The recent advertisement video released by Freie Jugend Austria, which is also featured on FPÖ-TV, has generated significant attention and garnered criticism. Beneath the brief duration of the video clips and photographs, a spokesperson enumerates the perils associated with the group’s right-wing identitarian ideology.
There are individuals who align themselves with liberal ideologies within the political landscape, including prominent figures such as party leader Herbert Kickl, Lower Austria’s deputy governor Udo Landbauer, and Einstein, who assumes leadership of the youth organization affiliated with the Freedom Party in Kollneuburg. Elias Schuch, formerly involved in the right-wing extremist movement known as Identity.
It is imperative to address a range of societal concerns, including crime, mass immigration, environmental degradation, inflation, social isolation, individualistic tendencies, globalization, censorship, the proliferation of non-traditional gender identities, cultural erosion, restrictions on language, challenges faced by the working class, young despair, acts of violence motivated by extremist ideologies, and the impact of Islamization on society, as well as the consequences of population exchange. A video has a duration of 2 minutes and 23 seconds. Furthermore, photographic evidence is provided depicting those who are purportedly accountable for these claimed transgressions. These individuals include Klaus Schwab from the World Economic Forum, Chancellor Karl Nehammer (ÖVP), Federal President Alexander van der Bellen, and Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD).
The opposition towards the political left also experienced an increase in debate. It has been asserted that the period dedicated to specific subjects has elapsed. The monochromatic images depicting ORF moderator Armin Wolf, political scientist Natascha Strobl, and Andreas Peham from the Austrian Resistance Documentation Archive (DÖW). The editor-in-chief of Peham and Falter, Florian Klenk, also includes an antiquated monochromatic photograph. The photograph displays a predominantly white color palette. The response was sent via the social media platform Twitter.
The narrator in the film employs a passionate and indignant tone to evoke the concept of the “will to act.” Furthermore, government officials and individuals expressing support gathered at the Heldenplatz in Vienna. The scenario concludes with a pan to Althan in Neuburg, the location where Adolf Hitler delivered his speeches subsequent to his relocation to Vienna in 1938.
Subsequently, self-identified liberal “young idealists” embark on a trek through the Austrian highlands, appreciating the scenic sunset and convening over a campfire. The inclusion of scenes featuring torchlight is crucial and should not be omitted.