I had posted some information about the Boogaloo Bois yesterday and I wanted to follow up with some images that the (fake) main stream media refuses to show. So let’s get this straight. “Boogaloo” is a meme. That is how it was started, and for the most part, that is how it is used.
There is a lot of mis-information claiming this is some kind of “group” that “someone can join”.
It is like Black Lives Matter. While there is a massive amount of people looting, and burning and killing in the name of “Black Lives Matter”. The vast majority of these people supporting this movement (BLM) are good people fighting for what they think is right.
Below is a bunch of memes (since that is what the Boogaloo is in its purest form), of the “Boogaloo” or “Boogaloo Bois” or realated memes. This is what I found simply by doing a google search.
At the bottom of this page is a scholarly article from Middlebury.edu
Facebook users active in the Boogaloo movement saw the protests in Minneapolis that began May 26 as a possible catalyst for revolution, upheaval, even a civil war, based not on racial tensions but on anti-government and anti-police resistance. Within the Boogaloo movement, gun ownership and individual liberty generally precede white supremacist and neo-Nazi sentiments, and many Facebook groups make a point of disavowing racism and National Socialists (“Natsocs”). [9, 10, 11] Administrators of pages such as Big Igloo Bois and Boojahadeen Memes actively supported the anti-racist and Black Lives Matter protests. They adopt a combination of serious moral tirades against police brutality and government capriciousness with memes and images typical of informal political groups. The Boogaloo movement claims a distinctly non-racial approach to anti-government action. As an example, affiliates on Facebook share images supporting gun ownership in African-American communities as a means of defense against abuses by police. Similarly, these Facebook groups draw clear parallels between George Floyd and figures of libertarian and gun-rights movements who have been killed by police in the past.