The copy is very motivating without being patronizing (yeah try finding that balance), it does draw on the experiences of young people trying to put things in perspective and wanting to change their country (funny, we had the same ad in 2005 by Aizone - the iconic "Vote" ad which is similar in beat, alternative vibe and optimistic feel!) and not inclined for history to repeat itself (neither as tragedy nor as farce to paraphrase Marx).
When the ad goes to "we move urgently, not fearfully" I truly had goosebumps there, and although I am not of the target audience I identified with the ad and the thought process.
If you are 18-24 and you don't subscribe to those ideas and ideals, then maybe you are of the wrong age bracket mentally. It is good to know this generation can have a motivating ad for them to subscribe to, because it gives me hope for the future of the land.