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It’s great to be in Brighton. AndI want to start by thanking somebody from the bottom of my heart for thekindest of words. Not Justine …oh, I would like to thank her, a round ofapplause for Justine please, ladies and gentlemen. Not my mum … but a womancalled Ella Philips. It was local election day, Ella rode past me on her bike,she fell off …it’s not funny! I helped her up and afterwards she called mesomething I had never been called before: she said I was an “action hero”. Whyare you laughing? She said I was an action hero “who mysteriously appeared outof nowhere”. And she said, “What added to all the confusion was that Ed wasactually attractive and not geeky at all”. I promise you, she did say that. Shesaid, “Even the way he appeared was suave”. I don’t know why you find this sofunny, friends. “He was dressed casually, but he had style”. Sounds quite me,doesn’t it? Now I was pretty pleased with this, as you can tell, until somethingdawned on me: Ella was concussed. She was badly concussed. In fact, she herselfsaid, “I was seeing things because I was still in quite a daze”. Well, Ella,you are not kidding. But let me say, Ella, if you are watching today, thankyou, you have made my year.I want to start today with thesimplest of thoughts. An idea that has inspired change for generations. Thebelief that helped drive us out of the Second World War and into that greatreforming government of 1945. An ambition that is more important now than ithas been for decades. An emotion that is felt across our country at kitchentables every night. A feeling that is so threatening to those who want to keepthings as they are. Words that are so basic and yet so powerful, so modest andyet so hard to believe. Six simple words that say: Britain can do better thanthis. Britain can do better than this; we are Britain, we are better than this.Are you satisfied with a country where people are working for longer for less,year after year? Are you satisfied with a country divided losing touch with thethings we value the most? Are you satisfied with a country that shuts out thevoices of millions of ordinary people and listens only to the powerful? Are yousatisfied with a country standing apart as two nations? Well I am notsatisfied. We are Britain, we are better than this. And we have to rebuild anewOne Nation. An economy built on your success, a society based on your values, apolitics that hears your voice – rich and poor alike – accepting their responsibilitiestop each other. One Nation, we are going to make it happen, and today I amgoing to tell you how.I want to start with leadership.Leadership is about risks and difficult decisions. It is about those lonelymoments when you have to peer deep into your soul. I ran for the leadership ofthis party, it was really hard for my family, but I believed that Labour neededto turn the page and I was the best person to do it. I when I became leader Ifaced a decision about whether we should stand up to Rupert Murdoch. It wasn’tthe way things had been done in the past, but it was the right thing to do so Idid it. And together we faced them down. And then the other week I faced aneven bigger decision about whether the country should go to war. The biggestdecision any leader faces, the biggest decision any Parliament faces, thebiggest decision any party faces. All of us were horrified by the appallingchemical weapons attacks in Syria, but when I stood on the stage three yearsago, when I became your leader, I said we would learn the lessons of Iraq. Itwould have been a rush to war, it wasn’t the right thing for our country. So Isaid no. It was the right thing to do. You see, the real test of leadership isnot whether you stand up to the weak, that’s easy; it’s whether you stand up tothe strong and know who to fight for. And you know I am reminded of a storyback when I was starting out, standing to be an MP in Doncaster, with a womancalled Molly Roberts. Molly was in her seventies, and there I was candidlytrying