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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 26)

I heard it here first

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- Fri, 20 Sep 2019 23:54:09 EST dZDaQqJv No.179276
File: 1569038049739.jpg -(22223B / 21.70KB, 1024x1024) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. I heard it here first

One of chinabot's odd talking points was about the FDA and slaughterhouse regulations being proof of America hating freedom. I just found out that pork processing facilities are going to be able to monitor and inspect themselves without government oversight. This isn't going to end well. Is all this shit scripted or something? Did the president get influenced by another bot or was this his idea?

>Earlier this week, the U.S. Department of Agriculture finalized a rule that makes a significant number of regulatory changes at pork slaughterhouses. The agency says that the changes are long overdue, and will modernize an inspection system that hasn't been updated in more than five decades. But both consumer advocacy organizations and those who advocate for worker safety have expressed concern that the new system could lead to an increase in food contamination and make conditions more dangerous for slaughterhouse employees.

>The NSIS also removes the limit on line speed, the number of pigs that can be slaughtered each hour. Processing plants have previously been limited to 1,106 pigs per hour, although the USDA says the average is actually closer to 977 per hour. Regardless, the National Council for Occupational Safety and Health (COSH) says that forcing slaughterhouse workers to process more pigs even faster could cause an increase to an already overwhelming number of workplace injuries; the organization says that meatpacking workers are fifteen times more likely to suffer "occupational illness" than workers in other industries.

>Consumer advocacy organizations have expressed their own concerns about NSIS, and what effect it could have on food safety. In 1998, five pork processing plants participated in a 15-year long pilot program called the HACCP-based Inspection Model Project (HIMP), and those plants were allowed to use their own employees to perform the sorting and pre-inspection tasks that would be permissible under the NSIS. Food & Water Watch previously reviewed the food safety performance data from the five HIMP plants, and compared it to data from five "comparably sized" plants that still followed the traditional USDA inspection procedures. Of the regulatory violations that were filed during that time period, 73 percent of the carcass contamination violations and 61 percent of the equipment sanitation violations were found in the plants participating in HIMP.

>The nonprofit Consumer Federation of America is equally troubled by the new rule. "This final rule puts industry profits ahead of public health. Higher line speeds, fewer inspectors, and no microbiological pathogen performance standards are a recipe for a food safety disaster," Thomas Gremillion, the Consumer Federation of America's Director of Food Policy, said in a statement. "The stakes are simply too high to rush forward with a rule like this that introduces sweeping changes to the inspection system without reliable measures in place to assess their impact."
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Edward Fuppermud - Sat, 21 Sep 2019 21:48:28 EST dZDaQqJv No.179299 Reply
There is a big difference but it's hard to see through that heavy victim complex.

Those are the people that paved the way for this to happen and parrot talking points comparing government oversight of industry to primae noctis. They will not admit they were wrong when they start getting trichinosis, they will double down if anything.
Eliza Gadgestore - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 00:07:21 EST tlilhxRg No.179300 Reply
If they don't want to eat shit, maybe they should vote retarded. Health regulations are a necessity.

Is the Boeing 737 Max 8 safe?

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- Mon, 11 Mar 2019 08:39:26 EST 0k+47I+E No.173497
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When a newly built plane crashes, it's not a good thing. When two crashes in a short amount of time, you have to wonder...

(links below have video)
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Phoebe Dartworth - Sat, 07 Sep 2019 16:50:27 EST 3Odo9IR+ No.178952 Reply
Congrats on Boeing on fucking the system that has been used since flying became commercial.
Beatrice Senningdadge - Sat, 07 Sep 2019 18:53:54 EST wFK2Hm63 No.178957 Reply
American airplanes have become the equivalent of soviet cars.

Kashmir siege in India threatens genocide, start to WWIII

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- Sat, 24 Aug 2019 18:56:39 EST TxpuvBgJ No.178619
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India's pseudo-fascist BJP government has been sending thousands of soldiers into Kashmir, the border region with Pakistan at the root of much of their regional conflict. They ordered journalists out of the region and cut off communication with the outside.

