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Thursday, 29 May 2014

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Erik Ribsskog

Bevara Marines Musikkår – Save the Swedish Navy Band

Erik Ribsskog Thu, May 29, 2014 at 8:32 PM
To: Bevara Marinens Musikkår
Hei,

jeg vet ikke hvorfor jeg fikk denne e-posten.

Men en tidligere klassekamerat av meg, ved navn Tim Jonassen, fra Hyggen, han har hytte, i Iddefjorden, på svensk side:

https://www.facebook.com/TimsStugaSweden
Og Tim er en jovial kar.

Så der kan dere sikker få ha instrumentene deres.

Og Tim har ofte hytteturer, hvor han inviterer mange av sine kolleger/bekjente.
(Jeg ble selv bedt med på en av disse hytteturene, rundt årtusenskifet.

Selv om jeg var litt skeptisk, til å dra på hyttetur.
For jeg trodde at det var langt inne i Sverige).

Og da kan dere sikkert få lov å spille, for Tim og vennene hans, når de er der, for å feriere, osv.

Bare et forslag!

Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog


2014-05-29 19:17 GMT+01:00 Bevara Marinens Musikkår <info@bevarammk.se>:
Problem att visa mailet? Se det i webbläsaren.


Scroll down for English version


Marinens Musikkårs vänner skickar här ut en lägesrapport från Peter Stolpestad, ordförande i Försvarsförbundet lokalförening 50.
Det finns fortfarande tid att påverka.
Gör det!

Fortfarande finns tid att påverka!

Bäste stödjare för Marinens Musikkårs överlevnad! Här följer en kort lägesrapport. 
Igår den 28 maj tog Överbefälhavaren ett inriktningsbeslut att lägga ner Marinens Musikkår. Detta var för oss inte alls oväntat men det är klart att det känns lite speciellt när vår högsta ledning nu har bestämt sig. Trots allt finns nu alla möjligheter för våra förtroendevalda att hitta en långsiktig lösning för musikkåren, en gång för alla.
Redan i oktober förra året pekades Marinens Musikkår ut av Högkvarteret som föremål för nedläggning. I samband med det drog en enorm mediastorm igång. "Bevara Marinens Musikkår" blev det som opinionsbildare och skattebetalare från hela Sverige med hög röst sa, skrev, bloggade, twittrade och spred.
Med hjälp av alla goda krafters engagemang känner musikkåren ett enormt starkt stöd inte bara från Sverige utan från alla världens hörn. Musikkåren berör många och det är tydligt att en stor del av de som reagerat menar att den lilla försvarsmusikorganisation vi har inte kan reduceras överhuvudtaget.
Från oktober 2013 till dagens datum har musikkåren med hjälp av sitt fackförbund och med hjälp av vänföreningen mobiliserat alla krafter för att ifrågasätta förslaget men även för att hålla liv i frågan eftersom beslutet om musikkårens framtid har dragit ut på tiden. Politiker i regeringen, ledamöter i försvars- och kulturutskottet, akademier, dirigenter, tonsättare, artister, musiker, talespersoner för försvarsledningen samt fackförbund med koppling till försvarsmusiken har alla träffat företrädare för Marinens Musikkår.

Nu är det upp till bevis.
Politiker i försvars- och kulturdepartementet har nu frågan på sitt bord. Politikerna i försvars- och kulturutskottet kan i allra högsta grad påverka. Du som läser detta kan påverka dina politiker i riksdagen genom att förklara att musikkåren måste få föra vidare det militärmusikaliska kulturarvet.
Tack för ditt stöd och tack för att du fortsätter att hjälpa oss med att sprida www.bevarammk.se vidare till dina vänner som ännu ej skrivit på listan.
Tillsammans ska vi lyckas bevara Marinens Musikkår.
Karlskrona 2014-05-29
Med vänliga hälsningar
Peter Stolpestad
Ordförande Försvarsförbundet avdelning 50
 




In English

The Navy Band Friends here sends out a progress report from Peter Stolpestad, chairman of the local union. 
There is still time for influence. 
Do it!

Still time to make a difference!

Dear supporter of the Swedish Navy Band. Here is a brief progress report.
On the 28th of May, The Swedish Commander-in-Chief made a strategic decision to close down the Swedish Navy Band. This was not unexpected but is unfortunately the reality as of yesterday. Nevertheless, there is now every opportunity for our elected officials to find a long term solution for the band, once and for all.
Already in October 2013, The Navy Band was singled out by the Headquarters. The proposal to fold the Band stirred up a huge media storm. Opinion formers, taxpayers, bloggers, tweeters and more, voiced a strong dislike in every possible way.
The Swedish Navy Band is very grateful and strengthened by support, not only from all over Sweden, but all corners of the world. The band is a big influence in many peoples lifes and it is hard to justify cutting costs at all in the already slimmed down organization.
Starting the day the sad news reached us, the union and the friends of the band have been working tirelessly with questioning the decision. Also to keep everything up todate as the final stages of the process were delayed. Frequent meetings with politicians in government, members of the defense and cultural affairs committee, academies, conductors, composers, artists, musicians, spokespersons for the defense management and unions related to musicians in the armed forces took place.
Now it is time to step up to the plate.
It is time for the politicians in the offices of cultural affairs and defence to make a difference in the matter. They have the power and an obligation to do so. Make sure you contact your represantative to share the importance of the musical heritage of military bands in Sweden.
Thank you for your support and please tell your friends to sign our petition to save the Swedish Navy Band at www.bevarammk.se.
Together we will save the Royal Swedish Navy Band.

Karlskrona 2014-05-29
SincerelyPeter Stolpestad
Chairman, local union






Du får detta mail eftersom du har skrivit på uppropet om att bevara Marinens Musikkår
Klicka här för att inte få fler mail.

Jeg fikk en e-post, om at de skal legge ned den svenske marinen sitt musikk-korps. Kanskje noen i Norge kan kjøpe opp dette korpset, tenkte jeg. Hm

ta over korpset

Fler mobilvideoer fra Liverpool


Noen mener at jeg har skrevet under nicket Vegard Beider, på Universitas.no. Men det har jeg ikke gjort, dessverre. Jeg brukte Vegar Beider som 'ordentlig navn', på irc, en stund, men det var fordi at en annen irc-er brukte det navnet, husker jeg. (Og det navnet er jo en vits, som betyr vei-arbeider. Så det blir jo som å skrive Private Parts, som navn, på irc. Det blir en morsom fleip, sånn at andre får noe å le av, hvis de prøver å finne ut, hvem som chatter. Det var vel omtrent ingen på irc, som faktisk irc-et under ekte navn, tror jeg. Dette ble det vel advart mot, i aviser osv., grunnet personvernet. (Dette var rundt årtusenskiftet, før Facebook kom, for eksempel.). Så bedre å ha et morsomt tulle-navn der da, (enn ikke noe kanskje), tenkte vel jeg. I tilfelle dette egentlig er noe 'irc-mobbing', eller noe lignende)

vegard beider

http://universitas.no/nyhet/59528/-tilliten-til-ottersen-er-svekket

PS.

