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Shantanu, see how much you could borrow

Shantanu, see how much you could borrow




Shantanu Panigrahi






Barclays UK




Thu, 21 Mar at 16:35


Dear Barclays Bank


This is a very timely notification for me as I am the Leader of the Conservative Libertarian Party of the United Kingdom ( who has just received a communication from its first committed voter (Vivek Mistry) for the party when we fight elections in the United Kingdom. Mr Mistry was finally persuaded of my arguments during a private messaging session on LinkedIn today.


Hitherto I had been apolitical but had advised people and political parties on how they should develop their policies with an overall goal in mind. But this commitment from Mr Mistry means that we can now forge forward with the measures that need to be taken to get the Party registered with the Election Commission.


It has been a struggle for me for the Establishment did not tolerate the focus that we Environmentalists place on the protection of the planet  with all its inhabitants. I spent decades trying to persuade them after studying the biological sciences complemented with Agricultural and Food development, the Ecology and Geology, in the process going through  the theories and agreeing with the Gaia hypothesis with a Post Graduate, post-Doctoral Diploma attained on Distinction on the issues, but it was frowned upon with the University of Greenwich dismissing me from my employment after I spent 18 years in my scientific career in the laboratory and in the field. The Conservative and Labour Prime Minister of Tony Blair did not adopt the environmental concerns in any meaningful way, so they privatised the Natural Resources Institute that had been part of the Civil Service on close to  100 years. As a consequence the staffing level reduced from nearly 400 to under 100 once the dust had settled in the University of Greenwich, and this has led to the remaining staff being lined up to work on superficiality in the Environmental field..


So from 1998 I went Freelance for the next 24 years working from home to find that one needed to be politically active to bring about the changes that are right for the world including for the United Kingdom. This led to the creation of the Foundation, The Conservative Libertarian Society (https:/ with its political offshoots, the Conservative Libertarian Party of the United Kingdom and The Conservative Libertarian Party of the USA.


There was tremendous opposition that I faced in doing so, in that I was placed in a mental hospital first in 2004 and again in 2008 and subsequently as my activism continued unabated, I was terrorised by the Establishment through the local Police Force by being arrested seven times since September 2021 for allegedly having stalked and sent malicious communications to individuals and institutions all of which was framed bogus suspicions and proven when I was finally exonerated on 19 March 2024, the Police itself having thrown out the allegations as preposterous following its investigations.


Be that as it may I survived and until this afternoon the Establishment continued to marginalise me out of the political process in that the Labour Party, the Conservative and Unionist Party, the main parties in Parliament currently do not let me become their members.


Sir it is one thing knowing what needs to be done in the government of the Nation and quite another to make it happen. The Administration is the government as one aspect of the Establishment with the other aspects being the Opposition parties in the United Kingdom. which are all part of the problem that we Environmentalists face. We have an Establishment of a nation, not a State with defined roles for individuals and institutions unfortunately currently.


I continue to make limited headway to further the goals of the Conservative Libertarian Society and the Conservative Libertarian Party of the United Kingdom despite this hindrance from the Establishment that I have faced. For we aim for a Global Society that all the countries of the world need to be part of. The United Nations has had its sell-by date as is evident from the terrible environmental degradational consequences of wars that have continued to being perpetrated by megalomaniacs of Russia in Ukraine and Israel in Gaza who acted with impunity only because they received the green light from the manner in which Iraq and Afghanistan were invaded by the United Kingdom and the United States of America, and Syria was bombed into fragments by Russia.


We therefore need to progress the work of the Society and our Party from our headquarters in the United Kingdom.


Unfortunately although I have tried hard to sell my 173 eBooks (, it has not happened.


Therefore I would like to take advantage of the loan that you are offering to begin our work officially.


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane



Kent ME8 0SL

United Kingdom

Tel: 07967789619


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