Vladimir Putin nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
In what can only be described as a surprising turn of events, Pink News has revealed that Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize.
Putin was nominated by the International Academy of Spiritual Unity and Cooperation of Peoples of the World (IASUCPW) for his efforts in preventing US military action against Syria.
The IASUCPW is amongst the approved organisations able to suggest nominate for the prestigious award.
According to Vice President Beslan Kobakhiya, a letter of recommendation was received by the committee on September 16.
The letter stated “Being the leader of one of the leading nations of the world, Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin makes efforts to maintain peace and tranquillity not only on the territory of his own country but also actively promotes settlement of all conflicts arising on the planet.”
The IASUCPW seems to have ignored Putin’s record of grievances against Russia’s LGBTI community, including signing into law a number of Bills which limit the rights of Russia’s LGBTI citizens, including the anti gay propaganda law.