When Nobel Peace Prize Goes to Warring President(s) and Discriminatory Human Rights, Peace Becomes Illusive Ignoring Ongoing True War Crimes!

 

Deepak Sarkar

(In PDF Format: www.kolki.com/peace/Nobel-Peace-Prize-Paper.pdf)

[Abstract: Among many peace prizes around the world Nobel Peace Prize1 is recognized as the most prestigious one. But we often forget as media deifies the winner(s) that prestige is a synonym of aristocracy and royalty which also sustain wars and Monarchies. This article will review the original intention of the peace prize as envisioned by Alfred Nobel2 in 1895 and its historical implications since then as world embraced WW I, WW II, wars in (Korea, Vietnam, Laos & Cambodia), Iraq-Iran war, NATO bombing in Yugoslavia as well as illegal US-Led invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan - killing, wounding, and displacing millions – destroying part of the civilization. It seems the peace prize has been used often to promote evangelical Christianism and feudal colonial Capitalism around the world by the Norwegian Monarchy established in 1905 which is an extension of Danish-British Monarchy with pride in Nordic Superiority3. It will also be evident that in some instances the prize even instigated violence in a country like Indonesia (East Timor4), Tibet5, and China while extending strong Monarchial support for Arming Israel with Nuclear capability - ignoring true Arms Control effort like SStrategic Arms Limitation Treaty. It can also be concluded that the conversion of Democratic United States of America to virtual Constitutional Monarchy started with awarding the prize to bullyish president Theodore Roosevelt, Spanish War Hero, in 1906, prior to WW I, and ended with 9/11/20016 making New York Mayor Rudolf Giuliani the Knight7, Vice-President Cheney the Monarch and demoting Presidency as a puppet domestic Prime Minister following military command. Awarding the prize to then newly elected inexperienced US-president Obama, who had no known contribution to world peace, rather supporting and extending illegal wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, could only emphasize the inhumane politics surrounding the secretive Norwegian committee. The political side of the Peace Prize became evident when it was awarded to Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo who had no known contribution to Peace, rather an opponent of guaranteed basic Human Rights for 1.2 Billion people of China. Finally, the prize honoured many for humanitarian reasons but ignored/punished system/people who eradicated hunger and homelessness with egalitarian vision.]

 

[Note: One should read this article keeping in mind that behind all rhetoric of Democracy8 most NATO countries are Constitutional Monarchs9, Vatican is Absolute Monarchy10, and USA is without a Central Election Commission with administrative authority guaranteeing fair election throughout the country enforcing standard election techniques, practices, and verification process!]

 

We must always cheer the goodwill toward good environment11 and peace, but the 2007 Nobel Peace Award to environment as well as 2009 Award to Warring President Obama is a direct slap for the true peace activists and peace loving leaders around the world who have been working fervently for achieving lasting world peace in a lawful and truthful global society! The Award once again ignored that aggressive military activities around the world are the main causes of global warming and pollution besides destruction of Earth and killings of sentient being. In fact, leaders who fought vehemently against all odds to stop US-led illegal Iraqi invasion12 must have been ideal candidates to respect peace13 and truth6.

 

Nobel Peace Prize - MGN OnlineVery few people probably know that Alfred Nobel made his fortune through Explosives (Dynamite14 & Ballistite15) Making Defense Industry and selling them to then Norwegian-Swedish16 military union, as well as countries including Germany, France, Belgium, Russia, and USA. But the intention to invest his vast financial empire for humanitarian causes was obvious from his will “The prize for peace was to be awarded to the person who shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity between nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding of peace congresses”. The prize was to be awarded “by a committee of five persons to be elected by the Norwegian Storting”.

 

Thus, apparently, the Nobel Peace Award as envisioned by Nobel was a true noble effort with good intention to demilitarize the world. But many times it was awarded to people or organizations which were unrelated to peace making the award counterproductive, even rewarding obvious real war criminals in few occasions while cleverly ignoring military occupations, dominations, and war crimes of allied nations (an extension of Norway-Sweden, now NATO) since its inception. It may even have been contributing to the advancement of Swiss17-English18-Nordic19 Cross20 which was obvious when allied victory tried to

Fig. Alfred Nobel

Fig. Red Cross Emblem

 

change the German flag resembling Cross21 twice in 1919 and 1948. The very first prize was given to the founder of Red Cross18 (Flag of England) and proponent of the Jewish State in Palestine supported by then Monarchial Union. Thus behind all humanitarian gestures Red Cross22 (The English Flag) can be seen as the allied military hospital in war zones to minimize allied casualty! In other words formation of International Red Cross prepared the world for endless wars for allied victory while establishing the symbol of crusades (Red Cross)23 in otherwise non-violent regions of the planet.

