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2022 – week 7

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” :
This week @ Plukrijp
We did:

We broke down long pallets for building & new possibilities. We plan to make large benches for the long dining table so that five people instead of four could sit on each side.

We scratched & seeded: tunnel 4 with spinach and carrots / the open tunnels with cereals (quinoa, wheat, oat & spelt).

We seeded peas in the centers of tunnels 4 & 5 to let them grow on the supports already in place.

We prepared for the storm by securing anything that wasn’t ready to brace the upcoming wind. We noticed there was no water that truly came from the storm – another sign of winter receding and spring coming. We survived (quite comfortably) the storm & afterwards picked up a few branches that had fallen around the farm.

We replaced & strengthened the plastic of the closed tunnels.

We reorganized & took stock of the seeds we now have since the last seeding season. Thank you Amanda for your beautiful work, tidying up the seeds last time!

We started the hunt for rats as the sun is warming up the air, they begin to make their tunnels & holes in & around the raised beds.

We created a new stock area in the hangar at Hei for the long & sturdy wood poles. Placing them inside, we feel proud of quality work & know it will be easy to find & access the poles when we need them.

We ate a wonderful apple pie inspired by a recipe from Martine’s Grandmother. Thank you Martine for your delicious cooking!

We observed & appreciate the purple and yellow flowers now waking up from their winter slumber.

Interesting Movies & Documentaries
There are 5 hours of expert testimonies here but it’s a productive use of your time and we highly recommend it. It truly is a valuable gift that Reiner and his panel of experts have put together for us.

Grand Jury – Day 2: Historical Background


Dr Reiner Fuellmich, an attorney who has won huge class action cases against Volkswagen and Deutsch Banke and who practices in both Germany and California has put together this Grand Jury trial in the Court of Public Opinion, or what he’s calling a “model proceeding,” based on the hundreds of expert witness testimonies he has taken over the past year.

There are six figures in Fuellmich’s indictment: Anthony Fauci, Tedros Adhanom, the Director-General of the World Health Organization, Bill Gates, BlackRock, Pfizer and Christian Drosten, who is the German virologist who was appointed to the European Commission’s advisory panel on COVID-19, and who was the one who first recommended the use of PCR tests.

Fuellmich’s investigation has found that the vaxxine genocide is part of a long-planned agenda by an ultra-rich group of people and their financial mafia based in the City of London and Wall Street to use a pseudo-pandemic as a guise to obtaining full control of the global economy while we are distracted with the pandemic.

They openly discuss their agenda every year at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Since 1992, they have groomed their own group of political leaders and infiltrated them into the governments of the world in order to sabotage and destroy them from within. Merkel and Gates were among the first, followed by Justin Trudeau, Jacinda Ardern, Emmanuel Macron, Gavin Newsom, Pete Buttigieg and many more.

This Davos clique promotes the shifting of the world’s assets to this group so that in 2030, ordinary people will ‘own nothing and be happy’ under their one world government and single digital currency, along with a drastic reduction in the world’s population and the manipulation of the remaining population’s DNA all the way into transhumanism.

The pandemic was the way into this scenario, which was first gamed-out in a 2001 senior-level bio-terrorist attack simulation called Operation Dark Winter. In 2010, the Rockefeller Foundation did another rehearsal called Operation Lockstep. Finally, in 2019, there was Event 201, sponsored by Johns Hopkins, the Gates Foundation, the WEF and the Rockefeller Foundation.

The video of opening statements was released last week and this is Day 2, which gives us the historical perspective on how we got here.


Philosopher, George Santayana famously said, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it,” but we have been propagandized and lied to about so much that “remembering” it may not be very useful. We could all use some courses on true history.

The first guest is Alex Thomson, who worked at GCHQ and who attended numerous meetings at the Royal Institute of International Affairs and who has an insider’s perspective on that Deepest part of the Deep State, which is British Intelligence and the aristocratic agenda that it represents, of which famous dynasties like the Rothschilds are just the front-of-the-house.

Thomson gets into the history of slavery and war and the process, starting almost 200 years ago of how these evolved from physical control into control of the mind and its products (and patents); from classical combat war into the Fourth Generation Warfare in which we find ourselves today – a full-blown global psychological war, where literally everything has been weaponized.

This is followed by a brilliant deposition by young Canadian historian, Matthew Ehret, Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Patriot Review, a Senior Fellow at the American University in Moscow and author of the ‘Untold History of Canada’ book series, who takes us through the history of how the British Empire never accepted their defeats after the American Revolution and subsequent incursions and how they have been covertly fighting to win it back ever since, culminating in the 90% hollowing-out of the US manufacturing base and our current pharmaceutical genocide.

This was accomplished through the machinations of Wall Street and the US intelligence agencies, both of which are in reality outposts of the City of London. This is a bit of an oversimplification but Matt walks us through it all and really crystallizes the bigger picture of what is being done to us.

