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A Novel prize to a Genocide denier. How did this happen? A Nobel prize that dishonours the victims of genocide | Ed Vuilliamy
Peter Handke's Nobel prize dishonours the victims of genocide: "the highest award in literature goes to a writer who denies the existence of concentration camps that it was my accursed honour to find in Bosnia in 1992." by Ed Vuilliamy via
Peter Handke is an apologist for genocide within living memory, at the heart of Europe. He says one thing, while earth across the Balkans gives up its mass graves. While Handke proffers his views, the bones are facts | Ed Vuilliamy
A Nobel prize that dishonours the victims of genocide | Ed Vuilliamy
Spot on by . A disgraceful decision by the Nobel committee which I hope they will be made to regret.
Superb on the shame of Sweden's Nobel literature prize to an advocate of murder, rape, torture My more modest note here
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This is a difficult read. What has the Nobel committee done? #Handke #NobelPrize2019
If Handke had denied the holocaust or even said Donald Trump wans't all bad, the Nobel jury would have run a mile, but to paraphrase Adolf Hitler, who after all, speaks today of the annihilation of the Bosnians?
Read ⁦⁩ on the outrage of Peter Handke's Nobel prize—not only because it’s so well written.
Peter Handke's Nobel prize dishonours the victims of genocide
A Nobel prize that dishonours the victims of genocide | Ed Vuilliamy
1/ , who saw the Serbian concentration camps, on #Handke's prize