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  • Mhm.

  • Mhm.

  • Okay.

  • Yes.

  • I don't believe everything you read just because you against Watson passports.

  • Against.

  • What's that sir?

  • You against four boxed in passports?

  • Yes, I agree with two definitely.

  • I think you know as a citizen you should have basic freedoms.

  • So freedom of speech, freedom to protest, freedom for the democratic process and then you should have freedom to put what you want in your body.

  • I also think it's your private choice as well.

  • I don't think someone should ask and I encourage people if they want to the vaccine.

  • My mom has already got two of hers in California.

  • But I I have not chosen to do it yet.

  • I think it should be your choice.

  • And when the government starts saying, well it's your right but you have to have this document to get here and get there.

  • It starts blurring the lines, governments doing that, do something for it.

  • I just I don't think we should.

  • You know, I think we have to really be careful of our own civil liberties and freedoms in times like this.

  • So again, I think everyone should have that choice.

  • I want everyone to be safe.

  • But I also think it should be your right and we start losing our rights, freedom of speech or expression or someone's our digital platforms don't allow us to have certain ideas.

  • I think it's a mistake.

  • So yeah, that's what I about.

  • That's one of the many things.

  • And again, the manifesto, 50 pages of all the ideas after London, I will read all of them and maybe I can vote for you because I haven't decided yet.

  • So which party?

  • I should vote?

  • I don't want to vote for the other parties, the Conservative or Labour or something like that.

  • Maybe I can vote for you.

  • Good luck.

  • I'm glad you're thinking about it because you should really think that's such an important right?

  • We have vote so many countries in this world don't actually had a democratic process.

  • So good.

  • Think about it.

  • The two party system frustrates me a little bit because they give you what I see an illusion of choice every four years.

  • But it seems to be the same things that happen behind the scenes.

  • So on a little frustrated, I think they sign off on each other's failures and they have corporate donations and these backroom deals with me.

  • This is what you get.

  • And I've paid for this campaign.

  • I don't have anybody telling me what to do or what to say.

  • I've lived here 21 years.

  • My Children were born in this city.

  • I'm gonna be buried in this city.

  • I might have an American accent, but I'm a Londoner and I'd love to see and I want to see the best.

  • Yes, I was, yes.

  • Um, but this is my city and it's giving me everything trying to get something back.

  • I've been spending time in this area in Hackney for the past 20 years and I've gone to every single bro in London now, I spent six months, six months out there talking to people in London and all that went into that dog one day is tomorrow, where you from?

  • I'm from Turkey, Turkey.

  • And also I'm a joint of this in Turkey.

  • You are?

  • I was in Cash over the summer.

  • Beautiful city.

  • Cash.

  • My wife is Bulgarian.

  • So you know, I know you have a you guys have a happy rivalry there.

  • She's, she's amazing, she's amazing.

  • So I would say my kids are half half, yeah, that's her, my kids are half english, half Bulgarian, the half american.

  • So, but they're born here.

  • We have a step daughter who's 17 as well.

  • Um yeah, I mean this is a home that's what I love about London.

  • I mean was built on people coming from other places, whether it's the romans of the Celtics, of the Vikings, Everyone came here and it's a place if you work hard and you have a dream, you can do things as an american, you must.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • I really love so.

  • So thank you for reading that, choose choose wisely.

  • It's important.

  • It's an important choice.

  • Um And yeah, thanks for the conversation.

  • Sure.

  • No problem.


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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/05/05
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