Daniel Friberg vs. BBC

Being a public figure on the ‘real right’ often means spending hundreds of hours doing radio and television interviews where they ultimately end up reducing it down to 1% of the total length — that is unless you are a total retard who say stupid things which fit their stereotype of what a right-winger should say.

This has also been my experience for the past couple of years — wasting thousands of valuable work-hours on interviews with various mainstream media outlets only to see them include one or two out of 50+ questions in the edited version, and then inviting extreme far-left commentators to explain what we believe rather than broadcasting my own words.

A friend of mine, therefore, advised me to start recording all interviews and publish them in their entirety, making the time spent answering these media outlets, most often, stupid questions less of a waste of my time.

This is exactly what I did in my latest interview with BBC. (Their original broadcast is available here: As expected, out of the 40-minute interview — which quickly turned into a debate due to their polemical approach — they included about 2-3 minutes of our dialogue in their broadcast. Therefore I have the pleasure to present to you my unedited version of the BBC debate for your enjoyment.

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Daniel Friberg is a co-founder and editor of He is furthermore an economist from the School of Business, Economics and Law at Gothenburg University who has conducted research into the Gothenburg Maritime Cluster, worked with mergers and acquisitions, business valuation, as a CFO, management consultant, business analyst and as a CEO within the Swedish mining industry. He is also co-founder and CEO of the British publishing house Arktos Media Ltd., which is one of the world-leading publishers of traditionalist and right-wing literature. He is also the author of The Real Right Returns: A Handbook for the True Opposition (Arktos, 2015). (Official Facebook page)