Friday, October 9, 2009

Obama nominated for Peace Prize less then two weeks after Inauguration !?

Yes, less then two weeks after he became President, he was nominated for this esteemed prize!
Wow, he really must be an over acheiver, a mover and a shaker, or something like that?


How is it possible that Obama is nominated and wins a Nobel Peace Prize, when he only became President, just two weeks before the nomination deadline. Yes, you read that right!
Just shy of TWO weeks (12 days to be exact) before the nominations deadline, Obama becomes President.

Mr Obama became the U.S. president less than two weeks before the February 1 nomination deadline.


Just to be sure that the information was correct, I checked at NobelPrize.org
And sure enough in the section- "How are Nobel Laureates Selected".

It says, and I quote-
FebruaryDeadline for submission. The Committee bases its assessment on nominations that must be postmarked no later than 1 February each year. Nominations postmarked and received after this date are included in the following year's discussions. In recent years, the Committee has received close to 200 different nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize. The number of nominating letters is much higher, as many are for the same candidates.
And Obama was, of course, inaugurated on January 20th/09 Now could someone tell me what Obama accomplished in a less then two week period of time of Presidency, that would explain this momentous nomination?? and thanks John!

33 comments:

  1. Let's see...

    His predecessor was a war criminal who repeatedly violated U.S. and international law, and used a national tragedy and doctored intelligence to invade a country that was no threat to us, not incidentally destabilizing and already volatile region.

    His opponent advocated occupying said country for the next century and sang "Bomb, bomb bomb, bomb, bomb Iran" at a campaign rally.

    What Obama accomplished in less than two weeks was becoming the President of the most powerful nation on Earth and NOT being George Bush or John McCain. That in and of itself is enough to qualify for a Nobel Peace Prize.

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  2. Now could someone tell me what Obama accomplished in a less then two week period of time of Presidency, that would explain this momentous nomination??

    Hell that’s easy. I just consulted my ole friend Quito, otherwise known as Quito the Slim or Icepick fer short. Anywise he tells me that the word out on the street was that the FIX was IN, either OBOMBA gets the prize or certain members of the Noble Committee get tuh Yuh know, sleep with da fishes. Not that he knows anything about this Yuh understand, it’s just what he’s heard.

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  3. I am hoping this post is showing entirely?
    because it should be, and yet, I am not seeing it right?
    hmmm...

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  4. Ok is it me, or is this post not showing right?
    Cause when I look at it, this entire part is missing

    Just to be sure that the information was correct, I checked at NobelPrize.org
    And sure enough in the section- "How are Nobel Laureates Selected".

    It says, and I quote-

    February – Deadline for submission. The Committee bases its assessment on nominations that must be postmarked no later than 1 February each year. Nominations postmarked and received after this date are included in the following year's discussions. In recent years, the Committee has received close to 200 different nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize. The number of nominating letters is much higher, as many are for the same candidates.


    And Obama was, of course, inaugurated on January 20th/09

    which is odd, because it is all their in the edit feature, but when I publish it disappears??
    Is google blogger malfunctioning somehow?

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  5. to anonymous.

    Winning an election is a matter of having huge donations, lots of advertising and other factors..

    However winning elections is no reason to win a Nobel Peace Prize, no matter who the predecessor or challengers are?

    As for the "war criminal" comment.
    Yeah,Bush and Cheney were IMO, but then so is Obama.
    Oh and has he closed Guantanamo, and where is all that peace?
    Did he have a mandate to attack Pakistan?

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  6. Oh and his caving to Israel, the illegal settlements and the cover up of war crimes in the Goldstone report.
    Obama aids and abets warcrimes.

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  7. Recall during the late Dec. 2008 killings of Palestinians and Sambo O'bama said--he could not get envolved or comment because was not yet President. 2 =2 add up to 4,He got the prize for getting more pieces of Palistine
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOHBkhFt5Eg&feature=player_embedded#

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  8. I want a Peas Prize, I want Peas Prize, it's not fair! Obamination got a Peas Prize for not doing anything, I should get one too!

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  9. How many here realize that this is for two reasons only: One as a slap in the face to Bush for not finishing the NWO and two: The Globalists way of saying "Thanks Barry for completing the largest transfer of wealth in Human History. Welcome to the club! You're truly one of us now!"

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  10. "What Obama accomplished in less than two weeks was becoming the President of the most powerful nation on Earth and NOT being George Bush or John McCain. That in and of itself is enough to qualify for a Nobel Peace Prize."

    interesting viewpoint. rather ignorant, but interesting, given that obama has overturned virtually NONE of bush's policies and has in fact extended virtually ALL of his policies, particularly in iraq and afghanistan....oh but i guess you missed those little factoids, eh? perhaps they don't have an internet or media in your neck of the woods?

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  11. I want to know who nominated his sorry ass.

