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They hold up things like the McVeigh bombing of the Oklahoma City federal building and the armed response to Ruby Ridge as heroic moments in American history", which they view as citizens standing up to government oppression.
The groups and individuals often self-identify as libertarian, although a few individuals have also described themselves as adherents of other ideologies, including anarcho-capitalism and minarchism.
In June , the Department of Homeland Security DHS tweeted in reply to a Politico  article about the boogaloo movement that an intelligence bulletin released by the agency "does NOT identify the Boogaloo movement as left-wing OR right-wing" and stated that "they are simply violent extremists from both ends of the ideological spectrum".
Could there be somebody that has different sympathies that's part of it? It's predominantly rightwing". Memes referring to the "boogaloo", a violent uprising or civil war, developed simultaneously among anti-government and white supremacist online communities in the early s.
According to the SPLC, both types of communities regularly used the term to refer to racist violence or a race war. They traced usage of the meme back to on the now-defunct Iron March website, a fascist and neo-Nazi web forum known as the birthplace of the Atomwaffen Division , a neo-Nazi terrorist organization.
Extremism researchers took notice of the word boogaloo being used in the context of the boogaloo movement in , when they observed it being used among fringe groups including militias, gun rights movements, and white supremacist groups.
They attribute surges in popularity to a viral incident in November where a military veteran posted content mentioning the boogaloo on Instagram during a standoff with police and to the December impeachment of Donald Trump.
On March 12, , Duncan Lemp, a boogaloo Facebook group leader, was fatally shot by police in a no-knock raid of his home in Potomac , Maryland.
Police had obtained a no-knock search warrant based on a tip that Lemp was violating a restriction from possessing firearms, although Lemp's family has said they were unaware that he was under any such restriction.
MacNab, a fellow of the George Washington University extremism program, has described Lemp as a " martyr " of the boogaloo movement and warned that the increase in anti-police sentiment among boogaloo group members following his death may lead to violence against the police in the "foreseeable future".
Adherents of the boogaloo movement have been observed at pro-gun rights demonstrations, protests against COVID lockdowns, and the George Floyd protests which began in May and continued through the year.
These included allowances for localities to ban firearms from venues and functions, red flag legislation that would allow law enforcement to confiscate weapons from those considered a risk to themselves or others, a law that would require background checks to buy or transfer a firearm, and a law that would impose a limit on the number of handguns that could be purchased in a month.
Adherents of the movement were also observed attending the anti-lockdown protests that began in mid-April throughout the United States, including in Washington , Tennessee , and New Hampshire.
Some members of boogaloo groups attended the protests that occurred across the United States beginning in May in response to the killing of George Floyd.
Some are acting as self-appointed security, vowing to protect businesses from protesters. Some say they're monitoring the protests.
Some are white supremacists trying to antagonize protesters". Groups belonging to the boogaloo movement organize on mainstream online platforms including Facebook , Instagram, Twitter and Reddit , in chat rooms on Discord and Telegram, and on more obscure platforms such as 4chan.
Social media companies have taken steps to limit boogaloo content and groups on their platforms. However, Squire observed in mid-June that despite Facebook's policy and enforcement changes to remove and demote boogaloo-related content, membership among boogaloo groups on the platform as well as on Discord and Reddit had remained steady or increased.
Since , at least 31 people affiliated with the boogaloo movement have been arrested and five deaths have been publicly linked to boogaloo rhetoric.
At the time of the attacks, Carrillo was an active-duty member of an elite Air Force unit tasked with guarding American military personnel at unsecure foreign airfields.
A patch with a boogaloo symbol and a ballistic vest bearing the boogaloo symbol of an American flag with an igloo instead of stars were also found in the white van allegedly used in the murders.
Authorities linked the crimes to the boogaloo movement and said Carrillo and an accomplice used recent demonstrations against racial injustice as a cover to attack law enforcement.
On October 8, , a federal indictment against six men associated with the Wolverine Watchmen, a Michigan-based militia group, was unsealed.
The indictment charges the men with plotting to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer and violently overthrow the state government.
Authorities reportedly found links between some of the suspects arrested with the broader boogaloo movement. The leader of the group was known online as "Boogaloo Bunyan".
