J.B. Campbell – A Rare American who fought in the Rhodesian War

I interviewed JB (John Bruce) Campbell for several videos to discuss his experiences in Rhodesia and what he learned there. It turns out that JB started out not knowing about the Jews, but after his time in Rhodesia (1973-1974) he went on to write a book called: “The New American Man: A Call to Arms”. This book was inspired by his experiences in Rhodesia as he began to think of what America needed in the future. Thus JB is the Father of the American Militia movement of today.

While writing that book, JB became Jew-wise, but he had his first introduction to the Jewish problem by a rare Rhodesian, Wilfred Brooks, who owned the Property and Finance newspaper and was the only Rhodesian businessman who began to realise the power and threat of the Jews.

Click here for JB Campbell’s book: The New American Man: A Call to Arms

Title: The New American Man: A Call to Arms
Author: John Bruce Campbell
Publisher: The Press, 1988
Length: 244 pages

Here as the opening lines of the book: The author posits a “fight between the New American Men and The Group”–A conspiratorial collection of banks, multinationals and their agents. His opening statement reads – “For Men Only: We know about the Rockefeller-Rothschild Group which dominates our nation … We know that The Group intends to enslave all of us and kill some of us, as their agents have done in countries worldwide … We know that The Group gives us the authority to kill in their foreign wars … but what about here at home? We know that the politicians are not going to save us from The Group. We have overdiagnosed the problem. It is time to attack the problem.”

JB Joined the BSAP (British South Africa Police) Support Unit which was the only Police Paramilitary unit in Rhodesia. There he saw combat action in Rhodesia.

JB Campbell also founded The American Defense Party

JB’s Website is called: Extremism Online – it has some really important essays by him

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