Exciting news (insert sarcasm her) came out over the weekend that the Black Lives Matter movement was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
The prize is awarded annually to those who have “done the most or the best work for fraternity between nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses.”
Poor Antifa. How deflated they must feel that they’ve received no recognition for their efforts.
Norwegian Parliament Member and a member of Norway’s Socialist Left Party, Petter Eide, nominated BLM for the award. He calls the BLM terrorist movement “very important worldwide to fight racial injustice” and says they have raised “global awareness and consciousness about racial injustice.”
In response to the nomination, BLM Tweeted, “We hold the largest social movement in global history. Today, we have been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. People are waking up to our global call: for racial justice and an end to economic injustice, environmental racism and white supremacy. We’re only getting started.”
There are just SO many peaceful and Nobel Peace Prize-worthy things that BLM has done over the past year or so that I am wondering which event of theirs put them over the top for the nomination.
Which of their acts of peace was BLM singled out for? There are just so many…
Was it their chanting during a “protest” in New York City in November 2020 where they yelled at police “Fascist f*cks, your lives don’t matter.” Their protest later turned violent (shocking) and the police ordered them off of the street.
Or maybe they’ll win the peace prize for their November march in DC where they yelled “Burn it Down” near the White House. They yelled “What do we want? Justice” which was followed by “If we don’ get it – burn it down.”
Maybe they’re nominated for the peace prize because of their assault on a deputized Portland Police Officer on October 6, 2020 after ramming the pointed end of an umbrella in the chest of an officer during a riot.
Many projectiles were thrown at law enforcement that day at officers who were protecting the ICE facility in Southwest Portland. Someone even launched a flaming object onto the building’s roof.
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The first thing that comes to mind when I hear about something like this is, “Wow, I sure hope someone nominates these people for a Nobel Peace Prize.”
Maybe the potential peace price nominees are being recognized for ambushing and shooting two LA County police officers in September of 2020. After the shooting, some of their friends showed up at the entrance to the hospital room yelling “we hope they die.”
Isn’t that just precious behavior that we should recognize for a peace prize? Apparently Eide thinks so.
Maybe the BLM’s peaceful activities of attacking elderly drivers and bashing in the skull of a man who came to their rescue is what was found to be overly impressive and worthy of a peace prize.
Or was it the the killing of black retired police officer Davd Dorn, black Louisville BBQ owner, black federal officer Patrick Underwood and countless others by Black Lives Matter that is worthy of a peace prize?
I seriously could go on and on for hours with stories like these. I collected these stories whenever the BLM and Antifa terrorists attacked and killed people in case these stories disappear from a Google search someday (and we all know they will). I have a collection of more than 80 events of BLM violence just in September and October 2020.
The BLM movement is nothing but an evil and vicious violent movement that doesn’t care about the lives of black police, black Trump supporters or any other black person who is in the wrong place at the wrong time, whether they are teenagers or the elderly.
BLM is in good company with other Nobel Peace Prize nominees. Other nominees for the award include Adolph Hitler, Benito Mussolini and Joseph Stalin. Stalin was nominated twice.
And we all know about former President Barack Obama winning the prize for doing absolutely nothing.
Guess who doesn’t have a Nobel Peace prize? Mahatma Gandi.
Eide, who was the one who nominated the BLM movement for the Nobel Peace Prize, disgustingly and ignorantly said, “Studies have shown that most of the demonstrations organized by Black Lives Matter have been peaceful. Of course there have been incidents, but most of them have been caused by the activities of either the police or counter-protestors.”
Tell that to David Dorn’s widow.