Does that sound like “temporary workers” to you?

This is illegal labor market manipulation.

Collusion to rig market prices is a Federal crime.

Americans built Silicon Valley long before Asian parasite looters moved in.

Americans build the companies, cheap foreign labor moves in + takes over.

Silicon Valley is already 95% Indians.


For this reason, America’s prime economic engine, Silicon Valley has no future. Innovation is going to die eventutally. India + China have never invented anything. In fact, there isn’t even one single major programming langauge invented by either Indians or Chinese that anyone uses. Not even one.

Scream racism all you want, but demographics and facts do not lie.

America is dooming its long-term future for a little cheap-labor profit now.

Why? Because they are cheaper. For most foreign workers from places like India, China and the Philippines, the end-goal is to remain in the United States permanently. They want to access the U.S. job market on a temporary H-1B visa and convince an American company to sponsor them for an employment-based green card. Working more cheaply than similarly experienced U.S. workers is just the cost of doing business.

On the surface, importing “skilled workers” might seem like a good idea. After all, the common narrative pushed by the open-borders cohort is that there are too few native-born Americans to fill the growing number of high-tech jobs in the country and that tech-savvy foreign workers actually create jobs for the Americans who work in companies supporting STEM enterprises.

However, real-life evidence suggests this is not the case. Despite a booming STEM sector in the United States, American tech workers are not reaping the expected rewards – larger salaries and increased opportunity for advancement.

That is because businesses are deliberately driving down wages in the tech sector. They do this by abandoning U.S. STEM workers in favor of foreigners whose primary interest is a visa that allows them access to the American job market, rather than high wages”.