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  • watch out for all the ridiculous closed roads in Ealing.

    小心所有可笑的封閉道路在Ealing。

  • Then when you get in his mayor have a word with the greedy, useless morons in Ealing Council and tell them to scrap the L Tien's please unquote see Baroni.

    然後等你進了他的市長,跟伊靈市議會那些貪婪無用的蠢貨們說說,讓他們取消L Tien's請不要引用Baroni。

  • I so much appreciate that comment.

    我非常感謝你的評論。

  • And again, I'm literally here live with you on these digital platforms, reading out a comment I've never read before.

    再一次,我真的在這裡和你一起在這些數字平臺上直播,讀出一條我從未讀過的評論。

  • This is leadership like you've never seen it before.

    這就是你從未見過的領導力。

  • That's why I'm confident.

    所以我才會有信心。

  • With your help, we will be your next mayor of London because I'm here talking to you.

    在你的幫助下,我們將成為你的下一任倫敦市長,因為我在這裡和你說話。

  • I'm here accountable to you, having real conversations and see I was just in Ealing and I just had conversations with probably 10 or 14 people on the sidewalk.

    我在這裡對你負責,有真正的對話,看到我只是在Ealing,我只是有對話 與大概10或14人在人行道上。

  • We were socially distance and they said, Brian, we are tired of these low traffic networks.

    我們的社會距離,他們說,布萊恩,我們已經厭倦了這些低流量的網絡。

  • Every single person there was frustrated.

    在場的每一個人都很沮喪。

  • They said they find us because they're trying to make money off of us.

    他們說他們找到我們是因為想從我們身上賺錢。

  • They said the businesses are suffering.

    他們說,企業正在遭受。

  • They said we suffer from the emissions.

    他們說,我們遭受排放。

  • They had nothing good to say about it.

    他們沒什麼好說的。

  • And they said this.

    他們這樣說。

  • They said, Brian, we need to replace this current mayor of London.

    他們說,布萊恩,我們需要更換這位現任倫敦市長。

  • He sits there and in the top floor of his glass, uh, city Hall building.

    他坐在那裡,在他的玻璃,呃,市政廳大樓的頂層。

  • And he makes these policies, like low, low traffic neighborhoods.

    而他制定的這些政策,比如低矮、低流量的小區。

  • And he doesn't understand that they hurt the neighborhoods themselves.

    而他卻不明白,他們傷害的是小區本身。

  • Um, he doesn't understand the problems that they cause.

    嗯,他不明白他們造成的問題。

  • And so I hear you.

    所以我聽到了你的聲音。

  • And I think we need to rethink all of these low traffic neighborhoods.

    我認為我們需要重新考慮這些低流量的社區。

  • Most of the people in these neighborhoods, they dislike them, they are tired of them.

    這些小區裡的大多數人,都不喜歡他們,他們厭煩他們。

  • And I saw people, they were angry in a rate.

    而我看到的人,他們憤怒的速度。

  • And so I appreciate you bringing up.

    所以我很感謝你提出來。

  • And I appreciate the people of healing for coming out and telling me what I thought.

    而我也很感謝療養的人出來告訴我我的想法。

  • We got Tim from Instagram that says, Were you raised in America?

    我們從Instagram上找到了Tim,他說,你是在美國長大的嗎?

  • And yes, you caught me.

    是的,你抓住了我。

  • You caught the accent.

    你聽出了口音。

  • I was born in San Diego, California, where right now people are on the beach surfing and getting sunburns.

    我出生在加州的聖地亞哥,現在那裡的人都在沙灘上衝浪,被晒傷。

  • I know it's hard to believe.

    我知道這很難讓人相信

  • It's a contrast to what you see behind me.

    這和你在我身後看到的形成了鮮明的對比。

  • The truth is, I've been in London for 21 years.

    事實是,我在倫敦待了21年。

  • I'm a citizen of this country.

    我是這個國家的公民。

  • My Children were born here, and I plan to be buried in this great city because it's the greatest city in the world.

    我的孩子在這裡出生,我打算埋在這個偉大的城市,因為它是世界上最偉大的城市。

  • It's given me so much.

    它給了我這麼多。

  • And that's why I want to give back as your next mayor of London.

    這就是為什麼我想作為你們下一任倫敦市長回饋社會。

  • I'm gonna put my life on hold my business on hold everything on hold for three years in order to serve this city and solve so many of these problems that we're facing.

