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AK Steel and gas leaks

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- Mon, 23 Nov 2020 22:24:28 EST F0oUS4ko No.188686
File: 1606188268363.jpg -(84545B / 82.56KB, 760x380) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. AK Steel and gas leaks
I didn't know where else to post this but in September 2019, AK Steel in Middletown, Ohio had a gas leak of a chemical used to treat the steel in the plant. The shift first exposed complained of nausea, head aches, and labored breathing while working. They also noticed a faint scent in the air "the additive used in chemicals that would be early detection of a gas of that type leak.

The shift coming off was told if they wanted to see a doctor they can schedule an appointment with the company's paid doctor. The shift coming on was told about a known gas leak but that it was a non-toxic gas and nothing to concern over. THEY WERE NOT TOLD ABOUT THE COMPLAINTS OF THE FORMER SHIFT.

More fell ill and one of the workers went to the ER, he had been exposed to a toxic gas which was the physician's professional diagnoses as the cause of the man's visit.

Now here's the thing. This recently popped back in my head because I remember reading about this story "down time at the job" when it broke last year. However, anything I look up about this incident, let alone the individual and story related to him. Anything pertaining to that story is a dead end. Any search leads you to "this is currently being investigated, and see full story below. That just sends you to the bottom of page you could get to with 0.25 seconds of scrolling.

What's the chances this story got scrubbed cause the company is a "too big to fail" entity. I feel like if it was settled and done, there'd be something about it...
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Nathaniel Buzzshit - Sat, 26 Dec 2020 01:14:39 EST 2C3BEPRu No.189054 Reply
Americans think
that the US is a free
and peaceful country with a balanced budget.
Alice Fummerdale - Sat, 26 Dec 2020 04:14:33 EST dL1pz8Oy No.189059 Reply
Americans think banning oil imports would only hurt Saudi Arabia.


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- Tue, 08 Dec 2020 22:28:03 EST GetU3kJC No.188785
File: 1607484483921.jpg -(59963B / 58.56KB, 721x540) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. SPACE JEW'S ALIEN NEWS


>A "galactic federation" has been waiting for humans to "reach a stage where we will understand... what space and spaceships are," Haim Eshed said.

What the fuck
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Isabella Dittingstane - Sat, 12 Dec 2020 22:15:43 EST p2+N2C+k No.188830 Reply
lol fr? I can see that, what about eyewitness accounts of pilots from different aircraft?
Eliza Cebblesore - Sun, 13 Dec 2020 02:41:32 EST elf8nHtR No.188831 Reply
they better start using the spirit bombs and awaken humanity then
Albert Bemmernit - Sun, 13 Dec 2020 03:45:07 EST dZDaQqJv No.188832 Reply
Was it the same guy who would huff airhorn gas and post incoherently to the point people thought it was a bot? I remember him and whole heatedly think he was pretty awesome.

Coronavirus crisis in North and East Syria – November 2020

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- Wed, 02 Dec 2020 16:32:44 EST HwZ2oXyM No.188721
File: 1606944764156.png -(450496B / 439.94KB, 629x330) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Coronavirus crisis in North and East Syria – November 2020
>Our latest monthly report on the coronavirus crisis in North and East Syria finds:

>New quarantine in place across North and East Syria (NES) as coronavirus cases continue to rise
>NES faces worst economic hardship in Syria as a result of coronavirus, 48% of families experiencing significant hardship
>NES also has lowest level of adherence to preventative guidelines, 93% of households struggling to implement basic measures
>Heseke region struggling to contain coronavirus due to chronic water shortages, doctor warns
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Lillian Clerryspear - Thu, 10 Dec 2020 20:14:18 EST c1O9bfnm No.188811 Reply

Having freedom doesn't mean that the country will be controlled by companies.

You can boycott businesses, but governments that fail get larger. You can ignore companies, but the government will kill you, torture you, grope you, wiretap you, steal your property, or kidnap you if you ignore government decrees.
Sidney Sumblesedge - Fri, 11 Dec 2020 17:04:36 EST y/l+OApu No.188816 Reply






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James Chummermud - Fri, 11 Dec 2020 19:29:06 EST tvRlWms9 No.188821 Reply
Americans would rather vote for a dictator instead of a tyrant.

