Tim Mudde in 2004
23 February 1965 |
|Known for||Rock Against Communism|
Tim Mudde (Amsterdam, 23 February 1965), also known as Brigadier M or Sassem Tim, was active within the right wing radical movement in the Netherlands between the 1980s and the early 2010s. He was party secretary of the Centre Party '86 (an offshoot of the Centre Party) and like many other senior members of this party became active for Voorpost and later founded the Nationale Beweging, the nationalist mail order company Fenris and the nationalist internet radio station Radio Rapaille where he presented several shows.
He is the older brother of the political scientist Cas Mudde, who studies rightist movements.
In 1996 Mudde was one of the two founders of Brigade M, which initially was called Brigade Mussert referring to the personal bodyguards of Anton Mussert. Mudde was also a member of other RAC/Nationalistic bands: Dietse Patriotten, Die Fünfte Kolonne, Distrikt 217, H6, O.D.M., Oi-Die-Poes and Sassem Bootbois (later called Sassem Boot Boys). Mudde is also involved with the RAC record companies Sassem Produkties and Muziek met wortels (Music with Roots). On 22 October 2005 he gave a speech for the National Alliance party about the Antifa.
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- (Dutch) Radio Rapaille website
- Brigade M website
- Foienoord website
- (Dutch) Interview with Brigade M
- Tim Mudde discography on Discogs.com
- Sassem Produkties on VinylSearcher.com Archived July 17, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
- (Dutch) Top CP'86 ook door hof veroordeeld, Trouw, December 12, 1995
- Antisemitism and Xenophobia Today, Netherlands, November 1998 Archived July 7, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.