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  • the marriage.

  • So you know, there's so much we could do.

  • You know, another thing that's good ever since because I've been living in London for about 26 years.

  • All right.

  • I've never seen something going.

  • I haven't really seen a mayoral candidate actually go out and talk to people and actually like physically like meet people, take pictures, explain what that's why they want to do it.

  • Why why they love London for things.

  • They mainly just like do the whole interview and like clash with each other argue.

  • They argue that I never actually said there's a point where you get the point across, whereas for you, you actually go into like this place at first across speaking to people and explaining why you want to come here.

  • So I think that's a really good time.

  • Thanks.

  • I appreciate that.

  • I mean, I'm not from the political machine.

  • So they have the ways they do it, they do the bare minimum to get elected.

  • So what they do is they go on the BBC and have this show that looks like a baby.

  • They use some press releases and then they go back into their armored vehicles and they go back in my opinion.

  • That's not how you solve problems.

  • Yeah, I am, I'm asking the same question.

  • They don't like independent communities.

  • It messes up the structure of this two party system.

  • They convinced the public there are two choices.

  • There are two choices and then you take one of the choices and it seems like the same choice.

  • So getting in his independent voices hard, which is why I'm your big buses with my face on there, which is why I'm coming out here.

  • But I think the mayor should talk to people like you come out.

  • Some people say bad things to me and ask the hard questions and some people say, okay, we like your policies, but this is what they should be doing.

  • I've seen them on a hard question for you hunted it.

  • Well, it's really should man because those hard questions became that manifesto.

  • I didn't always have all those answers.

  • So you know, I appreciate you noticing that.

  • I think the mayor should be out here talking to people but think they can think because they they're worried about saying something wrong.

  • They probably didn't write their manifesto.

  • They probably don't know how to talk to people.

  • They probably don't care about people.

  • Always strange things.

  • I don't think the current mayor blood and actually cares about londoners.

  • I don't think he likes me personally.

  • I just think it's a career for so that's frustrating because I live here.

  • My Children were born here.

  • I'm gonna be buried.

  • And I well, you know my videos OK?

  • About what?

  • Don't get him off.

  • All right.

  • I really appreciate it.

  • Yeah.

  • Come on.

  • Let's do it.

  • Let's do it.

  • Okay.

  • That's something.

  • The water.

  • Yeah, we're gonna sell me to manage.

  • Not something good.

  • God, I've got a really good skills.

  • I'm something festival.

  • Right.

  • Right.

  • Good.

  • Yeah, But do it plans to appreciate the support.

  • This is a straight from the mayor himself.

  • Thanks so much.

  • Question.

  • It's a little it's not a hard question question.

  • Do you always have a manifesto in this suit?

  • In this suit?

  • You do have a manifesto in the suit.

  • I got my copy that has like my notes and stuff.

  • So yeah, you know, I love it so much and for me it represents like eight months of work, so I'm so proud of it.

  • So I pull it out all the time and I'm like, it's in here.

  • You know why?

  • Because every time I see you speaking to someone it's always like I don't fucking manifesting you bring it out and I'm like, oh my God, he's always going, you gotta sleep with one eye at night.

  • But now we're really proud of him and it's the best manifested out.

  • I think it's got all these, yeah, it's always use and cost everything.

  • So a lot of people say more officers on the street, but how you gonna be able to, a lot of people say, oh we're gonna get tough on crime, but how you gonna do it?

  • So it's all in there.

  • But good question manifesto is always in the suit, always have it tattooed on the next.

  • Thank you.

  • All right, appreciate it.

  • Thanks so much.

  • All right, you guys all the best way, Alright, Thanks for waiting.

  • I appreciate you.

  • Okay.

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WHY IS SADIQ KHAN SITTING AT HOME, WHILE BRIAN ROSE IS OUT TALKING TO THE PEOPLE OF LONDON? ??

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/04/30
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