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How To Prepare For A Round The World Trip On A Motorcycle – Part 1

I'm gonna get you ready Chillie Are you decent? Good Hello everyone My name is Kinga Tanajewska And welcome to my channel On Her Bike In April 2017, I started my
round-the-world trip on this bike Named Chillie She's 800 GS And I thought it would be a great idea To Put this little video together To share with you My tips on how to prepare
for the round-the-world trip Quiet please Silence Silence Go away Don't come back You naughty bird So how to prepare for the
round-the-world trip? [Music ] So let's start with the most
common question people ask me How can I afford it? There are so many people
doing similar things There are people who travel overland,
round-the-world, long distance For a long time And everyone's got a different story
in different way Or Any money on the road So First option Save up your money and go I know Easy to say Not so easy to do I can relate to that because, I'm
hopeless with saving my money I can only spend them very well Second You can rent out your
place if you have one so you can live off rental fees I know sometimes
it's just not enough Third If you have property or
business you can just sell it And then you'll have a
big pile of money that will last you
for a long time What was the fourth? And the fourth one is Work You can work on the road You can work in the pubs You can work in the hostels You can work On the farms And the other way of
making money On the road is Being a Digital Nomad So Maybe a good photographer You can Do that And sell your art or if you're a
video maker you can do that Well This is kind of how I'm earning
money as well on the road Thanks to you guys, because you're
watching my videos on YouTube I make money on that and that's
actually quite good income Per month And the fifth one is you
can set up a patreon or GoFundMe site where people can just
donate money for your travels Because they believe in you
because they enjoy your content Or Your videos Or whatever you can 
offer them I personally don't feel
comfortable with having Patrons site or GoFundMe site, but this is just
my way to connect with people There's nothing wrong with that, it's your trip you 
have to make a call if you feel uncomfortable A lot of you guys be spending
your money on your fuel and go Far As far as you can And for that I set up
my online shop My t-shirt shop Because from every
item I earn ten dollars And that ten dollars goes towards
video production, buying new gear Because I keep breaking it Another question I get asked a lot Why I started this And Really if it wasn't for the fact
that my personal life fell apart And I Had a head-on collision
with a car, I have Broken hand, broken leg My relationship fell apart, I have really
stressful job, I had meltdown at work I was really, really depressed And That took a year for me to recover
from all this sort of trauma and Bad experiences But after I got my Compensation money from the insurance I just 
thought this is the you know, moment now or never I've got the money, I've got the
time, work can wait Relationship is over, I'm going And That was My call I thought That's it Now or Never This is the time to do it
and I don't regret it I start a new life and I Enjoy So much I don't know when 
I'm going to actually stop So That's how I started and that's how I
had my initial money for this road So my budget If you take overall Per year I'm spending Twenty five thousand
American dollars For Food, accommodation Fuel Visas Gear Everything So when you think about it
this money would never last you In Australia or the
States or Europe It's just not possible because
you've got bills to pay You've got rental to pay You've got lots of lots of
stuff to pay for Here My only, the only problem I have every
day is where I'm gonna get fuel What I'm gonna eat, where I'm gonna 
sleep that's it that's my problems for the day So traveling Overland, around-the-world or whatever 
traveling you want to name it It doesn't have to
cost you much I camp a lot, I stay with
people a lot I sustain cheap hostels
on bunk bed So Really my living cost here in
Africa are twenty dollars Twenty five max of your
accommodation and food So it's really not that much
when you think about it Documentation So what documents we need to travel of
course we need a passport or two passports I'm lucky enough I've got dual citizenship so I've got Australian
passport and a bit of Polish passport But please do research because some of the
countries allow you to have two passports So In Australia you can be
issued with two passports And the good thing about it is sometimes
you're applying for visas as you go And sometimes you need to send away your
passport and you don't have it for a couple of weeks But you still have the second one so
we can keep traveling without wasting time So this is really good if you have the
chance, get yourself two passports All right, second document is your driving license of
course you have to have original driving license with you My learner's from Australia applies
the international driving license permit You apply for this one In a country where your original
driving license is from Sometimes on the borders
I've been asked Original ones sometimes For international ones So it's important to
travel with both Pay document in your
registration paper My bike is registered in Australia so this 
