Well, I think it would be far more productive if you just explained what you meant by your statement.
Your experience is irrelevant to what I’m talking about: the well-documented rise of nationalist youth groups across the continent. I even named a leading one in France; there is a similar group in Austria that you could look at, too. These groups are having an effect, as can be seen in the electoral results and politics from those two countries. And since the conditions that have given rise to them, namely economic insecurity and demographic replacement by third-world incomers, are likely to continue and worsen, these groups and their identitarian politics will gain strength and, hopefully in time, power.