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Chavez says Obama did "nothing" to deserve Nobel

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posted on Oct, 13 2009 @ 08:14 AM
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As someone who is quite intimate with the concept of 'what you can do' Vs. 'who you know'- Obama's in the latter category. I say Acorn and those missing trillions have greased some might big wheels. Now... Why? Is it to make him President of the NAU? Make him a celebrity, so no one notices we're being robbed blind and naked?

Oh- and someone who can research this better than me: What religion was Gandhi? Have there been others of the same religion who have wont the Peace Prize? Any Nobel prize? Religion is the only reason I can see for Gandhi not winning- that and his comments on Christianity (which I wholeheartedly agree with).




posted on Oct, 13 2009 @ 08:16 AM
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Dictators don't tend to have elections. In any case Chavez whether you agree with his ideology or not removed the rich and powerful parasites which were preying on the poor/working class of Venezuela,you will find those most vocal about their distaste for him are the middle and upper class because of this.He has more courage,will and political finesse in his left pinky than Obama could ever hope for. Anyway he is correct regarding obama and the nobel peace prize. Course the award lost it's meaning long long ago.



posted on Oct, 13 2009 @ 09:26 AM
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What I enjoy, is the fact the american flag-waving right-wing god-fearing nuts are saying the same thing as Chavez. Chavez being a REAL communist, to some degree, I find it kind of ironic.



posted on Oct, 13 2009 @ 09:38 AM
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Well, the concept is pretty simple I think

Obama said alot of things on the campaign trail...had the whole world watching and listening. The world seen America turn more and more into a xenophobic war nation and here is this mixed guy from nowhere completely opposing the philosophies of the Bush administration...he even voted as one of the few against war in Iraq.

When elected, the entire world cheered, because it was his words that effected the philosophical and mindset change from the world to the US and visa versa...that in itself is an achievement..for one man to change the minds of a world and open talks for peace and resolution.

Did Obama deserve the Nobel...well, its arguable..talk is cheap I guess, however, all Hitler did was talk and people listened...words are powerful things that can reshape maps.

Lets hope that by the end of his first term, he has accomplished enough so that all sides of the aisle can say he deserves it...we all heard the words, we still hear the words, but now its time for action.

Nobel is a non-partisan issue, so you gotta stop thinking about how he is administering the day to day of our country and think more globally to understand the effect he was rated on to begin with. The states itself is so bitterly partisan and has been since the 80s, that you really cannot see good in any party thats not yours, but those outside our tiny marked off box can see a bigger picture. We personally are just cant see the forest through all these trees.



posted on Oct, 13 2009 @ 09:48 AM
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Cause being elected twice makes you a dictator...lol....

As for Chavez being allied with conservatives? That's just hilarious. It isn't happening.



posted on Oct, 13 2009 @ 10:11 AM
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Here is Hitler reacting to the news of Obama wining the Nobel Peace Prize:




posted on Oct, 13 2009 @ 10:24 AM
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Yeah, but Chavez can say whatever he wants to say. After all, he's not after OUR oil.



posted on Oct, 13 2009 @ 10:30 AM
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Originally posted by Southern Guardian
... but my comment above summarizes my feelings over this new "alliance" with conservatives.

[edit on 13-10-2009 by Southern Guardian]


I was wondering when one of the Obamamuppets would stick their heads in the conversation.

So just because Conservatives (and I hate to break it to you, genius, but many Democrats and liberals, too) happen to agree with what Chavez said, they're suddently "In an alliance with him"?

Can you be ANY MORE DENSE making a statement like that?

Just because Chavez makes an opinionated statement that many of us agree with still doesn't mean that we like the guy or think he's a great humanitarian or a swell leader. Chavez is still a despicable person with a great deal to answer for.

Geez, SG, quit sitting on Obama's thumb for day or so and open your eyes to common sense. Seriously!



posted on Oct, 13 2009 @ 10:44 AM
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Chavez is not responsible for any false flag operations, wars, genocidal bombings of innocent civilians, the worldwide recession, or the exploitation of labor in the third world. A sample of the "dispicable" acts he has to answer for is ousting US backed oil companies leeching venezuela's ressources, redistributing the wealth and creating better, more efficient social services (OMG public health service !).

That and resisting a CIA staged coup in 2004.

Thank you for pointing out how he so obviously has no points in common with american neo-conservatives. Other than believing that Obama does not deserve the nobel peace prize.



posted on Oct, 13 2009 @ 12:20 PM
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heh. Chavez is telling us this like we don't already know. Hell even Obama doesn't think he deserves it.