    Give him a prize for becoming the first black president in a country that, for the best part, has tried it's level best to silence a black voice, but for peace? Fuck that.

    I'm angry beyond the pale. Who nominated him?

    (it's 4.30 am and I couldn't sleep, I wonder if this has anything to do with it?)

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  12. previous quote "What Obama accomplished in less than two weeks was becoming the President of the most powerful nation on Earth and NOT being George Bush or John McCain. That in and of itself is enough to qualify for a Nobel Peace Prize.
    "

    ...so we now award nobel peace prizes because of who someone "isn't" instead of who someone is, and what they don't do instead of what they do? i don't get it.

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  13. Pen, you swine! You beat me to the punch! Anyway I'm going to sling in my tuppence worth on Monday. As things stand I figure it's just Scandinavian humour. Honestly, it's pretty funny don't you think? Right up there with Henry the K and all those assorted Israelis who won it.

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  14. Wait, Obama was nominated for the peace prize two weeks into his presidency yet the nomination was for his "work" in reduction of nuclear arms however it wasn't until recently that he actually began to start talking about nuclear arms reduction, not back in January.

    How much of our tax dollars went to purchase that prize?

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  15. myself, this is not a NWO issue,in the way of Obama doing something Bush didn't.

    Because Obama has built on the Bush legacy, that's why around here, I call Obama's presidency Bush's 3rd term.

    American Presidents always build on what the previous one has begun.

    When Clinton left, under his watch the Glass/Steagall act was repealed, enabling Bush Junior with the help of Greenspan to manufacture the housing bubble, that burst, taking the global economy down with it, thereby needing the bankbailouts, began under Bush brought forth by Obama.

    and so it goes.....

    My take on the peace prize, and actually I saw sarkozy say something along this line, was this was to put America back in it's 'rightful place' in the world, as the leader of the world.
    back in the hearts of the peole of the world.

    "Obama Nobel marks US return to world's 'hearts': Sarkozy"

    For one world government or NWO purpose, I don't know??

    But, over the years the US has taken a beating internationally.
    The country has fallen off a pedestal, it didn't really deserve anyway.

    This is a way (the undeserved peace prize) to try to put a positive face on America again.

    One can say, the entire election of Obama was the beginning of that global manipulation.
    The promotion of Obama's election as something of a rise above/change from America's always white, rich, elitist leaders.

    Hopin' that makes some sense?

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  16. Edo, I heard Mike Rivero saying, it had to be a previous winner that nominated him, so he was assuming that it would have been Al Gore or Jimmy Carter, who knows????

    and I do hope you get a better night's sleep, what a screwy news day this win, made for!

    It is obvious the Nobel prize is about politics, not accomplishment,and this made that 100 percent clear!

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  17. you people have your brain in your ass or cunt. The problem in the US is that the Wall Street Jews have financially gang raped the US and the Jews that occupy the White House are protecting them and their own. Until these fucking money whores are eliminated on wall Street and DC, you have no country. It is gone. Get a life...better yet, get an AK or AR 15 while you can , you will need it in your lifetime.

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  18. it would seem that Obama winning the Nobel Peace prize represents a vote of confidence from Europe...

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  19. Penny, according to Nobel web site, these are the potential nominators:

    Qualified Nominators
    The right to submit proposals for the Nobel Peace Prize shall, by statute, be enjoyed by:

    1. Members of national assemblies and governments of states;
    2. Members of international courts;
    3. University rectors; professors of social sciences, history, philosophy, law and theology; directors of peace research institutes and foreign policy institutes;
    4. Persons who have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize;
    5. Board members of organizations who have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize;
    6. Active and former members of the Norwegian Nobel Committee; (proposals by members of the Committee to be submitted no later than at the first meeting of the Committee after February 1) and
    7. Former advisers appointed by the Norwegian Nobel Institute.

    And as for Anonymous' comment - that really is a rather a crude statement, regardless of whether we agree with you or not.

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  20. Anonymous...you must be kidding right? You still think your vote counts? You still think that "your guy" will make a difference?

    Obama is just the same as George Bush, how i know this, is cause they both take orders from the same group as all the presidents before them up to the 23rd. Federal Reserve calls the shots here, make no mistake...

    Puppet or CEO taking orders from the board of directors: Federal Reserve...if someone like George Bush screws up, toss him out next one comes in Obama...but the same nasty greedy bastards stay at the top.

    JFK paid the ultimate price for trying to abolish the Fed when he signed into law Executive Order 11110 ...

    But all this might to much for ya, all that careful brainwashing the media has seasoned your brains...

    This American lives outside of the USA now, ashamed of my country...

    [Anonymous said...

    Let's see...

    His predecessor was a war criminal who repeatedly violated U.S. and international law, and used a national tragedy and doctored intelligence to invade a country that was no threat to us, not incidentally destabilizing and already volatile region]

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  21. What is it with all these Anonymous posters? Apart from the fact that's its difficult to determine who (each of) you are, i can't help feeling you have something to hide...

