To the attention of :
The Honorable Madame Fatou Bensouda,
International Criminal Court (ICC)
Po Box 19519
2500 CM, The Hague
His Excellency Mr Antonio Guterres, Secretary General,
United Nations Organization
His Majesty King Mohamed VI
Kingdom of Morocco
These days I have been making more revelations about the presence of a very dangerous mafioso in Morocco. It’s Mr François Leemans. Please find enclosed a list of crimes that I have been putting together concerning him.
He either works closely or he is related to Mr Lucien Leuwenkroon, the President of the Chamber of Commerce Belgium Luxembourg in Morocco on various matters such as international transport by truck and by boat, and such as financial services. In any case Mr Lucien Leuwenkroon is in the best position to answer all the questions concerning François Leemans.
In terms of business, there is no obvious link between Leemans and Leuwenkroon, but an indepth police research on Leemans Kredieten en Kroon Diamonds, which belongs to Mr Lucien Leuwenkroon personally might reveal the link we need. We will also be able to track down if he established enterprises under the name “Leemans”.
So far, I found two transport companies with the name Leemans, which I recommend to research further. The two companies their names are EXPEDITIEBEDRIJF TRANSLEEMANS and VERVOERBEDRIJF ANCIENS ETABLISSEMENTS THEO <LEEMANS> .
Is there a way to know who the owners are of these two transport companies ?
Both these transport companies (1, 2) have been deregistered automatically on 20 July 2013, and both on the same day. The company numbers were both removed from the public register due to failure to file the annual accounts (1, 2), just like Lavazza and the Prince Jamal Al Noaimi Foundation, NH Belgium (hotel group) and the Belgium Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce were also not filing the annual accounts on a regular basis. The latter might just not be obliged to do so, given that it is considered a public company.
Sometimes I get the feeling that the files concerning the transport companies may have something to do with the purchase or the leasing of a massive number of Toyota Hilux utility vehicles which ISIL uses for moving around in the deserts of Syria and Iraq. It requires an investigation to exclude this probability for these two Belgian companies. However, it could be a reason why they were not reporting their balance sheets to the financial government in Belgium, but I hope you understand that I really do not wish to see the name of Mr Lucien Leuwenkroon in any justice dossier related to Toyota or ISIL. This is why the focus should be on François Leemans.
Perhaps it is also noteworthy to know that the decision to close Immo Leuwenkroon as well occurred in the same year. Immo Leuwenkroon filed the shutdown on 7 January 2014, and the real estate activity was taken over by Kroon Diamonds. You will see here that in 2012 the activity of is moved to Ernest van Dijckkaai where Kroon Diamonds is. This happened right before the so-called dissolution or the shut down of Immo Leuwenkroon.
Overall, it looks like 2013 was a key year in which many other decisions of this kind must have happened in the Leemans-Leuwenkroon businesses.
As I have investors in the diamond and gold sector, I have inquired about Kroon Diamonds. I was told that this company is indeed engaged in (real estate) investment and in the financing of the diamond procurement by the jewellery businesses.
Kroon Diamonds don’t trade in diamonds, I was told, because this requires security clearance. Unlike the above mentioned companies, Kroon Diamonds has not been declaring their balance sheets to the Belgian financial authorities (National Bank of Belgium among others).
What we should also try to avoid is the suggestion that on 18 February 2013, there was a spectacular theft of diamonds which occurred on the tarmac at the airport of Zaventem and that Kroon Diamonds might have something to do with that, especially because the theft was planned in Morocco and involving Moroccan criminals. Mr Lucien Leuwenkroon is not a Moroccan.
He has links with Zaventem. Yes, that I can confirm. How can Mr Lucien Leuwenkroon help that when he is a Belgian and when the national airport is in Zaventem ? You will agree that this is not his fault.
What I can confirm is that I sent an e-mail to Morocco about a cookies project involving biscuit boxes and a mobile bakery which leaked to Belgium, because the ex-Mayor of Zaventem promptly turned up at the Dimah Bakery shop where I was negotiating to conduct experiments.
The President of the Chamber of Commerce Belgium Luxembourg in Morocco is also the owner of the Lavazza brand, a coffee brand. I recommend increasing financial supervision for Lavazza.
In Morocco, not much was known about His Excellency Lucien Leuwenkroon, and even less that he was accompanied by a Belgian banker of Luxembourg during his wartime trip to Northern Ireland. A few days after they arrived the banker had been executed like a hunter would shoot on game, and afterwards, his body was set on fire to make it unrecognizable. That’s what a former North Irish warlord, exiled in Belgium obviously, told me.
Although the connection between the murder of the banker and Mr. Leuwenkroon is not established, like many cruel crimes including genocides have not yet been connected to this man and his mafia, this story of the banker will be verified on the side of the bank that lost an employee as well as large sums of money that the banker carried with him when he travelled together with Mr. Leuwenkroon. We will also know more from the banker’s wife, God Willing.