A look behind the scenes of those in power.

Interview with Dr Călin Georgescu

dr. Călin Georgescu was for many years a high-ranking collaborator of the UN (United Nations) and the “Club of Rome” (an association of experts from different disciplines from more than 30 countries. This organization for the public interest, founded in 1968, works on a sustainable future for humanity).

Since leaving these positions, he speaks as an insider, among other things, about the character traits of people in high positions. He reveals the goals of the global authorities behind the scenes. That is, those who have great influence on world events. He explains why the corona crisis must be about global manipulation and why it is actually about those in power.

In this interview we also hear explosive details about the UN; what dr. Georgescu thinks about our social system; why he is not only hopeful, but also convinced that something good will eventually come out of all negative events and what solution he sees for all humanity.

With this interview, Dr. Georgescu for having the courage as a former insider of the most influential circles in the world to come out to the general public and provide insight behind the scenes of those in power.

Beyond the Brain: Graham Hancock and Rupert Sheldrake explore the mystery of consciousness

Consciousness – we all have it, yet it’s one of the greatest mysteries of science. Exactly what it is, how it works, what it’s for, and what its implications are for our understanding of “reality”, remain matters of speculation, not of fact. In this dialogue, originally recorded for the Beyond the Brain conference series (…) author Graham Hancock and biologist Rupert Sheldrake ( offer some food for thought.

Graham Hancock: Consciousness and the Limits of the Materialist Paradigm

Recorded on November 5th, 2021. A dialogue from Beyond The Brain 2021 – Further Reaches of Consciousness Research, with host David Lorimer, organzied by the Department of Perceptual Studies at the University of Virginia, the Scientific and Medical Network, the Institute of Noetic Sciences, and the Alef Trust.

“All You Need is Love – Jazz” documentary (c1980)

This is a British documentary about the history of jazz: George Shearing, Chick Corea, Hoagy Carmichael, Louis Armstrong, Earl Hines, John Hammond, Milton Berle, Duke Ellington, Jack Teagarden, Count Basie, Paul Whiteman, Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, John Lewis, Milt Jackson, Percy Heath, Connie Kay, Dave Brubeck, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers, Charles Mingus, Jack Walrath, Don Pullen and George Adams.

Lester Young Jammin’ The Blues (1944)

Created under the guidance of jazz impresario and Verve Records founder Norman Granz, this short captures the spontaneity of a jam session and is one of few film records of black jazzers of the day including tenor sax legend Lester Young.

Chasing Trane: The John Coltrane Documentary (2016)


An exploration of the global power and impact of the music of John Coltrane where the passions, experiences and forces that shaped his life and revolutionary sounds are revealed.

Love, Reality, and the Time of Transition has been selected as the #1 film 2011-2012 of the ‘Top 100 Global Development Movies’. The best positive, inspirational, thought-provoking movie of our times.”


Love, Reality, and the Time of Transition

This film sheds light on the nature of love, relationships, the “New Age” movement, reality-creation, quantum physics, objectivity vs. subjectivity and how it all relates to the topics of “conspiracy theories”, psychopathy, and the importance of self-work.

Written, narrated and audio editing by Bernhard Guenther

Visuals and video editing by Humberto Braga

Running Time: 1hr17min – Produced in 2011

Inspiring Links

‘We conclude’ or ‘I believe’?
Rationality declined decades ago

People’s rationality has been declining since the 1980s, and not at all because of the Internet

Is your consciousness inside your brain or is it a transceiver ?

We were voyagers

On Nietzschean historical sense: the happiness to know oneself in a manner not entirely arbitrary and accidental, but grown out of a past

“You think you are alone, and as the years go by, if the stars on your side, you may discover that you are at the center of a vast circle of invisible friends whom you will never get to know, but who love you. And that is an immense reward.”

Jorge Luis Borges (1976)

Professor Rupert Till on the BBC TV Documentary Civilizations

This video is a clip from the BBC TV documentary programme Civilizations, presented by Simon Sharma. It features Professor Rupert Till of the University of Huddersfield discussing acoustics and music in prehistoric painted caves.

Inspiring Books

The Clash of the Two Americas volume 1:

The Unfinished Symphony

The United States today sits upon a precipice and the dream of the Founding Fathers of a new age of reason for all humankind may soon be washed away by the sands of time as just another failed effort to bring humanity into alignment with the force of Natural Law.

Time and again, humanity has been brought closer to this dream of an age of moral reason and cooperation that would define the terms of international law, political-economy, the arts and even science policy. The topic was treated at length in Plato’s Republic, Laws, and Gorgias, just as it was treated by the great Platonist of the Roman Republic, Cicero in his Commonwealth and Laws. It was treated thoroughly by the Platonic Christian St. Augustine of Hippo in his City of God and Free Choice of the Will and it was treated by Augustine’s followers Alcuin (advisor to Charlemagne), Dante Alighieri, Nicholas of Cusa and countless great Renaissance scholars and statesmen.

