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lørdag 19. desember 2015

Jeg sendte en e-post til the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman

Erik Ribsskog
Your complaint to the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman
Erik Ribsskog     Sat, Dec 19, 2015 at 3:28 AM
To: Phso Enquiries
Cc: FN-sambandet Norge
Hi,

I wrote to you, on 16/11, that I wanted this escalated, to your line-manager.

I can't see that this has been escalated, in the way I wanted to.

So I want you to try to escalate this, (in that specific way), once again.

Thanks!

Erik Ribsskog

PS.

Here is more about this:

'Erik Ribsskog
Your complaint to the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman
Erik Ribsskog     Mon, Nov 16, 2015 at 8:54 PM
To: Phso Enquiries
Cc: public.enquiries@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk, FN-sambandet Norge
Hi,

I think the only word to use here, is 'moronic'.

Because the Home Office has had my complaint, since around 2010.

And then you tell me, that they haven't had enough time, to process my
complaint.

That's moronic, I think.

So I still want this escalated to your line-manager there.

(Maybe he has more sense).

Erik Ribsskog'.


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> Dear Mr Ribsskog
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> I wrote to you on 23 November and explained that I was going to contact the
> Home Office to enquire about the status of your complaint to them. I
> contacted the Home Office and they explained that they replied to your
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> To: "'eribsskog@gmail.com'"
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> Date: Mon, 23 Nov 2015 15:36:56 +0000
> Subject: Response to complaint: reference 131-10147
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> Email: eribsskog@gmail.com
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> Complaint Reference : 131-101047
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> Dear Mr Ribsskog
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> Thank you for email correspondence of 28 October about your immigration
> matter.
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> Unfortunately, we are not able to accept your correspondence as a valid
> complaint at this time for the reasons stated below.  You can find more
> details on what we accept as a complaint in Chapter 3 of the complaints
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> www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/404202/complaint_management_guidance_version_7.pdf
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]
> Sent: 28 October 2015 10:20
> To: Public Enquiries (CD)
> Cc: Phso Enquiries; FN-sambandet Norge
> Subject: Complaint/Fwd: Problems with UK Border Agency
>
> Hi,
>
> I'm again writing to you about what happened, when I tried to seak asylum,
> in the UK, in 2009, (see the forwarded e-mail).
>
> When I wanted to seak asylum, then they, (a woman there), just took down a
> roller blind, right in front of my face.
>
> I then wrote to you, (the forwarded e-mail), to complain, (since I wasn't
> allowed to seak asylum).
>
> But with no success, my complaint didn't result in anything, (I have to
> say).
>
> But today, the Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet, has an article about this
> problem, in it's online edition.
>
> And e.g. an Italian citizen got asylum to Norway, (the article says).
>
> And the article also says that everyone has the right to get ones
> application processed.
>
> Something I was refused, (I was refused to even apply), in 2009, (and also
> later, after complaing, to the Home Office).
>
> I thing I must have been harrased, by the Home Office, from 2009 and till
> today then, (thats for six years).
>
> After I applied for asylum, I was several times thrown out of my home, (both
> in Liverpool and in Sunderland), by UK police.
>
> In the end, (in 2014), I had to flee back to Norway, because the Jobcentre
> also messed with me, and I almost died from starvation and exhaustion, (I
> think), when the Police came and broke in to my flat, (something they did
> daily, in periods, in 2014, and also earlier, (from 2011 to 2014), the UK
> police would break in to my flat, and kidnap me, from time to time, which
> was shocking, I have to say).
>
> So I now live in Norway, but I'm still trying to stand up for my rights, so
> I want a big compensation, (in money), for this terrror against me, from the
> British government.
>
> Thanks in advance for sorting this!
>
> Erik Ribsskog
>
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Erik Ribsskog
> Date: Thu, Apr 30, 2009 at 11:37 AM
> Subject: Problems with UK Border Agency
> To: public.enquiries@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk
>
>
> Hi,
>
> I was at the Border Agency in Liverpool today, since I'm being persecuted by
> the Norwegian Government, by some mafia or gladio that's under their
> control, due to that my grandfather, Johannes Ribsskog, offended someone in
> the Gerhardsen and Stoltenberg-families, in the Norwegian
> Arbeiderpartiet-party, it seems, from what I've been told.
>
> I've also been persecuted in Britain, I was harassed when I worked for
> Bertelsmann/Microsoft, and the Police and the IPCC and you at the Home
> Office, have been 'messing' with me, in a case that's now at the Prime
> Ministers Office.
>
> I've also been recieved funny letters, threat-letters, this year, from
> Germany and Liverpool, while I have been staying in Liverpool, with strange
> drawings, and the German one had a strange pyramide, so this could be some
> Illuminati-stuff etc.
>
> I had an agreement to claim asylum in the UK, today, at 9 am.
>
> But, I was told, that one couldn't get asylum, if one were from a European
> country.
>
> But I think they must have meant the EU.
>
> But Norway aren't in the EU, and I tried to explain this, because, Norway
> and the UK, aren't the same country, since Norway aren't in the EU.
>
> So then it should be possible for me, to claim asylum, to the UK, in
> accordance to normal international principles and laws, I reckon.
>
> So I would please like to complain about your representative, and I hope you
> can sort this out, so that I can get asylum, since I'm being persecuted.
>
> (Why would they give me an appointment, if people from Norway can't claim
> asylum?
>
> I doesn't make any sense to me, I'm afraid).
>
> I hope you can sort this!
>
> Yours sincerely,
>
> Erik Ribsskog
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