Maybe. Maybe not.
But who can blame them?
Would you work hard again if you worked 80 hour weeks for decades to build something and then had it stolen by Asians?
Who can blame them after millions of Asians have broken into their country, stolen all their industries and moved them back to Asian countries, and deliberately kept them out of work.
We can see where this is all going.
Once TSMC opens new plants in USA it will want cheap foreign labor and it will also want to bring in its own workers from Asia instead of having to hire Americans.
Which means it will file for H-1B visas to bring those foreign workers in.
But first it needs an excuse to do so since US law bans it in most cases.
So here we go again with the defamatory spew – Americans too lazy, stupid, don’t want to work, can’t do the work, Asians are all geniuses.
Americans created and built SIlicon Valley long before Asians broke in and stole everything. A few decades ago most PC motherboards were made in the US by US companies.
The PC was invented by Americans at IBM.
But the Taiwanese stole the PC motherboard industry from Americans and now most motherboards now are made by Taiwanese companies in Taiwan.
Defamation is a crime under US law and so is importing inadmissible aliens.
Asian companies have been doing it in droves in the US for years.
But like India Inc – who pulled off the heist of Silicon Valley from Americans by using the same defamation tactics, TSMC looters will probably get away with it.
This is how thieving Asians continue to steal our industries, get a free ride in America, and keep American workers out of the tech economy.
Chinese have even been stealing from the Japanese for years.
America’s economy is being absolutely looted into the ground by these thieves.
Never trust an Asian.
TSMC should be banned in America due to its crimes on the American people.
How a stolen capacitor formula ended up costing Dell $300m
“A scientist steals a secret formula for an electrical product from his Japanese employer and takes it to China. Then it is stolen again and turns up in Taiwan. But something goes wrong – and thousands, perhaps millions, of computers and electrical goods in the West begin to burn out or explode.
“It sounds like the plot of a thriller, but it’s reality. Thousands of computers have failed and nobody is sure how many more products might go wrong because their capacitors – essential components to control the power supply – were made with faulty materials.”
In 2001, a scientist – name still unknown – left Rubycon Corporation Japan to go and work for the Luminous Town Electric company in China. Both companies made (among other things) electrolytic capacitors, which are usually used in power circuits. At the LTE Company, the scientist made a copy of the electrolyte – the chemical that goes inside the capacitors and enhances its capacitative properties.
“Later that year, the scientist’s staff defected to Taiwan, taking with them a copy of the electrolyte formula so they could set up their own company. Taiwan supplies 30 per cent of the world’s electrolytic capacitors and most of the big PC manufacturers get their machines assembled in Taiwan. But the defectors mis-copied the formula. After a few hours of operation, the electrolyte would leak hydrogen gas, before bursting the metal body of the capacitor. The electrolyte would then leak its brownish filling and could cause a fire.”