[–] trlmdhrd 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Never heard of a "pajeet" but indians have big egos--egos their body's can't cash. At most places I've worked as technicians they are inferior and often in over their heads... Poor communications skills make that even worse. Like chinese they'll cheat badly to get ahead. Look at the computer technical sites focused on certifications to see how many people with those names are asking for brain dumps and sharing brain dumps in broken english. They have basically ruined every certification program with such behavior... If they think they are "smarter" they aren't convincing me. If anything they are better at cheating the system and leveraging diversity quotas.

[–] World_Peace 3 points -3 points (+0|-3) ago 

You focus on "communication skill" while forgetting that coding is not done in English. Most Indians can speak multiple languages incl English and still speak English better than many Americans.

[–] trlmdhrd 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

They also tend to take nepotism to levels westerners are unaccustomed to and begin replacing everyone who doesn't look like them with one of their own. Most put patchouli to shame. Note: this is a rough generalization. I genuinely believe there are exceptions but this has been my typical experience. Sorry your feelings were hurt but I wish the border was hermetically sealed. Chain (family) migration should be ended and immigration screening should be extremely strict taking only the best based on merit. If they are so much better than everyone else (which I seriously doubt) I think most should stay home and improve conditions there.

[–] slwsnowman40 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

So what language is coding done in? I'm in PowerShell every damn day this week because M$ can't make something simple anymore so they decided to make PowerShell pick up the slack. PowerShell is a bunch of English words.

And no, they don't speak English better than many Americans,

[–] ConfirmedSRSShill 2 points 5 points (+7|-2) ago 

This racial slur is insensitive to the plight of Southeast Asian peoples. We should respect the cultural differences of their gastronomical practices and folkways and appreciate the diversity they bring to improving America.

[–] lexsird 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

LARP that username.

[–] 11284146 3 points -1 points (+2|-3) ago 

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[–] 11284134 7 points 1 points (+8|-7) ago 



Indian Americans place at about 112 on a bell-shaped IQ distribution, with white Americans at 100. 112 is the 79th percentile of the white distribution. For more context, consider that Ashkenazi Jews are a famously intelligent ethnic group, and their mean IQ is somewhere around 110.



Indian-Americans, Jews (particularly Ashkenazi Jews), and northeast Asians are consistently overrepresented in U.S. samples of gifted children


Paper founded by the notoriously anti-immigration Pat Buchanan


Indian SAT test takers an average score of 1029, which translates to an IQ of 110.84 compared to a white SAT of 934 which translates to an IQ of 103.96.

http://thealternativehypothesis.org/index.php/2016/04/15/iqs-of-indians/ (Alt-right blog)



[IQ] strong statistical predictor of multiple future life outcomes - income, education level



Median household income by ethnicity: Indian-Americans rank first at 107k followed by Jewish-Americans at 97k.



The median household income for Indian immigrants in 2015 was much higher than that of the overall foreign- and native-born populations. Households headed by Indian immigrants had a median income of $107,000,



Indian American households, for example, earn nearly twice the national average



But the most striking distinction may be their economic status: Indian-American households have the single highest income level of any group in the country — more than twice as high as the general US population.



[Indian-Americans] are by far the best educated group in the country — roughly three times more India-born residents have college degrees than the general population.



Since American immigration laws were liberalized in 1965, Indians traveled to the U.S. in record numbers and the Indian American community has become the wealthiest, most educated diaspora in the country.



Indian Americans are among the most highly educated racial or ethnic groups in the U.S.

70% of Indian Americans aged 25 and older had college degrees in 2010, by far the highest rate among the six Asian-American groups studied and 2.5 times the rate among the overall U.S. population.



Indian immigrants tend to have much higher educational attainment compared to both the foreign- and native-born populations. In 2013, 76 percent of Indian immigrants (ages 25 and over) had a bachelor’s degree or higher, compared to 28 percent of all immigrants over 25 and 30 percent of native-born adults.



[Indian-Americans] have dominated the medical, engineering and computer science industries for decades



Physicians born anytime in the 1930s - 1950s are more likely to have the surname Smith, but starting in the 1960s the U.S. saw an uptick in diversity, and in both the 1970s and 1980s, Patel topped this list as the most common last name among all physicians. Patel is now officially the last name most frequently preceded by “Dr.”




