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Daniel Friberg, deputy editor-in-chief and co-founder of Arktos, joins Pete Quinones to talk about his experience of starting a dissident right publishing house and promoting nonconformist thought.

In a dynamic discussion, Pete Quinones and Daniel Friberg delve into a range of topics, including the origins of Arktos, the challenges of censorship, the implications of the Charlottesville incident, the de-platforming by Ingram, the transformation of Arktos and the relaunch of Arktos Journal, the significance of metapolitics as a battle of ideas, the influence of the French New Right, and the effects of mass immigration in Friberg’s native country of Sweden.

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EuroNat
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8 months ago

This is super exciting! To get to see the man behind Arktos. Well-spoken and a visionary warrior.

All credit to the podcast host too. I look forward to seeing more of his work!

Atlantean
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8 months ago
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The host is excellent!

Atlantean
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8 months ago

What a humble man. Being responsible for both Arktos and Metapedia? Two invaluable projects that have changed the course of the movement.

Interesting to learn he has a large family and is a married man. Shame on those who have a baby and immediately retire.

Daniel shows what can be accomplished with will, intelligence, and steady effort.

Jason Rogers
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Jason Rogers
8 months ago
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I have always thought that Daniel’s buying out the other shares was a good move: it made certain that final decision making at Arktos lay in the hands of a single, committed professional.

Alexander Reynor
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Alexander Reynor
8 months ago

This was a great interview. Hopefully, we see more of Arktos staff on Quinones show.

Jason Rogers
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Jason Rogers
8 months ago

I enjoyed watching this. Arktos really is something out of the ordinary in the subject matter and quality that they publish. We are a genuinely unique publishing house.

I first got in touch with Arktos as a translator in 2019, but eventually joined the staff as an editor. And during this time I’ve seen the company grow and take on so much. And now we’re in a slightly new phase with our online journal. I can say this: everyone on staff is committed. We’re here to stay.

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