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  • something I've been, I just love to hear your quick snapshot of that an issue that's been near and dear to my heart for unfortunately over a year now are the lockdowns, which after a couple of weeks to me really seem like they are way out of proportion were damaging lives, not saving lives, were causing more harm than help.

    我一直在做一件事,我只是想聽聽你對這個問題的快速描述,不幸的是,一年多來,我一直很關注這個問題,那就是封鎖,在幾個星期後,我真的覺得它們的比例太高了,正在破壞生命,而不是拯救生命,造成更多傷害而不是幫助。

  • And I'm curious if if the election turns out the way we all love it to turn out name, what's your vision of what to do about the lockdowns in London?

    我很好奇,如果選舉結果如我們所希望的那樣,你對倫敦的封鎖有什麼看法?

  • What do you want to do?

    你想做什麼?

  • Yeah, it's a great question.

    是的,這是個好問題。

  • And then after I'm done, I'd love it if you could show what's happening in texas because you guys do things a little different and it'd be nice to get your thoughts, you know, to tell people here and everybody listened from the rest of the world.

    然後在我完成後,如果你能展示德克薩斯州發生的事情,我會很高興,因為你們做的事情有點不同,如果能得到你的想法,你知道,告訴這裡的人和來自世界其他地方的每個人聽,那就太好了。

  • So look as you know, for the last year we've been having an open and honest conversations with different people with different perspectives about lockdown.

    是以,如你所知,在過去的一年裡,我們一直在與不同的人進行開誠佈公的對話,對封鎖有不同的看法。

  • Um we took a lot of heat for it, but I always thought it's better to have those conversations and have those arguments out in the open than not.

    我們為此受到了很多責備,但我一直認為,在公開場合進行這些對話和爭論比不公開要好。

  • I always think the solution is always more information.

    我一直認為解決方案總是更多的資訊。

  • You know, that's always more information, more upfront conversations.

    你知道,這總是更多的資訊,更多的正面對話。

  • I had a reporter from the time, she did a big piece on us two page spread the other day and he said, he said, but isn't it bad to have these ideas out there?

    我有一個當時的記者,她有一天做了一個關於我們的大稿子,有兩頁,他說,他說,但是有這些想法在外面不是很糟糕嗎?

  • I said, no, it's it's better to talk about them.

    我說,不,它是它更好地談論他們。

  • And I said then now you know exactly how you feel about it and you can you can argue your point of view and realize, well maybe maybe I wasn't as sure, or maybe I'm more sure it's always good to have more ideas in my opinion.

    我說,那麼現在你確切地知道你對它的感覺,你可以你可以爭論你的觀點,並意識到,好吧,也許我沒有那麼肯定,或者我更肯定,在我看來,有更多的想法總是好的。

  • And so, you know, I've been critical of the lockdown Uh for the past year.

    是以,你知道,在過去的一年裡,我一直在責備禁閉呃。

  • I always thought that we could have a way that it really focused on protecting those that are vulnerable, but allowing that those that aren't vulnerable to contribute.

    我一直認為,我們可以有一種方式,它真正專注於保護那些脆弱的人,但允許那些不脆弱的人做出貢獻。

  • And we've seen in Britain here, it's been really difficult.

    我們在英國已經看到,這真的很困難。

  • We've been on lockdown now for the past 4-5 months on a pretty extreme lockdown and it's just now slowly opening up.

    在過去的4-5個月中,我們一直處於相當極端的封鎖狀態,現在才慢慢開放。

  • We hope Europe's kind of going back into lockdown.

    我們希望歐洲重新進入封鎖狀態。

  • I know the U.

    我知道美國。

  • S.

    S.

  • Is kind of opening up, but we went down into heavy lockdown right after right around christmas and it's been a real struggle for a lot of people.

    是一種開放,但我們在聖誕節前後就進入了嚴重的封鎖狀態,這對很多人來說是一個真正的掙扎。

  • And we've seen mental health struggle, we've seen physical health struggle, gyms being closed.