 

The most important incident that happened since Nobel’s death in 1896 was that Norway became Monarchy tied to Demark and England in 1905 severing union with Sweden.

 

Fig. British Flag

 

The 2nd most important thing happened was that Dee Beer24, the largest diamond factory, originally founded in South Africa by British Colonialist Ceceil Rhodes25, also became the largest dynamite factory in the world beginning 1903.

 

The 3rd most important thing happened was that The United States of America ended its isolationism26 and joined imperialism27 under Theodore Roosevelt28. The British Empire that ended with American Independence needed a sophisticated way to rebuild worldwide empire! Thus it can be seen that Norwegian King envisioned spread of British colonialism annexing the world under The United Kingdom of Israel (Church) carefully manipulating the Nobel peace prize along with Red Cross (Flag of England), related missionary NGOs29 and right groups30 supervised from Holy See of Vatican.

 

The very discriminative nature of the committee got exposed when they voted down Mohandas Gandhi31 who was nominated five times and the name made to the committee's short list three times. In 1948 the committee awarded no prize; it indicated that it had found "no suitable living candidate", a reference to Gandhi. It thus seems likely that he would have been awarded the prize if he had not been assassinated in January 1948. Still, the committee had had earlier opportunities to honour the man who, in hindsight, is generally seen as the leading spokesperson of

Fig. Mohandas Gandhi

 

non-violence in the 20th century. Under the statutes then in force, Gandhi could have been awarded even the 1948 prize, as seen by the posthumous prize awarded to Hammarskjöld in 1961. Even the 1963 prize could have been awarded to Gandhi instead of Red Cross (The English Flag) celebrating 100 years since inception in Switzerland32.

 

Henry Kissinger, who orchestrated the worst chemical weapon attacks33 in the villages of Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia, is an ideal example of the political side of the award.

 

In 1973 the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to US National Security Adviser and Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger34 and North Vietnamese leader and negotiator Le Duc Tho34 for the 1973 Paris agreement intended to bring about a cease-fire in the Vietnam War and a withdrawal of the American forces. This award is definitely the most

Fig. Henry Kissinger

 

controversial one in the history of the Nobel Peace Prize. Le Duc Tho declined the Peace Prize, the only person to have done so, since there was still no peace agreement. Kissinger did not come to Oslo to receive the prize in person and soon indicated he wanted to return it, but was told the statutes did not permit this; two of the committee members resigned after it had become known that there had been disagreement and that they had in fact been against the award. (They supported Brazilian archbishop Helder Camara, who received a Norwegian people's prize instead.) Public reaction to the prize, both in Norway and internationally, was largely negative.

 

In 1978, Egyptian President Mohamed Anwar al-Sadat35 and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin35 were honoured for the Camp David Agreement, which brought about a negotiated peace between Egypt and Israel. This agreement too, proved controversial. Only Begin came to Oslo to receive the award. Ironically, in 1981, he would order the Israeli military to bomb Baghdad nuclear power plant built by France. He also ordered the 1982 invasion and destruction of Lebanon contributing to notorious Sabla and Shatila massacre!

 

In 1983, Lech Walesa, a polish trade unionist, a devout Roman Catholic, was awarded the Nobel peace prize which cannot be equated to contributions that foster fraternity between nations and disarmament. It was a political prize sending a clear blow to communism which eventually dismantled the Soviet Block systems and helped NATO rise as a major military power reinvigorating the arms race and new pre-emptive wars in the world. 

 

In 1987 Oscar Arias Sánchez, Costa Rica's president, was honored for his leadership in having the five presidents of Central America sign a peace agreement for the area. This and 1978 awards could be seen as the intervention of the Norwegian Nobel Committee in conflicts where progress toward peace had definitely been made, but conflicts had been far from resolved. Although Arias promoted the idea of Central American Parliament he managed to keep Costa Rica out of it. Also his coming back to presidency in 2007 voiding constitutional amendment that forbade presidential reelection meant not so ‘Noble’!

 

Shimon Pares

In 1994, the Peace Prize was awarded to Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat36, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin36 and Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres36 for the Oslo Agreement, which brought about a mutual recognition and a framework for peace between the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and Israel. The three politicians had accomplished much, but they were still far from establishing a final peace between Israelis and Palestinians. The award resulted in one member leaving the committee, the leading spokesman in Norway for the Likud party in Israel. This was the third resignation in the history of the Norwegian Nobel Committee. To world citizens surprise peace prize winner Peres joined indicted war criminal Ariel Sharon37 for endless violence against the Palestinians disrespecting the Oslo agreement38!

