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  • And I'm I'm curious here and I were on social media, I know we can't speak freely as much as I hate to say that.

    而我我很好奇這裡和我是在社交媒體上,我知道我們不能暢所欲言,雖然我很不想這麼說。

  • Uh yeah, I'll throw it your way, whatever you can or can't say on it.

    好吧,我把它扔給你,不管你能不能說出來。

  • Um You've got a major election coming up here in a month.

    嗯,你已經得到了一個重要的選舉 即將在這裡一個月。

  • The democratic election process.

    民主選舉進程;

  • There's already been some questions raised at you.

    已經有人對你提出了一些問題。

  • You get stopped campaigning, the police tell you, um, how's it looking as far as a free and fair election or is that just, you have to go through it and see what happens?

    你被攔住競選,警察告訴你,嗯,怎麼看都是自由公正的選舉,還是說,你要通過它,看看會發生什麼?

  • It's a great question.

    這是一個很好的問題。

  • And again, I'll speak just as if we can speak freely and hopefully this asset stays up.

    我再講一下,就像我們可以自由發言一樣,希望這個資產能保持下去。

  • But, you know, again, we were we were not impressed and very surprised that we got stopped by the police in january.

    但是,你知道,再次,我們是... ...我們沒有留下深刻的印象,非常驚訝,我們得到了停止由警察在一月。

  • We made a video about it that went viral.

    我們做了一個關於它的視頻,走紅。

  • Um, and a lot of people watch, we got some press coverage for it.

    嗯,很多人看,我們得到了一些媒體報道。

  • And I think that that's the only thing that kept the police from stopping us and from the political process, from stopping this campaign.

    我認為,這是唯一的事情,讓警察 從阻止我們和政治進程, 從阻止這場運動。

  • Um, we pushed forward.

    嗯,我們往前推。

  • But it's still very difficult.

    但還是非常困難。

  • Like I said, it's hard to actually get media coverage because they're technically not even supposed to cover an independent candidate because I didn't actually rank in the polls in the last election because I wasn't running.

    就像我說的,實際上很難得到媒體的報道,因為從技術上講,他們甚至不應該報道一個獨立的候選人,因為我在上一次選舉中實際上沒有在民意調查中排名,因為我沒有參加競選。

  • So the whole thing is, in a weird way, almost stacked against an independent candidate.

    所以整件事,以一種奇怪的方式,幾乎對獨立候選人不利。

  • Even the mainstream media process, it's kind of in their interest to favor one of these two parties.

    即使是主流媒體的進程,也算是有利於這兩方中的一方,符合他們的利益。

  • These two parties, they run this illusion of choice on the citizens every four years or five years here, depending when they call elections, they give you a new choice.

    這兩個黨派,他們每隔4年或5年就在公民身上製造這種選擇的假象,這取決於他們何時舉行選舉,他們給你一個新的選擇。

  • But a lot of times it's the same party is just signing off on failure.

    但很多時候都是同一方在失敗上簽字而已。

  • There is no innovation.

    沒有創新。

  • There's no need to change.

    沒有必要改變。

  • So like you mentioned knife crime here, it's a shocking level.

    所以像你在這裡提到的持刀犯罪,這是一個令人震驚的水準。

  • The fact that it even exists.

    事實上,它甚至存在。

  • It's probably surprising to you.

    這可能讓你感到驚訝。

  • There's a knife crime in London.

    倫敦發生了持刀犯罪

  • Like I can't believe that's a thing.

    就像我不能相信這是一個東西。

  • It is a thing and someone gets stabbed on the streets here every few days and I'm talking teenagers and kids in all over the city and I've got kids.

    這是一件事,這裡每隔幾天就會有人在街上被刺傷,我說的是青少年和孩子,在城市的各個角落,我也有孩子。

  • Um, I reached out to tim Kennedy about this because I know he teaches a lot of like knife defense courses and stuff.

    嗯,我達到了蒂姆・肯尼迪 關於這一點,因為我知道他教了很多 像刀防禦課程之類的東西。

  • I know you guys are friends and we had a great episode on London.

    我知道你們是朋友,我們在倫敦的節目很精彩。

  • Really?

    真的嗎?

  • Uh, I really respect him.

    呃,我真的很尊重他。

  • And when I'm mayor, I really want to get some help when it comes to understanding this problem.

    而當我當上市長後,我真的希望在瞭解這個問題的時候,能得到一些幫助。

  • But it's also an issue of where the police, what are we, what are we giving these kids to do after school.

    但這也是一個問題,警察在哪裡,我們在哪裡,我們給這些孩子放學後做什麼。

  • And so there's like real issues here we need to talk about.

    所以有像真正的問題在這裡,我們需要談談。

  • And I spent the last few months just trying to discover those issues.

    而我花了幾個月的時間,就是為了發現這些問題。

  • But whether we'll actually have a free chance, I mean, I just have to move forward.

    但我們是否真的會有自由的機會,我的意思是,我只需要向前走。

  • You know, for a while we didn't, you know, because of covid restrictions, literally I can't do a lot of event right now.

    你知道,有一段時間,我們沒有,你知道,因為covid限制,從字面上看,我不能做很多活動,現在。

  • Um were restricted to the number of people we can talk to now.

    嗯被限制的人的數量 我們現在可以說話。

  • We've got great digital platforms.

    我們有很好的數字平臺。

  • But you know, you can't win a campaign digitally.

    但你知道,你不可能在數字上贏得一場競選。

  • So it's tricky.

