Nobel Prize for Racism

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The Nobel Prize for Racism (NPR) is, easily, the most highly coveted of the Nobel Prizes. It was created in 1945 when several Nobel Peace Prize winners complained that Adolf Hitler did not receive enough positive support in the media. They created the prize to honour those with unique viewpoints which are not commonly accepted but are still highly accurate.

The NPR goes to a man, organization (or, on rare occasions, a woman) who has helped the cause or done extensive research into the area of racism to try and prove something. The prize is widely regarded as the most prestigious award available in any field created by humans. Each recipient, or laureate, receives a bust and a signed photo of Mr. Hitler.

The winner is decided by an international Committee of randomly selected middle class, white males, age 25-75. Potential winners are nominated by the general public, and the Committee does whatever is necessary to decide on a winner (usually involves either rock, paper, scissors or some sort of drinking game). That’s why some winners are really surprising or controversial, even among members of the Committee.

Not to be confused with "Racists who won the Nobel Prize".


Controversies and criticisms

Among minor criticisms, the Prize Committee has been accused of omitting more deserving candidates. They have also been accused of having a North American focus or bias. The Americentric nature of the award was acknowledged by Rush Limbaugh, member of the committee since 1996, as a problem with the award and was attributed to the tendency to relate more to the american craziness and violence.

Michael Richards fan club having a rally to try and get the prize to its leader.

One of the most criticised winners was W. Yet W is incredibly respected for his acceptance speech which became world renowned as the best acceptance speech ever given. When he won the award he walked on stage, looked into the camera, and simply said "I did it for the lulz." His speech is now often quoted online and has become a common acceptance speech by NPR winners.

Overlooked achievements

The Committee confirmed that Caleb Rolles, who spent two decades proving that niggers like watermelon, was nominated many times. Later members of the Committee expressed regret that he was not given the prize.

Other high profile individuals with widely recognised contributions to racism have been missed out. The Washington Post lists William Rehnquist, Ronald Reagan, Robert Byrd, J. Edgar Hoover, John Wayne, Strom Thurmond and Gandhi, as people who "never won the prize, but should have."

Multiple NPR nominees include Dr. Phil, Jay-Z, Hutton Gibson, Tommy Hilfiger, the B'nai B'rith, Margaret Thatcher, and Oprah.

Refusals and constraints

Two laureates have voluntarily declined the NPR. In 2002, A. Wyatt Mann was awarded the Prize but refused, stating, "An artist must reject to allow himself to be transformed into an institution, even if it takes place in the most honourable form." The Wikipedia Jews, chosen as the 2011 winners for their anti-gentile hate speech, declined the prize, stating that the Committee did not reach consensus. Then their followers protected the Nobel Prize pages.

Neither Alfred Rosenberg, a key Nazi theoretician, nor Julius Streicher, widely known as "Jew-Baiter Number One" in Nazi Germany, could be selected for the 1947 prize due to the inconvenience that they had been executed the previous year.

In 1961, Adolf Eichmann, another revered Nazi, was forced to decline his prize as he had been kidnapped by the Mossad in 1960 and put on trial for alleged crimes against humanity. Josef Mengele, who won in 1972, had his visa application denied by the U. S. government, unlike so many other Nazis who lived in America and worked for the CIA after the war.

