Plukrijp Newsletter – 2021 week 45

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2021 – week 45

Upside down = instead of announcing what we plan to do
(& most often find out we do not need to do), we relate what we really did

Building communities of trust is fundamental
to healing our collective wound.
At Plukrijp, we offer spaces of transparency and solidarity.
The community allows people to encounter each other
in truth and so develop trust.
We do the garden for YOU
Plukrijp functions on your frequent visits & harvests. Take along for friends & neighbours, this way we recreate real networks between us all, breaking down the illusory restrictions that now still separate many of us from our fellow man = UBUNTU.
The updated list of vegetables & fruit that can be harvested this week is available on our website under the heading “Current Harvest” :
If you want to volunteer at Plukrijp,
feel free to send your request to

This week @ Plukrijp
We did:

Clean up the closed tunnels and harvested the last paprika’s

Fixed pallets for BioFresh


Stored, processed and continued drying mint, bay-leaf and basil


Spread straw at the Hei


Carried inside all the potted plants on the terrain for hibernation & went through tunnel 5 & moved all the green chard inside tunnel 4 for winter

Made many banana delicacies and Alex made traditional Polish soup


Silvia did big clean-up in the freecycle shop


Put pigeon shit on the long raised beds at Hei

Interesting Movies & Documentaries

Richard Perkins – To stay or leave…

Richard Perkins – Eat. Farm. Sleep. Repeat.

Richard Perkins – 2022 at Ridgedale. Choosing a simpler life

Tegenlicht Talk: Douglas Rushkoff

Douglas Rushkoff is a writer, media theorist and documentary filmmaker. He talks about market forces, multinationals and social alienation.

The Secret to Understanding Humans | Larry C. Rosen | TEDx


What really matters to human beings? With compassion and humor, mediator and attorney Larry Rosen opens a window into the human unconscious that will help you understand everyone, from your spouse to your mother to your boss, no matter how seemingly bizarre their words or actions. His simple and profound insight will improve every important relationship in your life.


– Jordan Peterson Motivation

Jordan Peterson is sharing life-changing advice for women on how to becaome real women not girls. Please listen to the end and make sure you subscribe for more inspirational content!

Things You Must Know As a Father | Jordan Peterson

A good father is one of the most valuable assets in our society. In this video Dr Jordan Peterson is sharing his advice for parents but especially fathers.


Christopher Wallis, Ph.D., also known as Hareesh, is a rare kind of teacher: one who is fluent in Sanskrit, who has received lineage-transmission from multiple streams and has completed the highest level of academic study of the tradition he practices.

Hareesh is the author of Tantra Illuminated: The Philosophy, History, and Practice of a Timeless Tradition and The Recognition Sutras: Illuminating a 1,000-Year-Old Spiritual Masterpiece.

“The spiritual process has nothing to do with preference”

– Christopher Hareesh Wallis

Sex, religion and envy – how Freud and Jung’s frenetic friendship tore itself apart


In 1906, the young Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung received a collection of essays from none other than the founder of psychoanalysis himself, Sigmund Freud. When the two met in person a year later in Vienna, their first conversation lasted more than 13 hours, according to Jung’s account. And so began a collaboration that would blossom into an intense, albeit brief friendship between two titans of psychology. The duo toured the US together, giving lectures on psychoanalysis. They analysed each other’s dreams in depth. Twenty years his senior, Freud called Jung ‘the Joshua to my Moses, fated to enter the Promised Land which I myself will not live to see’. Their bond was so deep that at one point Jung wrote to Freud: ‘Let me enjoy your friendship not as one between equals but as that of father and son.’ Despite their shared interests and mutual admiration, in 1913 their relationship abruptly ended. But what caused their dramatic estrangement? And which one can lay claim to greater influence?

Freud versus Jung is the second instalment of ‘Philosophy Feuds’, Aeon’s original series of short animations, each of which tells the story of a famous – or not so famous – spat, break-up, falling-out or fracas. More than just revealing the hilarious and all-too-human pettiness of the world’s greatest thinkers, ‘Philosophy Feuds’ is about the fascinating ideas behind each of these rifts – and how these ideas continue to matter today.

Coming Home

A man who believed in war. A man who believed in nothing. And a woman who believed in both of them.

Coming Home is a 1978 American romantic drama war film directed by Hal Ashby from a screenplay written by Waldo Salt and Robert C. Jones with story by Nancy Dowd. It stars Jane Fonda, Jon Voight, Bruce Dern, Penelope Milford, Robert Carradine and Robert Ginty. The film’s narrative follows a perplexed woman, her Marine husband and a paraplegic Vietnam War veteran whom she meets while her husband is deployed in Vietnam.

