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In the name of Peace and Justice.

I have three wishes today, which I present to you in the name of Peace and Justice - in the hope they may be fulfilled.

My wishes today concern space. Outer space.

It seems that everybody thinks space belongs to everybody and everybody can use space exactly as they very well like.

Well, surely, I'm of a different opinion.

To start with, I'm utterly disgusted by the way space is being polluted.

Can you imagine? The immense, seemingly endless expanses of space being polluted? It sounds like a bad joke. And yet it's true. it's a fact.

After having made huge efforts to pollute land, water and air on earth, we're now going to outer-space to continue our efforts at polluting the world.

That's not what Paradise should look like. In Paradise, we don't expect any pollution at all.

So, we have to stop polluting space and start cleaning it up.

And how to clean it up? We need intelligent suggestions, practical solutions, whatever the costs.

So, I guess it's up to the UN to take the initiative and launch a competition for the best possible approach - this is my first wish for today - and then start the actual process of cleaning up the mess, completely! No debris to be left in space!

And who will cover the costs (which surely will be astronomical)? Well, the answer seems clear: those countries which are responsible for the mess in the first place. That's Russia, the U.S. of America, China, France, India, Japan, and others. They have to pay, whatever the costs, no excuse!

For every rocket launched into space in the past, in the present and in the future (irrespective of the question whether it eventually caused any debris still orbiting the Earth or not), a tax of at least USD one million should be paid to a UN fund for he clean-up of space.

That's my second wish for today.

And with this I'm coming to my third wish for today.

My wish, which I present to you in the name of peace and justice, is that we stop sending rockets into space completely.

OK, now you'll say that I've gone off the rockets and onto bananas altogether. That's all right. Nevertheless, I mean it.

The question is: do we really need to continue polluting space? Polluting the moon? Polluting Venus, Mars? What for? In the name of what? In the name of science? In the name of curiosity? In the name of commercial interests?

I say: Let's leave it as it is. Let's concentrate on our needs here on Earth. Let's create Paradise on Earth, before we venture into space again.

Let's leave space alone for at least the next two thousand years! 

Such are my three wishes for today, which I present to you in the name of Peace and Justice, in the hope they may be fulfilled.

In the name of Peace and Justice, thank you!