De aanwezigheid van Prinses Margriet gistermiddag in Oisterwijk tijdens de onthulling van het standbeeld van Kees Verkade voor de helden in de zorg heeft mij behoorlijk aangegrepen. Hoewel ik Haar nooit persoonlijk heb ontmoet speelt Zij een belangrijke rol in mijn leven. Dat heeft ook te maken met al mijn ervaringen in Apeldoorn.

Na dit te hebben vastgesteld ontving ik de Foco van de Vereniging Docenten Spaans in Nederland (VDSN) in mijn brievenbus. Ik citeer hieruit enkele mededelingen van Voorzitter Danielle Siems: “Volgens de Volkskrant hebben er dit schooljaar 4301 leerlingen examen Spaans gedaan (vmbo/havo/vwo), ruim een kwart meer dan het jaar ervoor. Een mooie groei. Ondanks alle bijzondere omstandigheden hebben 221 leerlingen een 8,5 of hoger gescoord op het Centraal Eindexamen, een hele prestatie. Laten we hopen dat het aantal leerlingen dat Spaans volgt, verder zal toenemen de komende jaren.”

Dat ben ik geheel met Danielle eens. We zullen immers in de nabije toekomst goed gekwalificeerde medewerkers nodig hebben die het Beleidsplan Cervantes handen en voeten gaan geven.

Danielle vervolgt met de mededeling “Heb je al gemerkt dat we niet meer alle berichten van uitgevers, instanties en reisorganisaties doorsturen via de mail? Om een overdaad aan mails te voorkomen, zijn we eind mei begonnen met een nieuwsbrief. Met regelmaat zullen we deze rondsturen met daarin het nieuws omtrent bijeenkomsten, lesmateriaal of tentoonstellingen. Belangrijke mails die vooral datumgevoelig zijn, sturen we natuurlijk wel direct door.”

Ook hier sta ik voor honderd procent achter. Zodra ik nieuwsbrieven ontvang die de uitvoering van het Beleidsplan Cervantes dienstig zijn zal ik daar in mijn dagelijkse berichtgeving op deze website aandacht aan besteden.

Vanuit deze achtergrond memoreer ik aansluitend aan mijn bericht Mijn-verbindende-elementen-d-d-8-september-vanaf-1995 mijn verbindende elementen d.d. 9 september vanaf 1995 tot en met 2012: 1996 Een laatste vraagEerste faxbericht aan de directeur van de Centrale Recherche InformatiedienstBrief onderwegBrief aan de directeur van de Centrale Recherche InformatiedienstUw uitnodiging van 3 september jongstleden 1997 Business PlanTestament 1998 Beau Monde 1999 Heydens werk 2002 Eerste uitgebreide brief aan Prinses Diana 2003 Kelly en Blair 2004 Offerte 2007 Business Class opnieuw begonnen 2008 Barroso, Sarkozy en Medvedev 2009 20090909 Het Licht op Cervantes AirlinesCervantes Airlines   Naar aanleiding van uw presentatie 2010 Valkhofnieuws ontvangen 2011 Den Haag-Purmerend-Soestdijk 2012 Van Heemstede naar Soestdijk

13:00 Ontvangen Prince-Andrew-lunch-summit-Queen-woodland-cabin-Balmoral Prince Andrew has lunch summit with the Queen at woodland cabin in Balmoral and is ‘utterly convinced’ he will brush off rape and sex assault allegations. Prince Andrew is ‘utterly convinced’ that he will brush off allegations of rape and sexual assault, insiders say. He is convinced he could return to public life as soon as the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee next year, it is claimed. Duke of York has apparently told aides the scandal surrounding the bombshell lawsuit will ‘blow over’. Insiders described Andrew’s ‘bullish’ attitude and said he believes there is time to salvage his reputation. Andrew was seen leaving Royal Lodge in Berkshire with his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson on Tuesday for Balmoral.  The duke has not yet responded to lawsuit filed in US by Jeffrey Epstein’s former sex slave Virginia Giuffre. She claims Andrew sexually abused her when she was 17 but he vehemently denies having sex with her. By Rebecca English Royal Editor and Dan Sales For Mailonline Published: 09:58 BST, 9 September 2021 | Updated: 11:41 BST, 9 September 2021 Prince Andrew yesterday bolted back to Balmoral just days before the civil case brought against him by one of Jeffrey Epstein’s victims was due to be heard in court. The Queen’s son was seen arriving at her private 50,000-acre estate in the Scottish Highlands with his ex-wife Sarah, Duchess of York, ahead of Monday’s hearing in New York. Andrew is convinced he will be able to ‘brush off’ the allegations and is said to be ‘bullish’ about his prospects of returning to public life – despite many believing the idea is impossible. He and his ex-wife made the 500-mile journey by car for the second time this summer. They last visited the Queen on Royal Deeside just a month ago. Shortly after arriving yesterday, Andrew joined his mother for lunch at a secluded cabin in a forest around six miles from the castle. The Queen and her son spent around an hour-and-a-half together at the fishing lodge on the banks of the River Dee, before she left. Andrew reportedly darted out from the rear of the property to avoid being spotted and headed into the forest, where he was picked up by his Metropolitain Police royal protection officers. Although sources close to the beleaguered Duke of York said the trip to Balmoral was a long-planned holiday, it has also been suggested that may be trying to avoid representatives for his accuser’s lawyers, who have been trying to serve papers on him at Royal Lodge, his Windsor mansion. Security guards have stopped ‘multiple’ attempts in recent weeks. It comes as a Royal insider told the Mirror he was confident of ‘brushing off’ the allegations. The source insisted: ‘It is clear he (Andrew) has a clear and burning desire to return to work as soon as possible. ‘That may look entirely impossible but if anything he’s become emboldened in recent weeks and remains utterly convinced he will not only be exonerated but will certainly forge a way back to public life. ‘Certainly he has given the incredibly bullish impression that this will all blow over within a short while, rather than become a protracted issue.’


