Outcome Based Nobel Prizes?


Nobel Panel saw Obama Peace Prize as ‘Mistake,’ New Book Claims

From the article:

The former director of Norway’s Nobel Institute revealed this week that he regrets the committee’s decision to give the 2009 Nobel Peace award to President Obama.

Strange…Just the other day…I was thinking about all that is going on in the world and then my thoughts turned to the Nobel Peace Prize that President Obama was given.

I used to think that the Nobel Peace Prize was based on accomplishments not…wishful thinking.


How ironic that the place where the Nobel Prize was given is now home to thousands of Islamists because of traitor 0damba’s refusal to kill ISIS.

My head is exploding with the irony.

“Forty years after the Swedish parliament unanimously decided to change
the formerly homogenous Sweden into a multicultural country, violent
crime has increased by 300% and rapes by 1,472%. Sweden is now number
two on the list of rape countries, surpassed only by Lesotho in Southern
Africa.” –Gatestone Institute

Utterly pathetic!!!

Sweden did not do the deed. Norway did, which is fully in line with expectations. The Swedish newspapers labeled the BHO award a giant belly flop.

Even if Obama had achieved everything the Committee hoped he would achieve during his presidency, it still seems completely asinine to give someone an award based on what you HOPE they WILL do, rather than what they have actually accomplished.

“[We] thought it would strengthen Obama and it didn’t have this effect”

I thought the Nobel prize was awarded for accomplishments, not for swaying governmental policy.
The Nobel prize was weakened both by Obama’s incompetence and by the political machinations of the Nobel selection committee.

All these committees, including the one that named Obama the person of the year, are run by liberal ideologues. To them, its not what you did or will do, it’s what you mean to society at the time the vote was cast.


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Posted September 17, 2015 by Sue Says in category In the News

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