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Guido den Broeder (The Hague, February 28, 1957 ) is a Dutch econometrician, author, politician, chess-player and micro-nationalist. He is the founder and owner of Magnana Wikisage Mu Publishing & Research. Den Broeder is founder and president of the Netherlands and the ME Association ME Research Foundation. He was also a board member of the Association of Basic Income and the chess club Rotterdam. On April 1st, 2015 Den Broeder started the micronation [[Paraduin]].
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Guido den Broeder (The Hague, 28 February 1957) is the founder and owner of [[Wikisage]]. He is a Dutch econometrician, author, politician, chess player, micronationalist, [[myalgic encephalomyelitis]] advocate and [[basic income]] advocate. He is the founder and chair of the [[ME Vereniging Nederland]] and the [[Stichting ME Research]]. He was also a board member of the [[Vereniging Basisinkomen]] and the [[Schaakvereniging Rotterdam]]. On April 1st, 2015 Den Broeder started the micronation [[Paraduin]].
  
 
== Productions ==
 
== Productions ==

Revision as of 22:01, 17 September 2019

Guido den Broeder (The Hague, 28 February 1957) is the founder and owner of Wikisage. He is a Dutch econometrician, author, politician, chess player, micronationalist, myalgic encephalomyelitis advocate and basic income advocate. He is the founder and chair of the ME Vereniging Nederland and the Stichting ME Research. He was also a board member of the Vereniging Basisinkomen and the Schaakvereniging Rotterdam. On April 1st, 2015 Den Broeder started the micronation Paraduin.

Productions

Film

Title Year Role Director Notes
The Russian Bride[1] 2018 Doctor, executive producer Michael S. Ojeda Premiere 26 June 2018[2]

References

References:
  1. "The Russian Bride", Reigning Entertainment (retrieved 20170418)
  2. Cinepocalypse 2018, Music Box Theatre, Chicago (retrieved 20180708)