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2022 – week 9

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 filled pots with beautiful soil & parked them near the furnace to warm them up for eventual seeding & transplanting.

We seeded corn & pumpkins in the pots, two sisters together, growing in harmony.; we “parked” them in one of our many trailers inside the plastic house&covered them, hoping that they germinate when THEIR time is ripe. We often seed veggies while it is still freezing at night since we know that seeds rest&wait. BUT WE DID NOT FIND THE SWEET CORN

We see that even the spinach we seeded end of 2021 is germinating in the glasshouse. Will the lines we seeded in the open tunnels also survive ?

We repaired & strengthened the plastic house roof with recycled planks and screws from broken down pallets & other miscellaneous recycled things – An essential aspect to no-nonsense permaculture is to be open to things having many different potential uses, enabling systemic resilience.

We weeded & cleaned up the glasshouse, preparing it for the spontaneous seeds (mustard & dill & salads & parsley) now germinating.

We weeded closed tunnels 2 & 3 & open tunnels 4 & 5, discovering the promises that spring brings with it’s warm sun & energizing light, waking up possibilities for beans & spinach around the farm.

The war on rats rages on. They have had too many non-winters&were proliferating.

We replaced & strengthened the cement foundation & added an extra metal casing for the sliding door in the plastic house. Collaboration & concentration leads to a job well done. Thank you Antony & Carlos for your beautiful work! Please try to translate our “motto”, lots of fun !

WEI MAKKE CHEIN VAUTE (wij maken geen fouten)
We make no mistakes
Interesting Movies & Documentaries

Now You Are Free

I recently read…

Youth is not a time of life; it is a state of mind; it is not a matter of rosy cheeks, red lips and supple knees; it is a matter of the will, a quality of the imagination, a vigor of the emotions; it is the freshness of the deep springs of life. Years may wrinkle the skin, but to give up enthusiasm wrinkles the soul.” – Samuel Ullman

We all age – it is the normal process of living. But rather than being apprehensive about our aging bodies, let’s celebrate our growing perspective. Rather than worrying about our changing relationships, let’s embrace the opportunity to make new friends with people who share our interests. We must never lose the desire to do the things we truly love, because it is the saying no to life that ages us.

It’s not about aging. It’s about living.

What’s Happening in Ukraine? – Questions For Corbett

You’ve no doubt heard the story of the crisis in Ukraine by now. But, as we’ve been told all our lives, there are two sides to every story. So, which side of the story have you heard?

There’s the MSM/establishment/dinosaur media side of the story. Let’s call it the “Team NATO” narrative. In this version of events, the bloodthirsty insane psychopathic literally Hitler leader of Russia, Vladimir Putin, woke up a few weeks ago and suddenly decided to invade the free, peaceful nation of Ukraine for ABSOLUTELY NO REASON WHATSOEVER!

And then there’s the “alternative” media side of the story. Let’s call it the “Team BRICS” narrative. In this version of the story, the valiant defender of human liberty, Vladimir Putin, is fighting to protect the free peoples of the world from the globalists and their sinister machinations.

As I say, you’ve doubtless heard one or another of these stories by now. Or, if you’re really paying attention, you might have heard both. But I’m here to tell you today that you’ve been lied to your whole life. There aren’t two sides to every story. There are at least three, maybe more.

Now, you know me. Here at The Corbett Report, I like to go deeper than the simplistic, binary narratives you get in the establishment press or in much of the so-called alternative press. So let’s dive deeper today and look at the third side of the Ukraine crisis story.

When his grandfather won’t talk about the war, Bastien is left to his imagination

Souvenir Souvenir tracks the efforts of the French filmmaker Bastien Dubois to learn more about his grandfather’s time as a French soldier in the Algerian War of Independence (1954-62). Sixty years later, that conflict is little-discussed by many of those who fought it, leaving members of younger generations, like Dubois, to speculate about their family’s role in the notoriously brutal war. After Dubois repeated fails in his attempts to dig up his grandfather’s past, his film grows to encompass both his family’s story and the greater moral dilemma of second-hand storytelling. Expressing his struggle with the nature of narrative, Dubois juxtaposes two clashing animation styles – one rich and impressionistic, capturing his experience of making the film, and another cartoonish, depicting the disturbing wartime scenarios he’s built in his imagination. An intricately constructed film with a thoughtful artistic voice at its centre, Dubois’s celebrated autobiographical documentary was awarded Best Animated Short Film at the Sundance Film Festival in 2020.

Director: Bastien Dubois

Producers: Amiel Tenenbaum, Simon Penochet

How to Get Along With Narrative Believers – NARRATIVE SCRIPTS


Carnivale Season 2


Carnivàle is set in the United States during the Great Depression and Dust Bowl. In tracing the lives of two disparate groups of people, its overarching story depicts the battle between good and evil and the struggle between free will and destiny, the storyline mixes Christian theology with Gnosticism and Masonic lore, particularly that of the Knights Templar.

