Save the Boer – Death threats and murders on Farmers and Caucasians becoming more intense.
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This petition is to shed light on the atrocities occurring daily against the minority Boer (Caucasian) population of South Africa. We implore the United States government to enact immigration change, such as Australia is considering, protecting those who are at risk of genocide.
We need a 100 000 signature within 30 day for the White House’ consideration. It's very important to sign the Petition at the White House below:
Many people are still not informed and the mainstream media will not report the real situation the South Africans are facing. We need to change this and get serious. The world needs to know the truth.
Caucasians are being targeted for brutality and murder using the excuse of drummed up historical land ownership before there even was such a thing. This rhetoric is fueling the indignation of those who look to do torture and harm. This doesn't mean today's generation deserve to be targeted and killed. But this is the reality they live with everyday. It is increasing in intensity making the future of the white South African hopeless.
We need outside help, and at last some have taken notice and we thank Minister Peter Dutton and Andrew Laming of Australia for their courage in standing up for the South African Farmers/Boers. This is only the first step in helping the Farmers and others in South Africa who is at risk.
We pray more countries will follow suit. The more countries that get involved the more people will be saved.
We appeal to the US government to provide emergency visas to the Boer, farmers and to fast-track sponsorships for families, who are daily in grave danger and being discriminated against on the basis of their race and social class by their government.
The threats are real. There's plenty of evidence and proof. Take a look online and on YouTube etc... See what the media is not telling you. It's a dire situation.
Farmers are especially a soft target and their murders are particularly brutal and unrelenting - often tortured before death, and the numbers of these deaths are becoming worse every day.
Recently the South African government passed a motion to change section 25 of the South African constitution to allow the expropriation of land without compensation against the Boer.
The murders have escalated where it is not just the Farmers that are in real danger anymore but every person that is Caucasian. The EFF and their supporters have made this very clear.
We request emergency visas to the Boer (Caucasians), farmers and to fast-track sponsorships for our South African families. There are many people with Boer heritage from South Africa who, are now American citizens and permanent residents that can sponsor their families and help them integrate.
We are asking help with the following:
Fast tracking visas and sponsorships:
· Refugee Status or Asylum – Even though the Boers qualify for Asylum, this is not permanent and we ask for Asylum visas to be connected with an introduction of an Adoption visa after a period of time to help Boers settle in the USA officially to become legal residents and citizens over time. (The Adoption visa is basically a “substitute sponsorship” for an I-130 and others.)
· US Citizens’ sponsorships for unmarried children younger and over the age of 21; married children with/without children; brothers and sisters with or without spouses and children, plus parents.
· US Green card holders’ sponsorships for unmarried children younger and over the age of 21; married children with/without children; brothers and sisters with or without spouses and children, plus parents.
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