Academics and philosopher who co-founded the Western Regulation Institute in 2011. He also became known for the Doel Case in 1999. He became familiar with the Flemish nationlist group Katholiek Vlaams Hoogstudentenverbond as well as the Royal Flemish Regulation Culture when he analyzed in the Catholic University or college of Leuven. He was within the board from the believe container Centrum Pieter Gillis specialized in pluralism, that was from the University or college of Antwerp. His dad, Marcel Storme, was a university or college law teacher who offered in the Belgian Senate from 1977 until 1981. He analyzed in the Maximum Planck Institute for International and Foreign Personal Regulation.