is how our registration paper looks like Got me in trouble a few time because Some offices at the border wouldn't believe Me That this is the registration paper but that's
how it is, that's how we roll in Australia So You need to carry your
registration documents Cash Additionally If you're going through countries where
Carnet de Passage is required You need to carry
Carnet de Passage This document is giving headache
to so many travelers Carnet de Passage is a document 
basically sort of like a booklet And then The way it works you cross
the border you show that one And the custom
officer stamps Stamps it here Put the date when you entered and then
on the way out it stamps that the bike Left the country Not all the countries require Carnet de Passage
Only few of them in the world actually You really need to
plan your route And your timing right because 
this document is valid One year and it cost a lot
of money and there is no rule How much money it cost because that really
depending on the rules in your country So for example my one is from Australia 
and I paid for it fifteen hundred dollars Of which five hundred
is a deposit So Once I bring my bike back to Australia
I will get five hundred dollars back So basically that cost me a thousand dollars 
and I will never get this money back And this is my second one so
I already wasted two grand But that's Aussie rules In Europe it's different
In Europe you pay a Deposit of the value of the bike So some countries you will
have to put hundred percent The value of the bike deposit
which you know could be Ten, twenty thousand depending
on the bike you're traveling on In some countries they're
gonna required fifty percent Some country they're gonna
require thirty percent deposit And they will give you this money
back once you're back to the country So sort of you
freezes your Your deposit For the amount of time
that you're traveling The reason for that is They Countries like Egypt, Iran, Sudan And all the ones that required
Carnet de Passage They just want to make sure
you will not sell this bike In their countries This is sort of like a passport
for your motorcycle So you stamp it on the way
in and on the way out And then you will get the deposit
back once you're back on the trip At the moment, I'm in a situation
where my Carnet de Passage is expired And I'll already crossed the countries
that's required Carnet de Passage And I don't want to spend another $1,500 On third Carnet de Passage Sure, it's much easier to travel because you 
just sort of in and out and in and out and At the borders in Africa and that
much it's much much easier but Then again I just don't want
to spend that money again If you don't have Carnet de passage and you're
traveling through African countries for example Or even Russia, a lot of for Soviet countries
they do the exactly the same thing They issue you with the TIP TIP is Temporary Import Permit So basically, it's a declaration That they take your VIN number And they take all the
details of your bike Engine capacity, and all sort of stuff
that sort of stuff and then they sort of You sign in, you fill that out, or they
fill it out for you and you sign in And then you're good to go
and to entry the country So pretty much it's like a
permit for your bike to enter So this is what I've been doing
for the last six months Since my Carnet expired In terms of insurance Well I do not have comprehensive
insurance for the bike I don't even know if such insurance
exists to cover the whole world But I do buy third-party insurance
at the borders as I cross them And it really depends on The continent you're
traveling through In Europe you have green
card which covers you for Majority of the EU countries And I think few others Which are not in EU And it's quite expensive but
you have to have it because One police stops you
you will have to show that They've got something similar in Africa
as well, the insurance is called Comesa And it Covers you for around
13 countries So It's Really handy to just purchase
one and you name the cover And I really wouldn't suggest you traveling
through Africa without third-party insurance They will not ask you majority
of the time no one will even ask you If you have it but I strongly
suggest you buying it Because if you will hurt
someone on the road I don't know what
they're gonna do to you Like it's a very big risk I've heard stories people
went to jail and they We're there for a long, long time
So it's better to have it, cover yourself All the other insurance are really
purchasable as they go on the borders So Passport Driving license International driving license Carnet Or your registration paper or
filling out the TIP And Purchase insurance at the border Easy And pretty much all the
border crossings are the same So the same procedure and maybe
except for Egypt and Sudan That's a completely different story
but I'm not gonna get missed out on that You can read my blog
there's lots of details there You ready? Health Before the start of my trip
I had few vaccines done Polio, Salmonella
Hepatitis A and B Cholera and Yellow fever Yellow fever
it's very important Vaccine for African continent when you're getting that
vaccine done you will receive this booklet It's called International Certificate
of Vaccination for yellow fever So what your doctors supposed
to do is he's supposed to sign it And put a stamp on
when you had it done So it's very important to keep this booklet with
you all the time, as you're crossing the borders Because you might be asked for it.

