Are You Kidding? BLM is Nominated for the Nobel Peace PrizeFebruary 6, 2021 | by Eriс
“War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength.”
George Orwell, 1984
Another sign of the precarious times we live in.
“Black Lives Matter” movement has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. Norwegian politician representing the Socialist Left party in parliament wants the BLM racist goons recognized for their battle against racism. One Petter Eide, makes a case for BLM “as the strongest global force against racial injustice, (to) send a powerful message that peace is founded on equality, solidarity and human rights”.
The right words, the wrong nominee, the wrong cause and effect.
Ugly racists of the Marxist slant who fan the flames of racial intolerance and sow destruction in our society are suddenly the saviors of our freedoms and human rights. Can anyone twist this any further? It is hard to imagine that they can.
This was not done in jest, like it happened in 1939, when an antifascist member of the Swedish parliament Erik Gottfrid Christian Brandt nominated German dictator Adolf Hitler. That nomination was cancelled; no prize was awarded in 1939 to anyone for peace.
Let’s look at it this way: every war eventually leads to peace, right? Every looted store enriches some people who took what they can grab before running away, no? If you are assaulted while walking, next time stay home and make our streets safer, agree? Every burned down building will eventually be rebuilt, giving income to construction workers. The most beautiful flowers often grow in ashes. A simple conclusion: BLM and its followers known for assaults, looting and burning are contributing to peace and making our lives better. Did we make a solid case for them or what? Think we just did, and you can take that to the bank.
A Nobel nomination by a leftist brainless malicious politician makes him an instant celebrity. He wanted to see his name in the limelight of press coverage. He succeeded. Good for him, bad for us. It gives the un-cool (actually cooling down) BLM a coverage it desperately needs on the front pages. Finally they are talking about them, since they have fulfilled their role and have been used-condoms discarded unceremoniously by their Democratic Party handlers. You don’t hear much about them, but they are out there for certain, waiting for the right opportunity to step onto political stage again.
We suppose Nobel Peace Prize Committee gets plenty of nominations every year for all sorts of reasons. They have a tough job weeding out frivolous applications or unbecoming nominees. Certainly they will give their utmost attention to BLM and the “wonderful” aspirations they represent. The Committee has the right to select any entity they wish, of course. But if BLM is ever elected to this exclusive, elite club, we shall always keep in mind that Nobel Peace Prize is neither noble nor stands for peace; or that it is even a prize. We can collectively do that, can we? There is nothing wrong to desire that a gang wanting to divide and destroy this nation will be un-fondly remembered together with those who award them legitimacy.