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


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- Thu, 27 Jun 2019 22:27:04 EST ssfESm+9 No.177048
File: 1561688824473.jpg -(68340B / 66.74KB, 1000x750) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. https://www.cnn.com/2019/06/27/us/illinois-expunging-marijuana-convictions-trnd/index.html
>The state's new Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act, which takes effect in 2020, allows people to automatically receive clemency for convictions up to 30 grams of cannabis. Those convicted with larger amounts, from 30-500 grams can petition a court to have the charge lifted.

So how long do you think it will be until this becomes a Federal law instead?

Who wants to take a road trip?
Will this thread devolved into race baiting bullshit? STAY TUNED TO FIND OUT
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Emma Pockwill - Thu, 04 Jul 2019 05:02:50 EST F0Vk3YPv No.177197 Reply
Where's the demarcation between state & federal rights?
Lillian Clacklegold - Thu, 25 Jul 2019 10:43:43 EST 8c32w9KN No.177641 Reply
>So how long do you think it will be until this becomes a Federal law instead?
Too long. Republicans get too much money from private person lobbyists and it has the fringe benefit of helping them control who gets to vote.

I'm actually curious as to the current scotus opinion on this as well, if it hypothetically becomes federal law.

Mueller Testifies On Russiagate and Obstruction of Justice

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- Wed, 24 Jul 2019 12:01:56 EST cTqHsJvI No.177627
File: 1563984116412.jpg -(73868B / 72.14KB, 960x392) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Mueller Testifies On Russiagate and Obstruction of Justice
You can find a variety of corporatist news outlets covering it here (the algorithm favors MSM sources).

For those who haven't been following Russiagate:

Wikileaks released emails from the DNC that were alleged to have been hacked and stolen by Russia. Later we discovered that the DNC internally leaked the documents themselves onto a USB flash drive. Then the narrative became, "Russia trolled people on FB and that act changed the election." Although that was laughable on its own, and a clear shifting of goalposts to perpetuate the narrative in the face of overwhelming evidence against it, evidence linking the farm with the Kremlin never was provided.

Now the case has shifted to Trump's clear obstruction of the investigation. Despite these allegations, it looks like this conspiracy, now two years in the making, is going to greatly bolster Trump's 2020 prospects, and has effectively redirected progressive energy away from legitimate issues associated with the president (issues that the democratic and republic establishments don't want to talk about), instead focusing them into a conspiracy greatly lacking in evidence. Trump has effectively been exonerated, while his real crimes go unexamined, and Russia has been found guilty, setting the stage for a war with Russia while simultaneously bolstering the establishment's right-wing option against the threat of Bernie.

For an independent take, I'd point you to Aaron Mate, of the Grayzone, Max Blumenthal's investigative journalism outlet.
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Eliza Gondlebeg - Thu, 25 Jul 2019 08:53:45 EST fDbnZ1zF No.177639 Reply
The whole hype around how it would bring down Trump. Which was obvious from the start that it never would as long as Mitch McConnell is in the Senate. And that the accusations were overblown.

They only seem like elite because they are the default demographic for representation in the media. By elite I mean you actually have direct control over politics or the economy. Both of which is almost exclusively large business owners.

Impeachment is still effective on obstructionist grounds since the administration won't be able to get shit done while its going on. Pelosi has nothing better to do than obstruct Trump and Mitch since any gain will be attributed to the ruling party as will any failure. She should be trying to tank the administration like Mitch did under Obama. Of course this assumes Pelosi actually gives a shit about the party line and doesn't want to only stay in power and serve her patron donors.
Martin Goodfield - Thu, 25 Jul 2019 10:23:33 EST 823gAy+X No.177640 Reply
And the boogies stooges they employ
Liberals can't hate the man when he pays the car lease and student loans.
Reuben Bongerworth - Thu, 25 Jul 2019 13:30:34 EST M/Ws53KS No.177642 Reply

What the fuck does that even mean?

Also, there are plenty of other reasons to fucking despise him.

