European money for a Japanese sect ?

La Meuse (Belgium)/October 22, 1998
By Jean Nicolas

A question by a European MP "was the last straw".

Has some European money come into the accounts of a Japanese sect ? An MP is clearly asking the question

The scandal of frauds around the ECHO and the European Commission is getting more clamorous now.

Millions (of Belgian francs) coming from the Union would have been given to the Japanese sect Sukyo Mahikari*, qualified as being extremely dangerous.

The leader for Europe and Africa of this sect, the count Gaston of Ansembourg, would also have benefited from external contracts from the Commission (...). "If funds aimed at helping distressed people are financing sects which are known all over the world for their fanatism and despise for humanity, then this is the last straw". This is a part of the text written by the Luxembourg European MP Viviane Reding to the European Commission.

Last Monday, Mrs Malou Krips, living in Paris, was heard as a witness in the affair of the misappropriated hundred of millions coming for the European Commission to the benefit of humanitarian associations. She was also heard by the police in Luxembourg about her relationship with a company, Perrylux. A hearing that the investigators tried to keep secret but, according to our information, was about three off-shore companies from the Perry group (Software-System, Acadian and Parkington located in Ireland) and ... the infamous sect involved by the MP.

There is a concrete relationship between the off-shore companies, the sect and the Commission. Mrs Krips, who managed these companies, is a member of the Mahikari sect and is accused by Claude Perry of having transfered several millions (of Belgian francs) from his accounts to those of the Japanese sect.

Provider of "submarines"

The count Gaston d'Ansemburg, quoted by the MP, begins to bring the interest of the investigators in Luxembourg upon his person because he plays a role in this triangular relationship. Indeed, in parallel with his estate business, the count is managing the Mahikari sect the seat of which is located in his castle situated in the little town of Tuntange in Luxembourg.

The count's castle has been recently restored with European funds. According to documents we have in our possession, the count, via his company, Watinsart, played a role as provider of "submarines" (That's how the European press calls fictitously engaged people with often forged invoices) for the Commission, managing eleven people paid by the misappropriated budget of 100's of millions for the humanitarian aid. These eleven "civil servants", temporary people who had excedeed their quota, were no longer entitled to work for the Commission. So they were fictitously enrolled as living in a building in Biplan street in Brussels, a building rented by the count. In reality, these eleven persons were working in the premises of the Commission, but were paid by a company of the count, via two off-shore companies who then got the wages re-paid by Perrylux. Of course, all these companies got their margins. So we can imagine the cost of the clever management of the European Commission to employ personnel by devious means !

Now it is up to the prosecutor's office in Luxembourg to authorise the committing magistrate Jeannot Nies to investigate in Ireland and especially in this sect which is commonly present in Luxembourg, and in the European quarter of the Kirchberg, not very far from the .. Perrylux building.

The prosecutor's office in Luxembourg is well aware that this financial "arrangement" via numerous companies and the ramifications and has a precise goal that they are impatient to discover. They expect to uncover some "surprises", some about the "occult" funding of a sect, others which would involve a big party from Southern Europe.

This article obtained from Mahikari Under investigation In Europe

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