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Hitler, Stalin, Castro, Chavez nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

Adolf and the Nobel Peace Prize

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"Hitler ought to have the peace prize!"
The renowned Jewish author and Nobel Prize winner, Gertrude Stein, led the campaign that got Hitler nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1938.

"I say that Hitler ought to have the peace prize, because he is removing all the elements of contest and of struggle from Germany. By driving out the Jews and the democratic and Left element, he is driving out everything that conduces to activity. That means peace..."

struggle germany driving jews democratic element driving conduces activity peace
struggle germany driving jews democratic element driving conduces activity peace

This was disclosed by Gustav Hendrikksen, a former member of the Nobel committee, in Nativ, a political magazine published in Israel. Hendrikksen recalled: "Gertrude Stein... turned to a number of intellectuals no, not all of them Jews--who signed an appeal urging the Nobel prize committee to give Hitler the Nobel peace prize. The committee rejected this proposal politely but firmly."

In 1939 Adolf Hitler was once AGAIN nominated for the Nobel peace prize by E.G.C. Brandt, Member of the Swedish parliament. He was pressurized to withdraw this nomination.

peace prize brandt member swedish parliament subsequently pressurized withdraw nomination

"Historians will one day record that never were the peaceful proposals of one man met with more hatred than mine. When Germany became the example to the world of the peaceful solution of social problems and economic difficulties, the hatred of the Bolsheviks and capitalists, the exploiters of nations, was turned against her. Only then did I turn to create the new German Wehrmacht."

- Adolf Hitler, 1936.

Some efforts Hitler did that also helped his nomination was he created the World's first
breast cancer campaign, he was a big animal Humanitarian, he was called Adolf the Economist by saving Germany from unemployment and financial ruin by killing millions of Jews, he made the World's first freeway, he was a professional oil painter and Volkswagon the worlds most affordable automobile due to him.

"Hitler is one of the greatest men. The old trust him, the young idolise him. It is the worship of a national hero who has served his country."

- David Lloyd George,
Prime Minister and Statesman,
Great Britain.

hero served country david lloyd george prime minister statesman britain

But most importantly it was the untold story at the time of his plan for the Jews. He murdered an estimated 20 million people and tried to take over the world. He envaded most of Europe and was planning on taking over America by coming in through the East Coast. The truth was all of his incredible accomplishments were glorified by the media he controlled and the hid the evil this man did from the public. He shut down all dissenting media and spread propaganda of hate to Jews. He made Jews appear to be the problem that was destroying much of the world.

And for those Muslims who actually agreed the Holocaust happened their excuse was the Jewish created it to kill off the disabled and handicaped children. This picture below is from an actual news story released from Hamas:

kill disabled handicaped children picture actual news story released hamas

So in other words, the Nobel Peace Prize is not all it is cracked up to be.

picture actual news story released hamas nobel peace prize cracked
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  • jer1five 2009/10/11 22:14:29 (edited)
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    +7
    If anyone had any doubt about the politics of the progressives that head up the Nobel prizes, this should clear it up for them.

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  • ♥N A♥ 2009/10/16 03:44:14
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    Stephanopoulos Laughs When Brazile Says Obama's Nobel Prize Was 'Well-Deserved'

    A marvelous thing happened on Sunday's "This Week": Donna Brazile said Barack Obama being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize was "well-deserved," and host George Stephanopoulos couldn't restrain his laughter.

    Such deliciously happened moments after George Will said, "[T]he Nobel Prize committee would with this decision have forfeited its reputation for seriousness if it had a reputation for seriousness."

    Quite comically, Brazile was as serious as the Nobel committee (video embedded below the fold with partial transcript, video available here for Internet Explorer users):

    GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS, HOST: Another Friday, another shocker. Everyone's got an opinion. Let me bring the Round Table in on all this. I am joined as always by George Will, Nicole Wallace, former communications director in the Bush White House, Arianna Huffington of the Huffington Post, and Donna Brazile. And George, I have to confess when I found out about this, I first wanted to know what the White House thought. The next thing I wanted to know what you thought given your history with the Nobel Prize committee.

    GEORGE WILL: Well, the Nobel Prize committee would with this decision have forfeited its reputation for seriousness if it...
















    Stephanopoulos Laughs When Brazile Says Obama's Nobel Prize Was 'Well-Deserved'

    A marvelous thing happened on Sunday's "This Week": Donna Brazile said Barack Obama being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize was "well-deserved," and host George Stephanopoulos couldn't restrain his laughter.

    Such deliciously happened moments after George Will said, "[T]he Nobel Prize committee would with this decision have forfeited its reputation for seriousness if it had a reputation for seriousness."

