Inder statt Kinder?

A very different perspective on outsourcing: Europeans going to India to work there! Yay for globalisation! I mean it!!

Makes one think though: India appears to have very liberal immigration rules. It is unimaginable for an Indian to come to Europe on vacation and look for (and find!) a legal job here. Doesn't seem to be a problem in India. I wonder whether those people get a comparable standard of living out of their job, adjusted for lower cost of living. Right now, it looks like it's more a kind of extended, exotic work-life-balance thing. Not that that cannot be fun!

But presumably, it won't be long before the BJP starts a campaign against migrant workers from Europe. I am sure there will be a Hindi analogy to the German slogan which rhimes on Europeans ...

BOTD: "It's evolutionary, going from governor to president, and this is a significant step, to be able to vote for yourself on the ballot, and I'll be able to do so next fall, I hope." - In an interview with the Associated Press, March 8, 2000 Doesn't that give a whole new meaning to creationism??

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