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  • I've been researching this entire subject for the past 3 to 4 months in my bid to become your next mayor of London.

  • And I'm really gone into the numbers and gone into detail because the truth is is I've worked in finance.

  • I've run my own business.

  • I've, you know, taken classes, A to Sloan School of Management.

  • I've been around and I know how to run a business.

  • And when I look at the way the government runs itself, quite frankly, it's appalling.

  • Um, no basic freshman in a management class would ever run this city or this country in a fiscally irresponsible manner that we see.

  • And yet it happens all the time.

  • Um, the truth is, why would we expect our elected politicians to run a city in a fiscally responsible way?

  • They have no management experience, no economic experience, no finance experience, no leadership experience, no entrepreneurial experience.

  • So why would we expect our current mayor of London to know how to run a city with a £17 billion budget and over 27,000 employees?

  • The truth is, we shouldn't Andi, yet we kind of are shocked by how they mismanaged this city on a regular basis, and I want to talk about this today.

  • London is now billions of pounds in debt, and you, the taxpayer, are gonna be forced to pay.

  • And I want to talk about that today and talk about how the current mayor is literally driving this city into the ground.

  • But I have a solution.

  • I've got the road map on the way out.

  • I want to talk about this at the end of really deal.

  • So before we get started, I want to get your thoughts.

  • Do you think it's fair that the taxpayer funds governments that go over budget you the taxpayer?

  • Do you think it's fair that you have taxes on your petrol tax increases on your tube fares?

  • Tax increases in your council tax, your business rates?

  • Is it fair to tax you when our government officials, uh, mismanaged budgets?

  • That's what I wanna ask you right now.

  • Second of all, do you think it's fair to increase congestion charges and raise Children's fares in order to pay for mismanagement of the TfL, the transport for London?

  • Third, I want you to tell me, Is it worth the economic damage we're experiencing right now because of locked down for all of this that's happening.

  • Is it worth the economic price that we're currently paying for the current lock down situation?

  • And finally do we need better leadership?

  • And we do.

  • We need a new solution.

  • So I'm so glad you're here again.

  • Please leave me.

  • Your answers were on Instagram.

  • We're on Facebook.

  • We're on YouTube or on Twitter or live everywhere.

  • And I'm gonna be really, really reading off your specific questions as we go.

  • So type them in.

  • They're gonna come to me.

  • There's three parts to this and each part.

  • I'm gonna be asking for your feedback.

  • And again, give me your thoughts.

  • Tell me if if you think I'm wrong, tell me if you think I'm right.

  • Tell me if you think you have a better idea as your next mayor of London, I am not married to the Labor Party or the Conservative Party or any other party.

  • I want the best ideas.

  • Um, in fact, when I'm gonna be the next mayor, I'm open to talking to people from the labor and conservative parties.

  • Toe work with them to do what's best for this city.

  • That's what I wanna do.

  • I want to do what's best for the nine million inhabitants of this city.

  • I wanna listen to you and serve you in the best way possible, as opposed to doing what our current politicians dio, which is, um, they they look out for their vested interests.

  • They look out for their own party and they look out for their own careers and they just wanna be elected and elected and elected.

  • And the truth is, they're never responsible for over budgeting because they just tax you.

  • And then the next year, they get another chance, whether, as if they were actual entrepreneurs, if they failed to manage the budgets of their company, they would be dead.

  • And that's the real business world that I live in.

  • And that's why I take fiscal responsibility very, very seriously.

  • And I'm gonna talk about it today.

  • So looking forward to talking about these topics with you, I'm super excited.

  • You're here.

  • So thanks so much for tuning in.

  • First, I want to talk about the obvious, which is the fact that in 168 days I will become your next mayor of London and I feel like we're all gonna move into City Hall together.

  • All nine million of us, Londoners and truth is, tens of millions of people from around the world are going to join us on this journey because I'm confident that when we can show the world how we can turn London around other cities, they're gonna follow whether that's Paris or Madrid or Rome.

  • Or it could be New York City, Los Angeles, single, poor Tokyo Once they see how we crack this code and again, it's not complicated, but it takes leadership that doesn't have vested interests.

  • And that isn't married to a political party.

  • I think we're gonna be an inspiration for the world.

  • And so you can see I'm sporting my new Brian for Mayor badge.

  • We've got T shirts, we've got pens, we got coffee cups.

  • And if you head over to Brian from air dot London, you can get all your swag.

  • You can support us.

  • We've got new brand new policy pages up a swell.

  • So you could look at my detailed policies for all of the aspects of what I'm gonna do.

  • Is your next mayor of London again?

  • I've gone into the data I've gone into the details and you can see exactly how I'm gonna get London back toe work, Put our science first, put our health first, put our education first and much, much more.

  • Also, you'll be able to volunteer there soon.

  • So sign up for the email list, donate what you can to the campaign because we're going up against major parties with tens of millions of pounds and financing, and they're gonna throw it all at us in the next few months.

  • Trust me, it's coming.

  • And then finally, I want to say thank you to you because we are currently in second place and moving into first place A Z your next mayor of London.

  • The betting agents and the oddsmakers have now put us there.

  • They've put us well ahead of the conservative candidate again.

  • We have made history already, so thank you all for the support out there.

  • I literally see people honking their horns when they go by me on the streets.

  • I got lorry drivers stopping me.

  • I got everyone under the sun shouting out support.

  • I speak Thio my taxi drivers every single night they're all voting for me and I really appreciate that, and the odds show it, but there's still some is some easy money to be made out there.

  • So for those of you that want to back me in the oddsmakers, there's still some crazy people out there given 12 to 1 odds.

  • Obviously, those air easy bets on DWI soon plan to move into number one place in the oddsmakers, and I'm super excited about that.

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  • Not my words.

  • Wild stop my wife, Mhm.

I've been researching this entire subject for the past 3 to 4 months in my bid to become your next mayor of London.

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"I Know How To Run A Business" | Our Elected Officials Cannot Financially Run A City - Brian Rose

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/01/26
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