Aansluitend aan mijn bericht VREDE IN HET MIDDEN OOSTEN, MIJN DOCUMENTEN D.D. 26 MEI VANAF 1992, HEIMWEE NAAR MORGEN EN START VAN DE VUELTA 2022 IN NEDERLAND ben ik weer gaan lezen in het verhaal over Isabella Griffioen in het huis van haar grootvader aan het Rapenburg in Leiden
Na het zien van deze foto van het huis op het adres Schupstoel 1 in Zutphen realiseerde ik mij dat hier in 1979 het kantoor was gevestigd van David Bloch. Hij runde toen samen met Paul Karis uit Veenendaal het Institute of English Studies. Paul heeft mij in die tijd aan David voorgesteld tijdens een bijeenkomst van het IES in de Hanzehof. Het was de geboorte van het Frans-Spaans Instituut en dientengevolge ook van het Instituto Cervantes dat daaruit is voortgekomen. De zomermaanden die na deze kennismaking volgden zijn niet meer uit mijn geheugen te wissen. Om cursisten Frans, Spaans en Engels te werven hadden wij een huis-aan-huisstrooifolderactie opgezet waardoor ik verantwoordelijk werd voor 750 cursisten binnen een straal van 120 kilometer rondom Wijchen. De samenwerking met Paul Karis en David Bloch verliep buitengewoon plezierig. Reden om deze keer eens stil te staan bij mijn verbindende elementen waarin David Bloch is vermeld: Ontspanningsoefening – De touwtjes aan elkaar – Reunion & Change Management – De Heeren van Nijmegen – Retour Nijmegen-Zutphen – Van zwaarwichtig belang – Rondom Paleis Huis de Voorst te Eefde. Het kan bijna niet anders dan dat hij familie is van de in Deadline 28 mei 2010 genoemde Joan de Zwart-Bloch. Sinds 1 april 2008 burgemeester van Blaricum en voordien vanaf 1990 bestuurslid en fractievertegenwoordiger van de afdeling Zutphen/Warnsveld van D66. Dat verklaart een hoop.
Vanuit deze achtergrond memoreer ik mijn verbindende elementen d.d. 27 mei vanaf 1992 tot en met 2012: 1992 Wereldtentoonstelling 1992 1995 Uw kenmerk Corr.nr. 25108 1996 Wijzigingsformulieren 1997 Speech of Hillary Clinton in Amsterdam and letter to the Dutch Ministry of Justice – Uw kenmerk NM 964/275 1998 Dodenherdenking
Brief ‘Kroon op het werk’ van de Staatssecretaris van Sociale Zaken en Werkgelegenheid mr. P.H.G. de Grave
2006 20060527 Het Parool De Verloofde van Diana
Ik citeer Het Parool: “De verloofde van Diana HENK SCHUTTEN John L. van der Heyden begon in 1992 een taleninstituut voor mense die Spaans willen leren. Vier jaar later nodigde hij de kroonprinsen van Nederland, België, Luxemburg en Spanje uit om tot het bestuur van zijn Instituto Cervantes toe te treden. Tijdens een bezoek aan Canterbury Cathedral vernam hij dat ook de Britse prinses Diana in zijn project geïnteresseerd was. Diana viel al snel voor de charmes van de succesvolle Nederlandse zakenman. Op 25 december 1996 verloofden de twee zich in Het Stadhouderlijk Hof in Leeuwarden. Hoe de romance zich ontwikkelde, beschrijft Van der Heyden in zijn boek ‘Letters to Diana, Princess of Wales’. Het eindigt met de ontvoering van Diana in Parijs, precies vier weken voordat hij met haar in het huwelijk zal treden in Nederland. De zakenman houdt Mohamed al-Fayed, de vader van playboy Dodi die samen met Diana om het leven kwam, verantwoordelijk voor haar dood. Dat Van der Heyden, die tegenwoordig resideert op Torremolinos. Als geslaagd zakenman al snel een doelwit werd van de georganiseerde misdaad, zal niemand verbazen. Dankzij zijn koelbloedige optreden konden aan het begin van de jaren negentig tal van criminele organisaties worden opgerold. Maar, zo mag hij graag onderstrepen, ‘zonder de ondersteuning van Politie, Justitie en Volksgezondheid zou ik het niet hebben gered’. Omdat justitie met zijn hulp voor 733 miljoen aan drugs in beslag kon nemen, maakt Van der Heyden sindsdien ‘op grond van de in het rapport Inzake Opsporing van de Commissie Van Traa vermelde criteria’ aanspraak op tien procent van dtt bedrag. Het bedrag zal worden aangewend ten behoeve van zijn Stichting Cervantes Benelux, die ‘alle bonafide Nederlandstalige hispanisten’ voor onbepaalde tijd aan het werk wil helpen.
