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Should Vladimir Putin be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize?

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  • Peace? Um, no way.

    Putin is nothing more than a corrupt leader looking for power and wealth. He doesn't care at what cost this comes. I would go as far as saying that he condones terrorism. The guy supports extremists, for example, in Eastern Ukraine. If these terrorists/extremists didn't have such support from Russia, they wouldn't stand a chance in gaining power. Yet look at Donetsk. Look at Luhansk. It's beginning to look a lot like Transnistria in Moldova...Hmm...I digress.

  • No he should not!

    Vladimir Putin should not be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize because he has done virtually nothing to deserve this prize. He is a corrupt political leader and there are so many other people who deserve it. For example, the girl who got shot in the head for speaking out about girls going to school (forgot her name).

  • Vladimir Putin only cares about his agenda

    Vladimir Putin is one of the worst world leaders that are in control today. He looks good to the world and he is one of the best leaders Russia has had in a long time but that does not change the fact that he is still an all around bad guy. He was part of the KGB and has the goals of that organization in front of what is best for Russia.


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