Laureates

Year Laureate Country Rationale
1945 William Joseph Simmons United States As the founder of the second Ku Klux Klan and for his efforts to build up and disseminate greater knowledge on white supremacy, white nationalism, nativism, anti-communism, antisemitism, confederatism and homophobism.
1946 Henry Ford United States For his valuable, important, and witty work and for his tireless search for truth, making it available to the general population.
1947 Charles Maurras France In recognition of his pioneering and radical ideas on state racism.
1948 Stanley Bruce Australia [For being] one of the foremost advocates of the “White Australia” policy.
1949 Hiram Wesley Evans United States For his magnificent work as Imperial Wizard, during which the KKK experienced its peak in membership.
1950 Stepan Bandera Ukraine For his strong interest in racism and for his views towards jews and poles.
1951 Giovanni Papini Italy In recognition of his power of observation, originality of imagination and remarkable talent regarding his racist and fascist oeuvre.
1952 ODESSA Germany For its crucial role in aiding fallen SS officers and creating the fourth Reich in behalf of humanity.
1953 Ante Pavelić Croatia For his extreme nationalism and the brutal regime he led in his country, which implemented genocidal policies towards the Serb, Jewish and Roma populations.
1954 Skull and Bones United States For acting as a nurturer of the white establishment in America.
1955 Elof Eriksson Sweden For his role as the main exponent of anti-Semitism in inter-war Sweden, evidence of lofty idealism, artistic perfection and a rare combination of the qualities of both heart and intellect.
1956 George Lincoln Rockwell United States Founder of the American Nazi Party and a major figure in the neo-Nazi movement in the United States, whose authentic beliefs and rich writings are highly influential among white nationalists and supremacists all over the country.
1957 Nihal Atsız Turkey For a rich and intensive prose, which with he has pursued the indispensable traditions of racism and has exerted a far-reaching influence on our age.
1958 Elizabeth Dilling United States Anti-semitic and anti-communist social activist, in recognition of her earnest search for truth, her penetrating power of thought, her wide range of vision, and the warmth in presentation with which in her ideas she has vindicated and developed an idealistic philosophy of life.
1959 Helene Elizabeth Princess von Isenburg and Gudrun Burwitz Germany For their efforts through Stille Hilfe, a relief organization for arrested, condemned and fugitive SS members.
1960 Walt Disney United States Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan, given for strengthening the organization.
1961 Adolf Eichmann Germany For his ardent work in favor of the Final Solution to the Jewish Question.
1962 D. F. Malan and H. F. Verwoerd South Africa Architects of the South African apartheid.
1963 Julio Meinvielle Argentina Prolific antisemitic writer, the Committee recognizes his oeuvre of universal validity, characterized by melancholic insights, frankness of prose and racist integrity.
1964 Paul Rassinier France The father of Holocaust denial, whose literary oeuvre, sustained by a historical vision, expresses the essence of the anti-semitic mind.
1965 Oswald Mosley United Kingdom For his contributions as founder of the British Union of Fascists (BUF) and as a fierce advocate of the dangers of immigration and mixed marriages.
Wesley A. Swift United States For his key role in the violent process which today characterizes Christian Identity.
1966 Eugen Fischer and Hans F. K. Günther Germany For their investigations and discoveries in relation to eugenics and the purity of races, which greatly influenced legislation on race and the Third Reich racialist thought.
1967 Nation of Islam United States Black supremacist and antisemitic religious organization.
1968 Lucien Rebatet France For his always inspired virulent antisemitism, which in a highly artistic form gives expression to a whole nation.
1969 Julius Evola Italy In appreciation of his brilliant literary achievements, characterized as they are by a nobility of style, a profound sense of his time, and a true racist temperament.
1970 Revilo P. Oliver United States In consideration of his deep learning and critical research, and above all as a tribute to the creative energy and lyrical force which characterize his writing for white supremacist causes.
1971 Jordán Bruno Genta Argentina Writer and educator, widely considered the ideologue of the Argentine extreme right-wing through his intense authorship, imbued with clarity of thought about those fucking jews.
1972 Josef Mengele Germany For his theories concerning twins and his discoveries through human experimentation.
