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there should be a limit of one black family per country

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Started: 9/23/2018 Category: Politics
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there should be a limit of one black family per country because n*ggas commit a lot of violence and they smell like f*cking curry, And steph curry is black

also i don't like blacks because they fart and blacks fart and i don't like farts and they have a big red dot on their foreheads


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Debate Round No. 1


Well yes. Black people have indeed caused a lot of trouble for society.

Black people are nothing but a bad influence on the world.

Here are the facts about black people that we must seriously consider:

1 in every 3 black men will end up in prison.

Many black families on being headed by single mothers making barely more than minimum wage. Those families often have kids and youngsters who get in trouble with the law.

Many violence in public schools, Especially in downtown and big metropolises, Are inflicted by black students.

Furthermore, There have been many incidents where white people were attacked, Targeted, And assaulted by black people.

If we completely segregate neighborhoods and cities into black people and non-black people, It is downright racist and cruel towards black people. The only way to prevent black violence from occurring, Or at least to minimize it as much as we can, Is to have and enforce a strict limit of one black/African family per neighborhood.

Please think carefully about it: once there is already one black family in every neighborhood, What can we do with the remaining black families? We cannot put them in ghettos, Because that would be very racist and reverting back to the 1950s and 1960s. Nor can we kill them because that is simply immoral. (I mean, Isn't that what Hitler would do? ) Instead, The best solution is to throw them in prison, And then let them out of prison once there is a neighborhood with no black family living in it.

Furthermore, If we put black families to prison, We will put them under control. (I think we must segregate prisons by race too. ) No offense and not at all being racist, Their dark skin absorbs too much sunlight, Reducing the total amount of sunlight white people can harvest. And beyond that, Throwing them in prison is a solution to overpopulation, Because the world will be less crowded. You see what I am saying here?

Now you might be thinking that it's racist and cruel, But it's not. Just read on.

No, I am not being racist. It's true. How would you like to be assaulted by black people or a gang. You said that you are not a black person. Non-black people are vulnerable targets to black people. Since no people want to be assaulted by black people, But we cannot totally segregate the world based on race or skin color, The best way to combat black violence is to limit each neighborhood to one black family. If we throw remaining black families in prison, We are also combating overpopulation so they won't be crowding up the Earth.

Now I want to here a convincing argument from you.

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Almost every black person in America has experienced the sting of disrespect on the basis of being black. A large but undetermined number of black people feel acutely disrespected in their everyday lives, Discrimination they see as both subtle and explicit. Black folk know everyday racism " that becomes powerfully underscored by highly publicized racial incidents like the incident at Starbucks, The recent spate of police killings of black men, Or the calling of police on a black female student while napping in a common area of a Yale dormitory.

In the face of these realities, Black people everywhere take note and manage themselves in a largely white-dominated society, Learning and sharing the peculiar rules of a white-dominated society in which expressions of white racism are becoming increasingly explicit.

While American society purports to be open and egalitarian, Or "equal opportunity", Such everyday outcomes leave black people deeply doubtful. Moreover, Black people are generally convinced that they must work twice as hard to get half as far in life.

Long before the election of Donald Trump, Black people believed the average white person was against them and their kind
Among their own, Black people affirm and reaffirm these central lessons and, Out of a sense of duty, Try to pass them along to others they care about, And especially to their children.

For black people, Experience holds a dear school, And the knowledge they acquire is based largely on the experience of living while black in a society that is dominated by white people.

Therefore, This cultural knowledge is most often inaccessible to white people, And when confronted with it, Most white people are incredulous.

The historical context
When US supreme court chief justice Roger Taney declared in 1857 that black people had no rights that white people were bound to respect, He was observing the social reality of his day. Slavery effectively established black people at the bottom of the American racial order, A position that allowed every white person to feel superior to any black person.

After Emancipation, As black people migrated to cities in the north and south, Their stigma both followed and preceded them. When black people settled in their new communities, Their reception was decidedly mixed, But as their numbers grew, Local white people worked to contain them. Over time, The lowly position of black people became institutionalized, And passed from racist generation to racist generation.

Thus, Black people usually were relegated to the least desirable sections of a city, Often "across the tracks" from the white communities, Or in the "black sections" of town, The precursor to the iconic black ghetto.

As black people operate in these segregated spaces, They can "be themselves", Away from the direct control of white people. Yet, There is still a general sense that white people and their agents ultimately control the ghetto"s racial reality, Notably the financial, Legal and criminal-justice systems.

While American society is often ideologically characterized as privileging equal opportunity, The everyday reality of the masses of black people is that of being peculiarly subordinate in almost every way, But this is especially true when they venture into essentially white spaces.

