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  • I'd like to ask you a question.

  • My friend who said he was thinking of voting for you, okay, wants to know what you think about all these road closures close enough for the road to make it more difficult to navigate the question, What do you work by the way your studio?

  • So first of all, let's talk freedom of speech.

  • Last year I put my whole business on the line, my career, my reputation on the line to fight for freedom of speech.

  • I did a big broadcast on Youtube.

  • Youtube closed it down.

  • They tried a platform me and I said, no, you're not taking my human right for free speech away.

  • We kept broadcasting.

  • We found a way I almost lost my whole channel, my whole business, 10 years of work.

  • So I'm all for freedom of speech.

  • I'm for freedom of protest as well.

  • I don't like this new law they put through, you have to be able to peacefully protest and say whatever you want in this city.

  • I mean that's the basic stuff.

  • And yet they're not letting us do this.

  • They even tried to stop me from campaigning a few months ago and banned me from campaigning, which I think is against human rights.

  • So I'm all for free speech.

  • I've got a whole thing for freedom of speech in my manifesto, which is somewhere I gave a copy to someone.

  • So that's important for me period and you can see I backed it up.

  • Let's talk.

  • Thank you my manifesto.

  • So again, back in the back here, its digital freedom of speech.

  • I've already gone up against against the technology companies.

  • But again, it's all about our freedoms, it's all about freedom of assembly, freedom of speech.

  • Let's talk about these no traffic neighborhoods.

  • Are you kidding me?

  • It's one of the worst things the mayor has ever done.

  • I've been I was at an infield last week, I was in Ealing Before that, I was in South Park.

  • I just came from Islington.

  • You go to these places, they stuck these plants, potted plants in the middle of people's roads.

  • They didn't ask the residents, they didn't ask the business people, they didn't even ask the emergency services about it.

  • Ambulances can't get down, their emissions are up.

  • Journey times are up, businesses are going out of business and people get fine to go see their family.

  • They're literally getting fines and sometimes they don't even show you where the fines are there in a small sign on the bottom.

  • People are angry at the mayor there yelling at the top of their lungs and he's charging millions of pounds of fines to pay for his bankrupt transport system.

  • Let's just talk about that.

  • TFL is going bankrupt.

  • Sadiq blames Boris Boris Brain Sadiq, In the meantime, all of us londoners are sitting okay great.

  • You guys argue back and forth and we have to pay congestion charges us charges in L C S I C T F L.

  • That you can run as a prophet and they run TFL at a profit in Hong kong and Tokyo.

  • I see these big developments next to tube stops, why aren't they paying their share?

  • These developers should pay 3%.

  • If you're within 500 m of a tube stop, you've had a building that's gone up in value more so than the rest of the real estate.

  • Crossrail alone will bring in £25 billion one if it ever starts but one of that is about a billion pounds that will pay to drop us drop congestion charge and get rid of these LCN.

  • So I want to re thinking, I got in the back of a black taxi on Tuesday and I drove, they gave me the way they gave me the keys.

  • I drove from Old Street to London Bridge.

  • The closures are a nightmare portions like I had to go through all these streets and they are so frustrated and angry and the mayor did this illegally and so I want to stop all of that.

  • But someone's got to hold him accountable and the other parties won't the conservative looks like his enemy, but this is the same party in a different guys.

  • You know, they give you an illusion of choice every four years.

  • They sign off on each other's failures.

  • You pay their salaries that the BBC had a debate on sunday.

  • They didn't invite me even though I've been in second place for six months.

  • They invited four candidates Labor Conservative lib dem and green.

  • They're all on the payroll of the greater London Assembly.

  • You pay for them And they sat around, you know what they did.

  • They complemented each other.

  • The mayor was really helpful for my policy and everyone's like, where's brian Rose?

  • Where are the other candidates?

  • And yet the BBC, which by the way, you pay with your tax dollars?

  • Didn't invite them or you don't, you didn't invite me.

  • So look, luckily I got digital platforms.

  • I can talk to you guys in the streets by the way.

  • Where's the mayor right now?

  • He's not out here talking to you when he comes out in the streets.

  • He has to run and hide from the video.

  • The other day, I had to hide in a coffee shop for an hour until the security team came and brought him to his armored vehicle.

  • I've been told from Labor headquarters he's not allowed out of the building until Election Day because he could jeopardize his whole chance.

  • So there's something wrong about that.

  • So I'm out here and I got solutions again.

  • This is a 50 page document I worked on for eight months.

  • I worked with senior members of the Metropolitan Police, senior members of TFL, senior architect, senior members, even from the House of Lords all behind the scenes.

  • It's all cost it down to the pound.

  • I know how to pay for more police on the streets.

  • I know how to solve the knife crime problem.

  • I know how to build houses, run transport at a profit.

  • It's all in here And we got to run London like a business.

  • I got 30 years of business experience.

  • The current mayor has never run a business in his life.

  • He's a lawyer, professional, a professional politician.

  • He wants to become prime minister.

  • Like the last mayor Boris johnson.

  • Meanwhile we lose it's time to shake up this two party system.

  • We know there's a bunch of nonsense going on in the background.

  • This is all my money, Right?

  • My wife is like, are you sure?

  • You know we could have bought him something nice with this.

  • I said, honey, we're gonna do it ourselves.

  • That means no one tells me what to do is true.

  • No one tells me what to do.

  • I got no donors.

  • I got nobody telling me what to do.

  • I just speak the truth.

  • I talked to as many people as possible and I think that's why people thank you so much.

  • I gotta take a couple of your around.

  • Yeah.

  • Can we get some manifestos for this man?

  • We got a bunch here.

  • We got some buttons to I'll tell you, Yeah.

  • The manifestos of the docks.

  • And those are leaflets.

  • Thank you, kurt.

  • Thanks for coming at you.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • Is your phone?

  • All right.

  • Good.

  • And again, you can publish any of this stuff.

  • I'm here to talk to people in public.

  • That's what's about.

  • All right.

  • Thank you.

  • Guys appreciate it.

  • May 6 to make it happen.

  • Make it happen.

  • You have pictures.

  • Doesn't want pictures or something away.

  • Come on, Come around.

I'd like to ask you a question.

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PROTESTING AND FREEDOM OF SPEECH IS A BASIC HUMAN RIGHT! REAL LONDONERS STAND FOR BRIAN ROSE! ?

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/05/06
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