Indians should stop talking away livelyhood of middle class americans. care for americans

July 31, 2017, 11:20 am

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The debate "Indians should stop talking away livelyhood of middle class americans. care for americans" was started by blue_rayy on July 31, 2017, 11:20 am. 11 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 32 people are on the disagree side. That might be enough to see the common perception. It looks like most people are against to this statement.

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ThePhilosopher posted 1 argument, Tabu posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.

blue_rayy, KCave05, kill_all_idiots, SirIntegra and 7 visitors agree.
ThePhilosopher, FrankFlank, DrakeVonSchweetz, dg9392, shubham90012, Tabu, kunal42, portugues1999 and 24 visitors disagree.

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If u aren't aware let me tell u America is a developed and globalised country. Indians or any other non American are employed in America is it really there fault? They competed with many other privileged americans and got that job. Blaming Indians for the pathetic condition of middle class Americans only shows how much Americans lack in competing with ppl of still not developed country. Americans are not less then anyone but if u think Indians are taking up jobs which Americans are more capable of then prove it, by competing with them and by coming first in those competitive interviews and exams rather than blaming Indians for what u weren't able to get/achieve.

3 months, 2 weeks ago
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I agree with your sentiment, but I would also like to say that few other nations will show such leniancy to outsiders, especially unskilled ones. Also, having many unemployed people in the nation will create a drain on our economy for everyone.

What many people miss however is that migrants don't just come and take our jobs. they need a place to live (more construction), they need to eat (more shops and farms), they need things (more manufacturing, more services). they create jobs. the economy is not a zero sum game. more working people is not bad and they don't steal jobs, they increase the size of the entire economy.

I do believe we should think of our nation and our people first, but we should do it smart and not shoot ourselves in the foot with protectionist and xenophobic police's that hurt more than they help.

4 months ago

I think it should be noted that Indians or any other ethnic group are not taking jobs away they are simply coming here and competing for jobs that are available. The state that they are taking jobs is to say that Americans are entitled to any and every job that is available. I honestly do not see a problem with an Indian, or again, any ethnic group being gainfully employed in a field in which they are qualified in and can competently do the work required.

4 months ago

depends on which indians you are talking about?

the native American Indians by all means take the jobs you had this country first we are meer guest that have overstepped our welcome long ago

now if you are India indians I have an ancestor from India I don't hate you I don't dislike you I am not against y'all this is all I'm going to say if you think you can have all the jobs you are wrong that's selfish rude greedy and self absorbed now I would very much so recommend you making some companies of your own along side some going and getting a job that has been in the USA before you, or your ancestors just don't take all of them we need to build the USA not take away from others

4 months, 1 week ago

This is just sad. Blame it on the Indians that theyre smart enough to get good jobs and youre not.

6 months, 3 weeks ago

i agree with that 100%

i dont want any american to be unemployed because of some Indians who dont care for americans.

Stop Stealing American Jobs.

Its painful to be unemployed.

6 months, 3 weeks ago
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