Alienated Americans Turning to Militia

Militia expert J. J. (James) Johnson spoke before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Terrorism that Americans are so alienated from government that they are forming militia groups and increasingly defiant.
This was in 1995! Imagine what it’s like now.
P.S. I hope Keith Olbermann is paying attention ’cause Johnson is one of those people you don’t find among all the white faces of MSNBC and NBC — a black American!
J.J. Johnson is one of America’s most articulate patriotic leaders.  He has described the citizen’s militia movement as “the civil rights movement of the nineties.” Johnson, formerly of Columbus, Ohio, is the founder and former leader of E. Pluribus Unum and the Ohio Unorganized Militia. He has spoken on the Constitution and the Second Amendment on numerous radio and television shows. He is best known for his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Terrorism in June of 1995. Johnson’s radio show, “Arming You with Knowledge,” was heard nationally on short-wave stations in 1995 and 1996.
Educated as an electrical engineer, Johnson’s works have been published in Media Bypass and Destiny magazines and The Free American. In July of 1996, sealed BATF documents recognized Johnson as “the national spokesperson for the militia movement.”
No longer with the militia movement, Johnson now resides in Southern Nevada with his wife, Nancy. He is now dedicated to fighting political battles using the ballot box as an author and constitutional activist. Johnson has addressed constitutional groups of various types in over 35 states. He has focused on the issues of networking and communications among various groups and is best known for his presentation of “Using the First Amendment as a First Strike Weapon.” He lives by the motto “if my ancestors would have been armed they would not have been slaves.” Johnson is now a TV talk show host on KPVM TV41 in Pahrump, Nevada.

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