Member Submitted News | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Member Submitted News

Nov 23 05:26

Youtuber making hundreds of thousands a year complains that Trump will end Obamacare

This guy pulls in hundreds of thousands a year in ad revenue from his Youtube channel. Big game companies send him shit for free every month. Here he is complaining that Trump won and Obamacare will end. Don’t get me wrong: he’s entitled to his success. He puts out good videos, and should keep what he earns. But why the fuck should I subsidize his fucking lifestyle? Why should the middle class be gutted so this rich asshole can continue to get approved for insurance? What damn right does he have to a penny of what I make? What gives him the right to demand that I sacrifice what I make for myself and my family?

Nov 23 05:11


The quiet war has begun with silent weapons
And the new slavery is to keep the people
Poor and stupid; "Novus Ordo Seclorum"

Nov 23 04:47

Iran, Russia sign agreement on simpler rules of visa issuance for tour groups

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iranian President Hasan Rouhani signed to the document on November 23, 2015 during Putin’s visit to Teheran. It envisions simpler regulations for the obtaining of visas by businessmen, cultural personalities, researchers, teachers, students, and tourists.

Nov 23 04:23

Half Of The Population Of The World Is Dirt Poor – And The Global Elite Want To Keep It That Way

Could you survive on just $2.50 a day? According to Compassion International, approximately half of the population of the entire planet currently lives on $2.50 a day or less. Meanwhile, those hoarding wealth at the very top of the global pyramid are rapidly becoming a lot wealthier.

Nov 23 04:20

Reconciliation agreements signed with 4 more Syrian settlements. Ceasefire violations

Reconciliation agreements were signed during the day with representatives of four more settlements in Syria, two in Hama province and two in Latakia, the Russian center for reconciliation of the warring parties in Syria said in its regular daily bulletin posted on the Russian defense ministry’s official website on Tuesday. "The number of settlements joining the reconciliation process has reached 971," the center said. Talks on joining the regime of cessation of hostilities were continued with field commanders of armed opposition groups in the provinces of Homs, Hama, Aleppo and al-Quneitra, according to the bulletin. The number of illegal armed groups that declared their commitment to the ceasefire terms remains unchanged - 70, the center said. A total of 46 ceasefire violations by illegal armed groups were reported during the day in Syria, the Russian center said.

Nov 23 04:17

Children of non-citizens born in country should be granted citizenship — Latvian President

"Unity of the society is one of the issues of national security. Children of non-citizens born in Latvia must become citizens at the moment of their birth," the president said. "We must stop producing new citizens of a nonexistent state - the former USSR," he added. Almost two million people live in Latvia, and about 40% of them are Russian-speakers. More than 252,000 residents of Latvia are non-citizens. Since the republic seceded from the USSR in 1991, they have been stripped of most political rights, including the right to vote and run in local elections, the national and European parliaments as well as take part in national referendums. Non-citizens are also stripped of some social and economic rights.
Russia to grant visa-free entry to non-citizens of Latvia and Estonia

Nov 23 04:08

NATO training Ukrainian army for sabotage and Russian border checkpoints

Ukraine is apparently launching an active sabotage and terror campaign in Crimea aimed at destabilizing the situation on the Black Sea peninsula, Nezavisimaya Gazeta writes on Wednesday. This coincided with the activation of the alliance’s military advisers from the US, the UK, Canada and Lithuania in Ukraine’s power structures in early November. The two major goals are to persecute former Ukrainian troops who moved over into serving in Russia’s army after 2014 and to engage retired officers of Ukraine’s Armed Forces in reconnaissance, sabotage and terrorist activities, the paper says. The arrests of groups of Ukrainian saboteurs in Crimea over the past months and the November 20 abduction of two Russian servicemen, Maxim Odintsov and Alexander Baranov, should be viewed in this context, the paper says. The latest incident may be also construed as an act of intimidation and an element of information war.

