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Shame on the Nobel Committee

A Commentary on the Santos Nobel Peace Prize


The Nobel Committee awarded Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos the Nobel Peace Prize, after his "peace deal" with the FARC was rejected by the people of Colombia. This amounts to a public endorsement of his appeasement policy vis-à-vis the terrorists, and a public rejection of the democratic vote of the Colombian citizens.
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A commentary on the Santos Nobel Peace Prize—which I post on the Nobel Commitee's website:


This Nobel Prize, and Santos' insistence in pushing through an agreement to favour terrorist groups, in spite of the negative vote of the Colombian people in the referendum, give the measure of our elites' true respect for the vote of the people. Which was NO SUSPENSION OF THE LAWS TO FAVOR TERRORISTS - NO DEALING WITH TERRORISTS - NO PRIVILEGED TREATMENT FOR TERRORISTS.

Shame on the Nobel Committee.


The FARC leader Rodrigo Londoño, a.k.a. "Timochenko", did not "unambiguously ask for forgiveness", not at all. Instead, in his public statement, where these words should have been said, and were expected, he said he OFFERED forgiveness. Which is not the same, not in the least, however much the media, and the Nobel Committee too as I see, insist on wilfully misreading or mishearing or misquoting him, a clear sign of self-deception, or of publicly sanctioned mass deception. There is in the awarding this Nobel Peace Price an explicit choice of peace on any terms over justice. Which is not the best road the Nobel Peace Price could take.
 
—oOo—

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