    我要把我的生活,我的生意,所有的事情都擱置三年,以服務這個城市,解決我們面臨的許多問題。

  • So, yes, I was born in America and I will die in the u.

    所以,是的,我生在美國,死在美國。

  • K.

    K.

  • I got Lee Mitchell on Instagram that says, Will you fight to open the fitness industry again?

    我在Instagram上找到了李米切爾,他說,你會不會再爭取打開健身行業?

  • Yes, I will.

    是的,我會的。

  • That's why I I appointed Nick Whitcomb as my special adviser on health and wellbeing.

    這就是為什麼我任命尼克-惠特科姆為我的健康和福利特別顧問。

  • Nick was the guy who fought back up in Merseyside, near Liverpool, against the closings of gyms.

    尼克是在利物浦附近的默西塞德郡反擊關閉健身房的人。

  • He had eight armed police officers come to his gym.

    他讓八名武警來到他的健身房。

  • He got 600,000 signatures on a petition, he went and this case was heard in front of Parliament.

    他在請願書上得到了60萬個簽名,他去了,這個案子在議會面前審理。

  • And he has now allowed us to keep gyms open during Tier three lockdown, though that doesn't help during national lockdown.

    而且他現在已經允許我們在三級封鎖期間保持健身房的開放,不過在全國封鎖期間也無濟於事。

  • But I am with Nick quick home.

    但我和尼克一起快速回家。

  • I go to the gym every single day.

    我每天都會去健身房。

  • I train every day, and when gyms are responsible for only 1.7% of Covid transmissions.

    我每天都在訓練,而當健身房只負責1.7%的科維德傳輸。

  • Why are we closing them down?

    我們為什麼要關閉它們?

  • When our hospitality sector is responsible for 3% of covid transmissions?

    當我們的接待部門負責3%的科維德傳播?

  • Why are we closing them down?

    我們為什麼要關閉它們?

  • When the woman I met on the street today who is running her beauty parlor on feeling High Street in a safe manner is being shut down, I ask why why can't we find solutions?

    今天在街上遇到的那位在感覺高街安安穩穩經營美容院的女士被關停時,我問為什麼為什麼找不到解決辦法?

  • Isn't that the mayor's job?

    那不是市長的工作嗎?

  • Isn't that his job?

    那不是他的工作嗎?

  • I think it is, and that's what I'm going to do as well.

    我想是的,這也是我要做的。

  • So it's a great question.

    所以這是一個很好的問題。

  • I got Chelsea down on Instagram saying, I'm voiding Brian Rose, Thank you very much.

    我得到了切爾西下來的Instagram上說,我voiding布萊恩・羅斯,非常感謝你。

  • I've got orange juice on Instagram saying quote Brian, do you think the election is likely to be delayed again?

    我有橙汁在Instagram上說報價布萊恩,你認為選舉有可能再次延後嗎?

  • I hope not.

    我希望不是。

  • We ask for free and fair elections on May 6, even if it's by postal vote.

    我們要求在5月6日舉行自由和公正的選舉,即使是通過郵寄投票。

  • So please contact your council, leave them messages, leave them things right now on their social feeds and say, How can we make elections happen on May 6?

    所以,請聯繫你的議會,給他們留言,給他們留下的東西,現在在他們的社交飼料,並說,我們如何能使選舉發生在5月6日?

  • It's very important.

    這是非常重要的。

  • Either way, we will be standing as your next mayor.

    無論怎樣,我們都會作為你們的下一任市長站在這裡。

  • We expect to win, but we can only do it through your vote and your help and your support.

    我們期待勝利,但我們只能通過您的投票和您的幫助和支持來實現。

  • Someone yesterday said Brian, the whole system is rigged against you now.

    昨天有人說,布萊恩,現在整個系統都對你不利。

  • Maybe that's true.

    也許這是真的。

  • And maybe it isn't.

    也可能不是。

  • We need to win any ways to do that.

    我們需要用任何方式來贏得。

  • We need.

    我們需要:

  • You need to register to vote.

    你需要登記投票。

  • We have to work 10 times harder than they do.

    我們要比他們努力十倍。

  • So let's get out there, share our materials, print out our posters.

    所以,讓我們走出去,分享我們的資料,打印出我們的海報。

  • That's the way we're going to do it.