to get her vote, sitting in her front from sipping a mug of tea. And shesaid to me, “How can you, who weren’t brought up in this area, possiblyunderstand the lives of people here, their hopes and their struggles?” It wasthe right question, and here is the answer. For me it lies in the values I wasbrought up with. You see in my house it was my mum that taught me these values.About the importance of reaching out a listening to people, of understandingtheir hopes and their struggles. She is the most patient, generous person Ihave met in my whole life. And she taught me never to be contemptuous ofothers, never to be dismissive of their struggle. Now she was teaching me alesson of life. And some people will say, ah yeah but you have to leave decencybehind when it comes to politics. Well I say they are wrong, because only ifyou reach out and listen can you do the most important thing a leader can do,the most important qualification in my view for being Prime Minister. Only thenwill you have the ability to walk in the shoes of others and know who to fightfor, whoever your opponent, however powerful they are, guided by the only thingthat matters: your sense of what is right. This is what I believe, this iswhere I stand, this is the leadership Britain needs.And when I think about who weneed to fight for I think about all the people I have met over the last year. Ithink of the people Britain and their enormous and extraordinary spirit. Ithink of our troops, serving so bravely all around the world. Let us paytribute to them today. You know I have seen in Afghanistan those young men andwomen, young men and women who are young enough to be my son or daughterserving our country, and it is a truly humbling experience. And the events of thelast few days in Kenya remind us of the importance of being ever-vigilantagainst terrorism at home and around the world. I think of the brave men andwomen of our police force, who serve with so little credit each and every dayfor our country. Let us thank them for what they do. And then I think of allthe people I have met over the last year. During the local election campaign Idid something unusual. I went to town centres, market squares and high streetsand I stood on a pallet – not a soapbox, but a pallet. And I talked to peopleabout their lives. I remember this town meeting I had in Cleverly. It was justcoming to the end of the meeting and this bloke wandered up. He was incrediblyangry. It’s a family show so I won’t exactly repeat what he said. He was soangry he wouldn’t give me his name, but he did tell me his story about how hespent the last ten years looking after his disabled wife, and then another fouryears looking for a job and not finding one. He was angry about immigration andsome people in the crowd booed him. But actually he wasn’t prejudiced, he justfelt the economy didn’t work for him. And then I think about the two markettraders I met in Chesterfield, standing by their stalls, out in all weathers,working all hours, and they said look this country just doesn’t seem to berewarding our hard work and effort. There seem to be some people gettingsomething for nothing. This society is losing touch with our values. And then Ithink about this beautiful sunny spring day I spent in Lincoln. And the face inthe crowd, this young woman who said she was an ambulance controller. So proudto be working for our National Health Service. And so proud too of her youngson. Because she was a single parent, nineteen years old, and what she said tome was, “Why does everybody portray me as a burden on the system? I am not aburden on the system, I am going out, I am doing the right thing for thecountry, why doesn’t anyone listen to my voice?” And then I think about thisscaffolder I met just around the corner from where I live. I was just comingback from a local café I’d been at. He stopped in me the street, he said to me,“Where’s your bodyguard?” I said I don’t have one, but that’s another story. Hetold me his story. And what he said to me was “look, I go out, I