The 2014 Cross Examination Debate Association's national championship was held at Indiana University. The final round featured a "debate" between two all-black teams - one male and the other female.

Both teams relied heavily on unintelligible rhythm and emotional chants. Predictably, logic was nowhere to be found. The whole affair resembled African tribal story telling.

The debate was supposed to be about whether the U.S. president's war powers should be limited, but the two black women made a one sided decision to change the topic to how the U.S. government was racist against black communities.

At one point, one of the black males debating the two females was told his time was up. Instead of yielding, he screamed "Fu** the time!"

Breitbart News reports that black participants in college debate have started attacking the rules of the competition as racist:
"at the 2013 championship, the winners, two black men from Emporia State University, Ryan Walsh and Elijah Smith, also based their strategy on ignoring the stated resolution and attacked the basic framework of collegiate debate, asserting that the format had historically given the edge to straight, white, middle-class students."
This trend follows a broader one in which blacks move into white space and attack everything they come into contact with. Often, this ends in the destruction of something that was once functional, and this phenomenon is linked to white flight out of diverse spaces. 

Aaron Hardy, a debate coach for Northwestern, hates the recent chaos caused by black participants:
"We end up… with a large percentage of debates being devoted to arguing about the rules, rather than anything substantive… Judges have been very angry, coaches have screamed and yelled. People have given profanity-laced tirades, thrown furniture, and both sides of the ideological divide have used racial slurs."
The 2014 "debate" was judged by affirmative action criteria. The four participants had made it to the finals because all were black. However, because one team was male and the other was female the rules mandated that the minority female team take the victory.

Ironically, the winning team was from Towson University, a school whose white students claim is saturated with black crime.

Some say college debates are racist because the logic based format favors high IQ whites and discriminates against low IQ black participants. Others have argued that the 100 meter dash is racist because no white person has won the gold medal in that event since 1980.

Clips from this year's debate can be seen in the video below.

Christians should be concerned about this debate trend.

If this kind of chaotic behavior spills over into the Church then Christians will be guilty of violating the apostle Paul's mandate in 1 Corinthians 14:40: "Let all things be done decently and in order."