Kashmir is home to millions of Muslims and has been under a special administrative status ever since instability caused by the partition of British India. The Indian government has revoked this special status as part of this military action. Some right-wing Indians are hoping the siege will be a "final solution" for India's Muslims.

If the situation gets worse, Pakistan could get involved and hostilities between the two countries could ignite. Both are nuclear-armed nations with over a billion people in the potential crossfire.

Coporate media is mostly silent:
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Shitting Singerlock - Sun, 15 Sep 2019 17:22:41 EST tlilhxRg No.179131 Reply
Shit, Steve Bannon still looking like a cleaned up alcoholic hobo.
Martha Cingerstock - Sun, 15 Sep 2019 18:23:08 EST 3Odo9IR+ No.179132 Reply
I'm honestly impressed how much time this low rent James Bond villein gets for as little he's actually done in his life.
Cyril Hezzleforth - Sat, 21 Sep 2019 16:10:43 EST St28rxXZ No.179296 Reply
Interesting, weird shit:
>But where did Breivik himself draw inspiration from? It probably won’t shock you to hear that he name-checked a range of conservative and far-right commentators from the U.S. and the U.K. in his rambling and racist manifesto. But it might surprise you to discover that this modern icon of white nationalist terrorism also mentioned India, and in particular Hindu nationalism, on a “remarkable 102 pages” of his 1,518-page screed.

>Breivik calls on his “Hindu Nationalist brothers” to “rise up” against the Muslim conquerors of India, and extols Hindu nationalist groups because “they dominate the streets” and “do not tolerate the current injustice and often riot and attack Muslims when things get out of control.” However, he complains, “this behaviour is nonetheless counterproductive.”

>“Instead of attacking the Muslims,” he continues, “they should target the category A and B traitors in India and consolidate military cells and actively seek the overthrow of the cultural Marxist government.”

>For Breivik, it is essential that far-right, Islamophobic movements in Europe and India “learn from each other and cooperate as much as possible” because “our goals are more or less identical.” He even provides a list of online resources for his readers — and it includes the website of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh among them.

>The RSS is a far-right, male-only paramilitary volunteer organization, founded in India in 1925. Breivik may have been lauding the RSS in 2011; but back in the 1920s and 1930s, the founders of the RSS were heaping praise on Europe’s far-right, totalitarian regimes — from Mussolini’s fascists in Italy to Hitler’s Nazis in Germany.

Do we need a US conservitives general thread?

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- Fri, 06 Sep 2019 19:00:09 EST dNUAieOI No.178933
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Sidney Gegglewater - Wed, 18 Sep 2019 23:14:36 EST +8irr0Qf No.179215 Reply
Well, they're up there with Canada. I think that by sheer volume America can at least produce *some* not-retarded posters. Canada however has...Kirt. I think that's just about it. Every other Canadian on the internet is mentally fucking retarded. Australians are turbo retarded though possibly not as bad shitposters online as Canadians.

Really it's toss up between Canadians, Australians, and Americans, except Canada has semi-functioning government for some mysterious reason.
Cyril Buzzford - Sat, 21 Sep 2019 10:41:24 EST tlilhxRg No.179290 Reply
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This article and video isn't available in English, but we're finally hearing something about this shit in the Netherlands.


Which is a good thing. We Dutch can pressure the Indonesian government on quite a few things. Since we're still paying reparations for all the bad shit we did to the Indonesians in the colonial times.

Easy to suspend pay until they fix their shit.
Nathaniel Weffingmot - Sat, 21 Sep 2019 14:40:32 EST qFtXSnUb No.179295 Reply
Eindelijk, let's hope something happens.

Why can't the world be nice :'(

Mormons ban guns, continuing separation from far-right

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- Thu, 29 Aug 2019 15:05:30 EST dwWpzUgX No.178737
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>The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has just updated its policy on firearms, moving from a recommendation that lethal weapons, including guns, were considered “inappropriate” on church property to an outright prohibition of them.

