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‘Things Not Going Well’ In Copenhagen

From the Copenhagen Post:

Head of the 135-nation bloc of developing countries Lumumba Stanislaus Di-Aping, from Sudan, looks up during a press conference in the main venue of the UN Climate Summit on Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2009.

G77 walks out of COP15 meeting

Tension between developing and developed countries builds as climate summit enters its fifth day

Friday, 11 December 2009

The chief negotiator for 134 developing nations left the UN Climate Change Conference (COP15) yesterday in anger.

Lumumba Stanislaus Di-Aping from Sudan, the G77 group’s top negotiator, is also accusing Denmark of driving the climate summit into the ground.

‘Things are not going well,’ he said after walking out from an hour-long negotiation. ‘It’s very problematic that there’s a different agenda running alongside the official UN process,’ Di-Aping told Politiken newspaper.

When asked to elaborate on those comments, he said:

’Your prime minister has chosen to protect the rich countries, and that’s not ok,’ referring to Denmark’s Lars Løkke Rasmussen.

‘If the Copenhagen summit ends in failure, the whole Scandinavian multilateral tradition will be jeopardised. What your prime minister is doing is completely against the spirit of the foreign aid Denmark and the Danish people have given to Africa for so many years,’ said Di-Aping.

The G77 group represents 134 mainly developing countries, including China, Indonesia and Argentina.

COP15 President Connie Hedegaard, Denmark’s former climate minister, has refused to comment on the case.

Not to worry. All of this will be resolved in the end.

And these ‘poor countries,’ like China, will allow the ‘rich countries’ to continue their foreign aid, just like always.

Only now they will be able to get even more pie, all in the name of ‘climate change.’

This article was posted by Steve on Friday, December 11th, 2009. Comments are currently closed.

8 Responses to “‘Things Not Going Well’ In Copenhagen”

  1. proreason says:

    Yes, 3rd world dictators will have to compromise and only take a 50% increase in their annual stipends.

  2. The Redneck says:

    Protect the rich countries?

    How come when someone wants to take your money, it’s naturally the proper thing to do…. but when you want to keep your money, there’s obviously something fishy going on? If it’s greedy to want your money, isn’t considerably more, not less, greedy to want somebody else’s?

  3. Liberals Demise says:

    They are always coming to these things with their “Hands Out” and never anything to contribute.
    (as if they had anything worthwhile)

  4. GetBackJack says:

    Trofim Denisovich Lysenko

  5. Reality Bytes says:


  6. Rusty Shackleford says:

    All we’s cares abouts iz when we gits our munnies.

  7. Right of the People says:

    What I don’t understand is why jerk-offs from insignificant third world sh*tholes who recently just crawled out from the jungle or a cave even get a say. Why do we care what they think? They should be grateful and kissing our arses for anything we give them. Its time for a reality check, they need to be reminded of their place and it sure as hell isn’t as our equal. If they want things to be better they need to stop putting their hands out and do something to improve their lot in their own country.

    End of rant.

  8. proreason says:

    “why jerk-offs …even get a say. ”

    It further’s the overall agenda of one-world totalitarian government.

    The aspiring world aristocracy is bribing the jerk-offs. And, bonus!! They are doing it with US money!!!!!

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