Pro will be Victorious in This Debate Despite Waiving Rounds 2~5
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After 5 votes and with 20 points ahead, the winner is...
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Victorious: achievement of mastery or success in a struggle or endeavor against odds or difficulties
Pro must prove beyond a reasonable doubt he will be victorious despite waiving rounds 2~5.
prepositionin spite of; notwithstanding.
- Pro's 'victory' is entirely contingent on him waiving Rounds 2 through to 5, it therefore isn't gained despite it.
- Pro says he is akin to Rosa Parks, who sat on a bus and risked potentially being beaten as a hate crime for sitting in the seats intended solely for caucasians. It's actually fucking vile that he would do this to win this debate, even if it is meant as a hyperbole joke. Rosa Parks did not waive she acted extremely bravely both in that moment and throughout her life afterwards as she used the attention she gained fantastically for the improvement of civil rights for black people (and in fact for other minorities, for instance she was female and that was a time that Feminism had only just truly begun).
- Pro is doing the equivalent of forfeiting every single Round after Round 1, in the Code of Conduct, this qualifies as a form of full-forfeit.
A full-forfeit debate is defined as a debate that has no argument presented by one side following the opening round.
to refrain from claiming or insisting on; give up; forgo:to waive one's right; to waive one's rank; to waive honors.Law. to relinquish (a known right, interest, etc.) intentionally.to put aside for the time; defer; postpone; dispense with:to waive formalities.to put aside or dismiss from consideration or discussion