|Membership||60 active members in the Netherlands (est. 2010)|
|Action leader Flanders||Luc Vermeulen|
|Action leader Netherlands||Florens van der Kooi|
Voorpost ("outpost, picket") is an ethnic nationalist (volksnationalist) group founded in Flanders, Belgium by Karel Dillen in 1976 as a splinter from the Volksunie. It is in the tradition of Vlaamse solidarisme, which was founded in the context of 1930s Flemish nationalism which was related to the fascism movement of the time. It pursues an irredentist ideal of a Greater Netherlands, a nation state that would unite all Dutch-speaking territories in Europe. The organisation has staged rallies on various topics, against Islam and mosques, against leftist organizations, against drugs, against pedophilia, and against animal abuse.
Members include Vlaams Blok ideologue Roeland Raes and Vlaams Belang politician Luc Vermeulen. Johan Vanslamsbrouck is the leader of Voorpost, Vermeulen is action leader for Flanders and Florens van der Kooi (formerly of the NNP) is action leader for the Netherlands. Several members of the organisation were also members of the VMO (Vlaamse Militanten Orde), which was banned in 1983.
- Rodrigues and Donselaar (eds), Monitor Racisme & Extremisme - Negende rapportage], Pallas Publications, Amsterdam University Press (2010), pp. 49-50 (online copy) (Dutch)
- Martin Pütz (ed.). Language contact and language conflict. p. 251. ISBN 90-272-2142-1.
- Voorpost vist Roeland Raes op, Blokwatch, March 17, 2002, (Dutch)
- Voorpost webpage (Dutch)
- Voorpost press release, December 5, 2011 listing Vanlamsbrouck as president
- Voorpost contact page, listing Vermeulen and Van der Kooi as action leaders
- Voorpost Official website (Dutch)