Khan is now the most common surname for doctors in Britain. It is followed by Patel, also from the Indian sub-continent, ahead of the plain English names Smith and Jones. Ahmed is in sixth place and Ali is ninth.




(accurate as of October 2017)


A joint Duke University – UC Berkeley study revealed that Indian immigrants have founded more engineering and technology companies from 1995 to 2005 than immigrants from the UK, China, Taiwan and Japan combined.



There are 89,000 Indians living in Silicon Valley, according to the Migration Policy Institute, with most of the families involved in the tech industry. Another 86,000 Indians live in San Francisco and Oakland.

by 2012, nearly 16% of start-ups in Silicon Valley had an Indian co-founder even though Indians represented just 6% of the region's population. The figure for Indian start-ups is even higher in some areas, such as business software.



One of Nadella’s (Indian-American CEO of Microsoft) suggested rivals for the job of Microsoft’s chief executive was Sundar Pichai, currently the man overseeing Android, Chrome and apps at Google.


Another pioneering web service, Hotmail, was founded by an Indian technology talent who emigrated to the US in the 1980s.


Vic Gundotra, who is known as Google’s social tsar and the man behind the Google+ social network.


Born in 1982 in Pune, India, Ruchi Sanghvi became Facebook’s first female engineer, joining the social network in 2005.


[Padmasree] Warrior became a senior vice president and Motorola’s chief technology officer, before being promoted to executive vice president in 2005. Under her tenure, Motorola won the National Medal of Technology from the President of the United States for the first time in 2004.


Shantanu Narayen, born in 1963 in Hyderabad, India, currently serves as Adobe Systems chief executive; a software and services company the develops the world famous Photoshop among other products.



After a six-months-long search, Microsoft has handed responsibility for its future to Satya Nadella, who replaces Steve Ballmer and becomes only the third chief executive in the company's nearly four-decade-long history.



Indian immigrants leading companies such as Adobe Systems, Nokia, Global Foundries and Mastercard



Considered the "father of tubular designs" for high-rises, [Fazlur] Khan was also a pioneer in computer-aided design (CAD). He was the designer of the Sears Tower, since renamed Willis Tower, the tallest building in the world from 1973 until 1998, and the 100-story John Hancock Center.



[–] truthwoke33 1 points 12 points (+13|-1) ago  (edited ago)

Yeah and lo and behold, the entire tech sector and Americas economy have gone to absolute total shit. Indians are shit people that ruin everything they touch.

[–] cat_of_doom 0 points 11 points (+11|-0) ago 

All that IQ and no loo

[–] Radbod 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago  (edited ago)

This is precisely why we need to deport Indians. We are depriving India of their best and brightest. Indians are also able to compete with Aryans for limited resources and a limited number of jobs and they are also driving down wages. Indians did not conquer and settle this country and therefore they are not entitled to its resources and opportunities. Why are we allowing them to plunder our country?

Most Indians have mixed so much with Dravidians and Australoids that whatever Aryan heritage they might have is dormant and their Australoid and Dravidian heritage is more dominant. They are too different from the pure blooded Aryans of North America to integrate or to be absorbed into our gene pool without cataclysmic results.

[–] meow_cow 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Well of course they'd have a higher than average IQ. They're immigrants working in fields like engineering and I.T.

[–] kocthespaz 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

do i have to be indian to get this?

[–] DestroyerOfSaturn 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Thanks, I've been wanting to verify what that meant. Was thinking that already. What's mgtow? Zog? Yea, I know lurk more :s

[–] jobenzo2nd 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Hahahaha I almost spit out my drink when I read this lol thanks for the genuine laugh

[–] srgmpdns 1 points 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

Funny, but dog should be eating the shit.

Source: have seen dogs eat human shit. In India, among other places.

[–] Slagiatt 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Or at least rolling in it.

[–] edgelord666 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago 

lol like blue collar fags don't eat shit when they have no money as they usually don't lol

[–] clickbaitcake 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago 

Look at the flick of that wrist!

[–] Arealgiver 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago 

Don't be so racial, stop discrimination.

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