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Great job, guys! This was a really tough one to choose.
@qallout Appreciate the quality feedback from all the judges. Thank you.
Hard luck @srikmy , super close call.. congrats @singalport, stand by for your new pairing for Round 3
It's already happening in many countries in Asia somewhat legally, people should do whatever they want to with their bodies...
@pennylane I agree
@pennylane the only county i know of where its legal in is Iran. It happens in 1 or 2 states of northeast India where non-family members can "donate" but not legally and exploitation of dirt poor Napalese occurs (Al Jazeera English- YouTube). Because it's illegal here the wealthy fly to China where the government steals organs from prisoners it executes and sells them (NBC proved this some 15 years ago).
This is a classic case of a slippery slope.It will immediately increase the danger of human trafficking which is already an overlooked crisis.
@rosa1465 I dont think there is an actual factual evidence for this argument, I rather think its merely speculative.
@singalport to be honest I have not logged in to my account since then so I'll have to watch this again to respond
Dude on the left knows his shit
The biggest issue I have with the opt-out system is it Assumes you are the property of the collective/government (collectivism) until you declare you're not. It also gives financial incentives to hospitals (this has ACTUALLY Happened) to pull the plug on an organ donor early to get at the field of fresh pbody parts. Allowing families to sell the organs provides protection and incentives and assistance to the family of the deceased.
@srikmy you make a good point about Knowing who or where the organ is going. People are much more willing to give things up if they know who is receiving them.
@qallout I would like to dispute the result of this debate.