Skip to comments.Young Pakistani Activist Nominated for Nobel Prize
Posted on 02/09/2013 2:56:28 PM PST by Eleutheria5
Malala Yousufzai, the 15-year-old Pakistani activist who was the target of an assassination attempt by the Taliban in 2012 has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize by three members of the Norwegian parliament from the ruling Labor Party.
Yousufzai is a vocal advocate for women's education and rights. She was shot in the head by Taliban terrorists but survived...
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Because Obama was too busy this year keeping Guantanamo going and giving all those drone kill-orders.
But he already got his prize. Couldn’t they pick A’jad or Morsi?
One year they picked some African woman who planted a bunch of trees.
Well, the Most Excellent, the One, the Lord Obama, just HAS to have multiple everything. IT IS EXPECTED!
They could have picked Rachel Corrie for getting run over by a bulldozer. That kid only got shot in the head, and Corrie bit the big one. Why not pick her would-be assassin for his bad aim? He could say that he just didn’t have the heart to kill her until her boobs were fully developed, and that would count as saving a little kid from a death squad. They could have picked some Arab Spring bozo. They might have picked a Syrian opposition leader; that would be naive and premature at the same time. Win/win.
No! No! No! No! No!
What about Hillary! ?
What about Sandra Fluke?
What about Tawana Brawley?
The Nobel Peace Prize is too political!
How can she win a peace prize when her actions incite violence?
I think this young woman deserves SOME prize, but her actions have not advanced the cause of peace (since the only thing that would do that in that region would be for her to shut up!).
Perhaps they need to institute a Nobel Freedom Prize instead. That would do nicely for her!
How could I forget Tawana Brawly? Please forgive my racism!
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