Member Submitted News | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Member Submitted News

Jul 26 11:44

Why are daring Russians taking a risk to spend holidays in North Korea?

Elena, the manager of a company that sells tours to North Korea, said that as many as five people a month buy a tour to Masikryong. In addition to skiing, the company offers golf tours, mountain climbing, wedding ceremonies and hunting in North Korea... The guides follow tourists everywhere, forbid them from taking pictures of something that shouldn't be seen and prevent them from making contact with locals. But still, North Korea is trying to become a center of tourism for Far Eastern countries. South Korean sources say their Northern partner wants to increase the number of tourists to 1 million in 2017, and 2 million in 2020. In fact, however, in 2012 only about 4,000 people visited North Korea, which was three times less than in 2014. As geographical neighbors, Russians are entitled to cheaper prices than other foreigners.

Jul 26 11:41

Trump Wants Low Interest Rates and a "Not Too Strong" Dollar

He told The Wall Street Journal yesterday:
I do like low interest rates. I mean, you know, I’m not making that a big secret. I think low interest rates are good. I like a dollar that’s not too strong. I mean, I’ve seen strong dollars. And frankly, other than the fact that it sounds good, lots of bad things happen with a strong dollar. He also said he might reappoint Janet Yellen at the Fed, her term expires January 31, 2018 or he may go with another strong dollar hater Gary Cohn.

Jul 26 11:33

ELECTION FRAUD: Broward County, FL --- Voter registration rate of 103 PCT

Broward County, FL the same county which Hillary visited before the election and the same county that was last to report most of their votes in the state of Florida has a voter registration rate of 103%!!!

Jul 26 11:21

Why did Soviet fishermen save the crew of a U.S. Navy spy plane?

Despite the tensions of the Cold War, Russian fishermen risked their lives to save an American spy crew that was certain to meet a terrible fate while drifting in the cold waters of the Bering Sea... "It’s a good thing we were picked up by sailors from the Soviet Union instead of our own people. Otherwise we would have died," begins Ed Caylor, the co-pilot of the U.S. Navy’s unfortunate spy plane, Alfa Foxtrot 586 (AF586). -In the U.S. at that time, if somebody that cold was taken out of the water you’d be thrown into a hot bathtub immediately and then you’d die because all that cold blood goes right to your heart and causes a heart attack. But the Russian fishermen knew better. So when we got on the ship, they gave us honey and hot water and tea all mixed together. And so that warmth, that sweetness was great and warmed us from the inside out, not outside in.

Jul 26 11:18

How herbs helped a man combat cancer

Joseph Shiroky, 80, from Russia’s city of Kotlas in the Arkhangelsk Region was diagnosed with thyroid cancer in 1992. After refusing to go through medical treatment Shiroky secretly ordered a tombstone and a fence for his future grave. After that he started to seriously study the power of herbs and made several potions using recipes that he learned from the elders in his region. Even though there are no confirmed cases of phytotherapy curing oncological diseases, Shiroky still decided to give it a try. A year later, the cancer retreated. “I did not become an absolutely healthy person, but the illness is not controlling me and does not impede my ability to live life to the fullest,” he says. Shiroky takes care of his household, writes books, goes on long hikes in search of herbs, gives free consultations to the public, and helps everyone who seeks his advice. “A potion can combat any sickness. It only needs to be properly collected, prepared and used,” an old Russian saying goes.

Jul 26 11:03

Russia bolsters military potential in South to respond to emerging threats

Russia has no choice but to keep beefing up its combat capabilities in the Southern Military District taking symmetric measures to neutralize threats to its national security, Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu said on Wednesday. According to the defense chief, a total of 16 planes from the US and British tactical air forces have been deployed on a permanent basis in Romania since April. Beginning this year the United States alone conducted over 130 reconnaissance flights along Russia’s southern borders. Moreover, he said, large-scale NATO military drills, involving over 25,000 troops from 22 countries wrapped up several days ago on the western coast of the Black Sea...

Jul 26 10:56

Kiev court orders security service to launch probe against Poroshenko for high treason

"Despite the unprecedented pressure from the authorities, the court, nevertheless, ordered the SBU to investigate President Pyotr Poroshenko for committing high treason"...

Jul 26 10:53

Finland's membership of NATO off agenda at present

Finland's membership of NATO is off the agenda at present although the Finnish government does not rule out a prospect of this kind in the future, the Finnish ambassador in Moscow, Mikko Hautala said on Tuesday in an interview with the Moscow-based Kommersant daily. He said any country took an interest in having diversified plans of action and that is why nothing could be ruled out but the issue was not in the current plans. Finland is one of the five most advanced partners of NATO along with Australia, Georgia, Jordan, and Sweden. Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipila said on June 11, 2016, in a speech at a congress of his Center Party that an application for membership of the North-Atlantic alliance would require a broad popular support. Opinion polls show that a possibility of NATO membership is supported by a minority of Finns.

Jul 26 10:52

Very Fake News CNN--- Cuts Trump tweet about FBI-Swamp-McCabe-Corruption.


"Substance is not important"

Jul 26 10:49

Russian Senator Vows Moscow's Retaliation If US Blocks Diplomatic Entry Visas

The Russian upper chamber of parliament's foreign affairs committee chairman said Russia could respond if the United States blocks entry visas to its diplomats. "In the future, if the US places obstacles to issuing visas to new employees of the Russian diplomatic mission, we should respond to these measures exactly similarly, like a mirror," Konstantin Kosachev told Sputnik on Wednesday.

Jul 26 10:47

Red Cross: Yemen Cholera Deaths Expected to Double by Year’s End

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) declared that the number of suspected cholera cases in Yemen is expected to at least double by year’s-end to over 600,000.