USBC Media

Official Statement on the USBC's View of Law Enforcement

Official Statement Regarding the Recent Release of an Interview Video by Just Another Channel

Official Statement from the Board of Directors of the United States Boogalier Corps

 

For Immediate Public Release

 

Regarding the recent video titled “Boogaloo Bois & Proud Boys UNITE” released on 22 July 2020 by Just Another Channel that was edited from the original interview with our organization dated 20 July 2020, the Board of Directors has issued the following statement on 28 July 2020. 

 

The title of the video making the claim that our organization, The United States Boogalier Corps and/or our media arm The Hibiscus Society, has united with the Proud Boys organization is misleading. While it is true that two members of the Board of Directors and one member of our media arm did meet a member of the Proud Boys during the interview with Just Another Channel, there was no formal uniting of the two organizations, nor is there any plan to unite, formally or informally. 

 

While it is true that the two organizations share some of the same core values, such as minimal government and maximum freedom, the two also have opposing values, such as the Proud Boys’ values of “venerating the housewife” and “Western chauvinism” that the United States Boogalier Corps does not hold as values. While the United States Boogalier Corps supports the right of individuals and organizations to hold whatever values and beliefs they choose, the Board of Directors doesn’t feel that the Proud Boys’ values embody the spirit of the Boogaloo movement, and there will be no unification of the two organizations, officially or unofficially. The two organizations may work toward some similar goals, but the core values of the two organizations are in opposition, and efforts to realize the respective goals of each organization are carried out by those organizations according to their own code of ethics. There is no reality to the idea that the two organisations have any intent to unite or merge, the opinions of any individuals in either organization about either organization are strictly the opinions of those individuals, and do not represent the opinions of their respective organizations. 

   - The Board of Directors

Official Statements from the USBC Board of Directors

USBC MEDIA 

Official Statement Regarding Recent Media Statements Maligning the Boogaloo Movement based on the Alleged Actions of Individuals

Official Statement from the Board of Directors of the United States Boogalier Corps

 

For Immediate Public Release  

 

Regarding the bias in the media against the Boogaloo movement based on the alleged criminal actions of a few individuals who acted alone and were not known to the USBC before their arrests, the Board of Directors has released the following statement on 16 August 2020. 

  

Recently our movement has been under misguided scrutiny from various media outlets without having contacted our membership. We have been labeled racists and terrorists. This is categorically false. We are being mislabeled by the media to spread fear in these uncertain times. Such a calculated move is called “yellow press.” This term refers to false or misleading press releases meant to spread misinformation on a subject to influence public opinion. The fact is that we have been labeled as terrorists because of a misconstrued report that was greatly blown out of proportion. Unfortunately, this reprehensible act is all too common in our world today – where the court of public opinion takes precedence over facts. The USBC Board of Directors is more than willing to have actual interviews with media outlets, all they have to do is contact us. 

 

Our movement categorically rejects the alleged criminal acts committed by Steven Carillo, Robert Justus Jr., Stephen Parshall, Andrew Lynam, William Loomis, Chevy Lee McGee, Philip Russel Archibald, Aaron Swenson, Joshua Barnard, and Kevin Ackley. We do not accept or condone the alleged actions these men took. Their alleged actions do not align with our principles. Whether or not they actually committed the crimes they’re being charged with is irrelevant, the USBC does not condone criminal activity, nor do we tolerate it. We hope that they will receive a fair trial, but the media has already said so much about these individuals, the Boogaloo movement, and an alleged connection between the two that we are concerned that any jury called to render a verdict is already biased against them. While we have seen no conclusive evidence to support the claim that these individuals were part of the Boogaloo movement, we can say with certainty that they were not a part of the USBC and have never had any connection with us. 

 

The claim that our movement is piggybacking off showing support for Black Lives Matter protests is so dense and far off base, and it could not be further from the truth. We march because we believe that anyone should be able to walk around without the fear of being killed or unfairly discriminated against by the police. We stand for liberty and justice for all – no exception.  

 

The USBC will continue to stand alongside anyone who believes that everyone is created equal. We are sons and daughters, Christians and Muslims, Black and White, and we will not be divided. We see no color, favor no creed or lack thereof, and don’t believe in discrimination based on the way a person is born. Our movement is inherently American. We believe in a better America than what we have now. We do not care about race, religion, gender, or anything else. We do not care about  our differences because the one uniting factor is that we are Americans. While we want to protect our people from government overreach and corruption, we will not defend or support convicted criminals within our ranks, and those arrested for alleged criminal acts will have to settle the matter through the proper legal channels. The USBC will support justice for everyone, even the worst criminals deserve their day in court. 

 

Signed

- The Board of Directors

Official Statement from the Board of Directors of the United States Boogalier Corps

For Immediate Public Release

 

Regarding law enforcement agencies and their agents, the Board of Directors of the United States Boogalier Corps has issued the following statement on 28 July 2020.

 

Laws are an essential part of every society. When just laws are passed to legally protect individuals and defend the rights of the individual, the need for their enforcement is unquestionable. However, when laws are passed that would unjustly infringe on the rights of individuals, we believe that it becomes the duty of every American to oppose the unjust legislation and push for it to be repealed or replaced with just legislation. This should be done legally, peacefully, and through the right channels.

Laws are passed by the government, and law enforcement agencies are the government agencies tasked with enforcing the law. The agencies that enforce the law have no option other than enforcing unjust laws with the just ones, and while individual law enforcement agents can choose to issue warnings for the violation of some laws, they have no warning option when it comes to laws that are considered to be of a certain severity level. While some of those more severe laws are just, others may not be.

 

We understand that the purpose of law enforcement agencies and their agents is to enforce the law and collect evidence against those suspected of criminal activity, while the judicial process determines guilt or innocence and handles sentencing of those found guilty. We support law enforcement agencies and their agents in their efforts to enforce just laws, defend and support victims of crime, and defend the rights of individuals. We do not support their enforcement of unjust laws, and we encourage the revocation or replacement of those unjust laws with just legislation. It is the duty of every American to petition for the revocation or replacement of unjust laws within their districts, and to make their will known to their legislators.

 

Law enforcement agencies and their agents are not inherently enemies of our movement, nor should they automatically be treated as such. We encourage our members to use sound judgement when dealing with law enforcement, cooperate fully with the enforcement of just laws, and to utilize their fifth amendment right to remain silent if the need presents itself. While there may be concerns that undercover law enforcement agents are infiltrating our groups, there is nothing illegal being planned in our groups, so there should be nothing for any infiltrating agents to find. Unjustified attacks against law enforcement agents are not welcome in the movement, nor will they be tolerated. However, justifiable use of force in self-defense against law enforcement agents if they are actively violating the rights of our members or otherwise engaging in criminal activity to victimize our members is both welcome and encouraged. No-knock home invasions where law enforcement doesn’t immediately identify themselves, warrantless home invasions, and warrantless searches are justifiable reasons for self-defense, and we encourage our members to take appropriate actions to defend themselves against any illegal actions committed by law enforcement. Detainment of offending agents is best when possible, but if lethal force is the only option, members must take action to prevent further injustice, injury, or death. Our members should act only in accordance with the relevant laws in their jurisdiction when faced with such a conflict to better help their legal defense. Incidents should be reported immediately to a different law enforcement agency in the same jurisdiction, and they should be reported to other members so that we can work from our end to help in defense of our members.

Signed

   - The Board of Directors

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