 

Nobel Peace Prize and Discriminatory Human Rights

Thus it is obvious that the committee is a good example of partisan politics to advance evangelical (non-Semite Zionist) monarchial causes other than peace sometimes to divert attention from real peace related global issues. This was most obvious when the peace award went to revered Mother Teresa for her evangelical humanitarian work diverting US military actions against South Korean Democracy! As the world was celebrating Mother Teresa Carter administration approved South Korean plans to use military troops against pro-democracy demonstrations ten days before former General Chun Doo Hwan seized control of the country in a May 17, 1980, military coup, according to newly released U.S. government documents, to solidify US occupation of South Korea. Now imagine that ex-president Jimmy Carter was awarded the 2002 peace prize for humanitarian reason possibly to divert attention from 9/11 destruction, unknown detainees, and US invasion and destruction of Afghanistan39 without proof of conviction enacting many war crimes per Geneva Convention40. The list can go on.

 

The political side of the Peace Prize became evident when the 2010 prize was awarded to Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo who had no known contribution to Peace, rather an opponent of guaranteed basic Human Rights for 1.2 Billion people of China. NATO/US support for dissident like Xiaobo only exposes their fragile feudal democracy loyal to Constitutional Monarchy and Corporate Autocracy perpetuating humiliating unemployment, homelessness, crimes, inflation, and

Fig. Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo

 

cyclic recession, a mechanism that makes the private monopolists richer at the cost of chaos and sufferings in most parts of the world.

 

Nobel Peace Prize and Vatican’s Evangelical Ambition

With Swiss-Cross, English-Cross, Nordic-Cross, Red-Cross playing important role in the Nobel peace prize it won’t be out of context to analyze whether Papal Cross41 could gain grounds from the awarding of the peace prize, at least in few occasions!

Ironically for the secular world it would be seen that many of the peace prizes were awarded to Catholic Bishops who were not directly related with any peace activities but helped bringing in existing or newly formed countries under Papal Constituency, e.g.,

Fig. The Papal Cross in the Phoenix Park, Dublin

 

Poland, East Timor…..or avoid mass revolution and/or conversion to Islam of non-Christian countries around the world.  The peace prize award to Roman Catholic Bishop of East Timor, Carlos Belo4, can be seen as direct intervention from Vatican since he was a product and member of the Salesian Society29 who was appointed as the head of the East Timor Church against the choice of the Timorese priests. Within months of his consecration as Bishop which made him directly responsible to Pope he started campaigning for Independence leading to violence which eventually facilitated presence of massive evangelical Monarchial Australian Forces on the Island! To add more Papal spices the Salesian Society in agreement with Holy See42 chose him to be the new crusader in Mozambique – a former British colony as Rhodesia!

 

1946 prize to John R. Mott43 of Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA), 1947 prize to “Religious Society of Friends”44, 1952 prize to Albert Schweitzer45 for “Reverence for Life” depicting a Jesus who expected the imminent end of the world, 1958 prize to George Pire a Monk from  Pontifical International College Angelicum46 in Rome of Holy See, are notable mention.  Even the 1964 prize to Southern Baptist Christian minister Dr. Martin Luther King47, Jr. for American Civil Rights movement could be seen as evangelical since the movement would be a moot point without Euro-American Slavery Network; the prize definitely helped in suppressing the rise of Islamic black leader MalcolmX48 as the African American Uniter! The prize venerated many Gandhian Christian activists including Bishop Desmond Tutu49, Baptist Minister Dr. King50, Nelson Mandela51, yet managed to ignore the father of non-violence, Gandhi52 a Hindu!

 

Thus it is obvious that in a world full of heroes from all sects and religions Christian mission and missionaries were always preferred by the Norwegian Nobel committee even when the prize was awarded to few in the non-Christian parts of the world.

