technology to enhance efficiencies is pivotal to the successful defense of a large litigation. Having a relationship with a litigation firm with this experience and these capabilities before you are sued will enable you to respond more promptly and vigorously upon receipt of the complaint.

  • The third component may be the least obvious but is as important as the first two. The upcoming round of class action employment litigation is a product of politics and the change in public policy resulting from the last election. Any prudent litigation defense strategy must take that into account. An aggressive defense strategy includes many elements beyond the motions and arguments asserted in court.
    • Do the government’s litigation arguments conflict with other policies being promoted by other government agencies or by Congress?
    • What constituencies outside of your company have interests that may be affected (negatively or otherwise) by the lawsuit?
    • What role will press coverage play?

Decisions to approve the filing of these lawsuits ultimately must be approved by political appointees whose judgments are influenced by, or are subject to, these and similar factors. Your law firm should have the public policy expertise to understand and anticipate the thinking and motivations of those decision-makers, and thereby integrate these factors into your litigation defense strategy.

Patton Boggs offers a unique combination of the employment, class action and public policy expertise your company will need when it is on the receiving end of one of these class actions. We would be happy to talk with you – now, before you’ve been sued – to discuss the possibility of working with you.


Tunnel Rat posted on October 2, 2009 21:15

Finally, after months of the Insurgency harrassing the Tandoori Trifecta at Business Week, Steve Hamm and Moira Herbst came through with some real reporting.  Steve Hamm emailed me a few months ago and said he was on his way to New Jersey to shoot a "documentary."  After not seeing anything from him, I emailed him and called him a pussy.  Evidently, he got the hint.


The Slumdog Slave Trade is now going to be on the front cover of Business Week this month.



How ironic that Qualcomm is mentioned as a major slumdog kenel, the same week that I exposed their CEO as a lying sack of shit:


"In recent months workers have alleged mistreatment while working for body shops in the offices of Qualcomm (QCOMM) and JPMorgan Chase (JPM). In a civil suit filed in May and a complaint to the U.S. Labor Dept., Prasad Nair charged that Unified Business Technologies got him an H-1B visa in 2007 by saying he would work in the company's Troy (Mich.) offices and receive $60,000 a year as a programmer and analyst. Instead, UBT sent him to work at chipmaker Qualcomm's offices in San Diego, where the cost of living and prevailing wage for such a position are much higher. The 32-year-old alleged UBT made unlawful pay deductions, delayed payments, failed to pay overtime, and postponed health benefits for his family. David Blanchard, Nair's attorney, says he struggled "paycheck to paycheck" to take care of his wife and 9-month-old daughter and regularly ate at Burger King to save money."



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