“The Indian CEO Virus”—Is It Good For The Historic American Nation?
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Earlier: “Blacks With Brains”— Indian Leftists Show Downside Of Merit-Based Immigration

Last November, a 37-year-old Indian immigrant you’ve never heard of became Chief Executive Officer of Twitter. His name is Parag Agrawal, a tongue-twisting moniker not as tongue-twisting, fortunately, as that of Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, the Indian who ran the Kwik-E-Mart  on The Simpsons. Unfortunately, Agrawal does much more than peddle Squishees and heat-lamp dogs: he has promised to purge Politically Incorrect speech. And he’s not the only one: Indians now completely control Big Tech. More and more hold elected office. They’ve infiltrated the White House. They’re on television, telling stupid white Americans what to think and how to live. If you don’t think Indians are a problem, let’s talk about that ranch in Ranchipur I need to sell.

Let’s stipulate, not that it will do us any good: WE’RE NOT TALKING ABOUT ALL INDIANS. VDARE.com has Indian readers, correspondents (see here, here) and donors (bless them all). Neil Kumar, who is primarying a Never-Trumper in AR-3 running on the immigration moratorium issue, has just been denounced as a White Supremacist by the Anti-Defamation League for having his picture taken with VDARE.com Editor Peter Brimelow.

But the fact is that, on net, the political impact of Indian immigration has been negative, as their own publications unguardedly acknowledge, e.g., Socialists Among Us: Indian Americans are Emerging as the Intellectual Vanguard of the American Left, by Alpana Varma, American Kahani, January 4, 2020.

And lo and behold, on January 2, Twitter did indeed shut down immigration patriot Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s verified personal account. Also banished is mRNA vaccine pioneer Robert W. Malone. In other words, the canceling and shadow-banning of political untouchables that began under hirsute weirdo Jack Dorsey, Agrawal’s predecessor, has intensified [New Twitter CEO has brought wave of high-profile bans in short tenure, by Conor Skelding, New York Post, January 8, 2022].

Twitter has altered its terms of service to include a new clause the minute Agrawal took power:

When we are notified by individuals depicted, or by an authorized representative, that they did not consent to having their private image or video shared, we will remove it.

This could stifle independent journalists such as Andy Ngo, who frequently uploads video of violent Leftists and communist mobs doing their thing. Kevin Lynch, founder of U.S. Tech Workers, reported that Twitter wiped out three hundred of his organization’s followers. Other Twitter users reported similar purges.

Agrawal’s prominence is not unique. His Indian fellow-ethnics now largely run Big Tech, which controls most of what we see and hear. “This is one pandemic that we are happy & proud to say originated in India,” Indian billionaire Anand Mahindra gloated. “It’s the Indian CEO Virus… No vaccine against it.”

The Indians in charge of social media can unilaterally ban immigration patriots and Legacy Americans, if not permit them to be targeted for ridicule, harassment, death threats, and, possibly, physical attack.

Remember what Agrawal said: “Our role is not to be bound by the First Amendment…focus[ing] less on thinking about free speech, but thinking about how the times have changed.”

Screenshot 2022-01-31 at 21-47-21 Disclose tv on Twitter

They certainly have. But squelching unpopular speech on Twitter is just one threat, notes U.S Tech Workers’ Lynch [Is The Future Indian CEOs? December 7, 2021].

The CEO of Pepsi, Indian Indra Nooyi, imported more than 2,000 foreigners on H1-B visas. When she retired, she segued into work for her Yale MBA classmate, Ned Lamont, the governor of Connecticut, on his economic advisory panel:

There she brokered a deal to reward the Indian consulting company, Infosys, a $14 million prize for ostensibly creating jobs. When local tech workers voiced their concerns and energized the press to ask whether American or foreign workers would benefit, all Infosys could say was the workers would be “authorized to work in the United States.”

Lynch’s reporting on these corporate subversives is truly alarming. They’re importing their countrymen to colonize the companies and drive out whites:

  • Shantanu Narayen, Adobe Systems CEO since 2007: That year the company filed just six Perm [Green card] applications, with 142 H-1B visa applications. “In 2021 they filed 181 Perm applications and 1,238 H1-B visa applications for 2,399 workers.”
  • IBM: Arvind Krishna, 2020: 118 Perm applications, 3,605 H-1B visa applications that year. Last year, the company sought 213 Perm applications, plus 2,118 H1-B visa applications for 2,118 workers. “Half of IBM’s workforce is in India.
  • Google: Sundar Pichai, 2015: 831 Perm applications, 2,872 H-1B visa applications that year. “In 2021 they filed 2,398 Perm applications and 15,562 H1-B visa applications for 15,562 Workers.”
  • Microsoft: Satya Nadella, 2014. Microsoft is the worst of all: 938 Perm applications and 2,989 H-1B visa applications for 4,566 workers when Nadella took over. “In 2021, they filed 3,089 Perm applications and 11,763 H1-B visa applications for 49,065 Workers.”
  • Twitter: Parag Agrawal, CTO, 2017: 28 Perm applications, 209 H-1B visa applications for 615 Workers. “In 2021, they filed 77 Perm applications and 732 H-1B visa applications for 732 workers.”

As well, “IBM was the sixth-largest recipient” of H-1B visas in 2016 [IBM now has more employees in India than in the U.S., by Vindu Goel, New York Times, September 28, 2017].

