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Generation Identity Paperback – May 15, 2013
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You want to know who we are? Where we come from? What moves us?
We'll reveal it you.
We are the changing times; we are the rising wind; the new generation. We are the answer to you, for we are your children.
You've thrown us into this world, uprooted and disoriented, without telling us where to go, where our path lies. You've destroyed our every means of orientation.
You've reduced the Church to rubble, so that now only a few of us still find refuge in the ruins of that community.
You've devalued the state so that none of us wants to serve the whole any more.
You've split the family; our domestic idyll has plunged into divorce, conflict and violence.
You've subjected love to a deconstructive reductionism, and so instead of a deep bond, only the animal drive remains.
You've ruined the economy, so we inherit mountains of debt.
You've questioned and criticised everything, so we now believe in nothing and no one.
You've left us no values, yet you now accuse us of being amoral.
But we are not.
You've promised yourselves a utopia, a peaceful, multicultural society of prosperity and tolerance.
We are the heirs of this utopia, and our reality looks different.
You buy your peace with ever-mounting debt.
Today, we're watching your prosperity disappear throughout Europe.
For us, your multicultural society means nothing but hatred and violence.
In the name of your "tolerance" you hunt down all who criticise you, and call the hunted intolerant.
We've had enough!
Your utopias have lost all legitimacy for us.
Finally recognize that we don't live in a unified world, in a global village.Read more ›
But not anymore!
We are not "fascist" nor "anti-fascist", neither "racist" nor "anti-racist" anymore - we are the Generation Identity!
Willinger shouts the scream of a whole generation into the face of the wretched generation '68.
Read this book, to learn, what our generation thinks, and what we demand!
Entering into the consciousness of the world with their viral video of the same name (A declaration of war) last year, this book is sort of a written follow-up of that. Having ventured in this identitarian milieu for many a year now, we have always missed a simple written introduction to the concept of building politics as an offshoot of identity. With this book, it has arrived. Having met and listened to the young author's speech based upon the book in my native Stockholm this summer, I eagerly looked forward to reading the short text. As it turns out, it is as excellent as his speech, and it is certainly an excellent introduction to the mind of many an European youth as of late. Granted, for those that have read books such as Against Democracy and Equality: The European New Right and New Culture, New Right: Anti-Liberalism in Postmodern Europe, there won't be much of note here. That being said, this book is mainly for young people (and why not for those being declared "war" against, as in the parents). Apart from the fine foreword by Philippe Vardon (leader of Nissa Rebela, a French off-shoot of the identitarian movement), the book consists of very(!Read more ›
Many of younger generation of Europe (and here I mean traditional Europeans) rightly feels betrayed by the 'generation of 68' as the call the baby boomers in France. This book is a manifesto of the emerging European right wing youth movement. Now I am sure those three words together "right wing youth' inspires shock and horror among many, but "Generation Identity's reaction is not coming out of a vacuum.
The author blames the generation that was born in the decade after the Second World War, but the main focus in not to apportion blame. The author is alienated in the modern society and wants to change it. He wants a strong relationship with his woman for the rest of his life. He wants to be part of a community. He wants to be an upright citizen standing up for the European culture. He wants to travel the world and not find bleak copies of the Western world everywhere.
In the coming decades this will be a messages that will take root among the young. It is ideological development in the making.
Of course for the intellectual, the book is taking ideas from Benoist's French New Right. Benoist was born in the 1940s and the author was born in the 1990s. You could see the energy of youth in the book.
One weakness with the book is that it contain no practical advice. He works up the audience, but has no practical message in the end
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Be proud of who you are. This book is just the start for young whites around the worldPublished 1 month ago by domenic the italian from ct
I've yet to read this but I have a business in Saratov and have many friends from School 42. The stress was on phonetics. Read morePublished 2 months ago by P. C. Owen
A good start in the journey of the new right, but it will lack direction if not followed by other books like "The Real Right Returns" or "The Fourth Political... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jacques Durand
Pretend right wing organization, when in reality the aesthetic is all left-populism, look at the girls hair, the microphone, "take to the streets", protest. Read morePublished 9 months ago by rationality
This book is explains a lot of what is wrong with Europe and society in general. It is very eye opening. It is easy to follow but still has profound meaning. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Harry M
Willinger clearly defines the failures and delusions of his parents generation and the horrible effects it has had on Europe and the identity of it's native youth. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Stacie Gleason
I recently found several internet blogs about "Generation Identitaire" and was amazed and inspired. I'd like to find the English version of the blogs. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Amazon Customer
A little thin on theory and rationale, but for those interested in survival of a people, it's worth having if it leads to action.Published on July 2, 2014 by M. Theriot