Reforms announced in response to Syrian Democratic Council public consultations

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- Wed, 25 Nov 2020 15:24:43 EST 3NhXy5SB No.188694
File: 1606335883432.jpg -(220648B / 215.48KB, 1320x880) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Reforms announced in response to Syrian Democratic Council public consultations
>The Syrian Democratic Council (SDC) this year held 13 public consultations across all the contiguous regions of North and East Syria (NES). Along with ordinary civilians then Kurdish and Arabic opposition groups, Arab tribal representatives, minority religious and ethnic groups, women and youth organizations were all invited to share their perspectives, feedback, criticism and proposals on the political processes underway in the region, and on the internal policies of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria (AANES).
>Following these consultations, SDC has held a pan-NES conference, where they put forward a number of common political stances and also announced a number of reforms and developments to SDC and AANES policy. These included:
>Regional elections across NES within the year
>Anti-smuggling, anti-bureaucracy and anti-corruption measures, including specialized observation committees
>A new economic plan focused on support for agriculture and local investment
>Separating NES’ courts from political influence
>Incorporating more technical experts into AANES
Graham Hillybodging - Tue, 08 Dec 2020 16:17:25 EST 5o8l014U No.188779 Reply
Will Syrian find peace?
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Once again, French protesters prove they're real ones.

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- Mon, 30 Nov 2020 02:39:32 EST QI2NbYB5 No.188714
File: 1606721972104.jpg -(38060B / 37.17KB, 700x450) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Once again, French protesters prove they're real ones.
French lower house passes law 1 yr prison +45K euro fine for posting or sharing photos or video showing identifiable police officers if the person intends to harming the cop's “physical or psychological integrity”

The bill has not passed the Senate yet.

In response to this and recent police brutality, protesters in Paris burn the central bank of France and beat up fascists, police.


I thought American cops suing their own department for "psychological damages" when people call them murderers for murdering unarmed people on camera was absurd, but literally making it a crime to hurt a cops feelings is beyond parody.
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Ghislaine Maxwell testimony about Jeffrey Epstein made public in full

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- Wed, 04 Nov 2020 17:41:03 EST Kl8tAz0m No.188461
File: 1604529663808.jpg -(381172B / 372.24KB, 2000x1334) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Ghislaine Maxwell testimony about Jeffrey Epstein made public in full
>An appeals court in New York on Thursday released a 418-page deposition from Ghislaine Maxwell in which she spoke about her relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, a convicted sex offender who died by suicide last year while awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges.

>You can read the full document here:

>The deposition was given as part of a 2015 civil case brought by Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who accused Maxwell and Epstein of underage sex trafficking.

>Lawyers for Maxwell had asked the court not to release the deposition, arguing that it would violate her right to a fair trial.

>She is in jail awaiting trial on charges that she trafficked girls as young as 14 for Epstein.

>An appeals judge said Maxwell's argument lacked merit and that the public had the right to read her deposition.
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Sidney Weshkid - Mon, 07 Dec 2020 09:11:37 EST Ww9IUPon No.188744 Reply
People rubberneck car accidents too. People watching doesn't mean what's happening is good or healthy or helps them in any way.
Archie Dappergold - Mon, 07 Dec 2020 18:58:23 EST +K9tuJPG No.188750 Reply
No one hates free speech more than Americans do.

“You cannot separate Sheikh Maqsud from Aleppo. We have to cooperate.”

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- Mon, 07 Dec 2020 10:47:32 EST 3NhXy5SB No.188745
File: 1607356052339.png -(1551756B / 1.48MB, 1214x682) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. “You cannot separate Sheikh Maqsud from Aleppo. We have to cooperate.”
New Rojava Information Center report examines how communes, self-defense forces, health care, and education are organized in Sheikh Maqsud - a unique enclave within Syrian Government-held Aleppo, but run by the AANES and defended by YPG.
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>Sheikh Maqsud is a unique enclave within Aleppo, one of the oldest and most populous cities in Syria. Aleppo is under Syrian Government control, but the majority-Kurdish Sheikh Maqsud and Ashrafiya neighborhoods retain autonomy and ties to the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria. Within the tumults of the civil war Sheikh Maqsud gained independence from Syrian Government forces, and since then its population has been organizing according to the same democratic principles as the AANES. Azad from the General Council of Sheikh Maqsud explains how the district organizes its communes, self-defense forces, health care, and education, and to what extent it is able to cooperate with the central Syrian Government.

Labour's Starmer purges party of non-chuds and critics of Israel, suspend Corbyn

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- Sat, 14 Nov 2020 00:32:34 EST aautPi01 No.188576
File: 1605331954924.jpg -(113192B / 110.54KB, 550x499) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Labour's Starmer purges party of non-chuds and critics of Israel, suspend Corbyn
>Within hours of suspending former Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, the party leadership under Sir Keir Starmer stepped up its witch-hunt of his supporters. Asked on BBC’s Today programme if Corbyn could be expelled, Starmer said, “Yes, people have been expelled from the Labour Party,” saying hundreds of ordinary members had been expelled since he replaced Corbyn in April.

>To enforce its McCarthyite witch-hunt Labour’s “Governance and Legal Unit” declared that the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s (EHRC) “Investigation into antisemitism in the Labour Party” could not be criticised by any party member. Corbyn’s justifiable questioning of the report’s claim of widespread anti-Semitism in the party was the pretext used to suspend him on Thursday.

