J B (Bruce) Campbell, Founder of Modern Day Militia Movement on ITEL, Jan 12, 2013
J B (Bruce) Campbell will be joining The Fetch on Inside the Eye – Live! on Saturday, January 12, 2013, for three hours of fascinating conversation.
J Bruce Campbell was a former columnist for Veterans Today.
J Bruce Campbell’s experiences, insights, opinions, and observations will be on full display as The Fetch explores a lifetime of experiences with one of the more colorful personalities of the late 80’s Patriot movement.
“Campbell was in the British South Africa Police in Rhodesia in the early ’70s and was a Section Officer in Support Unit, the anti-terrorist group. He was the first American in the BSAP since 1923.
“Campbell started the modern militia movement in 1989 with his book, The New American Man – A Call to Arms. The militia movement lasted until ’95 with the state-sponsored destruction of the OKC federal building. The State Department considers him a “mercenary.” The FBI considers him a problem. The Secret Service considers him a terrorist. Campbell couldn’t care less.” – Source
J. Bruce Campbell on the Web: J B Campbell: Extremism Online
J Bruce Campbell – Controlled Opposition Exposed
This was a strong show from start to finish, with fascinating conversation about JB (Bruce) Campbell’s early life, a life that reads as the life of an adventurer. From his time as a race driver in the 60’s, to his “before it’s time” driving school, and eventual time spent with the “Black Boots” as a member of Rhodesia’s contingent of the British South African Police “Support Unit”, an early form of the police anti-terror operations, this show wasted no time providing engaging conversation of a hidden historical past.
The conversation moved to the JB Campbells foundation and support of the “modern day militia”, government infiltration, and the militia’s eventual demise and prospects for the future.
A fascinating show from a true participant and leader in the “patriot movement”.
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