The idea of a society founded upon the cultivation of the love of higher pleasures of the spirit rather than the feeding of the lower pleasures of the fleshly passions is thus a long standing one which has never been properly resolved and which has been sabotaged relentlessly by historic forces seeking to keep humanity enslaved to beliefs in sense perceptions as serfs chained to a cave wall believing that those shadows cast before their eyes were all the reality that exists.

It is our contention that without an appreciation for this dynamic interplay between sets of paradigms as a driving force in global grand strategy, then it were impossible to achieve any truthful understanding of what made such anomalies of history as the 15th century Italian Renaissance, the 1648 Peace of Westphalia or the 1776 American Revolution possible.

This volume will showcase the international grand design led by Benjamin Franklin that manifested in the establishment of the American republic and trace the next 130 years of world history as the USA was targetted for destruction by oligarchical forces from London and also from within leading up to the assassination of William McKinley in 1901.

Clash of the Two Americas Volume 2:

Open vs Closed Systems Collide

This second volume of The Clash of the Two Americas picks up the tale with a recapitulation of two opposing foreign policy doctrines that clashed to shape the USA’s character going into the young 20th century. Where the McKinley program hinged upon a re-activation of an anti-colonial tradition rooted in George Washington’s 1796 speech on avoiding foreign entanglements and John Quincy Adams’ formulation of the Munroe Doctrine, the opposing Anglo-American school chose to see America’s destiny inextricably linked to the British Empire as co-conquerors of darker skinned races of the world. Where one system is exemplified in the outlook of Colorado Governor William Gilpin, the other was represented by the Anglophile race patriot Alfred Thayer Mahan.

Act 1- 1890-1929

After exploring this clash in some detail, Act one of this present volume reviews the international spread of the American system to China where Dr. Sun Yat-sen explicitly modelled his republican revolution upon the best elements of the American experience with a focus on Abraham Lincoln’s theory of government. We also encounter a group of Russian patriots led by Sergei Witte and Dimitry Mendeleyev whose efforts to apply this system in Russia were overturned by a Wall Street funded color revolution in 1905 and 1917. We Review why the American system failed to take hold in Canada and how Germany was targetted for destruction.

Act 2 -1929-1945

Act two features seven chapters that tackle the return of the American System after 31 years of Anglo-American insanity to Washington D.C. with the surprise victory of Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1932. The tale of FDR’s battles with Wall Street and the British oligarchy is told along with the stories of Ferdinand Pecora who brought JP Morgan to his knees, General Smedley Butler who exposed a coup and more.

Act 3- 1945-1968

Act three tells the story of the sabotage of FDR’s post-war vision, the rise of the Cold War and stories of several valiant battles against the Anglo-American deep state during the 1945-1968 period.

Act 4 – An Intermezzo

Act four serves as an intermezzo of sorts by outlining five chapters that aim to provide insight into the nature of epistemological warfare as a tool of empire. It is only by understanding the battle over the mind both of the individual as well as of group dynamics that such things as MK Ultra, the CIA’s Congress for Cultural Freedom, or the growth of the cult of artificial intelligence in the post-WW2 age can make any sense.

Act 5 – 1968-present

In Act five, you will read five chapters detailing the re-conquest of the United States after the murder of Bobby Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr. in 1968.

Act 6 – The Return of Open System Economics

Act six takes us into our present period of universal history as the world finds itself pulled once again between two opposing paradigms. While the predicates have been modified, the essential character of this schism of unipolar vs multipolar paradigms is the same today as it was in 1963, 1945, 1901, 1865 and 1776.


Enjoy existence, celebrate, be active and always be a giver.
The only real prayer is to be a giver, and so totally
that you never think of getting anything back or holding anything.
Giving is praying. To give is to love.
And those who can give get more and more.


Inspiring Texts

Near Enemy #14: I am my own guru

What are ‘near enemies to the truth’? Borrowing this phrase from Buddhism, I use it to refer to slightly distorted versions of spiritual teachings—statements that are close to a profound and subtle truth, but are distorted just enough to make a big difference over time. When we’re talking about deep and fundamental truths, getting it a little bit wrong doesn’t matter in the short run, but it does in the long run, just like a tiny adjustment to the rudder of your boat makes little difference at first, but after 1000 miles, it lands you on a different continent (…)

The Six Mistakes of Man

By Marcus Tullius Cicero (106 B.C. – 43 B.C.)

