Susanne Posel, Contributor
Valdimir Zhirinovsky, Russian Liberal Party leader wants US President Barack Obama stripped of his Nobel Peace Prize (NPP). In 2009, Obama was given the prestigious award because of his work on nuclear non-proliferation.
How is it possible that a Nobel Peace Prize winner leads a gang to attack and invade? This is not a defense of human rights or self-determination.
Other commentators were more frank:
Obama gives speeches trashing his own country and for that gets a prize, which is now worth as much as whatever prizes they are putting in Cracker Jacks these days.
Guenther Oettinger, leader of the German state of Baden-Wuerttemberg, told Bloomberg that the NPP is given “at the end” of a persons’ achievements, not the beginning.
Since Obama’s election in 2008, he has turned from the commander-in-chief to the “ drone warrior-in-chief ,” as the shredding of the US Constitution by his administration paved the way for draconian legislation, use of torture and murdering of Americans without due process.
Obama has created a kill list in which he made himself judge, jury and executioner with unmanned drones to carry out his tyrannical orders. John Brennan was promoted from counter-terrorism advisor to “assassination Czar” last month. Between the two of them, they decide who lives and dies by simply placing a name on a target list for the US military and CIA that defines who are terrorists and who are not.
The use of drones within American skies has also increased as Obama incrementally turns our Free Republic into a Police State that was conceived of by Orwell in his book 1984.
Global leaders have denounced the award of the NPP to Obama; regarding the summation that he has “worked toward efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples” was a premature assumption within the first few months of his presidency. Since then, Obama’s actions do not reflect that of a peacemaker, but rather a self-proclaimed dictator within the US domestic borders, and a violent usurper abroad.