If an Indian business does a better job at the services I provide or is as good at a better price, then I'm out of business. I own a small business. I'm not a globalist--if I could eliminate foreign competition, I would. I'm like any capitalist, I would love to have a monopoly of some kind--against any competion, foreign or otherwise. But I don't.
I provide services internationally and have to be able to compete internationally. I have no choice. I have to be price competitive and I am.
Would my ox be gored if I went out of business? I hope I'm a bigger man than that. Nobody's entitled to a $75,000 a year job. Nobody's entitled to have their business stay in business. Nobody's entitled to have the world stay the same for their entire career and to have demand for their services increase steadily throughout their life.
Learning a skill for employment is risk taking just like going into business. It's just that businessmen are more honest with themselves about the risks they take. If you train to make swords, guns come along and make you obsolete. If you train in COBOL, along comes Java and C# and you are obsolete. You either adapt or whine.
Anyone who expects guarantees in life is a democrat or a foolish republican. Do I wish it worked another way? Sure. Does it? Nope. So no sense complaining. As my wife says when disappointment happens, "Suit up, show up, and shut up about it."
globalism presupposes the obsolesence of nationalism, ethnocentrism and many other political ideologies that ultimately cause people to align against abstract concepts like "free trade."
Moreover, how come Mexicans who come here illegally can buy property in the U.S., but Americans who LEGALLY emigrate to Mexico cannot (or at least not without significant restrictions). It's all hypocrisy, the same way the Saudis who act indigant about the treatment of Muslims abroad is ridiculous given the fact that Saudis don't allow Bibles into the country.
We live in bizarro world.