Here is the information that you need to know to watch Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize Speech.
On January 22, 2009, his first day as President of the United States, President Obama closed down Guantanamo. In doing this he forced the hand of the International Community and the International Courts to look into War Crimes. In one Memo he changed the course of the entire World. Since then he has Presided over the UN Security Council and asked for an End of Nuclear Proliferation. He has met with dozens of World Leaders in closed door meetings. He has called for change. The Time For Peace Is Now!
The Nobel Peace Prize Lecture will be held on Thursday 10 December at the Oslo City Hall in Norway (attendance by invitation only). The Nobel Peace Prize Award Ceremony will start at 1.00 p.m. CET. A live video broadcast of the Award Ceremony and the Nobel Lecture will be available on the Nobel website.
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Speech is on December 10th at 1:00pm Oslo, Norway time (CET). That’s December 10th at 4:00am PST. 7:00am EST.
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