Aansluitend aan mijn bericht ‘Nieuw leiderschap, Het Licht op Cornwall en mijn verbindende elementen d.d. 7 september vanaf 1995‘ ontving ik gisteravond om 19:00 het bericht Prince-William-Kate-Middleton-given-higher-roles-popularity-royal-experts-claim “Kate Middleton’s ‘down-to-earth background’ balances perfectly with Prince William’s ‘experience in The Firm’ as they prepare to ‘lead modern monarchy’, former private secretary claims. Prince William and Kate Middleton, both 39, have been given a ‘higher role’. Andrew Lownie said as the Queen ‘stands back’, others are ‘stepping’ forward. Insider revealed they hope to ‘mix traditional duty with being modern parents’. By Harriet Johnston For Mailonline Published: 17:53 BST, 7 September 2021 | Updated: 17:57 BST, 7 September 2021. Kate Middleton’s ‘down-to-earth background’ balances perfectly with Prince William’s ‘experience in The Firm’ as they prepare to ‘lead modern monarchy’, their former private secretary has claimed. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 38, are currently living in their London home of Kensington Palace as their children Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three, return to school and nursery in the capital. Insiders have now revealed how the the couple’s ‘magic’ comes from their different backgrounds, and said the pair plan to ‘mix the traditional duty with being thoroughly modern parents’. Speaking to People magazine, the Cambridge’s former private secretary Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton said: ‘He has the experience of knowing where the institution sits and seeing it evolve. The Duchess brings this pragmatic awareness of what it’s like to be from a decent, down-to-earth family.’ It comes as royal author Andrew Lownie claimed the couple have been given a ‘higher role’ in the royal family due to their popularity. Meanwhile Jamie said Kate’s hard-working family background offered a perfect balance to Prince William’s future as king. Another source added that they hope to focus on ‘different subjects the family hasn’t always connected with’, with Jamie explaining: ‘If you had scoured the realm you couldn’t have got a better pair, frankly.’  Speaking to the Express, Andrew said the Duke and Duchess are stepping forward as the Queen is ‘standing back.’ He explained: ‘William and Kate, who seem to be very popular, are stepping into the position that Charles and Camilla had. ‘Because they are, I would say almost more popular than Charles and Camilla, they’ve probably been given a higher role.’ It comes after it was revealed the Duke and Duchess are ‘seriously considering’ a move to Windsor. The mooted relocation, which would bring the family closer to the Queen, is the most significant sign yet that the couple are preparing to take on a far more senior role at the heart of the Royal Family. A source said William and Kate have been ‘eyeing up’ accommodation options in the area suitable for bringing up their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. They added that properties under consideration could include Fort Belvedere, a Grade II listed house with tower towards the southern end of Windsor Great Park, where King Edward VIII – the Queen’s uncle – signed his abdication papers in 1936. The fort is owned by the Crown Estate and leased to the Weston family, close friends of the Royals. From the top of the tower, on a clear day, Edward once wrote, you could see the dome of St Paul’s ‘with a spyglass’. But the fort has been dismissed as an option by Palace aides. Moving the family west – wherever they end up – could prove strategic as well as practical, as the monarchy prepares for major changes in the years ahead. At the moment, the Cambridges split their time between their London base at Kensington Palace, where they also have their offices, and their country home of Anmer Hall in Norfolk.” 

Vanuit deze achtergrond memoreer ik mijn verbindende elementen d.d. 8 september vanaf 1995 tot en met 2012: 1997 Report 37 1998 William 1999 Nieuwe oogst 2000 Bevestiging afspraak (1)ANWB 2002 Wellecom in Ellecom 2003 Terugblik op 5 september 2005 2004 Herstart 2005 La identificación total 2006 Een ritje naar Utrecht 2007 Diana’s man 2009 Transavia 2010 Wat is er precies gebeurd met Prinses Diana in de nacht van 14 op 15 juli in Saint Tropez? 2011 Op weg naar de residentie 2012 Nieuwe start Blauw Bloed

08:33 Ontvangen Andrew-bolts-Balmoral-Prince-quits-Windsor-join-mother-Scottish-holiday Andrew bolts for Balmoral: Prince quits Windsor to join his mother on her Scottish holiday. Prince Andrew has left Royal Lodge and gone to Balmoral, reports indicate. He was driven on a 500-mile trip to the Queen’s 50,000-acre Scottish estate. Papers have not yet been served on the duke or his lawyers despite ‘multiple attempts’ at Royal Lodge, Windsor, in the last fortnight. Published: 02:17 BST, 8 September 2021 | Updated: 07:18 BST, 8 September 2021. Prince Andrew has made a dash for Balmoral. The Duke of York, 61, was seen with his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson yesterday leaving Royal Lodge, before the pair took a 500-mile trip to the Queen’s 50,000-acre Scottish estate, where she is staying while on holiday, The Sun reports. 

In de sexuele problematiek van Prins Andrew ben ik niet geïnteresseerd. First things first! 16:15 Vandaag ben ik op de eerste plaats geïnteresseerd in Prinses Margriet. Dankzij Haar aanwezigheid in Oisterwijk.

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