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  • when is the election?

    選舉是什麼時候?

  • So it's three weeks from today.

    是以,從今天起就是三個星期。

  • It's on May six.

    這是在5月6日。

  • and it's like I said, it's really down to us and the current mayor, it's been fascinating to watch.

    就像我說的,這真的取決於我們和現任市長,這很吸引人。

  • He's a very, very good politicians have been doing this for 18 years.

    他是一個非常、非常好的政治家,已經做了18年了。

  • I always joked that I don't think he could get a job in the private sector.

    我總是開玩笑說,我不認為他能在私營部門找到一份工作。

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

    呃,他這輩子都沒有經營過生意。

  • And so it's kind of fascinating to think that he's going to be the guy to get us out of the worst recession in 300 years.

    是以,想到他將成為讓我們走出300年來最嚴重的經濟衰退的人,這有點令人著迷。

  • And I keep reminding people, you know, London was built on business.

    我一直提醒人們,你知道,倫敦是建立在商業之上的。

  • You know, the romans came here a couple 1000 years ago, not because of the view.

    你知道,羅馬人在幾千年前就來到這裡,並不是因為這裡的風景。

  • You know, they came here because it was a place of commerce and our great culture are great fashion are great music came out of the fact that people came here to do business and I just see someone at the helm that doesn't seem to have a plan to rebuild things and also the city's falling apart.

    你知道,他們來到這裡是因為這裡是一個商業的地方,我們偉大的文化、偉大的時尚、偉大的音樂都來自於人們來到這裡做生意的事實,而我只是看到有人在掌舵,似乎沒有一個重建事物的計劃,而且這個城市也在崩潰。

  • I mean, knife crime is a big thing here, Michael, it's hard for people to believe, but teenagers, they get stabbed on the streets all the time and transport networks are going bankrupt and there's no housing in this city and it's amazing.

    我的意思是,刀子犯罪在這裡是個大問題,邁克爾,人們很難相信,但青少年,他們經常在街上被刺傷,交通網絡正在破產,這個城市沒有住房,這很驚人。

  • Five years later, it's gotten worse.

    五年後,情況變得更糟。

  • But I must say the man is good at a photo op and he's good at staying away from people.

    但我必須說,這個人很會拍照,也很會離人遠一點。

  • I've been told by his own party, he's not allowed to go out in public until the election because when he goes out, people literally yell at him, they run down the street and he has to kind of run and hide when they come out.

    他自己的黨派告訴我,在選舉之前,他不允許在公共場合出去,因為當他出去時,人們真的對他大喊大叫,他們在街上跑來跑去,當他們出來時,他不得不有點逃跑和隱藏。

  • And so it's this weird thing where I'm out there on the streets.

    是以,這是一個奇怪的事情,我在那裡的街道上。

  • Um I got I got pulled over by the police about three months ago.

    大約三個月前,我被警察攔下了。

  • I got surrounded by 10 police officers and five vans and they grabbed me and my crew and they detained us.

    我被10名警察和5輛麵包車包圍了,他們抓住了我和我的工作人員,把我們拘留了。

  • They find us.

    他們找到了我們。

  • And they banned me from campaigning, actually.

    而且他們禁止我參加競選,實際上。

  • And they said I was breaking the covid protocols and I was literally alone in the middle of the street talking to my phone.

    他們說我違反了covid協議,而且我真的獨自在街道中間對著手機說話。

  • And I said, actually, we're following the same protocols that are being used for a television production right down the street.

    我說,實際上,我們所遵循的協議與街邊的電視製作所使用的協議相同。

  • And I said, this feels political to me.

    我說,這讓我感覺到了政治。

  • And we actually take the whole thing.

    而我們實際上是把整個事情。

  • It went viral.

    它變成了病毒。

  • And the police like, this isn't political.

    和警察一樣,這不是政治。

  • And they got very loud and again, the police have a hard job, but they were stuck between some weird political agendas.

    他們變得非常吵鬧,同樣,警察的工作很辛苦,但他們被卡在一些奇怪的政治議程之間。

  • And so it's been an interesting time.

    是以,這是一個有趣的時期。

  • And uh, I actually joked, kind of not joked that we should have the U.

    而且,我實際上是在開玩笑,有點不是在開玩笑,我們應該讓美國。

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  • Here, you know, the guys in the white helmets to make sure we had free and fair elections because again, if you can't learn about your candidate, then how do you have the right to vote?