I have the honour to transmit herewith my recent report and the action to be taken immediately by the Government of Morocco concerning the Belgian-Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce in Morocco which would not be properly established in either Belgium or Morocco, and to shut it down for security reasons. What if they use the place, the money and their enormous network for plotting a coup d’Etat or terrorist attacks. I don’t know why I am suddenly thinking again of the spectacular diamond robbery on the tarmac of Brussels Airport on 18 february 2013, which was plotted in Morocco, according to judicial sources.
Mr. Lucien Leuwenkroon is very popular, very loved and veneered in Morocco. To play it safe and before accusing this man of any cruelty, I first tried to find out if this man is capable of murder. I sent around his picture, which I will not post in this article because of privacy issues that have been reported.
However certain people confirmed having met him and they know him under a different name. I started checking his travels with those who are likely to know him best. That is how I learned that he was involved in a deadly drama in Tunisia:
At first, I was told that Mr. Lucien Leuwenkroon had pushed through the window from the sixth floor of a hotel in Tunis, a young woman of Moroccan origin, 26 years old, in 1984. She died instantly. Her name would be Nabila Taoufik.
Then they said that Mr François Leemans was actually actually the man who was in Tunisia with Miss Nabila Taoufik and who pushed her through the window. When the Tunisian police came to observe the tragedy and question the witnesses, among whom Mr François Leemans, they had curiously decided to qualify the tragedy as an accident.
In a second time, when I asked the question if he was accompanied or alone, because I had the feeling that he had an alibi in his favor which comes from somebody who helped sow doubts about the guilt of Mr. François Leemans. He was indeed accompanied by a man named Mr. Daniel Charles Renson, a personality I have already reported to the Belgian police for his involvement in human trafficking targeting me.
Indeed, in March 2005, I met Mr. Daniel Renson at a conference at Delhaize Group. He presented himself as a headhunter. That’s how he got to know my CV and my professional background.
The first thing that struck me about him is that he has huge scars on his face and under his jaw, in his neck. The second thing is that he makes a lot of effort to hide his true nature by walking around like a robot.
Secondly, from the first meeting, he proposed to do a project together in Tunisia. He never made it clear what type of project it was. He always said “SAP” to me, hoping I would be interested, but SAP is a very broad concept of computer software, and there are a lot of things in it that you can do.
The third thing is that it is not clear, it does not specify anything and it hopes that by a pun it will succeed in convincing you to follow it. As you will understand, we do not follow strangers to another country. Besides, I don’t need him to go to Tunisia.
In my head I gave him a finger. “Here,” I told him, and he didn’t notice any of this, as he has a limited perception. On the other hand, my perception of him is much more evolved, and I rather had the impression that he was very disturbed by something concerning me. I seem to have pinched him, and I think that it is my professional profile that I have developed despite the mountains of obstacles of all kinds, including legal ones, in Belgium, where they are not only putting sticks, but tree trunks in the wheels for all Arabs who want an improvement, in this country or in theirs.
So I felt that he wanted me to get involved in his criminal stories probably out of jealousy and hatred for all Arabs and Muslims, and instead of staying away from Arabs and Muslims, he gets involved in our community and our countries so he can plant the knives in our backs much better. For doing that, he was even looking to get married, just like Mr Leuwenkroon declared wanting to marry Saliha Bagdadi, who was returned to her parents a few weeks before she died of something which the doctors refused to tell, but which looks a lot like HIV-aids.
Mr Renson himself received a knife in the neck in a fight with the brothers of a young Algerian woman of whom he allegedly destroyed the genetic apparatus. Some say he barely escaped death. According to himself, he had an accident while driving a rally and he got the windshield in his face, he told me. I never gave him any credit on anything he tells me, and he didn’t notice that too in the 7 years during which he would have “done everything for me”.
I thanked him in this way : I have denounced him to the police in several reports from 2011 onward, so that he will never again run after an Arab woman. In 2017 I found his name in a statement by another person, who knew him in the context of terrorism in Northern Ireland.
Through his Iranian friend, Mr. Abolfazl Beheshti, I learned that Mr. Renson turned to Thailand to find a woman. He wanted one who is poor and crusheable enough to accompany him day in day out.
So it wasn’t for SAP that he wanted me
Why Thailand ? This is because Mr. Lucien Leuwenkroon is an experienced person in international human trafficking and sexual slavery. He might be working together with VERVOERBEDRIJF ANCIENS ETABLISSEMENTS THEO <LEEMANS> which is a boat, and which was possibly used for the transport of undocumented migrants for the sex-slavery.
