For years it has been a mystery where our money went and where the CD-house was actually located. Official documents stated it being in a so-called city “Brussels” or “Bruxelles” or “Brussel”, depending on who you ask and what Era the documents are from.

Brussels, seemingly located in a country known as “Belgium”, is a widely known hoax spread around the world. But, as you might have discovered on exchanges, it’s location seems to vary all over Europe, and after our reporter tried getting a Visa for Belgium to go look and see it with his own eyes, officials from Visa center just laughed at him.

Because he had the money anyway, he requested a Visa for Germany and visited the beautiful city of Bielefeld. This would be a sad end of this story, if not he totally randomly and accidentally stumbled upon a very familiar looking building in the Einbahnstrasse in Bielefeld.

The CD-house, the very headquarters of AEGEE-Europe, was right there, in front of his very eyes. Our reporter rang the bell ready to ask a bazillion questions about the what and why, but no one answered. Apparently they were all in a Skype meeting with Philipp Blum. #blumtoblame

Questions about this basic flat-out lie will be asked by our reporters during Popcorn Agora Bucharest.

Published by Anna Pamplona

Anna Pamplona is the founder and Chief-in-Editor of the Silver Times, and has written many investigative articles. She received the Golden Silver Times-award for her article about unraveling the real location of the CD house in Bielefeld.