Murderous Subhuman Temporarily Re-Instated to get Lifetime Pension

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- Fri, 12 Jul 2019 20:31:00 EST 4scaaRdR No.177454
File: 1562977860513.webm [mp4] -(5115731B / 4.88MB, 480x360) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Murderous Subhuman Temporarily Re-Instated to get Lifetime Pension

>A US police officer who was fired after shooting dead an unarmed man was temporarily rehired so he could apply for a pension, local media report.

Warning, don't watch my OP webm if you don't want bad vibes. The man behind the gun was fired from the Mesa PD and later acquitted of murder charges. He was then re-hired for a period of 42 days so that he could submit an application for medical retirement based on accidental disability, namely PTSD from the murder in webm related, thereby qualifying him for a lifetime monthly pension if approved.

As a resident of Arizona this case shocked me, as did the footage, and as soon as this scumbag's pic popped up in the news I recognized him. It was in fact the OP image I used when I made the original thread about this incident.

It just goes to show that once again the rules do not apply to those with power, or those they favor.

Truly disgusting and abhorrent. I am very upset by this.
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Albert Bardcocke - Wed, 24 Jul 2019 00:54:22 EST omiC6HKa No.177625 Reply
Yes, because setting fire to the building he was in, and preventing his escape from the burning building, is less direct than shooting him... clearly.
Cedric Wesslegold - Wed, 24 Jul 2019 11:39:26 EST cTqHsJvI No.177626 Reply
I live here, and also have, from time to time, gone by the moniker" copfag, because of my direct work in LE. I can confirm what he is saying. But don't take it from me. Just look into the Massachusetts State Police overtime fraud scandal that blew up.

What they won't tell you about that, is that the reason it went on so long is because high ranking troopers were doing it, and that encouraged lower ranking troopers to either ignore it or do it themselves. Not a single trooper even dared to report their fellow troopers for the bad conduct. They should have, but I understand why they didn't.
Martha Finninglidging - Wed, 24 Jul 2019 16:26:59 EST Zpj3paAj No.177628 Reply
A corrupt dept, an officer reported a cop who held a gun to a mans head in a police car, handcuffed. Well he is still working, I guess you could call it work. The cop who reported him, kinda got a bad time. Yea older criminal cops teach younger cops how to be corrupt, while the others just go about their jobs, knowing what is happening, yet are far far more braver and worthy of 'the badge.'

But as with any line of work. Corrupt cops do get justice often. As they say, have another job to fall back on. Otherwise, if you keep cool, and be a decent person who happens to be a police officer, keep on being just that.

Kill all animefags

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- Thu, 18 Jul 2019 08:36:49 EST k4enMT4C No.177548
File: 1563453409978.jpg -(62094B / 60.64KB, 1280x600) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Kill all animefags

>Japanese emergency officials say that at least 23 people have died at Kyoto Animation studio, which was the site of an arson attack on Thursday morning. In addition, upwards of 35 people have been injured (some critically) and around 18 people are missing. The studio is located in Uji, a suburb of Kyoto, Japan.

>The company operates out of multiple buildings. The fire was set at the company’s 1st Studio Building, shortly after 10 am, and the blaze gutted the entire three-story building. Anime News Network reports that most of Kyoto Animation’s “main line production takes place inside the building.”

>According to Japanese public broadcaster NHK, police apprehended a Japanese man in his 40s who allegedly poured a flammable liquid inside the building before igniting it. His identity or reason for attacking the studio have not been revealed at this time.

>New reports from survivors claim that the man yelled “You die!” as he dumped the flammable liquid. They said that he did not appear to be an employee of the company.

Was he an anti-weeb edgelord taking his edge to the next level? Or was he a crazy otaku mad at the studio about something in one of their cartoons? Or perhaps just a regular old gay hater mad that they put lesbians in a show. Whatever it is, place your bets now!
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James Wollerstock - Mon, 22 Jul 2019 19:35:17 EST QgwvDyjp No.177614 Reply
Unclear yet, he's under sedation in a hospital and hasn't been questioned, Japanese media is going with something about them stealing his novel but I'm not sure if that's just cause of the "fucking ripoffs" comment
Priscilla Picklefield - Mon, 22 Jul 2019 21:29:42 EST cTqHsJvI No.177617 Reply
Graham Clinkinfoot - Tue, 23 Jul 2019 22:52:35 EST +8irr0Qf No.177621 Reply
>anti-weeb edgelord
All the edgelords and many mass murdering neonazi pimps are the weebs

