posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 04:59 AM
Originally posted by White_Widow
Who else was on that list? Ahaminejad, Kim Jong, Chavez, Osama ?
Those on your list that you hold to be ridiculous are in fact very real contenders for a peace prize that was handed out on merit.
Ahmadinijad has managed to forstall attaempts by the US and Israel to attack his country. He managed to settle a population that had been incited to
violence by US and UK intelligence operatives. His strict compliance to NP treaties and inspections has denied those aggressive nations any grounds
for attack. By switching to Euro's for oil sales he has removed money from the US that is used to support their aggressive wars. He has spoken at
length to the UN supporting peaceful restructuring - and end to aggressive wars, and rejected and rebuked Israel for its human rights abuses, at great
personal risk - and risk to his nation.
Yes - Ahmadinijad is very worthy of the peace prize.
Kim Jong Ill - has managed to prevent his country from being invaded and merged with South Korea. He has resisted the provacations of the US - and
militarized his nation to such a point that his people are surely safe from attack.
Yes - though not as deserving as Ahmadinijad, his contribution to peace far outstrips any contemporary US president.
Chavez - despite his involvement and leading a failed coup d'etat, he is certainly a contender for the peace prize. His failed coup d'etat resulted
only in the loss of 14 lives, all soldiers. His attempt was spurred by a violent repressive crackdown by then president Perez - a plant and lackey of
the NWO, divesting Venuzuala of all its oil profits and handing them to the NWO brokers. Once popularly elected, CHavez extended a broad campaign to
raise living standards in his country, focussing on improving the lot of the poor. Additionally he resisted the intervention of central banks,
placing tough regulations on them. Despite the NWO inciting a strike in the nationlized oil producing company, Chavez was able to peacefully bring
oil production back under national control - where money is definitely being used to improve living standards in the country. He has been working
closely with many South American countries promoting inter trade and co-operation in an attempt to remove not only his own country, but those
surrounding them from under the yoke of the NWO through its principal international agent, the USA.
Yes - Chavez scores high points for peace - far better candidate than Obama.
I would suggest that people who don't understand what the world really is like, go and do some study. The most demonized personalities and places on
your media and the ones that have caused the NWO the most trouble and distress. If your media hates them - if in yourself you have been taught to
hate them - then they are almost certainly the leaders of freedom and peace in the world.