When Alfred Nobel died on December 10, 1896, it was discovered that he had left a will, dated November 27, 1895, according to which most of his vast wealth was to be used for five prizes, including one for peace. The prize for peace was to be awarded to the person who "shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity between nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding of peace congresses." The prize was to be awarded "by a committee of five persons to be elected by the Norwegian Storting."
If you put an OR in the place of the AND you could make a very weak case for Obama ATTEMPTING TO CREATE fraternity between nations. Any perceived "fraternity" Obama had created after a couple of weeks in the White House has certainly not been tested yet. Some would argue that Obama has done more to polarize his OWN country than any other president to date.
Even if he has created fraternity (which I'm not conceding he actually has) - that work has been COMPLETELY offset by his ADDITION to standing armies.
And even with a poor, twisted translation (that omits the majority of the stated purpose of the prize) you'd be hard pressed to make the case that Obama did the MOST or BEST work (among his contemporaries) toward the effort of creating fraternity between nations.
If you take the stated purpose of the NPP as a whole - and honestly, objectively examine it - you see how utterly absurd this nomination is. Obama fan or not.