    這就是我們要做的事情。

  • All right.

    好吧,我知道了

  • Uh, Leela, Sabrina on Instagram says quote The current mayor is too scared to debate.

    呃,Leela,Sabrina在Instagram上說報價現任市長太害怕辯論。

  • You know, I don't know if that's truly LA, but it's been four or five days now since I've challenged him to a debate and he hasn't responded.

    你知道,我不知道這是否真的是洛杉磯,但它已經四五天了,因為我已經挑戰他的辯論,他還沒有迴應。

  • I haven't seen him respond to your comments on social media right now.

    我現在還沒看到他在社交媒體上回復你的評論。

  • I would say everyone do this, go to his social media feeds and ask him right now, Why won't you debate Brian Rose?

    我想說每個人都這樣做,去他的社交媒體上問他,現在,你為什麼不和布萊恩-羅斯辯論?

  • Mr.

    先生

  • Mayor, why won't you debate Brian Rose?

    市長,你為什麼不和布萊恩-羅斯辯論?

  • Maybe he's got a good reason.

    也許他有一個很好的理由。

  • I don't know.

    我不知道。

  • Ask him.

    問他吧

  • But right now it seems like he is avoiding the debate and let's gonna see what happens from here.

    但現在看來,他是在迴避辯論,讓我們看看以後會發生什麼。

  • I got Ben Dennis on instagram that says, You're awesome, Brian.

    我在instagram上找到了本-丹尼斯,他說:"你真棒,布萊恩。

  • Thank you, Ben.

    謝謝你,本。

  • I think you're awesome.

    我覺得你很棒

  • I think the citizens of London of the awesome ones there are the ones out there that are pushing forward that are moving forward regardless.

    我覺得倫敦的市民的厲害的有的是在外面的人,無論如何都是在向前推進的。

  • So thank you very much.

    所以非常感謝你。

  • We've got Darren.

    我們抓到了達倫

  • Stacey says quote, I'm rooting for you, Brian.

    斯泰西說報價,我支持你,布萊恩。

  • Thank you very much.

    非常感謝你。

  • We've got Let's boogie on YouTube says quote.

    我們已經得到了Let's boogie在YouTube上說報價。

  • Brian, I've been a follower since the bulletproof coffee days.

    布萊恩,我從喝防彈咖啡的時候就開始關注了。

  • So amazing to see you evolve and let's Boogie is talking about London Real.

    看到你的進化,讓我們的博格正在談論倫敦實。

  • I've been broadcasting for 10 years on YouTube and he's talking about eight years ago back in those days.

    我在YouTube上播了10年,他說的是8年前的那些日子。

  • So thank you so much.

    所以非常感謝你。

  • And people don't know about London Real.

    而人們不知道倫敦實。

  • It's our YouTube channel.

    這是我們的YouTube頻道。

  • Half a billion views.

    5億次瀏覽。

  • Five million subscribers over 1000 incredible long form interview broadcast all for free.

    500萬用戶超過1000個不可思議的長篇訪談廣播全部免費。

  • You can go watch those you know, we've been observing for the past 10 years and as your next mayor, we're just going to continue that.

    你可以去看那些你知道的,我們已經觀察了10年了,作為你的下一任市長,我們只是要繼續觀察。

  • So thank you so much.

    所以非常感謝你。

  • We've got Welsh Woody on YouTube.

    我們在YouTube上有Welsh Woody。

  • That's close.

    很接近了

  • Quote.

    引用:

  • Sadik hasn't got a debate in him.

    Sadik沒有辯論的能力。

  • He has destroyed London.

    他已經毀了倫敦。

  • That's from Welsh Woody, and you might have a point there.

    這是威爾士伍迪說的,你可能有道理。

  • I mean, honestly, I I don't think he stands a chance debating me, and I think he probably knows that.

    我的意思是,說實話,我... ...我不認為他站在一個機會 辯論我,我想他可能知道這一點。

  • But let's give him a chance.

    但我們還是給他一個機會吧。

  • All right, so again you choose the venue, you choose the format.

    好吧,所以你又選擇了場地,選擇了形式。

  • You can even find a moderator who is aligned with you and your party and your policies again.

    你甚至可以再找一個與你和你的黨以及你的政策一致的版主。

  • Anytime, anyhow.