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Ontvangen van Daily Mail 09:23 Prince William Kate Middleton pop chippy A special place in their hearts! Kate Middleton and Prince William stop off for a fish and chip supper at takeaway where they were regulars as students at St Andrews. Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stopped for fish and chips in Scotland. William and Kate stopped off at Anstruther Fish Bar, in Anstruther. The couple used to be ‘regulars’ at the bar when they were St Andrews students. By Stephanie Linning For Mailonline Published: 08:06 BST, 27 May 2021 | Updated: 08:22 BST, 27 May 2021
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stopped off at their favourite chippy for a takeaway fish supper after a busy day of royal engagements yesterday. William, 38, and Kate, 39, popped into the award-winning Anstruther Fish Bar, in Anstruther, some 20 miles east of Fife, which they used to visit ‘regularly’ while students at St Andrews University 20 years ago. The couple took the fish and chips wrapped in paper to eat on a bench on the pier before returning for an ice cream. Kate told the chip shop owner it was a ‘trip down memory lane’. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stopped in Anstruther, a 15 minute drive from St Andrews, after finishing up their final scheduled engagement in the nearby coastal village of Pittenweem where they had met fishermen and their families. Earlier the couple had raced land yachts down a St Andrews beach and returned to the university where they met as freshers 20 years ago. A post on the Anstruther Fish Bar Facebook page read: ‘We can hardly believe it’s almost 20 years since we last had the honour of frying up some Scottish haddock and chips for, our then regular customers, Prince William and Catherine Middleton, while they were students at St Andrews University. ‘Fast-forward to this afternoon and you can imagine our excitement when we had the privilege of welcoming back the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (or, to give them their official Scottish titles … The Earl and Countess of Strathearn) to Anstruther Fish Bar. ‘Their Royal Highnesses have been in the East Neuk of Fife today and surprised us by ending their visit with a takeaway fish supper, which the Duchess told us, was a lovely “trip down memory lane”. ‘They enjoyed the whole takeaway experience, as most visitors to Anstruther do, sitting on a bench by the harbour, while no doubt keeping a watchful eye out for the local, hungry seagulls! ‘Before heading back to their waiting helicopter, they popped in for some ice cream and to chat with some of our thrilled staff. ‘The Duke thanked us for the fish and chips and made a point on telling Andrew that they were just as good, if not better than he remembered from his student days.’ Later the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hosted NHS Charities Together and NHS staff for a unique drive-in cinema to watch a special screening of Disney’s Cruella at the Palace – where they are staying – on the penultimate day of their week-long visit to Scotland. Before the screening, Kate delivered a short speech in which she paid tribute to NHS staff across Scotland and thanked them for their dedication, commitment and personal sacrifice. She said: ‘As Joint Patrons of NHS Charites Together, William and I are absolutely delighted that so many of you could join us here tonight. We wanted to thank you for the extraordinary dedication, commitment and personal sacrifice you have shown in supporting our communities through this pandemic. ‘It is a real privilege to work with NHS Charities Together. For the last 13 years it has worked tirelessly to improve services for patients and support NHS staff and volunteers, both practically and emotionally. Today, this work has never been more important. ‘So, with an enormous thank you to Her Majesty The Queen for allowing us to host the first-ever drive-in film night here at Holyrood. And with a huge thank you to Disney and BAFTA, for putting on this evening, and to the fabulous actress Tipper for joining us here tonight, William and I invite you to grab your popcorn, cuddle up under your blankets and be transported to 1970s Britain for an evening of much-deserved fun, drama, glamour and escapism!’ Disney is giving Cruella de Vil the live-action treatment with its anticipated new film Cruella, starring Emma Stone as the sinister protagonist, Tipper Seifert-Cleveland as ‘young Cruella’ and Emma Thompson as Baroness von Hellman. Earlier the couple paid a visit to St Andrews, where they met at university 20 years ago, and spoke to students about their pandemic experiences. They also visited St Salvator’s, the halls of residence they both shared. The couple became friends in their first year before romance blossomed after William saw ‘hot’ Kate strut down a charity fashion show catwalk in a sheer dress. They graduated in 2005 and William proposed five years later. William and Kate, who share Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three, and celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary this year, were in excellent spirits as they took a trip down memory lane before continuing to Fife where they met local fishermen and their families.
