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THW require all sold products to clearly display their price in Dead Children Currency.

For the purposes of this debate, saving the life of a child via charity costs approximately $1000. A “Dead Children Currency” is the cost of an item, translated into the number of children that could be saved from death using that amount of money. Thus, a brand-new sedan might cost about 28 dead children, a meal at a nice restaurant might cost about 2 dead child cents, and a $320,000 luxury doghouse costs about 320 dead children.

THBT universities should base tuition fees on future earning potential of degrees, rather than charging all students the same

THW ban private political donations and fund all political parties and campaigns from general taxation

This House, as the United States of America, would join the International Criminal Court

This House Welcomes the Automation of Labour (e.g. Artificial Intelligence in the Service Industry, AI making decisions in place of workers)

This House Regrets the Formation of the Premier League

In 1992, the top division of the English football system broke away from the leagues system and established the Premier League. In order to do so, they made a lucrative TV deal with BSkyB. Since the establishment of the Premier League, it has become the most watched and profitable league in the world.

This House Would Make Childhood Vaccines Compulsory

This house supports eco-terrorism.

This house believes that Black Lives Matter should closely integrate the black church and black liberation theology into its philosophy, doctrine, and activities.

Black liberation theology is a theological perspective which originated among black seminarians and scholars, and in black churches. It uses Christian doctrines and narratives to help people of African descent contextualise and overcome their oppression. It has been especially focused on the injustices committed against African Americans and black South Africans during American segregation and apartheid, respectively.