Jeg har et tracking cookie-program, som heter StatCounter, på bloggen, og der kan jeg se hvilke nettsteder, som sender trafikk, til johncons-blogg:

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Jeg sendte en e-post til Linskills

Erik Ribsskog

New update/Fwd: Update about Aintree Jobcentre/Fwd: Update/Fwd: Update about alias/Fwd: Update/Fwd: To Personal Advisor Sarah at Aintree Jobcentre

Erik Ribsskog Thu, May 29, 2014 at 3:00 PM
To: Colin Simber
Cc: Henrik Wedell-Wedellsborg , "emb.london" , HRW UK , amnestyis , Politikk Høyre , Phso Enquiries , post , Akademikerforbundet , LHT Customer Service , Pia Ribsskog , Bjørn Ribsskog , she , "hv-02.kontakt" , "anne-kathrine.skodvin" , post , "EUteam@amnesty.org" , "SCT@amnesty.org.uk" , hofmarskallatet@kongehuset.dk, Liverpool Direct , Vernepliktsverkets kontaktsenter ved Wenche Molstad , post@slottet.no, Runcorn Office , Info , Benefits Service , "steve.rotheram.mp" , LO Postkasse LO , rcjchancery.judgeslisting@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk, CONTACT-US , Contact-Us , "sande.vgs" , "president@ansa.no"
Hi,

sorry I'm sending many e-mails.

It's the first time I've been in court.

And I don't like to be the victim of murder of justice, (so to speak).

But I read on Wikipedia now, that Aintree is in Sefton.

So it's not my local jobcentre.

(Even if they called it Walton Vale Jobcentre in court).

But that jobcentre isn't even in Liverpool.

I live in Walton, which is in Liverpool constituancy.

And not in Sefton constituancy.

So it was a bit strange perhaps, that Everton Jobcentre sent me to
Aintree Jobcentre, in 2012.

Since Everton is also in Liverpool constituancy.

But Aintree isn't.

And Walton Jobcentre, (in Liverpool constituancy), was closed sometime
between 2005 and 2012.

(I'm not sure exactly when, because I only went there once, in 2005 or
2006, about something to do with my national insurance number, I think
it was.

But I also had to go to Warrington Jobcentre, to get that Nationald
Insurance Number.

For some reason).

So, since they've closed the local jobcentre in Walton, then it's a
bit long to walk for me, sometimes, to the jobcentre, (they also ban
me, for different 'funny' reasons).

And when I moved to Walton again, in 2012, I was surprised, when I
found out, that the local jobcentre was closed.

I had thought I would just go to the Jobcentre which used to be in
Church Road/Alsop, I think it was.

But instead I had to go for half an hour.

First about twenty minutes, to Everton Jobcentre.

And then the next day, I had to walk for around half an hour, to
Aintree Jobcenter.

(Since I used the few money I had, for inexpensive furniture.

When I moved in here, in Keith Court, in 2012).

Just something I thought about.

Regards,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, May 29, 2014 at 1:38 PM
Subject: Update about Aintree Jobcentre/Fwd: Update/Fwd: Update about
alias/Fwd: Update/Fwd: To Personal Advisor Sarah at Aintree Jobcentre
To: Colin Simber <colin.simber@linskills.co.uk>
Cc: Henrik Wedell-Wedellsborg <ww@bruunhjejle.dk>, "emb.london"
<emb.london@mfa.no>, HRW UK <hrwuk@hrw.org>, amnestyis
<amnestyis@amnesty.org>, Politikk Høyre <politikk@hoyre.no>, Phso
Enquiries <phso.enquiries@ombudsman.org.uk>, post <post@mfa.no>,
Akademikerforbundet <post@akademikerforbundet.no>, LHT Customer
Service <csc@lht.co.uk>, Pia Ribsskog <pia@nfunorge.org>, Bjørn
Ribsskog <bribsskog@gmail.com>, she <she@topdanmark.dk>,
"hv-02.kontakt" <hv-02.kontakt@mil.no>, "anne-kathrine.skodvin"
<anne-kathrine.skodvin@ica.no>, post <post@spesialenheten.no>,
"EUteam@amnesty.org" <EUteam@amnesty.org>, "SCT@amnesty.org.uk"
<sct@amnesty.org.uk>, hofmarskallatet@kongehuset.dk, Liverpool Direct
<liverpool.direct@liverpool.gov.uk>, Vernepliktsverkets kontaktsenter
ved Wenche Molstad <vpv.kontakt@mil.no>, post@slottet.no, Runcorn
Office <runcornoffice@taroe.org>, Lars Aasen <lbf@lbf.no>, Info
<info@tpas.org.uk>, Benefits Service
<benefits.service@liverpooldirectlimited.co.uk>, "steve.rotheram.mp"
<steve.rotheram.mp@parliament.uk>, LO Postkasse LO <lo@lo.no>,
rcjchancery.judgeslisting@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk, CONTACT-US
<CONTACT-US@dwp.gsi.gov.uk>, Contact-Us
<Contact-Us@jobcentreplus.gsi.gov.uk>, "sande.vgs" <sande.vgs@vfk.no>,
"president@ansa.no" <president@ansa.no>


Hi,

I went on a day-trip, to Preston and Ormskirk, around Christmas in 2012.

And then I noticed it was a place named Burscough, (close to Ormskirk,
which also is a name that Norwegians understand, I think, so the
people there might have been from Norway, about a thousand years ago).

At Aintree Jobcentre, they are a bit strange.

At all other jobcentres, which I've been at.

Then one go to a random person, on each signing-meeting.

But at Aintree Jobcentre, I always was supposed to go to box 2, where
Sara, (not Sarah (Bamber)), was sitting.

Sara was very nice, and always called me 'love'.

In Norway people don't even call their wife love, (to joke a bit).

So I reacted a bit on this, and I think I could have sent a
complaint-email about Sara being a bit personal, (at least compared
with Norwegian standards).

Also, once, when I was sanctioned, an old guy, was sitting in box 2,
(instead of Sara, (who always sat there)).

Then I signed for a payment, with the old guy, but in the middle of
the meeting, he possibly went to Katarine/Cathrine, (I think the
managers name is), and kind of set up a new meeting for me.

So that was a bit odd, I think, since Sara 'always' sat there.

So this jobcentre has some very special routines, (compared with the
other jobcentres, (I've gone to the one in Williamsson Square, and
Edge Hill and one in Sunderland City Centre)).

Just something I thought about.

Regards,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, May 29, 2014 at 6:21 AM
Subject: Update/Fwd: Update about alias/Fwd: Update/Fwd: To Personal
Advisor Sarah at Aintree Jobcentre
To: Colin Simber <colin.simber@linskills.co.uk>
Cc: Henrik Wedell-Wedellsborg <ww@bruunhjejle.dk>, "emb.london"
<emb.london@mfa.no>, HRW UK <hrwuk@hrw.org>, amnestyis
<amnestyis@amnesty.org>, Politikk Høyre <politikk@hoyre.no>, Phso
Enquiries <phso.enquiries@ombudsman.org.uk>, post <post@mfa.no>,
Akademikerforbundet <post@akademikerforbundet.no>, LHT Customer
Service <csc@lht.co.uk>, Pia Ribsskog <pia@nfunorge.org>, Bjørn
Ribsskog <bribsskog@gmail.com>, she <she@topdanmark.dk>,
"hv-02.kontakt" <hv-02.kontakt@mil.no>, "anne-kathrine.skodvin"
<anne-kathrine.skodvin@ica.no>, post <post@spesialenheten.no>,
"EUteam@amnesty.org" <EUteam@amnesty.org>, "SCT@amnesty.org.uk"
<sct@amnesty.org.uk>, hofmarskallatet@kongehuset.dk, Liverpool Direct
<liverpool.direct@liverpool.gov.uk>, Vernepliktsverkets kontaktsenter
ved Wenche Molstad <vpv.kontakt@mil.no>, post@slottet.no, Runcorn
Office <runcornoffice@taroe.org>, Lars Aasen <lbf@lbf.no>, Info
<info@tpas.org.uk>, Benefits Service
<benefits.service@liverpooldirectlimited.co.uk>, "steve.rotheram.mp"
<steve.rotheram.mp@parliament.uk>, LO Postkasse LO <lo@lo.no>,
rcjchancery.judgeslisting@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk, CONTACT-US
<CONTACT-US@dwp.gsi.gov.uk>, Contact-Us
<Contact-Us@jobcentreplus.gsi.gov.uk>, "sande.vgs" <sande.vgs@vfk.no>,
"president@ansa.no" <president@ansa.no>


Hi,

also, when I lived in Leather Lane, (where I lived from 2006 to 2011),
then I applied to the Norwegian government, (Skatt Sør), to change my
name, to Erik Løvenbalk Ribsskog.

