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  • OUR FIRST GUEST, HE IS AN

    OUR FIRST GUEST, HE IS AN

  • ACADEMY AWARDING WINNING FILM MAKING ENTERTAINING AND TEACHING

    アカデミー賞受賞 映画製作 娯楽・教育

  • US FOR DECADES, I'M SO THRILLED IS HE HERE TONIGHT.

    何十年にもわたって、今夜はここに来てくれたんだ。

  • PLEASE WELCOME THE ONE, THE ONLY MICHAEL MOORE IS HERE.

    PLEASE WELCOME THE ONE, THE ONLY MICHAEL MOORE IS HERE.

  • MICHAEL, MI SO LEAP YOU ARE HERE.

    MICHAEL, MI SO LEAP YOU ARE HERE.

  • IT HAS BEEN THE MOST INCREDIBLE EIGHT OR SO DAYS IN THESE UNITED

    この国で最も信じられないような8日かそこらの日々が続いています。

  • STATES OF AMERICA WHICH FEELS MORE IRONIC EVERY TIME I SAY IT

    それを言うたびに、より不条理に感じるアメリカの州

  • OUTLOUD.

    OUTLOUD。

  • HOW ARE YOU DOING?

    HOW ARE YOU DOING?

  • HOW ARE YOU HOLDING UP?

    HOW ARE YOU HOLDING UP?

  • >> I AM ACTUALLY DOING, I HATE TO SAY IT, I'M DOING WELL

    >> 言いたくないけど、よくやってるよ。

  • BECAUSE I HAVE BEEN IN MY OWN PERSONAL LOCKDOWN FOR MOST OF

    なぜなら、私はずっと自分の個人的なロックダウンの中にいたからです。

  • THIS TIME.

    今回は

  • BUT I HAVE ALSO TRIED AS DIFFICULT AS THESE EIGHT DAYS

    しかし、私はまた、この8日間と同じように困難な試みをしてきました。

  • HAVE BEEN, I HAVE TRIED TO FOCUS ON ALL OF THE GOOD THAT HAS

    HAVE BEEN, I HAVE TRIED TO FOCUS ON ALL OF THE GOOD THAT HAS

  • HAPPENED IN RECENT WEEKS, THE FACT THAT TWO SENATORS WERE

    HAPPENED IN RECENT WEEKS, THE FACT THAT TWO SENATORS WERE

  • ELECTED IN GEORGIA A WEEK OR SO AGO.

    ジョージア州で選出されました。

  • AND THAT GEORGIA WILL NOW BE REPRESENTED BY A BLACK MAN AND A

    そしてジョージアは黒人と黒人一人で代表されることになった

  • JEWISH MAN, FROM GEORGIA.

    ジョージア出身のユダヤ人男性

  • THIS IS-- THIS IS PROGRESS, AMERICA.

    これは...これは進歩だ アメリカ

  • SO THERE ARE GOOD THINGS HAPPENING DESPITE OF ALL THE

    SO THERE ARE GOOD THINGS HAPPENING DESPITE OF ALL THE

  • SADNESS AND THE THINGS THAT WE'RE HAVING TO DEAL WITH.

    サッドネスと私たちが対処しなければならないこと。

  • ESPECIALLY WHAT WE LEARNED TODAY ON THE NEWS WHERE IT APPEARS

    ESPECIALLY WHAT WE LEARNED TODAY ON THE NEWS WHERE IT APPEARS

  • POSSIBLY SOME REPUBLICAN MEMBERS OF CONGRESS OR THEIR STAFF

    POSSIBLY SOME REPUBLICAN MEMBERS OF CONGRESS OR THEIR STAFF

  • HELPED SOME OF THE LEADERSHIP OF THE MOB THE DAY BEFORE, GAVE A

    HELPED SOME OF THE LEADERSHIP OF THE MOB THE DAY BEFORE, GAVE A

  • TOUR OF ALL OF THE CAPITOL BUILDINGS, THE TUNNELS

    TOUR OF ALL OF THE CAPITOL BUILDINGS, THE TUNNELS

  • UNDERNEATH AND THEY, IF DOES LOOK LIKE THEY KNEW WHAT THEY

    下と彼らは、もし彼らが何を知っていたかを知っているように見えます。

  • WERE DOING AND WHERE THEY WERE GOING AM AND NOW WE MAY LEARN

    彼らがやっていたことと、彼らが行っていた場所は、午前と今、私たちは学ぶことができるかもしれません。

  • THAT PEOPLE HELPED THEM THAT SHOULDN'T HAVE HELPED THEM, IF

    人々が彼らを助けたこと 助けなければならなかったはずの人々が 彼らを助けたこと

  • THAT IS THE CASE.

