Russell Brand, convoca revolução em entrevista a BBC – LEGENDADO. 23/10/2013
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Russell Brand, convoca revolução em entrevista a BBC – LEGENDADO. 23/10/2013

October 8, 2019

Russell Brand who are you to edit a political magazine well I suppose like a person who’s being politely asked by an attractive woman I don’t know what the typical criteria is I don’t know many people that edit political magazines Boris used to do one didn’t he so I’m a kind of a person with crazy hair quite good sense of humor don’t know much about politics I’m ideal but is it true you don’t even vote yeah no I don’t vote well how do you have any authorities to talk about politics then well I don’t get my authority from this pre-existing paradigm which is quite narrow and only serves a few people I look elsewhere for alternatives that might be of service to humanity alternate means alternate political systems they being well I’m not invented yet Jeremy I had to do a magazine last week I’ve had a lot on my plate but I say but here’s the thing that shouldn’t do shouldn’t destroy the planet shouldn’t create massive economic disparity shouldn’t ignore the needs of the people the burden of proof is on the people with the power not people like doing a magazine how do you imagine the people get power well I imagine there is of hierarchical systems that have been preserved fruit Generation Y’s being voted in the only be asked to vote it’s got a narrow quite a narrow prescriptive parameter that changes within that the inner democracy that’s how it works well I don’t think it’s working very well Jeremy given that the planet is being destroyed given that there is economic disparity of a huge degree what you saying there’s no alternative there’s no justice I’m saying if you can’t be asked to vote why should we be asked to listen to your political point of view you don’t have to listen to my political point of view but it’s not that I’m not voting out of apathy I’m not voting out of absolute indifference and weariness and exhaustion from the lies treachery to see of the political class that has been going on for generations now and which is now reached fever pitch or we have a disenfranchised disillusioned despondent underclass that are not being represented by that political system so voting for is tacit complicity with that system and that’s not something I’m offering up why don’t you change it then I’ll try new well why don’t you start by voters I don’t think it works people have voted already and that’s what’s created the current parrot did you last both never you’ve never ever vote no do you think that’s really bad so you struck an attitude what before the age of 18 well I was busy being a drug addict at that point because I come from the kind of social conditions that are exacerbated by an indifferent system that really just administrates for large corporations and ignores the population they were awaiting the so you’re blaming the political class of the fact you had a drug problem no no no I’m saying I was part of a social and economic class that is underserved by the current political system and drug addictions one the problems it creates when you have huge underserved impoverished populations people get drug problems and also don’t feel like they want to engage with the current political system because they see that it doesn’t work for them they see that it makes no difference they see that they’re not served I say it doesn’t work if they’ve bothered of us Jeremy my darling I’m not saying that the apathy doesn’t come from us the people the apathy comes from the politicians they are apathetic to annie’s they’re only interested in servicing the needs of corporation look at what I in the Tories going to court and to take in the EU to court because they trying to cattell bank bonuses is that what’s happening at the moment in our country it isn’t it tune in for that you don’t believe in divorce you want a revolution don’t you the planet is being destroyed we are creating an underclass we are exploiting poor people all over the world and the genuine legitimate problems of the people are not being addressed by our political all of those things may be true they are true but you took I wouldn’t argue with you about many of well outcome i feel so cross with you it can’t just be because of that beard it’s gorgeous it’s possibly poster Daily Mail don’t want it I do up against them grow it longer you are angle into your armpit hair you are a very trivial man what do you think I’m trip you yes a minute ago you having a guy mix are one of a revolution now no doubt Allah have you at you because you want a revolution many people want a revolution but I must be what it will be like well I think what it won’t be like is a huge disparity between rich and poor where 300 Americans have the same amount of wealth as the 85 million poorest Americans where there is an exploited and underserved underclass that are being continually ignored where well very / while cameron and osborne go to court to defend the rights of bankers to continue receiving to their bonuses assess the students that’s all i’m asking what’s the scheme you talked vaguely about rev what is it I think a socialist egalitarian system based on the massive redistribution of wealth heavy taxation of corporations and massive responsibility for energy companies and any companies in sport exploiting the environment I think they should be tak I think the very concept of profit should be hugely reduced David Cameron says profit isn’t a dirty word I say profit is a filthy word because wherever there is profit there is also deficit and there this system currently doesn’t address these ideas and so why would anyone vote for it why would anyone be interested who would levy these taxes I think we do need to like there needs to be centralized administrative system but bill gonna yes I used to be a gum well maybe call it something else call him like the admin bod strong so they don’t get and how would those shoes Jeremy don’t ask me to sit here in an interview with you in a bloody hotel room and devise a global utopian system I’m merely pointing out that you are calling for revolution absolutely I feel I’m calling for change I’m calling for genuine alternative but there are many people who would agree with you good the current system is not engaging with all sorts of problems yes