Corruption in Luxembourg Part I

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Corruption in Luxembourg Part I

Mon, 19/03/2012 - 16:56

As an aftermath of my victory against the Norwegian government in 2003, 2007 and 2008 where I negotiated the largest private settlement (some € 7 million) between the Norwegian Government and any private individual (the so called Riis-case), and consequently received my tax-free part of the settlement (some € 650.000) of which was lawfully deposited into a savings account with Danske Bank International S.A. (the bank), the bank has in collaboration with Norwegian and Luxembourg government and their lawyer, Alex Schmitt, corrupted just about any authority available in those two countries to take back all our savings, and then have me and my family neutralized.

In this regard, the bank corrupted a bailiff in Luxembourg, Martine Lise, and asked her to declare to the Court of First Instance that she had summoned us to a court hearing of which Alex Schmitt had instigated in September 2011. Consequently Martine Lise declared to the court that she had served the summons on September 6 2011, and by this declaration she made herself an accomplice to serious financial crime. For a backdrop of the case, please read this article.

As you will see from viewing (download) this film clip of the whole incident, it becomes evident that Martine Lise did not serve any documents. On the contrary she states to us that she would not reveal her identity before we accepted her service, which we of obvious reasons could not do. For those of you who don’t understand your rights; any person, whether public, quasi public or private, has to identify herself/himself upon approaching any addressee.

In the film clip you will see bailiff Lise leaving our premises without identifying herself and without serving the documents. Some 16 days later the Court of First Instance in Luxembourg passed a secret decision by default, granting notary Francis Kesseler, another corrupt henchman of the bank and the Luxembourg legal system, to enforce three viewings on three consecutive Saturdays, followed by an illegal public auction.

Our lives are now about to be destroyed thanks to a corrupt bailiff, a corrupt lawyer, a corrupt notary, a corrupt bank and a legal system which is so corrupt that you will have a hard time finding similarities anywhere in the world. No wonder, Luxembourg is, after all, on of the biggest laundering machines that exists, and is thus more or less directly in control of (and liable for all damages and injuries in regards to) most wars and upheavals in the world. 

And if this isn’t enough, the Vice-President of the European Commission, the – so to speak – minister of justice of the European Union; Viviane Reding (herself a Luxembourger), has made her best efforts to conceal Luxembourg’s continuous violations of EU law and the ECHR. The reason seems to stem from her affiliation with the Danske Bank. In this regard see our letter to Reding of November 24 2011, which is based upon information that connects Reding to the bank. Reding never answered our request. One should then assume that Reding, as the Human Rights Minister of the EU, is assisting the bank in its corrupt and criminal activities, consequently covering up her own (or her family’s) affiliation with this criminal organisation and the Luxembourg authorities’ acceptance of financial crimes.

I will come back with an article on the bank’s specific illegal operations in Norway, but in the meantime please read this letter to different EU institutions, documenting the illegalities in Norway, and CSSF’s approval of the crime. This letter to the EU institutions should in itself be sufficient to halt any actions against us, as all the bank’s contracts have been provided to us under the umbrella of unauthorised and illegal business, hence regarded as null and void.

If you find this interesting, you should take a look at Antonio Flores blog about banks in Luxembourg, and their crime-raids in Spain, where the banks have aimed their attacks at pensioners.


Herman J Berge


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Read part II here

Read part III here

Read part IV here