Friday, October 9, 2015

And the the Winner of the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize Is...A Bunch of Tunisians You've Never Heard Of

In a surprise announcement, the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet has been tapped for this year's Nobel Peace Prize.

The foursome is being honoured for staving off civil war in their country in the wake of the "Arab Spring" (remember that?), which, as you may recall, got its start in Tunisia.

Since Canada's prime minister is currently being eviscerated by the squish-wing media for supposedly having the chutzpah/"heartlessness" to actually want to vet Syrian "refugees" before they get here, my question for the Tunisian prize-winners is this: how many Syrians (who, after all, are your Arab brothers and sisters) have you let into your land? I suspect that the answer is: not very many.

Here's the harmonious Tunisian quartet--along with special guest star, a bearded Sting--singing an old Police number; here's hoping they regale the Nobel committee with it during this year's acceptance ceremony.

Update: The best thing about the Tunisians picking up the Peace prize--John Kerry and an Iranian wannabe-genocidaire don't get to go to Norway to collect theirs.

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