August 08, 2017

Kyle McInnes: Who are the Proud Boys?

Jay FayzaRebel Columnist

The Proud Boys have become a lightning rod for attacks from the leftists mainstream-media, so I've been conducting my own investigation to debunk this inaccurate coverage.

I met with Kyle McInnes, brother of Gavin, who explained what the Proud Boys really stand for.

He explained that they did not intend to become a politicized organization, but that they were forced into that position as a result of constant negative press coverage.

WATCH my interview to hear Kyle's opinion on who they really are, and about the four degrees of Proud Boy membership.

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commented 2017-09-17 03:33:03 -0400
This article makes me wonder if what these young men did was in an effort to Gian the next level of membership to the ""Proud boys" fraternity. It may be “just a joke” to this informal group but the First Nations group they were harassing wasn’t laughing. Is it right for First Nations to protest monuments? That itself reeks of revenge and undermines reconciliation, but the insensitivity demonstrated by these young men only made matters worse. We will never see eye to eye if all we do is threaten and intimidate each other. The First Nations group has a point, we are paying tribute to a man who tried to decimate their population through a head tax. It was a different time, but the injury was real. Lets acknowledge it, and use this monument to tell the truth from both sides and stop fighting each other.
commented 2017-09-11 11:45:04 -0400
Just because you think it’s beyond idiocy to go about in army gear as part of non-army clubs that are often oriented towards intimidation for political purposes (consistent with the CIA definition of terrorism), does not mean that you are left wing.

Imagine the outrage that would be heard here if some soldiers in uniform were, outside of command chain structures, going around to white supremacist events for deterrence purposes.

Private citizens have rights.

When in uniform, you are not a private citizen.

Any appearance that organized groups are entering the military for the purpose of using their status as service member to enhance intimidation effects for political purposes, will have to be defended against with the maximum of vigourousness necessary to keeps things sensible.

Will others take the slap on the wrist as permission or a warning? If it is the first, the public will need to know that far more severe is also well within pre-authorized possibility.
commented 2017-08-08 18:32:15 -0400
JAY , maybe you could video your initiation
commented 2017-08-08 18:32:12 -0400
I would describe hat these guys are trying to promote is reasoned, responsible Chauvinism – Pride in Nation, and western culture is not racism. – only real racists would see it that way.