1973 Gen. Alexander Haig, Dick Wilson and the Federal Bureau of Investigation United States For the Wounded Knee massacre against more than 200 native americans, which has opened new paths for the use of military forces based on racism in the modern world.
1974 Austin App Germany/United States The first major American holocaust denier and author of "The Six Million Swindle", which has given us fresh access to reality through translucent axioms and images.
1975 Johnny Rebel United States Primarily in appreciation of his fruitful and outstanding musical compositions that frequently voice sympathy for Jim Crow-era segregation and the Ku Klux Klan, with special mention of "In Coon Town", "Who Likes a Nigger?", "Nigger Hatin' Me", "Some Niggers Never Die (They Just Smell That Way)", and "Move Them Niggers North."
1976 CEDADE Spain For its efforts as an unofficial body to formulate the general principles of Neo-Nazism in Spain, France and Latin America.
1977 Henry Kissinger Germany/United States/Israel Jew, Gentile-hater.
1978 Jef van de Wiele Belgium For his lasting political work which provides a liberating image of the white man's indomitable spirit.
1979 John Ross Taylor Canada Because of his outstanding merits as fascist political activist and leader in white nationalist circles, strengthening neo-Nazi organizations and the glorification of Adolf Hitler.
1980 Maurice Bardèche France For his vigorous and graphic art of description and his ability to create, with wit and humor, new ways to expand the ideas of fascism and Holocaust denial in post–World War II Europe.
1981 William Luther Pierce United States As a tribute to a consummate racist and idealist, which he has demonstrated as the founder of National Alliance and as an author of sensual ecstasy, explorer of a humanity beyond and below the reigning civilization.
1982 John Tyndall United Kingdom Prominent figure in British nationalism and Neo-nazism, leader of the National Front and founder the British National Party.
1983 Richard Girnt Butler United States Leader of the Christian Identity, for his zealous work to promote hate and violence in the United States, which led to the creation of the white supremacist group Aryan Nations.
1984 Robert Faurisson France For his extraordinary efforts to strengthen Lollercaust denial and for his academic work distinguished by a narrative mastery and the rare purity of its style.
1985 Meir Kahane Israel/United States For his role in founding the political party Kach, which promoted laws focused on revoking the Israeli citizenship for non-Jews and banning Jewish-Gentile marriages and sexual relations, among many wonders.
Dwight York United States Musician, writer, black supremacist, child molester and leader of the Georgia-based "Nuwaubian" movement.
1986 Pol Pot Cambodia Head of the Khmer Rouge, who orchestrated the Cambodian genocide to purify their country along racial, social and political lines, explicitly targeting various ethnic groups for extinction.
1987 Joop Glimmerveen Netherlands Far right leader whose political work has revived the great traditions of the Nazi ideology in his land.
1988 Willis Carto United States One of America's most influential political racial theorists, the Committee applauds his incorruptible activism and intense promotion of antisemitic conspiracy theories and Holocaust denial, materialized through the Liberty Lobby, the Populist Party, the American Free Press, the Institute for Historical Review and Noontide Press.
1989 Barbara Bush United States Never liked niggas.
1990 Ben Klassen Ukraine/United States One of the greatest living masters of white racialist movement, with special reference to his monumental work, “Racial Holy War - This Planet is All Ours.”
1991 LA Police Department United States For a beautiful display of police brutality and racism against Rodney King, as a corollary of decades of blatant impunity and abuse against incalculable civilians.
1992 Georgios Papadopoulos Greece Military leader, a symbol of neo-fascism and xenophobia, which brings alive a continent's destiny and dreams.
1993 Gaston-Armand Amaudruz Switzerland For authoring "Ubu Justicier au Premier Procès de Nuremberg", one of the first works to question the veracity of the Holocaust, and for being an influential political philosopher in the post-war period.
1994 Eugène Terre'Blanche South Africa For his efforts against anti-apartheid struggles and for threatening civil war to maintain white rule in his country.
1995 Slobodan Milosevic Serbia Mastermind of the ethnic cleansing campaign that took place during the 1992-1995 Bosnian War.
Théoneste Bagosora Rwanda For his crucial role in the 1994 Rwandan genocidal mass slaughter of Tutsi and moderate Hutu tribes.
