Le Cercle

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Le Cercle is a secret society. Le Cercle meets biannually. It is masterminded by the Vatican. Throughout Catholic Europe, private, hard-right to outright fascist institutions have been set up in the past 60 years that are dominated by supporters of not only the Paneuropa Union, but also Opus Dei and the Knights of Malta. Most people, especially in non-Catholic countries, would think the idea of Paneuropa died with Count Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi in 1972. Members of this society are Otto von Habsburg, Count Hans Huyn (also Le Cercle), Prince Carlo della Torre e Tasso, Prince Albert von Thurn und Taxis, Nikolaus von Liechtenstein, Jakob Coudenhove-Kalergi and Valery Giscard d'Estaing. All these men are alive today and identify themselves with the most reactionary elements in the Vatican: Opus Dei and the Knights of Malta. These people (i.e. the top leaders in this private network) have the idea of using the European Union to some day revive the Holy Roman Empire.

The most central player in this whole network is Otto von Habsburg and together with his Opusian associates Jean Violet and Antoine Pinay he founded Le Cercle in the 1950s, one of the branches of this Vatican-Paneuropa network. At least, that's how things started out. In later years extremist Cold War warriors from the US and the UK became more involved with Le Cercle. Many participants already knew each other through the CIA-sponsored anti-communist networks in Europe.

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