Motions for PIMITS 13th “English Debate Competition”

12 04 2010

Take a look at around you

This house believes that earth hour doesn’t have any impact

This house believes that global warming is just a hoax

This house would apply eco campus

Home Sweet Home

This house believes that privatization of Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology is justifiable

This house would thank Malaysia for boosting up our nationalism

This house would lease our forest for carbon trading

Fun, Fun, Fun

This house believes that governments in the 3rd world countries should invest in sex tourism

This house believes that the LGBT conference in Surabaya should have been done

This house would ban the football teams’ supporters to watch the away-game

Politic..OMG!

This house believes that armies should overthrow corrupt, dictatorial governments

This house believes that reducing American military presence in Asia is bringing more harm than good for Asia

This house believes that the European Union should only direct aid to nations that pursue environmentally sustainable development

Technology

This house would give parents access to their children’s social networking sites

This house supports the invention of iPad

This house believes that Telecommuting City is the best answer toward city’s problems

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prepared motions IVED ITB 2010

8 12 2009
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Hi all!
In this e-mail, we’d like to release the PREPARED MOTIONS that we are going to release in ITB IVED 2010.
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Heading #1
THAT STATUE OVERLOOKING ELLIS ISLAND:
THE AMERICAN FREEDOM

The
land of America is found, fought for, and build into greatness by
refugees fleeing the tyrannical kingdom and oppressive European regimes
around after the 15th century; as well as those escaping the massive
expanse of war-atrocities of the World War II. The concept of freedom
is thus, as symbolized by the Statue of Liberty herself, is extremely
crucial in the constitutional definition of the American welfare. But
reality always mar the idyll dreams of freedom: limitations of freedom
always enter the fray, in the name of security, or equality, or
practical prudence; among other things.

1. THBT the US should favor the Senate’s version of universal health care.
2.
THW repeal the American amendment permitting train passengers to travel
with handguns and/or other firearms as part of their checked luggage.
3. THW punish the enacter of Manhattan Declaration as perpetrators of hate crime under the Matthew Shepard Act.
Heading #2:
TRANSBORDER
AFFAIRS
A
nation stand side-by-side with their neighbors. Along those imaginary
fence we call borders, many bullets are being tossed, many entries are
being stolen, many deals are sealed under the breath of
headline-winning smiles of perfectly-coiffed leaders. These three
motions inquire the analysis of the particular relationships across the
borders: which is for the better, which is for worse; and, most
importantly, which is which for which side of the fence?
1. THS the ICC
prosecution of war crimes in the Gaza Strip based on the Goldstone Commission Report.
2. THBT Cambodia should deport Thaksin back to Thailand.
3. TH regrets the Lisbon Treaty.


Heading #3:
THE POSTVICTORIAN YOUTH

The
Victorian-flavored ‘normality’ of appropriateness (many times,
religious appropriateness) , permeating so greatly within the larger
part of most modern society nowadays, is what Foucault describes as the
repressive hypothesis. Some groups clamor of how the enactment of
appropriateness through many forms of its constraining social toll
makes many youths lose some social qualities. But when deconstruction
is commenced, the question is always about which form is best for the
new order. In this case, how less Victorian should we treat the youth
in order to gain the most merit?

1. THBT more of New York’s Harvey Milk School should be established.
2. THW insert various alternatives of sexual conducts such as anal sex, mutual gratification, and masturbation, into the curriculum of sex-education.

3. THBT the calculus of Heaven and Hell should never be used to teach children about morality.
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We would kindly remind all participating teams and institutions to conduct a profound research
about the issues incorporated in each motion. This is especially
important in Australasians style (which is used in IVED); a style that
demands mastery of details and down-to-earth portrayal of your
arguments. Knowledge of data, statistics, real-life illustrations, all
gained through your respective research, will be extremely helpful to
build a solid case expected in IVED.
We
would also like to remind that in Australasians style, no
half-negations are allowed. Apart from that, philosophical points will
also be viewed very importantly.
Just
as a disclaimer, IVED will consist of 6 (six) preliminary rounds and 4
(four) eliminary rounds. One heading will be released for each round,
which equals to 10 headings. The remaining 7 headings will be impromptu
motions and will not be informed in whatsoever way until 30 minutes
before the round starts.
We wish all teams the best of luck!
Regards,
Adjudication Core of ITB
IVED 2010
Uphie – Freida – Novel – Vitri

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