Yes that's right, the Asian woman who was the English teacher was a huge supporter of the Liberal Party, and from what I remember she was appauled with how poor Tony Abbott's video was... Foreshadowing his Prime Ministership perhaps?
Guess it depends what my views were on particular issues and the sorts of discussions which were taking place. If I was climate denier then hell yeah I'd keep my mouth shut. Especially if there was still a public voting element.
Would definitely take stock of everyone else first and try to understand their views. Statistically unlikely that a majority wouldn't believe in climate change.
if i was a conservative climate change denier, i think i'd do the same if i had a chance of winning. but if i didn't, i wouldn't care. either i'd get voted out, or i'd get to stay a few more weeks as a goat. and then work my way up from there.
I created this thread to instigate a discussion on people's attitudes towards the thought of politics in Big Brother, and particularly the suggestion that conservatives should be represented.
Despite my short time on this forum, I already seem to have had significant impact. I wonder whether there is aggitation from some members?
I nevertheless think your insinuation that I have a "unique brand of crazy" is unwarranted in this thread as it doesn't contribute valuable content to the discussion.
I would like for you to justify this, as I don't think you have elaborated.
People who don't like my posts or threads should ignore me.
The Trump Right (which is sadly most Republicans now) in the US actually seem to believe that the mainstream media bar outlets like Fox and the NY Post are all in on some plot to drive them all from office for good. Murdoch has a much bigger share of the media market in Australia (about 70% of print media which is absolutely fucked up), hence why the Australian media is often seen to have conservative bias on the whole here.