The Nobel committee's illusions of peace
By Michael Moriarty
Ah, the Nobel Peace Prize!
Obama gets his in less than one presidential year!!!! Faster than even Presidents Teddy Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson received theirs.
Is President Obama, indeed, the Progressive equal of Roosevelt and Wilson?
"His outreach to the Muslim world" appears to be one of the main reasons for the award.
Then why didn't Neville Chamberlain receive a Nobel for similar appeasement of the Nazi world?
The very inventor of Zyklon B, Fritz Haber, the poison gas that … well … did, indeed, create the Holocaust as we know it, destroyed at least six million human beings, … he received a Nobel. Not the Peace Prize … but what's a Peace Prize without a death-dealing prize as well.
Hmmmm … to some people, Obama won for simply not being George Bush.
Perhaps someone should check the Nobel Committee for its definition of peace.
If the standards set for Obama are correct, then Neville Chamberlain should have received a Nobel.
If only Hitler had not invaded Poland … but … Obama gets his now … before Iran can actually drop a big one on Israel.
It's the thought that counts, right?
At first Obama was Kennedy and Lincoln combined. Now he's also Roosevelt, Wilson … and Al Gore combined!
Yup, Gore received a Nobel for Global Warming … which is the second reason Obama got his, for his efforts to combat Global … uh … I mean, Climate Change.
Alright, if this Award and my interpretation of it can sew Obama to the hips of Al Gore and Neville Chamberlain … well, some light has been shed on the illusions of peace that surround the Nobel Prize.
The inventor of dynamite created the Nobel … and, as far as I'm concerned, defined and propagated the very hell and ongoing nightmare of good intentions.
The increasingly homicidal "population control" efforts of President Obama are perhaps the real reason for the Nobel Committee's enthusiasm … but, of course, "population control" is not as seemingly "peaceful" as "unconditional meetings" with Islamic radicals.
The formulas for dynamite and Zyklon B are not the same but the effects are … and … gee … both are great for "population control".
One of the Nobel's most dedicated agendas is, indeed, thinning the human herd.
No, Obama didn't invent dynamite or poison gases … but his unequivocal and vehement support for abortion, his record-setting legislative reinforcement of not only abortion but his vote in Illinois for preventing any life-giving aid to the infant victims of botched abortions – they're left on a table or in a wastebasket to die … or perhaps just flushed down the toilet – boy, that's peace-filled leadership!
Or, as they say in some parts of Chicago, "Tha's cold!!"
The Nobel Committee is the essence of the Progressively Scientific World Movement … and presently its most hidden concern is actually "depopulating" the human race, curing poverty with abortion, possible civil strife with abortion, lowering crime with abortion, and obviously, like Red China, battling over-population with an increasingly enforced form of mass abortion.
America, though a smaller land mass than Canada, might very well pare itself down to the population of Canada … which is one tenth that of the United States … and decidedly determined not to increase its population in any dramatic way.
The American version of public health care is based upon Canada's … and its population control policies will prove to be similarly severe, I'm sure.
A, S. Byatt, the highly distinguished British novelist … not a Nobel Prize winner but … oh, well … you can't win 'em all … she just loves the insect world as a role model for the human race … and it might do the human race some bit of good by warning the "masses" about the … well … very Nobel Prize intentions or "Global Initiatives" of science and world leaders such as William Clinton and Barack Obama, those activists for the Progressive Grand Design, an operating plan to treat the earth as a sort of bee hive … upon which only a certain number of human bees should be allowed to live.
Of course, you would need a Queen Bee to really pull that off, and unless President Obama has some real surprises for us, Hillary Clinton should have been the one to lead us toward this new Human Hive on Earth.
I, as a … well … Theistic libertarian … and therefore pro-life … am waiting for an entirely different sort of Queen Bee.
Sarah Palin seems the best qualified … despite the fact that she wouldn't even make the qualifying cut in a Nobel Prize run-off, nor would she be allowed to associate with the likes of Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi or Michelle Obama.
Ms. Palin's idea of how to run a hive, making it even habitable for young but, as they say, highly challenged bees such as her son Trig, therefore making the hive distinctively human and humane, not ruled by some guidebook for insects … is my idea of humanity's hive … a divinely blessed hive of God.
Despite the increasingly ruthless and yes, insect-like sentiments of Progressives such as Barack and Michelle Obama, I still feel there is something sacred about a human being and, in the end, about the human race.
The growing war between those who love the human race and those who only believe it a mere part of the entire living eco system on Earth … what divides the two is the depth of their belief in God, in a higher power, a Force that so loved the human race that it sacrificed its most divine creation to save human life.
As Rush Limbaugh pointed out, the Nobel Committee basically believes that to create a New World Order it just must award President Obama the Nobel Peace Prize for "helping to destroy the United States of America".
Obviously "Peace at any price" is the Nobel's response to America's old and tattered banner proclaiming Man's inalienable right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness!
Poor Neville Chamberlain!
He not only deserved a Peace Prize.
He was the Nobel Peace Prize itself!
Now, so is President Barack Obama.
We'll soon see what the Nobel's doppelganger does to the meaning of America.
We all know what Neville Chamberlain almost did to the entire English-speaking world, making it a hostage to tyranny.
Are Mr. Nobel Prizewinner's intentions any different?
Michael Moriarty is a Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actor who starred in the landmark television series Law and Order from 1990 to 1994. His recent film and TV credits include The Yellow Wallpaper, 12 Hours to Live, Santa Baby and Deadly Skies. Contact Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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