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Nobel Peace Prize: “Smidgen of Credit” for Obama?

The 2013 Nobel Peace Prize and the argument in favor of Obama According to David Corn of Mother Jones, President Obama may have deserved “a smidgen of credit” for the Nobel Peace Prize that was handed out nearly two weeks ago. For 2013, the Nobel Peace Prize was given to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) which was created to enforce the UN Chemical Weapons Convention that… Read More »

World War 3 Around the Corner

Pending US military action in Syria to set the world on fire (World War 3) President Obama has announced that he intends on executing a military strike against Syria on Saturday. The strike is claimed to be in response to a nerve gas attack near Damascus that killed hundreds of children, and left up to a total of 1,300 people dead, where the Syrian government is alleged to have executed… Read More »

Criminalization; Form of Cultural Warfare

Criminalization is a tool of the oppressors To “criminalize,” according to the dictionary, means “to make illegal : outlaw; also : to turn into a criminal or treat as criminal — crim·i·nal·i·za·tion noun.”  Criminalization certainly goes much deeper than it’s basic definition; it goes to the heart of societies and what they stand for. A “Society,” on a macro-level, is shaped by its laws, and those who legislate, Judge, execute, and… Read More »