Skip to comments.Anti-nuclear campaign group wins 2017 Nobel Peace Prize
Posted on 10/06/2017 12:09:22 PM PDT by Innovative
A campaign group seeking a global ban on nuclear arms won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday, given the award by a Nobel Committee that cited the spread of weapons to North Korea and said the risk was growing of nuclear war.
The award to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) was unexpected, particularly in a year when the architects of the 2015 nuclear deal between world powers and Iran had been seen as favorites for achieving the sort of diplomatic breakthrough that has won the prize in the past.
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they wont because libs are hypocrites
Wouldn’t wipe my ass with a Nobel Peace Prize.
you mean the same committee who voted obama and al gore for the same prize?
So much for the Nobel Peace Prize rewarding ACTUAL peace, now it’s just about slideshows & lectures.
Propping up front groups “peace” is nothing new for the Left.
ICAN,, UCAN, WEALLCAN..
Nobel would blow his top if he saw the waste he had wrought on the world and how so many had exploited his efforts for political ends.
NK should have won it...with the credibility of the Nobel “peace” prize.
OK, I stated war is bad. Where is my nobel prize?
Whenever people tell me to visualize a world without nuclear weapons I tell them I don’t have to. I just need to read a history of World War I.
Let’s face it.
They could have done worse..
Wouldnt wipe my ass with a Nobel Peace Prize.
It’s not the Nobel Prizes ,it’s the Idiots that give them out to friends
Wouldnt wipe my dogs ass with a Nobel Peace Prize.
That Jin has been out of the bottle for over 70 years.
Tell it to Little Rocket Man and the mucking Fullahs.
I guesd neville chamberlain was not available.
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