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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Idk

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX does not form a large threat to secrecy, as anyone who notices its effect would already know of the existence of anomalies.

MTF-Rho-34 and and all staff of Sites close to SCP-XXXX are to actively look for news of objects, animals, or other things not being able to enter Belgium in seemingly random and impossible ways.
If found, MTF-Rho-34 is to go investigate and possibly intervene. Anomalous items taken during these investigations go through the normal classification process.

As per O5 and Ethic committee decision, its strictly forbidden to influence politics to affect Belgium's borders. Taking advantage of already planned border changes however, is allowed for testing.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a phenomenon affecting the european nation bordering France, The Netherlands, Germany and Luxembourg, known in english as Belgium.

So far not a single anomaly has been observed within SCP-XXXX, and whenever an anomalous object attempts to enter SCP-XXXX, a seemingly random series of events will prevent it from doing so.

SCP-XXXX was first discovered in 1998, when data analysis showed the remarkable lack of any anomalies found within SCP-XXXX. A number of Containment breaches and unexplained disappearances have since been attributed to this phenomenon.

List of all known events related to SCP-XXXX:

Addendum-XXXX-1: Marshall, Carter and Dark Ltd. involvement in SCP-XXXX

Marshall, Carter & Dark Ltd. has repeatedly attempted to influence belgian politics in order to make Belgium brake apart, and thus making anomalous trade easier for them.

The SCP Foundation has attempted each time to counteract their actions.

There has been clear evidence of M,C&D funding pro-BeNeLux groups, hoping they would unite Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg into a single country, this however failed.

In the 2010 election Marshall, Carter & Dark Ltd. heavily lobbied various groups, making it one of the causes of the 2010-2011 political crisis in Belgium, where politicians were not able to form a government for 355 days. Flanders very nearly seceded from Belgium during this crisis.

The SCP Foundation heavily sanctioned Marshall, Carter & Dark Ltd. for these actions.

Addendum-XXXX-2: Recovered document containing reference to SCP-XXXX

Document #193414, a diary from a soldier from the Belgian paranormal division during the first world war, references what is most likely SCP-XXXX, primarily the following pages, translated from dutch to english: