Nobel Prize becomes the Soros Prize

Alfred Nobel spins in his grave. After scientists claimed a direct connection between global warming and human carbon dioxide emission, Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to scientists. The Nobel Prize in Literature, however, went to an unknown Tanzanian writer, Abdulrazak Gurnah. His main qualifications were being a Muslim-African POC that criticizes colonialism, even though he lives in London. Once again, Nobel Committee members ruled out more famous candidates, such as Salman Rushdie (pictured above), Margaret Atwood (pictured below), Michel Houllebecq, Milan Kundera, and Thomas Pynchon.

Two activists were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize today, Maria Ressa from Rappler in the Philippines and Dmitry Muratov, Novaya Gazeta, Russia.

Rappler is a Philippine website that frequently attacks conservative Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, and is funded by the Omidyar Network (2018: $1.5 million) and Soros-funded North Base Media, co-founded by Soros veteran Saša Vučinić. Manila Times called Rappler “part of a network to advance US interests in the globe, under the guise of spreading democratic principles.”

Novaya Gazeta (an opposition Russian newspaper) is frequently critical about Russian President Vladimir Putin. “Novaya Gazeta confirmed that it benefited from funding by charities established by the US billionaire philanthropist George Soros”, The Guardian writes.

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In his lifetime, arms maker and Dynamite inventor Alfred Nobel was known as the “merchant of death”, and therefore resolved to use his fortune for charity. It seems that the Nobel Foundation has come full circle in funding Soros’s destruction and chaos.