Robert David Steele, former spy, the most published critic of US secret intelligence world, has been named as a candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize to be awarded in 2017
Washington, DC (PRUnderground) February 8th, 2017
On 6 February 2017, Jan H. Kalvik, Editor-in-Chief of Defence and Intelligence Norway, published a documented critique of the Nobel Peace Prize process to date, “Intelligence & the Nobel Peace Prize,“and announced that he has recommended Robert David Steele for nomination by a Norwegian Minister. Only Ministers, Parliamentarians, and certain peace institute directors and professors are accredited nominators.
Kalvik wrote, [Steele] “is qualified both for helping to prevent World War III this past year, publicly confronting the lies being told by his own national intelligence community with respect to the Russians hacking the US election, and for his body of work in the preceding year and over time, as summarized here:
For leadership in redirecting the craft of intelligence (decision-support) away from spies and secrecy enabling war and waste, toward open sources and methods favorable to peace and prosperity.”
Since creating the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity in 1988 and discovering that the US secret world knows nothing about 96% of the real world, Steele has been the leading global champion for Open Source Intelligence (OSINT), and more recently, Open Source Everything Engineering (OSEE).
In Steele’s view, an international Open Source (Technologies) Agency would allow achievement of all seventeen of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) within a decade or two at a documented cost of less than 20% — and as little as 10% of the prevailing cost using proprietary technologies.
Nominating Document: NOMINATION FOR THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE – Robert David Steele
Learn more: http://robertdavidsteele.com
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