…at last!. Wich is good because peace and literature awards are too much prone to political considerations and pressures; also political correctness criteria is too often present in the concessions of these prizes; after all, literature and peace are more subjective matters than medicine or mathematics, for instance.
2014 Nobel prize is for Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi.
Malala, the pakistani girl, is well known for her defense of the women and girls right to access school and education, right that, Malala says, sould be the same of what men and boys already have in Pakistan. This almost single handed campaign was done in her own country, Pakistan, wich is, of course, a muslim country; women’s rights in the Islamic “culture” simply don’t exist, and Malala’s defense of those rights ended by Malala being shot at the head by islamics extremists. By a miracle she is alive and well. She is only 17 (seventeen) years old and shares the Nobel Price with:
Kailash Satyarthi, who is from India, and is an international activist of child’s rights, famous specialy for his work against child’s labour. Member of several international human and children’s right associations, he has many awards and prizes related to those issues. But he Works mostly against children’s labour, a crime and a real problem in India and Bangladesh, and in other third world countrys such as the socialist and bolivarian Plurinational State of Bolivia, that recently legalized childrens labour; from now on, in the socialist Bolivia, thanks to its “exotic and picturesque” president(sic) the infamous Evo Morales, the crime of children’s labour is officialy legal.
So, the politically correct thing, for the leftist and “progressive” idiots of the occidental countrys, is to worship Islam, Communism, and lately, bolivarianism; of course all of this makes the concession of this year Peace Nobel Prize all the more well deserved to the prize winners, and a very gallant gesture from the Nobel Organization.
The official motivation of this 2014 prize is, literally: “for their struggle against the supression of children and young people and for the right of all children to education.”; which is a very “diplomatic” way to put it, but no need to anger the islamic and/or bolivarian primitive people more than what is necessary; it’s OK to be gallant, but no need to be a kamikaze.
A FAIR AND WELL DESERVED AWARD, CONGRATULATIONS TO BOTH WINNERS!