How The 'Boogaloo Bois' Threaten Black America

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William Anderson
March 3, 2021

The “Boogaloo Bois” may sound like a joke, but they’re not. This white supremacist group has been gaining increased attention in recent years because of their racist origins and their plans to do things that could further destablize the country as we know it.

This white movement, with an affinity for Hawaiian floral shirt patterns as one of their symbols, has neo-nazi and white extremist ties that extend far and wide. They even have links to the U.S. military, like many other white supremacist groups. Their plans are very disturbing.

Ultimately, the group is decentralized, but they want to topple the government – so they function as provocateurs looking for conflicts that they can manipulate to achieve their goals. They want another civil war, and they’re trying to find a way to get there.

Energized by the attack on the U.S. Capitol, the Boogaloos are mobilizing – and that’s why Black America has to be on alert. New white supremacist movements are proliferating every day and connecting to build movements we should be informed about.

Whether it’s Patriot Front, Oath Keepers, Boogaloos, or Proud Boys, there are plenty of different names and groups for those who want to do Black America harm. Many of them are friendly with law enforcement, too – so the first step to self-defense is knowing who they are!

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