once you've been to African continent It's very important to have the booklet
pretty much everywhere you go if you go If you go to Australia, they might ask you
for it once they see the stems from Africa Then they're gonna ask for that
So always have it with you In terms of health insurance For majority of my time
I've been using Insurance called
World Nomads I'm actually very
happy with them I had surgery done in Kazakhstan and
I had some medical tests done in Israel And they always Reimburse me money
after my claims So I never had problems with them it cost me
around 800 to 1,200 Aussie dollars per year Depending on which countries I take for the
year, so of course if I'm travelling through Europe The fees gonna be more expensive
because it's much more expensive to To get medical care in European
countries than for example Central Asia How to plan your Accommodation I just tend to go
with the flow I do a lot of wall camping if it feels right I just set up my tent if I find a nice spot and there's no one around no one can see me I'll just sit up if it doesn't feel right I just came by the camping grounds I stay at hostels cheap hotels cabins like this So How do I plan it? I normally tend to
use two applications One it's Maps.me which
is an offline map That I use for navigation
as well and it shows you Hotels, hostels, and camping grounds
in the areas you're going through So that's good But there's no
extra information Another one is called 'ioverlander'
and this is an awesome map The way it works all the overlanders that
going through the country contribute Their own opinion on places they stayed
and that could be a wild camping That could be camping
ground, that could be Hotel, hostel whatever
that is And the information is that, they'll
already tell you what's the price What are the
facilities there Is there a Wi-Fi? Is there reception? Is there hot water?
All those sort of things So really before you go to the place you already
know all the information, so that's really really handy I also tend to stay with the locals and
that's the best part of my journey really And I try to do at least
once in every country How do I stay with the locals?
Well, majority of this invites, I get online On my social media channels Our Biking community
is really close And And I'm sure if you're active on social media
you will get these invites as well There's no better way of knowing
the country and its culture Than staying with the locals
and see how they live See Their point of view On their own home Or sometimes people just
invite me on the street Just To have a meal with them
or to stay for the night You just meet people along
the way, just be open Engage with the locals, it's
the best part of the journey So what do I eat? Food I'm probably the last person you need advice
how we should feed ourselves on the road Have that really bad
habits, I only eat I tend to eat twice a day
when I'm on the road So basically what
I would do I would fill this by half Coffee, biscuit or whatever
I have, just like nibbles And then, I would stop in the middle of the
day and I would have sort of lunch/dinner And that would
be a big meal I tend to just stop in local
restaurants, bars, petrol stations Whatever I can you know whatever
it's on my way And I feel like Sure there's always a risk that
I can get food poisoning Especially In Central Asia
I got a lot of that In Africa happened to me a
couple of times too, so look I think if you if you
have void meat Especially in countries
where there's no power And there's no like the refrigerators are
not working like if you're here for example If meat was served
everywhere but no power So I just, I would just you
know eating only vegetarian I also carry with me
emergency food which sort of Takes half of my pannier I'm running low at the moment I
haven't been shopping for a while But, normally I
would tend to have Canned fish, because you can
just eat it without cooking Eat some noodles Red lentils Just dried pasta Just dry stuff, that you can just cook
it with I don't know you can just buy onion Or you just can add
some spices in oil That'll be right So I'm carrying
with me fuel stove So I can fill that up with fuel At any petrol station, like my bike
I just fill up this one as well So it's easy to use And you don't have to worry
about these gas cylinders So I think it's over
landing is the best way To go I just look like I know
what I'm doing but Not really [Music] I wound up Woah Okay At the end of my video, I wanted to
answer some of your questions That you guys asked me On Instagram just recently So question number one is
