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    Identitarianism Is a Pan-European, Altr.png Far-Right Ideology, asserting the right of Europeans and peoples of European descent to culture and territories claimed to belong exclusively to them. Originating in France and building on ontological ideas of modern German philosophy, its ideology was formulated from the 1960s onward by essayists such as Alain de Benoist, Dominique Venner, Guillaume Faye and Renaud Camus, considered the movement's intellectual leaders.


    Beliefs

    Core beliefs

    While not necessarily supremacist, it argues that particular modes of being are customary to particular groups of people, mainly based on ideas of thinkers of the German Conservative Revolution through the guidance of European New Right leaders. Identitarians promote concepts such as pan-European nationalism, localism, ethnopluralism, remigration, or the Great Replacement conspiracy theory, and they are generally opposed to globalisation, multiculturalism, Islam and extra-European immigration. Influenced by New Right metapolitics, they do not seek direct electoral results, but rather to provoke long-term social transformations and eventually achieve cultural hegemony and popular adhesion to their ideas.

    Views on muslims and liberals

    The movement is strongly opposed to the politics and philosophy of Islam, which some critics describe as disguised Islamophobia. Followers often protest what they see as an Islamisation of Europe through mass immigration, claiming it is a threat to European culture and society. As summarised by Markus Willinger, a key activist of the movement, "We don't want Mehmed and Mustapha to become Europeans." This theory is connected to the ideas of the Great Replacement, a conspiracy theory which claims that a global elite is colluding against the white population of Europe to replace them with non-European peoples, and remigration, a project of reversing growing multiculturalism through a forced mass deportation of non-European immigrants (often including their descendants) back to their supposed place of racial origin, regardless of their citizenship status.

    Identitarians do not share, however, a common vision on liberalism. Some regard it as a part of European identity "threatened by Muslims who do not respect women or gay people", whereas others like Daniel Friberg describe it as the "disease" that contributed to Muslim immigration in the first place.


    Personality

    He acts like an average rightist activist, except that he always hates muslims, and will always try to boot him out of the country.


    How to draw

    Variant A

    Flag of Identitarianism
    1. Draw a Circle.
    2. Fill it with black or dark grey.
    3. Draw a yellow circle with a lambda symbol inside it.
    4. Draw an accessory, like a flag, or a hat.
    5. Draw the eyes, and you're done!

    Variant B

    Flag of Identitarianism
    1. Draw a Circle.
    2. Fill it with yellow.
    3. Draw a black or dark grey circle and a lambda symbol inside it.
    4. Draw an accessory, like a flag, or a hat.
    5. Draw the eyes, and you're done!


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