Racist views have been building for the last 15 years, since 9/11. The boundaries of political racism have been blurred with wars in Islamic countries, which the Western Governments felt we had a duty to protect the people from the terroristic regimes and gangs turning into militias.
ISIL, also known as ISIS and (so-called) IS, has played the role of the main figure head for the last five years by acting as a random mass-terroristic organisation undeterred by political powers.
Its homegrown ideologies are the most dangerous front we face now, but racism only fuels ISIL.
With racist hatred, we are sending more vulnerable young people to Syria for training or to the front line. We should be spending our time uniting to bring down the shackles of ISIL; however, it has been proven, England and Wales, excluding London, on mass wants to become the most racist, fascist and bigoted country of the world.