Awarder’s remorse?

Lots of hay was made when Obama/Soetoro won the Nobel Peace Prize.  Now it comes out in alternative media that one person on the Nobel committee in a new book regrets giving out the award, which went to deserved people like Martin Luther King, Ghandi, Mother Teresa and Malala Yousafzai.

Geil Lundestad, director at the institute for 25 years, said in his just-published memoir that he and the committee had unanimously decided to grant the award to Mr. Obama just after his election in 2009 more in hopes of aiding the American president to achieve his goals on nuclear disarmament, rather than in recognition of what Mr. Obama had already accomplished” the Washington Times said.

Lundestad went on to say even some of his supporters, mainly Hollywood and Wall Street and mega bankers, “thought the prize was a mistake.”

To quote a song by Johnny Mathis and Deniece Williams from 1978…Too Much, Too Little, Too Late!

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