    所以很棘手。

  • There's also the whole postal voting system.

    還有整個郵政投票系統。

  • You know, we think that will be a small percentage, but we've invited people to post the vote and we've been able to send them out, but I don't know what happens there.

    你知道,我們認為這將是一個小的比例,但我們已經邀請人們發佈投票,我們已經能夠發送他們,但我不知道那裡會發生什麼。

  • So it's a very unique time.

    所以這是一個非常獨特的時代。

  • I've been calling for free and fair elections in exactly those terms you just use for three or four months.

    我一直在呼籲自由公正的選舉,用的正是你剛才用的那些術語,已經有三四個月了。

  • Um and what honestly, after I got arrested, I said we should have the U.

    嗯,什麼說實話,我被逮捕後,我說我們應該有U。

  • N.

    N.

  • Here to monitor the elections, like just like they do, and sometimes third world countries, because something doesn't seem right here.

    在這裡監督選舉,就像他們一樣,有時也會監督第三世界國家,因為這裡似乎有些不對勁。

  • I had a Russian friend of mine here in London, you mentioned Russia who grew up in Russia, then went to Canada, he lives here now.

    我在倫敦有一個俄羅斯朋友,你提到俄羅斯,他在俄羅斯長大,然後去了加拿大,他現在住在這裡。

  • He's been on my show and he said, brian, this feels like Russia to me.

    他上過我的節目,他說,Brian,我覺得這就像俄羅斯。

  • He said, this feels a little like Russia.

    他說,這感覺有點像俄羅斯。

  • He said, you know, give the people the minimum.

    他說,你知道,給人民最低限度的。

  • They won't protest these uh these rules that don't make a lot of sense.

    他們不會抗議這些... ...這些沒有意義的規則。

  • And so all we can do though is still go forward.

    所以我們能做的雖然還是向前走。

  • So everyone says brian, what do you think you can go up against the machine?

    所以大家都說Brian,你覺得你能和機器對上什麼?

  • You know, you'll never have a chance.

    你知道,你永遠不會有機會。

  • But I'm like, we have to do something and so, you know, some people are critical of my campaign, of our policies, but I'm like, I can't just sit back and do nothing because if I had in the run right now, they're literally wouldn't be any other choice.

    但我想,我們必須做點什麼 所以,你知道,有些人對我的競選,對我們的政策持責備態度,但我想,我不能坐視不管,因為如果我現在跑了,他們真的不會有任何其他選擇。

  • But these two candidates and they're both, they watched this debate, quote unquote the other night on BBC.

    但這兩位候選人和他們都是,他們看了這場辯論,前幾天晚上在BBC上的報價沒有引用。

  • At first I was insulted, I wasn't invited and then I watched these two jokers Talk back and forth for 30 minutes.

    一開始我被侮辱了,我沒有被邀請,然後我看著這兩個小丑來回交談了30分鐘。

  • They actually have the same argument at the Council every month.

    其實,他們每個月在立法會都有同樣的爭論。

  • Anyways, they've both been in politics for their whole lives, these career politicians that are pretty much both responsible for the last 20 years of London politics.

    不管怎麼說,他們都從政了一輩子,這些職業政治家,幾乎都要為過去20年的倫敦政治負責。

  • And I just looked at him and thinking, is that really the choice?

    我只是看著他,心想,真的是這樣的選擇嗎?

  • We have potentially one of the greatest cities in the world.

    我們有可能是世界上最偉大的城市之一。

  • Like it just makes me sad.

    就像它只是讓我傷心。

  • So, you know, we're here to shake it up.

    所以,你知道,我們在這裡搖擺起來。

  • We've got a lot of support on the streets.

    我們在街上得到了很多人的支持。

  • I actually think we could be looking at the biggest political upset in british history on May six because people know who I am.

    實際上,我認為我們可能會在5月6日看到英國曆史上最大的政治動盪,因為人們知道我是誰。

  • J.

    J.

  • P.

    P.

  • A lot of people have followed me for 10 years.

    很多人跟了我10年。

  • They've seen my movies, they've seen you have conversations with real people and they like, they really know who I am.

    他們看過我的電影,他們看過你和真人的對話,他們喜歡,他們真的知道我是誰。

  • Um, but some people don't and so it's it's been it's been quite a process and I've learned a lot, man, I've learned a lot about knife crime.

    嗯,但有些人不這樣做,所以它的... ...它一直... ...這是一個相當的過程,我學到了很多,男人,我學到了很多關於刀的犯罪。

  • I know how to build affordable housing.

    我知道如何建設經濟適用房。

  • Now, something I knew nothing about six months ago, I know how to fix our transport system, something I knew nothing about six months ago, I've got some great ideas to kick start the economy again.

    現在,半年前我一無所知的東西,我知道如何修復我們的交通系統,半年前我一無所知的東西,我有一些偉大的想法來再次啟動經濟。

  • I think my ideas are 10 times better than the competition, but it's about getting the word out, so it's been fascinating.

    我覺得我的想法比競爭對手好十倍,但就是要把話說出去,所以很吸引人。

  • I'll have to write a book about this one day.

    有朝一日我一定要寫一本關於這個的書。

  • Okay.

    好吧,我知道了

And I'm I'm curious here and I were on social media, I know we can't speak freely as much as I hate to say that.

而我我很好奇這裡和我是在社交媒體上,我知道我們不能暢所欲言,雖然我很不想這麼說。

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