    在這裡,你知道,那些戴著白色頭盔的人確保我們有自由和公平的選舉,因為同樣,如果你不能瞭解你的候選人,那麼你怎麼會有投票權?

  • Which means it's not a democracy?

    這意味著它不是一個民主國家?

  • And they were literally not allowing me to go out and spread my message.

    他們實際上是不允許我出去傳播我的資訊。

  • So it's interesting times to say the least.

    是以,至少可以說這是一個有趣的時代。

  • Well, you know, you just hit on something that always amazes me.

    好吧,你知道,你剛剛擊中了一些總是讓我吃驚的東西。

  • You have a guy that's a career politician that never ran a business, never had to make a payroll, never had to repay a loan and try to get financing for a company.

    你有一個職業政治家的傢伙,從來沒有經營過企業,從來沒有發過工資,從來沒有償還過貸款並試圖為一個公司獲得融資。

  • You never had to worry about customers.

    你從來不需要擔心客戶。

  • And all of a sudden he's gonna solve, you know, the biggest issues financially economically in a major country.

    突然間,他要解決,你知道,一個大國經濟上最大的問題。

  • Uh from what what experience brian, you know, and I know, you know, business is tough, you don't just walk in and say, okay, I'm gonna solve all the problems.

    呃,從什麼什麼經驗來看,布萊恩,你知道,我也知道,你知道,生意是艱難的,你不可能一走進去就說,好吧,我要解決所有的問題。

  • You don't have a clue.

    你沒有任何線索。

  • And you know, I tell people that all the time we have the same thing here in the States.

    你知道,我一直告訴人們,我們在美國也有同樣的事情。

  • We have a president has been, you know, in office for 47 years.

    我們的總統已經,你知道,在位47年了。

  • He's never ran a business, you know anything about it.

    他從來沒有經營過一個企業,你知道什麼。

  • How are you going to solve the biggest economic problem of our times?

    你打算如何解決我們這個時代最大的經濟問題?

  • It makes no sense.

    這毫無意義。

  • And I don't understand how people rationalize, but you know what they do.

    我不明白人們是如何合理化的,但你知道他們在做什麼。

  • Let's give him a subsidy check, lets you know, give him a stimulus check.

    讓我們給他一張補貼支票,讓你知道,給他一張刺激性支票。

  • We'll do that, keep people happy, keep them quiet and we can do whatever we need to do, man.

    我們會這樣做,讓人們高興,讓他們安靜,我們可以做任何我們需要做的事情,夥計。

  • I hope you break that cycle.

    我希望你能打破這個循環。

  • They really do it brian.

    他們真的是這樣做的,布萊恩。

  • It's really refreshing talking to you Michael.

    和你談話真的很新鮮,邁克爾。

  • So by the way, thank you.

    所以順便說一句,謝謝你。

  • This is like therapy for me because I'm on the road usually campaigning all day.

    這對我來說就像治療,因為我通常整天在路上競選。

  • But you know, it's so true.

    但你知道,這是如此真實。

  • What you said, first of all those subsidies, people don't realize it's the lower income people that pay for those over time because of increased taxes.

    你所說的,首先是那些補貼,人們沒有意識到是低收入的人因為稅收增加而長期支付這些補貼。

  • So you think you're getting a free check from the government, it's actually the hard working american or british person here that actually pays for that in the long run through inflation, through taxation.

    所以你認為你從政府那裡得到了一張免費的支票,實際上是這裡辛勤工作的美國人或英國人通過通貨膨脹,通過稅收,在長期內實際支付了這些。

  • Um and again, amen to what you said, the mayor of London has a budget of £18 billion really £18 billion as a budget.

    嗯,再一次,對你說的話表示贊同,倫敦市長有一個180億英鎊的預算,真的是180億英鎊的預算。

  • And he has never run a business in his life.

    而且他一生中從未經營過企業。

  • He's bankrupted our transport system twice this last year and he asked the national government for bailouts.

    去年,他讓我們的交通系統破產了兩次,他向國家政府要求救助。

  • So what they do is when they fail, they increased taxes and asked for bailouts.

    所以他們所做的是,當他們失敗時,他們增加稅收並要求救助。

  • Now you and I were both in business.

    現在你和我都在做生意。

  • You know, I was there for 30 years.

    你知道,我在那裡工作了30年。

  • You were probably something close to that.

    你可能是與此相近的人。

  • And we know first of all you have to hold people accountable and you have to make the payroll and you have to make sure you don't go out of business or you lose everything.

    我們知道,首先你必須讓人們負責,你必鬚髮工資,你必須確保你不會倒閉,否則你會失去一切。

  • All of your hard work.

