Who are Proud Boys
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Who are Proud Boys

The Proud Boys is an extreme right-wing, male-oriented, and anti-liberal political group that portrays itself as a fraternity that exists to advance the cause of “heraldry, freedom, and pride for all Americans.” Its members wear dress shirts with red ink and use haircuts similar to those of the Redneck National Party (also known as the Skinhead movement). They are commonly involved in right-wing political activism.

According to its beliefs, the United States government is full of liberal and heavy influences and should be replaced with a strong nation-state. The Proud Boys believes in the idea of a “pure” American culture and are commonly involved in “patriotic trolling,” which involved wearing patriotic t-shirts at politically incorrect events. Its international activities include participation in Identity Evropons, a loosely-knit group that provides online support to right-wing or far-right groups in Europe and North America.

On the day of the presidential election, a member of the Proud Boys stood out in front of a large crowd of protesters in Washington, D.C., chanting, “Hey, tell the Obama-ettes how you’re feeling – we want more change!” He was taken into custody by police after disrupting the swearing-in ceremony of President-elect Obama. The slogan that the Proud Boys repeated that day was, “We are not going to accept any more of this social injustice.” In a related incident, another individual was arrested in St. Louis after he disrupted a rally organized by the Republican National Committee.

On Dec. 12, the Proud Boys participated in a massive “black lives Matter” rally outside the historic black church in Protest, D.C. The group waved signs that said, “I am not a racist,” and sang songs that promoted social justice. According to several press reports, the protesters were removed from the historic black church by security guards, who claimed they were trespassing. Video recordings of the skirmish show one of the hooded men saying, “You know I’m not a racist, you Jew boy?”

One of the most exciting things about this latest episode is its similarity with the saga that occurred two years ago when members of an Internet forum started a rumor that President Barack Obama was a Muslim. The bogus rumors spread quickly, and eventually, the White House had to issue a strongly worded statement denying the claims. Similar situations have played out across many different forums and on Twitter. It appears that members of the Proud Boys aren’t above using online “free speech” venues to sling their anti-liberal bona fides. A quick perusal through their archive will reveal their penchant for name-calling, and perhaps that’s why the recent kerfuffle mill over the “Pilipin County USA” map is so interesting.

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On the same day as the “Pilipin County USA” map story, an anti-government blogger was arrested in his home after he made an explosive speech against the government. The arrest happened while enraging some local Tea Party activists. According to the blogger, the United States government is run by “socialist snobs who are out to make your life harder.” The self-proclaimed anti-radioman said that his political views were nothing like white supremacy groups or the Weatherman’s Club. He had no idea that he was breaking the law by participating in an online rally against government policies he opposes. But thanks to his computer skills, he ended up making a video that he posted to YouTube. He called the Tea Party “tyrants” and accused them of being unpatriotic for complaining about the federal highway project.

The Proud Boys don’t seem to mind associating themselves with a white-power group that publicly attacks other groups. During a rally in March, they linked arms and waved American and red flags together. Before the rally got underway, a man was pepper-sprayed by one of the Proud Boys. Later in the rally, a member was seen taking pictures of a protestor escorted out of the park. When asked about it, he told reporters that he was a photographer and didn’t know why the protestor had been sprayed.

The Anti-American demonstration at the historic black church came just one week after the sniper attack in Dallas that killed five black people. Several people were wounded in that shooting, and a police officer was killed. The far-right Proud Boys has a website promoting their participation in events such as the Dallas rallies. Members have been seen at several other far-right events in D.C., including a gathering of white-power groups at the foot of the Washington monument. Police have not yet said if they are investigating the link between the Proud Boys and the far-right groups in D.C.

There may be more to this story than meets the eye. The Proud Boys has taken a strong stance against the protesters in D.C. and the rest of the country. If there is truth to the accusations, it could very well mean trouble for the United States’ future president. Tuesday’s presidential debate in St. Louis may put a question on the radar screen of both candidates about how serious they plan to be about curtailing political correctness.

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