Geuzenbond is a group of young Dutchmen and women who love their country. We are dedicated to preserving our language, culture and the future of our people. We also support the Afrikaners in South-Africa and aim for the reunification of the Netherlands (and Flanders).
Geuzenbond was founded in March of 2018 by a group of young Dutchmen with the aim of bringing about change in the Netherlands. Since then we've only grown in size.
We are open to young Dutch people from all corners of society who want to help build a real Dutch movement. We expect love for our country and its people, motivation, knowledge of the points of view we have expressed and good behaviour.
Our symbol, the lantern, stands for the light that we follow in the darkness that the Netherlands is in today. The Prince's flag in the background stands for the Netherlands' rich history, after all, it's the flag under which the Geuzen (Rebels who established the Dutch republic) fought for our liberty.
In the current era where individualism and loneliness run rampant, there is need for a renewed sense of community among patriots.
To achieve this, Geuzenbond partakes in building a Nationalist pillar: an alternative to the current left-liberal system. This will obviously require a lot of time and effort, but it will be the only way for Nationalist ideas to be any real force in society.
The nationalist must not only act, but also know what he believes in. For that reason, as Geuzenbond, we see the education of members as perhaps our most important task. In our view, correct activism is only possible when someone has a correct ideological basis. That is why, in addition to camaraderie and activism, we attach great value to intellectual education within our group.
One of our most important goals is creating a brotherhood of patriotic Dutchmen and women to combat the slow destruction of our national unity and sense of community that has been going on for decades now.