Some of you may recall a post I wrote earlier this year,  about Fulcrum Logic, a Desi bodyshop that posted an illegal "H-1B-only" ad on the internet.  Big deal, you may say -- discrimination of American workers is legal under the H-1B program (look it up).


Well, we filed a discrimination complaint with the Department of Justice that got the Fulcrum employee fired and Fulcrum investigated and sanctioned.  True, the DOJ did not take further legal action, but we doubt the investigation was pleasant for Fulcrum, much less the employee, Vineeth Kurup, who was fired for his illegal activity.  (See attached DOJ response and copy of the illegal ad - Fulcrum.pdf).


Don't think that this is an isolated incident.  Almost every one of these bodyshops openly discriminate against Americans, and the big Indian outfits like Infosys, WiPro, Tata, Patni, and HCL are engaged in rampant human trafficking and discrimination.


This is just the beginning.  There are numerous legal actions pending against illegal bodyshops and high-tech companies that have been discriminating against U.S. workers and exploiting guest workers.   We are in touch with a lawyer who is gathering plaintiffs for a class action lawsuit involving civil rights and EEOC violations by high tech companies in California, and expect legal action soon.


In addition, the USCIS has ruled that bodyshops cannot sponsor H-1Bs and place them at client sites (per the Neufeld memo).  We have been in touch with the clients (including several Fortune 500 companies) of many Desi bodyshops to alert them about the illegality of having guest workers that they did not sponsor working at their sites.  They also have been informed about the possibility of terrorists like the Times Square bomber entering the country via the fraud ridden H-1B program and sabotaging government agencies, like Rajendrasinh Makwana did at Fannie Mae.


Finally, we are encouraging Americans to file pro se lawsuits against companies that displaced them and giving them legal advice on how to use our legal system to seek compensation for civil rights violations and discriminatory practices arising from the predatory practices of Indian outsourcers and Desi bodyshops.





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tunnel rat posted on October 22, 2010 10:51

Here's another hard-hitting ad against collaborator cunt Carly Fiorina, this time with Insurgents who used to work for HP.



tunnel rat posted on October 16, 2010 12:11

From fellow insurgent Rob Oak:

The Chamber’s anti-American jobs agenda serves not only the profit-seeking of right-wing corporate executives in the United States, but also works to send jobs overseas to the following outsourcing companies, who are some of the dozens of foreign corporations that pay member dues to the Chamber of Commerce’s 501c(6) account, which is used to fund its political ads:

InfoSys, Bangalore, India (at least $15,000 in annual member dues): “Infosys is the ‘Best Outsourcing Partner’ according to the Waters Rankings for the third consecutive year.”

KPIT Cummins, Pune, India ($7,500): “Strategic global networking, together with industry-proven practices & processes, give KPIT Cummins a cutting edge in the realm of outsourcing.”

Patni Americas, Mumbai, India ($15,000): “Patni, the world leader in IT outsourcing and business process outsourcing provides offshore software development, global sourcing, custom software development, and a vast array of product engineering and IT services to companies worldwide.”

NIIT Technologies, Delhi, India ($15,000): “[L]eadership in the area of outsourcing.”

QuEST Global, Singapore ($7,500): “QuEST is a leader in the engineering services outsourcing (ESO) space.”

Rolta, Mumbai, India ($7,500): “Rolta’s global footprint and track record along with its capable off-shoring model gives it a unique positioning in this large market.”

SKP Crossborder Consulting, Mumbai, India ($7,500): “SKP’s core outsourcing practice is managed out of a fully equipped, spacious premises based in Pune with access to facilities in Mumbai, Hyderabad, Delhi and Bangalore.”

Tata Group, Mumbai, India ($15,000): “[W]orld-class solutions in outsourcing – business process outsourcing, application outsourcing, infrastructure outsourcing.”

Wipro, Bangalore, India ($15,000): “India’s biggest destination for U.S. offshoring.”

Trust me, there will be retribution for Tom Donohue, the slumdog shill that heads the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.


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Check out the Insurgents in this video!

"Carly Fiorina says voters should look at her record as CEO of HP and we couldn’t agree more. Fiorina laid off 30,000 workers and shipped American jobs overseas while taking $100 million for herself,” said Rose Kapolczynski, Boxer Campaign Manager."




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tunnel rat posted on October 5, 2010 23:20

Don't let the door hit you on the way out!

Plus, you'll get to practice your misogyny, bigotry, and upper-caste privileges while 65% of your brethren shit in the street!


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