17 thoughts on “Obama wins Nobel peace prize

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  2. Gush Shalom: Obama Still has to earn the Nobel Prize

    Press Release, October 10, 2009

    President Obama does not yet deserve the Nobel Peace Prize. That he was himself the first to say so does not make it less true.

    On the Israeli-Palestinian track President Obama has on several occasions declared his consideration of the ending of the occupation and the creation of a Palestinian state as an American and world interest – goals to be achieved during his term. The year 2011 was mentioned as target date for the Palestinian state to materialize.

    It is probably also clear to Obama that, to achieve it, more is needed than restrain a bit the settlement expansion. And not even a complete freeze would do the job. In order to bring about the State of Palestine quite a lot of dismantling settlements will have to be done as well. Settlements are the major stumble block for negotiations about other issues to even get started.

    If Obama rises to really implement his declared intentions and sees through that the free and sovereign state of Palestine signs peace with a free and sovereign state of Israel, and the beginning of good neighbourly relations between them, then he would have fully earned the Nobel Prize.

    Contact: Adam Keller, Gush Shalom Spokesperson 03-5565804 or 054-2340749

  3. Orwell’s 1984 has fully arrived. The message boards have been filled with right-wingers complaining about how Obama is a socialist because, unlike a good capitalist, he is gifting the public till to the banksters. Their argument is that good capitalists always let the free market do its magic. So the term “socialist” now means an evil capitalist.

    The message boards are also filled with plenty of posters who are outraged any time a black person makes a complaint of racism. Such people are now deemed by the right-wing to be racists. So the new definition for “racist” is one who complains about the racist treatment he and other members of his race have historically encountered.

    Today, I ran across a handful of postings suggesting that G.W. Bush, George Bush and Ronald Reagan should have all won the Nobel Peace prize since they brought freedom and liberation to so many people.

    Under the new definition of peace, Hitler would have been the world’s leading peace provider—followed closely by a plethora of American politicians, of course.

    Brian M
    9 October 2009

    http://wsws.org/articles/2009/oct2009/corr-o13.shtml

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