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  22. The very crude anonymous poster, is just that, crude.

    If we wanna get into the banks running the show.... how obvious does it have to be?

    But, talking like that is just a reflection of the person that leaves that kind of comment.

    Anonymous who live outside of America now, it is sad that someone feels they have to take such drastic actions?
    However, thinking of Iceland, what country is safe from the wrath of the banks?

    And Edo, Hey Edo! finally, thanks I was going to check that.
    So it would seem any number of individuals could nominate Obama.

    It would seem this is a continuance of an agenda to sell the Obama brand to the world.
    You know like when they repackage a tired product, it's the same product, possibly crappier, but, it has a bright shiny new package.
    the peace prize helps with that sales pitch, it reinforces the propaganda, it is part and parcel of the big lie.

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  23. Crudeness many times equates with reality and to ignore the reality of what is happening in this country regrading how less than 50000 Jews control the financial, news, Hollywood, political system and the infiltration of the Massad in the US is just what I said...you got in your head in your ass and you need an AK , Glock, 30/30 and other to protect your family. You dreamers have delutions of delutions.

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  24. Anonymous Dude.
    Get your guns, barricade yourself in a compound, stockpile food, and wait for the inevitable assault on yourself by the Zionist/Jew infiltrated whatever. I don't normally speak on behalf of others, but in this case I shall. I don't think there's anyone here who is not aware of the influence of Israel and World Jewry on all the things you state. Starting a race war however isn't the solution either. In my mind it's world jewry that needs to 'pull its head from it ass'.... Some are. They need your support.
    http://www.gilad.co.uk/writings/from-delusion-to-vindictiveness-by-gilad-atzmon.html

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  25. anonymous crude, talk however you wish, it still is a reflection of you.
    Other people get the reality of many situations but they don't resort to foul language to convey their understanding or concern.

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  26. hey edo, I shall check that link out thanks!

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  27. Obama, right up there in a class with Al Gore. I think soon the fry-guy at the local fast food chain will carry more clout than a roomful of nobel laureats.

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  28. Hello Everyone,

    Just to say, I'd like to get back to the real topic at hand... "President Barack Obama's Nobel Peace Prize"

    Anonymous, it'd be much appreciated if you actually had some evidence to support your outrageous and rude claims.

    My opinion of the Nobel Peace Prize is that someone should actually have taken action towards a more peaceful state. Since Obama had clearly not taken any action 12 days after his inauguration, there is no reason for him to be nominated for the Peace Prize. Further I state the Nobel Peace Prize committee claims they chose Obama for his "extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples." Honestly I don't believe Obama has done such things. He has only created a vision of this.

    Out of 205 nominations, more than ever nominated before, I don't believe the committee made an appropriate choice. I have nothing against Obama and I think if his visions and plans for a better America and better relations with the rest of the world are implemented they will have positive effects. As of the current situation and his current lack of action I think the Nobel Peace Prize is not yet deserved. There are many other people that actually deserved the Peace Prize for their peaceful actions.

    One thing people have mentioned that is worth mentioning again, Obama was surprised he was the recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. He had no clue he was even nominated for it. Therefore, we can not get mad at Obama for receiving it. I'd say whoever nominated President Obama was out of line and not Obama.

    Fun fact: President Obama is the third US President to receive the Nobel Peace Prize, while in office. The first was Theodore Roosevelt in 1906, for negotiating an end to a war between Russia and Japan, and the second was Woodrow Wilson in 1919, for the Treaty of Versailles.
    - I don't think Obama's plans measure up to either of these historical and world changing events, but who am I to judge.


    - Former President Jimmy Carter also received the award in 2002 after decades of spreading peace and development.





    ...Think these things over and please make some worthwhile comments...not just random crap that comes to mind.

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  29. Anna: while I am glad you agree that at this time Obama has not earned, nor does he deserve the award.

    I must take exception to this

    "Obama was surprised he was the recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. He had no clue he was even nominated for it"

    So that is the way the spin goes.

    Was he really surprised or is that the way the tale is being told.
    Truth is, you and I don't really know.

    Did he really not know he had been nominated?

    Personally I find that non-credible.

    I am more of the opinion that this was done to as an extension of the brand obama marketing.

    That said, that is my opinion and I thank you for yours.

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  30. Penny:
    As far as I'm concerned all sources that I have found related to Obama's Nobel Peace Prize have stated that he had no idea about it. I've read numerous articles, not just democratic based ones, but unbiased ones and republican based ones, and they all say Obama did not know about his nomination.

    In fact the first time he heard about it (even though you might find this a twist of Obama's supporters) was a little after 6am when he received a phone call telling him of that he had received the Nobel Peace Prize.

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