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Nobel Peace Prize renamed Mostly Peaceful Prize

BLM has been Nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize and many people are really pulling for them to win. The Media, Liberals, Woke People and more. But there have been some issues with the Nobel Peace Prize and a few recipients have only been mostly peaceful.

Aung San Suu Kyi– 1991 winner for “for her non-violent struggle for democracy and human rights”. Was freed from prison and then elected State Counsellor of Myanmar in 2016. She then went on an Ethnic cleansing rampage.

Abiy Ahmed Ali – 2019 Winner for “for his efforts to achieve peace and international cooperation, and in particular for his decisive initiative to resolve the border conflict with neighboring Eritrea”. Who after gaining peace with Eritrea decided to start a civil war with his own people.

Barrack Hussain Obama – 2009 winner for “Not being George W Bush”. He went on to basically follow the same policies as Bush and drone strike the crap out of everyone. All the while continuing multi-Trillion Dollar endless wars worldwide (in the name of Democracy) .

In light of this and other information The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided to rename the prize the Nobel Mostly Peaceful Prize. In order to qualify, you must be at least 93% peaceful.

BLM or Antifa is prefect for this they have only done a few billion dollars in damage while burning down cities and attacking police.

We here in Dogfaceponia understand the name change as the Nobel Peace Prize appears to be just a place to promote liberal values on the world stage and has little to do with peace. It would be nice if it was given to someone who actually promoted peace.

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2 Comments

  1. Carl Bauer-Medina Carl Bauer-Medina February 3, 2021

    I love this idea. Get it out of NY as fast as possible. I would also love to see that garden President Trump suggested and replace all those statues that were destroyed. Like the individuals or not that’s history.

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