Dems Cave on the Border, Give Trump More Power to Carry Out Abuse

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- Sat, 29 Jun 2019 20:35:27 EST ZFYt25KX No.177086
File: 1561854927679.jpg -(39451B / 38.53KB, 708x621) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Dems Cave on the Border, Give Trump More Power to Carry Out Abuse
>While attention has been focused on the Democratic debate—in which most contenders are pushing progressive policies—congressional Democrats have moved in the opposite direction. They caved on an emergency border supplemental appropriation that can now be used by Trump to make the border situation worse, not better.

>This is how it happened, folks. The House had been working on a $4.5 billion emergency border supplemental appropriation designed to respond to the inhumane conditions in migrant holding cells. The goal was to use the funds to improve standards for migrants, and include safeguards to prevent Trump from using the money to finance deportation raids or his border wall.

>But then Mitch McConnell and Senate Republicans, along with a number of Senate Dems, came up with their own $4.6 billion bill containing none of the safeguards to limit the funding to emergency aid—even earmarking some of it to continue Trump’s draconian immigration policies, including funding for ICE and funds that could be used for additional tent camps to warehouse more migrants. Chuck Schumer did nothing to keep the House safeguards in the Senate bill.

>Worse yet, when the Senate bill got to the House, Democratic centrists led by Josh Gottheimer organized enough votes to block the House from putting the safeguards back into the bill.

>Nancy Pelosi caved—accepting a bill her House majority had no hand in writing—and the House passed the Senate version, with 129 Democrats supporting it.
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Shit Braffingletch - Fri, 19 Jul 2019 18:36:09 EST k4enMT4C No.177571 Reply
Without liberalized trade rules, globalism couldn't exist. They also wouldn't be moving to these countries if the IMF didn't tell them to lower their tax rate to basically zero for these large companies. Then the companies come in and pollute the shit out of the country, pay extremely low wages which barely gives anything at all to the state in income taxes or sales taxes and they can never get enough money to spend on public welfare projects like infrastructure. Hell, just look at the state of India, they can't even provide basic drinking water to their people yet they're great for western investors who want to produce lots of cheap crap there because lots of starving people means cheap labor and the rich western investors get the lion's share of the profits. All of this could be changed with different regulation.
Hugh Ginnerson - Sun, 21 Jul 2019 18:35:04 EST fxZPTs+O No.177596 Reply
Global capital depends on the continuance of the nation-state because a completely global economy, with true freedom of movement for labor, would mean that wages would coalesce to a global equilibrium, eliminating a major source of capitalist profits: global labor market arbitrage.

If American corporations could no longer offshore to China, India, Vietnam, etc., because those workers could come to the US, or American workers could likewise go where the work is; if workers in America could unionize with workers in Mexico, Brazil, China, South Africa, and go on strike simultaneously; capital would be in a fucking bind.

So capital depends on the continuance of the nation-state and the continuance of border regimes. This is a contradiction that threatens to underpin the entire capitalist order, as political forces move against capital (e.g. American "national conservatism" via Tucker Carlson renouncing market fundamentalism and free trade rhetoric) back toward the nation-state form and corresponding nationalist ethos, while capital grows more dependent day by day on the liberalized international trade regime. The contradiction bursting forward could mean either the total globalization of the world economy, or a protracted crisis culminating in an imperialist war.

All I gotta say is, don't think workers in the third world are the enemy. The enemy is global capital. The international working class needs to seize control and institute a global confderation of labor, based on natural work democracy. Love, knowledge, and work are the well springs of life. They should also govern it.
Clara Crunderbatch - Sat, 27 Jul 2019 05:01:07 EST sUNqt+2R No.177650 Reply
Also no transport costs for materials and people and no tendancy for people to prefer certain areas for a variety of reasons and have a "stickiness" due to things like family and friends and knowing the area and language.

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.

