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  • Hey, listen, my personal opinion, I think more officers on the street isn't gonna help doing it, because even if more people apply for it, I personally have a place for the met myself as well.

  • I got turned away person because of my time streets, that was, we'll probably have the budget coming from a suburban area myself.

  • People don't like seeing moments officers on the scene, they get more annoyed about it.

  • People that are involved with the crime.

  • My area is full of crime in gangs.

  • What if they were trained with the communities, what they had more time, more budget, more opportunities.

  • That's why, because they see the police, they see as, uh, you know, there has been police crime against the community, I guess the public is not lately, especially, that's the only thing that's going all around the news, So I don't think that's gonna be of any help, to be honest.

  • So, I think more to include them into society like, um more like youth clubs, apprenticeships, that they can apply for, people that have no other opportunity, and think the only opportunity for them is gang life.

  • They need to be supported with other opportunities, saying, look, you don't need to do this, you can apply for this, you can do this, we're supporting with you, We're supporting here with this, you've got more opportunities.

  • That's what the and that's what this focus.

  • The communities are supposed to do 250 community centers where they can actually see these options in the breakfast ships, but I know what you're saying about police, Okay.

  • And I spoke with this Lives on Nice Charity and Kids on the street, and that's what the police officers and they both admit they both musically things differently.

  • The police right now, they don't have much budget, they can't train these young officers, they don't pay very well, as you probably know when you want to apply, they pay horribly.

  • They don't hire from the community and they actually don't, they don't treat the citizens very respectfully and they're not trained with the communities.

  • And I talked to one police officer, he said we used to train the new officers with the communities all together on a weekend.

  • They would literally see how to treat people and not to treat people that people including said they're disrespectful, we're stocking search.

  • They said we understand you have to do it and keeps us safe but don't do it so disrespectfully.

  • And and the police officers okay.

  • They said they would give me two days more a month training and I'll train these officers to be more respectful.

  • So I understand a lot of people look at the police and they don't do it right.

  • But they they just need more support and I think more budget and more training and I think they can do a better job.

  • I need to be held accountable.

  • And they should have people representing their communities like you and they should be forced to have people in Croydon who live in court and police that people in court.

  • That's why I think you need both approaches.

  • Um, but right now everyone says there's no money.

  • So let's just last thing to talk about the money.

  • TFL is going bankrupt and London's running at a profit right now.

  • Does that make any sense?

  • London?

  • Well, okay, but if you look at, like, if you look at the city of London, the financial center, the property in central London, they're making a lot of money right now.

  • Okay.

  • Last year has been a struggle, but it's going to be back.

  • So how come TFL is going to bankrupt?

  • But Canary Warf, the city of London where I used to work is making massive monthly amounts of money.

  • It doesn't make sense.

  • So that's why I think you need something called the infrastructure tax.

  • So look at the 02 arena and all the buildings around there.

  • The only reason they exist is because the jubilee extension line went in right.

  • Probably cost a couple billion.

  • Did they ever get paid for that?

  • No, but tens of billions of pounds within by these developers.

  • So I'm going to incorporate something called the infrastructure tax.

  • It's three on any game they see from their building.

  • If they're within 500 m of a tube stop that's it above and beyond normal games and get that back to the police for hiring more officers like you I hope and we're also investing that could be billions of pounds.

  • So the TFL doesn't run bankrupt.

  • You have to have these ridiculous congestion charge extensions of US charge extensions and L.

  • C.

  • And supporting NElson and next week I'm talking about the L.

  • C.

  • And everybody will get angry about that.

  • So again, I see a business solution here, but it doesn't make sense.

  • But London is making a lot of money and then TFL is being bankrupt and we're told there's not enough police keep our kids safe.

  • We should be embarrassed about my city.

  • Not just that, but the thing is how are they making that amount of money when every other small business that you focus in here where all going bankrupt?

  • So, but what can we do about that?

  • Part of the problem?

  • Obviously had these regressive taxes.

  • So any flat tax hurts everybody.

  • So even the mayor, the mayor is supposed to be a labor guy.

  • He says, oh, I'm sorry.

  • It's a regressive tax.

  • Just increased council taxes, right?

  • Just extremely extended the congestion charge proteins.

  • It's this flat.

  • Great.

  • So if you make minimum wage or you're struggling, it takes a big chunk of urine and he's like, yeah, I know.

  • It's like, well, what are you doing for these people?

  • So again, why not tax these big corporations that are making the money out there?

  • I used to work for a corporation.

  • We've already spoken with some of the developers and they said we're not happy about this, but we really have this conversation because what they do now is they wait, they find out a tube sock is going to be built there and they buy them on the lid and then development.

  • That sound fair to me.

  • So I think the corporations can happy the percentage, but I'm also pro business.

  • I won't allow everybody to try to get back to work.

  • We were all employed and everybody wins.

  • And I don't think the car Mayor physical business.

  • Yeah.

  • So it's like those four things and also affordable housing.

  • He hasn't built any houses in five years.

  • He promised 18,000 homes per year.

  • He's built 12,000 new homes.

  • So I work with his top architect in London.

  • It's called modular homes.

  • I just dropped my manifesto.

  • I'll show you what they look like.

  • These are homes that you actually design actually in a factory.

