Danish Front

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Danish Front (Dansk Front in Danish) was an extreme right, nationalist network in Denmark, whose goal was to "keep Denmark for the Danish people", thus they were also against multiculturalism and "alien religions" such as Islam.

The phenomenon known as Dansk Front consisted of:

  • An organization that united many extreme right radicals.
  • A homepage that consisted of nationalistic messages and propaganda. The homepage also functioned as an online forum.
  • A slogan ("Danish Front!") that was used in graffiti, t-shirts, stickers and such, both for Dansk Front and other extreme right radicals.

Their homepage tried to portray the Danish Front as a new, popular racist concept, but many saw them as neo-nazis.[citation needed] The leaders of Danish Front discouraged members from using swastikas and other traditional nazi symbols to express their views.

Members of this organization also used violence to further their goals.[citation needed]

A number of members of Danish Front had previously been members of Dansk Folkeparti or Dansk Folkepartis Ungdom but had been expelled from those political parties.[citation needed]

Controversial surroundings[edit]


The organization was dissolved on 19 July 2007.

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Politiets Efterretningstjeneste Årsberetning 2003" (PDF) (in Danish). Politiets Efterretningstjeneste. 2003.