- Of course I am a feminist, and very left. I believe in human equality. These are values I learned to believe in during my childhood, he said, and continued.
- It's something I think about every day. My mom earns a fraction of what I do working as a nurse, to take care of people. While it's sick money in football.
In a survey Aftonbladet did he thought that "unfortunately the blue"(right) would win.
Even in their new home country Pontus has made himself known as a talkative and open person. He is accustomed to microphones placed under the chin and has on more than one occasion, spoken words that made the headlines the newspapers the following day.
- I think I can talk about everything. Some do not want to talk at all with the media, they are worried that the journalists just want to bust their balls. But I do not think so. I've never done. For me it's easier to just tell it like it is, and what I think. It feels like it will be an unnecessary detour otherwise. I don't think too much about what I say before I do that. I say what I think when I think about it. Though it is clear that there probably would have been good to think through some things a little longer sometimes. At the same time I want to give a bit of myself to others, to be open, I do not care so much about what is written.
Post Voted Last fall, he did what he could to influence elections.
- It's really important to vote, especially when the situation is as it is right now. The Sweden Democrats were on the rise last year and that was probably the biggest reason why it seemed so important for me to vote this time. I see no difference between different people, all are equal for me. Then it happened as it did in the election ... it's pretty sick actually. Right? But now we can hope people learn to think before the next election.