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The Australia should not have the royal family

Mattie
KuriouserNKuriouser

That should not celebrate the royal family\we are a multicultural....

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Updated 1 Year Ago

Piercings should not be allowed until the again of 14.

Macho
mattrodstrom

Piercings should not be allowed until the age of 14....

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Updated 3 Years Ago

Abortion

zak61099
MasturDbtor

I believe that abortion is murder and should not be tolerated. Why do you think abortion should be accepted?...

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Updated 2 Years Ago

It's time to stop depraved madmen from breeding two-headed human freaks at the taxpayers' expense

brian_eggleston
Bricheze

Evil, calculating Mike Pedance, an unemployed nuisance caller, has persuaded his partner Lisa Chamberlain, also unemployed, to give birth to a hideously deformed human monstrosity and he wants the taxpayer to foot the bill. This benefit-scrounging former telesales agent is deliberately planning to bring a baby with two heads into the world, even though the doctors at the wicked couple's government-funded hospital advised them to terminate the pregnancy. They told sinister-looking Pedance a...

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7 Comments
Updated 5 Years Ago

Parental pressures make geniuses

ANDY9876
mongoose

Well,i truly believe that parental love in the form of parental pressure do make geniuses.Whatever i am today,whereever i am today,i owe it to my parents.i m so sure that without their constant reminding of my duties,i would have been nowhere in my life....

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6 Comments
Updated 4 Years Ago

This house woud ban university fees

LeilaAshley
jh1234l

Throughout your whole life you are basically being paid for. Why would you want another couple years feeling like your just a toy, a ten pound toy which will be thrown away with no legacy, no memory. Paying for what you do is when you finally realise for what it's worth. There was a boy, he was in set 6 for everything. Then when it came to GCSE he failed miserably and had to another four years of work, because he had not thought of the future, he had wasted his life (four years) because he did...

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Updated 1 Year Ago

Resolved: Vigilantism is justified when the government has failed to enforce the law.

idkmybffbill
masterzanzibar

I would like to debate in LD format. Thanks! "Since the governments are in the pockets of businesses, who's going to control this most powerful institution? Business is more powerful than politics, and it's more powerful than religion. So it's going to have to be the vigilante consumer." It is because I agree with Anita Roddick that I affirm the resolved, vigilantism is justified when the government has failed to enforce the law. For clarity I offer the following definitions: Vigilantism:...

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Updated 5 Years Ago

Kony 2012

jsd
imabench

As many already know about the KONY 2012 campaign, and how it has already influenced millions, my issue is with the charity behind the campaign and how they intend on raising their funds. I would like to hear what the opposition has to say first....

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Updated 2 Years Ago

Cheaters using the name of charity to solicit money from people.

DarrelChua
Chapule

In our society, there are people who used the name of charity to let you 'donate'. The money is not for charity, but for themselves....

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Updated 8 Months Ago

Industrialization in India does not benefit the poor

meeranazer
TPF

India's industrialization has played havoc with its poor. The juggernaut of industrialization leaves the great Indian middle class climbing aboard over the bodies of the struggling masses or staying out of the way. Today, the sign of destruction looms nowhere larger than in agriculture. India is dying rather than living in her villages. All natural resources such as land, water, forest, which used to be common property indispensable for people's survival, are being forcibly acquired by the st...

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Updated 3 Years Ago