do the work, Igo all around the country, again out in all weathers, I earn a decent wage, butI still can’t make ends meet”. And he said to me, “Is anyone ever going to doanything about those gas and electric bills that just go up and up, faster thanI can earn a living?” He wanted someone to fight for him. Now if you listen tothese stories – four of millions of the stories of our country – and you haveyour own, and your friends and family, what do you learn? All of these peoplelove Britain, they embody its great spirit, but they all believe that Britaincan do better than this. Today I say to them and millions of others you’reright, Britain can do better than this, Britain must do better than this,Britain will do better than this with a government that fights for you.But for Britain to do better thanthis we’ve got to understand why we got here, why things are so tough at themoment even while they tell you there is a recovery and why unless we putthings right it will only be a recovery for the few. Now what I’m about to tellyou is the most important thing I’m going to say today about what needs tochange about our country. For generations in Britain when the economy grew themajority got better off. And then somewhere along the way that vital linkbetween the growing wealth of the country and your family finances was broken.This is, this goes beyond one party or one government. It is more important toyou than which party is in power, even more important than that. You see, when Iwas growing up in the 1980s, I saw the benefits of growing prosperity, peopleable to buy a house, a car, even a second car, go on a foreign holiday theirgrandparents would never have dreamed of. Not spend all their hours at work,able to spend time with kids, not working all the hours that god sends, have asecure pension in retirement and also believe that their kids would have abetter life than them. That feels a long way away from where Britain is todaydoesn’t it and that is because it is. You see, somewhere along the way thatlink got broken. They used to say a rising tide lifts all boats, now the risingtide just seems to lift the yachts. Now I say this to the people of Britain. IfI were you I wouldn’t even take a second look at a political party unless theymake this their central defining purpose because your future depends on it.Your children’s future depends on it. Britain’s future depends on it. I say weare Britain we can do better than this.Now I have got a question for youladies and gentlemen, do the Tories get it?[Audience: No]Oh come on, I didn’t hear you, dothe Tories get it?[Audience: No]201412/350417。

Hi, everybody. 大家好。This week, I traveled to New England, where I was joined by four governors who are working to raise the minimum wage in each of their states. 本周,我到访了新英格兰地区,持当地四位州长提高各自州内的最低工资标准。And theyve also joined me in calling on Congress to raise the minimum wage from .25 to .10 an hour. 他们也与我一起呼吁国会将最低工资标准从7.25美元每小时提高到10.10美元。Because it would give nearly 800,000 Americans in their states a raise -and lift wages for about 28 million across the country.此举将提高他们所在各州约80多万人的生活水平,并提高全国2800万人的工资收入。So these governors arent waiting for Congress to make up its mind. 这几位州长没有等待国会做最后决定。And in my State of the Union Address, I asked Americas business leaders to go ahead and do what they could to raise their employees wages, too. 在我的国情咨文中,我也请求美国的各个公司领导提前谋划,尽他们能力提高员工工资。And increasingly, its not just large companies like Costco or the Gap that choose to pay their employees higher starting wages.最近,不仅像Costco和Gap这样的大公司选择为其员工提供更高的工资。Its smaller businesses like Jaxsons, a family-owned ice cream parlor in South Florida. 连Jaxson这样的南佛罗里达地区的家庭经营的冰激凌小店都加入了。They answered the call and raised their wages so that more than 70 employees would earn at least .10 an hour, without cutting back on hiring.他们响应我的号召,提高员工工资,70多位员工每小时至少可以得到10.10美元的工资,而公司并没有因此没有解雇一个人。And two weeks ago, an Atlanta small business owner named Darien Southerland wrote me to share a lesson his grandmother taught him -that if you treat your employees right, theyll treat you right. 