    Quite comically, Brazile was as serious as the Nobel committee (video embedded below the fold with partial transcript, video available here for Internet Explorer users):

    GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS, HOST: Another Friday, another shocker. Everyone's got an opinion. Let me bring the Round Table in on all this. I am joined as always by George Will, Nicole Wallace, former communications director in the Bush White House, Arianna Huffington of the Huffington Post, and Donna Brazile. And George, I have to confess when I found out about this, I first wanted to know what the White House thought. The next thing I wanted to know what you thought given your history with the Nobel Prize committee.

    GEORGE WILL: Well, the Nobel Prize committee would with this decision have forfeited its reputation for seriousness if it had a reputation for seriousness. The President has a problem in Afghanistan, he has a REAL problem in Scandinavia. First Copenhagen, then Oslo. The award set off a global cry of two words: "For what?" Well, the committee answered that. They said, after 263 days of his presidency, but really after eleven days, because it was February 1 that the nomination list closed, "He was honored for values and attitudes." Notice the word "attitudes." "Values and attitudes shared by a majority of the world's population." This is an award for attitudinizing.

    DONNA BRAZILE: It is well-deserved because after eleven days...

    STEPHANOPOULOS: (Laughing) Well-deserved?

    BRAZILE: C'mon, George. I am a forward-looking, optimistic person, and the President has, in my judgment, he is, it is not only well-deserved, but he must also earn it. George, in eleven days, President Obama overturned many of the policies that much of the world disliked. He ended, banned torture, he proposed closing out Gitmo Bay...

    WILL: You're mentioning Gitmo?

    BRAZILE: Yes, yes, it's a proposal, and he has to work with members of Congress and states to get it finally closed. He closed secret prisons, CIA prisons across the globe. And he reversed a global gag rule. So, yes, in eleven days he committed a great...

    STEPHANOPOULOS: Donna went even farther than the President.
    After that, the entire panel laughed.

    Alas, I'd be laughing, too, if it wasn't so frightening that anyone with the privilege of regularly offering opinions on national television could actually say something so clearly biased and agenda-driven AND STILL get invited back.

    To paraphrase Will's initial comment, liberal media members would with such behavior forfeit their reputation for seriousness if they had a reputation for seriousness
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  • ♥N A♥ 2009/10/16 03:40:50
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    Chavez says Obama did "nothing" to deserve Nobel

    (Hysterical! Chavez must be jealous because he lost and now Hussein Obama won!)

    Venezuela's socialist leader Hugo Chavez said on Sunday that U.S. President Barack Obama had done nothing beyond wishful thinking to earn the Nobel Peace Prize.

    Chavez, who has mixed praise for Obama personally with criticism of his government's "imperialist" policies, said he thought it was a mistake when he read the U.S. leader had won.

    "What has Obama done to deserve this prize? The jury put store on his hope for a nuclear arms-free world, forgetting his role in perpetuating his battalions in Iraq and Afghanistan, and his decision to install new military bases in Colombia," Chavez wrote in a column.

    "For the first time, we are witnessing an award with the nominee having done nothing to deserve it: rewarding someone for a wish that is very far from becoming reality."

    Chavez said giving Obama the Nobel award was like giving a baseball pitcher a prize simply for saying he was going to win 50 games and strike out 500 batters.

    Although mild compared to some of the virulent rhetoric he often uses against the United States, Chavez's criticism contrasted with the assessment of his mentor, Fidel Castro.

    The former Cuban leader said it was "a ...

    Chavez says Obama did "nothing" to deserve Nobel

    (Hysterical! Chavez must be jealous because he lost and now Hussein Obama won!)

    Venezuela's socialist leader Hugo Chavez said on Sunday that U.S. President Barack Obama had done nothing beyond wishful thinking to earn the Nobel Peace Prize.

    Chavez, who has mixed praise for Obama personally with criticism of his government's "imperialist" policies, said he thought it was a mistake when he read the U.S. leader had won.

    "What has Obama done to deserve this prize? The jury put store on his hope for a nuclear arms-free world, forgetting his role in perpetuating his battalions in Iraq and Afghanistan, and his decision to install new military bases in Colombia," Chavez wrote in a column.

    "For the first time, we are witnessing an award with the nominee having done nothing to deserve it: rewarding someone for a wish that is very far from becoming reality."

    Chavez said giving Obama the Nobel award was like giving a baseball pitcher a prize simply for saying he was going to win 50 games and strike out 500 batters.

    Although mild compared to some of the virulent rhetoric he often uses against the United States, Chavez's criticism contrasted with the assessment of his mentor, Fidel Castro.

    The former Cuban leader said it was "a positive measure" that implied criticism of the "genocidal" policies of Obama's predecessors in the White House.

