Monday, September 14, 2009

President Clinton asks YouTube to submit pressing questions for world leaders

In anticipation of the fifth annual Clinton Global Initiative, a meeting that brings heads of state, Fortune 500 CEOs, non-profit leaders and Nobel Laureates together to discuss the world's most pressing problems, President Clinton wants you to submit your questions for these distinguished guests by posting a video response to this video:



Your video could be asked during one of the panels, which this year include leaders like President Obama, Kofi Annan, Diane Sawyer, Queen Rania, and Nicholas Kristof.

10 comments:

Breakthrunow - inspire.collaborate.sustain said...

Breakthrunow is looking forward to this event.

mitchell said...

im a young person im wondering will gas prices and the economic down fall will be a problem before i graduate from my class of 2012 becouse im worried about my future and im wondering will that be a problem

Anonymous said...

Why are you going to kill people with Swine Flu 'vaccinations'? They've been proven numerous times to be lethal.

Desiree Ratcliffe-Lattimore said...

I am wondering if there would be any leaders who will support the work of the Dakar Dragons?

http://www.dakardragons.org

SevenDayTheory said...

id be more worried about the new world order and the illuminati plan, can you shed some light on those subjects? what does the London Olympics bring? what can we expect on the world stage at that time? Aliens.....another terrorist attack.

Sandra said...

Hi,

Can you explain to the world, why do you get into war in situations like Iraq, and dont do nothing about Congo, Sierra Leoa, Etc...?

Alvaro said...

When will you free us from Chavez and all socialist presidents?

Donna Martin said...

Will China very become a democratic nation?

Anonymous said...

When will you tell people the truth about extra terrestrial beeings that infact they do exist and they are visiting our planet?

Anonymous said...

I have had always high regards for you, Mr. Bill Clinton, for your policies and conduct as a responsible president.

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