Oct 212014
 

I have been reading more articles about the Satya Nadella situation for an article I’m going to write about Maria Klawe.  I have noticed a related issue that is important, the level of hate against Indian-American men in the comments of any article written in the last several days about Satya Nadella.

Let’s take a look at some of the comments to this CNBC interview with Satya Nadella (which was written yesterday and was primarily about Microsoft and cloud technology, not Nadella’s comments about asking for raises):

Did he tell all the women in the audience to STFU?

He is from India. Do you know how men treat women in India. They beat them!!!

He is from India. Men in India treat women like dirt.  He thought that he was going to get cheers from all the men for trying to institute the Indian culture and their hatred for women, here. It is not his fault because it is in his blood to be that way.

Is this the work of trolls?  No, because it is too widespread.  Just look at the comments of any article with comments written in the last several days about Satya Nadella and you will find plenty of comments like those above.  In particular, there’s an obsession with the idea that Indian men are all busy beating Indian women.  In fact, accusations that Indian men are woman beaters aren’t limited to anonymous internet comments.  People are willing to accuse Indian men of being woman beaters in articles where the authors use their real names such as this one.

Why are there such attacks on Indian & Indian-American men?  Men of Indian descent are common in the tech industry and are successful not just as rank and file employees, but as executives and startup founders as well.  They prove that the tech industry does not discriminate against women and minorities.  Also, for practical reasons it’s not enough to just attack white men in the tech industry.  Indian (and Asian) men are numerous enough in the tech industry that even if the white men were taken out, Indian and Asian men would fill the gap, not women and definitely not white women. 

That is what “diversity in tech” is really all about.  It’s get rid of the White, Indian, & Asian men followed by getting rid of the rest of the men when convenient plus foreign born women need not apply.  If you look at the demographics of who is attacking the tech industry, they are primarily white and barring that non-foreign born minorities.

Indian men in tech committed an unforgivable sin in the eyes of feminists by being successful in the tech industry.  And they did while coming from a poor third world country where they were worse off than any American women.

  7 Responses to “The War On Indian Men Working In Tech”

  1. Also Indian men are notoriously spineless and will easily bow down to political correctness..aka, easy to manipulate. I don’t think one can be jealous of Indian men in tech. They are pretty much bottom of the barrell.

    • Yeah, this is precisely why feminists & liberals dont go after chinese tech workers

      They know Indian & american men dont have the balls to stand up to them

      Also theres nothing wrong with slapping a woman if she pisses you off

      Most indian women love playing the dont hit me im a bitch card, which is probably why alot of them get slapped in the first place

      African women are known to pick fights with men

      Most men knew women need a slap now & then to keep their emotional irrational nonsense in check

      Most men in rural India, outside of the pussified cities know how to backhand a bitchy whore

  2. “Bottom of the barrel? How?”

    Just to add to what you said – the heart and soul behind Google’s really fast searching algorithm is an Indian – Sanjay Ghemawat. He is the actual guy that invented it and it was carried forward by J.Dean.

    Also, behind Google’s core search algorithm is an Indian – Amit Singhal. He is the head of Google’s core ranking team, and also the vice president of the company.

    I am not sure in what sense he meant Indians are “bottom of the barrel”.

  3. […] for what can only be described as not being mangina enough.  (That last one is another example of the (white female) war on Indian/Indian-American men in tech.)  When it came out that Kane used to have a white nationalist boyfriend, used lots of racial […]

  4. “And they did while coming from a poor third world country where they were worse off than any American women.”

    I have my doubts. In my experience, most of them are from relatively well-off families in a culture where men are dominant.

    Of course, some Indian and other Asian tech workers are brilliant, but I don’t think the others should get credit because they are of the same ethnicity. I think the largest problem with them working in the US tech industry is that I think they are willing to work for less (remember their origin) and effectively are causing unemployment for US-born workers.

    • where men are dominant.

      False. You are buying into feminist propaganda. India is male-dominant to the same extent that US Republicans are ‘misogynists’ and waging a ‘war on women’. Exactly the same false narrative is present in both places, where a very whiteknighting, pedestalizing culture is still called oppressive to women.

  5. This sentence…

    I have my doubts. In my experience, most of them are from relatively well-off families in a culture where men are dominant.

    Contradicts this sentence..

    is that I think they are willing to work for less (remember their origin)

    So which is it? If they are from well-off families, why would they come here for low-status, below-US-market grunt work?

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