posted on Oct, 6 2013 @ 12:28 PM
reply to post by OneManArmy
By a Russian advocacy group. No word from the Nobel committee on whether or not they will accept this nomination for consideration.
But really? Should we ignore this?
Mr. Putin, however, does have a footprint in Syria. He’s Mr. Assad’s staunch ally and has sold and provided weapons to the Syrian regime
— against the wishes of the West. Critics of the nomination also say Mr. Putin has led the Russian delegation at the U.N. Security Council into
blocking international intervention in Syria that could have prevented the deaths of 100,000-plus civilians.
Read more: www.washingtontimes.com...
Doesn't change the fact that Obama made the first move, when no one else was willing to take action.
I think Putin made a smart move by going for the destruction of the chemical weapons, but I don't think we could call his objectives in this, noble.