3.30.2009

Government Contractor Fiscal Traitors: Booz Allen Hamilton PricewaterhouseCoopers KPMG/BearingPoint Deloitte Touche

Fiscal traitors are people who would fire American computer programmers, support personnel, technicians, software testers, accountants on US Government contracts and replace them with workers in India.

Does the US Congress know anything about this? If we need a stimulus bill to get Americans working again, why would US taxpayer money go to accountants in India? This is why I am not a fan of globalization. Americans get screwed.

In light of the recent public vilification of Wall Street bankers and financiers, you would think that the Big Four accounting/consulting firms would take heed. Instead they began laying off hundreds of Americans and hiring Indian workers in their place.

Everything that was predicted about globalization is taking place. Our American workers are being replaced by Third World workers, and now those jobs are white collar middle class jobs, too.

America and the Republican Party have been hoodwinked into supporting globalization of trade because they thought that it was a great vehicle to force American goods into Third World markets and devastate the local producers of those goods. They were right. Much misery resulted and no one cared. But now the other side of the coin in this devil's deal is becoming obvious: cheap labor. Cheap professional labor.

Stop US Government contractors from hiring anyone but American citizens with US taxpayer money! Now! Add it as a provision to the budget Congress is debating right now!

Let's see how much Americans care when their college educations do not protect them from "that big sucking sound" coming from South of the Border. Or East of the Border. Or West of the Border. Get it?






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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Protectionism isn't the answer. The USA is a nation of immigrants -- I am one of them. So, probably, were your ancestors. Good job they were welcome, huh?

Thoreau said...

It is laughable that many decry the bankrupt U.S. system yet those who run it are tax cheats. Interesting, the malfeasance of the government knows no bounds. Palin is a tax cheat yet gets to live in the lime light and have continued substantive impact on the lack of justice system that exists in the U.S. Of course the obviousness of Palin’s thievery on taxes is irrefutable just review her tax returns wherein she not only stole from the government she helps run by under reporting income and taking false tax deductions but she cheated the state of Alaska by filing phony expense reimbursement reports (and was actually compensated by the state for staying at her own home). Though Palin’s thievery is nothing in the context of Geithner or Mike Hamersley the high level government tax shelter lawyer who goes around confiscating income from honest citizens. Hamersley is perhaps the worst offender of all as he is a nationally renowned tax crusader who based on his own definition of tax fraud to the U.S. Senate purveyed massive tax fraud against the government he now works for utilizing sham foreign paper transactions to generate 100s of millions of phony tax deductions for his clients at KPMG. Of course KPMG, committed massive corporate tax fraud for its clients like the now bankrupt Citi. Though in defense of KPMG, the massive corporate tax fraud it purveyed pales in comparison to the financial statement fraud it engaged for its banking clients like Citi by falsely clearing balance sheets with Tier 3 sham investments and intentionally misevaluating sham derivative contracts such that the financial system crumbled and the costs to the citizens will run into the Trillions while all the while those that run KPMG like Tim Flynn earn their multimillion salaries from the high audit fees paid by their banking clients for issuing fraudulent financial statements which effectively the American people are now funding since if Citi was allowed to fail, KPMG would be out of business and Flynn would end up in the poor house instead of making millions. It is an awesome system if you are one of those like Flynn pulling the strings and defrauding the American people. Ask Flynn about his fraudulent Bermuda captive insurance company, Park, which is a sham paper company used to generate 100s of millions in phony tax losses for KPMG partners (just like it does for its corporate clients) and cheat future partners out of profits by deferring settlement payments for years through sham contracts devised by Claudia Taft of KPMG.

Tax Partner said...

Thoreau, please help me out here. I am a bit confused by your statements about Hamersley. I read Travails in Tax and personally observed Hamersley's testimony before the Senate Finance Committee. He seems like an exceedingly honest guy to me. Didn't KPMG say Hamersely had absolutely no involvement or knowledge of tax shelters in its press release to the Senate Finance Committee after Hamersley testified in October 2003? I read that KPMG press release on the PBS Frontline website. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/tax/interviews/release.html

I Concur with Tax Partner said...

Whistlewhat (aka Thoreau, Angry Citi Invetor, Angry Citi Shareholder–I have to admit it is difficult to keep track of all the liases you are using to post identical comments while appearing to be different bloggers.):

Surely your comments about Hamersely are an April Fools joke, right? Otherwise, they just don’t make any sense at all. I too am highly skeptical that your bold statements about Hamersley could be based on any reliable evidence at all. I too read Travails in Tax and personally observed Hamersley’s testimony before the Senate Finance Committee. He seems like an exceedingly honest guy to me too. Yeah, isn't it a fact that KPMG said Hamersely had absolutely no involvement or knowledge of tax shelters in its press release to the Senate Finace Committee after Hamersley testified in October 2003? I read that KPMG press release on the PBS Frontline website. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/tax/interviews/release.html
See also Hamersley Senate Finance Committee Testimony 003 TNT 204-35 online at http://finance.senate.gov/hearings/testimony/2003test/102103mhtest.pdf

Are you suggesting Hamersley and KPMG are in cahoots? Wow, that would be a bold strategy seeing as Hamersley sued the crap out of them. Case No. BC 297209, Los Angeles Superior Court (June 23, 2003.), also reported in Tax Notes Today full copy of complaint 2003 TNT 124-5

Anonymous said...

Sorry I am at Booz Allen and we really don't hire any except Americans. I think you need to check your facts before you blast folks.