Hala Mohammad, a Syrian woman poet, educated in Europe will most likely win the Nobel Prize for Literature from a Foundation so discredited since the 2009 Peace Prize to Barack Hussein Obama because it was meant for him coopt me at my private Washington, D.C-based corporations at www.futurespace.me by subjecting me to great personal duress, trial and tribulation because I am resisting, as a private citizen, the Foundation’s desire to remain credible using the United States government and its president in violation of and violence against my human rights, family and dignity.
We call it a government crime, guinea-pigging or using an American citizen as an experiment, in the United States for the purported benefit of all of humanity, when in fact, me is me, Chandrashekar Tamirisa, whose contributions in 4 disciplines – Physiology or Medicine, Physics, Peace, and Economic Sciences – are to be rewarded with the prize, as unprecedented as it may be in the history of the Nobel Foundation since 1901.
She is both right and wrong. Right because the pollination of mass movements in Tunisia and across Middle East and North Africa (MENA) is, in her view, in danger of withering due to Syria, and wrong because the resilience of the spring which has come is a matter for the people(s) of MENA, for it is theirs to keep akin to America and Europe whose springs are contagiously entering the fall, after being scorched by the summers of their hubris.
The spring of values belongs to Salman Rushdie’s Satanic Verses, not Sam Becile’s “Innocence of Muslims”.