    それがケースだ

  • AGAIN, THERE HAS TO BE CONSEQUENCES FOR EVERYBODY'S

    AGAIN, THERE HAS TO BE CONSEQUENCES FOR EVERYBODY'S

  • ACTIONS THAT TOOK PLACE IN A RIOT, A MOB ATTACK AGAINST OUR

    暴動で起こった行動、私たちへのモブの攻撃

  • DEMOCRACY.

    民主主義。

  • I JUST CAN'T BE MORE CLEAR THAN THAT.

    これ以上明確には言えない

  • >> James: BUT I COULDN'T AGREE WITH YOU MORE, ON EVERY POINT

    >> ジェームズしかし、私はすべての点であなたに同意することができませんでした。

  • THAT YOU MADE, ACTUALLY.

    君が作ったんだ、実際に。

  • I MEAN JUST YOU MENTIONING THEN, THAT THERE WERE REPUBLICANS,

    共和党があったことを 言っただけだよ

  • MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC, WHAT DO YOU THINK, WHAT DO YOU THINK THE

    MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC, WHAT DO YOU THINK, WHAT DO YOU THINK THE

  • REPUBLICAN PARTY LOOKS LIKE IN THE NEXT FOUR, EIGHT YEARS?

    REPUBLICAN PARTY LOOKS LIKE IN THE NEXT FOUR, EIGHT YEARS?

  • LIKE I DON'T FEEL LIKE I KNOW A HUGE AMOUNT ABOUT THE HISTORY OF

    歴史について膨大な量を 知っているような気がしない

  • THAT PARTY.

    あのパーティー

  • BUT I FEEL LIKE IT'S GOING TO BE AN INCREDIBLY ROCKY TIME.

    でも、私はそれが信じられないほどロックな時間になるような気がしています。

  • WOULD YOU AGREE?

    WOULD YOU AGREE?

  • >> WORSE THAN ROCKY.

    >> WORSE THAN ROCKY.

  • HONESTLY, I THINK IT'S OVER.

    正直、もう終わりだと思う。

  • I THINK IT'S OVER.

    もう終わりだと思う

  • THIS IS OUR INITIAL PARTIES WERE THE FEDERALIST PARTY, AND

    これは私たちの最初のパーティーは、フェデラリーストのパーティーであり、そして

  • SOMETHING CALLED THE DEM KRATDIC REPUBLICAN PARTY, SOUNDS SWEET

    DEM KRATDIC REPUBLICAN PARTYと呼ばれるものは、甘い響きがあります。

  • RIGHT NOW.

    RIGHT NOW.

  • THOSE PARTIES HAD TO GO AWAY FOR VARIOUS REASONS.

    これらの当事者は、様々な理由で離れなければならなかった。

  • THEN CAME THE WIGS IN THE MID 1800ST.

    1800年代半ばにウィッグが登場しました。

  • AND THEN THEY WENT AWAY.

    そして、彼らは去っていった。

  • AND THIS POSSIBLY COULD BE A MOMENT WHERE THE REPUBLICAN

    共和党の時代になるかもしれません

  • PARTY HAS TO GO AWAY OR WHAT IT HAS DONE-- FOR WHAT IT HAS DONE

    パーティーは立ち去らなければならない、またはそれがしてきたことのために...

  • TO THIS COUNTRY.

    TO THIS COUNTRY.

  • THAT DOESN'T MEAN THE PEOPLE, WE DON'T WANT A ONE PARTY COUNTRY.

    それは国民を意味するものではありません、私たちは一党派の国を望んでいません。

  • SO THE GOOD PEOPLE WHO ARE NOT LAWBREAKERS AND WHO LOVE THIS

    SO THE GOOD PEOPLE WHO ARE NOT LAWBREAKERS AND WHO LOVE THIS

  • COUNTRY AND WHO ARE CONSERVATIVE, THEY DON'T SHARE

    COUNTRY AND WHO ARE CONSERVATIVE, THEY DON'T SHARE

  • MY VALUES, BUT THEY HAVE TO BE REPRESENTED.

    MY VALUES, BUT THEY HAVE TO BE REPRESENTED.

  • AND SO THEY MAY NEED TO FORM A NEW PARTY.

    だから新しい党を結成する必要があるかもしれない

  • THEY MAY NEED TO FORM A NEW PARTY AND THEN THERE MAY HAVE TO

    THEY MAY NEED TO FORM A NEW PARTY AND THEN THERE MAY HAVE TO

  • BE LIKE CANADA AND GREAT BRITAIN, YOU HAVE THESE OTHER

    カナダやイギリスのように、他にもこんなものがあります。

  • TWO PARTIES.

