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The Importance of Showing Face

Consequences Matter According to the Oxford Dictionary, a consequence is defined simply as ‘a result of something that has happened.’ Generally speaking though, we tend to associate the term with unfortunate or unpleasant experiences that follow our decisions; often...

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Ritual Slaughter Is A Load Of Bull!

On Sunday activists from various Generation Identity UK branches gathered in Birmingham to demonstrate their opposition to ritual slaughter. Donning mock-Arabian attire, they ‘slaughtered’ the famous Bullring Bull. By law, religious communities are exempt from having...

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Attending Mass at Notre-Dame, Paris

On Sunday 13th January, following the March of Parisian Pride the night before, a handful of Generation Identity activists attended a traditional Catholic mass at the Notre-Dame Cathedral in the heart of Paris. We battled our tiredness from the rally and set off for...

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The Problem of Democracy – A Review

In his essay ‘Politics and the English Language’, George Orwell had this to say about democracy… “In the case of a word like democracy, not only is there no agreed definition, but the attempt to make one is resisted from all sides. It is almost universally felt that...

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The Saint Genevieve March, Paris

On Saturday the 12th of January, a healthy delegation from Generation Identity UK participated in the annual Saint Genevieve March in Paris. Led by our French counterparts in Génération Identitaire, 700 patriots peacefully marched through Paris celebrating the life of...

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Our Response to ‘Generation Hate’

Ever since its inception, Generation Identity has faced fierce hostility from the established press. Continually and deliberately mischaracterising our words and our actions, it has worked tirelessly to undermine our efforts in bringing about a safe and secure Europe....

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Protesting Toxic Ideologies on University Campuses

On Sunday, Generation Identity activists led a protest against the University of Manchester. Following recent postering around the campus, the Students’ Union ‘Diversity Officer’, Riddi Visu, stated that it was ‘disheartening’ that the posters were...

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Stop the UN Migration Pact, Dublin

Saturday, 8 December, Glúin Aitheantas set out on a flyer action to notify the Irish People as to the true agenda of the UN Migration Pact.  In order to maintain peoples interest to inform them of the dangers of the Migration Pact, we used Irish slang with...

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Remembrance Sunday, Cambridge Students Outrage

Remembrance Sunday, Cambridge, 11 November 2018 The 11th November is always a solemn day, but this year, on the 100th anniversary of the end of the Great War, Remembrance Day took on a special meaning. The nations of the United Kingdom prepared to remember...

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