Jón Gnarr, tidigare borgmästare i Reykjavík, i Truth Out om sin syn på makt.
lördag 23 augusti 2014
"I once saw a survey that Gallup did on the most powerful people in Iceland and I was third behind the Minister of Finance, Bjarni Benediktsson, and [Prime Minister] Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson. And it was like, yeah. Wow. It gives you kind of a rush. It's also, in a way, tempting to exercise this power because it's invisible. It only manifests in action, when you exercise it somehow. It does have a physical effect in chemical synapses in your head. But I have never been interested in power. I do not want to be powerful."