It is short, sweet and strong as well as a compelling read. I must say I relish the thought of liberals reading this book and quaking in their boots, for they cannot refute any of the accusations Willinger makes with facts or logic.
As for British identity (which is currently Dipso, Fatso, Bingo, Tesco, ASBO and Paedo), it will change for the better when the right laws are in place.
The right laws, as far as I am concerned anyway, will be in place after the following take place:
1. after the repeal of the Equality Act 2010
2. after the repeal of the European Communities Act 1972
3. after the repeal of Murder (Abolition of Death Penalty) Act 1975
4. after fault is taken into account in any divorce settlement
5. after a flat rate income tax of 20% is in place
6. after the welfare-dependent and low-waged are disenfranchised
7. after the civil partnership and inheritance tax is abolished
8. after the welfare state is dismantled
9. after the NHS is broken up and sold off
10. after it is again shameful to have a child out of wedlock
The right laws would be the laws that undermine the foundations of the West's entrenched matriarchy that have made its government and people so venal, irrational and immoral. It would not be difficult at all to entirely discredit feminism as a viable, moral or intellectually respectable ideology when our voices are loud enough.
Generation Identity significantly increases the volume.
For an explanation of 68ers, http://www.counter-currents.com/2013/07/markus-willingers-generation-identity/ does this quite well:
In May 1968, wildcat strikes across France initially sparked by student rebellions brought the entire nation of France to a standstill, with President de Gaulle going so far as to flee the country. The slogans of the ’68ers were a classic example of postmodern Marxism, a cry for a life more meaningful than what was possible under capitalist alienation. “A cop sleeps inside each one of us. We must kill him. Drive the cop out of your head.” “It is forbidden to forbid.” “Be realistic, ask the impossible.”
Though de Gaulle was able to defeat the would-be revolution, and his Center-Right party even gained seats in the elections that followed, May ’68 had a huge impact on European society, government, and culture. It heralded the establishment of Cultural Marxism [feminism, in other words] as the default culture of educated Western opinion. The rebellious young figures of the uprising, like the charismatic Daniel Marc Cohn-Bendit (aka “Danny the Red”), have gone on to become the boring old bureaucrats of the European Parliament, lecturing the people of Europe on what products they are allowed to use, what they are allowed to say, and what they are allowed to think. Instead of the beginning of a new era of freedom, May ’68 was the beginning of what Keith Preston has called “Totalitarian Humanism.”