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Satirical Contrivance | The Hypocrisy of the Nobel Peace Prize Selection Committee's Decision to Award Said Merit of Distinction to Barack Hussein Obama

Written By Michael Reign on Friday, March 18, 2016 | 10:23 PM


The following cinematic feature, which aired on March 18th of 2016 during the course of a live syndicated news telecast on tv.infowars.com, exists as a hypothetically contrived foray into the satirical realm where, as in 2009, on the first instance of Obama having received this proverbial badge of honorˡ, the acting POTUS (President of the United States) is given a second Nobel Laureate in recognition of the following:

995,000 - Conservative estimate regarding the number of casualties - both in regard to the civilian population of the surrounding area, as well as those directly involved in tactical military weapons offensives - that are the direct and indirect result of the Obama Administration’s foreign policy objectives.

Since Obama’s Inauguration as the 44th President of the United States:

Afghanistan

1,700 military service personnel killed in the line of duty
17,000 wounded

Iraq 

375,000 civilian and U.S. military casualties

Libyan Civil War

18,000 to 30,000 estimated fatalities

Syrian Civil War

250,000 to 400,000 deaths

Unmanned Aerial Reconnaissance Vehicle/ Autonomous Weapons Systems (Drone) Fatalities

Total Reported Casualties: 3,924 - 5,004
Civilian Deaths: 959 - 1,216
Children and Infant Mortalities: 204 - 296
Total Reported Injured: 1,142 - 1,466

NOTE - Beginning on February 19th of 2014, the Obama Administration refused to release any information regarding the controversy surrounding the use of drones in the execution of American citizens.


ˡ A course of action that was later rued by the Nobel Peace Prize Selection Committee, specifically by recently deposed chairman Thorbjørn Jagland who would later publicly request that the award be returned to the organization by the President in lieu of the administration’s 2011 foreign policy strategy in Libya (a nation that, since Muammar Gaddafi’s ouster as Prime Minister on October 20th of that same year, has become a haven for sectarian violence, interreligious conflict, and the wholesale slaughter of the region's indigenous population) as well as the decision to renege on a prior commitment to withdraw U.S. military contingents from Afghanistan.
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