Coming Home was conceived by Jane Fonda as the first feature for her own production company, IPC Films (for Indochina Peace Campaign), with her associate producer Bruce Gilbert, a friend from her protest days. Fonda wished to make a film about the Vietnam War inspired by her friendship with Ron Kovic, a paraplegic Vietnam War veteran, whom she had met at an antiwar rally.

Bound for Glory (1976)



Bound for Glory is a 1976 American biographical film directed by Hal Ashby and loosely adapted by Robert Getchell from Woody Guthrie’s 1943 partly fictionalized autobiography Bound for Glory. The film stars David Carradine as folk singer Woody Guthrie, with Ronny Cox, Melinda Dillon, Gail Strickland, John Lehne, Ji-Tu Cumbuka and Randy Quaid. Much of the film is based on Guthrie’s attempt to humanize the desperate Okie Dust Bowl refugees in California during the Great Depression.

Shell Oil’s murder of Ken Saro-Wiwa

The story of a great environmental hero

On this day in 1995, the Nigerian government – under the direction of Shell Oil – assassinated Nigerian environmental leader Ken Saro-Wiwa after a show trial and a rushed execution.

His crime?

He successfully – and peacefully – organized his people to demand their rights in the face of an ecological holocaust.

An artist’s serene moving paintings probe the surface of reality itself


There’s an irony at the core of the Berlin-based artist Susi Sie’s work. Starting from a macroscopic scale – that is, just barely visible to the naked human eye – she builds scenes imbued with a breathtaking grandiosity, immersing audiences in the surreal landscapes that materialise when the Universe’s fine details are brought into human view. Eschewing digital effects, her films find beauty and wonder in the often mysterious nature of reality, and especially that which is often hiding just beneath the surface.


That is to say, there’s more to Sie’s work than building elaborate eye candy, even if the results are often dazzling. Float (2011), for instance, is rich with metaphor. The film starts and ends with a single bubble moving through a seemingly endless expanse of liquid. Throughout, bubbles separate, coalesce and percolate. Sie seems to invite the viewer to superimpose a story arc on the action, even as the film’s subjects are, of course, lifeless. This impression of narrative is emphasised by the dramatic swells and stops of the accompanying orchestral music, which resembles a traditional film score.

Inspiring Links

Christopher Wallis – Near Enemy #1:

Everything happens for a reason

Here you will find all awake groups that are currently founded, and that you can join.

Vienna Brothel Offers Customers 30 Minutes

With ‘Lady of Their Choice’ In Exchange For COVID Vaccine

The pandemic is becoming more threatening by the day. After the promise of free hamburgers, joints ice cream or lotto tickets to convince the last heartless egoists to join humanity again, a brothel in Vienna raises the stakes by offering a very seductive bribe: A free 30-minute session in a ‘saunaclub’ with the lady of your choice. by taking the COVID-19 jab they can get their heart ‘on’ again.

Inspiring Books

We are under the control of a medical dictatorship. Nothing short of a direct hit by a meteor or nuclear war could be worse. Most information and communications channels have been blocked and censored. In spite of this, people all over the world are rising up. They need ammunition- and at last we have the ammunition: Robert F. Kennedy, Jr’s book “The Real Anthony Fauci” is finally ready for market. (TEN YEARS of normal research and editorial compressed into just one year.)

Kennedy’s book is not only a comprehensive coverage of the CoVid Con and Gates and Fauci’s role in it, it’s a complete history of how we got here and what we must do to reverse course. If you can buy it locally, do so. If you can buy multiple copies, do so. Now is the time. Fast method:

Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus:

How Growth Became the Enemy of Prosperity

The new book by Douglas Rushkoff, “Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus,” digs deep into the architecture of the money system and corporate charters to get to the root of the inequality trend and ask how we can modify our institutions to cope with overwhelming automation-driven prosperity.


In the context of the actual culture that is ever more leaning towards exteriorisation, highly developed individuals can best fulfill their service to mankind if they do NOT attract the attention of the world around them.

They have to renounce of most if not all personal factors.

If they would show openly the spiritual power the have access to, a part of humanity would follow them in blind idolisation & an other part of humanity (or the same, a time later) would persecute them with equal hatred & demonisation (the actual mediatic smear-campaigns).

In both cases their work would not only be annihilated, but they would bring a dramatic separation(&antagonism) between big groups of people.

From the biography of Rudolf Steiner

The self, the place where we live, is a place of illusion.

Goodness is connected with the attempt to see the unself

to pierce the veil of selfish consciousness

and join the world as it really is.

– Iris Murdoch

Inspiring Texts

Inspiring Music

Louis Armstrong-Go Down Moses

Wade in the Water

Jordi Savall: Lachrimae Caravaggio

Inspiring Image

The profile of our “philanthropist” in charge of everything

Humor (?)
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