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FOR MANY YEARS I’ve been troubled by the recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize. It seems to me that you had a head start by having the blood of thousands on your hands. Think Kissinger, Begin, Arafat . . . and not forgetting President Obomber herself  himself. Following a period of profound reflection,…
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EDITOR’S NOTE: The Nobel chairman for the last fifteen years, Marcus Storch (whose father was the head of the Swedish branch of the World Jewish Congress), has been replaced by a Swede in 2014. And — surprise, surprise — there is no Nobel laureate of Jewish descent this year. As the…
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by Jan C Biro MD., PhD
Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden
Homulus Foundation, Los Angeles, CA, USA. SUMMARY ALFRED NOBEL’S WILL (the founding document of the prestigious Nobel Prize) requests “…that in awarding the prizes no consideration be given to the nationality of the candidates, but…
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