After my mothers mother, (Ingeborg Ribsskog b. Heegaard from Denmark),
died, in 2009, I read in her will, that she inherited Magna and Holger
Adeler.

Magna turned out to be a woman my moter called 'Meme', (in the 70's),
and I didn't know she was a baronesse.

So I started to to some geneaology, and found out my Danish
grandmothers grandparents were chief of the high command Anders Gjedde
Nyholm and Mary Eva Carla Fog.

I found out that Fog where after Foss who were after Løvenbalk, (who
are after the Danish kings like Christoffer Klipping and Waldemar
Victory and also after Plantagenet and Willhelm the Conqueror and
Rollo, etc).

(Løvenbalk means lion-bar).

And I have found it difficult, to get my rights, from Norwegian and
British government, after I moved to the UK, in 2004.

So I have applied to use Løvenbalk as a middle-name, to 'flag' that my
Danish grandmother were after nobles.

(And my father have said, in an e-mail, he was after the Huitfeldt
noble-familiy, meaning white-field).

But I haven't gotten this name-change confirmed, from the Norwegian government.

They probably send it to my last Norwegian address.

(I need to know when I return to Norway, to change my address there,
to my UK address.

But I don't know when I'll return.

I'm really a refugee.

And I'm not going to return to Norway untill I get my rights from the
Norwegian government, (Kripos), to do with that I overheard, at work,
at ICA/Rimi Bjørndal, in 2003, that I was followed, by the 'mafian'.

According to a third party website, this name-change-application of
mine, have been granted:

http://skattelister.no/search/erik%20l%C3%B8venbalk%20ribsskog

But I want to hear this from the horses mouth, (so to speak), so I
wait untill I hear from the Norwegian government, about this, before I
start using that middle-name.

Regards,

Erik Ribsskog

PS.

I've applied to be a member of the Danish noble-association, after I
read about that my Danish grand-mother, where after Danish
noble-families like Gjedde, Løvenbalk and Adeler.

But the application haven't been succesfull, for some reason.

I tried to search on Google, the other day, if there is a British
Noble-association.

(Perhaps I could try to apply to be a member there, I thought.

It would be worth a try, at least, I though).

Then I found on Google, something about the Merovingans being a
powerfull black nobility, in the UK, and elsewhere.

And my Danish grandmother was also after Merovech, (and the other
Merovingian kings), I found out, when I did geneaology, when I lived
in Leather Lane.

(And I refound about this, on my blog, the other day).

These are supposed to be a powerful network according to a web-site
that was perhaps a bit dodgy.

But this could be worth mentioning perhaps, I thought now.

Because it's something strange going on at least, with all these funny
e-mails, and all.


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, May 29, 2014 at 5:14 AM
Subject: Update about alias/Fwd: Update/Fwd: To Personal Advisor Sarah
at Aintree Jobcentre
To: Colin Simber <colin.simber@linskills.co.uk>
Cc: Henrik Wedell-Wedellsborg <ww@bruunhjejle.dk>, "emb.london"
<emb.london@mfa.no>, HRW UK <hrwuk@hrw.org>, amnestyis
<amnestyis@amnesty.org>, Politikk Høyre <politikk@hoyre.no>, Phso
Enquiries <phso.enquiries@ombudsman.org.uk>, post <post@mfa.no>,
Akademikerforbundet <post@akademikerforbundet.no>, LHT Customer
Service <csc@lht.co.uk>, Pia Ribsskog <pia@nfunorge.org>, Bjørn
Ribsskog <bribsskog@gmail.com>, she <she@topdanmark.dk>,
"hv-02.kontakt" <hv-02.kontakt@mil.no>, "anne-kathrine.skodvin"
<anne-kathrine.skodvin@ica.no>, post <post@spesialenheten.no>,
"EUteam@amnesty.org" <EUteam@amnesty.org>, "SCT@amnesty.org.uk"
<sct@amnesty.org.uk>, hofmarskallatet@kongehuset.dk, Liverpool Direct
<liverpool.direct@liverpool.gov.uk>, Vernepliktsverkets kontaktsenter
ved Wenche Molstad <vpv.kontakt@mil.no>, post@slottet.no, Runcorn
Office <runcornoffice@taroe.org>, Lars Aasen <lbf@lbf.no>, Info
<info@tpas.org.uk>, Benefits Service
<benefits.service@liverpooldirectlimited.co.uk>, "steve.rotheram.mp"
<steve.rotheram.mp@parliament.uk>, LO Postkasse LO <lo@lo.no>,
rcjchancery.judgeslisting@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk, CONTACT-US
<CONTACT-US@dwp.gsi.gov.uk>, Contact-Us
<Contact-Us@jobcentreplus.gsi.gov.uk>, "sande.vgs" <sande.vgs@vfk.no>,
"president@ansa.no" <president@ansa.no>


Hi,

in the file I got from the usher, in court, last week.

It said I used an alias named Ribskkkg, (or something like that).

But that don't make any sense.

My last-name, is a place name, in Flatanger, quite far north, in
Norway, (in Trøndelag).

And it means Redcurrant-forrest.

(The meaning was changed by a priest, according to a legend, or something.

It was really Resskog.

And it's my mothers last-name, since she changed my last-name, when I
was around six years old, after she divorced my father, (before that
my name was Erik Olsen)).

So my last-name consists of two words.

The last word is 'skog', and that is the same word as in Burscough.

Skog means scough means forrest.

So it doesn't make it any sense that I would spell it differently and
use it as an alias.

If someone spelt my last-name that wrong, it would probably have been
someone who didn't understand the Norwegian words in it, I'd say,
(e.g. the British police, or someone else, who don't understand
Norwegian).

Regards,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, May 28, 2014 at 1:49 PM
Subject: Fwd: Update/Fwd: To Personal Advisor Sarah at Aintree Jobcentre
To: Colin Simber <colin.simber@linskills.co.uk>
Cc: Henrik Wedell-Wedellsborg <ww@bruunhjejle.dk>, "emb.london"
<emb.london@mfa.no>, HRW UK <hrwuk@hrw.org>, amnestyis
<amnestyis@amnesty.org>, Politikk Høyre <politikk@hoyre.no>, Phso
Enquiries <phso.enquiries@ombudsman.org.uk>, post <post@mfa.no>,
Akademikerforbundet <post@akademikerforbundet.no>, LHT Customer
Service <csc@lht.co.uk>, Pia Ribsskog <pia@nfunorge.org>, Bjørn
Ribsskog <bribsskog@gmail.com>, she <she@topdanmark.dk>,
"hv-02.kontakt" <hv-02.kontakt@mil.no>, "anne-kathrine.skodvin"
<anne-kathrine.skodvin@ica.no>, post <post@spesialenheten.no>,
"EUteam@amnesty.org" <EUteam@amnesty.org>, "SCT@amnesty.org.uk"
<sct@amnesty.org.uk>, hofmarskallatet@kongehuset.dk, Liverpool Direct
<liverpool.direct@liverpool.gov.uk>, Vernepliktsverkets kontaktsenter
ved Wenche Molstad <vpv.kontakt@mil.no>, post@slottet.no, Runcorn
Office <runcornoffice@taroe.org>, Lars Aasen <lbf@lbf.no>, Info
<info@tpas.org.uk>, Benefits Service
<benefits.service@liverpooldirectlimited.co.uk>, "steve.rotheram.mp"
<steve.rotheram.mp@parliament.uk>, LO Postkasse LO <lo@lo.no>,
rcjchancery.judgeslisting@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk, CONTACT-US
<CONTACT-US@dwp.gsi.gov.uk>, Contact-Us
<Contact-Us@jobcentreplus.gsi.gov.uk>, "sande.vgs" <sande.vgs@vfk.no>,
"president@ansa.no" <president@ansa.no>


Hi,

I think this might have been the e-mails that initiated that Gaynor,
(from Aintree Jobcentre), was taking part, in a jobseeking-meeting, at
Aintree Jobcentre, last automn.