Oregon GOP refuse to work, threatens police with domestic terrorism to avoid emissions vote

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- Sat, 29 Jun 2019 20:50:29 EST ZFYt25KX No.177087
File: 1561855829679.png -(610704B / 596.39KB, 1300x1558) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Oregon GOP refuse to work, threatens police with domestic terrorism to avoid emissions vote
>Oregon's Democratic Party brought to its state Senate a bill that would make people pay a tax for their greenhouse gas emissions. They would be the second state to pass this law after California.

>On Thursday, the 12 Republicans in the 30-person senate decided to flee the state instead of voting on the bill and the hundred or so others proposed for this session. This worked because 20 people are needed to hold a vote.

>The Democratic governor sent state police to find these senators, but (unlike when democrats walked out in the past) the police were "unable to find" any of them, somehow.

>In response to this threat of police, right-wing terrorists offered to act as paramilitary bodyguards for the Republicans, an offer that was encouraged and accepted by multiple senators. One Republican senator tells the police to "send bachelors and come heavily armed" essentially threatening ton kill and police sent to make them do their jobs

>The legislative meeting on Saturday was called off due to threats of right-wing terrorism that seemed to be celebrated by the official Oregon GOP Twitter account.

>On Tuesday, the Democratic senate president capitulated to the Republicans and terrorists, saying that they would not pass the bill.

>The mainstream media has been pretty much silent about the Republican Party's open encouragement of terrorism and violence. The Democrats once again showed that even with all of the votes needed, they will fall to pressure and fail to pass the most basic legislation.
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Caroline Bunfuck - Thu, 11 Jul 2019 17:37:28 EST 4scaaRdR No.177423 Reply

>sticking up for their views

>fleeing the state and not doing their fucking job, threatening cops

pic one
Cornelius Pickbury - Thu, 11 Jul 2019 18:08:42 EST +caSzARK No.177425 Reply
>running away and being giant cowards and threatening anyone coming to get them
>sticking up for their constituents

if i voted for any of these bitches i'd think they were fucking cowards

NY Times Sends Stories to US Government Before Publishing For Approval

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- Wed, 03 Jul 2019 14:14:05 EST KetzL85W No.177189
File: 1562177645288.jpg -(105144B / 102.68KB, 1320x1056) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. NY Times Sends Stories to US Government Before Publishing For Approval
As if any of you didn't know that all of the mainstream media outlets in the US are controlled by the government, the NY Times came out and admitted that they send their stories to the federal government for approval by "National Security Officials" before publishing (or withholding) them. President Trump called the admission by the Times an, "Act of Treason," to which the Times pointed out that the story received the OK from the US government before it was printed. It appears that they have since taken down the story.

Sometimes it's hard to tell what's worse, the state of our media, or the state of our government. Bernie/Tulsi/Gravel 2020
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Eliza Sollerwet - Tue, 09 Jul 2019 12:24:18 EST 8pt/AtPX No.177341 Reply
100% of the terrorist attacks in the US have been from the right.

We already know whats happening in the world friend. Its you and your band of idiots.
Basil Purrydale - Tue, 09 Jul 2019 14:47:13 EST X3tTs9EU No.177343 Reply
Thx for explaining the world to us, angry 14 year old gamer.

Nationwide strikes and protests in Sudan ongoing, met with massacres

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- Thu, 13 Jun 2019 12:26:36 EST nKRFuIvh No.176701
File: 1560443196346.jpg -(125732B / 122.79KB, 900x896) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Nationwide strikes and protests in Sudan ongoing, met with massacres
Western media is ignoring this:
>At dawn on Monday, June 3, paramilitary forces raided the sit-in opposite the Army General Command in Khartoum, Sudan, raining fire on protesters and bringing an end to six months of a largely peaceful uprising. Soldiers broke through the demonstrators’ barricades, burnt their tents to the ground, and shot at and beat protesters. Witnesses spoke of soldiers shooting indiscriminately, throwing bodies of slain protesters into the Nile, and raping two of the medics at the sit-in.

>Within forty-eight hours, the death toll rose to over a hundred, as tens of bodies were recovered from the Nile. Five hundred more were injured in what could only be described as a premeditated massacre.

