Man in the Moon Protests Obama Peace Prize

The Man in the Moon issued a statement protesting the naming of U.S. President Barack Obama as this year’s recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize on the same day as the unprovoked missile attack against his unarmed, peaceful nether-regions.

On Earth, others similarly questioned the designation, citing continuing U.S. involvement in conflicts around the globe, including a possible escalation in Afghanistan and into Iran.

There are also increasing questions as whether the technology tested in the bombing of the moon — ostensibly to find deeply buried ice in its craters — is not suspiciously similar to the Pentagon’s recently-approved Massive Penetrator Ordnance said to be “ideally suited to hit deeply buried nuclear facilities such as Natanz or Qom in Iran:”

The Man in the Moon concluded his statement by urging all Earthlings to take heed of his example: “Today me, tomorrow Iran?”

See also Twilight War: The Folly of U.S. Space Dominance

Mary L. G. Theroux is Chairman and Chief Executive of the Independent Institute.
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