Tell Norway to Arrest Henry Kissinger when he speaks at Nobel Peace Prize forum
The Nobel Committee has arranged for well-known war mastermind Henry Kissinger to speak as an honored guest at a forum that is part of the Nobel Peace Prize events.
Several of Kissinger's crimes come under treaties that make it mandatory for Norway to prosecute. Kissinger is complicit or a main actor in many violations of the Genocide Convention and of the Geneva Conventions.
Nobel Peace Prize Watch has asked the Norwegian Director of Public Prosecutions to arrest Kissinger. Add your name to the request:
Arrest and prosecute Henry Kissinger.
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This petition has been signed by Fredrik Heffermehl and Tomas Magnusson, Nobel Peace Prize Watch, Norway
and co-signed by Richard Falk, professor of international law emeritus, Princeton University, USA Erni and Ola Friholt, peace movement activists, Orust, Sweden Jon Hellesnes, professor emeritus of philosophy, Tromsoe, Norway Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson, Ph.D., author, Bondi Beach, NSW 2026, Australia Gunnar Nerdrum, attorney-at-law, Tromsoe, Norway Jan Oberg, director TFF, peace research and activism, Lund, Sweden Antonio Carlos da Silva Rosa, M.A., editor, researcher, Porto, Portugal / São Paulo, Brazil Sven Ruin, human rights activist, Köping, Sweden David Swanson, author, World Beyond War, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA Ola Tellesbø, attorney-at-law, Norway Kenji Urata, professor emeritus of constitutional law, Waseda University, Japan Gunnar Westberg, professor emeritus, Sahlgrenska Academy, Göteborg, Sweden
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