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400 private jets land in Egypt for COP27 UN Climate Conference

As tens of thousands of elites descend on the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh for the UN’s COP27 climate conference, some 400 private jets were seen landing in the Egyptian city.

The COP27 climate change summit, which was too hypocritical for even Greta Thunberg to attend, was beset with accusations of elitism and double standards.

This was confirmed on Friday, when news agency Agence France-Presse (AFP) reported that more than 400 private jets landed in the Egyptian coastal city in the past few days while the conference was taking place.

Speaking on condition of anonymity to the news agency, a source close to local aviation authorities said: “More than 400 private jets have landed in Egypt in recent days.”

“There was a meeting before COP27, and officials were waiting for these planes and made arrangements at Sharm el-Sheikh airport to accommodate these planes.”

The rank hypocrisy of globalist elites is not out of place, with a similar number of private jets flying into last year’s COP26 conference in Glasgow, even as Prince Charles and Boris Johnson opted to fly in private although they live in the same country, with rail networks available.

Around 33,000 people registered to attend the meeting in Egypt – much of which could have been done over Zoom, if reducing carbon emissions was so important.

Meanwhile, the UN summit has also been criticized for offering attendees gourmet meals of meat, fish and dairy products, as many attendees – including the UN itself – have advocated for that regular audiences start eating more “sustainable” foods. sources, such as protein derived from insects.

German reporters also claimed the resort hosting the summit had blasted the air conditioning so cold that people were packing up with scarves and other winter gear.

All of this saw the conference lose credibility with the public. High-profile figures present at the conference, such as British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and former US Vice President Al Gore, called for increasingly drastic responses to the so-called climate crisis, including providing reparations climatic.

Yet, according to Climate Action Against Disinformation, which tracks alleged disinformation on social media, the main themes of public perception of the meeting were “hypocrisy and elitism”.

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