I did not receive any email of a telephone call from the Courts by 5.00 pm today, which I interpret to me as having dismissed the Appeal endorsing the I am a mental patient of the National Health Service to have to take the presecribed anti-psychotic, ant-depessant and mood-stabilising medications of risperidone, sertraline and depakote. There is to be no refund of the £4170 paid in Costs to the Defendant, let alone the £55,000 that I believe I should have been paid by the University of Greenwich in 1998 as severance payment. Other such Claims against Tesco, Shell and Sainsburys are also dismissed under the 21 June 2021-dated Court Order from District Judge Lightman at the Central London County Court. I do not have the will, the energy, the money or any other objective to go on with this matter and so have to accept it as defeat that I could not persuade the authorities of the United Kingdom that my religion of Hinduism was superior in truth to what the State fosters. We Hindus are therefore second-class citizens when we chose to come into this country and still wish to practice our religion in any meaningful manner than just pay lip-service in temples worshipping a chosen deity and celebrating festivals such as Navaratri and Diwali.
Which means basically that in order to make any kind of mark in my life to enable me to engage in society I should abandon my religion altogether, and not fight to demonstrate it. That is the rajasic truth-accommdational course to take. For we have to survive, have holidays, socialise and engage politically, by taking part in elections not as a candidate putting forward non-secular beliefs that the Conservative Libertarian Party of the United Kingdom (https://theconservativelibertarianpartyoftheunitedkingdom.com) has put forward in its original and revised Constitution, but with me getting as close to my ideals by voting for the Liberal Democrats of which I am a member, by engaging with 38 Degrees and Liberty of which I am also a member, and go on from there.