>The guidance to Constituency Labour Parties (CLPs) from General Secretary Dave Evans, who formally suspended Corbyn, states, “social media accounts of branches, CLPs and other Party Units should not be used to comment on the EHRC investigation or the publication of its report.” To enforce censorship the document continues, “Social media accounts where comments or discussion is permitted (for example Facebook groups) must be closely moderated or access to post at all temporarily suspended.”

>Corbyn was forced to deny the EHRC report’s claims of widespread anti-Semitism attributed to his leadership of the party, but added, “While I do not accept all of its [the EHRC’s] findings, I trust its recommendations will be swiftly implemented to help move on from this period”—giving de facto endorsement to the continued witch-hunt of his own supporters, just as he did while still party leader.

>The EHRC report is a political fraud that does not establish widespread anti-Semitism on the left because it cannot. The report politely questioned by Corbyn and held up as sacrosanct by Starmer admits, “We examined 70 complaints of antisemitism made to the Labour Party between March 2016 and May 2019.” Under the section, “Prevalence of antisemitic conduct in the complaint sample,” it states, “[W]e found that the Labour Party is legally responsible for the harassment evidenced in two of the 70 complaint files… These included using antisemitic tropes and suggesting that complaints of antisemitism were fake or smears.”

>Events testify to the complete collapse of Corbynism and all claims that the Labour Party could ever be a vehicle for socialism. The pseudo-left Socialist Party claimed that Corbyn taking the leadership represented the potential formation of a “new workers’ party”. They responded to Corbyn’s suspension with a piece demanding that Unite's leadership “should now institute an immediate conference,” to organise for a “council of war”—the same demand the SP has been making of the trade union bureaucracy for more than a decade.

Private companies developing digital "health passport" to control travel and monitor movements

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- Wed, 04 Nov 2020 17:27:27 EST Kl8tAz0m No.188459
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>A new digital “health passport” is to be piloted by a small number of passengers flying from the UK to the US for the first time next week under plans for a global framework for Covid-safe air travel.

>The CommonPass system, backed by the World Economic Forum (WEF), is designed to create a common international standard for passengers to demonstrate they do not have coronavirus.

>However, critics of similar schemes point to concerns over the sensitivity and specificity of the tests in various countries amid fears over greater monitoring over people’s movements.

>Paul Meyer, the CEO at the Commons Project, which was given startup funding by the Rockefeller Foundation two years ago and created the digital health pass, said countries that have closed borders and imposed quarantines are looking for ways to “thoughtfully reopen” their borders.

>“Some countries are going to probably say, ‘OK, I want to see documentation you’ve gotten one of these vaccines, but not one of those vaccines’.”

>However, the test used generally in the UK is not a test of infectiousness, experts have said, as it does not distinguish between those who have the virus and are infectious and those who are no longer infectious. There have been many false results as a consequence.

>There is also suspicion that such schemes could provide a way in to greater monitoring of people’s movements and health statuses, a paper published in the Lancet on Friday said. However, it added, they can facilitate safer movement and the privacy concerns are neither unique nor insurmountable.
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Ian Pandlegold - Tue, 17 Nov 2020 18:37:12 EST p4j1AMuW No.188607 Reply
>governments kill people
>coming soon to a uigher holodomer near you
Nicholas Goffingpadge - Tue, 17 Nov 2020 19:46:24 EST G+xf76zk No.188613 Reply
If you must be paid to protest tyranny, you don't love freedom.

Julian Assange "trial of the century"

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- Thu, 22 Oct 2020 17:45:16 EST JujMbCsN No.188253
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Weird that there's no thread about this considering the implications this case will have on freedom of speech, freedom of the press and American imperialism:
>At the end of the hearings that seek to extradite journalist Julian Assange to the United States, on October 1, his defense team should have felt triumphant. Because with more than 30 witnesses and testimonies, throughout the whole month of September, they gave a beating to the prosecution representing the U.S.

>If the case in London were decided solely on justice, as it should in a state based on law, this battle would have been won by Assange.

>However, this “trial of the century” is, above all, a political trial, and there remains the feeling that the ruling was made beforehand, regardless of the law.

>The court kicked off on September 7 with hundreds of protesters outside, in contrast with the restrictions that the court imposed inside — in what is the most important case against the freedom of expression in an entire generation.
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Angus Bunville - Sat, 31 Oct 2020 11:22:39 EST 2vzTl4eU No.188393 Reply
lol at this chinabot post

"no, please, don't make me buy things that are fun!"
Emma Bingermut - Sat, 14 Nov 2020 01:02:41 EST gLn4cUF/ No.188580 Reply
There are daily protests at every state capitol at 1 PM.

Bring pitchforks and torches.

Pass the word.