11:30 Kate Middleton Prince William royally charm Emma Stone Emma Thompson ‘We should have had you stopped!’ Prince William cracks a joke with Emma Stone after she recalls driving a motorcycle outside BuckinghamPalace during video call with Kate Middleton and Cruella co-star Emma Thompson. Prince William and Kate joined Emma Thompson and Emma Stone for a video call. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are enjoying a tour of Scotland this week. Chatted with the actors ahead of a drive-in screening of the film for NHS staff By Jessica Green For Mailonline Published: 10:19 BST, 27 May 2021 | Updated: 10:22 BST, 27 May 2021
Kate Middleton and Prince William joined Emma Thompson and Emma Stone, the stars of Disney’s new film Cruella, for a laughter-filled video call on Monday. The Duke, 38, and Duchess of Cambridge, 39, who are enjoying a tour of Scotland this week, chatted with the leading actors ahead of a drive-in screening of the film for NHS staff on Wednesday. ‘Nice to see you, darling,’ Thompson, 62, told Prince William as they started the call, with the actress having known the royal since he was young, thanks to her friendship with his father Prince Charles. The call saw Stone, 32, mention shooting a scene outside BuckinghamPalace, recalling: ‘I was riding a motorcycle around The Mall.’ ‘We should have had you stopped, Emma, it’s very dangerous,’ replied Prince William, jokingly. The royal couple thanked the celebrities for letting them share Cruella with NHS workers at the Palace of Holyrood. two days before the film’s premiere date. Kate also asked the stars about their experience on set, and Thompson discussed the costumes designed for the film. She joked that she often thought the 1970s outfits had once belonged to her as they were that familiar. ‘I kept looking at all the frocks and thinking, “I think that’s mine. I’m sure I’ve worn that,”‘ she said, adding: ‘You won’t remember because you’re all too young.’ In another section, Prince William spoke about being ‘propositioned’ by nursing home resident Betty McGee, 96, during an engagement earlier in the week. I got propositioned by a 96-year-old lady called Betty yesterday who wanted to kiss me,’ he said. ‘She’s in a care home with her daughter and I said, “Betty, if I do that, I’m going to get slapped on the back of the head for being inappropriate, social distancing”. ‘She said, “I’ll have you afterwards then!” She was a right character.’ Laughing, Kate added: ‘This is what happens when I’m not around.’ The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hosted NHS Charities Together and NHS staff for a unique drive-in cinema to watch a special screening of Disney’s Cruella at the Palace – where they are staying – on the penultimate day of their week-long visit to Scotland. Before the screening, Kate delivered a short speech in which she paid tribute to NHS staff across Scotland and thanked them for their dedication, commitment and personal sacrifice. She said: ‘As Joint Patrons of NHS Charites Together, William and I are absolutely delighted that so many of you could join us here tonight. We wanted to thank you for the extraordinary dedication, commitment and personal sacrifice you have shown in supporting our communities through this pandemic. ‘It is a real privilege to work with NHS Charities Together. For the last 13 years it has worked tirelessly to improve services for patients and support NHS staff and volunteers, both practically and emotionally. Today, this work has never been more important. ‘So, with an enormous thank you to Her Majesty The Queen for allowing us to host the first-ever drive-in film night here at Holyrood. And with a huge thank you to Disney and BAFTA, for putting on this evening, and to the fabulous actress Tipper for joining us here tonight, William and I invite you to grab your popcorn, cuddle up under your blankets and be transported to 1970s Britain for an evening of much-deserved fun, drama, glamour and escapism!’ Disney is giving Cruella de Vil the live-action treatment with its anticipated new film Cruella, starring Emma Stone as the sinister protagonist, Tipper Seifert-Cleveland as ‘young Cruella’ and Emma Thompson as Baroness von Hellman.
