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  • today I want to talk about something called Elton's and low traffic neighborhoods, and it really is a sign of sometimes how City Hall, how the mayor is not in touch with what people are struggling with actually here on the ground.

    今天,我想談的東西叫埃爾頓的和低流量的社區,它真的是一個標誌,有時如何市政廳,市長是如何不接觸什麼人正在努力與實際這裡的地面。

  • And yesterday I was out with my team on the battle bus again in 100% Covitz Secure Way, and we were dropping off food to the ST John's Food Bank and our good friend Alan Simpson was there and we were dropping off food to him.

    而昨天,我和我的團隊又在100%科維茨安全路的戰車上,我們在給ST約翰的食物銀行送食物,我們的好朋友艾倫-辛普森也在那裡,我們給他送食物。

  • We had a lot of tin vegetables.

    我們吃了很多錫菜。

  • We had ah, lot of goods for his people.

    我們有啊,很多貨物給他的人。

  • And as I was getting back on the bus, there was a man named Mark and he was shouting over to me and he said, Brian, do you know what's going on with these?

    當我回到車上的時候,有一個叫馬克的人,他對我大喊,他說,布萊恩,你知道這些是怎麼回事嗎?

  • Lt ends.

    Lt結束。

  • They're ruining our neighborhoods and I had to stop and I wanted to listen to him, and I'll be honest.

    他們毀了我們的社區,我不得不停下來,我想聽他的,我會說實話。

  • Mark was really angry.

    馬克真的很生氣。

  • And Mark, I hope you're watching this because I appreciate you coming over.

    馬克,我希望你在看這個節目,因為我很感謝你過來。

  • You know, Thio, tell me these things and I appreciate you taking the time.

    你知道,Thio,告訴我這些事情,我很感激你花時間。

  • And he was really frustrated because these lt Ends, which are basically a forced way of removing traffic from neighborhoods, were actually stopping him from visiting his family.

    他真的很沮喪,因為這些 "終點站",基本上是一種強行將交通從社區中移除的方式,實際上阻止了他探親。

  • They were stopping.

    他們停了下來。

  • Um, an ambulance is getting to emergencies.

    嗯,救護車是去急救的。

  • They were actually bankrupting businesses because there wasn't enough traffic or flow, and they were actually increasing emissions as well.

    他們實際上是在讓企業破產,因為沒有足夠的交通和流量,他們實際上也在增加排放。

  • And so it really highlighted a fact.

    所以它真的突出了一個事實。

  • And it wasn't just Mark.

    不僅僅是馬克。

  • Everyone that walked by Mark were shouting over there, same concerns.

    每個走過馬克身邊的人都在那邊大喊,同樣的關注。

  • And this was everyone, including cyclists were saying these air a bad idea.

    而這是每個人,包括騎車人都說這些空氣是個壞主意。

  • No one's listening to us.

    沒有人聽我們的。

  • The mayor has got this wrong, but he doesn't care, and he doesn't listen to the citizens.

    市長把這個事情弄錯了,但他並不在意,也不聽市民的意見。

  • And so I thought I would talk about some of these local issues today.

    所以我想今天我就談談這些地方的一些問題。

  • And I'm gonna talk about him with you again.

    我再跟你說說他。

  • Leave your comments below.

    請在下方留言。

  • I'll be coming through with a few questions.

    我將帶著幾個問題過來。

  • Now we are right now to bring you up to speed on our digital battle bus, and this is our 100% covitz secure way of getting out there and going to every single borough and campaigning and talking about the issues we plan to do this weeks ago.

    現在我們現在要帶大家瞭解一下我們的數字戰車,這是我們100%科維茲安全的方式,讓大家走出去,到每一個區去競選,談論我們幾周前計劃做的事情。

  • And yet about 9 10 days ago.

    然而大約9 10天前。

  • Now it was Sunday, one week ago Sunday.

    現在是星期天,一個星期前的星期天。

  • Um, I was out in the borough of Southwark.

    嗯,我在南華克區。

  • I was actually walking down the street alone, talking to my phone like I do when I record my videos for you every day.

    其實我是一個人走在街上,像每天給你錄視頻時一樣,對著手機說話。

  • And I was suddenly surrounded by 10 city of London police officers.

