In 2019, my home was attacked and I was subjected to a display of absurdly profound corruption of the judiciary. The full story is described in a recently published e-book at Zielenknijper.com.

I started an investigation into the background of the attack on my home and the cause was traced to my critical position with regard GMO, which would ultimately lead to a philosophical initiative for nature conservation, butterflyGMOdebate.org .

It all started with a national cola TV ad after I had reported about GMO in Coca Cola. Shortly after that TV ad there was a flood of nonsensical negative 0-⭐ reviews for a popular WordPress optimization plugin that was followed by a banning of the plugin after a moderator performed an absurd slander attack to which I had responded decently. Subsequently, Rabobank, a fortune 500 bank with its headquarter in the city Utrecht, the Netherlands invested into my business to sabotage it and that directly (chronologically) preceded the attack on my home in Utrecht.

WordPress plugin ban

The ban in 2016 of a popular WordPress optimization plugin with 20,000 professional users was a true ‘mystery’. The ban followed after I posted a neat written message that I had been treated ‘unkind’ by WordPress moderation, which was the case as is evident in the following comment by a user:

WordPress plugin ban mystery user comment Reflection on the plugin ban by a plugin user

As it appears, such an action was never done before. The preceding ‘disrespectful’ action from a moderator came completely out of the blue.

In 2016, high quality free support was being provided to users of the plugin. This included more comprehensive service by logging in to their website for help, for which users where very thankful.

The WordPress.org support forum displayed a history of high quality free support and users that were very happy with that.

Suddenly, out of the blue and without an apparent reason or motive, a WordPress moderator performed a slander attack.

The moderator replaced a polite signature under support messages with a link to a WordPress anti-spam policy text that stated that “advertising in topics unrelated to your own plugins or themes is not allowed” and he did it with an angry attitude.

The following signature was replaced by a link to an anti-spam policy text.

Best Regards,
Jan Jaap

There was no warning. It was clear instantly that the action was not related to the signature itself, as the moderator ignored the same signature by other users. Almost all users were using a similar signature, which is simply a polite part of communication, and the linked policy text stated that it was allowed to advertise on the forum as a plugin or theme author, so even a small advertisement would have been allowed.

The moderator spent several hours to replace the signature in 100 posts. It was therefore a remarkable action and it made it look as if severe spam had been removed.

Initially my decision was to try to undo the slanderous effect by publishing a polite reply to the moderator stating the fact that a plain signature was removed. That reply was first blocked and later deleted by the moderator and the WordPress account was blocked for 8 days so that I couldn’t respond.

The moderator was aggressive and angry. That didn’t make sense after a long period of providing high quality free support to users.

Nothing wrong with the plugin

In June 2019, Google published a link to a new version of the plugin on their official documentation at https://developers.google.com/web/ and one of the optimization company’s last customers for a paid installation of the plugin is Vice President of Mastercard who said that he knew what happened with regard a saboteur from Hollywood later discussed. That proves that nothing was wrong with the company or with the plugin.

GMO in Coca Cola

Shortly before the WordPress plugin ban mystery I had reported about the fact that Coca Cola attempted to hide that they used GMO in their products, which also led me to the discovery of atrocities performed by the company (the murder of union organizers).

(2022) Stop Killer Coke Campaign The Campaign Stop Killer Coke intends to hold The Coca-Cola Company accountable and to end the gruesome cycle of violence. These atrocities include the systematic intimidation, kidnapping, torture and murder of union leaders and members of their families in efforts to crush their unions. Source: killercoke.org (2022) The Coca-Cola Case (documentary film) Coca-Cola may be one of the most visible brands in the world, but there's one part of their operations they don't want you to see. Source: thecoca-colacase.org (2014) The Coca Cola Killings: How a soft drink corporation murders unionists. Did we mention that Coca Cola has a long and dark history of sending its militias after workers who dare to demand better conditions? The corporation also stands accused of union-busting in Pakistan, Nicaragua and Guatemala to name a few. In Turkey allegations of intimidation, human rights abuses and the beating of union activists abound. In addition, a former Coca Cola business partner claimed the company has illegitimate dealings with Uzbekistan’s authoritarian government. Source: True Activist

The national TV advertisement showed a group of friends with Utrecht characteristics drinking cola and eating pop corn in front of a TV. The sense arose by the ad that there was ‘something’ about the cola, although it appeared to be a normal advertisement (the sense was created because it was such a normal ad).

