In Belgium there have been numerous prominent clubs, but one appears to stand out in particular from the rest: the Cercle des Nations. Centered in Brussels, its scope was a truly international, but curiously aligned with the Conservative establishment. The club was followed up in the 1990s-2010s by the Cercle de Lorraine. Then aligned more with the Liberal establishment, the latter became known as the most exclusive club in Belgium. The club ceased to exist in 2020-2021, with the development of the global Coronavirus pandemic.
Roger Boas and the ASCO “factory of the films”
The ASCO factory, indicated in the testimony of Regina Louf (X1) and the Gendarme ATLAS dossier. Is there anything to back up the claims of mysterious network involving the company?
“Baron Noir” Benoît de Bonvoisin: Accused of sadistic child abuse and murder, linked to fascist underground terrorism
Le Baron Noir (the Black Baron) is a very suiting name for a Belgian man of nobility that funded, supported and fomented a fascist underground, which was involved in all kinds of suspicious and criminal activities during the Cold War. It is even more fitting for a Belgian man of nobility that has been directly accused of the abuse and in one case of murder of children by no less than five victim-witnesses. That man is Benoit de Bonvoisin.
Michel Vander Elst: Lawyer of the Nebula
“You don’t believe that they [Haemers gang] did these robberies with the four or five of them? To pull off something like that you need an army of accomplices! Well-placed accomplices." (December 1993, quote of Etienne Delhuvenne)
Tony Van Den Bogaert: The pimp
"No one will believe you Regina [Louf/X1]. And those who do will be destroyed. I am protected by powerful people. (Antoine “Tony” Van Den Bogaert, as quoted in Regina Louf’s autobiography)