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Satudarah MC
Satudarah MC Maluku 2013.jpg
Club colors
Founded 1990[1]
Founding location Moordrecht, Netherlands[2]
Years active 1990-2018 “outlawed”
Territory Netherlands, France, Belgium, Germany, Spain, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Morocco, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Curacao, Suriname, Switzerland, Turkey, South Africa, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Finland, Austria, Australia, Brazil, Namibia, United States, République Démocratique of Congo
Ethnicity Maluku, Dutch and Surinamese[1]
Membership (est.) Around 4000 Worldwide[3]

Satudarah MC is a one-percenter motorcycle club that was founded in Moordrecht, Netherlands in 1990.[4]

Satudarah MC has 44 chapters throughout the Netherlands[5] and has opened in Belgium, France, Spain, Indonesia, Malaysia, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Morocco, Norway, Singapore, Thailand, Curacao, Suriname, Switzerland, Canada, Australia (where the Sydney chapter was shut down as of 11 January 2016)[6] and Turkey.[7][8][9][10][11]

Satudarah MC differs from most other outlaw motorcycle gangs in the fact that it welcomes all races into its club, owing to its historical creation by a group of Moluccans and Dutch friends. The ethnic makeup of the club in the Netherlands is Dutch, Ambonese, Surinamese and others.[1] Satu darah in Indonesian and Malay language means "one blood".

Criminal activities[edit]

Members of Satudarah MC are frequently brought into connection with drug trafficking, murder, extortion and weapon trafficking.[12] Satudarah MC is considered extremely violent and ruthless, more so than the Hells Angels in the Netherlands.[7][13] On 18th June 2018, the Dutch justice system announced a complete ban on the motorcycleclub. The Court sentenced an immediate civil ban of all chapters and related clubs.[14]. but the motorcycleclub has filed for suid in the high court, and is therefore stil legal pending the high court case.


External links[edit]

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