I ran out of title room to keep it intellectual, so I just used the word aids. The point still stands. In the United States of America, the land of the free, you have Hilary Clinton - corrupt as they get and is currently serving as porn for wikileaks, and Donald Trump - he wants to build a fucking wall ffs - as your political candidates to become the president of arguably the most powerful country on the planet. In the United Kingdom, GREAT Britain, we have just decided to vote out of the European Union on the basis of an argument pretty much summed up as "urm, ISIS gonna get us if we don't", and then universally gasped when we realised we genuinely just voted out and we can't turn back. BUT it's okay, we have Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage, spearhead characters for the referendum, to come in and save the day! Oh wait, one of them admitted the basis of their campaign was a lie, and the other has decide he ain't going to step in and deal with the mess he created. However, in Mr Johnson's case, he is now foreign secretary, when he is pretty much the face for people who accidentally say racist and derogatory shit about foreigners - lol. Let's get some friendly political banter on the subject then. Is this proof communism is in fact the answer to our questions? Or is ISIS and other terrorist organisations winning this war in other ways? It seems ISIS' influence has resorted in Trump's rise to fame, the UK's sudden urge to vote on whether we remain in the EU, and other important political stances. We seemingly have no middle-men who understand how to deal with the threat of ISIS and how to deal with the peaceful religion that is linked to it. Extreme Left - It's not the Muslim religion that is at fault, it is the extremists who are the culprits! We must accept those fleeing refugees into our country with open arms as it's inhumane not to! Extreme Right - Chuck all the Muslim citizens out of the country. This is the direct result of Islam, a deluded religion that can tarnish the weak minded and guide them into terrorism. No refugees should come into our country, close our borders! Apologies for diving straight into the ISIS debate - the intention was to simply ask for some opinions regarding our political structures in the UK and the US. It's pretty much on point to say both countries at the moment (the US more than the UK) are in a bit of a sticky situation. That's not even mentioning the whole blacks vs cops shit that is going on in America and the idiots who still think guns are the answer. Let's get chatting about politics. Stuff that actually matters.