Are you scared to travel alone? No, I'm not Actually I don't think I could
do it any other way 'Cuz the freedom
is priceless You don't need to
wait for anyone But Of course there's
always a risk You know you can be hit by a car
in front of your house, you can be Bashed up in a nightclub You can, I don't know Things can happen to anyone
no matter where you go, right? So there's no point
of worrying about it You know, you've
got two choices First one, you can either do it
yourself and leave your life Or a second one you
can just sit at home Keep doing nothing and
watch other people doing it so No, I'm not scared Of course there are a Few Situations where I was actually concerned about my
safety, and that only happened on three occasions In three year time So I think that's
pretty good effort But the only tip I've
got for you guys is Listen to your guts
listen to your intuition If Place doesn't feel right Don't stay there If people don't feel right
don't hang out with them And there's something about
traveling on a motorcycle My bike is my safety net Most of the time when Men see me on such big
more loaded motorcycle That probably they're not
capable of riding themselves They feel intimidated
which is a good thing So I hardly ever get problems of the borders
or I hardly get problems with the police So it's actually the
advantage I think To be a solo woman
on a motorcycle Because it's sort of like
people really respect you And there's something about being by
yourself that people want to care for you And they want to make
sure you're okay So I think it's a great
experience and no I'm not scared at all there's
nothing to be scared about, trust me Okay Question number two Why do I have a delay
in YouTube channel? I've got two good
reasons for that First of all, the internet
is not good enough Majority of the places have been
on African continent in the last year The internet
was too weak Or there was none So The only The only thing I could actually do on 
the road was publish a post on On Instagram and Facebook and
sometimes do a story That's it And another reason is
I'm working with editor So for me to release a video if I had to
do it by myself, it's two weeks of work To go through
all the content Through all my
five cameras Pick the footage
I want, edit it Process So this is how
slow I am It would take me at
least two weeks So if wasn't for my editor Yohana
from Romania she's also Greetings Yohana, if it
wasn't for her and her help You would never see any
footage from my trip So the way I work
with Yohana is I'm uploading
stuff on clouds And to do that I have
to fly somewhere Every six months
to do that so She's got content for another six
months and I can continue from traveling So once Yohana receives
the contents in Romania She's just going through all the
content cuts it down to hour and a half And then this is the moment where
I'm hopping in to the process and She will send me this hour and a half
and then I'll just divide it in five Whatever episodes
and we'll tell her Add this epic, add this
caption, move this here Move that there Cut that, do that So I'm still quite involved
in the process of Of editing my videos And one episode just working with
Yohana, it takes us still two days So it's massive amount of work I think people
don't realize how much work is involved When you're starting To create YouTube videos especially when
you're using five cameras And that's just a lot of content
a lot of things to go through so That's why my
content is delayed Probably around 7-8 months
but I'm getting better now Question number three How do you deal with men wanting
sex in exchange for offering assistance? I don't know No one ever
offered me this There is something
wrong with me Way to go [Music] And this is the end of my first video how to 
prepare for the round-the-world trip Thank you so much for joining me
please subscribe to my channel And join me on
Facebook and Instagram On my second video, I'll be covering
all the gear I've got on my bike And also my riding gear, I will
cover how to ship your bike To the world What are the options And How to organize tires on the road and
How to become a sponsored rider So please Stay tuned Testing, testing
One, two, three One, two, three And that's really important Like [Inaudible] And now in terms of health
insurance for majority of my travels So it's very important I am covered with
Greg Nomads World Nomads Okay Behind the scenes Woooah I'm so professional, hey All right And this is the end of my first video
thank you so much guys for watching I'm tired [Music]

