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  • our current mayor of London has failed our communities and our younger generations by slashing budgets and breaking his promises.

    我們現任倫敦市長通過削減預算和違背承諾,讓我們的社區和年輕一代失望。

  • And I'm gonna talk about the detail because when he was elected in two thousand sixteen, he pledged to quote, invest in and protect use services in London.

    而我要談的是細節,因為當他在216年當選時,他承諾引用,投資和保護倫敦的使用服務。

  • Right now, this was five years ago.

    現在,這是五年前的事。

  • Instead, he's cut spending, He's closed our youth centers, and he is creating what is called a quote unquote lost generation.

    相反,他削減了開支,他關閉了我們的青年中心,他正在創造一個所謂的引用不引用的失落的一代。

  • It's unacceptable, and I'm gonna go into the details.

    這是不可接受的,我要去詳細說說。

  • Second, I want to show you the impact of his broken promises, and that increase includes an increase in youth crime.

    第二,我想讓你看看他違背承諾的影響,這種增加包括青少年犯罪的增加。

  • Recently, the one hundredth teenager was murdered on his watch.

    近日,第一百個少年在他的眼皮底下被殺。

  • This is unacceptable, and it's getting worse every year he's in power.

    這是不可接受的,而且他在位的每一年都在惡化。

  • Do you want three more years of that?

    你想再過三年這樣的日子嗎?

  • I think we know the answer.

    我想我們知道答案了。

  • Next, we've seen higher youth unemployment, and we've seen a mental health crisis for our Children.

    接下來,我們看到了更高的青年失業率,我們看到了我們兒童的心理健康危機。

  • Lastly, I want to give you my solution to community crisis.

    最後,我想給大家介紹一下我的社區危機解決方案。

  • I have a solution, and that is this.

    我有一個解決辦法,就是這個。

  • You have to understand that ineffective community requires five things.

    你要明白,無效的社區需要五點。

  • First of all, it requires people that wanna help.

    首先,它需要有人願意幫忙。

  • Secondly, you need people who need the help.

    其次,你需要需要幫助的人。

  • Thirdly, you need infrastructure.

    第三,你需要基礎設施。

  • Fourthly, you need communication.

    第四,你需要溝通。

  • And fifty, you need cash.

    還有50塊,你需要現金。

  • I have a solution for all five of those things and a way where we can open community centers, give our youth riel options and turn the city around and take it into the future.

    我有一個解決這五件事情的辦法,也有一個方法,我們可以開設社區中心,給我們的年輕人提供選擇,讓這個城市轉過來,走向未來。

  • I'm super excited to share these ideas with you, and I want to hear from you.

    我超興奮地與你分享這些想法,我想聽聽你的意見。

  • So we're streaming on a lot of social networks on right now.

    所以我們現在在很多社交網絡上流轉。

  • I want you to answer your questions are answered these questions right now, type them in the chat.

    我想讓你回答你的問題是現在回答這些問題,在哈拉中打。

  • I'm literally gonna read them out live while I'm here.

    我在這裡的時候,我真的要把他們現場讀出來。

  • First of all, tell me, what borough do you live in?

    首先,告訴我,你住在哪個區?

  • And what question would you like to ask me?

    那你想問我什麼問題呢?

  • Second, I want you to tell me, do you think the mayor has failed our communities and younger generation by slashing budgets and breaking his promises and tell me why next do you think it was right?

    第二,我想讓你告訴我,你認為市長削減預算,違背承諾,辜負了我們的社區和年輕一代,告訴我接下來為什麼你認為是對的?

  • Uh, recently for the police to detain us.

    呃,最近警察要扣留我們。

  • And I'm gonna tell you about that story recently.

    而我最近要給你講這個故事。

  • They find us and they told us we could no longer campaign.

    他們找到我們,告訴我們不能再競選了。

  • And finally, I want you to tell me, do you think that free and fair elections should take place on May six?

    最後,我想請你告訴我,你是否認為應該在5月6日舉行自由和公正的選舉?

  • Do we need new leadership?

    我們需要新的上司嗎?

  • Do we need new ideas?

    我們需要新的想法嗎?

  • And do we need to take London in a new direction?

    而我們是否需要把倫敦帶到一個新的方向?

