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Oct 7, 2009

American Voters
the Nobel Peace Prize

David A. Patten
Obama Nobel Reveals Committee's Biased Agenda, Conservatives Say

Joseph Farah - WorldNetDaily
The ignoble peace prize

Obama was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize just 12 days after assuming office, and has now won it outright.

This naturally set many a tongue a wagging.

Even Hollywood, the only business in the world who makes an Emmy award-winning business out of patting itself on the back for the Emmy award-winning work they do, is flabbergasted by this.

Internationalists patting their own kind on the back for what they have not yet done is commonly called "putting the cart before the horse".

Message to globalists : "Guys, the unwashed masses saw right through this one!"

Obama becomes Saint
while Still Living

According to the Nobel committee, Obama won the prize:
    "for his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples."
Seems a little premature to be conferring sainthood upon Obama already, doesn't it?

The Popes are supposed to have an inside line with God, and yet they never seem to recognize the saints for being saints during their own time.

Sainthood in the Catholic Church is always achieved decades and even centuries after a person has died.

Presumably so that all the people alive has dirt to spill on the nominee can spill it, and the nominee can thereafter be appraised.

The Nobel Peace committee saw Obama with his saintly glow around his head and decided not to wait before they be-sainted him.

The Competition for the Nobel Peace Prize can be tough

Al Gore won it two years ago and had to beat out some very good competition.

    Do you know who Al Gore beat out for the prize in 2007?

    Irena Sendler was a senior administrator in the Warsaw Social Welfare Department in Poland in 1939 when Germany invaded. She began rescuing Jews, hiding them, providing them with fictitious identities, bringing them food, clothing and offering shelter - all at great personal risk.

    When 5,000 people were dying every month in the Jewish ghetto in Warsaw, she smuggled out 2,500 children - in gunnysacks, body bags, toolboxes, potato sacks and coffins.

    By 1943, the Nazis were on to her work. She was arrested, imprisoned and tortured by the Gestapo. They broke her feet and legs - but she would never give up the whereabouts of those children or the names of those who aided her in rescuing them.

    She was sentenced to death, but managed to escape. She was crippled for life as a result of the injuries. But she never pitied herself. She never thought of herself as a hero.

    "I could have done more," she said. "This regret will follow me to my death."

    That's the kind of person who did not win the Noble Peace Prize in 2007.

    Instead, it went to Al Gore. Why? Because he put together a slide show on global warming that was full of lies and was purposely designed to mislead people around the world to give up their freedoms in favor of more government control over their lives.

    --Joseph Farah

This year's Peace Prize is given to a Non-Peaceful Man

Funny that the Peace Prize was given to a leader who is engaged in
  1. a war in Iraq
  2. a war in Afghanistan
  3. Spreading the war to Pakistan
  4. Threatening war with Iran
  5. Unilaterally attacking the moon!
The prize was given a few days after Obama put off meeting with the Dalai Lama, the representative of the oppressed Tibetan people, apparently out of concern that China would call our national loan in if he were to do so.

The prize was given to our leader, who is the most fervent promoter of murdering the unborn.

The prize was given to our leader who may yet cause a second Civil War in America.

But then, the Nobel Peace Prize Committee has a spotty record.

Passing up Gandhi,
but nominating Hitler and Stalin
proves an interesting point
Globalism is the Name of the Game

  • Benito Mussolini was twice nominated in 1935.

  • Adolph Hitler was nominated in 1939.

  • Joseph Stalin was nominated in 1945 and 1948.

Five nominations in total for three despots.

  • In contrast, Mahatma Gandhi was nominated 5 times and also never won.

In the first case, Mussolini, Hitler and Stalin are three men whose names are the quintessential definition of "antonyms to peace". There is no way that they should be nominated, but all three, in their own way, were internationalists, as they all wanted to join many nations together (BY FORCE) into a bigger international government.

In the second case, Gandhi is the very definition of "synonym of peace", but he was an anti-Globalist. He was a nationalist who wanted to separate India (PEACEFULLY) from the international British Empire.

From this we can see that the Nobel Peace Prize believes that individual nations are the root cause of wars; whereas, they believe that the solution to war is combining all governments together. As if one government would have no one to go to war with.

So you can say that in the eyes of the Nobel committee, Mahatma Gandhi stands for peace in the same league as the combination of Hitler, Mussolini and Stalin.

"The Nobel committee is preaching at Americans." -John Bolton

Over the years, the Nobel Peace Prize has mostly been given to internationalists. Most work for peace which was not long lasting.

For instance,
Now largely absorbed into the U.N., the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) is an international organization established in 1889 by William Randal Cremer (United Kingdom) and Frederic Passy (France). It was the first permanent forum for political multilateral negotiations. Initially, the organization was for individual parliamentarians, but has since transformed into an international organization of the parliaments of sovereign States. 143 national parliaments are members of the IPU, and seven regional parliamentary assemblies are associate members.

