Campbell is a retired Presbyterian minister who lives in Stirlingshire and blogs at A Grain of Sand where he looks at the Church and the world and wonders where it all went wrong.
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Campbell Campbell-Jack: The Soros Project – migrants by the million
What do you give the man who has everything? The obvious answer is penicillin, but George Soros, one of the world’s richest men, wants his own continent. And it’s ours. He doesn’t want to own Europe, merely remake it. Soros is the Hungarian-American multi-billionaire with a penchant for using his vast wealth to further causes […]
Campbell Campbell-Jack: Media attacks make wily Trump all the stronger
He’s not stupid. One of the greatest errors in any conflict is to underestimate the opposition. The elites think that because Donald Trump does not share their background, education or views, he must therefore be stupid. That’s why, despite everything, it is still possible that come November 2020 Donald Trump could be renewing his lease […]
Campbell Campbell-Jack: Britain’s proud role in the making of Israel
November 2 marks the centenary of the Balfour Declaration. Whilst in the midst of the most cataclysmic war then known, Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour wrote to Lord Rothschild declaring that the British government supported and ‘would use its best endeavours’ for the establishment of a ‘national home for the Jewish people’. This was to be […]
Campbell Campbell-Jack: Trump deserves praise not contempt for standing firm on Iran
Donald Trump refuses to certify that Iran is complying with the 2015 nuclear deal. Despite media pronouncements, this does not bring the Middle East closer to conflagration; it does not even mean the end of the grandiloquently named Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). What it means is that Trump has put Iran on notice. […]
Campbell Campbell-Jack: What’s the point of the Conservative Party?
Last week’s Conservative Party conference left the chattering classes with much to twitter about: coughs, falling sets, ‘edgy’ comedians, all the peripheral trivia which excites them so much. Since it ended, the media has pretty much ignored the actual content of the conference; instead the focus has been on speculation concerning failed leadership coups with […]
Campbell Campbell-Jack nominates John Wesley, who saved his country from bloody revolution
A Calvinist’s appreciation of the Arminian Wesley. One criterion for our Statues of Liberty is that they have ‘sustained our Judeo-Christian culture and heritage by serving others and protecting the weak’. Today’s candidate saved Britain from bloody revolution and was instrumental in shaping the society we know today. Late eighteenth and early nineteenth century Britain […]