  • So before we get started, I just want to give you an update.

    所以,在我們開始之前,我只想給你一個最新的消息。

  • I am streaming live from the digital battle bus, and this is something we created in order to effectively communicate with you and also for me to get out in these boroughs.

    我在數字戰車上進行直播,這是我們為了有效地與你們溝通,也為了讓我在這些區裡走出去而創造的。

  • It's great to be here and to get out on the streets and see the issues you're really facing because every borough is unique and you face challenges that are different than other boroughs.

    很高興來到這裡,走到街上,看到你們真正面臨的問題,因為每個區都是獨一無二的,你們面臨的挑戰與其他區不同。

  • And as your next mayor of London, I need to be here on the ground with you and understand what your struggles are.

    而作為你們的下一任倫敦市長,我需要在這裡和你們一起實地考察,瞭解你們的鬥爭。

  • And that's why I'm here digitally live with you so we can communicate.

    這就是為什麼我在這裡和你進行數字直播,這樣我們就可以交流了。

  • I'm literally gonna read all your comments out.

    我真的要把你的評論都讀出來。

  • I'm gonna be replying.

    我會回覆的。

  • This is a new way of doing politics.

    這是一種新的政治方式。

  • This is leaders that are accountable to the citizens.

    這就是對公民負責的上司。

  • And that's what I want to talk about today.

    這就是我今天要講的內容。

  • Unfortunately, on Sunday this past week, I was out actually in the street talking to my phone, doing one of my vlogs.

    不幸的是,在上個星期的週日,我在外面居然在街上對著手機說話,做著我的一個vlog。

  • You've seen me.

    你已經看到我了

  • I was doing this out on the streets and suddenly I was surrounded by ten police officers from the city of London police.

    我在街上做這個事情,突然我被倫敦市警察局的十名警察包圍了。

  • They arrived in five police fans and they stopped me and they said that I was not allowed to campaign right now, which seemed very strange to me.

    他們來了五個警察粉絲,他們攔住了我,他們說我現在不允許競選,我覺得很奇怪。

  • They stop me, they detained me.

    他們阻止我,他們拘留我。

  • They find me and my crew and they banned us from campaigning.

    他們找到我和我的隊員,禁止我們參加競選。

  • And we think that this is a fundamental violation of your democratic right.

    我們認為這是對你的民主權利的根本侵犯。

  • This is the birthplace of democracy, and yet free and fair elections cannot take place if you don't know who your candidates are.

    這裡是民主的發源地,然而如果你不知道你的候選人是誰,就無法進行自由公正的選舉。

  • And I said to the officer, and you can watch the video, it's been it's gone viral.

    我對警官說,你可以看視頻,它已經... ...它已經被病毒傳播了。

  • It's been watched hundreds of thousands of times.

    已經看了幾十萬遍了。

  • This story was reported by the BBC by the daily mail and news organizations all around the world.

    英國廣播公司(BBC)的這篇報道是由每日郵報和世界各地的新聞機構報道的。

  • I said to the officer, This seems politically motivated and he got very angry and loud with me and said, This is not political, this is not political, and yet it seemed like we were being way were being watched and followed and tracked and singled out because of our activity.

    我對警官說,這似乎是出於政治動機,他非常生氣,大聲對我說,這不是政治,這不是政治,但似乎我們被方式被監視和跟蹤,跟蹤和單挑出來,因為我們的活動。

  • We went on to speak with our legal team and we comprised this five page legal letter which I posted on Instagram a few days ago.

    我們繼續和我們的法律團隊溝通,我們組成了這封五頁的法律信件,幾天前我把它發在了Instagram上。

  • You could go read it in detail on this was sent to Commissioner Ian Dyson of the City of London Police Dame Cressida Dick, the commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, and Chief Constable Paul Crowther, the chief constable of the British Transport Police.

    你可以去詳細閱讀一下這個是發給倫敦市警察局長伊恩-戴森女士克蕾西達-迪克,大都會警察局長和英國運輸警察總警員保羅-克勞瑟。

  • They've all have been sent this.

    他們都已經收到了這個。

  • They've all written me back via email and acknowledged they have this and they've sent some responses back to me, which I'll be sharing with you shortly.

