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Friday, October 9, A.D. 2009
Peace Prize?

After Yasser Arafat, Kofi Annan, Jimmy Carter, and Al Gore, it is a wonder that any person still respects the Nobel Peace Prize committee’s judgment. Their latest selection simply confirms that their choices often have more to do with their ideology than with rewarding substantive achievements in securing world peace.

Arafat was a terrorist, and Annan was a corrupt United Nations bureaucrat who fleeced the organization (and therefore Western money). I’ll leave it to readers to assess how Brzezinski pal Carter and global warming apocalypsist Gore helped world peace, not to mention our freshman president who already has streets and schools named after him.

Posted by Joseph on Friday, October 9, Anno Domini 2009
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