As 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 at 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 10 years.
As reported by the Washington Free Beacon’s (WFB) Adam Kredo on October 1, 2015, numerous Washington, DC insiders and Middle East watchers speaking on grounds of anonymity have all but admitted that the American Secretary of State John Kerry and the Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif are among the front runners in the soon to be announced winners of Norway’s Nobel Peace Prize. Kredo cited the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute who’ve openly lobbied for Kerry-Zarif be jointly awarded the prize.
The WFB’s reporter also noted that the buzz surrounding Kerry-Zarif is on the heels of recent favorable press from such news services as The Washington Post and Great Britain’s The Telegraph just this past summer. As noted, the press has been describing the personal relationship between the two as based on “warmth” and “comfort.”
In the meantime there has been bi-partisan Congressional rejection of the Obama Administration’s nuclear deal with Iran. Both Republicans and Democrats in the Legislative Branch have condemned the scheme as having weak built-in investigatory authority as well as all but ensuring Tehran’s ayatollahs and mullahs have…
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