    他們都通過郵件給我回信,承認他們有這個能力,他們也給我回了一些回覆,我很快就會和大家分享。

  • So we decided to continue going on again.

    於是我們又決定繼續走下去。

  • We're doing this in one hundred percent co vid secure manner.

    我們這樣做是百分之百的安全方式。

  • This bus has an antiviral fog put throughout the whole structure.

    這輛公車的整個結構都放了抗病毒的霧。

  • Every night we have temperature checks.

    每天晚上我們都要檢查溫度。

  • When people come in face masks, sanitizers.

    當人們進來口罩、消毒液。

  • This is run like any film production set in London and there are a lot of them currently functioning.

    這就像在倫敦的任何電影製作現場一樣,目前有很多電影製作在運作。

  • So if Apple TV right now is filming a Siris in London doing the same protocols, why can't we do the same And that's why we pushed forward, even though on Tuesday our bus was pulled over by the Metropolitan Police.

    是以,如果Apple TV現在正在拍攝倫敦的Siris,做同樣的協議,為什麼我們不能做同樣的事情,這就是為什麼我們向前推進,即使在週二我們的公共汽車被大都會警察拉過來。

  • Just now in Bexley, we were followed by police, and every day we are being watched and followed by police.

    剛才在貝克斯利,我們被警察跟蹤,每天我們都被警察監視和跟蹤。

  • But we're willing to put this on the line and face potential arrests because we believe in your democratic right to choose.

    但我們願意把這個問題放在第一位,並面臨可能的逮捕,因為我們相信你的民主選擇權。

  • And that's why we're here today.

    這也是我們今天來這裡的原因。

  • Again.

    再來一次

  • We're doing this in a safe manner, and we encourage all other parties to continue campaigning in a safe manner.

    我們是以安全的方式進行的,我們鼓勵其他各方繼續以安全的方式進行競選。

  • This includes the Tories, the Labor Party, the Lib Dems, the green, all of us should be allowed to continue.

    包括保守黨、工黨、自民黨、綠黨,都應該讓我們繼續。

  • And lastly Ah, lot of you had asked me on this broad broadcast.

    最後啊,你們很多人都問過我這個廣電。

  • They said to you, Brian, when will you debate Sadiq Khan?

    他們對你說,布萊恩,你什麼時候和薩迪克-汗辯論?

  • When will you debate?

    你什麼時候辯論?

  • And it's funny.

    而且很有趣。

  • A lot of people have gone to the mayor's social feeds and they said, Why won't you debate Brian Rose?

    很多人都到市長的社交平臺上說,你為什麼不和布萊恩-羅斯辯論?

  • And so I just want to say I am happy to debate the current mayor of London any time anywhere.

    所以我只想說,我很樂意在任何時間任何地點與現任倫敦市長進行辯論。

  • Anyhow, all he has to do is give me the platform and the time and I'll be there and we are the only candidates were the only viable candidate that can oppose him at this moment.

    總之,他要做的就是給我平臺和時間,我會在那裡,我們是唯一的候選人,是目前唯一可以反對他的可行的候選人。

  • So it makes sense for the two of us to have a debate again.

    所以,我們兩個人再進行一次辯論是有意義的。

  • I'm gonna give you lots of facts and figures today on how I think he has failed.

    我今天會給你很多事實和數據,說明我認為他是如何失敗的。

  • If he believes that I'm wrong, I would love for him to tell me.

    如果他認為我錯了,我很想讓他告訴我。

  • And let's have an open and honest conversation.

    讓我們來開誠佈公地談一談。

  • You the voter can watch, and then you can make your decision that would make me happy.

    你這個選民可以看,然後你可以做出讓我高興的決定。

  • At least the democratic process is respected.

    至少民主程序得到了尊重。

  • So I challenge you, Mr Mayor, to a debate, your format, your place, your time.

    所以,市長先生,我向你提出挑戰,你的形式,你的地點,你的時間,來一場辯論。

  • We are ready and waiting for your response.

    我們已經準備好了,等待您的回覆。

our current mayor of London has failed our communities and our younger generations by slashing budgets and breaking his promises.

我們現任倫敦市長通過削減預算和違背承諾,讓我們的社區和年輕一代失望。

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