FACE OF CHANGE: OBAMA II

Written by soundararajan.R on Thursday, January 14, 2010 at 12:01 AM

In the previous passage I had highlighted on my hopes that president Obama would show the world that he deserves the Nobel Peace prize. I think that a single passage does not do justice to such a magnanimous individual and thus I would like to justify my conviction.

The first thing that comes to my mind is the speech that he made in Cairo. It was really moving to see him wanting to befriend the Muslim world, which had become America’s ardent enemy after the war on Iraq.

He is a man of words and it is clearly seen by the way he closed down Guantanamo jail despite stiff opposition. Though he has raised the number of stationed troops in Iraq, he has made an effort to make the world a safer place. He respects Ghandhi’s principle of non-violence, but in a turbid situation like this, non-violence cannot be a tool to achieve victory over cannibals like theTalibans.

Though his popularity is on the decline, I still feel that he will show his shrewdness in handling the economic crisis, his resoluteness to destroy Al-Qaeda, his compassion towards the annihilated Iraq and also use his charisma to bring the world together to fight environmental pollution.

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