Featured in the below video is the amazing Martin Sellner, the Austrian leader of Generation Identity, who was deported from Britain last week when he arrived to make a speech. With the recent elections of anti-Islamization/anti-establishment young leaders in Austria and Italy, joined by the already anti-Muslim migration leaders in Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic, Europe could finally be going in the right direction.
Europe’s new generation of right-wingers are socially astute, and know how to make their message heard. “We see ourselves as the voice for a forgotten generation”, says Martin Sellner, the young social media-savvy leader of the Identitarian group in Austria. “We want to defend the identity of Europe”, he states.
Groups like the Identitarians have sprung up across Europe and are a far cry from the far-right groups most people think of. Indeed, they wish to distance themselves from neo-Nazis and other such outfits, whom they see as radical – though they share the same concerns. “If you look at the younger generation, we have 60-70% of children who already have migration backgrounds”, he frets.