  1. The illusion that personal gain is made up of crushing others.

  2. The tendency to worry about things that cannot be changed or corrected.

  3. Insisting that a thing is impossible because we cannot accomplish it.

  4. Refusing to set aside trivial preferences.

  5. Neglecting development and refinement of the mind and not acquiring the habit of reading and study.

  6. Attempting to compel others to believe and live as we do.

Noam Chomsky about Media Manipulation

Noam Chomsky, one of the most important intellectuals alive today, has elaborated the list of the 10 strategies of manipulation through mass media. Take 5 minutes and you won’t regret it, if only to expand your knowledge.

1- The strategy of distraction

The primary element of social control is the strategy of distraction that consists in diverting the public’s attention from important problems and changes decided by political and economic elites, through the flood technique or floods of constant distractions and meaningless information.

Distraction strategy is also indispensable to prevent the public from interested in essential knowledge, in the areas of science, economics, psychology, neurobiology and cybernetics. Keeping the public’s attention deviated from the real social problems, imprisoned by topics of no real importance.

Keeping the public busy, busy, busy, with no time to think, back to the farm like the other animals (quoted in “Silent weapons for peaceful wars”).

2- Create problems and then offer solutions.

This method is also called “problem- reaction- solution”. A problem is created, a “situation” intended to cause a certain reaction from the public, with the aim that this is the mandate of the measures they want to be accepted. For example: letting urban violence be rampant or intensified, or staging bloody attacks, in order that the public is the one demanding security laws and policies at the expense of liberty. Or also: create an economic crisis to make the regression of social rights and the dismantling of public services accepted as a necessary evil.

3- The strategy of graduality.

To get an unacceptable measure accepted, you just need to apply it step by step, with droplets, for consecutive years. This is how radically new socio-economic conditions (neoliberalism) were imposed during the decades of the ’80s and ’90s: Minimum state, privatization, precariousness, flexibility (interim flex jobs, deliveroo etc), mass unemployment, wages that no longer guarantee decent salaries, many changes that would have caused a revolution if they were applied at once.

4- The strategy of deferring.

Another way to get an unpopular decision accepted is to present it as “painful and necessary”, gaining public acceptance, for the time being, for a future application. It is easier to accept a future sacrifice than an immediate sacrifice. First, because the effort isn’t what’s put in immediately. Second, because the audience, the masses, always tend to naively hope that “everything will be better tomorrow” and that the required sacrifice could be avoided. This gives the audience more time to get used to the idea of change and accept it resigned when the time comes.

5- Addressing the audience like children.

Most advertising directed at the general public uses speeches, topics, characters and a particularly childish intonation, often close to weakness, as if the viewer were a creature of few years or a moron men such. The more you try to deceive the viewer, the more you tend to use a childish tone. Why? “If someone refers to a person as if they were 12 years old or younger, then, based on suggestability, they will tend, with some probability, to a response or reaction that is also of a person 12 years old or less.” o” (see “Silent weapons for peaceful wars”).

6- Use the emotional aspect much more than reflection.

Take advantage of emotion is a classic technique to provoke a short circuit on rational analysis and, finally, the individual’s critical sense. In addition, using the emotional register allows you to open the door to the unconscious to implant or inject ideas, desires, fears and fears, compulsions, or induce behaviors.

7- Keeping the audience in ignorance and mediocrity.

Making the public unable to understand the technologies and methods used for their control and slavery.

The quality of education given to the lower social classes must be the poorest and mediocre possible, so that the distance of ignorance that they plan between the lower and the upper classes will remain impossible to fill the lower classes”.

8- Encourage the audience to be complacent with mediocrity.
Pushing the audience into believing it’s trendy to be stupid, vulgar and ignorant…

9- Strengthening self-guilt.

Making the individual believe that he is the only one to blame for his misfortune, because of his insufficient intelligence, ability or effort. Thus, instead of rebelling against the economic system, the individual self devalues and blames himself, which in turn creates a depressive state, one of which effects is the inhibition of his action. And without action there is no revolution!

10- Knowing individuals better than they know themselves.

Over the past 50 years, science’s rapid advances have caused a growing gap between the public’s knowledge and those owned and used by the dominant elites. Thanks to biology, neurobiology, and applied psychology, the “system” has enjoyed an advanced knowledge of the human being, both in its physical and psychological form. The system has managed to know the common individual better than he knows himself. This means that, in most cases, the system exercises greater control and power over individuals, greater than that individual exercises over himself. (you even give all your information willingly to the ‘dominant elites’ via facebook, Instagram, whatsapp, spotify, tiktok, email, paypal, …)

Inspiring Music

Jason Mraz Have It All The Movie 2018

Bobby Mcferrin ”Bach – Prelude BWV 999” aka ”Encore from Tokyo”

The Best of Lester Young | Jazz Music

Inspiring Image
“The invisibility of poverty”, a powerful artwork by street artist Kevin Lee
Humor (?)
The first well-documented PCR test (June 30, 1559)
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