两周前,亚特兰大一家小企业主Darien Southerland写信给我,讲述他祖母给他的教诲:如果你善待你的员工,他们也将善待你。And Vice President Biden paid him a visit this week.为此,拜登副总统本周前去拜访了他。I agree with these business owners, which is why I issued an executive order requiring federal contractors to pay their employees a fair wage of at least .10 an hour. 我完全持这些企业主的做法,因此,我签署了一份行政命令,要求所有联邦政府合同承包商向其员工付最低10.10美元每小时的工资。Its good for our bottom line. 这对改善社会底层境遇有帮助。And working Americans have struggled through stagnant wages for far too long.工薪阶层忍受低工资太长时间了。A clear majority of Americans support raising the minimum wage, because we believe that nobody who works full-time should have to live in poverty. 很明显,大部分美国人是持提高最低工资标准的,因为我们相信,任何辛勤工作的人都不应该生活在贫困之中。About half of all Republicans support raising the minimum wage, too. 大约有一半的共和党人也持提高最低工资标准。Its just too bad they dont serve in Congress. 可惜的是他们并不都是国会议员。Because the Republicans who do serve in Congress dont want to vote on the minimum wage at all. 因为国会的共和党人并不想给提高最低工资标准一个投票表决的机会。Some even want to get rid of it completely. Seriously.有些人甚至想完全废掉这份提案。Thats why what business leaders and everyday Americans are doing to raise wages is so important. 正因如此,大量的企业主和美国人民提高工资的行动才显得如此重要。Because change doesnt come from Washington -change comes to Washington. 因为华盛顿不会轻易改变,只有压力到来他们才会改变。Ive always believed that, and its true in this case, too. 我始终相信,这一切终会到来。Outside Washington, Americans are y to put aside old political arguments and move this country forward. 华盛顿之外的美国人民早已做好准备,将陈旧的政治争论抛之脑后,推动这个国家向前发展。The American people are way ahead of Congress on this issue, and weve just got to let Congress know that. 在这个问题上,美国人民已经走到了国会的前面,我们应该让国会知道这一切。Its time for “ten-ten.” Its time to give America a raise. 10.10美元的工资标准刻不容缓。提高美国人民生活水平刻不容缓。And its time to restore opportunity for all.为所有人提供更多机会刻不容缓。Thanks, and have a great weekend.谢谢大家,祝你们周末愉快!201403/279636。

Its not a million-dollar question.这不仅仅是几百万美元的问题Its a trillion-dollar question.这可关系到几万亿美元I think many of the Chinese are very eager to find out许多中国人急于找出what it takes to form a Silicon Valley in China,在中国形成硅谷的方法especially for the government officials.尤其是政府官员During the past 30 years,在过去的30年里China maintained a very high growth rate in terms of GDP.中国保持了极高的GDP增长率It has become a very large economy in the world.成为了一个很大的经济体But the problem is that they primarily relied on cheap labor,但问题是,中国仍然依赖于廉价劳动力cheap products, manufacturing to get here.廉价产品,才有今天的成就I think a lot of people, especially the Chinese leaders,许多中国人,尤其是领导人the decision-makers,决策者们realized that thats not going to last very long.意识到这不能持续很久We need to innovate. We need to have more value-added things in the中国需要创新Chinese economy or in the GDP composition.需要更多高附加值的产品Thats why many of them are thinking really这就是为什么大家都在思索very hard of how to foster entrepreneurship,如何才能培养企业家精神how to encourage innovation.如何鼓励创新And if you talk to any of the local government officials in Beijing,如果你和地方官员交流,比如,北京Shanghai, Shengjian,上海,深圳they are all very eager to foster entrepreneurship to open他们非常愿意培养企业家up those experimental loans so that you can get cheap rent以发放试验性的贷款形式,帮助创业者得到or free rent or even government startup funding so that更低的租金或者免租金,甚至是政府发放的启动资金entrepreneurs can start to realize those dreams.让创业者实现梦想But its not an easy task. Silicon Valley is very unique.但这并不容易,硅谷是独一无二的I dont know what it takes to replicate that in China,无法想象如何在中国复制一个硅谷but I certainly hope one day there will be a place但我希望在将来in China that looks like Silicon Valley.中国会有类似硅谷的地方Given that we have the largest Internet population,中国的互联网用户是最多的its likely that we will be able to encounter中国很有可能new problems before American people encounter.将在美国人之前遇到新的问题Therefore, we have the chance to innovate因此,我们有机会进行创新来解决这些问题and to solve those problems. So, I think there are hopes for that.那就是希望之所在201503/367049。

