Not that I am particularly ambitious.
The two major political parties in Australia are the COALition and Labor, which is a washed-out version of the same. The real opposition is the Australian Greens.
The two big mobs accept corporate donations, and so, naturally are obliged to advance their owners’ agenda. The Australian Greens refuse money from big business and other vested interests, and all donations above a small amount are publicly displayed.
Naturally, Murdoch media, coal billionaires and the like do everything possible to diminish Greens influence.
As a result, few Australians know what the Greens are about.
This is why I have organised an essay contest with the theme, Four Pillars of the Greens:
Grassroots participatory democracy;
Peace and nonviolence.