- Video on a US website shows Indian families secretly filmed at Ohio park
- 'Indian crowd has ravished Midwest,' man who shot video is heard saying
- A report said he had posted the video in August and it has surfaced again
The 2:49 minute video is titled 'Welcome to Columbus Ohio Suburbs -- Let's Take a Walk to Indian Park' and according to BuzzFeed News it has been created by 66-year-old computer programmer from Virginia named Steve Pushor.
It has been posted on the website saveamericanitjobs.org. "The Indian crowd has ravished the Midwest. It's crazy. I ask this question -- what happened to all the American people that used to live in this middle, upper-middle class neighbourhood. Where does all this money come from," the man remarks as he walks through the park secretly filming the video.
Young children are seen running around and playing on the swings while their parents and guardians watch on. "I'm not saying it's bad or good. I'm worried about the people that had jobs and worked here," the man says in the video.
As he records the video showing some men playing volleyball, Pushor comments that till last year the Indian crowd was playing cricket and they have now turned to volleyball, migrating "towards the American way of life". As he pans his camera across the unsuspecting crowd, he remarks that the number of people from foreign countries "blows my mind out here".
"This is an amazing number of jobs that have been taken away, more than last year or year before. It's crazy inanity," he comments, as he shows young children running around the park, playing on the swings and women standing and talking. He also remarks that he can "get away" with taking the video instead of taking pictures.
Pushor comments on the "traditional outfits" that the Indian women are wearing, saying it is "phenomenally mind blowing".
Pushor told BuzzFeed News that he is trying to point out that "people in Ohio, IT workers and other professional people, have lost their jobs to foreign guest workers. That's what our point is."
The report said Pushor had initially posted the video in August and it has re-surfaced again recently.
The website saveamericanitjobs.org says its mission is to "save American IT jobs for future generations" and has sections like 'Indian IT Mafia' and posts on 'I lost my job to H1B' and 'the perpetuated H-1B scam that is hurting USA IT workers and abusing H-1B Indians'.
Concerns over safety have risen among the Indian community in the US following the hate crime shooting of Indian engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla in Kansas last month.