>The sit-in outside the military headquarters had become the focal point of the ongoing Sudanese Revolution, with students and professionals having camped out to protest the ruling military regime since early April. Led by the Sudanese Professionals Association, an umbrella group of trade unions that had previously been banned by the regime, the uprising maintained a nonviolent and highly organized character, culminating in a two-day general strike at the end of May.

>But two months after the initial protests that ousted dictator Omar al-Bashir, the revolutionaries were still voicing their same principal demand: an end to military rule in Sudan and a civilian-led transition government that could lead the way to fair and democratic elections. Weeks of negotiations with the military had stalemated, with the military refusing to relinquish control.

>Last Monday’s attack was led by the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), a state-controlled offshoot of the Janjaweed, a militia responsible for war crimes in Darfur. After storming and brutally massacring demonstrators in Khartoum’s sit-in, the RSF then moved to the surrounding neighborhoods — which had also boasted anti-regime protests and ongoing congregations of demonstrators — continuing to disperse, beat, and shoot activists.
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Cornelius Bingerfoot - Sat, 06 Jul 2019 09:52:24 EST 3wj2EfwC No.177223 Reply
Dictators are the most disconnected rulers. The only time they inform themselves about their people is when they read secret service reports.
Oliver Buzzgold - Sat, 06 Jul 2019 10:17:19 EST IX5eSfGT No.177224 Reply
The dictator was already deposed

The country is led by the military

The protesters remained unhappy

Islamists gun down
John Fuckingdale - Sat, 06 Jul 2019 19:19:14 EST zUO3I5ku No.177237 Reply
>people hating on immigrants, they get treated like dirt all the fucking time,
>it's sickening.

Always kinda been that way. Immigrants need not apply.

U.S. Representative Amash quits Republican Party on July 4

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- Thu, 04 Jul 2019 12:40:47 EST Zhdk+f9U No.177201
File: 1562258447709.jpg -(68809B / 67.20KB, 500x455) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. U.S. Representative Amash quits Republican Party on July 4

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Representative Justin Amash, a frequent critic of President Donald Trump, quit the Republican Party on Thursday, saying politicians have become more loyal to their parties than to the American people.

The congressman from Michigan, the first Republican in Congress to say openly that the president has engaged in impeachable behavior, said he has become disenchanted with party politics and frightened by its consequences.

“The two-party system has evolved into an existential threat to American principles and institutions,” he wrote in a Washington Post opinion piece published on the U.S. Independence Day holiday.

“Instead of acting as an independent branch of government and serving as a check on the executive branch, congressional leaders of both parties expect the House and Senate to act in obedience or opposition to the president and their colleagues on a partisan basis,” Amash wrote.
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Lydia Bezzledale - Fri, 05 Jul 2019 18:53:34 EST C7ZjEFkc No.177214 Reply
>Flyover state
>Home of the American auto industry

Huge lobbying and union industry. Definitely a step above flyover state.
Samuel Ginningham - Fri, 05 Jul 2019 20:13:16 EST 4scaaRdR No.177215 Reply
This is great news. Hopefully many others follow and form a new party

More Evidence of Direct US Military Involvement in Yemen

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- Sat, 22 Jun 2019 21:31:07 EST KetzL85W No.176978
File: 1561253467219.jpg -(59718B / 58.32KB, 798x599) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. More Evidence of Direct US Military Involvement in Yemen
On June 6th, 2019, a US military drone flew into Yemeni airspace, and was subsequently shot down by Houthi rebels. Although this isn't the first incident of this sort in 2019, the US has repeatedly claimed to have no direct involvement in the Yemeni Genocide for a while now, so it seems brazen that they would fly an MQ-9 Reaper drone, a highly advanced bomb-slinging death machine, into the warzone. I'm sure that many of us, given the steady stream of evidence, already knew that the US was doing more than just arming, training, funding, and providing intel to the Saudis, but this is just one more case of the US being caught red-handed committing genocide in the country. What is unique here is that the New York Times actually covered it. Pic is the type of drone shot down.

Lee Camp of Redacted Tonight (progressive source)

The New York Times (corporatist source)

Anti-War News (anti-interventionist source)
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Simon Hammerwedging - Thu, 27 Jun 2019 11:35:45 EST +BOjAWkc No.177038 Reply
Did anyone even mention this once?

