“Hello my relatives. Today is NOT a good day…”
Russell Means speaks about Obama’s recent award of the Nobel Prize and the meaning of the prize, as well as its history.
1971-Henry Kissinger awarded Nobel Peace Prize after the conclusion of an 18 month B-52 bombing campaign of Cambodia, where an estimated 600,000 villagers were killed. The subsequent destitution and displacement were major factors in the rise of the Khemer Rouge, which the U.S. supported through continued arms sales.