Fpö jugend video leaked twitter, FPÖ youth video features Wolf, Strobl and Klenk

A new advertising video by Freie Jugend Austria, which can also be seen on FPÖ-TV, caused a stir and criticism. Below the video clips and photos, which last only a few seconds, a spokesman lists threats based on the group’s right-wing identitarian ideology.

There are also liberal supporters, from party leader Herbert Kickl to Lower Austria’s deputy governor Udo Landbauer to Einstein, who heads the youth organization of the Freedom Party in Kollneuburg. Elias Schuch – previously active in the right wing Extremist Identity.

It is necessary to fight “crime, mass immigration, environmental pollution, inflation, isolation, egoism, globalization, censorship, gender madness, loss of culture, language bans, working class, youth depression, rainbow terror, Islamization, population exchange”. 2 minutes and 23 seconds video. In addition, photos of those responsible for these alleged violations are presented: from Klaus Schwab from the World Economic Forum to Chancellor Karl Nehammer (ÖVP), Federal President Alexander van der Bellen and Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD).

Down below, the controversy against the “left” also grew. They say their “time for certain topics is over”. The black-and-white photographs of ORF moderator Armin Wolf, political scientist Natascha Strobl, Andreas Peham from the Austrian Resistance Documentation Archive (DÖW) Peham and Falter editor-in-chief Florian Klenk also present an outdated black-and-white picture. white photo. They replied on Twitter.

The narrator in the video invokes the “will to act” in dramatic and angry tones. In addition, officials and sympathizers stood on the Heldenplatz in Vienna. The scene ends when panning to Althan in Neuburg, where Adolf Hitler held his speeches after moving to Vienna in 1938.

Then liberal “young idealists” – as they call themselves in the video – hike in the Austrian mountains, admire the sunset and gather around the campfire. Scenes such as torchlight should not be missing.

The political scientist and DÖW employee Bernhard Weidinger also refers to the photos shown here. They show the harbingers of young liberals. Examples include the German writer Ernst Güinger, who is considered a pioneer of National Socialist ideas, and the French writer Pierre Drieux-La Rochelle, who collaborated with the German occupiers during the Nazi era. A video clip on the subject of “civic education” shows books by the French publicist and pioneer of the New Right Alain de Benoist and the former Portuguese dictator Antonio de Oliveira Salazar.