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  1. What did I learn from this debate? This was a closed controlled debate – you say, I say. I would rather see an open debate which is like a boxing match – you hit them on a point until that point is cleared up, then move to the next point, and so on. Don’t let them escape with half-baked answers and lies – hold them until they give an answer with which you are satisfied. For these types of debates, you need to prepare yourself very well. Good examples are the debate with Muslims on their Quran and Islam – see thousands of these debate videos on my other Facebook blog – SHALOM EX-MUSLIMS. A friendly warning – never think that you know everything when debating people on a subject where there are religion and politics involved. There are always two sides to a coin. If I may give a tip here, debate the person on what he knows, not what you know. It will come very clear what tactics to follow if you take the time and listen to as many of the debate videos on my Facebook or from many other channels all over Youtube and the internet. These are just my 2-pennies thoughts on this subject. Good luck. BTW, don’t debate me, I know nothing.🤫🤔🤐

  2. For people who want to debate others on whatever subject is on the table the best results you will ever get will be if you follow the “Columbus Approach”. What the heck is that? Go and google that – you will be amazed. You can thank me later.

  3. VIKING BOER wrote:

    For people who want to debate others on whatever subject is on the table the best results you will ever get will be if you follow the “Columbus Approach”. What the heck is that? Go and google that – you will be amazed. You can thank me later.

    Just don’t try that trick on me, I have a counter-attack for it.

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