    我突然被10名倫敦市的警察包圍了。

  • Five police vans came around and they said that you cannot do this.

    五輛警車圍了過來,他們說你們不能這樣做。

  • And I said, Well, wait a second.

    我說,嗯,等一下。

  • We've got film permits.

    我們已經得到了電影許可證。

  • We've got permits to park here.

    我們已經得到了許可,可以在這裡停車。

  • What do you mean?

    什麼意思?

  • They said you are not allowed to campaign.

    他們說你不能參加競選。

  • They stopped me.

    他們阻止了我。

  • They find me and my team.

    他們找到我和我的團隊。

  • They detained us, and they banned us from campaigning.

    他們扣留我們,禁止我們參加競選。

  • And we thought to ourselves or something.

    而我們心裡想的還是什麼。

  • Not fair about this.

    這一點不公平。

  • So we've got with our legal team.

    所以我們和我們的法律團隊。

  • When we created this five page legal letter, we sent this out to the three commissioners of the major police forces here in London.

    當我們寫出這封長達5頁的法律信件時,我們把這封信寄給了倫敦這裡的三個主要警察部隊的專員。

  • We sent it out to Commissioner Ian Dyson of the City of London police that actually find and detain us.

    我們把它發給了倫敦市警察局的伊恩-戴森局長,他實際上是發現並拘留了我們。

  • We sent it out to Dame Cressida Dick of the Metropolitan Police and, of course, Chief Constable Paul Crowther as well of the British transport police.

    我們把它發給了大都會警察局的克蕾西達-迪克女士,當然還有英國交通警察局長保羅-克勞瑟。

  • And we said we believe we do have the legal right to campaign in our digital battle bus.

    而且我們說,我們相信我們確實有合法的權利在我們的數字戰車上進行活動。

  • And we're going to continue doing this because we're doing this in 100% covitz.

    而我們要繼續做下去,因為我們要做的是100%的科維茲。

  • Safeway, each one of these commissioners has acknowledged the receipt of this and we have been campaigning every single day because we know we're following the letter of the law.

    賽維公司,這些專員每個人都承認收到了這個,我們每天都在進行宣傳,因為我們知道我們是在遵守法律條文。

  • We have been pulled over by the Metropolitan Police.

    我們被大都會警察攔下了。

  • We have been followed by police, but we have not stopped.

    我們一直被警察跟蹤,但我們沒有停下來。

  • And they cannot stop because we believe this is your democratic right to choose your leaders.

    他們不能停止,因為我們相信這是你們選擇領導人的民主權利。

  • We believe in free and fair elections.

    我們相信自由和公平的選舉。

  • And if if your candidates can campaign well, how can you choose?

    而如果如果你的候選人能競選好,你又該如何選擇呢?

  • And that's why we are out here on the road.

    這也是為什麼我們在這裡上路。

  • We could be pulled over at any time.

    我們隨時可能被攔下。

  • We could be arrested at any time, But we believe that democracy is important.

    我們隨時可能被逮捕,但我們相信民主是重要的。

  • And so we're coming out to you and doing this and so far so good.

    所以我們出來找你做這件事,到目前為止還不錯。

  • But we're we're we understand what we're doing every day.

    但我們我們每天都明白自己在做什麼。

  • Um, like I said, we think it's important if you don't have the information.

    嗯,就像我說的,我們認為這很重要,如果你沒有資訊。

  • If you don't know enough about your candidates How can you vote on May 6?

    如果你對候選人不夠了解 5月6日怎麼投票?

  • That's 94 days from today and we want you to go ahead and be able to vote for your candidate even if it's supposed to vote.

    距離今天還有94天,我們希望你能去投給你的候選人,即使是應該投票。

  • That's fine.

    這很好。

  • But the current mayor has been unelected for the past year.

    但現任市長在過去的一年裡一直沒有當選。

  • That is not undemocratic in my mind, and the last thing we need is them to postpone the elections or for them to stop us from campaigning.

    在我看來,這並不是不民主,我們最不需要的就是他們延後選舉或阻止我們競選。

  • As I told the city of London police officer, I believe that this move is political and he said, No, this is nothing political about that is quite quite loud.

