“They have defiled our flags, erased our frontiers, twisted the very names of things. With them, the homeland is no longer the land of one’s fathers! It turns into a nebulous idea, an abstraction, a construct. For us it represents to the most concrete things of all: our words and songs, our forests and mountains, our bell-towers and castles, our relatives’ raves and our babies’ cradles. We carry our flag within us and trace our frontiers ourselves: this is our identity! The agents of the system for killing peoples – to quote Guillaume Faye’s formidable formula – would like to break the chain of our heritage: we’re here to fix its links.”
▪ Philippe Vardun, in his Forward to Markus Willinger, Generation Identity – A Declaration of War Against the 68ers (Arktos, 2013) extract from page 8.