Leading personalities of the IPU have received 8 Nobel Peace Prizes:

  • 1901: Frederic Passy (France)
  • 1902: Albert Gobat (Switzerland)
  • 1903: William Randal Cremer (United Kingdom)
  • 1908: Fredrik Bajer (Denmark)
  • 1909: August Marie Francois Beernaert (Belgium)
  • 1913: Henri La Fontaine (Belgium)
  • 1921: Christian Lange (Norway)
  • 1927: Ferdinand Buisson (France)

The International Peace Bureau (IPB), is the world's oldest international peace federation. It was founded in 1891, and awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1910. After up to 10 members associated with it won the award, and the IPB itself won the award in 1910, itself died an ironic death in the First World War after 25 years of existence for not keeping the peace.

The League of Nations, which replaced the IPB, was an inter-governmental organization founded as a result of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919-1920, saw up to 6 members win the Nobel Peace Prize award, and yet the League of Nations, formed after WW1 to insure no further World Wars, itself died when it could not stop a second World War from starting.

Naturally, since the Second World War,
The United Nations, which replaced the League of Nations, itself has received several Nobel Peace Prize awards.

Post WW2 Globalists given the Nobel Peace Prize

  • 1945 - U.N. Founder Cordell Hull "Prominent participant in the originating of the United Nations"

  • 1954 - U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees

  • 1957 - U.N. negotiator Lester Bowles Pearson "for his role in trying to end the Suez conflict and to solve the Middle East question through the United Nations

  • 1961 - U.N. strengthened by Dag Hjalmar Agne Carl Hammarskjold "Secretary General of the U.N.," awarded "for strengthening the organization."

  • 1965 - U.N. International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF)

  • 1981 - U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees

  • 1982 - U.N. disarmament negotiator Alva Myrdal "[for] their magnificent work in the disarmament negotiations of the United Nations,..."

  • 1988 - U.N. Peace-Keeping Forces "[for] their efforts [that] have made important contributions toward the realization of one of the fundamental tenets of the United Nations"

  • 2001 - U.N. "for their work for a better organized and more peaceful world"

  • 2005 - U.N. International Atomic Energy Agency "for their efforts to prevent nuclear energy from being used for military purposes and to ensure that nuclear energy for peaceful purposes is used in the safest possible way"

  • 2007 - U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

  • 2009 - U.N. Security Council Chairman Barack Obama "for his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples."

Non-Globalist "Men of Peace" the Nobel Committee Overlooked

  • Ronald Reagan's role in ending the Cold War

  • Pope John Paul II's work to liberate Eastern Europe from the boot of Soviet imperialism

  • British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's iron-willed defense of international freedom.

  • Charles Lindbergh who staked his reputation on keeping America at peace and out of the World Wars

  • Ron Paul for elegantly and nobly cautioning America to not engage in pre-emptive wars of aggression

In summary, over the years, we have seen medals given to internationalists and the brush off to real peace activists.

But we must not miss what a fantastic historic POLITICALLY CORRECT opportunity the Nobel committee passed up this year.

The Real Peace Prize Winners

The Nobel Committee could have nominated the millions of American voters, who performed the perfect politically correct move of electing a black man, culminating a 150 year American struggle to allow black men to finally live at peace in this country.

Our accomplishment of achieving the goal of reaching the final pinnacle of tolerance and understanding, where the American society finally felt comfortable enough to allow ourselves to be led by one of our formerly oppressed minority, was preceded by a bloody civil war, a civil cold war of another hundred years, promotion of nation-rendering affirmative action and busing plans, not forgetting the infamous "I have a Dream" marches which won Martin Luther King his Nobel Peace Prize in 1964.

After freeing the people she once enslaved, the American public never once succumbed to treating this minority as other countries have treated their minorities.

America has never had a Holodomor, a Holocaust, an Armenian Genocide; nor a Rwandan Genocide against this or any other minority.

Other than short lived Japanese detention camps during WW2, America has never had Gulags, firing squads, death squads, or re-education camps for her minorities.

After our costly and bloody Civil War, white men voted to allow black men to have the same basic rights of citizenship as they had.

White men later voted to allow black men the same right to vote they had.

Now, white and black men have joined to elect a black man as President.

This historic event set an example around the world for how a society could cooperate with a broad mix of races, religions and ethnic backgrounds.

America's noble story was the fabric weave for fashioning an honorable Peace Prize.

By passing up this opportunity, the international community represented by the Nobel Peace Prize committee has chosen to completely ignore all the hard work many Americans have partaken in over the decades past to bring real and lasting peace to this world.

See, being POLITICALLY CORRECT --- does NOT pay!!!!!

By giving the award to the Chairman of the United Nations Security Council, who also happens to coincide as the President of the United States, no good can come from this triumvirate of rewards to a puppet who Americans are quickly finding they cannot trust.

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