Three men who identified themselves as members of the boogaloo movement were arrested on May 30, on terrorism charges in Las Vegas , Nevada.
The men, who had been plotting since April to bomb an electrical substation , had decided instead to focus on the protests that were happening throughout the country in response to the killing of George Floyd.
At an anti-lockdown protest in Las Vegas several days earlier, they had told a confidential informant that they intended to try to incite violence and kick off a riot at a Floyd protest.
They were arrested when they were found filling canisters with gasoline and creating Molotov cocktails on their way to such a protest on May 30, and each was charged with the federal crimes of conspiracy to damage and destroy by fire and explosive and possession of unregistered firearms.
They were also accused in state court of felony conspiracy, terrorism, and possession of explosives. Law enforcement believe the men are affiliated with the boogaloo movement.
Both men were wearing Hawaiian shirts when they were arrested; one also had boogaloo patches and a flag; the other had two pistols and two long guns.
On June 13, the Attorney's Office in the Northern District of Texas announced they had arrested a personal trainer with ties to the boogaloo movement.
The man was arrested on steroids -related drug charges and in a search of his home law enforcement agents found steroids and firearms.
The man had previously posted on social media about using " guerrilla warfare " against members of the National Guard deployed at the George Floyd protests, committing violence against looters and "hunting Antifa ".
Foster reportedly identified with the boogaloo movement and had expressed anti-racist, libertarian, and anti-police views in his Facebook posts.
On October 23, the Attorney's Office in the District of Minnesota announced they had filed federal charges against an alleged agent provocateur who traveled from Texas to Minneapolis to participate in a George Floyd protest on May 27—28, In Minneapolis, the man allegedly fired 13 rounds from an AK style automatic rifle into a police precinct while civilians were believed to be inside.
The group was armed with pistols, an AK style rifle, and AR style rifles, and had many magazines attached to their vests. Shortly before, Carrillo is alleged to have assassinated a Federal Protective Services officer who was providing security near the Ronald V.
Dellums Federal Building in Oakland, California , blocks away from an unrelated Black Lives Matter protest, per criminal charges that were filed against him in California.
On November 23, , a police officer approached the Mahopac, New York , home of a year-old Afghanistan War veteran , to investigate an accusation of domestic violence.
When the man refused to come out, police set up a cordon around his home. The man began streaming the events on his gun-themed Instagram account, where he used the username "Whiskey Warrior ".
The man, who was wearing body armor and armed with a knife, believed police had arrived to confiscate a round magazine under his state's red flag laws.
One follower with a large following of his own encouraged others to travel to the town and "shoot traitors". The man's own posts became increasingly threatening, but he surrendered to police after a seven-hour standoff.
He was arrested on charges related to the domestic violence accusation. The county sheriff's office denied the man's claims that the arrest was related to weapons and reported that officers had found no firearms or magazines in the home.
A Facebook user was arrested on April 11, in Texas after streaming a live video on Facebook in which he stated he was driving around looking for police officers to ambush.
He was apprehended after a high-speed police chase and found to be wearing a bulletproof vest and carrying loaded firearms and ammunition.
The man had shared boogaloo memes on his Facebook page and other adherents of the movement watched and commented during his live stream.
He had also posted a photo to Facebook the day after the shooting of Duncan Lemp in which he wore a Hawaiian shirt and combat vest and used the hashtag " HisNameWasDuncan".
The Attorney's Office for the District of Minnesota announced on September 4, that they had filed terrorism charges against two men who they alleged had attempted to offer their services as "mercenaries" to an undercover FBI agent they believed to be a senior member of Hamas.
The men had also allegedly discussed attacking various targets, including police, white supremacists, government officials and monuments, and members of the media.
The Daily Beast observed in an article published on October 9, that four state and federal operations to arrest a total of sixteen individuals associated with the boogaloo movement had transpired over the previous seven days, including the arrests of the men involved in the plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Whitmer.
They noted the uptick in arrests could be attributed to increased law enforcement attention on the movement, but that it could also be explained by increased criminal activity by boogaloo-affiliated people and groups.
Federal law enforcement agencies and supporting organizations have issued statements warning of the possibility of violence related to the boogaloo movement.
