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Erik Ribsskog

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Erik Ribsskog


Fri, May 3, 2013 at 6:10 PM

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thank you for your e-mail!

I think my MP must be Steven Rotherham, labour-MP for Walton.

(I went to the jobcentre in Aintree earlier today, and then I went passed his office).

Even if I have been in the conservative youth party a bit, in Norway.

In the early 90's I was dragged to their head-quarters in Oslo, (Høires Hus), by my earlier class-mate Magne Winnem.

I was there on one or two course-days in politics, led by Norwegian politician Jan Tore Sanner, (I think it must have been).

I was there only once, I think.

And I was chosen to give advice about the party-program, (for the youth party), before the local-elections in 1991.

(It was after the course, and it was Magne Winnem, Jan Tore Sanner, Bård Brende and me, who was in a kind of election-campaign-comitee).

I didn't go there on my own initiative.

(Winnem dragged me there).

So I didn't want to go there after that meeting.

But Winnem managed to drag me to Oslo city centre, on the start-day of the nationwide county and municipality-elections, in 1991, to say hi to Jan Tore Sanner etc., who said the final election-programme got fine.

Something like this.

But I was really dragged there by Winnem, so I thought it would perhaps be a bit like 'comeradery', in the party, if I continued to go there.

It wasn't on my inititive, and my role there was a bit unclear.

(Was I there as Winnems mate or as a citizen).

And I never got anything in the post from eighter Høyre or their youth party.

But I had done some important work there, (with the party-programme), I though, so when it said on a job-contract, some months later, which organisations I was in, I thought I could write 'Unge Høyre', since I'd done some important stuff there, I thought.

And I didn't get  paid for this work, so I must have been a member, I think.

The employer was the Norwegian Co-op, by the way, (who bought the hyper-market I worked in, Matland/OBS Triaden).

Now the conservative party in Norway don't reply to me, (for some reason).

(Maybe Winnem or Sanner mess with me?).

But I still think it's strange to write to the labour MP's.

When I've been in the conservative party, in Norway.

The ombudsmen in Norway don't tell you to write to the MP's.

(So this is a bit strange, I think).

But I still try to write this e-mail.

Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog

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