This year is going to be monumental; with the collapse of the EU www.express.co.uk/news/world/697628/Brexit-news-European-Union-rethink-anti-austerity-alliance. The UK voting for a second female PM www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/07/11/theresa-may-launches-conservative-leadership-bid-as-andrea-leads/, and the strong possibility of the USA voting for the first female President edition.cnn.com/2016/08/08/politics/hillary-clinton-donald-trump-cnn-poll-of-polls/index.html.
However, my title doesn't reflect on the ladies but on a power struggle in an imaginary country. A country going through an election year, where the choice is hard to make, not because the runners are good but because the outcome could define the Western world.
On one hand, you have a power-hungry candidate who will stop at nothing to succeed; a known liar with no concept of telling the truth, who wishes to allow bands of insurgents to invade the country.
On the other hand, you have a candidate who is a despot hungry to turn his country into a war zone if it stops the invaders. A candidate who has a bad track record financially and the urge to foul-mouth his opponents, but the candidate has mass appeal to the electorate in a time of crisis.