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Just when did "Boogaloo" become synonymous with "Second American Civil War"?
Just when did "Boogaloo" become synonymous with "Second American Civil War"?
#1
And how the hell did it spread to Canada?
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Rob Kelk

Since it's an election year in the USA: How to Immigrate to Canada, direct from the Government of Canada's website. "How you can immigrate to Canada, how to protect yourself from fraud and what to expect after you arrive in Canada."
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RE: Just when did "Boogaloo" become synonymous with "Second American Civil War"?
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Quote:But online, the nascent movement has inspired at least two Facebook pages where followers have recently talked about killing protesters and RCMP officers alike.

Assuming they're posting under their real names? This right there should disqualify them from owning anything more dangerous than a spud gun. Depending on how, you know Canada does it. I mean, I assume you's aren't like the States on that in that there's some semblance of sense

I love the smell of rotaries in the morning. You know one time, I got to work early, before the rush hour. I walked through the empty carpark, I didn't see one bloody Prius or Golf. And that smell, you know that gasoline smell, the whole carpark, smelled like.... ....speed.

One day they're going to ban them.
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It's probably from TV Tropes, the whole idea of a sequel being "Electric Boogaloo".

As a frequent aloha shirt wearer, I'm starting to worry if I'm going to have to change my wardrobe because of these goons.  Admittedly, it looks different without the guns, but please, think of the Parrotheads!
"Kitto daijoubu da yo." - Sakura Kinomoto
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(07-01-2020, 02:21 PM)Dartz Wrote:
Quote:But online, the nascent movement has inspired at least two Facebook pages where followers have recently talked about killing protesters and RCMP officers alike.

Assuming they're posting under their real names? This right there should disqualify them from owning anything more dangerous than a spud gun. Depending on how, you know Canada does it. I mean, I assume you's aren't like the States on that in that there's some semblance of sense

Real name or pseudonym - Facebook can and does track their posting so that they can deliver targeted advertising, and I'd be very surprised of FB can't tie that to an IP address. If anybody involved in the groups breaks the law, they become a terrorist group (see here) and it's simply a matter of a couple of warrants (one to Facebook, one to the ISP) to get the terrorists' identities.

And, yes, one needs a license to own a firearm in Canada. Here's the relevant legislation.
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