Exposing the Nobel Peace Prize’s Corrupt Political Bias
The Nobel Peace Prize has become corrupt and politicized. The Norwegian Nobel Peace Prize committee has a very important responsibility. It’s single purpose in life is to, once a year, implement Alfred Nobel’s directive that: the Peace prize shall be awarded…
“to the person who shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity between nations, the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses”
History of the Rise of the Politicization of the Nobel Peace Prize
Even though Alfred Nobel hailed from Sweden, when he died in 1896, he bestowed the Peace prize to Norway on the condition that it would be untainted by politics. Nobel did so because he assumed that Norwegians would act as a check and balance to prevent any national political bias from occurring.
Unfortunately, despite Nobel’s concern, the corruption of the Nobel Peace Prize can be directly attributed to the politics of the Norwegian parliament, called the Storting. In the past, the Storting had a tradition of selecting emeritus members of the political community that were no longer active in politics, and in theory not beholden to political agendas. This is no longer true.
Currently, Norway’s (and Sweden’s) politicians consider themselves as the self-appointed Moral Superpowers of the world. As such, they must lead by example by showing the unwashed conservative masses of the world, that Scandinavian style socialism – and the unelected bureaucrats of the United Nations and The European Union – know what’s best for you. And they know what’s best for peace too.
Liberal internationalism: Peace, War and Democracy – The Nobel Prize Bias
Currently, The Nobel Peace Prize is all about Politics – not Peace. This begins with the political bias of the Nobel Prize Organization itself, as evidenced by the article “Liberal Internationalism: Peace, War and Democracy,” posted on the nobelprize.org. This academic article written by Michael W. Doyle, Harold Brown Professor at Columbia University in the School of International and Public Affairs draws the conclusion that International Liberalism leads to Peace. This liberal bias is reflected in several Nobel Peace Prize Laureates including, but not limited to: Malala Yousafzai, Barack H. Obama, Albert Arnold (Al) Gore Jrand Jimmy Carter all of whom were nominations to repudiate the election of President George W. Bush and the Republican party in general.
Put People and Peace Over Politics
One of the worst and most controversial Nobel Peace Prizes was awarded to President Barack Hussein Obama in 2009… after only eight months in office. Obama was spectacularly unqualified and did not meet a single criteria for winning the Nobel Peace Prize.
In 2009, Thorbjørn Jagland, President of the Storting from 2005 to 2009, became chair of the Nobel Committee where he orchestrated the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to President Barack Hussein Obama. Lauded in the liberal global press as the best of America – a biracial, Islamic sympathizing, socialist democrat – Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize not because of what he has accomplished, but rather what he represented: a virtue-signaling, politically correct slap in the face to the “evil” George W. Bush and the Republican Party. The champagne corks were popping all over in the European Union celebrating this award. However, in an unprecedented reprimand Jagland was unceremoniously demoted for awarding this prestigious prize to Barack Obama.
Why did Alfred Nobel specify a person for the Nobel Peace Prize?
Why did Alfred Nobel specify a person for the Nobel Peace Prize? He certainly could have included a much broader criteria for the Peace prize. But Alfred Nobel was an iconoclastic individual, a scientist and a sceptic, with an inherent distrust of the of the dominant institutions of his time, The Church, The Military, The Crown. He was also a one-man genius in science, industry and philanthropy, who was impatient with the glacial inertia of deeply embedded organizations that had very little motivation for changing the status quo of the very profitable and destructive wars of Europe.
A Person is not an Organization
A person is not an organization. That very clear single noun –person –has now been illegally replaced with a dishonest, fraudulent and intentional mission creep. The Norwegian Nobel Peace Prize committee, in all its kinglike wisdom, has now decreed that the word Person shall be replaced by “Person, Persons or Organizations”.
There are many examples of New World Order, political agenda-driven Nobel Peace Prize winners. In 2012 Jagland handed the Nobel Peace Prize to the European Union for its commitment to “peace and reconciliation, democracy, and human rights.” This politically motivated award raised the ire of several Nobel Laureates including Archbishop Desmond Tutu who wrote in an open letter “The European Union is clearly not the ‘champion of peace’ that Alfred Nobel had in mind when he wrote his will.” Harald Stanghelle, editor of daily newspaper Aftenposten confirms this bias when he stated, “This raises the question: Is the Nobel committee as independent of a political point of view as it should be?”
No, it is not. It is not following the Last Will and Testament of Alfred Nobel.
Now the Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided to award the Nobel Peace Prize for 2020 to a United Nations organization–the World Food Programme (WFP). This too, does not follow the Last Will and Testament of Alfred Nobel.
Put People and Peace Over Politics
The Nobel Peace Prize should unite people.
Currently, the Nobel Peace Prize favors politically correct viewpoints over the original intent of Alfred Nobel’s Last Will and Testament.
For decades United Earth has continued Alfred Nobel’s legacy of uniting people, cultures, and nations. As a member of the Nobel family, I challenge the Nobel Peace Prize Committee to return to their roots established by Alfred Nobel by honoring individuals instead of organizations and placing people over politics.