Brazilian TV ad

In February 2021 there were Brazilian Coca Cola video ads (Google AdSense) on www.e-scooter.co of which I am owner that showed an almost identical TV ad of a Brazilian group of friends, drinking cola and eating pop corn in front of a TV, and then a big spider crawling in the high corner of the room after which the group of people started to scream in fear, after which the ad ended.

It was striking that Coca Cola video advertisements were shown. After all, I am not a user of the product and my IP is known to Google. I do not view websites in Portuguese (Brazilian) language. The video started to play automatically.

Watching TV?

I almost never watched TV and I didn’t own a TV. Coincidentally, a house mate of the house where I lived departed and asked whether I wanted to have his TV. It was a big and modern flat screen TV that I then installed on the wall after which I experienced a period of continuous TV. During this time, I noticed the ‘cola’ TV ad.


Lori Harfenist theresident.net With regard my reporting about GMO in Coca-Cola (and other brands). I had been following a critical reporter from New York, Lori Harfenist (www.theresident.net), who has been an inspiration for me. She reported about GMO in Coca Cola after which I learned that Coca Cola tried to hide it from the public, which caused me (in the form of the critical blog zielenknijper.com) to become interested.

The movie The Resident (2011) with Hilary Swank is potentially inspired by her.

Sabotage by Rabobank

After the cola TV ad, Rabobank, a fortune 500 investment bank with its headquarter in Utrecht, the Netherlands, invested into my business to sabotage it. That directly (chronologically) preceded all of what happened with the attack on my home in Utrecht.

Rabobank is dedicated to food security and GMO and is known as ‘farmers bank’. The bank has adapted the slogan “Growing a better world together” and presents itself as an environmentally friendly bank. In 2017 the bank won the “Green Bond Award”.

It is evident that the Rabobank attempted to sabotage my business. Without providing a reason, the Rabobank investor closed a 6 months old startup company and gave up their € 45,000 Euro investment. There was simply no logical reason to give up their investment. They closed the startup company after 6 months, the originally planned time for R&D, in which my company had delivered an exceptional result, in time.

The project ŵš.com could have been worth a billion USD. It was seriously watched by over 100.000 people. (cutting edge innovation)

The technology promised to provide true instant website speed for mobile and desktop with navigation speeds as fast as less than 1 millisecond (0,001 second), faster than the refresh rate of many gaming displays. On top of that, the technology could provide +90% of real HTML data-transfer saving and it would provide in new features for the internet, such as ‘real-time HTML’.

real time html

Many top engineers would say that what the technology promised to deliver was impossible.

In 2016, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) would provide a technology named Polaris that promised 34% speed improvement for the internet.

(2016) MIT has a way to speed up web browsing by 34 percent Massachusetts Institute of Technology has developed a technology named Polaris that could make mobile and desktop web browsing about 34 percent faster. Source: Engadget

In 2016, the ŵš.com technology would provide a real +1000% speed improvement for mobile and desktop, reliably, for existing websites such as WordPress, and plug & play (5 minute install).

The ŵš.com technology worked far better than expected and technically the project was a big success.

Instead of being happy, the Rabobank investor illogically walked away and gave up their € 45,000 Euro investment, without providing a reason.

There was simply no logical reason to give up their investment.

Shortly after Rabobank walked away without providing a reason, a business partner from Hollywood, USA joined the project who invested a sum on behalf of an investment banker in Massachusetts, USA. Utrecht is known as the film city of the Netherlands, similar to Hollywood.

“Billionaire joke” to waste time on purpose

The business partner from Hollywood took on a role as CEO and agreed to be responsible for the business model. He spent two years to travel around the USA to meet with billionaires while he demanded me and a business partner from London to wait and ultimately delivered no results and simply walked away as if he never cared about the project.

The email address of his film equipment company website was set to ‘info@billionairesclub.com’.