    任何時間,任何方式。

  • Anywhere I'll be there.

    任何地方我都會去的。

  • Let's debate the facts.

    讓我們來辯論一下事實。

  • Let's let the people decide.

    讓人民來決定。

  • That's what I want more than anything.

    這就是我最想要的東西。

  • So thank you for that comment.

    所以謝謝你的評價。

  • One more I've got.

    還有一個我已經得到了。

  • Hi, Brian, it's Greg.

    嗨,布萊恩,我是格雷格。

  • Is there any way the public outside London can support you like?

    倫敦以外的公眾有什麼辦法可以支持你嗎?

  • Tell all their London friends to vote with you behind you all the way?

    告訴他們在倫敦的所有朋友,讓他們在你身後一直跟著你投票?

  • It's a great point.

    這是一個很好的觀點。

  • The truth is this.

    事實是這樣的。

  • This has turned into not only just a matter of London, this Britain is watching, because London is the model for cities like Manchester cities like Liverpool cities like Bristol.

    這已經不僅僅是倫敦的問題,這個英國也在關注,因為倫敦是曼徹斯特等城市利物浦等城市布里斯托爾等城市的榜樣。

  • But London is also the model for cities all around the world.

    但倫敦也是全世界城市的典範。

  • Imagine if we can put into place these policies.

    試想一下,如果我們能把這些政策落實到位。

  • New York City will learn from London.

    紐約市將向倫敦學習。

  • Los Angeles will learn from London, Cape Town, Paris, Madrid, Buenos Aires, Tokyo, Everyone around the world can support us for mayor, going for Brian for mayor dot London and share the website.

    洛杉磯將向倫敦、開普敦、巴黎、馬德里、布宜諾斯艾利斯、東京學習,全世界的每個人都可以支持我們競選市長,去支持布萊恩競選倫敦市長點,並分享網站。

  • You can go to our sharing page and download videos you can post on your social media.

    您可以到我們的分享頁面下載視頻,並在您的社交媒體上發佈。

  • You can donate to our campaign.

    您可以為我們的活動捐款。

  • You can get Brian from Mayor T shirts.

    你可以買到布萊恩市長的T恤。

  • You can tell your friends about us.

    你可以把我們的事告訴你的朋友。

  • So yes, everyone can support us.

    所以是的,大家可以支持我們。

  • And we appreciate this.

    我們對此表示感謝。

  • This is a worldwide campaign, so thank you very much.

    這是一個全球性的運動,所以非常感謝你。

  • A couple final comments here.

    最後說兩句。

  • We've got the journey greatest on Instagram that says simply, Quote.

    我們在Instagram上的旅程最大,說的很簡單,報價。

  • Sadiq doesn't care, and it's a great point.

    薩迪克並不在意,這一點很好。

  • Every single person.

    每一個人。

  • I'm meeting the streets and I kid you, not every single person.

    我在街上遇見了,我跟你開玩笑,不是每一個人。

  • Before I can even introduce myself, they say, Oh, get this guy out of office.

    我還沒來得及自我介紹,他們就說,哦,把這傢伙趕走。

  • You can't be any worse than this guy.

    你不可能比這傢伙差。

  • And so the truth is, most people say he just doesn't care, and that's that's the truth.

    所以事實是,大多數人都說他就是不在乎,這就是事實。

  • I don't think the current mayor of London actually cares, and I think everything flows from that.

    我認為倫敦現任市長其實並不在意,我認為一切都源於此。

  • If we can have a mayor that actually cares about our citizens, I love this city.

    如果我們能有一個真正關心我們市民的市長,我愛這個城市。

  • It's given me everything.

    它給了我一切。

  • It's giving me my business, my family, my happiness, everything.

    它給了我的事業,我的家庭,我的幸福,一切。

  • I owe this city so much more than I could ever reappear.

    我欠這座城市的太多了,我無法再出現。

  • Repay.

    償還:

  • In 100 years as mayor, I still owe this city.

    在100年的市長生涯中,我還欠著這個城市。

  • I want to go in and do the right thing for the citizens.

    我想去為市民做正確的事情。

  • I want to do the best thing for London, and you need someone who actually cares.

    我想為倫敦做最好的事情,你需要一個真正關心你的人。

watch out for all the ridiculous closed roads in Ealing.

小心所有可笑的封閉道路在Ealing。

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