Hans Rosling: Global Population Growth, Box By Box

Vertaler: Jeta Rudi Recensent: Helena Bedalli Ik herinner me nog een dag op school toen de leraar het ons vertelde die de wereldbevolking had bereikt 3 miljard mensen, het was het jaar 1960. ik zal praten over hoe de wereldbevolking sinds dat jaar is veranderd en hoe het in de toekomst zal blijven veranderen, maar ik zal geen technologie gebruiken, zoals ik deed in mijn eerste vijf TED-lezingen. In plaats daarvan maakte ik vorderingen en vandaag verschijnt een nieuwe onderwijstechnologie dat ik van IKEA heb geleerd: deze doos. Deze doos bevat een miljard mensen. En de leraar vertelde ons dat ontwikkelde wereld, in 1960, er waren een miljard mensen. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + er zijn twee miljard mensen. En toen woonden ze ver weg. Er was een grote opening in het midden van een miljard mensen in de ontwikkelde wereld en twee miljard in de derde wereld. In de ontwikkelde wereld mensen waren gezond, geschoold, rijk, en had kleine gezinnen. En hun doel was om auto te kopen. En in 1960 waren alle Zweden geld aan het sparen om zo'n Volvo te kopen.

Dit was het economische niveau waarop Zweden was. Maar in tegenstelling tot dit, in de derde wereld, zo ver weg, de bedoeling van gewone gezinnen daar was om voor die dag eten te hebben. Ze besparen geld om een ​​paar schoenen te kopen. Er was een enorme kloof in de wereld waar ik ben opgegroeid. En deze kloof tussen het Westen en de rest heeft een wereldbeeld van de wereld gecreëerd, die we nog steeds in de taal gebruiken als we het hebben over het 'Westen' en "The Developing World." Maar de wereld is veranderd en sinds wanneer moest dit wereldbeeld veranderen, en deze classificatie van de wereld, en we moeten het begrijpen. Dat is wat ik je vandaag wil vertellen, want sinds 1960 wat er in de wereld gebeurde tot 2010 is dat ze op het podium zijn gekomen nog eens 4 miljard mensen die zijn toegevoegd aan de wereldbevolking. Kijk hoeveel.

De wereldbevolking is verdubbeld sinds de tijd dat ik op school zat. Natuurlijk is er in het Westen economische groei geweest. Veel bedrijven hebben de economie laten groeien, dus de bevolking van het Westen is hierheen verschoven. Nu is hun doel niet alleen om een ​​auto te hebben. Nu willen ze vakantie op afgelegen plekken en willen vliegen. Dus hier zijn ze vandaag. En de meest succesvolle ontwikkelingslanden, ze zijn doorgegaan, en zijn wat we nu de meest succesvolle economieën noemen. Ze kopen nu auto's. Wat is er een maand geleden gebeurd was dat het Chinese bedrijf Geely die Volvo heeft gekocht, en de Zweden realiseerden zich dat eindelijk er was iets groots gebeurd in de wereld. (Gelach) Dus hier zijn ze. Maar de tragedie is die twee miljard hier nog steeds aan het worstelen voor eten en schoenen, ze zijn nog steeds bijna zo arm zoals ze 50 jaar geleden waren. Het nieuwe is dat we hebben de meeste mensen, deze 3 miljard hier, die ook succesvolle opkomende economieën worden, omdat ze redelijk gezond zijn, relatief geschoold, en zelfs zij hebben slechts 2-3 kinderen voor een vrouw, zoals de rijken. Dus hun doel is nu natuurlijk een fiets kopen, en later wil ook van een motorfiets.

Maar dit is de wereld die we vandaag hebben, dus er zijn geen hiaten meer. Maar de afstand tot de armsten hier, voor de rijksten hier is het groter dan ooit. Maar er is een constante wereld van wandelen tot fietsen, rijden, vliegen – er zijn mensen op alle niveaus, en de meeste mensen zitten er ergens tussenin. Dit is de nieuwe wereld die we vandaag hebben in 2010. Wat gebeurt er in de toekomst? Nou, ik zou het voorspellen tot 2050. Ik was onlangs in Shanghai, en ik luisterde naar wat er in China gebeurde, en het lijkt zeker dat ze ons zullen bereiken, toen Japan ons bereikte. Alle voorspellingen zeggen dat dit miljard zich zal ontwikkelen 1 tot 2 of 3 procent. Maar deze anderen zullen met 7 à 8 procent groeien en hier komen. Ze gaan vliegen. En deze hier ontwikkelingslanden met lage en middeninkomens, ook zij zullen economisch blijven groeien. En als, maar alleen als, we investeren in de juiste groene technologie – om grote klimaatverandering te voorkomen, en of energie nog steeds relatief goedkoop zal zijn – dan zullen ze hierheen verhuizen. En ze gaan kopen elektrische machines. Dit is wat we zullen vinden. Maar hoe gaat het gebeuren met de twee armste miljardairs? Hoe wordt het voor hen gedaan? Zullen ze verder gaan? Welnu, hier komt de kwestie van de bevolkingsgroei omdat we daar 2-3 kinderen per vrouw hebben, gezinsplanning wordt veel gebruikt, en de bevolkingsgroei stagneert.

