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A Bit Stifling by Arnold Jansen op de Haar

When a plane makes its descent over the Netherlands, the landscape is laid out like a painting by Mondrian, neatly divided up into rectangles. From up in the sky you can see that everything is well structured. Down on earth, too, everything feels highly organised; people like to be part of a group. It’s even more Dutch if your group is actually a trust.

Such as:
the Society of Cycling Friends
Save the Ferret
the Society for the Protection of the Sparrow
Brave Mothers Society
Save a Cheese Society
the Echo Society
the Society for Saving Small Caterers
the Young Civil Servants Society

Find out why it’s becoming all a bit too stifling for the author.