Or were they too busy trying to impress us with their high-school AP Spanish?
Samuel Blackcocke - Fri, 28 Jun 2019 15:27:11 EST KetzL85W No.177065 Reply
Tulsi Gabbard took a strong stance against regime-change wars during the debates. Bernie Sanders directly called out the military industrial complex. Those are the only two I saw.
Alice Chellylock - Fri, 28 Jun 2019 16:00:31 EST +/SwitG1 No.177067 Reply
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Marianne Williamson called out the role that American foreign policy plays in fueling the refugee crisis in Latin America.

DoJ Trump Lawyer argues Detained Children Not Entitled to Soap

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- Thu, 20 Jun 2019 15:53:49 EST 4scaaRdR No.176908
File: 1561060429229.jpg -(6998410B / 6.67MB, 3905x2671) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. DoJ Trump Lawyer argues Detained Children Not Entitled to Soap

>Ms Fabian maintained in a Ninth Circuit court in San Francisco that the government had fulfilled the Flores agreement because it did not specifically list items such as soap or toothbrushes.

>Circuit Judge William Fletcher questioned the government's reasoning.

>"Are you arguing seriously that you do not read the agreement as requiring you to do anything other than what I just described: cold all night long, lights on all night long, sleeping on concrete and you've got an aluminium foil blanket?"
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Jarvis Devinglane - Wed, 26 Jun 2019 15:19:10 EST GPP7aohH No.177027 Reply
Aren't they paying enormous sums to have those kids stashed away? If those private contractors don't give them anything they're effectively ripping off the state for unprovided services.
Priscilla Cittingson - Thu, 27 Jun 2019 11:33:04 EST jseM7/tI No.177035 Reply
"Effectively", it's probably one of Trump's or pence's buddies who have the contract and this was understood from the beginning.
, - Thu, 04 Jul 2019 03:54:28 EST omEzGUPR No.177194 Reply
There s no doubt that gov tries to keep people incarcerated under private contracting. That is what this is. Two girls got into a mutual cat fight as
juveniles. One was kept not still but for like 3 years. In a contracted juvenile detention facility. Juveniles get wrecked badly in our the Us aytem and other systems.

For profit human, profit warehousing of humans is needs to be addressed.
So some girls got into a hair pulling match and one gets 3 years without proper recourse. The DA, the Judges, work with this. The kids do get abused. Which
makes the dillema even more difficult.

So in the border CRISIS, missing kids, get raped, abused, stripped from their families.

In order, 'disappeared' both the kids and their famally structure.

The ever-going non-nonsensical tactics that evolve to fight illegal immigration is just another flash-in-the-pan. None makes sense either.

Trump proposed this.
Say sending tax payer dollars to dump so-called illegals to say Denver the sanctuary city, to prove-a-political-point. Then What.

He is not a racist per-say, he is a political idiot.

German far-right group 'used police data to compile death list'

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- Sat, 29 Jun 2019 10:16:59 EST qFtXSnUb No.177079
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>A group of German rightwing extremists compiled a “death list” of leftwing and pro-refugee targets by accessing police records, then stockpiled weapons and ordered body bags and quicklime to kill and dispose of their victims, German media have reported, citing intelligence sources.

>However, a report by RedaktionsNetzwerk Deutschland, a Hanover-based research agency with links to smaller regional newspapers, suggested the group was actively preparing the ground for a mass attack on political enemies.

>Three members of Nordkreuz were being separately investigated by a prosecutor in Schwerin for illegal possession of more than 10,000 bullets as well as long- and short-range weapons.

>The report came a few weeks after the murder of a pro-refugee politician by a rightwing extremist terrorists, and amid a growing debate about whether Germany’s domestic intelligence agency, the BfV, has underestimated the threat posed by the militant far right.

Reminder of who they are
Henry Buzzstock - Sat, 29 Jun 2019 10:20:31 EST tlilhxRg No.177081 Reply
Yeah, the far-right is a huge problem in Germany, because the cops and intelligence service haven't kept an eye on them for a long time.

They murdered a local (rightwing) politician who said pro-refugee things (from a christian mindset) a few weeks ago, and that has gotten the ball rolling.

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