Dries Van Langenhove
Dries Van Langenhove (born 11 May 1993) is a Belgian politician, blogger, and activist. He has been the founder and leader of the right-wing, Flemish Nationalist youth organization Schild & Vrienden since 2017. In 2019, he was elected to the Chamber of Representatives on the Vlaams Belang ticket despite not being a registered member of the party at the time of the elections.
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- The French government wants to silence nationalist youth. I have rarely taken a journey that was so essential.
- When Paris gets the flu, Brussels catches a cold. That is why today I went to support the French in their protest against the French government that wants to ban right-wing youth movements. After all, the Belgian government is eager to follow the French example.
- Non-essential travel: Right-wing MP joins demo in Paris. Referring to his Paris trip, to take part in a demonstration against the possible dissolution of the right-wing nationalist movement 'Génération Identitaire'.
- Dear fellow citizens, politics and the media have played you for decades. They have presented you with the 'illusion of choice'. You thought you could choose between Groen, SP.A, CD&V, VLD and N-VA. (…) But all these parties want fewer native Flemish people at the universities, in the police force, on TV. In short: they want fewer native Flemish people in Flanders. They want you gone. They hate you.
- We still have three years to make it clear to all Flemish people that it is not a choice between different colors or faces, but that it is an all-determining choice for the future of our people.
- Flanders is full, we must systematically go to a migration stop: nationality legislation must be stricter, we must organize asylum reception in our own region, we must restrict family reunification and the European external borders must be protected against illegal migration.
- For our party it has been clear for some time that our social security and open borders do not go together. Such common sense measures as in Denmark are a good step towards the complete isolation of our social security and a migration stop.