14:05 Prince Philip left cash three closest aides Philip is thought to have rewarded his private secretary Archie Miller-Bakewell. Two pages William Henderson and Stephen Niedojadlo are also said to be in will. Trio were among group of six aides who walked behind royals at Philip’s funeral. Source: Money to grandchildren would have been ‘sorted out quite a while ago’ By Mark Duell for MailOnline Published: 11:46 BST, 27 May 2021 | Updated: 12:40 BST, 27 May 2021
Prince Philip left financial gifts to three senior aides in his estimated £30million will before his death aged 99 six weeks ago, a royal source claimed today. The Duke of Edinburgh is thought to have rewarded his private secretary Brigadier Archie Miller-Bakewell and pages William Henderson and Stephen Niedojadlo. The trio were among a group of six aides who walked behind senior Royal Family members and Philip’s coffin for his funeral procession at Windsor Castle on April 17. But none of the men could attend the service itself inside St George’s Chapel because national Covid-19 restrictions limited the number of mourners to 30. Most of Philip’s estate is thought to have gone to the Queen – while money to his grandchildren would have been ‘sorted out quite a while ago’, it was reported. It means Prince Harry could be set to receive some cash despite launching a series of fierce attacks on the Royal Family in his ‘truth bomb’ interviews in recent months. A source close to Buckingham Palace told the Sun: ‘Unlike some other royals, Prince Philip will be generous to the three men who looked after him. ‘These include his private secretary Brigadier Archie Miller Bakewell, his page William Henderson and Stephen Niedojadlo.’ They added: ‘Philip was not the sort of character to punish a grandson [Harry] for misbehaving. He was a very fair, even-handed and lovely man. Never held a grudge.’ The source also said that Philip’s children – Charles, Anne, Edward and Andrew – were told they can ‘take what they want’ from his library of 13,000 books at the palace. Brigadier Miller-Bakewell headed a small team of loyal staff that followed Philip’s coffin last month, in recognition of his years of devotion. The Duke’s private secretary was one of six non-royals to play a role in the funeral – alongside Philip’s Metropolitan Police Protection Officer, two valets and two pages. The two pages cared for Philip right up until his death on April 9. Mr Henderson and Mr Niedojadlo took it in turns to spend a week with him at Wood Farm on the Sandringham estate in Norfolk. Philip had been living full-time at Wood Farm, a simply-furnished, five-bedroom cottage, for almost three years before he moved to Windsor Castle at the start of the pandemic. And the pair were drafted in to help look after the Queen when other staff were forced to self-isolate. In October last year, Mr Niedojadlo’s services were recognised by the Queen when he was awarded the Royal Victorian Order (RVO). Mr Henderson is said to have started as a cleaner when he joined the Duke’s service in the 1980s and worked his way up to become one of his closest aides. The Queen awarded him the RVO in 2011. Also this week, a former lady-in-waiting to the Queen Mother said Philip was a ‘heaven-sent consort’ for the Queen. Lady Prudence Penn told of Philip’s support for his wife in Tatler, saying he would boost her ego by telling her how lovely she looked on their way to engagements. Lady Penn said: ‘I loved the way he would boost the Queen’s ego by telling her how lovely she looked on their way to an engagement. ‘He knew how to bring the best out of a woman, and I am sure his advice and encouragement to her were paramount in their relationship. To my mind, the Duke of Edinburgh was a heaven-sent consort for Her Majesty in every way.’ Harry and Oprah Winfrey will reunite again in a programme tomorrow as they revisit their Apple TV+ documentary about mental health with a virtual follow-up chat. The Duke will speak to Oprah and other celebrities involved in the series including actress Glenn Close as they speak in ‘The Me You Can’t See: A Path Forward’. The initial documentary saw Harry speak about the trauma of his mother Princess Diana’s death, his concern for wife Meghan Markle and the reaction by other royals. The Duke accused the Royal Family of racism during an interview with Oprah in March and suggested the Queen and Philip had failed as parents in a podcast chat. The Duke’s future relationship with Charles, brother Prince William and the rest of the Windsors has been brought into question following his repeated criticism of them.