and they feel apathetic really epithet again but if they were to take you seriously and not to vote yeah they shouldn’t they should that’s one thing i should do don’t bother voting because then when it reaches there’s a point see these little valves they sort of like little cozy little valves of recycling and prius and like you know turn up somewhere it stops us reaching the pit point with an ice is enough now stop voting stop attending wake up be in reality now time to be in reality now why vote we know isn’t gonna make any difference we know that already so I has no impact at West Ham United cheering them on and they lost the city unless it’s Errol insanity okay well now you’re being facetious well what facetiousness has as much value as seriousness I think you’re making a mistake of amis taking seriousness not good to solve world problems by facetiousness though we’re not going to solve them with the current system at least for seizures this is funny sometimes yeah yeah sometimes Jeremy so listen so let’s approach this optimistically you’ve spent your old career berating and harassing politicians and then when sublime me a comedian goes yeah they’re all worthless what’s the point engage of any of them you said have a go at me because I’m not poor anymore well I’m not having a good about that I’m just asking why would you take you seriously when you’re so unspecific you don’t know what to tell you well firstly I don’t mind if you take me seriously I’m here just to draw attention to a few ideas I just want to have a little bit of a laugh I’m saying there are people with alternative ideas that are far better qualified benign and far better qualified more importantly than the people that are currently doing that job because they’re not attempting to solve these problems they’re not they’re attempting to placate the population their measures that have currently been taken around climate change are indifferent well not so there yes it’s possible as human beings they’re simply overwhelmed by the scale of the problem not really well possibly it might be there I mean but that’s what just semantics really whether they’re overwhelmed by it or tacitly maintaining it because of her bitch you a lot I mean like mate I was is what I noticed when I was in the houses of parliament it’s decorated exactly the same as eaten it’s decorated exactly same as Oxford so a certain type of people goes in there fix all this makes me nervous and another type of people going there god this is how it should be and I think that’s got to change now we can no longer have erroneous duplicitous systems held in place unless it’s for the serb only systems that serve the planet and serve the population of the planet can be allowed to survive not ones that serve elites be they a political or corporate elite and this is what’s currently at me you don’t really believe that I completely believe it don’t look at me real I’m a fireside hey my opinion we went to same private and primary schools Boris I didn’t know you did but he then went to a comprehensive school in Northland that’s that’s all well and good and but what are saying is that within the existing paradigm the change is not dramatic enough not radical enough so you can well understand public disturbances and public dissatisfaction when there are not genuine changes and genuine alternatives being offered I say when there is a genuine alternative a genuine option then vote for that until then and bother why pretend why be complicit in this ridiculous illusion because by the time somebody comes along you might think it worth voting for it may be too late I don’t think so because the time is now these movements are already occurring it’s happening everywhere we’re in atomic communication is instantaneous and there are communities all over the world the Occupy movement made a difference in even if only in that introduced to the popular public lexicon the idea of the one percent versus a 919 people for the first time in a generation are aware of massive corporate and economic exploitation these things are not nonsense and these subjects are not being addressed there no one’s doing anything about tax havens no one’s doing anything about their political affiliations and financial affiliations of the conservative pie so until people start addressing things that are actually real why wouldn’t I be facetious why would I take it seriously why would I encourage a consist constituencies of young people that are absolutely indifferent to vote why would we aren’t you bored are you more bored than anyone and you’ve been talking on year after year listening to their lives their nonsense then if this one gets in then it’s that one getting but this problem continues why are we going to continue to contribute to this facade I’m surprised you can be facetious when you’re that angry about it yeah I’m angry I am angry because for me it’s real because for me it’s not just some peripheral thing they’ll turn up once in a while to a church fight for for me this is what I come from this is what I care about do you see any remember that yeah totally there’s going to be a revolution it’s totally going to happen I think not not only I ain’t got a flicker of doubt this is the end this is time to wake up I remember I see you in that program where you look at your ancestors and you saw that while your grandmother we’re at to brass herself or I’ve got over by the aristocrats who ran a gap you cried because you knew that it was unfair and unjust and that was what was that essentially go that’s happening to people now I just come from a woman who’s being treated like that I’ve just been talking to a woman today who’s being treated like that so even if we can engage that feeling instead of some moment of lachrymose sentimentality trotted out on the TV for people to pore over emotional porn if we can engage that feeling and change things why wouldn’t we why use that naive why is that not my right because I’m an actor I mean I I’ve taken the right I don’t need the right from you I don’t need the right from anybody I’m taking it

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  1. A Legenda está boa só no começo, mas depois de mais ou menos 5 minutos ela fica toda errada… mas obrigado mesmo assim por postar ele legendado. Eu estava pensando eu mesmo em legendá-lo mas não tive tempo ainda

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