A new promotional video by Freie Jugend Austria, which can be viewed on FPO-TV, has generated controversy and criticism. Below the brief video snippets and photographs, a spokesperson lists threats based on the group’s right-wing identitarian ideology.
There are also liberal supporters, including party leader Herbert Kickl, Lower Austria’s deputy governor Udo Landbauer, and Einstein, the president of the Freedom Party’s youth organization in Kollneuburg. Elias Schuch was a former member of the right-wing extremist group Extremist Identity.
“crime, mass immigration, environmental pollution, inflation, isolation, egoism, globalization, censorship, gender madness, loss of culture, language bans, working class, youth depression, rainbow terror, Islamization, and population exchange” must be combated. Two minutes and twenty-three seconds of video. In addition, photographs of those allegedly accountable for these alleged violations are provided, ranging from Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum to Chancellors Karl Nehammer (OVP), Alexander van der Bellen, and Olaf Scholz (SPD).
Down below, the controversy surrounding the “left” grew as well. They state that “the time for certain topics has expired” Austrian Resistance Documentation Archive (DOW) black-and-white photographs of ORF moderator Armin Wolf, political scientist Natascha Strobl, and Andreas Peham. Peham and Falter editor-in-chief Florian Klenk also display an antiquated black-and-white photograph. White photograph. They responded to the tweet.
The video’s narrator invokes the “will to act” in furious and dramatic tones. In addition, officials and supporters gathered in Vienna’s Heldenplatz. After relocating to Vienna in 1938, Adolf Hitler delivered speeches at Althan in Neuburg.
The video depicts liberal “young idealists” hiking in the Austrian Alps, admiring the sunset, and gathering around a campfire. Scenes involving torches should not be absent.
Bernhard Weidinger, a political scientist and DOW employee, also alludes to these images. They depict the precursors of youthful liberals. Examples include the German author Ernst Güinger, a pioneer of National Socialist ideas, and the French author Pierre Drieux-La Rochelle, who collaborated with German occupiers during the Nazi era. A video clip on the topic of “civic education” features novels by Alain de Benoist, a French publicist and pioneer of the New Right, and Antonio de Oliveira Salazar, a former Portuguese dictator.