The constant debate over WWI generals continues, and no debate is more fierce than that of which surrounds Sir Douglas Haig. Haig became Commander-in-Chief of the B.E.F and the 'New Army' in 1915 after the failure at Loos by Sir John French. He became known as the 'butcher of the Somme' but arguably he had more strengths than weaknesses as a commander.
There are numerous theories that sound amazing, yet wretchedly fail in true practice situations. Communism is one of them. An astounding manifesto of equality and state and individuals joined together which in practice miserably fails, often because of the ascent of dictatorships that demolish everything Communism stands for.
In the world today, in particular the western world, politics is something that is often of popular debate – whether we like it or not. Here, in the United Kingdom, there are two major political movements. These are broad Conservatism (through the Conservative and Unionist Party) and mild socialism/or leftism (through the Labour Party). Although both of these political ideologies work well, whilst having flaws, I'm going to play devils advocate and put the case forward for Liberalism.
Back when the EU referendum results were announced I was initially pro-leave. Yes, I have to admit I fell subject to the entire lot of pro-leave propaganda. I have to say, my opinion has heavily changed.