Donald Trump First Recipient of Voices4America Anti-Peace Prize.

Voices4America sorrowfully announces the founding of the Anti-Peace Prize, an annual award to those who have done the most disruptive actions against relationships among nations, for the increase of military tensions and for promotion of hatred, violence and the possibility of war.

Nominees in 2017 were:
Kim Jung-un, Supreme Leader of North KoreaAung

Aung San Suu Ky, State Counsellor of Myanmar

Donald J. Trump, President of the United States

The winner of the inaugural prize is Donald J. Trump.

Among his accomplishments against peace:

1. Removed America from the Paris Climate Accord, June 1, 2017.

2. Embraces and speaks for White Supremacists by multiple actions and speeches. Notable speeches including press conference at Trump Tower on August 15, 2017 ("But you also had people that were very fine people on both sides.")

3. Plans to disrupt the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action with Iran and the US, UK, France, China and Russia plus Germany. His point of view on the deal limiting the development of nuclear weapons by Iran is largely petulant - "Frankly, that deal is an embarrassment to the United States, and I don't think you've heard the last of it. Believe me."

4. Disrespected the United Nations and the commitment to shared and humane values for which it stands. Trump stood in front of the world community and threatened to use force to eliminate a nation of 25 million people: "The US has great strength and patience," he said. But Trump added: "If it is forced to defend ourselves or our allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea."

5. Campaigned on and supports a travel ban focused on a single religious group, Muslims, and selectively brings attention to terrorist attacks only when perpetrated by Muslims.

6. Continues to be a spokesperson for the National Rifle Association, an anti-peace company that employs him. The Mandalay Massacre didn't deter him. His compensation in 2016 was 30 million dollars (for the sake of appearances, this was paid to his campaign).

7. Speaks about the possibility of world war with a flip, snide tone, as if it were a cliff hanger from a reality game show.

Following a month in which 58 died and more than 500 were injured by a gunman in Las Vegas and 95% of the 3.5 million Americans devastated by a hurricane in Puerto Rico had no electricity, Trump winked and mirking declared this was the "calm before the storm." "You'll have to wait and see," said his Press Secretary, when asked what he meant.

For this (and for many other reasons too numerous to list), the winner of the 2017 Anti-Peace Prize is Donald J. Trump.


October 7, 2017


1. Considered but not nominated for the Anti-Peace Prize were Robert Mercer, financier known for active bribery on behalf of anti-peace activities, and Stephen K. Bannon, the former White House Chief Strategist in the administration of Donald Trump and long time recipient of Mercer bribes, now executive chair of Breitbart News, a far-right news, opinion, and commentary website which he described as "the platform for the alt-right."

Possible Mercer and Bannon nominations were upended by the outstanding efforts against Peace by their fellow American, Trump, the biggest and most successful efforts in the history of the world against Peace, believe me.

2. The Anti-Peace Prize, like its Nobel counterpart, carries with it a prize. In this case, the prize has been designed especially to honor its first recipient.

You may recall that, Trump, a true Anti-Peace champion jumped into combat in July this year for what he sees as "the War on Christmas." "I remind you that we're going to start saying 'Merry Christmas' again," he barked at the Kennedy Center in July, though there wasn't a sparkling ball in sight or a vision of sugar plums in anyone's head.

Therefore the Anti-Peace Prize carries a Christmas theme, though some thought the time of the Award might have raised a Halloween moment, replete with scary icons.

No, Christmas themed it is.

Traditionally, bad children find their stockings full of coal on Christmas morning. So Trump finds his stocking full of coal, Bigly coal and the most ever, for his Anti-Peace Prize.

An aside, a happy coal miner from West Virginia spoke to us about the coal for the Anti-Peace Prize. "You see, Trump kept his campaign pledge. We went back to the mines to fetch this coal for his Anti-Peace Prize, the first coal we sold this year. Maybe we will sell a lot of coal for all Republican stockings this year! Oh that Trump!."

3. Upon hearing he had won the Anti-Peace Prize, it was reported Trump ran around the Oval Office, clapping his small hands and bellowing in delight, "This is the BIGGest thing ever. Obama never won this." Believe him.

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