>This marks the latest in a series of small steps the church has taken away from the Republican Party, either by tweaking its own policies or by simply upholding its usual position to the right of center, while members of the GOP swing ever further to the right.

>Merely by doubling down on the church’s prior stance on weapons in church, changing the one word “inappropriate” to “prohibited,” LDS leaders are signaling that they’re not blindly following the direction that many in the GOP are embracing, despite the fact that a majority of U.S. Mormons identify with the Republican Party.

>Gun violence is not the only issue; Mormons are also charting their own path on immigration. The GOP in general has followed Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant agenda. Studies by the Pew Research Center show that Republicans are statistically much more likely than Democrats to believe that immigration is a major problem facing the country and that a border wall will be an effective way to solve the problem — both key elements of President Trump’s platform. Mormons, however, are noticeably more pro-immigrant than other Republicans.

>According to research from the 2016 Next Mormons Survey, a majority of U.S. Mormons feel that immigrants “strengthen our country because of their hard work and talents,” while Pew finds that a majority of Republicans believe that immigrants “are a burden on our country because they take our jobs, housing, and health care.”

>This is evident not just in the beliefs of the rank-and-file but in recent statements of the church, such as one decrying then-candidate Trump’s proposed “Muslim ban” in favor of religious freedom for all people (December 2015). Other statements have been pressing for compassionate solutions for refugees (January 2017), recommending that the federal government allow young DACA immigrants to remain in the country (January 2018) and urging that immigrant families be allowed to stay together rather than separating parents from children at the border (June 2018, and reiterated by church President Russell Nelson in April 2019).

>Abortion is a third issue where Mormons’ views are diverging from the GOP’s.
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Lydia Mittingden - Sat, 21 Sep 2019 13:21:01 EST gdwy/BaV No.179291 Reply
It's all publicity shit. They operate more like a shady business than a religion.
Matilda Subbleshaw - Sat, 21 Sep 2019 14:29:58 EST +8irr0Qf No.179294 Reply
ahh trigger discipline you are aiming at the bride's knees you dumb bitch ffff

Financier Jeffrey Epstein arrested on sex-trafficking charges

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- Sat, 06 Jul 2019 22:47:33 EST Zhdk+f9U No.177242
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NEW YORK — Law enforcement officials say that wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein has been arrested in New York on sex-trafficking charges.

Two law enforcement officials said Epstein was taken into federal custody Saturday on charges involving allegations that date to the 2000s.

The officials spoke to The Associated Press on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the pending case.

Epstein is expected to appear Monday in Manhattan federal court. A message was sent to his attorney seeking comment.

Epstein’s arrest was first reported by The Daily Beast.
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Cyril Buzzford - Sat, 21 Sep 2019 08:16:07 EST tlilhxRg No.179288 Reply
Well, a woman has accused Prince Andrew now.
Lydia Mittingden - Sat, 21 Sep 2019 13:38:27 EST gdwy/BaV No.179292 Reply
Of being involved with Epstein, or being a pedo rapist in general?

Cokie Roberts

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- Fri, 20 Sep 2019 03:29:24 EST QM75V86E No.179252
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RIP Cokie Roberts
Political Journalist extraordnaire.

ICE too stupid to proper redact plans for "Urban Warfare" training facility

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- Wed, 11 Sep 2019 16:54:24 EST L3zo7DjP No.179044
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I'm sure this is nothing to worry about:
>The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency has accidentally revealed the whereabouts of a future "urban warfare" training facility that is expected to include "hyper-realistic" simulations of homes, hotels and commercial buildings in Chicago and Arizona.

>On Tuesday, ICE published an acquisition form for the procurement of "hyper-realistic training devices" for a new training facility for its expanding Special Response Team (SRT) program on the Federal Business Opportunities website.

>The immigration agency had sought to redact the location of the new training facility, but failed to do so properly.

>As a result, Newsweek was able to simply copy and paste the document's contents into a word processor and quickly establish that the facility would be built at the Office of Firearms and Tactical Programs' (OFTP) Tactical Operations Complex (TOC) at Fort Benning, Georgia, a U.S. Army post used to prepare soldiers for combat.