 

Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU)53: At the beginning, the peace prizes were mostly shared among European allied nations awarding leading personalities of the IPU eight Nobel Peace Prizes confirming local nature of the fraternity and disarmament:

  • 1901: Frédéric Passy (France)
  • 1902: Albert Gobat (Switzerland)
  • 1903: William Randal Cremer (United Kingdom)
  • 1908: Fredrik Bajer (Denmark)
  • 1909: August Marie Francois Beernaert (Belgium)
  • 1913: Henri La Fontaine (Belgium)
  • 1921: Christian Lange (Norway)
  • 1927: Ferdinand Buisson (France)

To summarize

Nobel Peace Committee is entirely Norwegian, under a government which is Constitutional Monarch and part of expansionist NATO54, an increasingly rich Northern state firmly attached to the West and with strong sympathies for Israel! That is why many peace prizes seemed to be an effort to divert US/NATO military atrocities after WWII defying their own War Crime laws set up via Geneva Convention and Nuremberg Trial55. Thus while the committee selected people for fighting hunger and homelessness ignored the countries and leaders who eradicated hunger and homelessness like in former Soviet Union, China and Cuba! Not to mention most of the prizes were initially shared among the League of Nations and its extension United Nations and NATO war helping hand Red Cross (Flag of England)! The 1990 peace prize went to Mikhail Gorbachev for dismantling guaranteed food, shelter, and education for Soviet Block citizens bringing back chaos, uncertainty, discriminations, and homelessness.  Similarly 1989 peace prize went to Dalai Lama who had no known contribution to any peace effort in any part of the world except being a Western Spokesperson56 for the Tibetans enjoying much egalitarian life under the Chinese system. The 2006 peace prize went to Mohammad Yunus57 of Bangladesh for his contribution in economics in forming ‘Gramin Bank – A Credit Source for the poor without collateral’ who should have been given the 2006 economics prize.  But surprisingly the 2006 prize in economics went to Edmund Phelps58 of Columbia University, a guardian for the beholder of Capitalism that requires unemployments to sustain low inflation.

 

Analysis of the sequence of events surrounding the Peace Prize Timeline

 

1. In 1863 Jean Henry Dunant59 founded Red Cross (The Flag of England) in Switzerland mainly to minimize Austrian military casualty; He also established the Palestine Colonial Company60 to assist Jews in making Aliyah (settling in Palestine). This is equivalent to forming slave trading company to send Africans to work in the newly colonized land

2.  In the same year, 1863, Alfred Nobel obtained the first patent on nitroglycerin (dynamite) an industrial explosive

3.  In 1877 Cecil Rhodes advocatediii establishing ‘Secret society of the elect’ so that the British Empire could re-annex the United States of America

4.  In 1896 – Nobel signed will for Nobel Prize in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Economics and Peace

5. In 1897 Theodor Herzl, Founder of Zionism, an Austrian Jew born to a prosperous, emancipated Budapest family, laid down foundation for Anti-Semite Activities (against Semites – the old world):

“It is essential that the sufferings of Jewsi. . . become worse. . . this will assist in realization of our plans. . . I have an excellent idea. . . I shall induce anti-Semites to liquidate Jewish wealth. . . The anti-Semites will assist us thereby in that they will strengthen the persecution and oppression of Jews. The anti-Semites shall be our best friends”. -- From Herzl's Diary

6. In 1897, Rabbi Gottheil attended the first Zionist Congress in Basle, Switzerland. He was the most prominent American to respond to Theodor Herzl's call

7. 1898 - Birth of Yellow Journalism61 in America supporting ‘State terrorism’ to justify wars for global invasions 

8. 1898 – America became imperialist embracing Internationalism ending founding fathers vision of Isolationism. 1906 peace prize62 to Spanish-American War General Theodore Roosevelt62 was an indirect invitation to America to join then imperial alliance which would be called later ‘League of Nations’!

 

Nobel Peace Prize and Spread of Colonialism

No one knows exactly what was going through Alfred Nobel’s mind when he was signing his will in Swedish-Norwegian Club in Paris especially giving the Peace Prize responsibility to the Norwegian and not Sweden. But it certainly helped in spreading colonialism and evangelism eluding disarmament while bringing world in firm grips of military industrial complex supervised by the Constitutional Monarchs promoting their shadow foreign policies implemented through secretive (non-accountable) powerful intelligence branches! The British-Nordic unconditional support to US-led ‘war on terror’, ignoring Rule-of-Law and Proof-of-Conviction, probably would have been the worst nightmare for Alfred Nobel considering his vision of ‘Fraternity among nations and rewards for disarmaments!  The 2009 prize to a warring country’s newly elected young President who is in charge of two illegal invasions and abusive Guantanamo Bay only encouraging justification of more US/NATO war power in ancient Afghanistan and parts of the world disrespecting fraternity and disarmament. 

 

Even in science awarding prizes to practical Physics, Chemistry and Biology led researchers more towards military needs of advanced warfare eventually leading to the Atomic Bombs and Biological Weapons. People still wonder why there were no Nobel Prizes in Mathematics and Theoretical Sciences! The answer may be that none of them help military activities directly although enlightening for universal vision.

 

Now to top everything with some more colonial spices, Switzerland has the same medieval crusading flag of England only inverted and its National Anthem63 still sung in British tune ‘God saves the Queen’! It is the major country in the world for secret bank deposits as well as house of most international institutes like World Health Organization, United Nations, Red Cross. The International Court of Justice64 is in Monarchial Hague, Netherlands.

 

Fig. The Nordic flags. From left to right respectively; the flag of Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and Denmark.

Fig. Flag of Switzerland

 

And all Nordic countries share the same crusading flag only in different colours as Nordic Cross19. Thus it can be concluded that the peace prize along with all the monarchial NGOs established from Developed Monarchies are very well coordinated and sophisticated efforts for perpetuating Monarchy and Colonialism, in its modern form, promoting evangelism and illusive anti-Semitism.

 

The best way to end this article is to quote Nobel Laureate Poet Rabindra Nath Tagore65 during his speech in USA in 1920, It was easier for us to speak out against the British Empire in England than in America.”66! It is to be noted that George Washington fought to end British colonialism67 in 1781 and Tagore’s speech was just after World War I when 2.5 million new Zionists joined America’s existing one million who already thought America was Zion69,70. While George Washington's farewell address68 was a stern warning against involvement in foreign wars, awarding of the 1906 peace prize to bullyish president71 Theodore Roosevelt dragged USA into WW I satisfying Royalist agenda70 and beginning American colonialism & imperialism.

 

Fig. Rabindranath Tagore, 1st Asian Nobel Laureate in literature from India

 

Most people on earth love peace which is the very basis of displaying everything best of human being through social and cultural evolution. But prestigious Nobel peace prize often have been the victim or tool of monarchial ambition against egalitarian coexistence valuing universal basic human rights72! 

 

Tagore rejected British Knighthood73, a crusading title7, which the former New York Mayor Rudolf Giuliani proudly embraced as the forbearer for the success of the 9/11/20016 domestic disaster transferring World Trade Center (WTC) ownership to Silverstein Properties and Westfield America74, making New York City Emergency Command Center75 on 23rd floor of adjacent 7 World Trade Center, assigning Securacom (Stratesec)(KuwAm Corporation)76 with ties to Bush family in charge of WTC6 security until 9/11, and overseeing the slowest recovery process in the most technologically advanced country on Earth.   

 

Finally, to pay our best tribute of respect to the visionary will of Alfred Nobel for “fraternity7 between nations and disarmament”, the peace prize should be administered from a country which is truly democratic voted by a world body containing peace activists and leaders who are also truly dedicated to brokering peace among nations using only diplomacy and universal vision.    

 

 

End Notes:

 

i.        In 1887 Nobel introduced another of his revolutionary inventions, which he called Ballistite. He mixed 40 percent of a lower nitrogen content, more soluble nitrocellulose, and 60 percent of nitroglycerin. Cut into flakes, this made an excellent propellant, and it continued in use for over 75 years. in a tough, plastic material that has a high water resistance and greater blasting power than ordinary dynamites. In 1887 Nobel introduced ballistite, one of the first nitroglycerin smokeless powders and a precursor of cordite.

 

ii.      It seems whenever Zionists mention “sufferings of the Jews” they mean everyone else as ancient diasporic Hebrews (the old world) except themselves. Ancient Hebrew was a culture, not a race, which can be traced back to Harappan civilization.

 

iii.    To and for the establishment, promotion and development of a Secret Society, the true aim and object whereof shall be for the extension of British rule throughout the world, the perfecting of a system of emigration from the United Kingdom, and of colonisation by British subjects of all lands where the means of livelihood are attainable by energy, labour and enterprise, and especially the occupation by British settlers of the entire Continent of Africa, the Holy Land, the Valley of the Euphrates, the Islands of Cyprus and Candia, the whole of South America, the Islands of the Pacific not heretofore possessed by Great Britain, the whole of the Malay Archipelago, the seaboard of China and Japan, the ultimate recovery of the United States of America as an integral part of the British Empire, the inauguration of a system of Colonial representation in the Imperial Parliament which may tend to weld together the disjointed members of the Empire …..”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Author: Deepak Sarkar, 844 Royal Oak Ave, Victoria, BC V8X 3T2, Canada;

E-Mail: Deepak.Sarkar@ieee.org; Tel: 250-412-2897; Poetry & Peace Web Site: www.kolki.com

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