He was reportedly involved in an auction of small children in Bangkok. He does nothing else all day in Morocco, in his Chamber of Commerce Belgium Luxembourg for which I asked the shut down to the Government of Morocco.
I have never seen Mr François Leemans, so I can’t judge about this man. I have seen Mr Lucien Leuwenkroon once at the Opportunités Maroc-Belgique, a road show of Moroccan companies in Belgium. He was there together with Mr Daniel Renson. Both men were haughty, standing far removed from the crowd. They were keeping an eye on the entrance to the meeting room with arrogance or was it hatred that I have seen? They were talking only to each-other. They refused to mingle with the rest of the audience. The body language of Mr Lucien Leuwenkroon was clearly indicating a statement. He was standing just like saying “I want to kill you all”, with his legs wide apart and with his hands ready to pull the gun. To me the message was very clear, but I don’t understand why in Morocco they fail to see this.
Mr Lucien Leuwenkroon and Mr Daniel Renson are two people I call the Enemy. I knew this before I ever learned about their crimes on this list. You will recognize the Enemy very quickly by his way of being, dressing, eating, speaking and especially reasoning, which is totally artificial. One field where he is totally exposed is in finance.
Certain links were disabled recently to the Allah Ghaleb website in which I centralized all the facts about the Enemy in Modern Times. The links were disabled following a complaint about privacy violations, undoubtedly on behalf of someone who identifies with the Enemy or who recognized himself.
The aim of Allah Ghaleb
is to recognize the Enemy without any war
The Enemy does everything so not to be recognized, compared to the human who is natural at all times. Mr Lucien Leuwenkroon and Mr Daniel Renson are friends and they are part of the same Belgian mafia. They were both in Northern Ireland during the unrest.
Perhaps She Was Just a Moroccan, and She Is Famous in Belgium
So, I do not exclude that since the story “concerns just a Moroccan woman” who fell from the sixth floor, there could be an element of corruption to probably disguise a murder as an “accident”. Would she have slipped while washing the hotel windows, do you think?
The other reason why the Tunisian authorities should be looking into this case again, under the perspective of a murder, a corruption case and perhaps also with premeditation, is that this case known in Belgium. How come ?
How come that Miss Taoufik is very famous in Belgium, where I learned about her only now. I have never been to Tunisia, but if the Tunisian police finds a file about the accident with Miss Nabila Taoufik at the hotel and Mr Leuwenkroon’s name is in it, how come that people talk about it in Belgium, or is falling from the window something exceptional ?
My next question is : If someone pushed the young woman through the window, is it Mr Lucien Leuwenkroon or is it Mr Daniel Charles Renson who did it ?
The scandal must be unraveled, because these two people likely continued to kill North African women after that incident or they continued to damage the lives of the women in the Maghreb countries in order to build their empire of infectious tourism, to say it in clean words…
As it turns out, a couple of weeks after I sent my letter to the President of Tunisia about Nabila Taoufik, I learned that both Mr Leuwenkroon and Mr Renson committed a second murder directly afterwards. Both Mr Leemans and Mr Renson would have sexually abused and killed a 16 years-old girl from Tunisia, this time. They ran her over by car.
If we place the incident with Nabila Taoufik in the total picture with the death of the Tunisian youth and in a more complex whole, with at least these two actors who were present at the scene of the drama, and probably in a context of economic interests such as sex tourism, we could see many other things. Perhaps it was not an accident but a criminal case that deserves a re-examination, this time financially with our DNA-Business-Finance method.
If there is a police report in Tunisia, please press on the Tunisian authorities to publish in the press all the story, all the details of the investigation, and all the statements of Mr. Leuwenkroon and Mr. Renson with some
VERY BIG FAT HEADLINES IN THE PAPERS!
Tunisia is the first country to fall, in 2011, when President Zine Abidine was driven out by his people. The uprising could have been fueled by the same corrupt channel or team who treated Ms. Nabila Taoufik’s death as an”accident”. It may be that the perpetrators of the Arab Spring are the same mafia because they have remained unpunished. This is why the case of Miss Taoufik and the Tunisian youth is very important.
Miss Nabila Taoufik’s file could also contain useful elements to solve the terrorist attacks in Tunisia, since both men are involved in the financing and the arming of the terrorists in Northern Ireland.
It is with this sort of corruption, with the kind of attitude in which they say “pfff, she is just a Moroccan, and they are just Algerians, or just an African, or just a migrant, or just a peasant”, and with human trafficking that an unbearable tourism has spread in our regions, and we must organise our economies differently in the Maghreb.
I am referring to my letter to the President of the Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity, His Majesty King Mohammed VI, King of Moroccoof 22 December, 2017, in which I outline the details about the Aurum Helix Group and an overview of our multi-dimensional portfolio of innovative projects with a total value already exceeds $15 trillion and $865 billion.
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