Carl Armfelt was closely connected with the WACL during the 1970's and 1980's, and with the chief of Dutch Intelligence, Cornelis van den Heuvel, who chaired organizations like Civis Mundi, Interdoc, and the Atlantic Commission at his office in the Hague, located at van Stolkweg 10. When I visited him in 1977 and told him that I was investigating the Korean-based Moon Organization, he showed me the map with the proceedings of the WACL-meetings, that he attended in the past, including all the members from Belgium, Holland, England, Sweden, White Russia, U.S.A., Japan, and South Korea. The WACL was directed from Taipeh, Seoul, Tokyo and Mexico City, where the Tecos movement was located. When I wrote a letter to the Secretary of WACL in Taipeh, I received information about their comrades from Holland : Professor Vos of Leyden University, Prosper Ego of OSL in Rotterdam, and Ad Ploeg, member of Dutch parliament. Right now, the University of Leyden and the Korean Institute can be reached through an expert from Belgium, Drs. Koen de Ceuster, a very reliable man. The Unification Church of the Moon Family founded the Freedom Center in Seoul during the 1960's, where anti-communist ideology was lectured by American professors, who had attended the WACL-meetings as well.
Later on in the 1980's, Godism was taught by the CAUSA organization in Latin America to government personnel, generals, and members of the Intelligence community.
CAUSA was associated with the International Security Council and the Washinton Times newspaper, founded by the Korean Peace King in 1984.
These three movements were supported by President Reagan, General Oliver North, General John Singlaub, and all those characters who were involved in the Contra guerilla war against the Sandinistas and their socialist president General Daniel Ortega. The Int. Security Council was chaired by an expert in counter-terrorism, a member of the Jewish Defense League, associated with Meiher Kahane in New York City. His name was Dr. Joseph Churba. During the meetings of the council in Berlin, London, Paris, Tokyo, Tel Aviv, Malta, and Copenhagen, Reagan's Star Wars Program was featured as the best strategy against the Soviet Union. The guest speaker from Holland was Dr. Joseph Luns, a devout catholic and ex-Minister of Foreign Affairs, who chaired NATO from 1978 up to 1982 in Brussels. He was introduced as Senior Advisor and Keynote Speaker. Most of the visitors were retired generals, ambassadors, and policy advisors from Nato-countries, North and South America, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and the Philippines. When the Iron Curtain collapsed in 1989, the Washington Times and the Novosty Press of Moscow organized the Victory of Communism Festival in Moscow on April 10, 1990. President Gorbachev and his wife Raisa greeted the True Parents Moon as the champions of Freedom and World Peace while agents of the KGB were applauding during the welcome ceremony. Journalists like Mr. GBJ Hiltermann from Holland were attending the World Media Conference in Moscow. This character witnessed to me on the phone in 2006 that he was proud to shake hands with mister Moon, whose ideology was certainly the best answer in the fight against fascism and communism ! He was later interviewed in HP-De Tijd weekly about his curious friendship with Moon. His wife attended the meetings in Motel Akersloot, organized by the Women's Federation of Freedom and World Peace. This movement also organized a meeting in The Hague with the Embassy of Algeria about moslim terrorism in Algeria with two ex-Ministers from that country presenting their experiences and also a lecture by a Dutch expert, who is known for his critique of the Koran and who supported Geert Wilders during his court case a few years ago. His name is Drs. Hans Janssen.
I received the program of this meeting from a member of the Algerian Embassy, who did not realize that these freedom fighers were in fact moonies ! It was dated March 1995. There were two journalists present, one from the Telegraph Newspaper and one from ANP, who did not write anything about this alliance between the Embassy and the Moon Church. Reverend Moon befriended ''peaceful moslim leaders'' like Yassir Arafat and Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam. He also invited scholars of the Moslim ideology from Middle-East countries to attend the meetings of the Universal Peace Federation, and organized Peace Tours in Jeruzalem.
Guests from Holland were Wim van Eekelen, ex-Minister of Defense and member of the Liberal Party, and Mr. Beelaerts van Blokland of the Christian Democratic Party.
Reports on these meetings are published on the UPF website. The Victory in Moscow festival is reported on CausaInternational.org. Critical reports on the WACL have been reported by the Washington Post, on the Voltaire Net, and in Lobster Magazine by Professor Jeffrey Bale. Inside The League was written by Anderson in 1986, Yakuza by David Kaplan and Alec Dubro (1986), while ex-moonie Nansook Hong testified about her life in the Moon Family in 1998 : "In the Shadow of the Moons "
Elseviers Magazine reported on the WACL conference in Asuncion, Paraguay in May 1979, written by the late Coen van Harten. One guest from Holland, a banker called Idema, was so ashamed during this meeting that he decided to get away as quickly as possible ! At this time, the League was already infiltrated by racists, anti-semitists, and neo-nazies from the U.S.A., but the Moon Leadership never backed off from the League that they created with two Yakuza gangsters in 1967.
Members of the League also included anti-Castro movements like Alpha 66, that bombed the Cuban Embassy in New York City, and who plotted to kill President Kennedy in 1963 in the company of CIA-agents Hunt and Sturgis, and mafia leaders Sam Giancana, John Roselli, and Sam Trafficante.
Carl Armfelt's career of terrorism is to be compared with that of Stephano Della Chiaie, who was heavily involved in the GLADIO operation in Italy. In 1990, the Telegraph Newspaper in Amsterdam published a full-page article about the career of Carl Armfelt, written by Henk de Mari. All the information on WACL, published in Elsevier and Hervormd Nederland was inspired with documents from my archive. Also many cult reports were published that way, and the book called "Youth Cults in the Netherlands" (Amsterdam, 1980) Right now, I am writing an english book on Religious Cults for the market in England, USA, Germany, France, Belgium, and Japan.
It includes the story of the Peoples Temple in Guyana (1978), the AUM Sect in Japan, the Brazilian sect TFP, Scientology, WACL, New Tribes Mission in Venezuela,
Unification Church, and all the scandals connected with the politics of religion and the U.S. State Department.
I am also convinced that the Gang of Nijvel in Belgium was part of the Gladio Strategy, and that the child abductors like Marc Dutroux and his associates were involved in the Paedophile Network of Baron de Bonvoisin, vanden Boeynants, and all those evil characters that attended the Pink Ballets. I was surprised to read so many interesting reports on this forum, and look forward to your comments on this post. Greetings from the city of Ymuiden at the North Sea.