I would like to organise a debate to discuss this question under old fashioned debating society rules.
Other possible topics:
- "Should Britain have a one-party state now that all the parties have policies that are indistinguishable from each other?"
- "George Washington: 'Let us indulge with caution the supposition that morality can be maintained without religion.' If morality cannot be maintained without religion, then surely our government has a duty to establish a theocracy?"
- "Should we examine more fully the destructive effects of feminism on Western civilisation?"
- "A patriarchy is a society that condones male promiscuity while a matriarchy is a society that condones female promiscuity. Why is female promiscuity considered worse than male promiscuity in most societies?"
- "When we extol democracy above all other forms of government, it may be that we confuse the means with the ends. Democracy is thought to deliver Good Government. Should democracy be abandoned since it has not delivered Good Government?"
- "Is widespread illegitimacy and female promiscuity a sign that your civilisation is at an end?"
- "Does feminism disarm a society against foreign and internal enemies until it either destroys itself or is invaded and conquered?"
- "Should voters be required to pay a minimum of tax? This would swiftly disenfranchise Slut Single Mums who are a burden on the state."
- "Are the British now degenerate? Has feminism caused this degeneracy?"
- "Repealing the Equality Act 2010 would at a stroke destroy feminism and its running dogs. Do you agree?"
- "If we reintroduced the concept of fault into divorce, silly selfish wives would be less likely to divorce their husbands, resulting in less family breakdown so destructive of the quality of the next generation and the future of the nation. Fault would be easier to apportion if there were a requirement to have a marriage contract before we can marry. The Muslims show great perspicacity and practicality in having this requirement. This should be done for the greater good of the non-Muslim population of Britain."
- "Should the British entertain the idea of being ruled by the Caliphate now that liberalism, feminism and secularism have failed them so miserably?"