A better world by hacking people

do-gooder explains how to make a Kaag

D66 is the right place for science lovers. Technocratic innovation can also simply mean hacking people to create a better world. If you wonder how on earth the VVD can remain the largest party through all the destruction it has caused, here is the answer: not only has the great leader been hacked, so have the voting public.

Europe more united than ever? How can that be? How can a continent that has been bickering through life historically suddenly produce such a beautiful Jehovah’s picture?

In a real democracy/rule of law, the above would result in a very thorough police investigation, because what this man is proposing is a genocide of people. Because ‘hacked’ actually means that you are killing people, and consider that Bill Gates’ patents are just publicly available and he has even indicated that Microsoft wants to use people’s unused brains for cryptomining:


Then you think, what a wonderful world it will be if this kind of do-gooder is given criminal space.

And they already do, in abundance.

Yesterday I wrote about the Maitake mushroom. Mushrooms often have many chemical substances in common with seaweeds and marine plants, in this case the Pyrrole alkaloid that is also frequently found in sea sponges. It suddenly occurred to me that in a real scientific world, things would have looked very different:

In a scientific world, you would have a place somewhere where they would have a huge building entirely dedicated to the sea sponge. Numerous scientists study the medicinal properties there, they are bred and studied in enormous aquariums, there is a whole library of knowledge about sea sponges and their applications since the beginning of time. There is a culinary division, there is an architectural division, applied arts and artists, and all of this is financed by the amazing results and products and medicines that this all produces.

Reality: eh, sea sponge? I think there are a handful of research papers. What are you saying, 9000 species? Yes, but there is no money for that.

You call that a realistic approach. Before people started hacking people to make the ‘better world’ happen, science itself had already been hacked a long time ago: it has to walk on the leash of big money, with all the consequences that entails.

I don’t think I have much need for this ‘better world’; I didn’t used to when the Jehovahs were at the door. But that was a different time, the Jehovas did not yet have a remote control with which they could control your brain. Well, there should have been an ethics committee 30 years ago to keep a close eye on big money-driven science, but our leaders had better things to do, cut back on brainpower, strip education, diminish literature and sell off children to big pharma drugs, for example. They were beautiful years in expensive hotel rooms, so you have something to tell to the hacked grandchildren: what  adventures grandpa had!


Mountains, giants and mushrooms – in this fairytale-like collection, magic whirls and swirls, yet another reality breaks through as well – the whole world turned into The Shining, and the pilgrimage to Szymborska’s grave, a simple stone in Krakow, fails at the last minute; a journey without check marks across sixteen national borders to his daughter, however, succeeds. In its combination of fairy-tale nature, historical background and eerily topical reality, this collection of poems is Benders’ best since he lost count.


You have no time to read this, but that is because you are no longer human. If something of the original person were still alive in you, the old mycelia of childhood, then you would learn a lot from this book, indeed, with its magical knowledge, it might become your most useful possession. A book about the human imagination, and how it managed to get into the iron grip of trans-dimensional cockroaches. Furthermore, there are also magical tips to substantially improve your life and your time acceleration, and M.H.H. Benders also makes light-hearted mincemeat of the entire Dutch literature, what more could you want!

If you don’t want to crawl around mars like a cyber insect under a scrubbed boot – which is on the agenda – then you’d do well to read this book.

The first collected work of Martinus Hendrikus Hogervorst-Benders comprises no fewer than 712 pages and weighs in at least 1.4 kilos in thin print. It is the most ambitious collection written in the last thirty years, and certainly one of the highlights of Dutch literature as a whole, in line with Snoek and van de Woestijne. Anyone with a heart for literature and who wants to read an ambitious book brimming with cast-iron poems instead of yet another typical Dutch-language ‘masterpiece’ will be delighted with the purchase of this brick.

The Microdose Bible is the worlds most comprehensive and complete oversight of mind altering substances, teacher plants and mushrooms. Dutch mycologist and philosopher M.H.H.Benders takes you on a magical journey full of wonder about what teachers nature has to offer. Includes the Psychosupersum, a guide that describes all known mental disorders and offers wisdom for their treatment. 

This book will be published end of 2022.