  • You can make a 33 bedroom, four bedroom, five bedroom and then you can literally construct them in weeks on TFL.

  • And and this is a site trying to find my housing process in Hackney Wick where we've scoped out what these buildings look like.

  • It's called.

  • It's modular housing.

  • There are four stories tall.

  • You can design on there.

  • Really nice on the inside there about £100,000 each.

  • And this is actually built on Tfl land in Hackney Wick to where we already own the land.

  • They can construct this within a few weeks.

  • You custom design in the factory comes out, it's super green, people can have these beautiful houses to live in.

  • I suppose these politicians, they just keep talking about, it's like sweet, you want to learn about the system is of course affordable housing which will help everybody's house.

  • Everyone has one of the struggles.

  • I'm gonna build 1000 new homes by Christmas.

  • I don't believe me, but I know exactly where to put them in every borough as well.

  • They can literally spring up even in bad areas where you see disused areas that turn to like gang crime, we can build beautiful houses.

  • So those are the things of undressing I believe that Good solutions like my my team, we spent eight months researching this but these are manifested by the way.

  • Just dropped this.

  • It's on our website.

  • You have never seen this before.

  • Yeah.

  • Just printing them right now I'll give you the website link about literally my last one.

  • Hold my dad threw up, we just dropped it today but it's like 48 pages and it goes into the exact details of what we want to do.

  • Some people say it's the best manifesto they've ever seen themselves so we almost always quite confused because I keep seeing on instagram sponsored hashtag brian Mayer.

  • How many times I even had conversations with my sister saying I'm not quite sure about his manifesto because it's not quite out there.

  • I don't know who he is.

  • I don't know where he came from.

  • I don't know.

  • I didn't know anything about you to be honest.

  • Even though you've got a lot of sponsored adverts, you've got a lot of information on your instagram.

  • I don't know this much in detail.

  • So I am glad I got to meet.

  • I'm glad I got to meet you.

  • What did you learn from those videos?

  • Like I just didn't know what I was doing.

  • Did you learn anything from those?

  • Um, I just knew more about you.

  • I knew okay is running for me out.

  • I didn't know what exactly what to do for love.

  • Now that I do.

  • I think that may have changed my mind.

  • You weren't sure about me for I was why tell me be honest, because I didn't know much about, I mean, not everyone would get to meet you in person like I did.

  • So not everyone is going to be able to change their mind like I did as well.

  • So I think uhh what I imposed I know I've got no right to sorry, but if you, I don't know if you already do this, but more like interviews like this and post on instagram.

  • So people from the public have questions like me, you know, more realistic questions and if they can get the answers to their questions, I probably ask you questions that they wanted to know.

  • So if they could know the answers to that as well, I think more people would be on your side to be honest.

  • Really good advice, appreciate it.

  • And I know isn't that that's why we're kind of out here filming this stuff and I love talking to people like you.

  • I honestly think if I could spend 20 minutes with every long term and give you this document, I think everyone would go.

  • I really do because then they get to see like really passionate about this actually.

  • So this isn't just a bus, it's actually digital battle bus and I have a studio in the back and I just live stream for an hour and 12 minutes.

  • My voice is almost gone and I answered questions from Instagram and YouTube and I presented this whole manifesto and stuff and a lot of this information is on the website.

  • But if you didn't know that that's my fault because I have communicate directly to you.

  • So I'm glad I got the chance.

  • It may have been my fault because it's my fault.

  • Hard to get time to.

  • Yeah, but if we search anything about it.

  • But I mean that means some job because you need to know what the last thing is.

  • I got all these digital networks.

  • I want to take him to city hall.

  • I want to be a live stream university hall every day, taking questions.

  • I think politicians should be on instagram like really on instagram and actually answer questions.

  • But nowadays they don't.

  • Another point about that.

  • I did really like the fact that you're so active on your instagram because it makes you more relatable because the current anyone, any politician right now, it's like they're up there were here, we have no idea what they're doing right now.

  • You're like here with us, we know who you are, we see what you're doing, we know where you're going.

  • You're meeting everyone, you're more relatable than any other politician out there.

  • I can just say that it makes me really happy and I agree.

  • I see the current politicians and every picture on instagram seems like a photo op, like a press release.

  • You don't get to know what I really like.

  • I've been told I shouldn't post some things in the school.

  • Sometimes I post me hitting a punching bag and people who make it funny, but that's okay.

  • You know that's me, that's me.

  • It's like it's real.

  • So I appreciate you saying that actually that you made my day by saying so.

  • But I agree.

  • I think our politicians to be more transparent.

  • So I'm trying here, I've been to every single borough in London.

  • We've driven this bus 4000 miles through London because I come out here and talk to people.

  • Not everyone is as nice as you, but some people, I like your hard questions to, you know, it makes me know what I need to do.

  • So um Anyways, we're gonna get this lady a copy of this, but you were in the link in the meantime, is brought in from our website and then manifestos right at the top.

Hey, listen, my personal opinion, I think more officers on the street isn't gonna help doing it, because even if more people apply for it, I personally have a place for the met myself as well.

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I CHANGED MY MIND! ? I WAS NEVER GOING TO VOTE FOR YOU, BRIAN ROSE ❌NOW I WILL! ?

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/04/24
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