    正如我對倫敦市警官說的,我相信此舉是政治性的,他說,不,這沒有什麼政治性,這是很響亮的。

  • It got quite angry and I said This feels like a political move like we're being singled out because I believe our ideas are resonating with you, the citizens and that's why we're continuing.

    它相當生氣,我說這感覺就像一個政治行動,就像我們被挑出來一樣,因為我相信我們的想法是與你,公民的共鳴,這就是為什麼我們要繼續。

  • So I just want to say thank you so much for everybody, for your support.

    所以我只想說非常感謝大家,感謝你們的支持。

  • If you want to learn more about 100% Covitz secure Battle bus, you could go and watch my videos I put out on my YouTube channel and we're going to keep going.

    如果你想了解更多關於100%科威茲安全戰車的資訊,你可以去看我在YouTube頻道放出的視頻,我們會繼續努力。

  • We believe democracy must be preserved again.

    我們認為必須再次維護民主。

  • Free and fair elections on May 6.

    5月6日舉行自由和公正的選舉。

  • And we encourage all parties to join us and safely campaign for the May 6 elections.

    並鼓勵各方加入我們的行列,安全競選5月6日的選舉。

  • So now I want to ask you some questions again.

    所以現在我想再問你一些問題。

  • This is live right now.

    現在是現場直播。

  • I'm literally going through these neighborhoods.

    我真的是要通過這些社區。

  • I'm at the South Wimbledon underground station as we speak.

    我在南溫布爾登地鐵站,因為我們說話。

  • You can see it right over the back of me right now as we make this turn.

    在我們轉彎的時候,你可以看到它就在我的後面。

  • Um, it's great to be here.

    嗯,這是偉大的在這裡。

  • Um, it's great to be, I guess we're in the borough of Merton now, if you're writing your Wimbledon so great to be here, so answer this question.

    嗯,這是偉大的,我想我們現在在默頓區,如果你在寫你的溫布爾登這麼偉大的地方,所以回答這個問題。

  • First of all, tell me, what's the borough you live in and what is the biggest challenge you face?

    首先,告訴我,你住在哪個區,你面臨的最大挑戰是什麼?

  • And what's the question you wanna ask me?

    你想問我什麼問題?

  • Second, tell me, are you frustrated with these low traffic neighborhoods?

    第二,告訴我,你是不是對這些人流量少的小區很失望?

  • These lt ends.

    這些結束。

  • Are you frustrated with the mayor's street space scheme that he pushed through during the pandemic and was just struck down by the high court is being illegal.

    你是不是對市長的街道空間計劃感到失望,他在大流行期間推行的計劃,剛剛被高等法院駁回是違法的。

  • And are you frustrated with other mandates coming from the mayor from the top floor of his glass office without consulting local residents and tell me why second or third Lee do you think it was right for the police to detain us, find us and ban us from campaigning some nine days ago?

    而你是否對市長從他的玻璃辦公室頂層傳來的其他任務感到沮喪,沒有徵求當地居民的意見,並告訴我為什麼第二或第三李你認為警察在大約九天前拘留我們,找到我們並禁止我們參加競選活動是正確的?

  • And do you think this was politically motivated?

    你認為這是有政治動機的嗎?

  • And lastly, I want you to tell me, do you think free and fair elections should take place on May 6?

    最後,我想請你告訴我,你認為5月6日應該舉行自由公正的選舉嗎?

  • And do you think we need new leadership, new ideas, a new direction and an independent voice?

    你認為我們需要新的上司、新的理念、新的方向和獨立的聲音嗎?

  • Tell me that and leave your comments below.

    告訴我,並在下面留下你的評論。

  • I'm gonna be reading them out very shortly.

    我很快就會把它們讀出來。

today I want to talk about something called Elton's and low traffic neighborhoods, and it really is a sign of sometimes how City Hall, how the mayor is not in touch with what people are struggling with actually here on the ground.

今天,我想談的東西叫埃爾頓的和低流量的社區,它真的是一個標誌,有時如何市政廳,市長是如何不接觸什麼人正在努力與實際這裡的地面。

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