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THE GIFT INC 2NC Must Read Oppressor is not morally reformable LINKS No Plan Text Link Reform Link Courts Link Hospitality Link Agencies Link Democratic Tokenism Link K T/O Aff Solvency IMPACTS Oppression Impact Oppression T/Case Cultural Diversity Impact Racism Impact Colonialism Impact SOLVENCY Deconstruction Solves Oppression Border Crossing Solvency Any Means Necessary Alt. LLaw Solves Oppression States Comply With I-Law I-Law Key to Regulate State Action, I-Law Prevents Abuses Human Rights Better than Civil Liberty Human Rights Solve ‘Human Rights Universal ANSWERS TO AT: Legislation is Empowering AT: Pragmatism AT: Perm AT: Non-Violence AT: Euro-centrism- AT: -Law Bad 15-16 17 18-19 20 21 22 23-24 25-27 28 29 30 31 32 33-34 35-38 39-40 41 2 43 45 46-48 AFF ANSWERS Legal System Good Neg K is Totalizing Neg Authors Conclude Aff Race Aff Link Turn Immigration Aff Link Tum Racial Profiling Link Turn Non-Trad Aff Link Turn Unilat, Action K key to I-Law No Solvency for I-Law I-Law Fails Disagreements I-Law Courts Fail I-Law Fails/Jurisdiction L-Law Fails- No Enforcement L-Law is Euro-Centrie L-Law Kills US Power Human Rights Is Not Universal Human Rights Promo doesn’t Solve Human Rights > Coercion Human Rights Demonize Third World Human Rights are Euro-Centric “We're th. Biznas” 49 50 51 52 53 34 55 56-57 58 59-60 61 62 63 64 65 66-67 68 69 70-71 72-74 GDI 2005 THE GIFT Nielson/Carver/Ward Lab Page | of 5 The @ift of Deatin INC Sulo Point A. Ruse & the Majority Gift O RELYING ON LEGISLATIVE SOLUTIONS TO SOCIAL PROBLEMS IS MERELY A SIMULATION OF ADVANCEMENT- ALL THAT CHANGES IS THE ARRANGEMENT OF THE HEGEMONIC SYSTEM. ARRIGO and WILLIAMS 2000 (BRUCE A, CHRISTOPHER R, The (Im) Possibility of Democratic Justice and the “Gift” ofthe Majority On Derrida, Deconstruction, and the Search for Equality, Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, Vol. 16 No. 3, August 2000 321-343) Thus, we see that the majority gift is a ruse: a simulacrum of movement toward aporetic equality and a simulation of democratic justice. By relyin; on the legislature (representing the majority) when economic and social ‘opportunities are availed to minority or underrepresented collectives, the process takes on exactly the form of Derrida’s gift. The majority controls the litical, economic, legal, and social arenas; that is, itis (and always has been) in control of such communities as the employment sector and the educational system. The mandated opportunities that under- or non-represented citizens receive as a result of this falsely eudemonic endeavor are gifts and, thus, ultimately constitute an effort to make minority populations feel better. ‘There is a sense of movement toward equality in the name of democratic justice, albeit falsely manufactured 18 In return for this effort, the majority shows off its long-standing authority (this provides a stark realization to minority groups that power elites are the forces that critically form society as a community), forever indebts under- and non-represented classes to the generosity of the majority (after all, minorities groups now have, presumably, a real chance to attain happiness), and, in a more general sense, furthers the narcissism of the majority (its representatives have displayed power and have been generous). Thus, the ruse of the majority gift assumes the form and has the hegemonical effect of empowering the empowered, re-legitimating the privileged, and fueling the voracious conceit of the advantaged. “We're the Biznas” L - GDI 2005 THE GIFT Nielson/Carver/Ward Lab Page 2 of S The Gift of Death ind pe rason ro conn ar Ha Fo essen SHAN 99 Washburn University, Howard Law Journal 38 How, LJ. 79. Lessons From KHAN 1994 (Ali, Professor of Law, Malcolm X: Freedom by Any Means Necessary) = J noble by throwi the o or i he ri ad eee conc ven by the oppressor are portrayed io the cat, Sunlarly, me civil igs movement any canessons given by the 0 publ as deeds of iu sing tie inberet goodness of the people Pa soprssed mares chilis init fault but consrat 3. Gomme racsussars 10, ax suPERCHARGES THE FOWER OF THE OFFRESSOR- AS LONG AS TE OPPRESSOR CONTROLS THE LEGAL MEANS THEY CAN OFFER RIGHTS WITH ONE HAND AND REVOKE 1 WITH THE OTHER KHAN 196 (A Peso La, Washburn Univ, Howard Law oul sm ‘Maicolm X: ‘Freedom by Any Means Necessary) . = a coe i ee age mea battle." 2167 The problem with a civil struggle is that eee mate sro dor tc terior pena ga he authori ic siege of tt : f that wh pal it a rf the sic a aes 17a, Naki woud pet at ogee opps aL ey ate aking erik ate livlwhre te socal Bncscer's ehh “We're the Biznas” D.