Hier zet de bevolkingsgroei zich voort. Dus deze twee miljard in de komende decennia, zal drie miljard bereiken, en daarna zal oplopen tot vier miljard. Er is niks – behalve een nucleaire oorlog van het soort dat we nog nooit hebben gezien – dat kan deze groei stoppen. Terwijl het groeiproces doorgaat. Wat als, en alleen als, de armsten komen uit de armoede, worden opgeleid en de overlevingskans van kinderen neemt toe, ze kunnen fietsen en mobiele telefoons kopen en hier komen wonen, dan bevolkingsgroei stopt in 2050. We kunnen geen mensen hebben op dit niveau op zoek naar voedsel en schoenen want dan zal de bevolkingsgroei doorgaan. En laat me je vertellen waarom teruggaan naar de oude methode van digitale technologie Hier op het scherm ik heb plaatsen in bellen. Elke bubbel is een plaats. Grootte geeft populatie aan. Kleuren geven continenten aan. Geel geeft Noord- en Zuid-Amerika aan; gesloten blauw is Afrika; bruin is Europa; groen is het Midden-Oosten en lichtblauw is Zuid-Azië.

Dit is India en dit is China. Grootte is populatie. Hier is het aantal kinderen per vrouw: 2, 4, 6 en 8 kinderen – grote gezinnen, kleine gezinnen. Het jaar is 1960. En hier beneden is het overleven van kinderen, percentage kinderen dat de kindertijd overleeft totdat ze naar school gaan: 60, 70, 80 en 90 procent, en bijna 100 procent zoals vandaag het geval is in rijkere landen met gezondere mensen. Maar kijk, dit is de wereld waarover de leraar ons in 1960 vertelde: een miljard uit het Westen hier – hoog percentage overleefde kinderen, kleine gezinnen – en alle anderen, de regenboog van de derde wereld, met hele grote gezinnen en met een overlevingskans van kleine kinderen. Wat is er gebeurd? Ik begin de wereld. Alsjeblieft. Zie je dat met het verstrijken van de jaren het overlevingspercentage van kinderen toeneemt? Ze hebben zeep, hygiëne, onderwijs, vaccin, penicilline en dan gezinsplanning. De gezinsgrootte neemt af. Wanneer ze 90% van de overlevingskansen van kinderen bereiken, krimpen gezinnen, en de meeste Arabische staten in het Midden-Oosten valt naar gezinsgrootte. Kijk, Bangladesh bezet India. De hele derde wereld sluit zich aan bij de wereld van het Westen met een goede overleving van het kind en kleine gezinsgrootte, maar we hebben nog steeds een miljard armere mensen.

Zie je een miljard armere mensen, die twee dozen die ik hier had? Ze zijn er nog steeds. En ze hebben nog steeds de overleving van kinderen tot 70-80%, wat betekent dat als je 6 kinderen hebt, er zullen er minstens 4 overleven tot de volgende generatie. En de bevolking zal in een generatie verdubbelen. Dus de enige manier om de groei van de wereldbevolking te stoppen is om de overleving van kinderen te blijven verbeteren tot 90 procent.

Daarom investeringen van de Gates Foundation, van UNICEF en andere hulporganisaties, samen met de regeringen van de armste landen, zijn zo goed; omdat ze eigenlijk helpen ons bereiken een stabiele omvang van de wereldbevolking. We kunnen stoppen bij $ 9 miljard als we het juiste doen. Overleven van kinderen is het nieuwe groen. Alleen door het voortbestaan ​​van kinderen we kunnen de bevolkingsgroei stoppen. Zal dit gebeuren? Nou, ik ben niet optimistisch Ik ben niet eens pessimistisch. Ik ben voorstander van wat er het meest waarschijnlijk zal gebeuren. In deze nieuwe categorie verwijderen we emoties, en we werken gewoon analytisch met de wereld.

Kan gedaan worden. We kunnen een eerlijkere wereld hebben. Met groene technologie en met investeringen om armoede te bestrijden, en mondiale overheid, op deze manier kan de wereld gemaakt worden. En kijk naar de positie van het oude westen. Je herinnert je nog dat deze blauwe doos alleen was de wereld leiden, zijn eigen leven leiden. Dit zal niet meer gebeuren. De rol van het oude Westen in de nieuwe wereld is om de basis te worden van de moderne wereld Niets meer niets minder.

Maar het is een heel belangrijke rol. Doe het goed en wen er maar aan. Heel erg bedankt! (Applaus).