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  • so I believe it was John Jack Russo that once said, There is no points in a government enacting a law that won't be followed by the public.

    所以我相信是約翰-傑克-魯索曾經說過,政府制定的法律如果不被公眾遵守,就沒有意義。

  • And sometimes we forget that the government is all powerful and can tell us what to do.

    有時候我們會忘記,政府是萬能的,可以告訴我們該怎麼做。

  • But at the end of the day, if the public won't comply, then it makes the whole process moods.

    但是到最後,如果公眾不願意遵守,那麼就會讓整個過程的情緒。

  • And I think we're starting to see this lately in the past few days and weeks, with some of these strict national tier five locked down, and it's a bit of a ray of hope.

    而且我想我們最近在過去的幾天和幾周裡,開始看到這種情況,其中一些嚴格的國家五線被鎖定,這也是一個小小的希望。

  • We're seeing the public not comply to some of these draconian measures, and we've actually also just recently seen the police refused to enforce some of these laws.

    我們看到市民不遵守這些嚴厲的措施,實際上我們最近也剛剛看到警方拒絕執行其中的一些法律。

  • They have now refused to enforce the wearing of masks in supermarkets, and it gets to a point where even the police are saying we are not going to back up.

    他們現在拒絕執行在超市戴口罩,已經到了連警察都說我們不支持的地步。

  • These laws were not going to spend our resource is in order to try to enforce this, and clearly much of the public is not complying as well.

    這些法律是不會花費我們的資源是為了嘗試執行的,顯然很多公眾也是不遵守的。

  • And so we're getting to this critical mass this point where policy well, not necessarily change the behavior of the public because the public's not bought into the policy now.

    所以我們到了這個臨界點,政策好了,不一定能改變公眾的行為,因為公眾現在還沒有買到政策。

  • This might have worked back in March or April last year when there was so much terror, so much fear that you could bypass our brain to our amygdala and get us to do pretty much anything.

    在去年三四月份的時候,這可能會奏效,當時有那麼多的恐怖,那麼多的恐懼,你可以繞過我們的大腦到我們的杏仁核,讓我們做幾乎任何事情。

  • But now people are wise ing up.

    但現在人們都聰明起來了。

  • They're actually learning about the science.

    他們其實是在學習科學知識。

  • They're also learning about what it's like to be locked in their homes.

    他們也在學習被鎖在家裡的感覺。

  • 24 7.

    24 7.

  • They're thinking about the long term future of their Children.

    他們考慮的是孩子的長遠未來。

  • They're thinking about their businesses.

    他們在考慮自己的企業。

  • They're watching their savings go down.

    他們眼睜睜地看著自己的存款減少。

  • They're seeing their mental health on the distress of their mental health.

    他們看到的是自己心理健康上的困擾。

  • Go up.

    上去吧

  • And they're also starting to get wise to the fact that the lock down alone could probably cost hundreds of thousands of lives just from the lack of economic activity.

    而且他們也開始清醒地認識到,光是經濟活動的缺失,光是封鎖就可能會讓數十萬人喪生。

  • And I think we're gonna Seymour and Mawr of this.

    我認為我們要去西摩和莫爾的這個。

  • I think we're gonna Seymour and Mawr instances of the public just saying no and also the police just saying no and I think it's a good sign.

    我認為我們要西摩和毛爾的實例 公眾只是說沒有,也警察只是說沒有,我認為這是一個好兆頭。

  • I think it's a good sign because I think it tells our leaders in so many ways that we really question their science.

    我認為這是一個好兆頭,因為我認為這在很多方面告訴我們的領導人,我們真的質疑他們的科學。

  • We question this report disproportionate response to the virus way, question their lack of leadership, lack of innovation and way question why they haven't come up with solutions.

    我們質疑這份報告對病毒的反應方式不相稱,質疑他們缺乏領導力,缺乏創新,質疑他們為什麼沒有拿出解決方案。

  • I mean, ultimately, that's a leaders job to find a solution when no one else can see one toe find options, they have tremendous resource is they have tremendous intelligence, and yet all they have is a hammer.

    我的意思是,歸根結底,這是一個領導者的工作,找到一個解決方案,當沒有人可以看到一個腳趾找到選項,他們有巨大的資源是他們有巨大的智慧,但所有他們有的是一個錘子。

  • So everything looks like a nail.

    所以一切看起來都像個釘子。

  • It's lock down, lock down.

    它的鎖定,鎖定。

  • When that doesn't work, it's stricter.

    不行的時候,就更嚴格了。

  • Locked down.

    鎖定了。

  • When that doesn't work, it's even stricter, locked down.

    不行的時候,就更加嚴格,鎖定。

  • And yesterday we heard them talking about curfews, being a lot outside of the house once a week gnome or going to your places of worship.

    而昨天,我們聽到他們談論的宵禁,是一個星期一次的侏儒或去你的禮拜場所的很多外面的房子。

  • No schooling whatsoever.

    沒有接受過任何教育。

  • No mixing of households, no exercise wearing masks outside.

    不混戶,不戴口罩外出鍛鍊。

  • It all seems to get a little crazy on a little ridiculous how you doing?

    這一切似乎變得有點瘋狂有點荒謬 你怎麼樣?

  • And so I think we're all starting to wise up that this stuff is no longer acceptable, and it's nice to see that the police aren't going to be complicit in trying to enforce some of these ridiculous regulations.

    所以我想我們都開始意識到,這種東西不再是可以接受的,很高興看到警察不會成為同謀,試圖執行這些荒謬的規定。

  • And maybe for the first time in a year.

    也許是一年來的第一次。

  • We're actually starting to see that the government is getting feedback from us.

    其實我們已經開始看到,政府正在從我們這裡得到反饋。

  • The public, Uh, not just from our votes, which we might not be able to do in the next few months, but also by our behavior.

    公眾,呃,不只是從我們的選票,我們可能在未來幾個月內做不到,還要從我們的行為。

  • And maybe it's just saying we're not having it at this point.

    也許只是說我們現在還沒有這樣做。

  • And so hopefully they're watching, and they're listening and coming up with new solutions again.

    所以希望他們在觀察,他們在傾聽,再提出新的解決方案。

  • I believe we need new ideas in a new direction to go forward.

    我相信我們需要在新的方向上有新的想法,才能前進。

  • I think we need new leadership, a proportionate response to the virus, which is not what we're seeing right now around us at all.

    我認為我們需要新的領導層,對病毒做出相應的反應,而現在我們身邊看到的根本不是這樣。

  • Um, and we need science based decision making, So please leave your comments below.

    嗯,我們需要科學的決策,所以請在下面留言。

  • Tell me what you think about this strictest lock down in our history.

    說說你對這次史上最嚴格的封鎖有什麼看法?

  • Doesn't need to continue should it continue.

    不需要繼續應該繼續。

  • Is the long term damage much more than the short term saving?

    長期的損失遠大於短期的節約嗎?

  • I believe it is.

    我相信它是。

  • Andi, share this video with someone you know.

    安迪,把這個視頻分享給你認識的人。

  • My plan is to take London in a new direction.

    我的計劃是把倫敦帶到一個新的方向。

so I believe it was John Jack Russo that once said, There is no points in a government enacting a law that won't be followed by the public.

所以我相信是約翰-傑克-魯索曾經說過,政府制定的法律如果不被公眾遵守,就沒有意義。

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