Transcript: Thom Hartmann & Gunnar Hrafn Jónsson: Icelandic economics. January 9, 2012

Thom Hartmann: Welcome back, Thom Hartmann here with you in Reykjavik, Iceland. And I am pleased to have with me, an esteemed journalist for the State Broadcasting service, which is RUV.

Gunnar Hrafn Jónsson: Yeah, RUV.

Thom Hartmann: Gunnar Jónsson, and Gunnar, welcome to the program.

Gunnar Hrafn Jónsson: Thank you.

Transcript: Thom Hartmann & Birgitta Jónsdóttir: State of Icelandic democracy, Internet. January 9, 2012

Thom Hartmann: Welcome back, from Reykjavik, Iceland. Thom Hartmann here with you. And I am very pleased and honored to have with me in the studio, and I have mangled every Icelandic name and I know it. Birgitta Jónsdóttir?

Birgitta Jónsdóttir: Yeah, it’s pretty good.

Thom Hartmann: Pretty close? I didn’t win the competition for the most mangled name?

Birgitta Jónsdóttir: No, no. I think they did that in the Bradley Manning pretrials.

Transcript: Thom Hartmann & Stefnir Húni Kristjánsson: Icelandic politics. January 9, 2012

Thom Hartmann: Welcome back, Thom Hartmann here with you live in Reykjavik, Iceland. And with me in the studio, Stefnir, and I know I’m mangling this, Kristjánsson? Do you want to say your name correctly?

Stefnir Húni Kristjánsson: Stefnir Kristjánsson.

Thom Hartmann: Thank you very much. Stefnir? Oh with a …

Stefnir Húni Kristjánsson: Yes with a little R.

Thom Hartmann: Stefnir. And you’re the chairman of Isafold, which is a libertarian party?

Transcript: Thom Hartmann & Gunnlaugur Snær Ólafsson: Icelandic Conservative politics. January 9, 2012

Thom Hartmann: Welcome back, Thom Hartmann broadcasting live from Reykjavik, Iceland. And with me in the studio right now is Gulli Ólafsson, who is the Chairman of the Conservative Society in Iceland? Do I have that right?

Gunnlaugur Snær Ólafsson: That is correct.

Thom Hartmann: And thank you very much for joining us today. What is the Conservative Party? How do you define yourself? Where did the Conservative Party come from?

Transcript: Thom Hartmann, Lilja Mósesdóttir & Brynja Halldórsdóttir: Iceland politics, economics. January 9, 2012

Thom Hartmann: Thom Hartmann here with you broadcasting live from Reykjavik, Iceland and Jacob is everything working on that end? Everything’s working. It’s amazing. It’s incredible. And we’ll be taking your calls later. But right now I’m joined in the studio by a couple of refugees from the Icelandic Parliament. And the first is Lilja?

Lilja Mósesdóttir: Lilja Mósesdóttir.

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