When forensic psychiatrist Fokke Augustine inherited a farm from his father, he's at home with a burnout. He decides to move to the Groningen countryside with his family. The farm appears to be a marijuana empire and is part of a criminal network. The ethical sense of Fokke is crumbling, especially when he is successful with doubtful activities.
Runtime: 50 minutes
Hollands Hoop - Jaap de Hoop Scheffer - Netflix
Jakob Gijsbert “Jaap” de Hoop Scheffer ([ˈjaːb də ˈɦoːp ˈsxɛfər] ( listen); born 3 April 1948) is a retired Dutch politician and diplomat of the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA). He served as the 11th Secretary General of NATO from 5 January 2004 until 1 August 2009. He previously served as a Member of the House of Representatives from 3 June 1986 until 23 May 2002, and became the Parliamentary leader of the Christian Democratic Appeal in the House of Representatives of the Netherlands and CDA Party leader on 27 March 1997 after Enneüs Heerma stepped down. He resigned his positions as Parliamentary leader and CDA Party leader, after an internal power struggle, between him and then CDA Party Chair Marnix van Rij on 1 October 2001, and was succeed him in both positions by Jan Peter Balkenende who became Prime Minister of the Netherlands after the Dutch general election of 2002, with De Hoop Scheffer becoming Minister of Foreign Affairs in the new Cabinet Balkenende I, and continued serving in the Cabinet Balkenende II. He was an important figure in the Dutch decision to participate in the 2003 invasion of Iraq. He resigned as Minister of Foreign Affairs on 3 December 2003, when he was selected as the next Secretary General of NATO, he served as Secretary General from 5 January 2004 until 1 August 2009. After his term as Secretary General of NATO ended, De Hoop Scheffer became a professor at the Leiden University sitting in the Pieter Kooijmans Chair. He also teaches at Leiden University College.
Hollands Hoop - Honours and awards - Netflix
Knight of the Order of Orange-Nassau (Netherlands, 22 May 2002) Officer of the Order of Orange-Nassau (Netherlands, 12 December 2003) Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Orange-Nassau (Netherlands, 6 July 2009, for his services as Secretary General of NATO) Order of Stara Planina, First Class (Bulgaria, 2009) Grand Order of King Tomislav (Croatia, 5 February 2009, “for outstanding contribution to strengthening the international position of the Republic of Croatia and the promotion of cooperation between NATO and the Republic of Croatia”) Grand Cross of the Order of the Cross of Terra Mariana (Estonia, 6 July 2009) Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic (Italy, 16 February 2009) Grand Officer of the Order of the Three Stars (Latvia, November 2004, for his commitment to a United Europe) Grand Cross of the Order of Vytautas the Great (Lithuania, 26 June 2009) Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland (Poland, 12 March 2009) Grand Cross of the Order of the Star of Romania (Romania, 10 May 2004) Order of the White Double Cross, First Class (Slovakia, 2009) Order for Exceptional Merits (Slovenia, 2009) Honorary Knight Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George (United Kingdom, 10 February 2010, for his services to NATO)
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