Nobel Peace Prize 2023: Another Deliberate Betrayal of Nobel and World Peace
NOBEL LAUREATES, 9 Oct 2023
Nobel Peace Prize Watch
6 Oct 2023 – Norwegian politicians are right in recognizing Narges Mohammadi for her courage and support and the suppression of women in Iran is intolerable, but the Nobel Committee once again betrays the people of the world. Nothing could better serve Nobel´s “a better life for mankind” and improve human rights, reduce pollution, poverty and risk of nuclear annihilation than to realize his vision of global peace. A co-operation among all nations for peace and a just world order was what Nobel wished the prize to support, says Fredrik S. Heffermehl, a Norwegian author and expert on the peace prize, in a comment to the 2023 Nobel Peace Prize.
The Norwegian award committee has persistently ignored Heffermehl´s research and his many demands that it must respect its primary obligation which was to formulate and publish the peace idea of the will and use every selection of winners to promote the new world peace order that Nobel had in mind. Norwegian politicians and their Nobel committee continues to promote the ideas they would like Alfred Nobel to have had, they are unwilling to heed the evidence of what he actually intended by the expressions in his will on a community of nations, abolition of armies and peace congresses. The Nobel chair, Berit Reiss-Andersen, is a very competent lawyer and her failed respect for elementary rules of law is pronounced. The conclusion that she deliberately ignores the law, seems inescapable.
Tomas Magnusson – www.fredsinitiativ.se
Tags: Corruption, Nobel Peace Prize, Nobel's Will
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