(Meetings which normally only Sarah Bamber and me would be at).

The meeting, where Gaynor asked me if I wanted a new jobseeking-advisor.

But I said it wasn't necesarry, (because I felt sorry for Sarah
Bamber, since she was crying, it seemed, in the meeting.

At least her eyes were full of tears, as I remember it).

Now I've browsed through much of my e-mails and files.

(But it could be even more about this, on my blog).

But I hope you now got better answers, to some of the questions, that
you asked me, in the meeting, at Linskills, last week.

(It was perhaps a bit early for me:

And I'm from Norway, so it's a bit easier for me sometimes, to explain
about things, after the meeting).

I hope you now can get me out of this murder of justice-case, (like we
call it in Norway).

Regards,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, Aug 24, 2013 at 8:38 AM
Subject: Update/Fwd: To Personal Advisor Sarah at Aintree Jobcentre
To: Contact-Us <Contact-Us@jobcentreplus.gsi.gov.uk>


Hi again,

and I also remember now.

You wanted to know what I learned at the meeting, with Enterprising
Merseyside, some weeks ago.

And I explained that they told me that business that are successfull,
are special.

Then you asked me how I could make my business more special.

And I said perhaps make it more British.

But then you coach me, I think.

And this is on my spare-time.

And I take this with Enterprising Merseyside, if I need coaching.

I think it's a bit silly if I get coaching about this business, from
both you and Enterprising Merseyside, at the same time.

Which we could risk here.

So I think we should leave the details about how I run my web-shop out
of the meetings.

After I contacted Enterprising Merseyside.

So you can just forget about what I said about making the web-shop more British.

That wasn't something bombastic, that I have decided.

That was just something that I was pondering about.

And which I replied to you, to not be inpolite, and not answer.

So just forget about the web-shop.

If that's ok.

Because I really get advice from Enterprising Merseyside about it, if
I need advice.

It just complicates it if you also wants to coach/give advice about
this spare-time-webshop.

And my main focus is anyway the job-seeking.

So we shouldn't get distracted from that, I think.

Just something I thought about now.

Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Aug 13, 2013 at 10:00 AM
Subject: To Personal Advisor Sarah at Aintree Jobcentre
To: Contact-Us <Contact-Us@jobcentreplus.gsi.gov.uk>


Hi,

I just thought I'd send an e-mail regarding yesterdays meeting while I
remember it.

When I was unemployed in Sunderland, in 2011, Anita Ford there said it
was 'insane' to apply for more than two jobs a week.

But you want me to apply for like ten jobs a day, (or something), it seems.

(Even if there aren't that many jobs around, I think).

So I'm now not sure what the norm is, for number of jobs to apply for, each day.

Also, you told me I can't apply for jobs in Leyland and Chorley.

But this is because I try to apply for one job a day.

Because that's my goal, from the jobseekers agreement.

(Even if this is more than they think is normal, in Sunderland, they told me).

I think when it says 90 minutes travel-time in the jobseekers-agreement.

Then it's meant that I'm obligated to look for work within 90 minutes
travel-time.

It doesn't mean I'm restricted to only apply for work within 90
minutes travel-time.

(Also the trains to Leyland sometimes only use about an hour, I saw on
the internet.

And I set the Universal Jobmatch to look for jobs, in a 20 mile radius.

It doesn't have a 15 mile radius option.

Only a 10 mile one.

And then it doesn't find the jobs in Chester and Manchester, I think).

It seemed like you meant that I wasn't allowed to apply for jobs in Leyland.

(In the meeting yesterday).

That there is some kind of rule forbidding me to do this.

Surely there is no restriction like that?

Just something I wondered about.

Also TK Maxx is American, I checked it on the internet.

And you wondered if a bus goes to the Aintree mall.

After I explained that I went with Merseyrail there, when I went to
the Maplin-store, near Aintree racecourse-ground.

I checked on the map now, and it's just a couple of kilometers from
the Jobcentre, so it's possible to walk there as well.

And I know there is a bus that goes to the Jobcentre in Aintree, (at
least), from Walton, so that shouldn't be a problem.

You wanted me to tell the college that I'm unemployed, in the
interview with them.

But in the last meeting you mentioned possible founding, from the jobcentre.

This you didn't mention in yesterdays meeting, I noticed.

So you have changed your mind about founding for the CAD-course?

Also, you asked me if the weather was 'clammy' yesterday.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/2644210

It says the humidity is 87 percent today, (if that's what you meant).

Just in case I forgot about this.

Since you're going on a holiday, and the next appointment is in September.

Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog

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Update about Aintree Jobcentre/Fwd: Update/Fwd: Update about alias/Fwd: Update/Fwd: To Personal Advisor Sarah at Aintree Jobcentre

Erik Ribsskog Thu, May 29, 2014 at 1:38 PM
To: Colin Simber
Cc: Henrik Wedell-Wedellsborg , "emb.london" , HRW UK , amnestyis , Politikk Høyre , Phso Enquiries , post , Akademikerforbundet , LHT Customer Service , Pia Ribsskog , Bjørn Ribsskog , she , "hv-02.kontakt" , "anne-kathrine.skodvin" , post , "EUteam@amnesty.org" , "SCT@amnesty.org.uk" , hofmarskallatet@kongehuset.dk, Liverpool Direct , Vernepliktsverkets kontaktsenter ved Wenche Molstad , post@slottet.no, Runcorn Office , Lars Aasen , Info , Benefits Service , "steve.rotheram.mp" , LO Postkasse LO , rcjchancery.judgeslisting@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk, CONTACT-US , Contact-Us , "sande.vgs" , "president@ansa.no"
Hi,

I went on a day-trip, to Preston and Ormskirk, around Christmas in 2012.

And then I noticed it was a place named Burscough, (close to Ormskirk,
which also is a name that Norwegians understand, I think, so the
people there might have been from Norway, about a thousand years ago).

At Aintree Jobcentre, they are a bit strange.

At all other jobcentres, which I've been at.

Then one go to a random person, on each signing-meeting.

But at Aintree Jobcentre, I always was supposed to go to box 2, where
Sara, (not Sarah (Bamber)), was sitting.

Sara was very nice, and always called me 'love'.

In Norway people don't even call their wife love, (to joke a bit).

So I reacted a bit on this, and I think I could have sent a
complaint-email about Sara being a bit personal, (at least compared
with Norwegian standards).

Also, once, when I was sanctioned, an old guy, was sitting in box 2,
(instead of Sara, (who always sat there)).

Then I signed for a payment, with the old guy, but in the middle of
the meeting, he possibly went to Katarine/Cathrine, (I think the
managers name is), and kind of set up a new meeting for me.

So that was a bit odd, I think, since Sara 'always' sat there.

So this jobcentre has some very special routines, (compared with the
other jobcentres, (I've gone to the one in Williamsson Square, and
Edge Hill and one in Sunderland City Centre)).

Just something I thought about.

