- Imprisoned by the most dangerous Zionist guards
- People out there are divided whether it was a right decision
to award Obama with a Nobel prize for peace. In fact, almost everyone around
me is outraged, what 'peace' they ask, what about Iraq, Afghanistan, Guantanamo
Bay, Palestine? We are tired of promises they insist. The Nobel Prize
committee on its part 'highlighted Obama's effort to support international
bodies, build ties with the Muslim world, act in favour of nuclear disproliferation
and fight Climate change'. Those who are unimpressed with Obama stress
that the above is just 'empty rhetoric', nothing but 'hot air'. "We
want to see action, we demand facts on the ground".
- While Obama's critics raise some valid points, they
for some reason seem to fail to grasp the distinction between 'Obama the
Brand' and 'Obama the President'. The 'Brand' stands for hope and humanism.
- It tends to say the right things on the right occasions.
It is ethically aware. It employs reason occasionally and it even manages
to talk sense often enough. 'Obama the Brand' is, no doubt, a refreshing
event in the Western political arena.
- 'Obama the President' is a different story altogether:
It struggles, it fails to deliver, it fails to keep promises. It says things
and does the opposite. 'Obama the President' is a politician and politicians
are conditionally untrustworthy.
- The failure of Obama to merge the 'Brand' and the
'President' into a continuous ethical reality is indeed a colossal tragedy.
But it is not Just Obama's tragedy, it is actually our own disaster. As
much as the 'Brand' manages to spread some cheering humanist and universal
statements, the 'President' is actually imprisoned by some of the most
dangerous Zionist guards. 'Obama the President' has a big open bill to
pay to the people who gave him the keys to his current white dwelling.
In other words he has many Zionists to appease and another bunch of rabid
Sayanim* that have managed to invade his office. To a certain extent,
Obama's failure to establish an adequate continuum between the 'brand'
and the 'president' is due to the unfeasibility of a continuum between
humanism and Zionism.
- Unfortunately, Within the Western liberal discourse
there is no obvious political means to confront the Zionist lobbies, and
its infiltrators within the American administrations or any other Western
democracy. Catastrophically enough, there is no practical or political
means to stop the Wolfowitzes from taking us into another illegal genocidal
war. Like in America, no one in British politics or media is courageous
enough to elaborate on the close ties between Blair's cabinet and his party's
leading fund raisers at the time when Britain was taken into a Zionist
illegal war in Iraq. The West in general and the English Speaking Empire
in particular have lost their survival instinct. It would be right to argue
that within the post WWII Liberal discourse we lack the political apparatus
to defend ourselves from the infiltration of Zionist foreign interests.
By the time we are convinced that we have managed to silence one Wolfowitz,
five Emanuel Rahms pop out in the background.
- This is exactly where the Nobel Peace Prize comes
- Rather than waiting for Obama to launch another Zionist
war, rather than letting him nuke Iran just to make the Jewish state a
'safer place', they, the Nobel Prize committee have hopefully pulled him
in: they gave him their biggest trophy in a very early stage of his presidential
term. They basically bounded him to his 'Brand' i.e. hope, humanism, harmony
and reconciliation. They told him, "listen to us Mr President, here
is your trophy, once you accept it you may have to say NO to your Ziocons
at home, for people with a peace medal cannot launch wars." Obama
may have to find some other policies to pursue peace rather than killing
Muslims. Time will tell whether the Nobel Committee gamble justified itself.
For the mean time we may have to agree that the Nobel Committee offered
Obama an opportunity to bond the 'Brand' and the 'President' into a unified,
dignified and ethical stand. Let's hope that he takes the challenge.
- As far as the Nobel Committee is concerned, this
is probably the most clever thing to do. The committee should have thought
about it a long time ago. Rather than waiting for too long, they should
have awarded Blair and Bush in the immediate beginning of their terms.
This could have saved the lives of millions of Iraqis and Afghans. They
should also have considered awarding Shimon Peres with a Nobel Prize already
in the 1950's, this may have prevented him from building the Dimona nuclear
reactor and later transforming it into a leading Zio-terminator. Henry
Kissinger? Very much the same, they should have award him the peace medal
on his Brit Mila (circumcision) ceremony when he was just 8 days old. This
could have saved the lives of millions.
- Nobel Prize for Peace should be used as a preventative
- Rather than wasting it on tedious humanists and boring
peace lovers who do nothing but making the world nicer, we should better
employ it in a preventative method. In current world affairs it should
be used as an induced commitment to peace so we can avert the risk of Zionist
- If I read it correctly, the Nobel Peace Prize is
there to help 'Obama the Brand' withstand the pressure posed on 'Obama
the President' by his Ziocon ring.