I just finished a long episode with Alex Jones of Info Wars.
We were streaming live.
It's my third time on his show.
You could go watch it.
Info wars dot com.
And look, you know, I don't agree with everything Alex Jones has to say, and you might not either.
But the man is a legend on a pioneer when it comes to independent media.
There was one guy that supported London real When, uh, we got banned and deleted indie platform, and Alex was the guy that said, Brian, you gotta ask for help.
He got to ask for help when it comes to doing your next move on.
That ended up being, uh you London Real army, helping us build the digital freedom platform that has gone on to be a just a tremendous success.
We just broke the record for the biggest livestream of a documentary film just a couple weeks ago, and Alex was the guy.
He was also the guy that said, Brian, this is what's gonna happen.
And everything he said came true.
They're gonna come after your reputation.
They're gonna come after your business.
They're gonna come after your platforms your payment, your tech, all that stuff happening, said the mainstream media is gonna attack you.
True Vice did telegraph.
Did all that stuff happened?
And so it's been great to have him is an ally, and I really appreciate everything he does.
And he's just in a centric guy.
He'll be on our show.
Actually, on Wednesday we're gonna catch up to know all things Alex Jones.
But tonight, the big thing we talked about was the lack of leadership that I'm seeing from our politicians.
And I've been really focused here on London on, Do you know?
Last week I was out speaking with entrepreneurs and members of the community to try to figure out How do we get this beautiful city, the greatest city in the world London back toe work?
Because the the the the damage that's being done, 25,000 small businesses have disappeared in the last few months in this city alone.
Onley 13% of office workers are back here in the city of London.
Um, that figure just came out yesterday in the study and without the workers here, That's how London depends on 42% of its economy and The problem is, is there's been a lack of leadership from the mayor of this city.
There has been a disproportionate response to this virus.
Um, there's been complete miscommunication with what's going on, and there's also been a lack of a science based approach on how we behave.
They changed their mind every day.
First, we want you to go and eat out, and now you can't go out with a group of more than six people.
It doesn't make any sense.
I am for a data driven, science based approach, and I wanna be consistent with our message and I wanna leave from the front.
I want to get out there and do the things that I want all Londoners to do, and this probably applies to your city, just like it applies to this beautiful town.
I've lived here for over 20 years.
I'm a citizen in this country in addition to being a citizen in America, and I think it's time to call people out of also like to get this whole transportation structure working.
I was speaking with a black cab driver the other day.
That's what they call the taxi's here.
Black cabs and he was saying.
He said, Look, I used to be able to take my passengers They said they could do five meetings a day.
Now they could only do, too, because even though there's less people in the city, it's all being locked down because of these co vid barriers and all these roadworks and all of these things keeping cars from moving on.
Then finally, we got to get our kids back to school.
I took my four year old son, Caden, back to school this week.
My daughter also went back to school.
You've got to get that for the mental health of not just the kids.
They need to be around social situations, but also the parents.
They got to get back to doing their things as well.
And so that's what I talked with Alex about.
And we talked all about censorship and, uh, you know, D platform ing and all of the efforts going on out there and the fact that they have weaponized fear against us, and they use it as a tool to get us to do things we don't want to dio.
And that's what I would like to end.
And that's what we do every day here in London, real with our broadcast and digital freedom platform and everything.
So it was a great episode.
You go watch it info wars dot com, and I'll have Alex streaming on our platform on Wednesday.
And I just want to say thanks to Alex Jones.
Uh, he's a legend.
He's a pioneer.
He's always really supported us in a big way, publicly and privately and again, a lot of people in the past four or five months with big platforms haven't had the difficult conversations.
You know who I'm talking about, people that we really expected toe lead and and and really put themselves out there and not just, you know, put out nonsense.
And very few people actually stepped up.
And so I think it's important to recognize the people that have and and just toe really get out there and put it all on the line.
You know, way take some big risks every day with with our infrastructure and platforms, but we do it for a reason, and that's that's what we dio.
So I'm super excited about that.
I want to thank you all.
I appreciate you.
London Real Army and full effect over 38,000 people that have donated and supported this platform.
We appreciate you and we're gonna keep on fighting on the front lines and we're gonna hold thes politicians and people in power and technology platforms responsible for the decisions they made were fighting for the legislation for digital freedom of speech.
230,000 people have now signed my open letter calling for our governments and our regulators and our technology platforms to respect our most basic fundamental human right that to free speech.
It's something that should be in our DNA.
And yet we give it away willy nilly every single day because they provide a free service for us.
So we give away our freedom of speech.
Well, freedom isn't free on.
We have to fight for it every day in London Real.
And that's what we're gonna keep doing.
So thank you so much.
Leave a comment below.
Tell me if you disagree or agree, and I'll be back tomorrow to keep on fighting.
Thanks, Alex Jones.
And let's do this because you know, at the end of the day we will not be silenced.