A Few Words by Simon Driscoll

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  • A Big Step Forward


    President Trump has attacked Syria with the backing of France and England. Russia has taken this strike as an insult to President Putin while their state media urges their citizens to prepare for nuclear war. As I mentioned before, this is the political dance which carries us right up to the brink of disaster. It’s […]

  • Another Step Toward WWIII

    World Flags

    There is a terrible theater happening on the world stage. The Syrian people were hit by a second chemical attack since all the chemical weapons were removed from Syria by Russia. Last time, one year ago, Syria and Russia denied any involvement, the UN did nothing, and Trump responded with a missile attack. There is little […]

  • Accommodating the Faithless


    We live in an age which accommodates a lack of faith. Everything which once was understood only through faith is now given a lesser explanation which does not require placing any trust in God. The purpose of this accommodation is to stunt the spiritual growth of people in our day. Below are some ways in […]

  • Raw Footage from the Writing Trenches

    Here’s a snapshot of what I’ve written today. It’s raw and unedited. “Well done,” Andi said. “That was a beautiful weave.” “Beautiful?” Eyroc repeated. “You talk as if you can actually see the threads.” “I can,” Andi said simply. “How?” Eyroc had been taught right away that the threads of magic were normally invisible. “It […]

  • Coming True: Muslims Attacked by Terrorist, War with Russia Imminent

    reduced Speed

    For those of you who have read my book, Conspiracy Rising, recent events have probably shocked you and made you wonder how a book written several years ago could predict the news today. In the book, terrorist-style attacks are perpetrated upon the Muslims as retaliation. At least one such attack has happened, and there are […]

  • Trumpcare Failure Could Lead to War


    There are a few important factors in the ‘failure’ of Trumpcare which could lead to war between the political parties. First, we have a President that ‘punches back twice as hard.’ Second, we have serious disagreements within the Republican Party and the Democratic Party about the ideology of the parties. Third, the President has little […]