Norway to honor two American Mass Murderers

Former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger and Barack Obama’s former national security advisor Zbigniew Brzezinsky have been invited to be keynote speakers at the Nobel Peace Prize Forum Oslo to be held on December 11, 2016. The topic of this year’s Forum will be “The United States and world peace after the Presidential Election.

Ironically, both speakers are known for their hatred toward the so-called “world peace”. They’re behind America’s major wars (Iran, Afghanistan, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Pakistan, etc.), and violent regime changes (Chile, Syria, etc.).

The Forum is hosted by the Norwegian Nobel Institute in close collaboration with the University of Oslo. Approximately 500 ‘distinguished guests’ are invited to participate in an enlightened two-hour session in the beautiful Aula at the University of Oslo to listen to the two experts to prove that America under Donald Trump administration would be worse than it was under BUS, Clinton and Obama administrations.

The Nobel Peace Prize Watch  partnered with progressive group RootsAction launched a petition on Tuesday for the arrest of Kissinger, who is “complicit or a main actor in many violations of the Genocide Convention and of the Geneva Conventions,” says the petition, already signed by over 5,000.

Kissinger himself was awarded the prize in 1973 alongside his Vietnamese counterpart, Le Duc Tho, who refused to accept the award, for negotiating a cease-fire between the countries, which was ultimately ignored.

Warsaw-born Zbigniew Brzezinski, former national adviser to Jimmy Carter played a major role in supporting King Reza Shah of Iran against the Islamic Revolutionaries in 1979. Later, he directed American policy to use Afghan Mujahideen leaders to destroy Soviet Union as world power in the 1980s.

The Nobel Peace Committee is under control of Swedish government. Thus it’s prime minister Kjell Stefan Löfven’s responsibility under country’s constitution to arrest and prosecute these two American criminals for their crimes against humanity.

If Kissinger will enjoy automatic impunity it stands out in shameful contrast with denying protection to whistleblower Edward Snowden for a stay of two days to receive the Ossietzky prize from Norwegian PEN,” wrote Jan Oberg of the Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future Research. “Can Norway really have offered protection to one who has committed the most serious international crimes and at the same time denied it to one who has exposed grave crimes against the US Constitution?

Both the Nobel Peace Prize, and UNESCO’s Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize are Western tools to award its most criminal foot soldiers. Henry Kissinger must feel honored to join the “mass killers club” whose members include three Israeli Jew mass killers, Menachem Begin (1978), Yitzhak Rabin and Shimon Peres (1994), Jimmy Carter 2002, and Barack Obama (2009).

The recipients of the Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize include French Jew president François Hollande (2013), Jimmy Carter (1994), Yitzhak Rabin and Shimon Peres (1993) along with Yasser Arafat of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) during the Oslo I Accord as an attempt to set up a roadmap to a resolution to end the Palestinian arms resistance to the Jewish occupation of Palestine. The Oslo Accords actually failed since Israel never ended its occupation and continued to build illegal Jewish settlements.

I guess, British author George Orwell was correct when he wrote in his 1949 classic novel 1984 that “War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery and Ignorance is Strength.””


2 responses to “Norway to honor two American Mass Murderers

  1. The Nobel Peace Committee is NOT under control of Swedish government, but of the (private) Swedish Nobel Foundation. The Swedesh prime minister Kjell Stefan Löfven has no responsibility under his country’s constitution to arrest and prosecute these two American criminals for their crimes against humanity. Kissinger´s visit to Oslo (Norway) is governed by Norwegian criminal law and the Norwegian Universal jurisdiction rules.

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