    Though Caracas and Washington have hostile political relations, the United States remains the main buyer of oil from the OPEC member nation
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  • HoldenBeachBum 2009/10/13 14:17:10
    HoldenBeachBum
    +1
    This NPP is nothing more than a worthless piece of crap. I think it's because the NPPC has a warped vision of what peace is.
  • Pecos Sal 2009/10/13 03:26:46
    Pecos Sal
    +1
    The Nobel Peace Prize tells you a lot about the people who receive it. Peace is to let dictators have their way, and the people should never fight for freedom.
  • Billyk75 2009/10/12 18:35:07
    Billyk75
    +1
    I guess that the Nobel Peace Prize is for everything with the exception of actual peace.
  • johnnywoo 2009/10/12 17:41:59
    johnnywoo
    +1
    The Nobel Peace Prize is getting to where it comes in a Cracker Jack Box! I bet Mr. Nobel is turing over in his grave,to see the people who are getting his Peace Prize!
  • ♥N A♥ johnnywoo 2009/10/12 22:21:36
  • johnnywoo ♥N A♥ 2009/10/13 20:30:41
    johnnywoo
    +1
    Now their coming in a bag,still get a prize?
  • none 2009/10/12 16:15:17
    none
    +1
    This act of foolishness by the panel for the Nobel Peace Prize has turned the prize into a joke instead of something to be proud of because of your accomplishments.
  • Matt 2009/10/12 13:18:02
    Matt
    +1
    Hitler "culled" the herd. The same is being attempted now.

    hitler culled herd attempted
  • BrokenDevilDog 2009/10/12 10:02:19
    BrokenDevilDog
    +2
    This is a nothing more than a political tool. They gave the same award to Yasser Arafat. He was the leader of a terrorist organization.
  • ۩Osiris۩ Loves Isis forever 2009/10/12 08:55:15
    ۩Osiris۩ Loves Isis forever
    +1
    This is very instructive in terms of understanding the hypocrisy and folly of the Nobel Peace Prize election process... just look at who has been winning it lately!! LOL.... It's a complete JOKE!!!

    hypocrisy folly nobel peace prize election process winning lol joke

    hypocrisy folly nobel peace prize election process winning lol joke
  • ♥Isis♥ ۩Osiris... 2009/10/12 09:00:46
    ♥Isis♥
    +1
    LOL I almost fell on the floor laughing my ass off...When I seen the last 3 on the list!
    Back to Google News
    A list of US winners of the Nobel Peace Prize

    By The Associated Press (AP) – 2 days ago

    President Barack Obama is not the first sitting U.S. president to receive the Nobel Peace Prize — Woodrow Wilson and Theodore Roosevelt were the first two, and he joins a long list of Americans whose efforts have drawn the attention of the Norwegian Nobel Committee.

    U.S. winners of the Nobel Peace Prize include:

    ___

    1906, Theodore Roosevelt

    1912, Elihu Root

    1919, Woodrow Wilson

    1925, Charles G. Dawes

    1929, Frank B. Kellogg

    1931, Jane Addams

    1931, Nicholas Murray Butler

    1945, Cordell Hull

    1946, Emily Greene Balch

    1946, John R. Mott

    1950, Ralph Bunche

    1953, George C. Marshall

    1962, Linus Pauling

    1964, Martin Luther King Jr.

    1970, Norman Borlaug

    1973, Henry Kissinger

    1986, Elie Wiesel

    1997, Jody Williams

    2002, Jimmy Carter

    2007, Al Gore

    2009, Barack Obama

    Copyright © 2009 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.
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  • ۩Osiris... ♥Isis♥ 2009/10/12 09:07:43
    ۩Osiris۩ Loves Isis forever
    +1
    LOL... Good God...

    lol god
  • ♥Isis♥ ۩Osiris... 2009/10/12 09:14:12
    ♥Isis♥
    +1
    LoL.......
  • ♥Isis♥ 2009/10/12 08:50:55
    ♥Isis♥
    +1
    They should change it to the "Antichrist Award"
  • ۩Osiris... ♥Isis♥ 2009/10/12 09:02:47
    ۩Osiris۩ Loves Isis forever
    +3
    Certainly in Obama's case "Antichrist Award" would be fitting... but as far as Gore and Carter are concerned, they deserve a...

    obamas case antichrist award fitting gore carter concerned deserve
  • ♥Isis♥ ۩Osiris... 2009/10/12 09:09:44 (edited)
    ♥Isis♥
    +1
    LOL...

    lol lol
  • ken ♥Isis♥ 2009/10/12 13:37:43
    ken
    +2
    Gore certainly has the mouth for other duties and look at that big 'ol smile Jimmy has on his face...what did he just do??
  • ♥Isis♥ ken 2009/10/12 17:53:44
    ♥Isis♥
    +2
    LOL no telling... OMG I just had a horrible Vision....ugh they forgot carter in the picture
    lol telling omg horrible vision ugh forgot carter picture

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