Not one of these Big Tech CEOS was born here:

  • Narayen—Hyderabad, India
  • Krishna—West Godavari
  • Pichai—Madurai
  • Nadella—Hyderabad
  • Agrawal—Ajmer

Citing an analyst on Substack, U.S. Tech Workers Lynch said the Indians will establish tech beachheads back home. In other words, their loyalties lie elsewhere, as their enthusiasm for importing their compatriots and offshoring jobs well proves.

They’ve even pushed “progressives” away from long-standing opposition to importing foreign workers, as the inimitable Glenn Greenwald tweeted:

But white Leftists who don’t go along with these corporate brahmins might find themselves deplatformed. Helping that effort will be Vidhya Ramalingam, who founded and runs Moonshot, a kind of private cyber Stasi.

More bad news: besides the Indian big shots sitting stop Big Tech are Indians in powerful media and other jobs, such as CNN’s Fareed Zakaria (Mumbai) and Sanjay Gupta, The Nation’s Jeet Heer, Jacobin’s Bhaskar Sunkara, and Bombay-born neocon Dinesh D’Souza (who was convicted of federal election shenanigans). Even the prosecutor who convicted D’Souza, Preet Bharara, was born in India (Firozpur).

Speaking of Indians who break the law, they are experts at Medicaid and Medicare fraud; i.e., Indian immigrants have no problem stealing from the taxpayers who permitted them to enter the country.

Indians are packed into the Biden Regime like cobras in a snake charmer’s basket. Biden himself said so, the Press Trust of India reported, in a virtual pow wow with NASA employees: “Indian-of-descent Americans [sic] are taking over the country. You (Swati Mohan), my Vice President (Kamala Harris), my speech writer (Vinay Reddy)” [Indian-Americans taking over US, says Biden as 55 with Indian descent get key posts, India Today, March 5, 2021].

Mohan is running a Mars mission for NASA. At least fifty-four other Indians are embedded in the regime, Press Trust of India reported. At least two were actually born abroad, including Mohan (Bengaluru, India):

  • Neera Tanden, White House Staff Secretary;
  • Sumona Guha: Senior Director for South Asia at the National Security Council; and
  • Sabrina Singh: Deputy Press Secretary, Vice President White House.
  • Vivek Murthy (born Huddersfield, England), Surgeon General;
  • Uzra Zeya, Under Secretary of State;
  • Aisha Shah (born Kashmir): Partnership Manager, White House Office of Digital Strategy;
  • Sameera Fazili, Deputy Director, U.S. National Economic Council (NEC); and
  • Mala Adiga: Policy Director for Jill Biden.

When Biden ran against Barack Hussein Obama for the Democrat nomination in 2008, he let loose with one of his typical Kinsley Gaffes: “You cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent to put—I’m not joking.”

Well, now you can’t go into the White House unless you have one.

Or the U.S. Capitol. Or a state legislature.

Consider those elected to office. Third World immigrants and their children have been worming their way into Congress for some time, as VDARE.com reported two years ago. Pew Research, on which that piece was based, updated its figures on that count in February [Immigrants and children of immigrants make up at least 14% of the 117th Congress, by Sara Atske, February 12, 2021].

Most are Mexicans or Central Americans, but four of the immigrants or their children are Indians. Born in India were Chennai’s Pramilla Jayapal and New Delhi’s Raja Krishnamoorthi, both hard-Left Democrats. Two other Democrats, Ami Bera and Ro Khanna, are the children of Indian immigrants.

Recall that Jayapal, three years ago, bragged that she helped illegals sneak into the country to file what were probably false asylum claims. She also thinks Trump and his supporters are racists.

Even more striking, Indians, almost all Democrats, are burrowing into state legislatures.

A report from Press Trust of India  after last year’s election explained just what’s happening at the state level and how many Indians, include some born in India or elsewhere, help write public policy for the Historic American Nation [How Indian-Americans fared in the US Senate and Congress races, The Week, November 5, 2020]:

  • Jenifer Rajkumar, New York Assembly;
  • Nima Kulkarni (India) to the Kentucky House;
  • Kesha Ram to the Vermont Senate;
  • Vandana Slatter (Vanderhoof, B.C.) to the Washington House; and
  • Padma Kuppa (Bhilai, India) to the Michigan House;
  • Niraj Antani, Ohio Senate;
  • Jay Chaudhuri, North Carolina Senate (re-elected);
  • Amish Shah, Arizona House;
  • Nikil Saval, Pennsylvania Senate;
  • Ranjeev Puri, Michigan House;
  • Jeremy Cooney (Kolkata, India), New York Senate;
  • Ash Kalra (Toronto, Canada), California Assembly (re-elected);
  • Ravi Sandil, District Court Judge, Texas.

A number of other Indians, mostly Republicans, lost races, although Republicans aren’t always losers—witness Antani in Ohio, and, more famously, Nikki Haley and Bobby Jindal.

Doubting the loyalty of foreigners is, I know, akin to slaughtering a sacred cow. But count me alarmed nonetheless.

Should people with little or no real connection to this country tell those of us whose ancestors fought with George Washington how to run things, much less make public policy? Even if born here, “Indian-Americans” are still heavily influenced by immigrant parents or grandparents from a Third World kleptocracy.

Don’t be fooled. Twitter’s Agrawal might look like a smiling houseboy for the last viceroy of the British Raj, Lord Mountbatten. So also with the rest. But they’re ruthless, grasping foreigners and they’re bent on using their power to import fellow “blacks with brains” and form a new Ruling Class.

It’s time to stop voting for them. And it’s time to stop importing them.

Eugene Gant [email him] no longer lives in Baltimore.

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