Ron Paul: Obama Should Have Turned Down the Nobel Peace Prize


We Can Now Add Yemen to Our Nobel Peace Prize President's War Agenda

The US air force perpetrated an appalling massacre against citizens in the north of Yemen as it launched air raids on various populated areas, markets, refugee camps and villages along with Saudi warplanes ...

US Attack Kills 120 In Yemen

Obama Ordered U.S. Military Strike on Suspected "Terrorists"


As many as 120 people were killed in the three raids, according to reports from Yemen, and opposition leaders said many of the dead were innocent civilians.

U.S Kill 63 Civilians, 28 Children in Yemen Air Strikes

By Press TV

Yemen's Houthi fighters say scores of civilians, including many children, have been killed in US air-raids in the southeast of the war-stricken Arab country. The Shia fighters on Friday reported the deaths of 63 people, including some 28 children, in the southeastern province of Abyan.

Obama ordered deadly blitz on Yemen: US media

US Nobel Peace Prize laureate President Barack Obama has signed the order for a recent military strike on Yemen in which scores of civilians, including children, have been killed, a report says.

'US aided' deadly Yemen raids

Residents of Abyan said that there was no al-Qaeda training camp in the area and that the raids had destroyed several homes. Abbas al-Assal, a local human rights activist who was at the scene, said 64 people were killed, including 23 children and 17 women.

Who's the Enemy?

By John O'Kane

Obama's Nobel acceptance speech was an embarrassing justification for the potential of war to produce peace.

From Information Clearing House


Obama’s peace prize continues tradition of dubious choices

Independent Institute
by Ivan Eland


[O]ther liberal warheads besides President Obama have won the Nobel Peace Prize, too. Teddy Roosevelt, a Republican Progressive, won the prize but is one of the few American presidents who actually believed that war had positive effects on the human condition. Woodrow Wilson won it but is the man who ruined the entire 20th century by involving America unnecessarily in the First World War (the U.S. had traditionally stayed out of Europe’s wars) and thus inadvertently played a great role in bringing about the conditions for the second, more horrible installment of that conflict and the subsequent Cold War. Finally, Henry Kissinger, the national security adviser and secretary of state to the last liberal president before Obama — Richard Nixon — won the prize even though he and Nixon carpet-bombed the small country of Cambodia, not caring a thing about indiscriminately killing huge numbers of civilians...

Barack Obama’s Doublespeak “peace” speech

Independent Institute
by Laurie L. Calhoun


In accepting the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize, Barack Obama recited the tried and true sophism parroted by U.S. presidents since 1945 in defending their wars: The Third Reich had to be defeated. As though Afghanistan bore any more resemblance to Germany than did North Vietnam. As though sending ever more U.S. troops to kill ever more innocent Afghan citizens might have any more tangible effect than to incite the ire of the very people alleged to be quietly conspiring to attack the United States again...

A lesson on nonviolence for Obama

by Eric Stoner


Almost immediately after acknowledging that there is ‘nothing weak — nothing passive — nothing naive — in the creed and lives of Gandhi and King,’ Obama equated nonviolence with doing nothing. To live and act nonviolently, however, never involves standing ‘idle in the face of threats.’ Dorothy Day, Cesar Chavez, Dave Dellinger, Daniel and Philip Berrigan, and countless other genuine peacemakers have put their lives on the line in the struggle for a more just world. Advocates of nonviolence, like Gandhi, simply believe that means and ends are inseparable — that responding in kind to an aggressor will only continue the cycle of violence...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


Earn This!

Winslow Myers, Truthout: "President Obama's speech in Oslo was powerful, subtle, honest and provocative - provocative in that it cries out for thoughtful citizen response, especially in the context of the cognitive dissonance which he sought to finesse: a leader at war receiving a peace prize."


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