    2つのパーティー。

  • YOU HAVE THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATS IN THE U.K

    イギリスには自由民主主義者がいる

  • YOU HAVE THE GREEN, THE NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY, THAT IS

    YOU HAVE THE GREEN, THE NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY, THAT IS

  • BECAUSE IN A NATION OF, IN BRITAIN 60 MILLION PEOPLE,

    英国では6000万人の国だからな

  • CANADA, 35 MILLION PEOPLE, NO TWO-- TWO PARTIES CAN NOT

    カナダ 35000万人の国民 2つの政党はありえない

  • REPRESENT THE COMPLETE SPECTRUM OF THE PEOPLE.

    国民の完全なスペクトルを表現すること。

  • YOU NEED MORE REPRESENTATION.

    YOU NEED MORE REPRESENTATION.

  • WE NEED THAT IN THIS COUNTRY, WE HAVE 330 MILLION PEOPLE.

    WE NEED THAT IN THIS COUNTRY, WE HAVE 330 MILLION PEOPLE.

  • SO YUS TWO PARTIES, I THINK, EVENTUALLY WE'LL HAVE TO GET

    2つのパーティーになると思うんだけど、イベント的には、私たちは、手に入れなければならない

  • MORE.

    MORE.

  • IT WILL TAKE MORE REPRESENTATIVES AND I THINK WHEN

    もっと多くの議員を必要とし、その時が来ると思います。

  • PEOPLE FEEL LIKE THEY HAVE A VOICE, THEY WILL BE LESS

    人々は声を持っているように感じる、彼らは少なくなります。

  • INCLINED TO VIOLENCE, LESS INCLINED TO WANT TO OVERTHROW,

    暴力に含まれている、転覆させたいと思っていることを欠いている。

  • HAVE A COUP, WHATEVER, BECAUSE SOME OF THEM WILL BE

    カップルでも何でもいいから、何でもいいから。

  • REPRESENTED.

    代表して

  • JUST AS THEY ARE IN PARLIAMENT IN THE U.K. AND IN CANADA.

    英国とカナダの国民議会と同じように。

  • AND MAYBE 90% OF THE THE COUNTRIES THINK THAT THEY ARE

    国の90%がそうだと思っているかもしれない

  • WHACK A DOODLES BUT FLA IS OKAY, BACK A DOODLES IN A

    ドゥードルズを叩くが、フラはOKで、ドゥードルズをバックにしてもOK

  • DEMOCRACY-- DEMOCRACY HAVE A RIGHT TO REPRESENTATION.

    DEMOCRACY-- DEMOCRACY HAVE A RIGHT TO REPRESENTATION.

  • >> James: ARGUE LEIGH ONE OF THEM IS THE OF THE THE UNITED

    >> ジェームズそれらのうちの一つは、連合のものであるアライを主張する

  • STATES AD HE IS GOING TO BE THE FIRST PRESIDENT TO BE IMPEACHED

    STATES AD HE IS GOING TO BE THE FIRST PRESIDENT TO BE IMPEACHED

  • TWICE AND NOW HE ONLY HAS LESS THAN A WEEK NOW OF HIS

    2回目で今は彼の人生はあと1週間しかありません

  • PRESIDENCY, WILL THIS IMPEEVEMENT MEAN ANYTHING?

    大統領 これが何の意味があるのでしょうか?

  • WILL IT, WHEN WE LACK BACK ON IT.

    私たちがそれに戻るとき、それをします。

  • WHAT WILL IT MEAN?

    WHAT WILL IT MEAN?

  • >> IT WILL MEAN, FIRST OF ALL, THAT WE, WE WENT ON THE RECORD

    >> それは、まず第一に、私たちが、私たちが記録を残したことを意味します。

  • FOR HISTORY THAT WE WILL NOT TOLERATE A PRESIDENT WHO INCITES

    歴史のために、私たちは扇動する大統領を容認しないだろうということを

  • A MOB TO STORM OUR CAPITOL.

    私たちの首都を襲撃するための群衆。

  • DON'T FORGET THE HASHTAG THAT DAY WAS HASHTAG STORM THE

    DON'T FORGET THE HASHTAG THAT DAY WAS HASHTAG STORM THE

  • CAPITOL.

    CAPITOL.

  • SO THEY WERE VERY SCHEER WHAT THEY WANTED TO HAVE HAPPEN.