Bolivia defies coup mas wins in landslide victory

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- Tue, 20 Oct 2020 01:47:22 EST Xbp4M2un No.188171
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George Sittingdock - Wed, 21 Oct 2020 10:04:20 EST qPbFZDTy No.188213 Reply
I worry them renationalizing everything that got privatized in the last year is going to be enough reason to have a real US invasion instead of an op.

The president calls them patriots.

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- Mon, 02 Nov 2020 18:38:57 EST 2XEwU7el No.188439
File: 1604360337221.jpg -(578286B / 564.73KB, 1600x1983) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. The president calls them patriots.

Three Kansas teenagers were shot on Saturday after a man thought he found the people responsible for stealing his Trump lawn signs.

One of the teenagers was found having been shot multiple times by gunfire in a car that had crashed. The other two arrived in the hospital on their own.

The shooting, according to police reports seen by local news stations, precipitated from an earlier incident in which the shooter claimed to have been nearly run over by a car earlier in the night.
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Walter Clagglestotch - Fri, 13 Nov 2020 02:28:48 EST +5MLmlH4 No.188564 Reply
Trump supporters are never accused of defending freedom.
Nigel Drankinpon - Fri, 13 Nov 2020 03:52:38 EST X8pHRLwZ No.188566 Reply
There are two kinds of Trump supporter. First is the kind that knows what he's up to and can take advantage of what he does. These people absolutely know that he's 100% bullshit but are able to use him to their advantage. This includes people like Mitch McConnell and Lindsay Graham and Ted Cruise and the majority of right-wing media personalities. Second, you have the average moron MAGA hat wearing Trump voter who is literally incapable of any level of critical thought. My own stepmom is one of them. These are people who are fundamentally incapable of evaluating the likelihood of various conspiracy theories. They are totally unfamiliar with Occam's razor. The first group feeds upon the second group, using them for power and influence, feeding them a steady diet of fiction and bias, fattening them like feedlot steers.

Something something hope they get late stage syphilis something something.
George Bonningfield - Fri, 13 Nov 2020 06:52:30 EST SBHhipHb No.188569 Reply

Hating Clinton doesn't mean loving Trump. Some Americans still believe in freedom.

Donald Trump says he has tested positive for coronavirus

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- Fri, 02 Oct 2020 05:51:32 EST pDiy7RwK No.187896
File: 1601632292851.jpg -(41863B / 40.88KB, 549x329) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Donald Trump says he has tested positive for coronavirus
Oh dear....
Quarantine now!
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Basil Blatherspear - Sat, 07 Nov 2020 20:20:12 EST TVDn5xna No.188495 Reply

If the US was free, peaceful, had a booming economy, had a balanced budget, had sound money, had safe streets, had no minimum wage, and taxes imposed by all levels of government took less than 10% of our income in the past, are Americans happier now that the USA is a police state, at war, has a dead economy, is in debt, has a minimum wage, and high taxes?
Nigel Drankinpon - Fri, 13 Nov 2020 03:57:36 EST X8pHRLwZ No.188567 Reply
>High taxes
Oh shit, man. I just died of laughter.
George Bonningfield - Fri, 13 Nov 2020 06:47:30 EST SBHhipHb No.188568 Reply
Americans think that the tax rate is

Terrorism in France

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- Fri, 30 Oct 2020 04:21:19 EST Rb09iYiv No.188367
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>2020 Nice stabbing
Three people are killed at Notre-Dame de Nice in Nice, by an attacker shouting "Allahu Akbar". The city's mayor describes the incident as "terrorism" while police investigate the case. The attacker has been shot and arrested by police.

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Cedric Mettingnot - Thu, 12 Nov 2020 21:36:35 EST B2QI9RTR No.188561 Reply
FTW! Sage the thread and read the CW, NSDAP, and the PNAC blueprint.

This is a REX. The NPC OP, CFR, BNP, AC, BDS, and MIC don't like this LCP, the OPCW scandal, the IOTBW campaign, TF2 items, TFB feminism, CP, and the waifu and pozzed the chuds, zoomers, animorphs, sepps, gingers, JE, the incels, the NEET, the gonts, the thots, the poltards, a mong, a swerf, an AGW, and the GNAA members.

The OFA posters with GFE in your AO and this FPT had TDS and were doxxed because they are FOS and were larping, grokking, and posting OC and lolis.

The AKM is loaded and TRS exists, but don't shoah my threads or tell GRU.
Walter Clagglestotch - Fri, 13 Nov 2020 02:30:48 EST +5MLmlH4 No.188565 Reply
People love to encourage others to smoke, get fat, drink, do drugs, be lazy, go in debt, and be immoral, but why doesn't anyone suggest that people stop smoking, exercise, be healthy, read, work hard, save money, and go to church?

Those who are conservative, religious, and moral don't mind talking about morality, but those who immoral seem to prefer avoiding the subject.

Those who are immoral will try to justify their immorality, but even Atheists have consciences.

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