Reporter Asks Obama if Peace Prize Presents a “Dilemma” When Bombing Foreign Countries
2013 09 10

By JG Vibes | IntelliHub

While in Sweden Obama was asked if being a peace prize recipient presented a moral dilemma when starting wars in the middle east, Obama responded by admitting that he wasn’t worthy of the award

In recent weeks as the world has progressively crawled closer to the beginning of a larger war in Syria, Obama and other warmongers have been facing increasing resistance from the general public, both at home and abroad. Last week at the G20 summit it seemed that most of the politicians worldwide even opposed the US governments plan to attack Syria.

Obama has even been facing tough question from the rare reporter who is not afraid to ask one. In Sweden last week one reporter asked Obama if having a Nobel Peace Prize presented a moral dilemma when planning wars in foreign countries.

Obama responded by saying “I think I started the speech by saying that compared to previous recipients I was certainly unworthy.”

Which was about the only honest thing he said during the press conference.

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