Nov 23 04:04

Kremlin assures deployment of missiles on Kuril Islands will not harm talks with Japan

The deployment of missile systems in the Kuril Islands is well founded and it should not harm Russia’s talks with Tokyo, including those on concluding a peace treaty, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said in the wake of media reports Russia had placed coastal missile systems Bastion and Bal on the Iturup and Kunashir islands...

Nov 23 01:57

The War on Cash Escalates… With disastrous results for non-bankers…

In the last year several countries have, as a part of the War on Cash, begun removing larger banknotes from circulation in order to force people to perform all economic transactions through the banking system, ensuring that the banks would gain total control over the movement of money. Of course, the banks could not admit their true goal to the public. They instead used the governments to claim that the measure was being undertaken to restrict crime (money laundering, drug deals, black marketing, terrorism, etc.).

Nov 23 01:48

When It Comes to Fake News (The US government is the champion)

The powers-that-be don’t want us skeptical of the government’s message or its corporate accomplices in the mainstream media. They don’t want us to be more discerning when it comes to what information we digest online. They just want us to be leery of independent or alternative news sources while trusting them—and their corporate colleagues—to vet the news for us.

Nov 23 01:39

College Snowflakes and Their Enablers

If one needed more evidence of the steep decay in academia, Donald Trump’s victory provided it. Let’s begin by examining the responses to his win, not only among our wet-behind-the-ears college students, many of whom act like kindergarteners but also among college professors and administrators. These college snowflakes and their professors see themselves as our betters and morally superior to ordinary people. George Orwell was absolutely right when he said, “There are notions so foolish that only an intellectual will believe them.”

Nov 23 01:26

Israeli Firm Can Steal Phone Data in Seconds

It only takes a few seconds for an employee of one of the world's leading hacking companies to take a locked smartphone and pull the data from it.

Israeli firm Cellebrite's technology provides a glimpse of a world of possibilities accessible to security agencies globally that worry privacy advocates.

The company has contracts in more than 115 countries, many with governments, and it shot to global prominence in March when it was reported the FBI used its technology to crack the iPhone of one of the jihadist-inspired killers in San Bernardino, California.

There have since been reports that Cellebrite was in fact not involved, and the company itself refuses to comment.

Nov 23 00:54

Food and beverage cargo tops most-stolen list in recent Thanksgiving weeks

Food and beverage items accounted for 31 of the 107 reported cargo thefts. Thefts of electronics, metals and clothing followed with 12, 11 and 10 reported thefts, respectively. During the four-year period, Texas was the most-targeted state with 35 thefts, almost double the amount of the next highest state. California logged 20 thefts during the period, followed by Florida with 18, Georgia with 12 and New Jersey with 7

Nov 22 21:32

iPhone 'prank' video crashes Apple smartphones

A link to a video, which when watched slows down any iPhone until it crashes, is being used as the latest iPhone crash prank.

The video from the Sina Weibo-backed video-sharing app Miaopai plays normally in the iPhone’s video player, but once the video is finished it can take up to a minute for the iPhone to lock up, requiring a forced reboot to recover it.

Most people are unaware anything has happened, continuing to use their smartphone until it either won’t turn back on or locks up in an app, the home screen or with a spinning loading logo on a black screen.

The bug, which appears to involve the media handling functions of iOS, affects versions of the operating system as far back as iOS 5 and devices from the iPhone 4 to the iPhone 7. The older the smartphone, the faster the lockup occurs.

Nov 22 21:23

British food exports outside the European Union BOOM following Brexit vote

BRITISH food exports to countries outside the European Union (EU) surged by almost 20 per cent in the three months to September, highlighting the growing importance of the UK trade outside the bloc.

The quarterly surge in trade is more than double the 9.6 per cent increase in food and drink exports to markets within the EU, showed the figures from the Food and Drink Federation.

Booming global demand for British chocolate, salmon, cheese and wheat shows how the economy can benefit after it is freed from the shackles of Brussels.

Nov 22 21:21

Now removed Craigslist ad looking to pay people to protest at West Acres

FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live): Protesters lined the sidewalks of the Veterans Memorial Bridge between Fargo and Moorhead Wednesday night. And it appears the fight in the FM against the Dakota Access Pipeline is not over, the focus now shifting to possibly the West Acres Mall later this week.

