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  • I just want to say how much I appreciate your support with what I've been doing this past six months and you know, I think most people probably know by now that I'm running to be the next mayor of London.

    我只想說,我非常感謝你們對我過去六個月所做的事情的支持,你們知道,我想大多數人現在可能已經知道,我正在競選下一任倫敦市長。

  • The elections are four weeks from today.

    選舉將在四周後舉行。

  • Big article came out yesterday that we're now, you know, second in the bookmakers, we passed the Conservative candidate, I think that's been done in history and you've always been really supportive of me and I just really appreciate that.

    昨天出了一篇大文章,我們現在,你知道,在莊家中排名第二,我們超過了保守黨的候選人,我認為這在歷史上已經完成了,你一直都很支持我,我只是真的很感激。

  • It means a lot.

    這意味著很多。

  • You know, you're always like giving me support behind the scenes and giving me support on social and like all those little things matter, So thank you.

    你知道,你總是喜歡給我 支持在幕後 並給我支持 在社會上,像所有這些 小事重要,所以謝謝你。

  • And I really appreciate that.

    我真的很感激。

  • It means a lot.

    這意味著很多。

  • And I know we're going to get you on the battle bus at some point, drive around London, but I really appreciate No, no, it's I mean, the thing for me as well, I think because we know each other off the camera um and you know, I know I know you'll be going into this with so much passion and energy and also having the the goodness of the people behind you, which I think is so, so refreshing.

    我知道我們會讓你在戰鬥巴士上 在某些時候,開車在倫敦周圍, 但我真的很感激 不,不,這是我的意思是,事情對我來說,以及, 我想,因為我們知道對方關閉相機 嗯,你知道,我知道,我知道你會進入這個 與這麼多的激情和能量,也有 善良的人在你身後, 我認為是如此,所以令人耳目一新。

  • And I think you can see from what you've done the last couple of months, going out, meeting people getting on the streets, even during this covid process, where it's been every single obstacles, but in your way to to try and do what you've done, you've really gone beyond two to try and help people.

    我想從你過去幾個月所做的事情中可以看出,走出去,見人上街,甚至在這個covid過程中,它是每一個單一的障礙,但在你的方式來嘗試和做你所做的事情,你真的已經超越了兩個嘗試和幫助人們。

  • Um and to listen to people who actually give the people a voice.

    嗯,並聽取真正給人民發聲的人的意見。

  • And I think that's not gone unnoticed.

    我想這一點也不是沒有人注意到。

  • I think there's a lot of people who want to go with, I want to go with the fresh chat and one of fresh person involved that can really try and drive forward the voices of the people and the freedom of speech and And especially the last 12 months, it's almost been if you're not prepared to follow what's been told, then you're almost the villain.

    我認為有很多人想要去與,我想去與新鮮的哈拉和一個新鮮的人参與,可以真正嘗試和推動人民的聲音和言論自由,特別是過去12個月,它幾乎是如果你不準備遵循已經被告知,那麼你幾乎是惡棍。

  • And I think that's what's been so refreshing about yourself.

    我想這也是你自己一直以來的清新之處。

  • I see the problems you've had on social media being kicked off the platforms and and and so on for trying to give a voice.

    我看到你在社交媒體上遇到的問題,因為想發聲而被踢出平臺和和等等。

  • And I understand that sometimes voices can be given and opinions can be given that aren't um correct.

    而我也明白,有時候可以發出聲音,可以給出不嗯正確的意見。

  • But just to be absolutely told, there's one direction to go.

    但要絕對的告訴你,只有一個方向可以走。

  • And if you don't like it, you're tough that for me, you know, as an individual and as a as a man and an adult, it it kind of makes me question why you're not allowed an opinion.

    如果你不喜歡它,你是強硬的,對我來說,你知道,作為一個人,作為一個男人和一個成年人,它它那種讓我質疑為什麼你不允許一個意見。

  • And I love that about you.

    我喜歡你這一點。

  • I love the fact that you are willing to listen and wins debate um, and willing to have people from all walks of life, no matter how rich, how poor how successful, how unsuccessful.

    我喜歡你願意傾聽和贏得辯論嗯,願意有來自各行各業的人,無論多麼富有,多麼貧窮多麼成功,多麼不成功。

  • And I don't want to have a voice.

    而我不想有發言權。

  • And I think that's for London especially it's so important to have someone at the head of the whole community, not just a select few.

    我認為這對倫敦來說尤其重要,它是如此重要,要有一個人在整個社會的頭,而不僅僅是少數人。

  • Yeah, that's so powerful.

    是啊,這太厲害了。

  • You said that and you kind of remind me sometimes of of all the things that we've done over the years.

    你說,你有時會讓我想起我們這些年做的所有事情。

  • You know, I think it comes down to freedom martin.

    你知道,我認為它歸結為自由馬丁。

  • I think it comes down to just having your personal freedoms.

