Петиция губернатору Брауну

Инициативная группа русскоязычных жителей Калифорнии обратилась с просьбой ко всей русскоязычной калифорнийской диаспоре подписать петицию и послать её губернатору штата. Суть петиции в том, что-бы потребовать от губернатора Брауна введения запрета, на расселении так называемых "сирийских беженцев", по территории штата Калифорния. Петицию необходимо отправить по адресу:

Governor Jerry Brown

c/o State Capitol, Suite 1173

Sacramento, CA 95814

Для чего распечатать и подписать следующий текст:

It came to our attention that there are plans to relocate Syrian refugees in Walnut Creek, Bay Area through the U. S. Refugee Admissions Program.

We, the US citizens and permanent residents of the Bay Area, value the Constitution that provides refuge and support to those who are persecuted and suffer all around the world. We are definitely for Immigration. However, now we face a different kind of refugees. They come from a country that is torn apart by a religious war. The huge majority of these refugees are Sunni Muslims. According to the summer poll one in five Syrians supports ISIS. A third of Syrians support the Al Nusra Front, which is affiliated with Al Qaeda. In reality things are even worse.

The existing screening process cannot prevent the terrorist infiltration into our homeland. It is especially true when you consider the fact that at least one of the seven terrorists in the latest terrorist attack in Paris on November 13, 2015, possessed a passport of a Syrian refugee. 129 people were killed.

San Bernardino terrorist attack just happened on December 2, 2015, which led to the murder of 14 Californians, celebrating Christmas.

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria’s official radio station has aired a statement saying the San Bernardino mass shooting was carried out by two «supporters» of the extremist group.

The FBI says Tashfeen Malik, the female terrorist, came to the US in July of 2014, on a fiancé visa, carrying a Pakistani passport. To get the visa, she had had to submit to an in-person interview and biometric and background checks to ensure she was not a threat to the public safety or national security, AP reported.

Malik applied for a permanent residency in September of 2014 and received a permanent resident green card in July of 2015 following further background checks by the FBI and Department of Homeland Security. Only after the terrorist attack took place, the Homeland Security discovered that she had provided false information about herself.

This single fact proves our statement that screening process is not efficient, if they could not find out truth about one person… and intention is to bring thousands. We do not want to allow this happen at our home town or at any place in California. We would like to follow the guidelines of the introduced Congress bill on restricting the influx of refugees into the US, who are fighting in Iraq and Syria.

Specifically, the bill would require the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of National Intelligence to certify to all 12 congressional committees that each refugee allowed into the U.S. has been satisfactorily screened for potential terrorism ties and is not a threat to national security.

Bringing Syrians to US should not be the only valuable solution.