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  1. So I'm trying to wrap my head around narratives. I went against one for the first time yesterday but have heard debates with them several times. I wanted some suggestions on strats and specific arguments (links..ect) that would be good. This is a former version of the aff I went against, which is not in use now (below) Here were my thoughts. They are running their argument without the use of any fiat mechanism which means that everything they say, they claim will really happen (stopping genocide..ect). They do all of this just by talking about the problem and changing our mindsets which somehow scales up and causes a reduction in surveillance. My last strat was this: Border kritik (you're plan text says 'USFG' which is an recognition of its existence, bites the K), FW (hey bro you should actually do policy debate), Methodology aka case (you have literally no solvency because you dont prove that this discussion leaves the room, and you have BOP soo), and then a BS CP (There is no reason that your narrative justifies the ballot, my partner and I advocate a counterheg narrative except we don't recognize the existence of the United States or any other border which is a NB to the CP).....not in that order. I realize the contradiction with the CP AND reading theory blocks that say narratives bad, but they never argued it was abusive and its neccesary to demonstrate the argument that there is no unique reason to affirm, plus I said it only stands if theory fails. I would love to hear some strat/argument suggestions on this because this ish blew my mind with how much it doesn't make sense. bad.docx
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