The Instigator
Mabelynn
Con (against)
Losing
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The Contender
AngryBlogger
Pro (for)
Winning
4 Points

Violence

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AngryBlogger
Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 12/20/2015 Category: People
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
Viewed: 446 times Debate No: 84151
Debate Rounds (5)
Comments (2)
Votes (1)

 

Mabelynn

Con

Should we remove violence by all means necessary?
AngryBlogger

Pro

I accept. I like to call debates that consists of 5 rounds, the heavyweight match ups.

I will of course be pro for this debate on violence.

Con has stated currently in round 1 "Should we remove violence by all means necessary?" and to make a rebuttal against this, con has merely just asked a question. If con feels like we can remove violence by all means necessary, then he has to prove so, or at the very least give good arguments on how we can remove violence.

Just to make this round 1 short as con has not provided any argument, but brought up a question he is possibly unsure about, I just want to say that it is impossible to eliminate violence completely as there will always be violence in this world. It's impossible to flat out ban guns, and would create black markets, and do way more harm than good with of course the bad apples still finding a way to kill for example like that Japanese or Chinese guy who took a knife a couple years ago into a big crowd full of people and just slashed his way on through them, and injured MANY.

I will not be listing all my arguments here until the next round, it's up to pro to demonstrate a method that would work to eliminate violence. Also, it's worth noting that if the police, army, and all the bigger powers over us normal citizens were to eliminate violence by any means, it would only cause more violence, more panic, and more deaths of innocents.
Debate Round No. 1
Mabelynn

Con

Mabelynn forfeited this round.
AngryBlogger

Pro

Sadly, it looks like the con decided to give up early in this debate which could have been a pretty good debate.

Please vote pro.
Debate Round No. 2
Mabelynn

Con

Mabelynn forfeited this round.
AngryBlogger

Pro

Extend what i said first round. Looks like my opponent is conceding.

Anyhow, to furthermore argue my point, we should take safety precautions when eliminating violence. You can't just go commando on people due to citizens, animals, and other things involved.

Also, like I said, you can't eliminate violence completely, only drop the rate of violence.
Debate Round No. 3
Mabelynn

Con

Mabelynn forfeited this round.
AngryBlogger

Pro

Vote pro.
Debate Round No. 4
Mabelynn

Con

Mabelynn forfeited this round.
AngryBlogger

Pro

Seems con has decided to completely concede the debate.

Vote pro.
Debate Round No. 5
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Posted by whiteflame 1 year ago
whiteflame
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Posted by wundrweapon 1 year ago
wundrweapon
I'm just gonna say it here:
1) eliminating violence is impossible. just try it, it won't work.
2) eliminating violence would be against various Constitutional rights for US citizens. A right to bear arms, freedom of speech, etc.. Violence does fall under these rights, given the situation.
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Vote Placed by spacetime 1 year ago
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