Regards,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, May 29, 2014 at 6:21 AM
Subject: Update/Fwd: Update about alias/Fwd: Update/Fwd: To Personal
Advisor Sarah at Aintree Jobcentre
To: Colin Simber <colin.simber@linskills.co.uk>
Cc: Henrik Wedell-Wedellsborg <ww@bruunhjejle.dk>, "emb.london"
<emb.london@mfa.no>, HRW UK <hrwuk@hrw.org>, amnestyis
<amnestyis@amnesty.org>, Politikk Høyre <politikk@hoyre.no>, Phso
Enquiries <phso.enquiries@ombudsman.org.uk>, post <post@mfa.no>,
Akademikerforbundet <post@akademikerforbundet.no>, LHT Customer
Service <csc@lht.co.uk>, Pia Ribsskog <pia@nfunorge.org>, Bjørn
Ribsskog <bribsskog@gmail.com>, she <she@topdanmark.dk>,
"hv-02.kontakt" <hv-02.kontakt@mil.no>, "anne-kathrine.skodvin"
<anne-kathrine.skodvin@ica.no>, post <post@spesialenheten.no>,
"EUteam@amnesty.org" <EUteam@amnesty.org>, "SCT@amnesty.org.uk"
<sct@amnesty.org.uk>, hofmarskallatet@kongehuset.dk, Liverpool Direct
<liverpool.direct@liverpool.gov.uk>, Vernepliktsverkets kontaktsenter
ved Wenche Molstad <vpv.kontakt@mil.no>, post@slottet.no, Runcorn
Office <runcornoffice@taroe.org>, Lars Aasen <lbf@lbf.no>, Info
<info@tpas.org.uk>, Benefits Service
<benefits.service@liverpooldirectlimited.co.uk>, "steve.rotheram.mp"
<steve.rotheram.mp@parliament.uk>, LO Postkasse LO <lo@lo.no>,
rcjchancery.judgeslisting@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk, CONTACT-US
<CONTACT-US@dwp.gsi.gov.uk>, Contact-Us
<Contact-Us@jobcentreplus.gsi.gov.uk>, "sande.vgs" <sande.vgs@vfk.no>,
"president@ansa.no" <president@ansa.no>


Hi,

also, when I lived in Leather Lane, (where I lived from 2006 to 2011),
then I applied to the Norwegian government, (Skatt Sør), to change my
name, to Erik Løvenbalk Ribsskog.

After my mothers mother, (Ingeborg Ribsskog b. Heegaard from Denmark),
died, in 2009, I read in her will, that she inherited Magna and Holger
Adeler.

Magna turned out to be a woman my moter called 'Meme', (in the 70's),
and I didn't know she was a baronesse.

So I started to to some geneaology, and found out my Danish
grandmothers grandparents were chief of the high command Anders Gjedde
Nyholm and Mary Eva Carla Fog.

I found out that Fog where after Foss who were after Løvenbalk, (who
are after the Danish kings like Christoffer Klipping and Waldemar
Victory and also after Plantagenet and Willhelm the Conqueror and
Rollo, etc).

(Løvenbalk means lion-bar).

And I have found it difficult, to get my rights, from Norwegian and
British government, after I moved to the UK, in 2004.

So I have applied to use Løvenbalk as a middle-name, to 'flag' that my
Danish grandmother were after nobles.

(And my father have said, in an e-mail, he was after the Huitfeldt
noble-familiy, meaning white-field).

But I haven't gotten this name-change confirmed, from the Norwegian government.

They probably send it to my last Norwegian address.

(I need to know when I return to Norway, to change my address there,
to my UK address.

But I don't know when I'll return.

I'm really a refugee.

And I'm not going to return to Norway untill I get my rights from the
Norwegian government, (Kripos), to do with that I overheard, at work,
at ICA/Rimi Bjørndal, in 2003, that I was followed, by the 'mafian'.

According to a third party website, this name-change-application of
mine, have been granted:

http://skattelister.no/search/erik%20l%C3%B8venbalk%20ribsskog

But I want to hear this from the horses mouth, (so to speak), so I
wait untill I hear from the Norwegian government, about this, before I
start using that middle-name.

Regards,

Erik Ribsskog

PS.

I've applied to be a member of the Danish noble-association, after I
read about that my Danish grand-mother, where after Danish
noble-families like Gjedde, Løvenbalk and Adeler.

But the application haven't been succesfull, for some reason.

I tried to search on Google, the other day, if there is a British
Noble-association.

(Perhaps I could try to apply to be a member there, I thought.

It would be worth a try, at least, I though).

Then I found on Google, something about the Merovingans being a
powerfull black nobility, in the UK, and elsewhere.

And my Danish grandmother was also after Merovech, (and the other
Merovingian kings), I found out, when I did geneaology, when I lived
in Leather Lane.

(And I refound about this, on my blog, the other day).

These are supposed to be a powerful network according to a web-site
that was perhaps a bit dodgy.

But this could be worth mentioning perhaps, I thought now.

Because it's something strange going on at least, with all these funny
e-mails, and all.


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, May 29, 2014 at 5:14 AM
Subject: Update about alias/Fwd: Update/Fwd: To Personal Advisor Sarah
at Aintree Jobcentre
To: Colin Simber <colin.simber@linskills.co.uk>
Cc: Henrik Wedell-Wedellsborg <ww@bruunhjejle.dk>, "emb.london"
<emb.london@mfa.no>, HRW UK <hrwuk@hrw.org>, amnestyis
<amnestyis@amnesty.org>, Politikk Høyre <politikk@hoyre.no>, Phso
Enquiries <phso.enquiries@ombudsman.org.uk>, post <post@mfa.no>,
Akademikerforbundet <post@akademikerforbundet.no>, LHT Customer
Service <csc@lht.co.uk>, Pia Ribsskog <pia@nfunorge.org>, Bjørn
Ribsskog <bribsskog@gmail.com>, she <she@topdanmark.dk>,
"hv-02.kontakt" <hv-02.kontakt@mil.no>, "anne-kathrine.skodvin"
<anne-kathrine.skodvin@ica.no>, post <post@spesialenheten.no>,
"EUteam@amnesty.org" <EUteam@amnesty.org>, "SCT@amnesty.org.uk"
<sct@amnesty.org.uk>, hofmarskallatet@kongehuset.dk, Liverpool Direct
<liverpool.direct@liverpool.gov.uk>, Vernepliktsverkets kontaktsenter
ved Wenche Molstad <vpv.kontakt@mil.no>, post@slottet.no, Runcorn
Office <runcornoffice@taroe.org>, Lars Aasen <lbf@lbf.no>, Info
<info@tpas.org.uk>, Benefits Service
<benefits.service@liverpooldirectlimited.co.uk>, "steve.rotheram.mp"
<steve.rotheram.mp@parliament.uk>, LO Postkasse LO <lo@lo.no>,
rcjchancery.judgeslisting@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk, CONTACT-US
<CONTACT-US@dwp.gsi.gov.uk>, Contact-Us
<Contact-Us@jobcentreplus.gsi.gov.uk>, "sande.vgs" <sande.vgs@vfk.no>,
"president@ansa.no" <president@ansa.no>


Hi,

in the file I got from the usher, in court, last week.

It said I used an alias named Ribskkkg, (or something like that).

But that don't make any sense.

My last-name, is a place name, in Flatanger, quite far north, in
Norway, (in Trøndelag).

And it means Redcurrant-forrest.

(The meaning was changed by a priest, according to a legend, or something.

It was really Resskog.

And it's my mothers last-name, since she changed my last-name, when I
was around six years old, after she divorced my father, (before that
my name was Erik Olsen)).

So my last-name consists of two words.