>Throughout the document, areas that were meant to be withheld were not redacted properly, including signature lines at the bottom of the document. Instead of names, these would-be redacted lines contain what appears to be placeholders, such as "ijunynyhhjhjhjjjjjjj," "hnjumgfrdddfffffff" and "BHMKKOOOOOO."
Barnaby Crugglechan - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 17:02:15 EST 3Odo9IR+ No.179045 Reply
Jesus christ, isn't this like the forth time someone has "redacted" a document by just putting a black box on the text without changing the text under it1?

US vs Iran

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- Mon, 06 May 2019 22:40:35 EST eW7lNgCN No.175452
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>Aircraft carrier sent to Middle East after indications Iran planned attack on US forces


Looks like the war drums are fueling up again for more never-ending wars against the middle east. No surprise since the US has been wanting to go after Iran for a long time. This is a bunch of bullshit.
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Lydia Fonkinbatch - Thu, 19 Sep 2019 08:26:28 EST 0efU+AU5 No.179229 Reply
Charlotte Smallgold - Thu, 19 Sep 2019 09:25:11 EST XA6VcPCV No.179230 Reply
The system doesn't want us to think that Saddam had WMDs?

After years of that same system desperately trying to convince us that he did in order to start a war?

Mississippi makes it a jailable offense to call veggie burgers "burgers"

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- Mon, 08 Jul 2019 11:06:27 EST lfz/iOPe No.177293
File: 1562598387688.jpg -(155072B / 151.44KB, 1200x800) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Mississippi makes it a jailable offense to call veggie burgers "burgers"
Land of the free(for agriculture lobbyists)!
>hThis week, a new law went into effect in Mississippi. The state now bans plant-based meat providers from using labels like “veggie burger” or “vegan hot dog” on their products. Such labels are potentially punishable with jail time. Words like “burger” and “hot dog” would be permitted only for products from slaughtered livestock. Proponents claim the law is necessary to avoid confusing consumers — but given that the phrase “veggie burger” hasn’t been especially confusing for consumers this whole time, it certainly seems more like an effort to keep alternatives to meat away from shoppers.

>“The plant-based meat alternative category is on fire right now, with consumers demanding healthier and more sustainable options,” Michele Simon, the executive director of the Plant-Based Foods Association, said in a statement. “This law, along with similar laws in several other states, is the meat lobby’s response.”

>The makers of meat alternatives are suing. In a lawsuit filed on July 2, they argue that since their products are already labeled “vegan,” no consumers are confused. If anything, the requirement that they avoid product descriptions like “veggie burger” makes things more confusing.

>“There is no evidence that consumers are confused by plant-based bacon or veggie burger labels, and federal laws are already in place that prohibits consumer deception,” said Jessica Almy, director of policy at the Good Food Institute, an organization that works on expanding access to plant-based foods. “This law is a tremendous overstep of state powers.”
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Cyril Povingshaw - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 16:25:27 EST 4A+W1pN1 No.177451 Reply
Some people really are dumb enough to vote republican over 100 bucks lesser taxes.
Jenny Wallysteg - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 02:09:26 EST bKmif91H No.177506 Reply
In the end, they don't get their hundred bucks worth out of their politicians anyway.
Few Republicans I would say are even somewhat worthy of being in office in one form or another.

Amazon on Fire

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- Wed, 21 Aug 2019 19:36:44 EST 7M6VDGw/ No.178516
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What do we do? How can we help? This is one of the Earth's greatest ecosystems, there must be something non-brazilians can do besides "send prayers".
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Albert Shittingbury - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 02:51:54 EST tTDoJHxJ No.179145 Reply

Yes, and no. Planting more trees would help, but for a country like the US, every man woman and child would need to plant 10 trees a year, every year to even slightly offset deforestation and there's not a whole lot of places where you can just start planting.

