The Vienna IV 2012 in Austria was held on the weekend ob the 9th and 11th March 2012. Here are the motions:
R1: THW introduce mandatory trips to Nazi concentration camps for Austrian elementary school students.
R2: This House supports the use of charity rather than state welfare systems.
R3: This House believes that Russia was justified in vetoing intervention in Syria.
R4: This House believes that Facebook is justified to censor any of its users’ content for any reason it sees fit.
R5: This House supports the appointment of technocratic governments in Eurozone countries suffering fiscal crisis.
R6: THB the Israeli Army should adopt a policy of shooting to kill their own comrades where they are likely to be captured.
Semi: THBT EU countries should promote Christianity and not other religions.
Final: Given the ability to carry a full term pregnancy in an incubator. THBT humankind should seek to abolish natural pregnancy.
Round 1: This House would require people to work in return for welfare payments.
Round 2: This House believes that sporting bodies should penalise teams when their players commit criminal acts off the field.
Round 3: This House would use military force where necessary to deliver emergency aid.
Round 4: This House would make fines relative to wealth
Round 5: This house would ban the physical punishment of children by parents.
Round 6: This House believes developed countries should not accept skilled migrants from developing countries.
Round 7: This House would pay morbidly obese people to lose weight.
“Main break” quarter final:This House would ban the broadcast of recordings produced by terrorists
ESL quarter final: This House would require all schools to teach safe sex to children from age 10 regardless of parental consent
“Main break” semi final: This House would abolish income tax
ESLsemi final: This House believes the European Union should declare thatenergy security is a legitimate reason for military action
“Main break” finals: This house would ban Nazi and Soviet symbols
ESL finals: This house would allow soldiers to opt out of individual conflict for personal reasons