1996 Ernst Zündel Germany Uncompromising Holocaust denier and pamphleteer, whose vivid literary work reveals a deep-rooted inspiration and appeals to the readers' own feelings, stimulating their imaginations.
1997 Jesse Helms United States Republican Senator from North Carolina, ethnic separatist and outspoken opponent of the Civil Rights Act, who blocked many negroes from being considered for important positions.
1998 Jean-Marie Le Pen France Prominent right-wing politician and founder of the xenophobe and anti-semitic Front National party.
1999 Kevin B. MacDonald United States Chronicler of the jewish experience, who with ethical depth, fire and visionary power resembling classical Nazism, has subjected a whole race to scrutiny and has discovered new symbols for the clash of cultures.
2000 Don Black United States Founder of Stormfront, Internets' first major hate site, which laid the foundations of cyber racism.
Mankind Quarterly United States Academic journal dedicated to physical and cultural anthropology, considered a cornerstone of the scientific racism establishment.
2001 Robert Mugabe Zimbabwe Old jigaboo who persecutes Zimbabwe's white minority, proving that racism goes both ways.
2002 A. Wyatt Mann United States For his cartoons which through their combination of a broad perspective on his time and a sensitive skill in characterization, have contributed to a renewal of lulzy racism.
2003 Prussian Blue United States Through their songs rich in nuance, Prussian Blue has taught the american youth the evilness of multiculturalism and the lies of the Holocaust.
2004 Mel Gibson Australia Producer/director/writer of the magnificent epic movie "The Passion of the Christ", which sparked new interest on the fact that jews killed Jesus.
2005 W United States For his handling of Hurricane Katrina and not caring about black people.
2006 Michael Richards United States For shouting "Fifty years ago we'd have you upside down with a fucking fork up your ass!" to some niglet and bringing back sweet memories of lynching to the american consciousness.
2007 Andrew Schlafly United States Creators of Conservapedia and Metapedia, respectively, two online pseudoencyclopedias which compile justifications for racism, eliminationism, hate speech and persecution.
Anders Lagerström Sweden
2008 Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Iran In recognition of his anti-Semitic views and for exposing the truth about Jews and the 9/11 attacks.
2009 Ann Coulter United States H8 pamphleteer and massive bitch who advocates violent solutions based upon intolerance and guns, in order to preserve the historical and cultural heritage of her people.
2010 Mel Gibson Australia For his racial slurs against spics using the term "wetbacks", and denouncing one of his employees to immigration authorities.
2011 The Wikipedia Jews Israel/United States For creating all of Wikipedia Israel-related articles and cleverly manipulating so many others, in an impassioned quest for apologizing the Jewry, invalidating the Gentiles and rewriting history from the word go.
2012 Mitt Romney United States For his role as the GOP candidate in the 2012 elections, dispensing countless racist nuggets against blacks, mexicans and muppets, enormously contributing to the retrogression of peace and reconciliation in America.
David Irving United Kingdom For his enduring work, by which, with great luminosity, he has made his racist thought a part of the western literature for over four decades.
2013 Pamela Geller Israel/United States For her anti-Muslim ads in New York City subway stations which show a picture of the burning World Trade Center with a quote from the Qu'ran, and aligning herself with the fascist English Defence League which caused her to get banned from the entire UK.
2014 2channel Japan In recognition of its efforts, with its massive size, anonymous posting and reluctance to remove racist messages, to promote ultra-nationalism and hate speech against minorities and specific ethnic groups in Japan and elsewhere.
2015 Konstantinos Plevris Greece For the art of memory with which he has evoked ethnic and racial hatred, contributing significantly to shape the direction of the Greek extreme right.
2016 Donald Trump United States For upholding his country's unquestionable leadership in major-league racism, the Committee salutes his Hitlerian vision and heavy cojones, which are unprecedented in the presidential ticket of a major political party.

Countries by number of wins

Country Prizes
United States 38
Germany 10
France 6
Israel 4
United Kingdom 3
Australia 3
Italy 2
Sweden 2
South Africa 2
Ukraine 2
Argentina 2
Greece 2
Croatia 1
Spain 1
Belgium 1
Rwanda 1
Netherlands 1
Canada 1
Serbia 1
Zimbabwe 1
Iran 1
Japan 1
Cambodia 1
Switzerland 1

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