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Postby Schnauzer » Sat Oct 08, 2016 5:58 pm

Venezuela honors Vladimir Putin with Hugo Chavez peace prize

Published October 08, 2016

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Venezuela's socialist president has created a peace prize in honor of the late Hugo Chavez and says his pick for the initial award is Russian leader Vladimir Putin.

President Nicolas Maduro announced the award Friday on the same day that the Nobel Committee awarded its Peace Prize to Juan Manuel Santos, president of neighboring Colombia, for his role in negotiating a peace pact with Marxist FARC rebels, Reuters reports.

Chavez founded Venezuela's socialist administration.

"I've decided to create the Hugo Chavez prize for peace and the sovereignty," Maduro said during a televised broadcast. “I think President Vladimir Putin deserves this Hugo Chavez award."

Maduro said Putin and future winners will receive a miniature replica of a statue of Chavez designed by a Russian artist, Reuters reported.

Maduro said the prize will recognize global and national figures “who have excelled in the struggle for peace.” He said he chose Putin because of his support of Venezuela.

Maduro has blamed opponents and the U.S. government for the country’s problems.



I hope Paphitis is not drinking a cup of coffee when He reads THIS one. :lol:
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Re: Peace Prize for Putin.

Postby Robin Hood » Sat Oct 08, 2016 6:35 pm

If the Nobel Peace Prize can be awarded to Obama, who since receiving it has been responsible for the destructions of several countries and the deaths of hundreds of thousands if not millions, then I think Putin is deserving of the award .... even if it is more symbolic.

You never know, Madura could turn to Russia for protection against the US attempts at regime change in Venezuela and give them a couple of air bases and some port facilities in exchange for their support? :roll: :shock:

I wonder how the US will regard Russian 'defensive missile systems' a short hop across the Caribbean to the US mainland, Russian war ships cruising along the coast and aircraft cruising on the edge of US air space. Purely defensive of course and only to counter likely US aggression? Boot ..... other .... foot? :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Peace Prize for Putin.

Postby Paphitis » Sun Oct 09, 2016 1:33 am

Schnauzer wrote:Venezuela honors Vladimir Putin with Hugo Chavez peace prize

Published October 08, 2016

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Venezuela's socialist president has created a peace prize in honor of the late Hugo Chavez and says his pick for the initial award is Russian leader Vladimir Putin.

President Nicolas Maduro announced the award Friday on the same day that the Nobel Committee awarded its Peace Prize to Juan Manuel Santos, president of neighboring Colombia, for his role in negotiating a peace pact with Marxist FARC rebels, Reuters reports.

Chavez founded Venezuela's socialist administration.

"I've decided to create the Hugo Chavez prize for peace and the sovereignty," Maduro said during a televised broadcast. “I think President Vladimir Putin deserves this Hugo Chavez award."

Maduro said Putin and future winners will receive a miniature replica of a statue of Chavez designed by a Russian artist, Reuters reported.

Maduro said the prize will recognize global and national figures “who have excelled in the struggle for peace.” He said he chose Putin because of his support of Venezuela.

Maduro has blamed opponents and the U.S. government for the country’s problems.



I hope Paphitis is not drinking a cup of coffee when He reads THIS one. :lol:


is he taking the piss?

they award someone committing War crimes, or being a party to War crimes with a peace prize.
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Re: Peace Prize for Putin.

Postby Robin Hood » Sun Oct 09, 2016 7:22 am

Paphitis wrote:
Schnauzer wrote:Venezuela honors Vladimir Putin with Hugo Chavez peace prize

Published October 08, 2016

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Venezuela's socialist president has created a peace prize in honor of the late Hugo Chavez and says his pick for the initial award is Russian leader Vladimir Putin.

President Nicolas Maduro announced the award Friday on the same day that the Nobel Committee awarded its Peace Prize to Juan Manuel Santos, president of neighboring Colombia, for his role in negotiating a peace pact with Marxist FARC rebels, Reuters reports.

Chavez founded Venezuela's socialist administration.

"I've decided to create the Hugo Chavez prize for peace and the sovereignty," Maduro said during a televised broadcast. “I think President Vladimir Putin deserves this Hugo Chavez award."

Maduro said Putin and future winners will receive a miniature replica of a statue of Chavez designed by a Russian artist, Reuters reported.

Maduro said the prize will recognize global and national figures “who have excelled in the struggle for peace.” He said he chose Putin because of his support of Venezuela.

Maduro has blamed opponents and the U.S. government for the country’s problems.



I hope Paphitis is not drinking a cup of coffee when He reads THIS one. :lol:


is he taking the piss?

they award someone committing War crimes, or being a party to War crimes with a peace prize.


I didn't notice the same reaction from you when Obama got the Nobel Peace Prize! :roll:
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Re: Peace Prize for Putin.

Postby Paphitis » Sun Oct 09, 2016 7:53 am

we have another prize waiting for him or should I say his lapdog!

he will need to go the Hague to collect.
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