    我們已經看到心理健康的鬥爭,我們已經看到身體健康的鬥爭,健身房被關閉。

  • We've seen the economic implications are something that's it's hard to quantify, but I've had various professors on this show that have said we're talking about hundreds of thousands of lives lost just because of poverty, for example, there's some boroughs here in London, Lewisham, I was in on friday 37 of the Children live in poverty in London And it we're in the worst recession in 300 years.

    我們已經看到,經濟影響是很難量化的,但我在這個節目中請到了不同的教授,他們說,我們正在談論數十萬人因為貧窮而失去生命,例如,在倫敦的一些區,Lewisham,我週五在倫敦,37名兒童生活在貧窮之中,我們正處於300年來最嚴重的經濟衰退。

  • And so again, the politicians, I didn't ever see any innovation jp you know, in my opinion, the ceo of a company like a mosque should innovate.

    是以,政治家們,我從來沒有看到任何創新,你知道,在我看來,像清真寺這樣的公司的首席執行官應該創新。

  • Okay, we know we have this problem.

    好吧,我們知道我們有這個問題。

  • Can you bring us 10 different solutions or 20 different solutions and let's weigh them all, but not one solution, you know that, you know, the phrase if all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.

    你能不能給我們帶來10個不同的解決方案或20個不同的解決方案,讓我們權衡一下,但不是一個解決方案,你知道,你知道,這句話如果你只有一把錘子,一切看起來都是釘子。

  • And so here it was just your open or your clothes and it's really ground down the economy here and it's one of the reasons why getting London back to work has been my phrase for the past 56 months since I've been campaigning.

    是以,在這裡,你只能打開你的衣服,這確實使這裡的經濟受到影響,這也是為什麼讓倫敦恢復工作是我在過去56個月的競選中的一句話的原因之一。

  • Get London back to work.

    讓倫敦重新開始工作。

  • That's my primary policy Then.

    這是我的主要政策,然後。

  • I mean four things Londoners care about getting London back to work.

    我的意思是倫敦人關心的四件事,讓倫敦重新開始工作。

  • Crime on the streets, building housing, affordable housing and transport situation is just a mess.

    街道上的犯罪,建築住房,可負擔的住房和交通狀況只是一個爛攤子。

  • Um it's expensive to get around in London and our transport networks going bankrupt and people are kind of tired of it.

    嗯,在倫敦出行很貴,我們的交通網絡要破產了,人們都有點厭倦了。

  • So those are the big issues, but getting London back to work is something we've been really focused on and now they're starting to give the states where we can open up.

    所以這些是大問題,但讓倫敦恢復工作是我們真正關注的事情,現在他們開始給我們可以開放的州。

  • But one of the biggest things I want to do is I want to hold a big event in august, it's called the Great Celebration.

    但我想做的最大事情之一是我想在8月舉行一個大型活動,它被稱為大慶典。

  • Um and London has been really good at doing big events in the past.

    嗯,倫敦在過去真的很擅長做大型活動。

  • We crushed the 2012 Olympics and back in 1851 we had something called the Great Exhibition.

    我們舉辦了2012年奧運會,而早在1851年,我們就有了一個叫做大展的東西。

  • It was a big, big celebration.

    那是一個很大很大的慶祝活動。

  • It kind of was the beginning of what a world's fair would be.

    它是世界博覽會的開端,也是世界博覽會的開端。

  • And they brought people into London.

    他們還把人們帶到了倫敦。

  • The whole thing was actually running a profit.

    整個事情實際上是在經營利潤。

  • It actually created our science museum And some of our big museums here because the money has made.

    它實際上創造了我們的科學博物館和我們這裡的一些大博物館,因為錢已經賺了。

  • So I have a vision for the same type of event to happen in August 31 days, street festivals during the day, music festivals at night, 20 million people coming into London to safely show the world that we're back in some ways the way Texas is done to show the world that guess what?