Navigating the white space
Following the civil rights movement, A "racial incorporation" process of the 1970s and 1980s was established, And along with "fair housing", School integration, And "affirmative action, It benefited many black people. Many of these people have joined the larger American middle class, And they and their children have become increasingly assimilated. But this assimilation is essentially into what they know and perceive as white space, Which they often navigate haltingly, And essentially alone.

Yet, Large numbers of black people continue to reside in segregated neighborhoods, And their children attend largely segregated schools. When venturing outside their local neighborhoods, Particularly into spaces that are overwhelmingly white, They are often surveilled, And at times questioned, Harassed, Or occasionally arrested by the police " all for essentially "living while black".

Black voters go to the polls in the 2008 presidential election.
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Black voters go to the polls in the 2008 presidential election. Photograph: Mario Tama/Getty Images
In navigating these white spaces, They may feel themselves to be tokens, As symbolic representatives of the urban black ghetto. When encountering a white person in this setting, They tend to assume that person is likely to be racially insensitive, If not openly prejudiced, And before giving the person full trust, They hesitate.

In the thinking of many black people, It is a highly unusual or even rare to encounter white people who do not share a negative opinion of them and their kind. At the same time, They know and believe there are non-racist white people; they know that such white people exist and may refer to them as "decent" or "good" white people. Here, Black people at times see a class divide " they tend to be biased in favor of the well-off white people, Those they guess are less likely express prejudice toward black people.

When navigating the white space, Black people are typically on the hunt for this type of person, Thinking that such people might be supportive and friendly or serve them as allies in their struggles, Are likely to understand, Or at least are not so likely to exhibit the kind of racial animus against them which they strongly associate with most other white people.

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For black people navigating white space, Such allies are critically important, Since black folk know there are in fact white people who absolutely hate them but don"t say so to their faces. In fact, A major problem for black people is to figure out which white persons are decent and trustworthy and which ones are covertly racist; they worry about misplacing their trust, As they commonly experience "let downs" and racial setbacks.

Because of these challenges, Many black people are suspicious of white spaces and hesitate to invest in relationships with white people they find there. Finding such relations too problematic, They tend to disengage with white people both in public and in private, Keeping such relations somewhat superficial.

Given the rigid distinctions between black and white people, Black people know very little about how white people actually live, And vice versa.

In fact, Profound borders between ordinary white people and ordinary black people have always existed in this country. Since black and white people have lived apart for centuries, Their coming together in a cosmopolitan urban society is often a major challenge, And it presents many issues for black people as they move about. Black people tread lightly and exit from stressful situations as soon as they can.

For black people navigating white space allies are critically important.
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For black people navigating white space allies are critically important. Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo
In the white space, White people and others often stigmatize anonymous black persons by associating them with the putative danger, Crime and poverty of the iconic ghetto, Typically leaving black people with much to prove before being able to establish trusting relations with them. Accordingly, The most easily tolerated black person in the white space is often one who is "in his place"" that is, One who is working as a janitor or a service person or one who has been vouched for by white people in goo
Debate Round No. 2


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The problem of the origin of the universe, Is a bit like the old question: Which came first, The chicken, Or the egg. In other words, What agency created the universe. And what created that agency. Or perhaps, The universe, Or the agency that created it, Existed forever, And didn't need to be created. Up to recently, Scientists have tended to shy away from such questions, Feeling that they belonged to metaphysics or religion, Rather than to science. However, In the last few years, It has emerged that the Laws of Science may hold even at the beginning of the universe. In that case, The universe could be self contained, And determined completely by the Laws of Science.
The debate about whether, And how, The universe began, Has been going on throughout recorded history. Basically, There were two schools of thought. Many early traditions, And the Jewish, Christian and Islamic religions, Held that the universe was created in the fairly recent past. For instance, Bishop Usher calculated a date of four thousand and four BC, For the creation of the universe, By adding up the ages of people in the Old Testament. One fact that was used to support the idea of a recent origin, Was that the Human race is obviously evolving in culture and technology. We remember who first performed that deed, Or developed this technique. Thus, The arguement runs, We can not have been around all that long. Otherwise, We would have already progressed more than we have. In fact, The biblical date for the creation, Is not that far off the date of the end of the last Ice Age, Which is when modern humans seem first to have appeared.

On the other hand, Some people, Such as the Greek philosopher, Aristotle, Did not like the idea that the universe had a beginning. They felt that would imply Divine intervention. They prefered to believe that the universe, Had existed, And would exist, Forever. Something that was eternal, Was more perfect than something that had to be created. They had an answer to the argument about human progress, That I described. It was, That there had been periodic floods, Or other natural disasters, Which repeatedly set the human race right back to the beginning.

