We have always trusted government officials - as we live in a society based on trust, the fact that this does not become a state of consideration is worthy of strong criticism!
I have been exposed to many types of bad treatment by the authorities.
This one with PBE is intentional and deliberate, they know what they are doing.
That is why it is so ugly and punishable.
Here with getting the "wrong" passport, is it of the more innocent variety?
In any case, it is important to always try to cope with the situation as best as possible and never be rude and deceitful, even if the other party is.
The Scriptures also say that.
1 Pet. 2. 20 For what praise will you have if you are beaten and must suffer for your sins? But if you do good under pain and suffering, then it brings grace from God.
21 And to this you were called because Christ also had to suffer, and he went before as an example for you to follow in his footsteps.
22 For: 'He committed no sin, nor was there any deceit in his mouth.' ISA 53,9
23 When he was reviled, he did not revile again. When he suffered, he did not threaten, but left judgment to him who is just.
I got a Norwegian passport - then lost it - then it was best to get a Danish passport
Now the Planning and Building Agency is trying to drive us from the ground up
We have only done one thing, "blindly" proud of government officials.
When we built the shed, it was allowed to set up sheds and other things under 15 sq m without applying as we did.
When we built the wall, we had been in contact with PBE on several occasions, and had been guided on how to build our wall.
When I was growing up, it was on our construction site with approx. 20 houses 2 sheriffs there.
Both were great, and of course.
We got to know them very well.
One of these helped me several times in adulthood.
Just wonderful with him and most of the people I've dealt with throughout my life.
But is it the case that these also make mistakes?
Then it is important that you try to make the best out of the situation, not the worst!
Got a Norwegian passport at the sheriff's office in Skudeneshavn on Karmøy
I went down to the Sheriff's Office and said I needed a passport.
I got that straight away, without any hesitation.
I think this was in 1985 or thereabouts.
Then the years passed, and around 1990 when I had both moved to Oslo and was married.
Suddenly the police stormed our apartment on Vestli.
(We then lived at Vestli Nord in Oslo.)
Where several police officers and women forced their way into the apartment.
I have written the following about this in this article:
Around 1990, the Oslo police stormed our apartment and entered where I was standing naked after showering. My wife opened the door, and they forced their way in with great force and took away my passport, the Norwegian one.
I am both a Danish and Norwegian citizen, have dual citizenship.
Their claim that I was a so-called illegal immigrant was nothing but a lie! The passport was taken away and I was supposed to get you back, which I never did.
Then the police station was located at Økern, the one located today at Stovner, talk about thugs from the police here in Oslo.
(end of quote.)
The truth was that I wasn't really Norwegian, only Danish.
I have subsequently applied for Norwegian citizenship. That the police chamber in Skudeneshavn had given me a Norwegian passport. It was of course that I had grown up there and they knew me. That I was then legally not Norwegian, only Danish. I was not aware of that at the time, and neither were the police. They didn't even check, got passports without being checked obviously. So today I am both Norwegian and Danish.
Something I have really been all my life as I was born in Denmark and have a Danish father and a Norwegian mother.
Here the sheriff's office in Skudeneshavn on Karmøy made a big splash!
They gave a Norwegian passport without being a Norwegian citizen.
What did I do then?
It was quite unpleasant to be stormed by the police when I was naked in the shower after having just come home from training.
Of course I had to make the best of the situation.
Although the police did not keep their word and contacted me as agreed.
Then I found out that I was only Danish, not Norwegian.
Then I went to the Danish consulate, I think I remember with my Danish personal identification number and I think I also had a baptismal certificate from Thyborøn church.
I got a Danish passport. Then I applied for Norwegian citizenship, which of course I got straight away as I also had all the rights to be Norwegian.
So that today I am both Norwegian and Danish legally.
This is how the public authorities should and should also have done here with the wall.
It should have been searched from the beginning, but the PBE guided us to build without searching.
When this did not happen, one must then try to make the best of the situation,
Not the worst that PBE is now doing against us!
The entire PBE and the public sector are strongly against it how we handled a very sad situation.
I solved and tried to solve this in the best possible and gentle way.
What does PBE and the public do against us when things have not gone quite as they should?
Make things as bad as possible and punish!
The entire agency and the public appear to be inhumane and irrational!
Tragic, sad and alarming!
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