“We, the identitarian generation, demand a future for Europe. And we will give Europe a future. Yet this future will demand of us lives of constant struggle. It will be torn by conflicts and battles that never would have been necessary if you had acted responsibly.
“You ask how you have sinned? What were your crimes?
“You’ve inflicted countless and terrible wounds on our planet. Wounds that we’ll need to bandage and heal with the greatest care.
“You’ve allowed an unprecedented demographic collapse, and so we’ll need to cough up extravagant sums for your pensions. You’ve allowed, and even promoted mass immigration, and so we’ll need to fight for the right to own our own continent one day.
“This is the thread from which the battles and conflicts of the future are woven. This is the burden that you’ve passed down to us, your children.
“We are aware of our responsibility to history. We want to pass Europe to our own children in a better state than we found it in. We want them to be able to live freely, without the worries that we have to bear.
“To achieve this goal, we will relieve you of all your duties and all your power. Your politics is a dagger in our hearts, because it harms Europe.
“For this reason, we strive for political and spiritual authority. We pursue politics of the grand style. But unlike you, we aren’t afraid of assuming responsibility. We will take on both power and responsibility for the greater good of Europe.
“For we are generation identity.”
▪ Markus Willinger, Generation Identity – A Declaration of War Against the 68ers (Arktos, 2013) extract from pages 73 through to 74.