Pakistani teen, Indian activist win Nobel Peace Prize

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    This.

    Multiple war criminals have won, Kissenger and Obama included.
     
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    [​IMG]

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nobel_Prize
    hope the winners are able to use the funds for their causes.
     
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    Bull. I guess being a War Criminal is all in the eyes of the beholder. My opinion, I won't derail this thread by debating this difference in opinion.
     
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    You have a fundamental failure to understand the meaning of "peace". It is not the lack of war per se, it is the persistent ability of corporations to exploit and sodomize the masses in their pursuit of economic growth and ever greater profits. War gets in their way, to some extent, but what Obama is doing is not war, it is proper enforcement of the "peace". As long as the major avenues of commerce are not under assault, we are at "peace", sometimes a little extreme violence is needed to keep them open and safe.
     
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    Malala Yousafzai probably should have won last year, but better late than never.

    Don't know much about Kailash Satyarthi, will have to read into him more.
     
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    Well to be fair, in Obama's case it's part of the job.
     
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    Did Clinton wage war & acted like a war monger when he was in?
     
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    Well, does blowing up milk formula production sites count?
     
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    Tangled webs, oft get woven...

    As always, it depends on who's doing the counting. Officially, I don't think anyone has bothered to even acknowledge it was a "whoops-a-daisy," have they?
     
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    A great whoops-a-daisy moment:

    http://youtu.be/0IXwmlkriqc
     
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    Economic warfare still had pretty much the same results.

    Sanctions took the Iraqi economy to 20% of where it was functioning, which led directly the deaths half a million children


    Keep in mind that actions that knowingly and directly lead to the deaths of civilians is considered a war crime internationally.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R0WDCYcUJ4o

    Albright said at the time that it was worth it....

    ****ing monsters. :mad:
     

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