    你所有的辛勤工作。

  • It could be 10 years, it could be your own savings.

    這可能是10年,可能是你自己的儲蓄。

  • It could be your reputation.

    這可能是你的聲譽。

  • So you fight tooth and nail to find solutions to find innovations to problems.

    是以,你拼命地尋找解決方案,為問題尋找創新。

  • Whereas we see civil servants, they kind of throw their hands up and say, oops, um we need to borrow some more money.

    而我們看到公務員,他們有點舉手投降,說,哎呀,嗯,我們需要再借一些錢。

  • We need to tax you.

    我們需要向你徵稅。

  • We just screwed up again.

    我們剛剛又搞砸了。

  • We're sorry.

    我們很抱歉。

  • And it's like you can't say you're sorry in the business world, nobody wants to hear that, right?

    而且,在商業世界裡,你不能說你很抱歉,沒有人願意聽到這樣的話,對嗎?

  • Well they don't feel the pain brian.

    他們並不感到痛苦,布萊恩。

  • That's it.

    就這樣了。

  • Print some more money.

    再印一些錢。

  • Well, tax people will do it slowly.

    好吧,稅務人員會慢慢地做。

  • We'll do it quietly.

    我們會悄悄地做。

  • We'll make them believe we're taxing the rich.

    我們會讓他們相信我們在對富人徵稅。

  • They don't realize it's really on the rich can afford it.

    他們沒有意識到這確實是在富人能夠負擔得起的情況下。

  • It's really on the backs of the blue collar workers and the ordinary people.

    這確實是在藍領工人和普通人的背上。

  • And uh, you know, so many people I've learned over the years, especially through social media, that so many people are uninformed and uneducated.

    而且,呃,你知道,這麼多年來我學到了很多人,特別是通過社交媒體,這麼多的人都是不知情的,沒有受過教育的。

  • That's not a knock on them.

    這並不是對他們的敲打。

  • You know, they're living their lives.

    你知道,他們正在過他們的生活。

  • They're trying to do the right thing to support their families through a job and they, they just don't get into it enough to be informed as to what's going on.

    他們試圖做正確的事情,通過工作來支持他們的家庭,他們只是沒有足夠的瞭解,不知道發生了什麼。

  • And that's why when somebody like yourself is out there in the streets pounding away and telling them the truth.

    這就是為什麼當像你這樣的人在外面的街道上敲打,告訴他們真相。

  • You just pray that they listen.

    你只是祈禱他們聽從。

  • Really?

    真的嗎?

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • People are listening to, you know, I think that the current politicians of today and the current mayor of London, he he thinks people are stupid and guess what?

    人們在聽,你知道,我認為今天的政治家和倫敦的現任市長,他他認為人們是愚蠢的,你猜怎麼著?

  • They're not.

    他們不是。

  • We found this with long form content.

    我們在長篇幅的內容中發現了這一點。

  • I mean you're a master.

    我是說你是個大師。

  • I love watching your Youtube videos.

    我喜歡看你的Youtube視頻。

  • Michael, I love all the contact you produce.

    邁克爾,我喜歡你產生的所有聯繫。

  • I love your interviews and you know, people can grasp a nuanced conversation.

    我喜歡你的採訪,你知道,人們可以把握住細微的對話。

  • They can grasp nuanced ideas and the public is quite smart.

    他們能掌握細微的想法,公眾也相當聰明。

  • And so I got people coming up on the street, whether they're a taxi driver, a bus driver, a nurse, even I got teenagers coming up and saying, Hey, I watched your videos.

    是以,我在街上看到有人過來,不管他們是計程車司機、公共汽車司機、護士,甚至有青少年過來說,嘿,我看了你的視頻。

  • I saw your policies.

    我看到了你的政策。

  • I see what you're doing with housing.

    我明白你在住房方面的做法。

  • I see what you're doing with transport and you're like, man.

    我看到你在做運輸工作,你就像,夥計。

  • And they're like, I used to hate politics.

    他們就說,我以前很討厭政治。

  • I didn't like those guys, but now I can see how it affects me.

    我不喜歡那些人,但現在我可以看到它對我的影響。

  • So I think we're coming to A level where people are getting educated more, um just because of the media that's out there, so I'm hopeful I'm optimistic.

    是以,我認為我們正在進入A級,人們正在接受更多的教育,嗯,只是因為那裡的媒體,所以我有希望,我很樂觀。

when is the election?

選舉是什麼時候?

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