The RINJ Women have declared the Proud Boys cult a Public Enemy, particularly to All Women and Children all around the world.
The global women’s rights group sets out a list of things that its members and ordinary citizens as well as corporation leaders and business managers can do to help eradicate hate groups like the men-only ‘Proud Boys’ gang of scofflaws and fall-downs who aspire to anarchy and violence against women and children especially those of non-white races, and non-Christian cultures.
“The ‘Proud Boys’ intentionally disrupt people’s democratic government; have a preference for anarchy; seek means for violent aggression; appear to hate women and children by acting in a manner destructive to the lives of women and children; and plot to commit crimes against humanity” says Katie Alsop, a founder of RINJ Women.
One problem for humanity of White Supremacist Terrorists lies in Social Media
- Promote a killer he kills again.
- Promote a rapist he rapes again.
- Glorify terrorists and they commit more heinous crimes to stay in the spotlight.
Civil society must hold those who facilitate aggressive crimes against populations to account by legal and more creative extra legal means because nothing else now functions to protect children and their families.
Actions the ordinary citizen and businesses can take to protect the public.
- Deny members of Proud Boys access to airports and airlines
- Deny members of Proud Boys to children’s play areas, school yards, and children’s sports events.
- Deny members of Proud Boys entry into places where weapons, guns and ammunition are sold.
- Deny members of Proud Boys access to all Banks, Paypal, Stripe, and any fundraising institutes or crowd funding web sites like GoFundMe.
- Deny members of Proud Boys access to safety deposit boxes, bus terminals, public facilities like sports arenas, public swimming pools, and any place women and children may gather.
Warning to social media platforms against promoting mass murder, misogyny, rape and incest. Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto
Article by the executive, board of directors, staff and members of The RINJ Foundation.