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Global Anti-Nuclear Campaign Coalition Wins Nobel Peace Prize


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Global Anti-Nuclear Campaign Coalition Wins Nobel Peace Prize

Jessica Corbett, staff writer

The committee lauded the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons as "a driving force" in "efforts to stigmatize, prohibit, and eliminate nuclear weapons."

Ban the Bomb sign

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Continuing to demonstrate the irrelevance of the Nobel Peace Prize.

The nine nations with nuclear weapons—the United States, China, France, India, Israel, North Korea, Pakistan, Russia, and the United Kingdom—declined to endorse the treaty.

Somehow, this strikes me as being as meaningful as Obama receiving the Nobel Peace Prize shortly after his election for accomplishing nothing.


#3

I thought only Presidents who like to bomb other countries received this prize?


#4

Okay, the 9 evil nations who fail the People can be changed, in time, with the Will the the People!
Not all victories come in one day, some take place over time…we must Keep On!


#5

Right. And when the mice vote that the cat has to wear a bell, and the cat votes no, what then?