Boy! The angry emails were flying when President O’Bomba was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize on the 10th December 2009 but, surely people like Paul Craig Roberts were overreacting when they wrote articles entitled Warmonger Wins Peace Prize, right? (1)

Isn’t it admirable that: Alfred Nobel was a “scientist, inventor, entrepreneur, author and pacifist?” (2)

But perhaps it’s also important to note that he was also: “… a Swedish chemist, engineer, innovator, armaments manufacturer and the inventor of dynamite. He owned Bofors, a major armaments manufacturer, which he had redirected from its previous role as an iron and steel mill.” (3)

Oh! Really!

“During the last decade of his life, Alfred Nobel came to engage himself in the development and exploitation of different weapons technology inventions, for instance rockets, cannons and progressive powder.”


So actually, our old mate Alfie Nobel created the Nobel Peace Prize after he had already made the equivalent of hundreds of millions of dollars inventing, manufacturing and selling weapons of mass destruction!

For such a brilliant inventor, he said some remarkably foolish things as he did in 1891 when he commented on his dynamite factories by saying:

“Perhaps my factories will put an end to war sooner than your congresses: on the day that two army corps can mutually annihilate each other in a second, all civilised nations will surely recoil with horror and disband their troops.” (3)

And that obviously worked out just as he had thought, eh?

How many millions of innocent people have been killed with those ‘Nobel’ kinds of weapons in the last 124 years?

When Alfred Nobel’s brother died, a French newspaper made a mistake in writing the obituary of Alfred Nobel – instead of is brother – and condemned him for his invention of dynamite.

“The Merchant of Death is Dead”

The obituary stated: “Le marchand de la mort est mort” which means “The merchant of death is dead” and went on to say, “Dr. Alfred Nobel, who became rich by finding ways to kill more people faster than ever before, died yesterday.”

Alfred Nobel was fortunate to have enjoyed a peaceful life however many of the products he invented and manufactured were not designed for peace, they were designed to kill lots of people, most of whom also wanted to enjoy peaceful lives.

Nominations for potential winners of the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize ended on the 1st February 2009 and since the president took office only 12 days earlier on January 20, he could only have won this prize for his work before becoming president and for the first 12 days of his presidency…

A remarkable achievement!

The USA Is “Freeing” People To Death In Nearly 70% Of The Recognized Countries Worldwide!

In 2015, according to Special Operations Command spokesman Ken McGraw, U.S. Special Operations forces deployed to a record-shattering 147 countries — 75% of the nations on the planet, which represents a jump of 145% since the waning days of the Bush administration. On any day of the year, in fact, America’s most elite troops can be found in 70 to 90 nations.(5)

“In the last decade, Green Berets have deployed into 135 of the 195 recognized countries in the world. Successes in Afghanistan, Iraq, Trans-Sahel Africa, the Philippines, the Andean Ridge, the Caribbean, and Central America have resulted in an increasing demand for [Special Forces] around the globe,” reads a statement on the website of U.S. Army Special Forces Command….(5)

Although President O’Bomba and his family have also enjoyed a peaceful life, the ‘hope’ that people had for any kind of a ‘change’ has clearly evaporated and, his actions abroad have so far only led to more people being slaughtered.

So having been responsible for the killing of a few million more totally innocent brown people in the last five years since being awarded the Nobel ‘Peace’ Prize, some might say that President O’Bomba really does deserve the prize created by a man who invented, manufactured and sold so many weapons of mass destruction!


George Carlin on American Foreign Policy – Bombing Brown People

Written by Scott Oliver, author of 1: How To Buy Costa Rica Real Estate Without Losing Your Camisa, 2: Costa Rica’s Guide To Making Money Offshore and 3. ¿Cómo Comprar Bienes Raíces en Costa Rica, Sin Perder Su Camisa?

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