字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - Like vlogging and stuff. All right, in field. - Hello, how you doing? It's your place. We're invading your space here today. - (indistinct traffic noise) Good, you following any of our stuff? - Sure. I have actually on Instagram. - Really? - Yes I'm quite into politics myself. - Oh you are? - Yes. I was a - Really? Congratulations. - Thank you. - Are you still in politics? - Uh I'm not into it but I do follow it. Yes and I do actually have some questions for you. - Really, perfect! I'm so glad I came across you. - What's your name? Everett. You work here, here, Billy here. Hey, what's up Billy. Here. Are you filming me? - Yeah - All right, you can film me, it's okay. Now tell me, I'm curious. - I actually want to know, you know, I think you created your own, started your own party? - Correct. Yeah. So I want to know what your agenda is and what your what you're imposing you can do for London because previous mayor of London was Boris. - Yes. - So I don't really support for Boris. I think those are Sadists. So I do want to support honestly, the next Mayor of London. So I do want to know your agenda, what you're... - Okay, great. Great question. - What you're promising us! So, first of all I'm not in politics is the first time I've ever considered running for office. I've lived in London for 21 years. I have a funny accent. I'm actually, born in the States. But I'm a Londoner. I got my citizenship in '07. My kids were born here. I've been in business for 30 years. I've had a show called London real for the past 10 years, we broadcast conversations on YouTube to probably 1,000 really cool people. And about six months ago, I was looking at London and I thought these people are running our city into the ground. And I love this city. Like I said I have children in this city, and it made me angry. I thought, I better do something about this. So I started researching what was wrong with London? Londoners care about four things, in my opinion. They care about their jobs, and their businesses being open more than anything. They care about knife crime on the streets which is horrendous proportions. They care about transport, nobody wants to pay congestion charges and high transport charges. They care about housing. Well, I don't know about you, but my housing costs are too expensive. So those are the four things I've focused on, everything through the lens of business, you know. In the business world, you have to hold people accountable or you go bankrupt. You can't ask for billions of bail outs. You can't blame Boris Johnson if something doesn't work out. You have to do it right. So first the economy I want to get London back to work and rebuild the economy proactively! And that means I want to abolish the congestion charge for the rest of the year. And get as many people in London as possible we want to zero out business rates. So a place like this doesn't have to pay tax on top of barely making it. And I want to hold something called the great celebration. August 31 days, street fairs during the day music festivals at night, 20 million people in London like a big event. - If we can. - Yeah we do it safely, safely as well. But like we crushed the Olympics, were you there in 2012? I was here, they crushed it. And I'm talking about a big event, like the great exhibition in 1851 brought people all over the world here. Tens of millions of people that ran for profit. So that's what I want to do with the economy. I really want to be proactive to build the economy. And get people back to work! I mean, there's safe ways of working. Like you guys are doing. I don't like locking down for the sake of locking down. I think our leaders need to have innovations about how we get back to work. So that's the big one. Knife crime is absolutely killing us. Like it's just, it's horrible to watch. It's a shame. It's a shame we need two things. - To be honest, knife crime, I'm from Scotland, you should know the area pretty well, it is disgusting. - Yeah. It really is. - I was in Croydon in a couple days ago and we have a charity for lives, not knives. There was a woman there at Alisa, and she's like dedicated her life to this. It's like terrible. I think you need two ways to solve knife crime. And I've spoken with senior community leaders, senior members of the metropolitan police. First one, more officers on the street period. But no one knows how to pay for it. I do. - But do you think more officers on the street is gonna help us some how? - Bear with me, I'll tell you why. You should be dubious at first. So two things, first of all, many more officers on the street and we need more money for communities and I know how we can do both. So first of all, officers on the street. First of all it's ma massively underfunded. There's not enough officers on the street which means they can't train their officers which means stop and search has done really poorly right now because they're not trained to the communities because they don't have enough officers. So actually more officers on the street gives each officer two days per month to better train the officers. And don't digitise the officers. I'm not done, one second. But, officers on the streets don't solve knife crime. If you're not investing in the communities. And what would you expect some of these young children to do? Our community centres have been defunded by the current mayor, he's fired youth workers, so we need to put money directly in the community centres. This is where my business hat goes on. We call up the CEOs. I can call up the CEO of Amazon, Barclay's, Uber, HSBC, and say, guess what? It's your time to win. You're going to help us put money right into the community centres. So I'm working with a guy named Jamal Edwards. Do you know him? He did SBTV this big grind YouTube channel that he built about eight years ago. He's done this, an active he's raised a couple hundred thousand pounds from Google and a couple other corporates. And we're going to take it to the next level. So 250 community centres, a hundred million pounds per year to give these kids something else to do from 3:30 PM until 8:30. When their kids, when their parents come home. - What do you think would be the best to do what you're saying? Give them something to do. What can you give them? - We teach these kids entrepreneurism. You know, they like, even when I do someone said you'd be a good person to go show up because I would. I mean, I built a YouTube channel from nothing. I'm a little older than them, but well I built a business from that out of nothing. And I think these kids see these gangs, and they see the flashy clothes. I mean Eliza from knives at night she said "these days, you have to wear Gucci. You can't even wear it anything else if you're in the gang, you're showing off." But it's a losing proposition, because you go to jail, and you don't ever make the money that it implies. Why not teach them entrepreneurship? Teach them about health and wellness, teach them about all sorts of internships. We can do that with these community centres but don't ask the mayor for the budget. They'll never find him. That's why I want to get it straight from the corporates. So I spent a lot of time thinking about this stuff. It frustrates me because these things aren't being solved. But right now we could find the money for the police officers. We can find the money for the community straight from corporates, and that will actually do something about our knife problem. The current mayor is doing nothing about it. - He isn't. It's getting worse every year. Every year, it gets worse. You see his campaign now for your vote. He's not saying anything about knives, nothing. That's, that's, that's an insult to all of us. I think. So, anyway, tell me what you think. I'm here to listen. I came all the way to ... to listen. - My personal opinion, I think more officers on the street isn't going to help them because even if more people apply for it- I personally have applied for the met myself as well. I got turned away. Personally because of my tattoos. That was- - They probably don't have the budget either. - Coming from a suburban area, myself, people don't like seeing many officers on the street, they get more annoyed about it, people that are involved with crime, my area is full of crime, people in gangs, I mean- - But what if they were trained with the communities. You know, what, if they had more time and more budget? - I think more opportunities for the young people. - I agree, that's why we want them in communities. - More than, because they see the police as a threat, as you know that there has been police crime against the community. I guess the public as well. Lately, especially that's the only thing that's going all around the news. So I don't think that's going to be of any help, to be honest. I think more to include them into society. - Yeah. - Like 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.