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[–] novictim 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Arjen Kamphui, Wikileaks IT guy/Security Specialist rented a Hotel room in Bodø then went on Hike on Aug20th.

Two days later, he then missed his Flight north to Trondheim scheduled for August22nd.

A "German" Sim Card was placed in Mobile Phone n August 30th in Stavanger. Clothing and survival vest was found by fishermen off the shore of Bodø. How does it happen that a phone goes missing along with the owner and then the clothes of the owner show up as does the cell phone but a fit, young guy, Arjen Kamphui, still remains missing? MURDER and ROBBERY.

My interpretation is that a Sim Card purchased in Germany was then used in Stavanger 10 days after the man disappeared. The German authorities should be able to tell us who owned or purchased the sim card or at least what location in Germany the purchase took place. Pay attention to that one. Was this a refugee center or a sim card handed out by the German state to "Syrian refugees"?

Bodø is 633 miles from Stavangar. A flight takes 5hours to go from Bodø to Stavangar.
Car travel would take 25hours. Train trip or bus from Bodø to Stavanger is about 28 to 30 hours. Ferry is 2 days, 17hours.

A search of the travel records, ticket purchases and video will show the killer on the train or bus or plane. Train is most likely.

To go from Bodø to Trondheim by air (which he missed) takes 2hours, 51minutes.

By car, it takes 10-11 hours and by bus or train it takes 9-11 hours. But Arjen Kamphui never got out of Bodø. He went for a hike and never was seen again. Stabbed to death and then dumped in the fjord is the most likely fate of this man. Was it an assassination by a paid Muslim migrant or was it just one of the many random murder-by-migrant going unreported all the time now?

Bodø has a population of 50,000. It is a REFUGEE housing location. See below this article from 2 years ago:

Norway to handpick 500 'elite' refugees for fast track integration into society and work.

Norway has decided to handpick 500 'elite' refugees who will be placed at super asylum centres where they will be given special language and culture training to help them integrate into society and into work, according to reports. The selected refugees will also be entitled to a performance-related cash bonus scheme when they progress in their training. However, they will have to sign motivational contracts and be prepared for tough demands on their performance. The first five super asylum centres will be opened by the end of the year in Oslo, Steinkjer, Larvik, Bodø and Kristiansand, with more centres to be opened in 2017, reports The Times. The centres will offer skilled migrants Norwegian language classes as well as culture and job training, and career counselling to help them find work as soon as possible. Defending the move, Sylvi Listhaug, the Minister for Immigration and Integration from the right-wing Progress Party said: "Setting up the centres is a key step in the government's drive to integrate the asylum seekers into our society." She said that those who have been selected will have to be prepared for tough demands on their performance. She said those who fail to live up to their part of the contract will be sent back to the normal asylum reception centres. "It is important to remember that integration is no quick fix. We want to be fair but for it to work we also have to make demands," Listahaug said.

Not all Norweigans support super asylum centres The proposal for 'super asylum centres' has drawn criticism, with some describing them as as an elite project for a tiny minority. Helga Pederson from the Labour Party said: "We need to integrate many thousands of people and this only tends to 500. It is not enough to tackle the huge integration challenge we are having." Similarly, Bård Vegar Solhjell, of the Socialist Left Party, described the move as a "very bad solution." He said: "The aim must be to give all who will probably be granted residence in Norway good integration from day one."

So what happened to our Wikileaks IT/Security specialist, Arjen Kamphui? He left his lodging in Bodø to go for a hike, never to be seen again as his body was dumped into the sea after his possessions were ransacked, phone stolen. The killer(s) then travelled to Stavangar and got around to checking out that phone they stole off that infidel names Arjen. They used their German sim card because it was free, given to them by the German state prior to hopping on transportation to Norway? Or was it a cash purchase?

From 2015

Norway Offers Migrants a Lesson in How to Treat Women (Stavanger, Norway/Norge)

SANDNES, Norway — When he first arrived in Europe, Abdu Osman Kelifa, a Muslim asylum seeker from the Horn of Africa, was shocked to see women in skimpy clothes drinking alcohol and kissing in public. Back home, he said, only prostitutes do that, and in locally made movies couples “only hug but never kiss.” Confused, Mr. Kelifa volunteered to take part in a pioneering and, in some quarters, controversial program that seeks to prevent sexual and other violence by helping male immigrants from societies that are largely segregated or in which women show neither flesh nor public affection to adapt to more open European societies. Fearful of stigmatizing migrants as potential rapists and playing into the hands of anti-immigrant politicians, most European countries have avoided addressing the question of whether men arriving from more conservative societies might get the wrong idea once they move to places where it can seem as if anything goes. But, with more than a million asylum seekers arriving in Europe this year, an increasing number of politicians and also some migrant activists now favor offering coaching in European sexual norms and social codes.

A course manual sets out a simple rule that all asylum seekers need to learn and follow: “To force someone into sex is not permitted in Norway, even when you are married to that person.” It skirts the issue of religious differences, noting that while Norway has long been largely Christian, it is “not religion that sets the laws” and that, whatever a person’s faith, “the rules and laws nevertheless have to be followed.” In Denmark, lawmakers are pushing to have such sex education included in mandatory language classes for refugees. The German region of Bavaria, the main entry point to Germany for asylum seekers, is already experimenting with such classes at a shelter for teenage migrants in the town of Passau.

Norway, however, has been leading the way. Its immigration department mandated that such programs be offered nationwide in 2013, and hired a nonprofit foundation, Alternative to Violence, to train refugee center workers in how to organize and conduct classes on sexual and other forms of violence. The government provided funding for two years to pay for interpreters for the classes and is now reviewing the results and whether to extend its support. “The biggest danger for everyone is silence,” said Per Isdal, a clinical psychologist in Stavanger who works with the foundation, which developed the program Mr. Kelifa attended in Sandes. Many refugees “come from cultures that are not gender equal and where women are the property of men,” Mr. Isdal said. “We have to help them adapt to their new culture.” The first such program to teach immigrants about local norms and how to avoid misreading social signals was initiated in Stavanger, the center of Norway’s oil industry and a magnet for migrants, after a series of rapes from 2009 to 2011. Henry Ove Berg, who was Stavanger’s police chief during the spike in rape cases, said he supported providing migrants sex education because “people from some parts of the world have never seen a girl in a miniskirt, only in a burqa.” When they get to Norway, he added, “something happens in their heads.” He said, “there was a link but not a very clear link” between the rape cases and the city’s immigrant community. According to the state broadcaster, NRK, which reviewed court documents, only three of 20 men found guilty in those cases were native Norwegians, the rest immigrants. The claim that refugees and immigrants in general are prone to commit rape has become a main rallying cry of anti-migrant activists across Europe, with each case of sexual violence by a newcomer presented as evidence of an imported scourge. (cont) etc etc

Finally, Germany gives cell phones to Migrants via NGO groups funded by Government:

Norwegians do not just go around killing European hikers or anyone else for that matter. Invaders do. Murder in Norway is RARE or wold be if not for the importation of Infidel-Killing Muslims.

So we have a Muslim murderer just based on the odds. The only question in my mind is this: Was it a random act or was the killer paid to murder Wikileaks IT guy, Arjen Kamphui ? The fact that the cell phone was stolen and then attempted to be used suggests that this might have been a random murder. But it could be that the cell phone was turned on just for the purpose of copying the contacts on the phone.

I look forward to hearing what the German Government has to say about the Sim card. Oh, they probably will drop that and we will hear nothing.

[–] viperguy [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Thank you for your amazing contribution and thoughts.