我妻子所在的妇女庇护所的网页上有一个关于虐待的描述：http:/ / www.kisif.no vold-og-mishandling /
Lie to the police about me you will suffer the
I warned my wife about lying to the police in an attempt to fraudulently
get a Norwegian residence permit by misusing the abuse provision section
53b of the immigration act. At a meeting with the family counselling
office the following sentence was translated by a human translator for
“I will not tolerate any lies, false information or false allegations
about me to the police or any other public authority. I am willing to
devote significant resources to dealing with people who make false
allegations. False claims about abuse to public authorities with the
intention of obtaining unlawful stay in Norway will lead to immediate
petition for divorce.”
This includes persons who encourage my wife to fabricate lies for
example her brother.
Why do I care about this? I care about my reputation!
I am educated as a vernepleier. This is a profession equivalent to a
nurse specializing in work with retarded and handicapped persons. During
my career I have become fairly well-known and respected among my
colleagues. In the 1970s I was involved in struggling for the rights of
the handicapped people I work with to eat in restaurants without
discrimination, to go to school, go on vacations, etc. like the rest of
the Norwegian population. I’ve also been involved in protecting these
people from violence, improper psychiatric treatment, and unnecessary
and harmful medication. In 1989 I complained to the head doctors and
that ministry of health about physical violence and unnecessary
medication a retarded woman named Solveig was being subjected to. They
did not listen to me. I released videos I had secretly taken up of
physical violence to the media. This resulted in one of the largest
health sector scandals in history of Norway! (Sol saken)
The average person in this country is aware that sometimes women go to
the women’s shelter and make false accusations regarding abuse,
particularly in disputes where children are involved. False accusations
regarding abuse are an effective means to prevent contact between the
children and the father. But why would a woman without children choose
to live in a woman’s shelter unless she was actually abused? Very few
people know about paragraph 53b and will almost certainly come to the
conclusion that a woman without children living in the women’s shelter
is there because she has been subjected to some sort of serious abuse.
In April 2013 I told my wife I would divorce her. I had very many good
reasons for wanting a divorce. Unfortunately this left my wife with only
1. Return to China and continue working in the bank. Find another way to
manage the 250,000 loan on her apartment on her monthly salary of under
4000 and her brother’s debts.
2. Go to the women’s shelter and make false accusations about abuse.
Receive social welfare and assistance to find a job. (The other woman
mentioned earlier that Martha assisted in going to the women’s shelter
and making claims about abuse is earning 20,000 a month for nearly a
year now! Her case is still not decided by the police.)
Let us examine what kinds of abuse section 53b of the immigration act
was intended for.
The woman’s shelter where my wife is staying has a definition of abuse
on their web site http://www.kisif.no/vold-og-mishandling/hva-er-vold.html:
“The use of psychological and physical violence against other people,
•Assault with various objects
•Cutting or stabbing with a knife
• Drowning attempts
• Forced marriage
• Female genital mutilation (circumcision)
There are also numerous forms for sexual abuse. For example use of
physical force or threats.
Above is a link to a Norwegian newspaper article. This article describes
some of the horrific and disgusting abuse some women have been subjected
to. Some examples from the article:
1. A man invited his friends to his home to drink alcohol and take turns
raping his wife from Thailand.
2. According to the newspaper article “Many of the men rape regularly.
They lend their wives to their friends for sexual purposes “.
3. Some of the men keep their wives locked up and do not allow them to
use telephone or Internet.
I do not appreciate my reputation sullied by being accused of any of
these things. I have never abused my wife!
As I mentioned earlier very few are aware of the rules in abuse
provision paragraph 53b. They will almost certainly come to the
conclusion that I have abused my wife.