“This Friday, lets meet at the West Acres Mall and shut it down” reads part of the Craigslist post titled “Paid protesters needed #nodapl”, urging those opposing the pipeline to gather. Whoever made the post is offering you a nice little chunk of change too. The person behind it says they’ve quit their job and cashed in their 401k, offering $1,000 cash if you quit your job and join them full time in protesting. But if you would rather keep your day job, showing up at the mall could net you a cool $50, the post offering it to any adult even if they don’t agree with the message.

Nov 22 21:20

'We're being subverted by Islam' Almost HALF of Germans feel migration undermines society

The poll was commissioned by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation which is associated with the centre-left Social Democratic Party (SPD) of Germany.

It found that 40 per cent of those responding feared their country is being "subverted by Islam".

The figures will come as a blow to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open-door migrant policy has backfired disastrously.

Nov 22 21:16

Fury as SECRET new campaign group 'backed by Richard Branson' plots to derail Brexit

ANTI-EU campaigners today blasted the formation of "an unholy alliance" reportedly backed by Virgin tycoon Sir Richard Branson in a bid to scupper Brexit.

Former leading New Labour Blairites are spearheading a new organisation which could push for a second referendum on European Union membership once a final Brexit deal is done.

Nov 22 21:01

Time to shut down unlawful protest

As the number of arrested and wounded mount, as the property damage increases and as the cost to taxpayers skyrockets, it’s time to shut down the Dakota Access pipeline protests. Local and state officials should never have let it get this far in the first place.

Sure, people have the right to be heard and protest. People do not have the right to squat on others’ land or on federal property off limits to other citizens. They do not have the right to shut down roads and bridges. They do not have the right to menace law enforcement authorities and expect not to be arrested or worse.

Realistically, now most of the DAPL protesters aren’t even protesters – they are rioters, including many who are paid to riot by the same folks who are paying society’s detritus to riot across the country.

Nov 22 20:26

Protester undergoes surgery for injuries

Flashbangs don't produce shrapnel. They are made essentially of paper and cardboard. If the woman has no flash burns and metallic shrapnel removed from her arm you are looking at a pipe bomb not a flashbang.
And the BATFE is investigating.

Wayne Wilansky and several involved with the protest are alleging Sophia Wilansky's injuries were caused by a concussion grenade thrown by police that exploded as it hit her arm while she was delivering water to protesters at 4:30 a.m. The medic council is pointing to a lack of charring of flesh at the wound site and grenade pieces that have been removed from her arm in surgery as evidence.

Law enforcement spokespeople have said no concussion grenades or flashbangs were used.

Nov 22 20:19

LATEST UPDATE AFTER NYT MEETING -- Trump Won't Appoint Special Prosecutor In Clinton Case

Latest on Trump's stance after meeting with editors and the publisher of the New York Times late this afternoon...


Nov 22 20:18

Explosion at protest site bears investigation

Law enforcement is investigating a Monday explosion at Backwater Bridge, according to North Dakota Highway Patrol.

Officers reported hearing an explosion around 3 a.m. during Dakota Access Pipeline protest activity early Monday.

Investigators with the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms found three one-pound propane cylinders, including one that appeared to be intentionally punctured, as well as large rocks and glass jars consistent with the design of Molotov cocktails.

Nov 22 18:49

Obama reaches 1,000 commuted prison sentences: President has now shortened more jail terms than his 11 predecessors PUT TOGETHER

President Barack Obama surpassed the 1,000 mark for commutations granted during his presidency on Tuesday after shortening sentences for 79 people.

Obama has been granting commutations at rapid-fire pace in his final months in office.

All told, he's commuted more sentences than the past 11 presidents combined, the White House said.

Most of those who have received clemency are nonviolent drug offenders, though many were also convicted of firearms violations related to drug crimes.

A significant portion had been serving life sentences.