The Labour Party in the UK, the traditional home of the left, is in chaos. Jeremy Corbyn has strong support from his party, is a principled and likeable man, but is widely seen as unelectable. This means that the Conservative Party under Theresa May now has free reign to swing to the right. We are seeing an end to so-called centre politics and extremist progressive rubbish and a return to traditional values favoured by the majority of the people. This is great news for justice and for good, and bodes well for the American elections this fall. There, too, a polarisation is taking place, with a choice between Trump the Great or Hillary the sadistic blonde nurse of a mental institution (I quote Boris Johnson, our fine Foreign Secretary). Let's hope Trump trumps the nurse. It is as though a great madness has been lifted from the mind of the world, and it is coming to its senses. The madness started last century, and the politicians who still harbour it are being ejected from office. For that, I am thankful.