Still as with a lot of things a generation will look at what their parents or grandparents did or do and change their ways... if only at times to be contrary.
Young people want to see tougher punishments for convicted criminals, a new poll has revealed.Seems a lot of the young are actually catching up with us so called right wingers, if only because they see where the idiocy of libtard/leftard thinking has brought us. Granted they'll mature, however it may just be that their views harden and veer more towards a true just system rather than the namby pamby all must have prizes and no one must lose idiocy that has pervaded the thinking of the left to the utter detriment of society as a whole save for certain pets of theirs who get all the best deals anyway and are ignored as it's a 'cultural' thing.
More than seven out of ten of those aged between 18 and 30 want early release for those serving life sentences to be scrapped, while six in 10 believe prison conditions are not tough enough.
Surprisingly, they are also more likely than older people to support hard-line sentences for teenagers.
As to whether it will do a great deal for the UK in the long term, only time will tell as more and more young people are divorcing themselves from the political system and wish nothing to do with the chancers who seek their votes.
This could lead the way to some sort of extremist demagogue leading us to an even worse society, but that's a chance we'll have to take and it would probably be better than some sort of left wing anti-paradise.
Either way I foresee interesting times ahead.