You have to stop deforestation, stop clear cutting the rainforest for grazing land, you have to stop a lot of things and that's just not going to happen.
Clara Blackford - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 03:41:28 EST MvRoQ1jI No.179148 Reply
ChinAI bot is advancing, soon it will be smarter than Netjester
Oliver Wongerbury - Fri, 20 Sep 2019 02:42:06 EST +8irr0Qf No.179248 Reply
Disturbing thing is how much chinabot is trying to use poltardisms now

Trump is gonna ban vaping

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- Wed, 11 Sep 2019 17:11:42 EST L3zo7DjP No.179046
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It's a good thing these small-government, personal freedom, individual freedom loving conservatives are here to protect us from the nanny-state left:
>The Trump administration, with guidance from the FDA, is preparing to ban the sale of all flavored e-cigarettes across the US, the administration said in an unexpected announcement. The ban will build on former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb's proposal to ban flavored tobacco products like Juul.

>"The Trump Administration is making it clear that we intend to clear the market of flavored e-cigarettes to reverse the deeply concerning epidemic of youth e-cigarette use that is impacting children, families, schools and communities," Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said in a statement. "We will not stand idly by as these products become an on-ramp to combustible cigarettes or nicotine addiction for a generation of youth."

>Azar and acting FDA Commissioner Norman Sharpless said the ban will include all flavored vaping products including mint and menthol flavors. Flavored vape products have gained scrutiny because they seem to be marketed toward young adults.

>"She's got a son ... she feels very strongly about it," Trump said of Melania's involvement in the vaping issue.
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Cedric Buzzdale - Thu, 19 Sep 2019 16:40:39 EST L3zo7DjP No.179237 Reply
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>Guns are also pretty ineffective at killing people to be fair. I mean arson, bombing, and toxic/poison gases are much more effective.
Lol gonna need some kind of evidence for that, buddy.

There's a reason why intellectually-stunted failsons gravitate towards "point-point-bang-bang with my Walmart purchase" rather than bomb-building or synthesizing chemoweapons, and it's not because the former is somehow harder to pull off.
Nell Bluvingham - Thu, 19 Sep 2019 19:26:59 EST fxZPTs+O No.179239 Reply
>intellectually-stunted failsons

There's your problem. Houthis are smarter. They build rockets and tank 50% of their enemy's economy in a single blow.

1 Million+ Protesters in Hong Kong

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- Wed, 19 Jun 2019 22:32:54 EST 4scaaRdR No.176884
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Hong Kong citizens are protesting a potential bill which has since been suspended which will allow extradition to other countries including mainland China. People don't want to get disappeared by Xi so they are taking to the streets. Chill on this source, it's BBC's youtube channel, the original video was some gay iPlayer shit only available in the UK. But this vid explains it well.


This one is good too

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Eugene Hudgenutch - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 05:59:47 EST UDt2el4P No.178994 Reply
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Is the HK protests over yet?
Emma Lightshaw - Fri, 20 Sep 2019 17:56:39 EST 2frQs8IP No.179274 Reply

Nah. Still hasn't cost the HK oligarchs enough to accept a PRC intervention as a cheaper alternative.

New mass shooting gernal.

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- Wed, 01 May 2019 01:17:42 EST VjbP5tfK No.175316
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The last one died. Never again!

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Shit Hungerfuck - Fri, 20 Sep 2019 15:48:02 EST 3Odo9IR+ No.179270 Reply
Next you'll tell me Cops will stop school shootings.

Keep parting the same bullshit bub. Obviously we need to just put the schools in Prisons. Anyone without a hall pass gets lit up, clearly the only way to keep kids safe.
Emma Clendlehood - Fri, 20 Sep 2019 16:23:47 EST WL3e2fsO No.179271 Reply

Metal detectors and bag searches to get into sports stadiums, concerts, airports
>this is fine

Metal detectors and bag searches to get into schools

This is why we can't fix the problem.
Shitting Becklefield - Fri, 20 Sep 2019 16:59:22 EST 4scaaRdR No.179272 Reply

you failed to comprehend his hyperbolic suggestion of putting schools into prisons, so that he could make a point. he did not equate the presence of metal detectors to prisons. try reading it again more slowly.

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