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Email to foreign “authorities” today

I have had very special challenges since 2011 because of Norwegian stupidity. The good thing is that at least … authorities knows that I have not been a … agent. Don’t need to say more I believe..

We now live in an international community and it is not against the law for me to send you an email concerning works realted to my own intellectual property. I sent an email in 2015 to the Russian Federation concerning a sports project I worked on between 2005 and 2011, and short time after I was forcefully admitted to a psychiatric hospital by what I believe was corrupt health care people (as a result of provocations possibly by US secret service and mentally ill Norwegians) After the summer 2017 I have worked on new ideas relating to the same project and wonder if… is interested in information about it when I have completed it.

I think … seems to be “everywhere” and Norwegians too paranoid so I wonder if maybe … is a good country for me to find interest for my projects.

I have had a problem for years because someone has stolen and sabotaged data from my private pc in Norway, and I’m very annoyed by that, and therefore consider sharing my ideas with companies or sports authorities abroad. I dont like working in Norway if people without my permission spies on and abuses my work and also try to take credit for it.

Let me know if you want me to send my paper to you when I have completed it…

With regard to my past experiences in Norway I wish no collaboration with any other Norwegian at this time on these ideas, simply because I know someone in Norway have tried to pull strings, steal and ruin my work for a long time.

Anyway, would be happy if you are interested in my new ideas I have worked on, but important that other Norwegians are not involved. The same applies to people from the US and other nations.

You can find information about the project I worked on between 2005-2011 on www.oponentus.com

Kind regards
Christian Morten Borge

By | 11 October, 2018 |