Chavez is a gaseous windbag of hurricane porportions. When he has a real election then maybe he can talk. He really needs to stfu.

I was extremely surprised when I heard this. I like Obama but even I don't think he should of got the award.



posted on Oct, 13 2009 @ 02:10 PM
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He got it because he's Obama.. The saviour and superman of the world... Give me a break.... The more I hear about this guy the less and less I like him..OOPPPSSS!! That comment probally put me on the FBI most watched list... Seriously what has he done? SNL hit it on the head with that skit they did concerning his days in office....What has he done? NOTHING!!!! God forbid someone diss his preformance... Sorry I personally cant stand the man myself...



posted on Oct, 13 2009 @ 04:37 PM
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Originally posted by Solomons
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Dictators don't tend to have elections.


If you think he won those elections fair and square its all dandy.


In any case Chavez whether you agree with his ideology or not removed the rich and powerful parasites which were preying on the poor/working class of Venezuela,


Do you know what your exactly saying and crediting the man for? Merely by Obama giving the middle and working class beneficial tax cuts and increasing taxes for the wealthy here by 1%, he was called a "socialist", a danger to freedom. Chavez completely removes much of the wealthy, nationalizes alot of the oil fields "stripping the freedom of some running a business" and you agree with him?

Dont you find that rather hypocritical or am I missing something here?


you will find those most vocal about their distaste for him are the middle and upper class because of this.He has more courage,will and political finesse in his left pinky than Obama could ever hope for.


He has the courage to kick out the wealthy undemocratically, to nationalize much of the services... meanwhile Obama rises taxes for the rich by 1% to benefit the middle and working class more, and all of sudden his a marxist bent on destroying america.

Wow.... that is how bizarro world works for the rightwing of ATS.


Anyway he is correct regarding obama and the nobel peace prize.


I dont think he deserved the nobel peace price and alot of people on the left dont. I think though this little movement to jump on the boat with Chavez and the middle eastern terrorist regime is quiet something... rather ironic but anyway.

Bizarro world.



posted on Oct, 13 2009 @ 04:42 PM
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Originally posted by antonia
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Cause being elected twice makes you a dictator...lol....


There were elections in Iran, so called elections in North Korea, there are even elections in Russia. To put it straight, people like elections because in general view its a positive thing in the world. People like the symbol of elections, but some dont like the actual process.

You obviously agree with the fairness of the elections according to the Venezualen state media. Maybe they are more trust worthy than the media here I guess.

SG



posted on Oct, 13 2009 @ 06:59 PM
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Originally posted by buddhasystem
While I don't think that the NPP for Obama was a good idea, I think it's hysterical that we look into what the likes of Kim Jon Il, or the Iranian Supreme Mullah, President Medvedev, President Mugabe or Hugo Chavez have to say on that subject (or any other).


Now wait a minute. Isn't that exactly what the left just spent the last 8 years doing?

Ah, yes it is!

On topic:

I can't believe I am saying this but I actually with Chavez. The Nobel Prize in peace in a joke and is now just about as prestigious as used toilet papar.



posted on Oct, 13 2009 @ 07:10 PM
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He should not accept this award he should humbly refuse to accept and let someone who deserves it have the award and prestige that goes with it.



posted on Oct, 13 2009 @ 07:11 PM
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Originally posted by humilisunus
He should not accept this award he should humbly refuse to accept and let someone who deserves it have the award and prestige that goes with it.


Nope! He should accept it and donate the prize money to charity....just as he plans to do. Humbly.



posted on Oct, 13 2009 @ 07:43 PM
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Obama is being used in a globalist agenda. First, he is seen by some to be the first African American pres. & a symbol of progessive civil rights. OK. I get it, but that distracts from the fact he is a only the "face" of the powers that be. A wolf in sheeps clothing. He is told what to do. Politicians say anything thats fits the situation and gets results. So he's told," You'll be getiing the NPP. Act humble and surprised." Why? Only they know, but one thing is for sure, its for a reason. Something is cooking.
On the otherside, Chavez is a character. He says what the whole world is thinking.



posted on Oct, 13 2009 @ 08:00 PM
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True dat.



posted on Oct, 13 2009 @ 08:14 PM
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Didn't Kissinger get the NPP? He didn't deserve it, that population reduction agenda having nutjob.



posted on Oct, 14 2009 @ 12:15 AM
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salaam all

i love obama i am a obama supporter. but i agree i dont think he should have gotten the nobel prize. u have to really do something to deserve that he hasent done anything yet. he has been in office for almost a year. its funny is that even prez. obama doesent believe he deserves it and dident seem to happy about it lol.

just my 2 cent



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