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Teenagers offer an insight that can be ever so important for the government, they need to capitalise. Although of course you will get some teens that will not participate or use their new found political responsibility wrong but at what age does this stop? Many adults are the same.

Teenagers, through the rigorous education system which we have today (for me in the UK) have a skill set that prepares them for politics, I believe that politics needs to be included more within the education system. Why give teenagers the skills to debate and critique arguments through topics such as History and even more now English, if we aren't going to let them engage in politics, topics debated amongst local councils and places of similar stature have an affect on these teenagers and given the chance, I think many teens would revel in the opportunity to stick up for what they believe and stimulate change throughout their local areas and maybe even their country.

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Unfortunately war is an inevitable contest as long as people remain on this earth. The contrasting societies in this world are all based upon principles that promote segregation of others, granted this segregation is not as prominent as it once may have been, however people like Donald Trump even if not his aim, bring this back to what it was. Every society has its own norms and values, whether that be to do with religion, family structure and of course political outlooks leading to division within society, with division comes the desire to be on top. Many wars are started by one group asserting their dominance over the others, power is desired by all and fuelled by every humans greed.

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You say this but the Muslims have been around for centuries and have made no progress in 'taking over the world' as you have said. Beyond this point, it is unfathomable to believe that this is Islams aim in the world, to argue that it is because of the actions of a few radical extremists would be highly uneducated. Most high ranking Muslims throughout the world condone the acts of these moronic people who view the Quran and Islam as a war mongering religion, because Muslims are a peaceful people, as peaceful as Christians. All you need to do is watch the reaction of dominant Muslims to horrific terror attacks and you will understand they are as against these extremists as us. Watch some Muhammad Ali videos on Youtube of him talking about Islam, or maybe the recent debate that went on at Oxford University about Islam and its position in the world and maybe you will become more educated on the matter my friend.


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