Both schools of thought held that the universe was essentially unchanging in time. Either it had been created in its present form, Or it had existed forever, Like it is today. This was a natural belief in those times, Because human life, And, Indeed the whole of recorded history, Are so short that the universe has not changed significantly during them. In a static, Unchanging universe, The question of whether the universe has existed forever, Or whether it was created at a finite time in the past, Is really a matter for metaphysics or religion: either theory could account for such a universe. Indeed, In 1781, The philosopher, Immanuel Kant, Wrote a monumental, And very obscure work, The Critique of Pure Reason. In it, He concluded that there were equally valid arguements, Both for believing that the universe had a beginning, And for believing that it did not. As his title suggests, His conclusions were based simply on reason. In other words, They did not take any account of observations about the universe. After all, In an unchanging universe, What was there to observe?

In the 19th century, However, Evidence began to accumulate that the earth, And the rest of the universe, Were in fact changing with time. On the one hand, Geologists realized that the formation of the rocks, And the fossils in them, Would have taken hundreds or thousands of millions of years. This was far longer than the age of the Earth, According to the Creationists. On the other hand, The German physicist, Boltzmann, Discovered the so-called Second Law of Thermodynamics. It states that the total amount of disorder in the universe (which is measured by a quantity called entropy), Always increases with time. This, Like the argument about human progress, Suggests that the universe can have been going only for a finite time. Otherwise, The universe would by now have degenerated into a state of complete disorder, In which everything would be at the same temperature.

Another difficulty with the idea of a static universe, Was that according to Newton's Law of Gravity, Each star in the universe ought to be attracted towards every other star. So how could they stay at a constant distance from each other. Wouldn't they all fall together. Newton was aware of this problem about the stars attracting each other. In a letter to Richard Bentley, A leading philosopher of the time, He agreed that a finite collection of stars could not remain motionless: they would all fall together, To some central point. However, He argued that an infinite collection of stars, Would not fall together: for there would not be any central point for them to fall to. This argument is an example of the pitfalls that one can encounter when one talks about infinite systems. By using different ways to add up the forces on each star, From the infinite number of other stars in the universe, One can get different answers to the question: can they remain at constant distance from each other. We now know that the correct proceedure, Is to consider the case of a finite region of stars. One then adds more stars, Distributed roughly uniformly outside the region. A finite collection of stars will fall together. According to Newton's Law of Gravity, Adding more stars outside the region, Will not stop the collapse. Thus, An infinite collection of stars, Can not remain in a motionless state. If they are not moving relative to each other at one time, The attraction between them, Will cause them to start falling towards each other. Alternatively, They can be moving away from each other, With gravity slowing down the velocity of recession.

Despite these difficulties with the idea of a static and unchanging universe, No one in the seventeenth, Eighteenth, Nineteenth or early twentieth centuries, Suggested that the universe might be evolving with time. Newton and Einstein, Both missed the chance of predicting, That the universe should be either contracting, Or expanding. One can not really hold it against Newton, Because he was two hundred and fifty years before the observational discovery of the expansion of the universe. But Einstein should have known better. Yet when he formulated the General Theory of Relativity to reconcile Newton's theory with his own Special Theory of Relativity, He added a so-called, ``cosmological constant'. This had a repulsive gravitational effect, Which could balance the attractive effect of the matter in the universe. In this way, It was possible to have a static model of the universe.

Einstein later said: The cosmological constant was the greatest mistake of my life. That was after observations of distant galaxies, By Edwin Hubble in the 1920's, Had shown that they were moving away from us, With velocities that were roughly proportional to their distance from us. In other words, The universe is not static, As had been previously thought: it is expanding. The distance between galaxies is increasing with time.

The discovery of the expansion of the universe, Completely changed the discussion about its origin. If you take the present motion of the galaxies, And run it back in time, It seems that they should all have been on top of each other, At some moment, Between ten and twenty thousand million years ago. At this time, Which is called the Big Bang, The density of the universe, And the curvature of spacetime, Would have been infinite. Under such conditions, All the known laws of science would break down. This is a disaster for science. It would mean that science alone, Could not predict how the universe began. All that science could say is that: The universe is as it is now, Because it was as it was then. But Science could not explain why it was, As it was, Just after the Big Bang.

Not surprisingly, Many scientists were unhappy with this conclusion. There were
Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by Harikrish 3 years ago
60 white women came forward and said Bill Cosby a black man had sex with them. It is ironic the charges came when Bill Cosby was 80 years old and was too old to have sex with them anymore. That's how women get to have their cake and eat it too.
Posted by mosc 3 years ago
Pro eats dick and sperm so Pro should be illegal.
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