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Who President Trump should dedicate his Nobel Peace Prize to

Yeah, I know I’m ahead of the power curve on this one, but I think our president is a shoe-in for the next Nobel Peace Prize.

I’m also of the opinion that in light of the Nobel’s recent history, President Trump very well may consider the Nobel medallion itself little more than a glorified doorstop.

As we all remember, the Nobel committee selected Barack Obama as the 2009 recipient. And Obama’s qualifications? Well, he wasn’t George W. Bush… and that’s all those pussy Europeans considered important.

Anyhow, I think our president should accept when he wins the Norwegian honorific for his efforts to evade World War III on the Korean Peninsula.

Upon his acceptance, I certainly would consider it as Trump’s crowning glory if he were to accept in the name of our fellow American citizens in the Mariana Islands chain, as well as Otto Warmbier.

As everyone remembers from last summer, North Korean government-controlled media specifically threatened the US territory of Guam with a nuclear strike.

As the reliably leftie Independent newspaper of London noted;

Alixes Scott, Miss Guam Universe 2013.

North Korea is reviewing plans to strike US military targets in Guam with its medium-range ballistic missiles to create “enveloping fire,” according to state media.

The governor of Guam, Eddie Baza Calvo, posted an address early Wednesday morning on YouTube, telling island residents not to worry.

“I know we woke up to media reports of North Korea’s talk of revenge on the United States and this so-called newfound technology that allows them to target Guam,” the governor said. “I’m working with Homeland Security, the rear admiral and United States to ensure our safety, and I want to reassure the people of Guam that currently there is no threat to our island or the Marianas.”

Directly north of the American territory on the Marianas chain is the United States Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas (CNMI).

No one takes a knee. The Little League team from the CNMI come to attention for our National Anthem.

While most State-Siders don’t even know that the Marianas Islands are 100 percent American, both Guam and the CNMI are a whole lost closer to Pyongyang than Washington, DC (2,000 miles vs nearly 13,000 miles, respectively).

As Gov. Calvo (R) informed the Commander-in-Chief that not only the residents of Guam, but also those in the CNMI know what it’s like to be “targeted”.

All Americans knew the feeling of being within range of NoKo ballistic missiles, but our fellow Americans on the Marianas probably wouldn’t even have enough warning time to even take cover.

It’s no small wonder that thousands of the Chamorro gathered at towns and villages up and down the chain to publicly recite the Rosary asking for celestial intervention.

A more than worthy co-recipient would be the late Otto Warmbier.

As the president noted post-summit, it was young Otto that the catalyst for the two leaders meeting in the first place. As reported by NBC News, Trump credited Warmbier untimely death for making the talks possible;

“Otto Warmbier is a very special person and he will be for a long time in my life. His parents are good friends of mine. I think without Otto, this would not have happened,” Trump told reporters at a Tuesday news conference in Singapore.

“Something happened from that day, was a terrible thing. It was brutal,” the president added. “But a lot of people started to focus on what was going on, including North Korea. I really think that Otto is someone who did not die in vain. He had a lot to do with us today.”

Warmbier’s parents, Fred and Cindy, issued a statement Tuesday, “We appreciate President Trump’s recent comments about our family. We are proud of Otto and miss him. Hopefully something positive can come from this.”

The summit, where Trump and Kim signed a joint statement agreeing to pursue the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, was held on the anniversary of Warmbier’s release.

Warmbier, a 22-year-old University of Virginia student from Ohio, was imprisoned in North Korea in March 2016 after he was arrested for taking a poster from a hotel he was staying in while on a tourist visit to Pyongyang and sentenced to 15 years of hard labor.

However, he was released by North Korea on “humanitarian grounds” in June 2017 and sent home in a coma, where doctors described his condition as “unresponsive wakefulness.” He died days later on June 19, and it is still not known what exactly killed him.

The president is quite popular on the islands.



Kim blinks, Trump punks him, Obama STILL doesn’t deserve Nobel Peace Prize

As just about the entire world already knows, President Donald Trump has accomplished something that Clinton, Dubya and Obama consistently failed at. Namely, breaking the Kim Dynasty and their grip on nuclear weapons.

But before I go any further, allow me to say… hey liberals, suck it.

With that out of the way, can you imagine just how pissed-off Democrats are?

Not only has The Donald bigly punked-out Lil’ Kim coming to the negotiations table, the North Korean despot will “refrain from any further nuclear or missile tests” according to Chung Eui-yong, South Korea’s national security director as reported by the San Diego Union-Tribune.

As the South Korean spy chief also noted, he delivered a signed letter personally signed by Kim. Shockingly enough, Kim admitted he “understood that the U.S.-South Korean joint military exercises that are scheduled for this spring ‘must continue.’”

Golly gee, ever get the feeling President Trump has his heel firmly clamped-down directly on Kim’s throat?

Yeah, he does. Yet again, I feel compelled to say, hey liberals, suck it.

In light of Trump’s steadfastness regarding the NoKo nuclear threat, the white-hot heat that burns deep in the hearts of members of the Jackass Party is something that just makes me so very, very happy.



And just to rub Democrat noses even harder in it, allow me to cite some of the text of Barack Obama’s citation 2009 Nobel Peace Prize; (emphasis mine)

The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided that the Nobel Peace Prize for 2009 is to be awarded to President Barack Obama for his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples. The Committee has attached special importance to Obama’s vision of and work for a world without nuclear weapons.

Dialogue and negotiations are preferred as instruments for resolving even the most difficult international conflicts. The vision of a world free from nuclear arms has powerfully stimulated disarmament and arms control negotiations. Thanks to Obama’s initiative, the USA is now playing a more constructive role in meeting the great climatic challenges the world is confronting. Democracy and human rights are to be strengthened.

Only very rarely has a person to the same extent as Obama captured the world’s attention and given its people hope for a better future. His diplomacy is founded in the concept that those who are to lead the world must do so on the basis of values and attitudes that are shared by the majority of the world’s population.

Like every head-to-head competition, Trump has proven that capitalists are the do-ers, while socialists like Obama may deliver snappy (and previously written) speeches, they rarely actually do anything.

Hey liberals, suck it.

BWAHAHAHAHAHA! *Gasp* BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA! *Snort* BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA! *Cough* BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA! *Wheeze* BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

John Kerry, Iran’s FM in the running as co-winners of Nobel Peace Prize

15680654859_187ece28cb_bAs the old adage goes; if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. In light of the word leaking out that the Nobel Institute may be regretting their 2009 choice of Barack Obama, the same sing-song truism just may be echoing off the walls in Oslo. And if the whispers in the corridors of power ring true, the duo being mentioned as co-awardees very well have essentially guaranteed that the Islamic Republic of Iran will be a member of the Nuclear Bomb Club within at least the next 10 years. Continue reading John Kerry, Iran’s FM in the running as co-winners of Nobel Peace Prize