    是以,我有一個願景,在8月31日發生同樣類型的活動,白天是街頭節日,晚上是音樂節,2000萬人進入倫敦,安全地向世界展示我們在某些方面回到了德克薩斯州的方式,向世界展示,你猜怎麼著?

  • We're back.

    我們回來了。

  • Sure it was a difficult year, but we've left it behind and we're here to show the world why we think we're great, we're sure to hold the world that we're back in business and we're ready to go.

    當然,這是困難的一年,但我們已經把它拋在腦後,我們在這裡向世界展示為什麼我們認為我們是偉大的,我們肯定會向世界表明,我們已經恢復營業,我們已經準備好。

  • It's a big, almost like a big reset.

    這是一個大的,幾乎像一個大的重置。

  • So that's one of my big policies as mayor to not just talk about it, but to show people how we're going to do it.

    是以,這是我作為市長的重要政策之一,不只是談論它,而是向人們展示我們將如何做到這一點。

  • And when I see when I start telling people about this JP their lives, their eyes light up there thinking, yeah, this is great.

    當我看到當我開始告訴人們關於這個JP他們的生活時,他們的眼睛在那裡亮了起來,認為,是的,這是偉大的。

  • They start thinking we'll have the best bands here and we'll go to this thing here and you know, it's in the DNA of this city.

    他們開始想我們會有最好的樂隊在這裡,我們會去這裡參加這個活動,你知道,這是這個城市的DNA。

  • And so again, as mayor, that's something I can do, JP, I can say we're going to have this celebration, let's get everyone involved.

    是以,再次,作為市長,這是我可以做的事情,JP,我可以說我們要舉行這個慶祝活動,讓大家都參與進來。

  • I'll talk to everybody in the industry, will do free transportation for people in this city, will find people to get involved.

    我將與行業內的每個人交談,將為這個城市的人們做免費交通,將找到人們參與。

  • It's the spark of an idea.

    這是一個想法的火花。

  • It's innovation, is leadership.

    這就是創新,就是領導力。

  • That's something the current mayor.

    那是現任市長的事。

  • I mean, he's never run a business in his life.

    我的意思是,他一生中從未經營過企業。

  • I just don't think he's got that kind of vision.

    我只是不認為他有那樣的眼光。

  • So that's, that's where a leader could make or break potentially a city which makes or breaks this country.

    是以,這就是,這就是一個領導人可能會使一個城市產生或破壞的地方,而這個城市會使這個國家產生或破壞。

  • I mean the GDP of this country, the tax revenues of London power almost the whole country, to a certain extent, it's 25-50%.

    我的意思是這個國家的GDP,倫敦權力的稅收幾乎整個國家,在某種程度上,它是25-50%。

  • The tax revenues come from this city.

    稅收收入來自於這個城市。

  • So if we make a win, the rest of the country makes a win.

    是以,如果我們取得了勝利,全國其他地區也取得了勝利。

  • So again, I want to find a way we can safely get people back to work.

    是以,我再次希望找到一種我們可以安全地讓人們重新工作的方法。

  • But then also make sure that this becomes a massive place of industry.

    但隨後也要確保這成為一個大規模的產業場所。

  • And so it's a great question.

    是以,這是一個很好的問題。

  • JP I'm wondering, can we learn anything from what you guys have done in texas?

    JP我想知道,我們能從你們在德克薩斯州的工作中學習到什麼嗎?

  • Because it seems to me that you guys have avoided a lot of problems that happened on the coasts.

    因為在我看來,你們已經避免了很多發生在沿海地區的問題。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

something I've been, I just love to hear your quick snapshot of that an issue that's been near and dear to my heart for unfortunately over a year now are the lockdowns, which after a couple of weeks to me really seem like they are way out of proportion were damaging lives, not saving lives, were causing more harm than help.

我一直在做一件事,我只是想聽聽你對這個問題的快速描述,不幸的是,一年多來,我一直很關注這個問題,那就是封鎖,在幾個星期後,我真的覺得它們的比例太高了,正在破壞生命,而不是拯救生命,造成更多傷害而不是幫助。

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