15:12 Prince Charles and Camilla visit Clapham Old Town celebrate non essential shops opening Looking for a new heir-do? Prince of Wales and Camilla visit a barbers in Clapham before heading for a pint as they celebrate non-essential shops re-opening. Prince Charles, 72, and Camilla, 73, have visited Clapham Old Town today. Visit is to mark non-essential shops re-opening following easing of restrictions. Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall toured the south London high street. By Jessica Green For Mailonline Published: 13:55 BST, 27 May 2021 | Updated: 14:01 BST, 27 May 2021
Prince Charles and Camilla have visited Clapham Old Town today to celebrate non-essential shops re-opening following the easing of coronavirus restrictions. The Prince of Wales, 72, and the Duchess of Cornwall, 73, toured the south London high street to mark the retail sector finally resuming business after Britain’s lockdowns. From stepping into a barbers shop to sipping a pint, Charles appeared in good spirits as he enjoyed a jam-packed morning – which also included a trip to the Michelin-starred restaurant, Trinity, run by chef Adam Byatt. Charles and Camilla’s trip comes nearly a week after Prince Harry accused his father of making him ‘suffer’ as a child in his new AppleTV+ five-part show The Me You Can’t See. In candid interviews with Oprah Winfrey, the Duke of Sussex dropped another nuclear ‘truth bomb’ on the Royal Family accusing them of ‘total silence’ and ‘neglect’ when Meghan was suicidal, and insisting he would not be ‘bullied into silence’ when he alleged ‘The Firm’ ‘trapped’, smeared and dumped them. But it was business as usual today for Charles and Camilla; visiting a restaurant, pub, barbers shop and even firefighters when touring the high street. Charles was all smiles as he chatted with the public this morning – even bursting out laughing after pulling a pint at the Prince of Wales pub and trying to drink it under his mask. It comes after the prince is said to be ‘deeply hurt’ by his youngest son’s latest accusations – but he showed no sign of strain while charming the locals alongside his wife. Dressing to impress, the royal put his best fashion foot forward in a navy pinstriped suit, while Camilla sported a floral dress. It’s been a difficult few weeks for the royals. Lord Dyson ’s damning report into how Martin Bashir secured his 1995 BBC Panorama with Princess Diana found the shamed journalist hoodwinked her with an elaborate fiction that painted some of those closest to her as traitors. He commissioned fake bank statements to secure his interview, but covered up his ‘deceitful behaviour’ in a ‘shocking blot’ on the BBC’s near 100-year history. The Duke of Cambridge said Bashir’s deceit hastened his parents’ divorce, ‘hurt countless others’ and fuelled the ‘paranoia and isolation’ of his mother’s final years, while Prince Harry – who is based in California – also responded saying his mother ‘lost her life because of this’. On Friday Harry launched another attack on The Firm in his latest interview with Oprah, arguing he and wife Meghan felt ‘trapped’ with ‘no option to leave’. ‘I thought my family would help, but every single ask, request, warning, whatever it is, just got met with total silence, total neglect,’ he told the chat show host. ‘We spent four years trying to make it work. We did everything that we possibly could to stay there and carry on doing the role and doing the job. But Meghan was struggling.’ He added: ‘That feeling of being trapped within the family, there was no option to leave. Eventually when I made that decision for my family, I was still told, “You can’t do this”, And it’s like, “Well how bad does it have to get until I am allowed to do this?”. She [Meghan] was going to end her life. It shouldn’t have to get to that.’ Royal biographer Phil Dampier said Harry’s trip to unveil a statue of Princess Diana with his brother William on July 1 will now be in ‘grave doubt’, especially after the Duke of Sussex said London is a ‘trigger’ for his anxiety. And royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said there is now ‘clearly a huge gulf between the Royal Family and the Sussexes’, while Harry’s biographer Angela Levin called his appearance ‘phoney and embarrassing’.
18:11 D66-leden kritisch over nieuw leiderschap van Kaag Den Haag – In de achterban van D66 is felle kritiek ontstaan op het leiderschap van Sigrid Kaag. In een manifest dringen leden van de partij aan op een ’concrete invulling’ van het ’Nieuwe Leiderschap’ dat Kaag haar kiezers beloofde. Dat lijkt mij niet zo’n groot probleem. Sigrid beschikt immers over mijn beleidsplan.
Echte leiders dienen eerst intern orde op zaken te stellen voordat zij verdere stappen tot integratie kunnen zetten.