In one of his last emails he shared a link on Forbes.com with the headline that 9 out of 10 startups fail and sought excuse with Rembrandt van Gogh who ‘died poor’ only to become famous later, and inventor Tesla who had a similar fate.

In one of my last emails to him, I communicated the following:


I understand that you are now trying to walk away, leaving behind your investment, while having no argument against me or the technology. You try to make it look as a generous action from your side, but it’s not righteous.

A few months ago you held on firmly to your CEO position when asked friendly, while considering that your functioning as CEO had increasingly become questioned for lack of results and broken promises, if you wanted to leave. Months of waiting followed. New promises were unmet again. Due to little to no communication from your side it has been perceived as “waiting for no reason”.

In essence, a full year of time has been wasted for no apparent reason and there has been no indication that it matters to you.

It is simply not righteous to now walk away as if a 9 out of 10 startup failed

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As can be seen, I maintained a respectful attitude towards the business partner and there was no conflict other than a dispute about his performance.

In the beginning of the business relation, in internal communication with the business partner it was established that I perceived Rabobank to have been the culprit and I was then seriously warned that taking on against a fortune 500 company such as the Rabobank would not be wise, by which I received the impression that they might be involved with Rabobank as well.

It is only logical that with the exposing of the business partner as a saboteur (who invested a sum on behalf of an investment banker in Massachusetts, USA) that the logical (unspoken) conclusion would be in 2018/2019 that Rabobank was behind that malicious business practices as well. They played a 'billionaire' joke on a project to waste time on purpose, then walked away again (leaving their investment behind) 'for no reason'.

Considering the whole situation, it is only logical that the Rabobank, considering its business link with me and its head quarter in Utrecht, at least has had some influence or oversight over what happened with the attack on my home in Utrecht.

Twitter ban

Twitter ban

On August 23, 2020 a Twitter account was created for CSS-ART.COM: @purecssart

The account posted a first tweet and later re-tweeted an artwork and was banned shortly after. The account has been banned since.

Moss ball ban

In February 2021 I posted a message on Houzz.com to request attention for the idea that plants are living creatures for which the concept ‘happiness’ may be applicable.

Later that month, a pet shop in Washington state sounded the alarm on a small mollusk found on a marimo moss ball. Shortly after, the banning of moss balls went viral on YouTube.

Despite the likeliness of a coincidence, still noteworthy to provide attention to moss balls and plant intelligence. The full article is located here.

All's well that ends well?

In a retro perspective, the situation that has played out has been instrumental in drawing attention to actual murder practices by the Coca-Cola company. Perhaps the situation ultimately helped to prevent the murder of people in countries in South America and elsewhere.

In addition, the situation has led to an initiative to promote a critical examination of GMO, which can be of vital importance for nature.

There are parties that have indicated that they hoped there would be an initiative to connect morality with the life sciences. The concept butterflyGMOdebate.org offers, among other things, a philosophical perspective on morality.

Renowned author and professor of history Walter Isaacson, president of the Aspen Institute and CEO of CNN, stated the following in an interview:

It is going to be a life sciences century. People who are able to harness the technologies of the life sciences and connect it to our moral understanding, to our humanities, those will be the people that will dominate the twentyfirst century and I am hoping a grand figure will come along who will represent that.

For the record: I am not interested in 'fame' or attention and I personally would only care for results. I am a business type of person and I am not politically, ideologically or religiously motivated.

A desire for something as 'fame' would be a sort of corruption from my perspective. I would favor 'the best' to win naturally and that doesn't need to be me. The slogan of the brand Mercedes-Benz represents how I originally am: "The best or nothing".

The protection of nature against GMO is something that in hindsight I have been interested to have been involved in. Not to prevent GMO or to say how the world should be, but to make a contribution with theory on behalf of what can be considered 'good'.

With regard the fuzz. Do not forget that the psychiatric establishment has been involved from a position of a fight to survive.

I once replied the following to a philosopher on a philosophy forum who suggested that I was suffering from a messiah syndrome.

When it concerns psychiatry, it appears that they have attempted to divert attention away from them by playing a 'Jesus joke', among other things, and that it ultimately may explain the origin of all the fuzz. In a way, what has been observed, was a fight to survive by a practice that can't stand on its own legs. This is just my 'two cents' with regard what happened.