    我想這歸根結底只是你個人的自由。

  • And last year we got into this big fight about freedom of speech and and people were trying to tell me everybody from off calm the regulatory in the U.

    去年,我們陷入了這場關於言論自由的大爭鬥,人們試圖告訴我,每個人都從關平靜的監管在美國。

  • K.

    K.

  • To one of the biggest corporations in the world alphabet that owns google that owns Youtube basically saying that you can't put out these ideas.

    對世界上最大的公司之一 字母表,擁有谷歌,擁有Youtube基本上說,你不能把這些想法。

  • And and again when I spoke people in the streets, people came up to me and they say, I don't agree with what that guest said.

    再我在街上講人的時候,人們走過來對我說,我不同意那個嘉賓說的話。

  • And I said I said that's that's okay.

    我說我說那是沒關係的。

  • I said, but do they have the right to say it?

    我說,但他們有權利說嗎?

  • And they all said, they all said, of course they do.

    他們都說,他們都說,當然是這樣。

  • And I said, and do you have the right to listen to it if you choose?

    我說,如果你選擇,你有權利聽嗎?

  • And they said, of course I do.

    他們說,我當然願意。

  • And I said, well, there's people out there that think it's too dangerous for you to listen to or you're not adult enough to make that choice.

    我說,好吧,外面有人認為這對你來說太危險了,不能聽,或者說你還不夠成熟,不能做出這樣的選擇。

  • And almost everybody on the street market would say, well, that's something wrong with that.

    而幾乎每個人在街頭市場上都會說,嗯,這有什麼問題。

  • And then you saw we didn't have the freedom to maybe um, you know, uh, open up our businesses, we didn't have the freedom to make a living.

    然後你看到我們沒有自由 也許嗯,你知道,呃,打開我們的企業, 我們沒有自由謀生。

  • And then later in january, I didn't even have the freedom to be allowed to campaign.

    後來到了1月,我連被允許競選的自由都沒有了。

  • And I was literally stopped by 10 police officers who said you're not allowed to campaign.

    而我真的被10個警察攔住了,他們說你不能參加競選。

  • And I was like, that doesn't sound like democracy.

    我當時想,這聽起來不像是民主。

  • Something sounded wrong with all of this and we think we take these human rights for granted sometimes, but sometimes you sometimes you gotta fight for him.

    這一切聽起來有些不對勁,我們認為我們有時把這些人權視為理所當然,但有時你有時必須為他而戰。

  • And so I've been really lucky to do that and have a ton of support, and a lot of um a lot of people not supporting me too.

    所以我真的很幸運能做到這一點,有一大堆的支持,也有很多嗯很多人不支持我了。

  • It's been it's been a great time of growth, to be honest.

    說實話,這一直是它成長的大好時光。

  • It's like being in the gym, you know, when you're pushing up those heavyweights, you always grow and that's what I feel like I've done in the last two years.

    這就像在健身房裡,你知道,當你推起那些重量級人物時,你總是在成長,這就是我覺得我在過去兩年裡所做的事情。

  • I agree.

    我同意。

  • I'm just saying, I I think for me, I mean, you see on the news and you read in the papers then when you go into the, into the real world and you're around real people, the opinions are extremely different from what we've been told to do and what we've been told to do and how we should do it and what the people are, yeah, their views on the situation.

    我只是說,我覺得對我來說,我的意思是,你看到的新聞,你讀的文件,然後當你進入,進入現實世界,你周圍的真實的人,意見是非常不同的,從我們已經被告知要做什麼,我們已經被告知要做什麼,我們應該如何做,以及什麼人,是的,他們的觀點對這種情況。

  • And to me, a lot of people are saying and doing and expressing the same um feelings.

    而在我看來,很多人說的、做的、表達的都是同樣的嗯感受。

  • Uh it's a it's a very strange time to be alive and very um scary, I suppose um prospect of of of what happened and why it happened.

    嗯,這是一個... ...這是一個非常奇怪的時間活著... ...非常嗯嚇人,我想嗯前景... ...發生了什麼,為什麼會發生。

  • And I'm not wonderful.

    而我並不精彩。

  • I'm a massive one for conspiracy theories, but at the same time I'm one who likes to question uh question um scenarios and situations and It's I think that's something that we probably won't know for another 2030 years, to be honest.

    我是一個巨大的一個陰謀論, 但在同一時間,我是一個誰喜歡 質疑呃問題嗯場景和情況, 這是我認為,我們可能不會知道的東西 另一個2030年,說實話。

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • Okay.

    好吧,我知道了

I just want to say how much I appreciate your support with what I've been doing this past six months and you know, I think most people probably know by now that I'm running to be the next mayor of London.

我只想說,我非常感謝你們對我過去六個月所做的事情的支持,你們知道,我想大多數人現在可能已經知道,我正在競選下一任倫敦市長。

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