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  • Okay.

  • I am here in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea next to the Natural History Museum.

  • Why do I know what this building is?

  • Because I take my boys there to see the dinosaur bones.

  • They love the dinosaur bones and I've got the bus with me.

  • Of course, I can't go anywhere without Brian for mayor.

  • Digital battle bus.

  • I just finished with a bunch of live streams on there today.

  • I was going through Hammersmith and Fulham through Kensington and Chelsea through Westminster and getting the feedback from you, the citizens finding out what's your challenge?

  • Most people are really frustrated with the lack of accountability of our current mayor of London.

  • He pushes through these el tiene schemes.

  • He pushes through these extended and raised congestion charges.

  • He pushes through these Ula zones on these streetscapes schemes and the citizens hate it.

  • It means they can't visit their family or they get fined.

  • It means that ambulances and paramedics can't get to victims in time.

  • It means businesses don't have the customers because a lack of football and it means emissions go up.

  • It's just classic, you know, glass tower policy thinking from the mayor and most people are super frustrated.

  • That's what I've learned today.

  • Andi have learned so many lessons.

  • You know, right now, we've logged over 1000 miles on this bus 1000 miles in the city of London.

  • That's 32 boroughs.

  • 14, 15 days.

  • Now we've been out there.

  • That's enough.

  • Uh, enough, uh, Miles to go from here to Scotland and back probably dip into Wales as well.

  • That's how much we care about this city.

  • That's how much we wanna be on the ground.

  • I've learned so much from so many people were gonna keep this thing rolling.

  • So just want to say I really appreciate you.

  • If I missed your borough or I missed your question.

  • Leave me a comment below.

  • You can always go to Brian from Marathon London and find out where we're gonna be.

  • Find out how you can help volunteer and support, but it's just been amazing being out there, you know, this all started off 12, 13 days ago with me out in the middle of the street in Suffolk by London Bridge.

  • It was snowing for the first time in London and years.

  • I was walking on the street just like this.

  • Holding my phone with the bus behind me on I was surrounded by 10 city of London police officers.

  • They approached in five police fans just to grab me and they stopped me.

  • They detained me.

  • They find me and my crew and they banned me from campaigning.

  • Something felt wrong about that.

  • Something felt like that was, ah, violation to criminalize the democratic process.

  • This close to an election felt wrong.

  • So we decided to fight back.

  • We drafted a five page letter from our legal team, sent it to the police commissioners and said, we believe we are campaigning in 100% covitz secure manner, which we are.

  • And we went back out on the road.

  • We had, you know, a few bumps and rubs in with police.

  • Metropolitan police followed us, stopped us.

  • But we kept going on.

  • We're super excited about what we're doing here.

  • We're changing the game.

  • We're digitizing the democratic process on.

  • We're taking this thing all the way to City Hall.

  • On May 6, we will become the next new mayor of London, and we're excited to change the game from the ground up and to keep it digital way.

  • Wanna keep flowing with ideas?

  • I'm gonna keep live streaming.

  • I'm gonna keep getting your comments and find out.

  • What do you want from this city?

  • What are your challenges?

  • I've been toe every single borough, so I know what's going on in fields.

  • I know what's going on in herring Gay.

  • I know what's going on embarking and tagging them.

  • I know what's going on in Wandsworth.

  • I know what's going on in land, but I know what's going on out in Richmond because I've been there and I've done live broadcast from every single one of those boroughs and I know what's going on.

  • So I appreciate you were gonna keep this going.

  • Leave me your comments below.

  • Share this video with someone who needs to know what's going on, but we're digitizing the democratic process.

  • We're doing it right now, and we're super excited.

  • So I just want to say big shout out to my son's Caden and Damon, therefore three years old.

  • And we're going to see the dinosaur bones, I promise.

  • When they open up this museum, we're going to see the dinosaur bones right here.

  • Daddy's gonna take you and, uh, for everybody else.

  • Thank you so much has been an honor, uh, to go so far, and we're gonna keep it going.

  • We got 90 days left.

  • Let's make this happen.

  • Let's take London in a new direction.

  • Let's get the economy back going.

  • Put London back to work.

  • Let's use science based decisions.

  • Let's take a proportionate response to this virus on.

  • Let's get some new directions from new ideas.

  • How about some innovations?

  • How about some education instead of using fear as a weapon, which is what your current mayor does?

  • Let's say no to that.

  • Let's take us in a new direction.

  • So thank you so much again.

  • I appreciate all the support and love and everything.

  • We're just gonna keep it moving.

  • Come visit us.

  • Come join us.

  • Come volunteer for us.

  • And, uh, may 6.

  • Let's make it happen for you.

  • Fair elections registered to vote vote on May 6.

  • And I appreciate you very much.

  • And I love you guys.

  • All right.

  • Bye.

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DINOSAUR BONES ? ♥️ KENSINGTON & CHELSEA, HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM, AND WESTMINSTER ?? THANK YOU ?

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/02/05
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