Mail 15-08-2022. Time. 14.24
Kommunikation • email@example.com
Justitsministeriet • firstname.lastname@example.org
<NSJ@politi.dk> • email@example.com
Statsministeriet • firstname.lastname@example.org
Jura og Forretning • email@example.com
Postkasse – Klagesagsafdelingen • firstname.lastname@example.org
Morten Ulrik Gade • email@example.com
Philip Baruch • firstname.lastname@example.org
Kristian Ambjørn Buus-Nielsen • email@example.com
Dan Terkildsen Lundgren Advokater • DAT@lundgrens.dk
Casper Dam Olsen • Casperfirstname.lastname@example.org
And a few more have received this email, to get a handle on the problem of cronyism and corruption in Denmark.
What are you going to do about it? ?
Do you want to go against the legislation you yourself have adopted must apply to everyone, or do you want to make a hasty decision that the law should not apply to Danish banks.
Do something, this is a scandal and it is your responsibility that Denmark does not suffer from having covered up criminal Danish banks.
Is that how it is. ? or who is a problem.
While you are probably squirming for not answering me, and will not deal with my accusation against Jyske Banks A/S for being behind organized crime.
So I ask you all here.
And simply because you ignore and refuse to talk to me, because you know and are familiar with the fact that I myself have investigated Jyske Bank A/S for organized crime, and found evidence that here several people together in association helped Jyske Bank A/S with fraud.
It is not without reason that I mention Supreme Court Judge Kurt Rasmussen, District Court Judge Søren Ejdum, Philip Baruch Lund Elmer Sandager lawyers, and Dan Terkildsen Lundgren’s lawyers, as well as the rest of you for passively covering up Jyske Bank’s criminal offenses by opposing my legal certainty.
When Lars Rohde Danmarks National Bank has found a time when I can personally hand over my credentials to Danmarks Nationalbank.
When presenting my documents and evidence, I will also refer to where in the law it is written as being a criminal act that Jyske Bank A/S is behind.
The question is simply whether the Danish state as a whole is prepared to increase legal certainty for the individual citizen in Denmark, in order to be able to cover up criminal Danish banks in that way.
If this is your choice, support my emails in which I accuse Denmark of being a banana republic, i.e. a country governed by corruption and cronyism.
Which of you will be the first to distance yourself from the use of corruption in Denmark, and who will be involved in fighting the banks that deliberately and dishonestly use document forgery, mandate fraud, exploitation, bribery, fraud in order to earn more money for the bank’s shareholders.
If there are some of you who want to claim that I, Carsten Storbjerg Skaarup, am lying.
And if you are right, then I am the one committing a criminal offence, but if what I say and write about Jyske Bank A/S is true.
Then you all have a problem if you continue to undermine the legal certainty of those who are exposed to fraud by a Danske Bank.
In my view, you are complicit, or have some responsibility, if you cover up crime, so that a criminal or a crime cannot be stopped.
Yes, I have been informed that this is political, and when it is political, the citizens of Denmark who are exposed to crime, as carried out by Jyske Bank A/S, can do nothing.
The case is frivolous, as a bribe has been used to oppose my legal certainty.
I have written many times that Jyske Bank exposed the wrong person to the bank’s fraud, and they must therefore take the consequences for having been discovered.
That the Danish State, by the authorities including, the Ministry of Justice, the employees of the Courts Agency, the Minister of State, the Minister of Finance, the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority, the government, the judicial committee and others, all together since at least 1 May 2019. have allowed a victim of organized crime, and to be without justice.
Just because the Danish state, and public institutions collaborate and use this bank Jyske Bank A/S by CEO Anders Christian Dam.
If you yourself cannot see that Denmark is facing a scandal, because the authorities themselves have helped to cover up Jyske Bank’s criminal offences, then it is a matter of course that I will be forced to sue Denmark for violating my human rights, as I have claims to get the legal certainty described in the law, without facing corrupt lawyers and judges.
Then you have a problem, it is possible that I alone cannot stop the corruption which is clearly contributing to the breakdown of law and justice in Denmark, as members of the Courts Agency are contributing to the problem.
You know I won’t stop, regardless of whether I can’t stop this camaraderie where you all shut up, even though the only thing I’ve tried since 2016 is to enter into dialogue and conversation.
But please note that I do not want to help Jyske Bank to be able to expose more customers to the same type of fraud that the bank has exposed me and my company to.
You can talk to me, that’s what I want, this should be able to be resolved by conversation, without Denmark having to be brought before the European Court by means of a complaint.
Talk to me, I’ve written and said it before, I am a nice guy, you just need to talk to me, and if this is a misunderstanding, then sort it out.
Here you have a copy of my diary per 15 August 2022. from the site www.banknyt.dk
And if you have any corrections, objections, denials, or something else you want us to talk about, this is a call for you to talk together and find out what went wrong.
If you think I don’t understand the laws and regulations that several of you yourself have been instrumental in creating, call me to a meeting and explain the law to me.
You know I would rather do something else than tease Jyske Bank and their management, now that they thought this was a JOKE.
My Youtube is an outstretched hand.
If I’m not right in what I write, why don’t you just talk to me.
Talk to me so I don’t have to make a complaint too, it’s too stupid that you just stick your heads deep in the ground, pretending there are no problems.
Carsten Storbjerg Skaarup