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Norway, a mysterious country and the relations with USA and and so on

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#1 ess


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Posted 04 November 2013 - 10:17 PM

Some info about Norway.


A Norwegian guy by the name Trygve Lie (nice name) was the 1 General Secretary of the UN.


Norway is in fact one of the most important allies of USA regarding international surveillance (within island 9- maybe 5). This is why we are so silent when it comes to the recent NSA scandal. We have developed parts of software implemented in advanced surveillance technology agencies. One of this projects was called PUS and was designed explicitly for the purpose of surveillance of employees but designed for the purpose of "broader perspectives". 


Some of the story behind the started when Norway was not asked to sign FISA and UNSSOD and similar treaties in 1978. Norway was not seen as an satellite nation even though Norway was an established satellite nation since the late 50's and this made Norway to a "joker". Norway has sold information gathered from satellites and was eventually caught selling sensitive electronic information about USA to the Sudanese embassy for 50 mill around 1999. This lead to a silent conflict between Norway and USA for a few weeks until the agreement of the establishment of the echelon systems in Norway was made. This came with a high price because as you understand the Russians was not particularly happy about this and they refused to come to an agreement of dividing the ocean border for fishing and drilling in the very north of Norway until 2011. 


I guess not many out there knows that a Norwegian businesses called aker kværner is the architects of Guantanamo either? 


USA leased Norwegian intelligence to "control" the security of the Pentagon in early 00. It was a rumor among fellas that the task was to get access to the blueprints to the twin towers. Task was a success though.


In 2011 a Norwegian engineer by the name Christian Simensen explained what happens when molten aluminium mix with water.


And so in October we have the Norway spiral which is later said to be a defect bulava missile. But none seems to ask themselves if such a rocket malfunction would be visible on the night sky in an area of 150 000 km and when did the Russians start to test shoot bulava missiles over Norwegian territory? Some speculate that they could and it could be visible for such a distance on the 3 stage and that it was shot down by a torsion field. Do we really have such technology?


Obama accepted the prize in Oslo on December 10, 2009 the very next day as the "spiral" showed up on the morning sky.


Recently in the news it was published that the Norwegians joining SS (hirden) was too violent for the German SS during the 2 WW. The book with the names will be published soon, hopefully in English too. 


What do you peeps out here think about the matters?


Every constructive feedback is greeted!

Edited by ess, 04 November 2013 - 10:18 PM.

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