Friday, October 12, 2012

Has the Nobel Prize Become an Elitist Tool?

Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf's interest in hosting in Liberia a base for the United States Africa Command (AFRICOM) appears to have had more to do with protecting the George Soros and Rothschild mining operations in West Africa than in championing stability and human rights, reports

The report indicates that "for the sole purpose of protecting Soros and Rothschild mining operations in West Africa, President Johnson-Sirleaf and her friend Leymah Gbowee received the 2011 Nobel Peace prize (gold medals) to help the Rothschild/Soros team control all the gold metal," adding, "A little gold for all the gold."

In light of the awarding today of the Nobel Peace prize to the bankster construct, the European Union, it fascinating that wrote, last year, in its report:
As with so many international constructs that started out with good intentions, the Norwegian Nobel Committee, like the International Olympic Committee, has become contrivances for global corporations. It is now clear that the decision by the Nobel committee to award the Nobel Peace Prize to two Liberian women, along with a female Yemeni human rights campaigner, was to engage in a bit of influence-peddling in mineral resource-rich West Africa while also attempting to recognize the "Arab Spring" democracy movement... While the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to Yemeni human rights activist seems appropriate, considering the work she has done to oust Yemen's brutal dictator Ali Abdullah Saleh from power, the awarding of the Peace Prize gold medals to Liberian President Johnson-Sirleaf and Liberian human rights activist Leymah Gbowee, just before the Liberian presidential election in 2011, appears to be a blatant act of trying to influence the outcome of the election and rewarding the Liberian leader for her support for the U.S. Africa Command.


  1. I liked the comment "At least when Obama was given the Peace Prize he hadn't failed yet."

  2. Yes. Until they revoke Obama's prize, the peace prize is a farce.

    The prize in economics has always been a farce, never being established by Nobel but rather by a central bank.