EDITION : English/Korean


Donald Trump Receives The Nobel Peace Prize Nomination For His 'Peace Through Strength' Ideology

by Dalal Nasif / Feb 04, 2016 02:43 PM EST
Donald Trump is seen as a peace-seeking individual by the U.S. citizen who nominated him for the Nobel Peace Prize. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Donald Trump is elevating himself to the levels of peace enthusiasts as he was given a nomination for the coveted Nobel Peace Prize. The Republican frontrunner is known for his extreme dislike towards the Muslims and campaign to oust them from the United States.

The nominator is said to have come from the U.S. but the person's identity has been kept a secret by the Nobel watcher and director of the Peace Research Institute of Oslo, Kristian Berg Harpviken, who said he was "committed to not reveal the nominator's name."

The reason for the nomination states that Trump deserves the Nobel award for "his vigorous peace through strength ideology, used as a threat weapon of deterrence against radical Islam, ISIS, nuclear Iran and Communist China."

During one of his campaigns, Trump demonstrated his ideology by forcing a Muslim woman attendee to get out of the room. He also made brave comments and vowed to "bomb the sh*t out of ISIS," and even planned to impose a strict tariff rule on the Chinese traders, as reported by CNN News.

Trump was mocked for his extreme level of patriotic remarks about immigrants in the U.S. He even pledged to build a "big beautiful wall" between the US and Mexico.

Independent wrote that thousands of people are qualified to submit nominations for the said award. The committee handling the Nobel usually receives more than 200 nominations, according to the Associated Press.

The other nominees include the Greek island groups helping Syrian refugees, an escaped ISIS sex slave turned women's rights activist, the negotiators who ended five decades of civil war in Colombia and National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden.

Some of the previous recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize listed Martin Luther King Jr., the Red Cross and U.S. President Barack Obama.

On a side note, Trump was once again been denied to use other artists' songs in his campaigns. Adele was the latest artist to express her disapproval of using her songs in campaigns. The controversial politician was revealed to be a big fan of Adele and even went to one of her concerts. He has been playing her hit tracks "Rolling in the Deep" and "Skyfall" during his rallies.

Like us and Follow us
© 2024 Korea Portal, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.

Editor's Pick

BLACKPINK Rosé Hinted Group’s Contract Renewal


May 18, 2023 PM EDT - Serena Martinez

IU’s Agency Releases Statement on Plagiarism Accusations


May 12, 2023 AM EDT - Serena Martinez

BTS Member RM Posts a Personal Update to Fans

RM from BTS

May 08, 2023 AM EDT - Serena Martinez

Connect with us : facebook twitter google rss

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Don't Miss

Real Time Analytics