The National Capital Region Threat Intelligence Consortium, a fusion center that aids the DHS and other federal national security and law enforcement groups, wrote, "the District [of Columbia] is likely an attractive target for violent adherents of the boogaloo ideology due to the significant presence of US law enforcement entities, and the wide range of First Amendment-Protected events hosted here".
The report also warned that adherents may live in D. On June 19, the DHS published an intelligence report that drew a similar conclusion and stated that " domestic terrorists advocating for the boogaloo very likely will take advantage of any regional or national situation involving heightened fear and tensions to promote their violent extremist ideology and call supporters to action".
On June 26, , Attorney General William Barr announced in a memo that he had created a Department of Justice task force to investigate "anti-government extremists" who had disrupted protests and attacked members of law enforcement, specifically identifying the boogaloo movement and "Antifa" as targets of the task force's investigation.
Members of the Trump administration have made misleading statements incorrectly attributing boogaloo-related violence to radical leftist activists and inaccurately suggesting that the May and June killings of two police and security officers were tied to racial justice protests.
A federal officer in California, an African American enforcement hero, was shot and killed. These are not acts of peaceful protest.
These are acts of domestic terror. Underwood's tragic murder was not part of any demonstration, but an act of a violent, armed white supremacist Pence's lies attempt to discredit important movements for social justice, and to move blame away from violent white supremacist murder.
On May 1, , Facebook amended its policy on violence and incitement to prohibit boogaloo and similar terms "when used with images or statements depicting armed violence".
TikTok hides hashtags related to the boogaloo movement, and their content policies prohibit videos containing firearms outside of a few exceptions, such as when used in a fictional context or when "used in a safe and controlled environment such as a shooting range".
A Twitter spokesperson said that Twitter views boogaloo content as free expression and does not ban accounts solely for their use of the term, but that they had banned numerous accounts that used the term for violating other policies, such as trying to circumvent a previous ban.
In a June 24, article on Vice , Tess Owen wrote that some of the most active boogaloo communities were on Discord, a chat program popular among online gamers.
With 2, users, it was believed to be the largest boogaloo community on Discord. The community created and migrated to a subreddit after their removal from Discord, but Reddit banned the subreddit shortly afterward.
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Accelerationism is the idea that white supremacists should try to increase civil disorder — accelerate it — in order to foster polarization that will tear apart the current political order…Accelerationists hope to set off a series of chain reactions, with violence fomenting violence, and in the ensuing cycle more and more people join the fray.
When confronted with extremes, so the theory goes, those in the middle will be forced off the fence and go to the side of the white supremacists.
If violence can be increased sufficiently, the System will run out of lackeys and collapse, and the race war will commence.
Brookings reported that accelerationists take a nod from a Neo-Nazi, James Mason, who came into his ideologies in the s as a teenager and published a newsletter called Seige from to While various extremist groups hold the belief that an internal war in the U.
S is impending, all of the groups that want a civil war do not have the same ideologies. The use of the term Boogaloo is not exclusive to white supremacists.
It is used by those who think law enforcement and the government should be overthrown. Experts say groups will jump into causes that are not really their own in order to try to create disorder and to invoke police or other law enforcement to respond with violence.
I think for a lot of boogaloo-ers, their primary interest is resisting the state, what they believe to be state tyranny. They have this hostility towards law enforcement….
They oppose these [pandemic] directives. To illustrate that point, on a Boogaloo Facebook Page called Big Igloo Boys that has nearly 34, followers, the administrator wrote on May Protest for support and solidarity of Minneapolis, and the George Floyd protesters.
The time for solidarity is now. We must set aside our differences, and unite against a common enemy in the police state. Wear your PPE. Come in peace, prepare for there to be violence.
This gives them an excuse to react with greater violence towards otherwise peaceful protesters. The media then uses the violence to discredit an entire event.
In a pinned post that is an open letter to law enforcement on the Big IglooFacebook page, the group calls for an end to no-knock raids after what seems to refer to the Breonna Taylor case, in which a year-old African American EMT was shot and killed by police who raided the wrong home in the night while the Taylor was asleep with her boyfriend.
The April 7 post says:. Reports of protesters in Hawaiian shirts carrying guns started coming out this spring as people demonstrated their dissatisfaction with government directives to close much of the country amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Hawaiian shirts apparently come from off-shoots of the word Boogaloo, which began popping up online, according to The Independent.
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