The last word is 'skog', and that is the same word as in Burscough.

Skog means scough means forrest.

So it doesn't make it any sense that I would spell it differently and
use it as an alias.

If someone spelt my last-name that wrong, it would probably have been
someone who didn't understand the Norwegian words in it, I'd say,
(e.g. the British police, or someone else, who don't understand
Norwegian).

Regards,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, May 28, 2014 at 1:49 PM
Subject: Fwd: Update/Fwd: To Personal Advisor Sarah at Aintree Jobcentre
To: Colin Simber <colin.simber@linskills.co.uk>
Cc: Henrik Wedell-Wedellsborg <ww@bruunhjejle.dk>, "emb.london"
<emb.london@mfa.no>, HRW UK <hrwuk@hrw.org>, amnestyis
<amnestyis@amnesty.org>, Politikk Høyre <politikk@hoyre.no>, Phso
Enquiries <phso.enquiries@ombudsman.org.uk>, post <post@mfa.no>,
Akademikerforbundet <post@akademikerforbundet.no>, LHT Customer
Service <csc@lht.co.uk>, Pia Ribsskog <pia@nfunorge.org>, Bjørn
Ribsskog <bribsskog@gmail.com>, she <she@topdanmark.dk>,
"hv-02.kontakt" <hv-02.kontakt@mil.no>, "anne-kathrine.skodvin"
<anne-kathrine.skodvin@ica.no>, post <post@spesialenheten.no>,
"EUteam@amnesty.org" <EUteam@amnesty.org>, "SCT@amnesty.org.uk"
<sct@amnesty.org.uk>, hofmarskallatet@kongehuset.dk, Liverpool Direct
<liverpool.direct@liverpool.gov.uk>, Vernepliktsverkets kontaktsenter
ved Wenche Molstad <vpv.kontakt@mil.no>, post@slottet.no, Runcorn
Office <runcornoffice@taroe.org>, Lars Aasen <lbf@lbf.no>, Info
<info@tpas.org.uk>, Benefits Service
<benefits.service@liverpooldirectlimited.co.uk>, "steve.rotheram.mp"
<steve.rotheram.mp@parliament.uk>, LO Postkasse LO <lo@lo.no>,
rcjchancery.judgeslisting@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk, CONTACT-US
<CONTACT-US@dwp.gsi.gov.uk>, Contact-Us
<Contact-Us@jobcentreplus.gsi.gov.uk>, "sande.vgs" <sande.vgs@vfk.no>,
"president@ansa.no" <president@ansa.no>


Hi,

I think this might have been the e-mails that initiated that Gaynor,
(from Aintree Jobcentre), was taking part, in a jobseeking-meeting, at
Aintree Jobcentre, last automn.

(Meetings which normally only Sarah Bamber and me would be at).

The meeting, where Gaynor asked me if I wanted a new jobseeking-advisor.

But I said it wasn't necesarry, (because I felt sorry for Sarah
Bamber, since she was crying, it seemed, in the meeting.

At least her eyes were full of tears, as I remember it).

Now I've browsed through much of my e-mails and files.

(But it could be even more about this, on my blog).

But I hope you now got better answers, to some of the questions, that
you asked me, in the meeting, at Linskills, last week.

(It was perhaps a bit early for me:

And I'm from Norway, so it's a bit easier for me sometimes, to explain
about things, after the meeting).

I hope you now can get me out of this murder of justice-case, (like we
call it in Norway).

Regards,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, Aug 24, 2013 at 8:38 AM
Subject: Update/Fwd: To Personal Advisor Sarah at Aintree Jobcentre
To: Contact-Us <Contact-Us@jobcentreplus.gsi.gov.uk>


Hi again,

and I also remember now.

You wanted to know what I learned at the meeting, with Enterprising
Merseyside, some weeks ago.

And I explained that they told me that business that are successfull,
are special.

Then you asked me how I could make my business more special.

And I said perhaps make it more British.

But then you coach me, I think.

And this is on my spare-time.

And I take this with Enterprising Merseyside, if I need coaching.

I think it's a bit silly if I get coaching about this business, from
both you and Enterprising Merseyside, at the same time.

Which we could risk here.

So I think we should leave the details about how I run my web-shop out
of the meetings.

After I contacted Enterprising Merseyside.

So you can just forget about what I said about making the web-shop more British.

That wasn't something bombastic, that I have decided.

That was just something that I was pondering about.

And which I replied to you, to not be inpolite, and not answer.

So just forget about the web-shop.

If that's ok.

Because I really get advice from Enterprising Merseyside about it, if
I need advice.

It just complicates it if you also wants to coach/give advice about
this spare-time-webshop.

And my main focus is anyway the job-seeking.

So we shouldn't get distracted from that, I think.

Just something I thought about now.

Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Aug 13, 2013 at 10:00 AM
Subject: To Personal Advisor Sarah at Aintree Jobcentre
To: Contact-Us <Contact-Us@jobcentreplus.gsi.gov.uk>


Hi,

I just thought I'd send an e-mail regarding yesterdays meeting while I
remember it.

When I was unemployed in Sunderland, in 2011, Anita Ford there said it
was 'insane' to apply for more than two jobs a week.

But you want me to apply for like ten jobs a day, (or something), it seems.

(Even if there aren't that many jobs around, I think).

So I'm now not sure what the norm is, for number of jobs to apply for, each day.

Also, you told me I can't apply for jobs in Leyland and Chorley.

But this is because I try to apply for one job a day.

Because that's my goal, from the jobseekers agreement.

(Even if this is more than they think is normal, in Sunderland, they told me).

I think when it says 90 minutes travel-time in the jobseekers-agreement.

Then it's meant that I'm obligated to look for work within 90 minutes
travel-time.

It doesn't mean I'm restricted to only apply for work within 90
minutes travel-time.

(Also the trains to Leyland sometimes only use about an hour, I saw on
the internet.

And I set the Universal Jobmatch to look for jobs, in a 20 mile radius.

It doesn't have a 15 mile radius option.

Only a 10 mile one.

And then it doesn't find the jobs in Chester and Manchester, I think).

It seemed like you meant that I wasn't allowed to apply for jobs in Leyland.

(In the meeting yesterday).

That there is some kind of rule forbidding me to do this.

Surely there is no restriction like that?

Just something I wondered about.

Also TK Maxx is American, I checked it on the internet.

And you wondered if a bus goes to the Aintree mall.

After I explained that I went with Merseyrail there, when I went to
the Maplin-store, near Aintree racecourse-ground.

I checked on the map now, and it's just a couple of kilometers from
the Jobcentre, so it's possible to walk there as well.

And I know there is a bus that goes to the Jobcentre in Aintree, (at
least), from Walton, so that shouldn't be a problem.

You wanted me to tell the college that I'm unemployed, in the
interview with them.

But in the last meeting you mentioned possible founding, from the jobcentre.

This you didn't mention in yesterdays meeting, I noticed.

So you have changed your mind about founding for the CAD-course?

Also, you asked me if the weather was 'clammy' yesterday.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/2644210

It says the humidity is 87 percent today, (if that's what you meant).

Just in case I forgot about this.

Since you're going on a holiday, and the next appointment is in September.

Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog

Mer om nettmobbing

Erik Ribsskog

sputnik truser

Erik Ribsskog Thu, May 29, 2014 at 1:28 PM
To: Knut T Storbukås
Cc: Colin Simber , Henrik Wedell-Wedellsborg , "emb.london" , HRW UK , amnestyis , Politikk Høyre , Phso Enquiries , post , Akademikerforbundet , LHT Customer Service , Pia Ribsskog , Bjørn Ribsskog , she , "hv-02.kontakt" , "anne-kathrine.skodvin" , post , "EUteam@amnesty.org" , "SCT@amnesty.org.uk" , hofmarskallatet@kongehuset.dk, Liverpool Direct , Vernepliktsverkets kontaktsenter ved Wenche Molstad , post@slottet.no, Runcorn Office , Lars Aasen , Info , Benefits Service , "steve.rotheram.mp" , LO Postkasse LO , rcjchancery.judgeslisting@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk, CONTACT-US , Contact-Us , "sande.vgs" , "president@ansa.no"
Hei,
dette er nok bare noen tøysekopper som har tulle-bestilt i mitt navn.
(Noe som vel også skjedde for noen år siden, vel).

Dere får ha lykke til med truse-salget.

Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog
PS.

Jeg pleide å jobbe som butikksjef i Rimi.

Kanskje Rimi har lyst til å selge disse trusene.

Dere får høre med Anne-Katrine Skodvin, (anne-kathrine.skodvin@ica.no), som pleide å være min distriktsjef der.


2014-05-29 8:51 GMT+01:00 Knut T Storbukås <post@sputnik.no>:
Det er kommet en bestilling fra deg på 75 sputnik truser ?
For det første så har vi bare str xl og xxl igjen ,men de er veldig små i str.
Vi skal slutte med disse og bare ha bokser for fremtiden, og de koster 100 pr stk.
Men om jeg skal sende så mange ut av landet så må det betales på forskudd.
Til denne konto nr med Iban og swift .  
BIC:
DNBANOKKXXX
Elektronisk IBAN-kontonummer:
NO3271470543080

Mvh
Vivian Storbukås

Jeg sendte enda en e-post til Linskills

Erik Ribsskog

Update/Fwd: Update about alias/Fwd: Update/Fwd: To Personal Advisor Sarah at Aintree Jobcentre

Erik Ribsskog Thu, May 29, 2014 at 6:21 AM
To: Colin Simber
Cc: Henrik Wedell-Wedellsborg , "emb.london" , HRW UK , amnestyis , Politikk Høyre , Phso Enquiries , post , Akademikerforbundet , LHT Customer Service , Pia Ribsskog , Bjørn Ribsskog , she , "hv-02.kontakt" , "anne-kathrine.skodvin" , post , "EUteam@amnesty.org" , "SCT@amnesty.org.uk" , hofmarskallatet@kongehuset.dk, Liverpool Direct , Vernepliktsverkets kontaktsenter ved Wenche Molstad , post@slottet.no, Runcorn Office , Lars Aasen , Info , Benefits Service , "steve.rotheram.mp" , LO Postkasse LO , rcjchancery.judgeslisting@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk, CONTACT-US , Contact-Us , "sande.vgs" , "president@ansa.no"
Hi,

also, when I lived in Leather Lane, (where I lived from 2006 to 2011),
then I applied to the Norwegian government, (Skatt Sør), to change my
name, to Erik Løvenbalk Ribsskog.

After my mothers mother, (Ingeborg Ribsskog b. Heegaard from Denmark),
died, in 2009, I read in her will, that she inherited Magna and Holger
Adeler.

Magna turned out to be a woman my moter called 'Meme', (in the 70's),
and I didn't know she was a baronesse.

So I started to to some geneaology, and found out my Danish
grandmothers grandparents were chief of the high command Anders Gjedde
Nyholm and Mary Eva Carla Fog.

I found out that Fog where after Foss who were after Løvenbalk, (who
are after the Danish kings like Christoffer Klipping and Waldemar
Victory and also after Plantagenet and Willhelm the Conqueror and
Rollo, etc).

(Løvenbalk means lion-bar).

And I have found it difficult, to get my rights, from Norwegian and
British government, after I moved to the UK, in 2004.

So I have applied to use Løvenbalk as a middle-name, to 'flag' that my
Danish grandmother were after nobles.

(And my father have said, in an e-mail, he was after the Huitfeldt
noble-familiy, meaning white-field).

But I haven't gotten this name-change confirmed, from the Norwegian government.

They probably send it to my last Norwegian address.

(I need to know when I return to Norway, to change my address there,
to my UK address.

But I don't know when I'll return.

I'm really a refugee.

And I'm not going to return to Norway untill I get my rights from the
Norwegian government, (Kripos), to do with that I overheard, at work,
at ICA/Rimi Bjørndal, in 2003, that I was followed, by the 'mafian'.

According to a third party website, this name-change-application of
mine, have been granted:

http://skattelister.no/search/erik%20l%C3%B8venbalk%20ribsskog

But I want to hear this from the horses mouth, (so to speak), so I
wait untill I hear from the Norwegian government, about this, before I
start using that middle-name.

Regards,

Erik Ribsskog

PS.

I've applied to be a member of the Danish noble-association, after I
read about that my Danish grand-mother, where after Danish
noble-families like Gjedde, Løvenbalk and Adeler.

But the application haven't been succesfull, for some reason.

I tried to search on Google, the other day, if there is a British
Noble-association.

(Perhaps I could try to apply to be a member there, I thought.

It would be worth a try, at least, I though).

Then I found on Google, something about the Merovingans being a
powerfull black nobility, in the UK, and elsewhere.

And my Danish grandmother was also after Merovech, (and the other
Merovingian kings), I found out, when I did geneaology, when I lived
in Leather Lane.

(And I refound about this, on my blog, the other day).

These are supposed to be a powerful network according to a web-site
that was perhaps a bit dodgy.

But this could be worth mentioning perhaps, I thought now.

Because it's something strange going on at least, with all these funny
e-mails, and all.


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, May 29, 2014 at 5:14 AM
Subject: Update about alias/Fwd: Update/Fwd: To Personal Advisor Sarah
at Aintree Jobcentre
To: Colin Simber <colin.simber@linskills.co.uk>
Cc: Henrik Wedell-Wedellsborg <ww@bruunhjejle.dk>, "emb.london"
<emb.london@mfa.no>, HRW UK <hrwuk@hrw.org>, amnestyis
<amnestyis@amnesty.org>, Politikk Høyre <politikk@hoyre.no>, Phso
Enquiries <phso.enquiries@ombudsman.org.uk>, post <post@mfa.no>,
Akademikerforbundet <post@akademikerforbundet.no>, LHT Customer
Service <csc@lht.co.uk>, Pia Ribsskog <pia@nfunorge.org>, Bjørn
Ribsskog <bribsskog@gmail.com>, she <she@topdanmark.dk>,
"hv-02.kontakt" <hv-02.kontakt@mil.no>, "anne-kathrine.skodvin"
<anne-kathrine.skodvin@ica.no>, post <post@spesialenheten.no>,
"EUteam@amnesty.org" <EUteam@amnesty.org>, "SCT@amnesty.org.uk"
<sct@amnesty.org.uk>, hofmarskallatet@kongehuset.dk, Liverpool Direct
<liverpool.direct@liverpool.gov.uk>, Vernepliktsverkets kontaktsenter
ved Wenche Molstad <vpv.kontakt@mil.no>, post@slottet.no, Runcorn
Office <runcornoffice@taroe.org>, Lars Aasen <lbf@lbf.no>, Info
<info@tpas.org.uk>, Benefits Service
<benefits.service@liverpooldirectlimited.co.uk>, "steve.rotheram.mp"
<steve.rotheram.mp@parliament.uk>, LO Postkasse LO <lo@lo.no>,
rcjchancery.judgeslisting@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk, CONTACT-US
<CONTACT-US@dwp.gsi.gov.uk>, Contact-Us
<Contact-Us@jobcentreplus.gsi.gov.uk>, "sande.vgs" <sande.vgs@vfk.no>,
"president@ansa.no" <president@ansa.no>


Hi,

in the file I got from the usher, in court, last week.

