Speaking with VRT News 25-year-old Mr Van Langenhove insisted he wasn't entering party politics but was keen to stress his status as an independent on the list.
"I haven't entered party politics. I will remain an activist independent of any party. In the federal parliament I will be able say and do what I already do during street actions and on social media if I get the support of the Vlaams Brabanters."
"I possess no party card. I am not involved in party politics and the political party carve up that holds Belgium in a strangulation grasp. I will not be filling my pockets."
"This is no opportunism. I'm doing what my followers and supporters have asked of me for months now: that I declare in parliament what I've been saying in the street and on social media."
During an interview on VRT TV Mr Van Langenhove repeatedly insisted he hadn't been identified as a suspect during an investigation triggered by a VRT probe. However, prosecutors maintain he has been identified as a suspect implicitly as an investigation was launched.
The far right activist confirmed he was working on a new media channel: "a news channel that will counter your (VRT) fake news and lies" he told VRT TV.