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 consists of nationalistic messages and propaganda . The homepage also functions 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 front page has 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. [ quote needed ]
A number of members of Dansk Folkeparti or Dansk Folkepartis Ungdom but had been expelled from those political parties. [ quote needed ]
- In their annual review the Danish Security Intelligence Service ( Politiets Efterretningstjeneste ) found that the Danish Front had cooperated with such groups as Blood & Honor and the English terrorist group Combat 18 . 
- Danish Front had collaborated with Combat 18 and Blood & Honor, with radical Swedish nationalist groups, and marched with them in Salem during 2005. [ citation needed ]
The organization was dissolved on 19 July 2007.
- Official Homepage
- The PET yearly review.
- Jump up^ “Politiets Efterretningstjeneste Årsberetning 2003” (PDF) (in Danish). Politiets Efterretningstjeneste. 2003.