Saturday, December 19, 2009

Mubarak and COP 15

President Mubarak was supposed to attend COP 15 among the 100 leaders from around the globe, it was mentioned in his official schedule for his trip abroad earlier from two weeks that he would visit France , Turkey and Denmark to attend COP 15 but suddenly Denmark was scrapped off his visit and he visited France and Turkey only then returned back home !!

Why did not he go to COP 15 ?? I think Global warming is very a major issue or rather major threat not to the whole world only but to Egypt too which is a part of this world not to mention global warming is threatening us by losing the whole Nile Delta if we do not start acting from now. Of course I bet that the entourage did not tell him about the last part for sure. 

I am really puzzled on why he did not go !!?? I do not think that it has to do with the infamous Danish cartoon crisis but I wish it has nothing to do with his health either but thing it will be very bad for us just like for him.

Seriously why did not he go ?? Is it because he has nothing to say , well I bet many countries participating the summit have nothing to say and just follow other countries , if it is a poor country , it will join the poor countries club or if it is a rich country , it will join the rich countries club and so on !!??

Is it because he is America’s alley and also a friend to china and he does not want to make them angry !!?? I can’t believe it seriously !!??????????????????

Anyhow if there is any relief , it is that most countries of the Arab world do not care about COP 15 despite the threats and challenges facing us

6 comments:

  1. Because the Global Warming stuff is all shit if you ask me. Nothing to be afraid of and a big lie =\

    He knows better.

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  2. Copenhagen has failed. The UN has failed to address the most important crisis in human history. This is now the time for sanctions, boycotts and embargoes. A new alliance is needed. An alliance of hope and peace and justice must be built to oppose the axis of pollution, extinction and self destruction.

    http://www.selfdestructivebastards.com/2009/12/beyond-copenhagen.html

    It would have been nice if Mubarak had lent his voice, but so what? He doesn't listen to his own people, so of what value would it really have? Many other third world nations stood up and were noticed.

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  3. Sudanese Observer12/20/2009 12:05:00 PM

    Global climate change is anything but 'shit' - it's real and upon us already - this year the Blue Nile's flows are at historic lows...

    The question as to its origins is one that's debatable.

    And rising sea levels will have devastating effects of Egypt's delta, according to Dr Al-Baz.

    That being said, the presence of the President doesn't necessarily mean that Egypt's voice will be better heard.

    Check out what this mid-ranking diplomat has done:

    http://sudantribune.com/spip.php?article33521

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  4. because Mr.President is commited to the cause of global warming, he will not allow the fuel of AF#1 to be burnt uselessly

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  5. No way Mubarak didnt visit bec of the cartoons, he's been just fine visiting France w all the rows related to the hijab, etc. He doesnt care that's what I think. From the news reports I read, it seems that several developing nations made their voices heard and well the so-called victory of the US involved China, Brazil and India, all major developing nations. Egypt should have been there with an appeal to save the delta and shouldve built a front with the Nile countries. Kudos to the Sudanese delegate who made his voice heard there, dnt remember his name but apparently Sudan's voice was heard down there as well.

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  6. Ta da

    now you know why

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