The Hotel New Hampshire


The Hotel New Hampshire is a 1984 comedy-drama film written and directed by Tony Richardson based on John Irving’s 1981 novel of the same name. The film follows the Berry family that weathers all sorts of disasters and keeps going in spite of it all.

Inspiring Links

Ukrainian President Zelenskyy…Yes, Really

Corruption/Monopolies, History & Revisionist History, Money

Before he ran for the presidency, Volodymyr Zelenskyy was a comedian. Here’s a video from 8 years ago that was wiped from YouTube but which was resurrected on BitChute on the Plazma channel (…)

Dojo->(Source Code)

Clif High is back with his take on what’s going on in Ukraine.

At about nine and a half minutes in, he begins talking about Khazaria. Ukraine is located in territory that between 600-900 AD was part of the Khazarian Empire.

Many details about Khazaria remain mysterious and this is so, Clif says, because its denizens were the original identity thieves and its descendants, the Khazarian Mafia have for centuries controlled the world’s empires and banking systems – and most importantly, The Narrative (…)

Inspiring Book

Book Review: Codex Oera Linda: English Edition Translated by Jan Ott

Conspiracy? Our Subverted History – The Oera Linda Book

Conspiracy? Our Subverted History, Part 5.1 – The Oera Linda Book
Conspiracy? Our Subverted History, Part 5.2 – The Oera Linda Book
Conspiracy? Our Subverted History, Part 5.3 – The Oera Linda Book

The Oera Linda book is an ancient manuscript written in Old Frisian and discovered in the 1860s that has inspired great debate about its authenticity.

Who shall govern? How shall we govern ourselves? Why must we be honest and keep our word? How shall we raise our children, and what values are most important to teach them? These are some of the most basic and essential questions that the Oera Linda book explores. Our failure to address and answer these questions, let alone live the answers, is demonstrated in the social and financial failure that marks our current days.

Whatever its history and age, there is a great deal of truth to be found in the pages of the Oera Linda book about what it takes to create a powerful human culture—one that can endure through the centuries. If you are as interested as I am in the legal and cultural law that makes sovereign individuals and successful currencies possible, the Oera Linda book may be of interest to you.


Osho on the paradox of life

I contradict myself and I do that consciously. The truth is so infinite, so great, that no partial explanation can contain it; the contrary must be included directly. The whole will always be contradictory. Only part of it can be consistent. That is so because the opposite is also understood in the whole. The opposite is indeed the case. Philosophers can be consistent because their understanding is only part of the whole. They can be neat and clear. They can afford to be logical. I can’t afford that. If I try to be consistent, everything immediately becomes false. The opposite has to be involved in it, included in it.


The Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore referred to those suffering from this disease of metastasized logic saying: “A mind all logic is like a knife all blade. It makes the hand bleed that uses it.”

Applying “logic” to domains where it does NOT apply is (as the Furry Freak brothers said in the ’60) LIKE PISSING INTO THE WIND. Guaranteed unpleasant results from “expertism”.

Inspiring Texts

By Cynthia Chung

Frank Capra’s Defense of Humanity: Cinema as a Moral Institution

Matthew Ehret

Beautiful article about ennobling anti fascist cinema

Inspiring Music

Duke Ellington – “Love You Madly” by Ralph J. Gleason

Hulda Nystrom’s Songs: The We Are Nature songbook

A pdf of the songbook is available in exchange for your contact info – Let’s connect!

Inspiring Images

Darius Foroux (pronounced as Da-reeus Fo-roo) is the author of 7 books, and the creator of 6 online courses. He writes about productivity, business, and wealth building.

from the video Conspiracy? Our Subverted History, Part 5.1 – The Oera Linda Book

Humor (?)

The art of ridicule is a major super power

Google/YouTube doesn’t want you to see this but somehow it made it onto network TV.

The power of live TV and comedy. Saturday Night Live is a VERY powerful cultural institution – for good and evil. It looks like they’re finally getting it right. Is it a “coincidence” that a Canadian runs the show? It’s short. Share widely.

What’s the use? By Nasreddin

Once, Nasreddin was asked to give a talk. He was a great teacher, and everyone wanted to hear his wise words.

He got up on the stage, and everyone looked at him, waiting to hear what he would say.

Do you know what I’m going to talk about?’ he asked.

The audience cried, ‘No!’

Oh, well in that case, I’ll leave. I have no reason to speak to people who don’t even know what I’m talking about!’

And before they could stop him, he left.

But the people truly wished to hear Nasreddin’s talk, so they invited him back the next day.

This time, he asked the same question, but the audience cried, ‘Yes!’

Oh, well in that case, I’ll leave. I have no reason to speak to people who already know what I’m going to talk about! I won’t waste your time.’

And before they could stop him, he left.

Now the people were really confused. They talked and argued, and finally decided to try one last time. They made a plan, and invited Nasreddin back the next week.

Again, he asked the same question, but this time the audience was prepared. Half of them cried, ‘No!’ and the other half cried, ‘Yes!’

Aha,’ said Nasreddin. ‘Well, in that case, there really is a simple solution. The people who know what I’m going to talk about, tell the other half.’

And with that, he left.

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