    だから、彼らは非常にシュールになっていた。

  • HE'S BEEN IMPEACHED.

    彼はインピーチされている。

  • HE NEEDS TO BE CONVICTED BY THE SENATE, THE SOONER THE BETTER

    HE NEEDS TO BE CONVICTED BY THE SENATE, THE SOONER THE BETTER

  • BECAUSE THIS WILL PREVENT HIM FIRST OF ALL FROM RUNNING AGAIN.

    BECAUSE THIS WILL PREVENT HIM FIRST OF ALL FROM RUNNING AGAIN.

  • HE WILL BE PROHIBITED.

    禁止されています

  • TO YOU OR-- ANYBODY THAT WANTS TO LISTEN TO HIM FOR FOUR MORE

    あなたや...彼の話を4年以上聞きたい人に

  • YEARS TALK ABOUT HOW IS HE GOING TO BE RUNNING, START A CAMPAIGN

    何年も前の話だが、どうやって出馬するのか、選挙活動を始めるのか

  • RALLY NEXT MONTH, FOR 2024.

    RALLY NEXT MONTH, FOR 2024.

  • NO, NO.

    NO、NO。

  • >> James: THAT WOULD BE HORRIFIC.

    >> ジェームズそれは恐ろしいことだ。

  • >> EVEN MITCH McCONNELL KNOWS THAT THEY HAVE GOT TO STOP THIS,

    >> ミッチ・マコネルでさえ、これを止めなければならないことを知っている。

  • SHOW.

    SHOWです。

  • AND THEY CAN HAVE THE TRIAL AFTERWARDS BECAUSE HE

    そして、彼らは裁判の後遺症を持つことができますなぜならば、彼は

  • COMMITTEDDED THE CRIME.

    COMMITTEDDED THE CRIME.

  • HE HAS BEEN IMPEACHED.

    彼はインピーチされている。

  • IN OTHER WORDS, HE HAS BEEN INDICTED.

    他の言葉では、彼は告発されています。

  • NOW HE WILL HAVE TO STAND TRIAL AND HOPEFULLY THE SENATE WILL DO

    彼は裁判を受けなければならない そして上院がそうすることを願っています

  • THE RIGHT THING.

    THE RIGHT THING.

  • BUT YES, I THINK IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT WE PROCEED WITH

    しかし、はい、私はそれが非常に重要であると考えています。

  • THIS.

    これだ

  • AND JUST BECAUSE IT IS JUST FIVE OR SIX DAYS UNTIL INAUGURATION,

    AND JUST BECAUSE IT IS JUST FIVE OR SIX DAYS UNTIL INAUGURATION,

  • THAT IS FIVE OR SIX MORE DAYS THAT SOMEBODY AS NANCY PELOSI

    ナンシー・ペロシのような人がいるのは あと5日か6日だ

  • SAID, HE IS UNHINGED, HE IS DE RANGED AND WE HAVE NO IDEA WHAT

    彼は何もしていないと言った 彼は何もしていないと言った 我々は何も知らない

  • HE WILL DO.

    彼はやるわ

  • EVERY TIME HE-- WHAT DID WE ALL DO THAT DAY, WE GO OH NO, HE

    あの日私たちがしたことは何だったの?

  • DIDN'T JUST SAY THAT, HE DIDN'T DO THAT.

    言っただけじゃなくてやってない

  • YES, HE DID.

    はい、彼はしました。

  • AND WHAT HE COULD DO IN FIVE DAYS, IN SEVEN HOURS, LAST

    AND WHAT HE COULD DO IN FIVE DAYS, IN SEVEN HOURS, LAST

  • WEDNESDAY, A WEEK AGO WEDNESDAY, IN JUST SEVEN HOURS, THEY

    一週間前の水曜日、たったの7時間で、彼らは

  • TRASHED OUR CAPITOL, THEY INTERRUPTED OUR DEMOCRACY, AND

    国会議事堂を破壊した 彼らは私たちの民主主義を妨害した そして

  • THEY SENT 535 MEMBERS OF CONGRESS FLEEING FOR THEIR

    535人の国会議員を逃亡させた

  • LIVES.

    LIVES.

  • THAT WAS JUST SEVEN HOURS.

    たったの7時間だった

  • SO EVEN HALF A DAY IS TOO MUCH MORE FOR TRUMP TO HOLD ANY KIND

    トランプがどんな種類のものを持っていても、半日でも十分すぎるほどです。

  • OF POWER.

    OF POWER.

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マイケル・ムーア:もっと政党を増やす時が来た (Michael Moore: It's Time for More Political Parties)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 15 日
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