It said I used an alias named Ribskkkg, (or something like that).

But that don't make any sense.

My last-name, is a place name, in Flatanger, quite far north, in
Norway, (in Trøndelag).

And it means Redcurrant-forrest.

(The meaning was changed by a priest, according to a legend, or something.

It was really Resskog.

And it's my mothers last-name, since she changed my last-name, when I
was around six years old, after she divorced my father, (before that
my name was Erik Olsen)).

So my last-name consists of two words.

The last word is 'skog', and that is the same word as in Burscough.

Skog means scough means forrest.

So it doesn't make it any sense that I would spell it differently and
use it as an alias.

If someone spelt my last-name that wrong, it would probably have been
someone who didn't understand the Norwegian words in it, I'd say,
(e.g. the British police, or someone else, who don't understand
Norwegian).

Regards,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, May 28, 2014 at 1:49 PM
Subject: Fwd: Update/Fwd: To Personal Advisor Sarah at Aintree Jobcentre
To: Colin Simber <colin.simber@linskills.co.uk>
Cc: Henrik Wedell-Wedellsborg <ww@bruunhjejle.dk>, "emb.london"
<emb.london@mfa.no>, HRW UK <hrwuk@hrw.org>, amnestyis
<amnestyis@amnesty.org>, Politikk Høyre <politikk@hoyre.no>, Phso
Enquiries <phso.enquiries@ombudsman.org.uk>, post <post@mfa.no>,
Akademikerforbundet <post@akademikerforbundet.no>, LHT Customer
Service <csc@lht.co.uk>, Pia Ribsskog <pia@nfunorge.org>, Bjørn
Ribsskog <bribsskog@gmail.com>, she <she@topdanmark.dk>,
"hv-02.kontakt" <hv-02.kontakt@mil.no>, "anne-kathrine.skodvin"
<anne-kathrine.skodvin@ica.no>, post <post@spesialenheten.no>,
"EUteam@amnesty.org" <EUteam@amnesty.org>, "SCT@amnesty.org.uk"
<sct@amnesty.org.uk>, hofmarskallatet@kongehuset.dk, Liverpool Direct
<liverpool.direct@liverpool.gov.uk>, Vernepliktsverkets kontaktsenter
ved Wenche Molstad <vpv.kontakt@mil.no>, post@slottet.no, Runcorn
Office <runcornoffice@taroe.org>, Lars Aasen <lbf@lbf.no>, Info
<info@tpas.org.uk>, Benefits Service
<benefits.service@liverpooldirectlimited.co.uk>, "steve.rotheram.mp"
<steve.rotheram.mp@parliament.uk>, LO Postkasse LO <lo@lo.no>,
rcjchancery.judgeslisting@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk, CONTACT-US
<CONTACT-US@dwp.gsi.gov.uk>, Contact-Us
<Contact-Us@jobcentreplus.gsi.gov.uk>, "sande.vgs" <sande.vgs@vfk.no>,
"president@ansa.no" <president@ansa.no>


Hi,

I think this might have been the e-mails that initiated that Gaynor,
(from Aintree Jobcentre), was taking part, in a jobseeking-meeting, at
Aintree Jobcentre, last automn.

(Meetings which normally only Sarah Bamber and me would be at).

The meeting, where Gaynor asked me if I wanted a new jobseeking-advisor.

But I said it wasn't necesarry, (because I felt sorry for Sarah
Bamber, since she was crying, it seemed, in the meeting.

At least her eyes were full of tears, as I remember it).

Now I've browsed through much of my e-mails and files.

(But it could be even more about this, on my blog).

But I hope you now got better answers, to some of the questions, that
you asked me, in the meeting, at Linskills, last week.

(It was perhaps a bit early for me:

And I'm from Norway, so it's a bit easier for me sometimes, to explain
about things, after the meeting).

I hope you now can get me out of this murder of justice-case, (like we
call it in Norway).

Regards,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, Aug 24, 2013 at 8:38 AM
Subject: Update/Fwd: To Personal Advisor Sarah at Aintree Jobcentre
To: Contact-Us <Contact-Us@jobcentreplus.gsi.gov.uk>


Hi again,

and I also remember now.

You wanted to know what I learned at the meeting, with Enterprising
Merseyside, some weeks ago.

And I explained that they told me that business that are successfull,
are special.

Then you asked me how I could make my business more special.

And I said perhaps make it more British.

But then you coach me, I think.

And this is on my spare-time.

And I take this with Enterprising Merseyside, if I need coaching.

I think it's a bit silly if I get coaching about this business, from
both you and Enterprising Merseyside, at the same time.

Which we could risk here.

So I think we should leave the details about how I run my web-shop out
of the meetings.

After I contacted Enterprising Merseyside.

So you can just forget about what I said about making the web-shop more British.

That wasn't something bombastic, that I have decided.

That was just something that I was pondering about.

And which I replied to you, to not be inpolite, and not answer.

So just forget about the web-shop.

If that's ok.

Because I really get advice from Enterprising Merseyside about it, if
I need advice.

It just complicates it if you also wants to coach/give advice about
this spare-time-webshop.

And my main focus is anyway the job-seeking.

So we shouldn't get distracted from that, I think.

Just something I thought about now.

Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Aug 13, 2013 at 10:00 AM
Subject: To Personal Advisor Sarah at Aintree Jobcentre
To: Contact-Us <Contact-Us@jobcentreplus.gsi.gov.uk>


Hi,

I just thought I'd send an e-mail regarding yesterdays meeting while I
remember it.

When I was unemployed in Sunderland, in 2011, Anita Ford there said it
was 'insane' to apply for more than two jobs a week.

But you want me to apply for like ten jobs a day, (or something), it seems.

(Even if there aren't that many jobs around, I think).

So I'm now not sure what the norm is, for number of jobs to apply for, each day.

Also, you told me I can't apply for jobs in Leyland and Chorley.

But this is because I try to apply for one job a day.

Because that's my goal, from the jobseekers agreement.

(Even if this is more than they think is normal, in Sunderland, they told me).

I think when it says 90 minutes travel-time in the jobseekers-agreement.

Then it's meant that I'm obligated to look for work within 90 minutes
travel-time.

It doesn't mean I'm restricted to only apply for work within 90
minutes travel-time.

(Also the trains to Leyland sometimes only use about an hour, I saw on
the internet.

And I set the Universal Jobmatch to look for jobs, in a 20 mile radius.

It doesn't have a 15 mile radius option.

Only a 10 mile one.

And then it doesn't find the jobs in Chester and Manchester, I think).

It seemed like you meant that I wasn't allowed to apply for jobs in Leyland.

(In the meeting yesterday).

That there is some kind of rule forbidding me to do this.

Surely there is no restriction like that?

Just something I wondered about.

Also TK Maxx is American, I checked it on the internet.

And you wondered if a bus goes to the Aintree mall.

After I explained that I went with Merseyrail there, when I went to
the Maplin-store, near Aintree racecourse-ground.

I checked on the map now, and it's just a couple of kilometers from
the Jobcentre, so it's possible to walk there as well.

And I know there is a bus that goes to the Jobcentre in Aintree, (at
least), from Walton, so that shouldn't be a problem.

You wanted me to tell the college that I'm unemployed, in the
interview with them.

But in the last meeting you mentioned possible founding, from the jobcentre.

This you didn't mention in yesterdays meeting, I noticed.

So you have changed your mind about founding for the CAD-course?

Also, you asked me if the weather was 'clammy' yesterday.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/2644210

It says the humidity is 87 percent today, (if that's what you meant).

Just in case I forgot about this.

Since you're going on a holiday, and the next appointment is in September.

Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog

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Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog

PS.

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