We live in uncertain times, but one thing remains a constant: Scots making their mark on the world. Whether it is the arts, sport, business, philanthropy or cutting-edge technology, you can bank on Scotland punching above its weight: taking on the world and winning. In the last year alone, its people have helped free Sierra Leone from the grip of Ebola, like the remarkable Pauline Cafferkey. Our amazing GB Davis Cup team – led by the Murray brothers – played fantastic tennis in London and Glasgow. Ayrshire Dunlop Cheese received protected status – joining foods like Stornoway black pudding and Shetland lamb. The Forth Rail Bridge got its world heritage status – the 6th site in Scotland to be recognised by UNESCO. Glasgow once again showed the warmest of sporting welcomes – this time, in the World Gymnastics Championships. And world-class laboratories, ship yards and factories across the central belt made a vital contribution both to our economy and to our defence. Scotland is a constant source of pride and passion. It helps put the Great into Great Britain. Thats why, during that tense match at Twickenham, the whole of the ed Kingdom was willing on Greg Laidlaw and the entire Scottish rugby team. Its why the Saltire flies proudly around the world today, and today, over Downing Street as well. So I am delighted to wish everyone, in the UK and across the world, a very happy St Andrews Day.201512/415805。

Im now very proud to be a part of Intervoice,身为“众声喧哗”的一员,我引以为荣!the organizational body of the International Hearing Voices Movement,它是国际听声组织的筹划单位an initiative inspired by the work of Professor Marius Romme and Dr. Sandra Escher,在Sandra Escher士和Marius Romme教授的著作启发下成立which locates voice hearing as a survival strategy, a sane reaction to insane circumstances,他们将“听到声音”视为一种生存策略,一种在异常情境下的合理反应not as an aberrant symptom of schizophrenia to be endured,不是旁人必须包容的精神分裂症状but a complex, significant and meaningful experience to be explored.反而是有待深入研究、复杂、重要且有意义的经验Together, we envisage and enact a society that understands and respects voice hearing,我们共同预见并推动能理解尊重“听声者”的社会环境supports the needs of individuals who hear voices, and which values them as full citizens.持他们的需求,把他们当享有权利的公民看待This type of society is not only possible, its aly on its way.这种社会不但可能且已逐渐形成To paraphrase Chavez, once social change begins, it cannot be reversed.用美国社会运动家Cesar Chavez的话说,社会变迁一旦开始便无法回头You cannot humiliate the person who feels pride.自重之人不会为人所羞辱You cannot oppress the people who are not afraid anymore.无所畏惧之人则不为人所压迫For me, the achievements of the Hearing Voices Movement对我来说,国际听声组织(IHVM)的成就are a reminder that empathy, fellowship, justice and respect are more than words;提醒世人同理心、友谊、正义和尊重胜过言语they are convictions and beliefs, and that beliefs can change the world.它们是坚定的信念。而信念可以改变世界In the last 20 years, the Hearing Voices Movement国际听声组织在过去20年has established hearing voices networks in 26 countries across five continents,已在5大洲的26国建立联系管道working together to promote dignity, solidarity and empowerment for individuals in mental distress,共同致力提升承受精神折磨者的尊严、团结和自立能力to create a new language and practice of hope,希望以此塑造希望的言词与实践which, at its very center, lies an unshakable belief in the power of the individual.其中的核心就是对个人能力坚定不疑的信念As Peter Levine has said, the human animal is a unique being美国心理医师Peter Levine说过,人类是很特别的生物endowed with an instinctual capacity to heal and the intellectual spirit to harness this innate capacity.与生俱来就有疗愈能力和运用此天赋的智慧In this respect, for members of society,因此,身为社会的一份子there is no greater honor or privilege than facilitating that process of healing for someone,最荣幸的事莫过于帮人自我疗愈to bear witness, to reach out a hand, to share the burden of someones suffering,见一切,伸出援手并分担苦痛and to hold the hope for their recovery.还要坚持人们康复的希望And likewise, for survivors of distress and adversity,同样地,我要对那些历尽磨难的人说that we remember we dont have to live our lives forever defined by the damaging things that have happened to us.我们知道经历过的那些伤害不会让我们的人生就这样下去We are unique. We are irreplaceable.我们是独一无二的What lies within us can never be truly colonized, contorted, or taken away.心灵无法被占据、扭曲或夺走The light never goes out.而光明永存As a very wonderful doctor once said to me,如同一位名医对我说过;Dont tell me what other people have told you about yourself. Tell me about you.;“不要跟我说别人对你的看法!我要听你怎么看待自己!”Thank you.谢谢!201603/428976。