On reflection on what I as the Founder of The Conservative Libertarian Society (TCLS) and its offshoots, The Conservative Libertarian Party of the United Kingdom and The Conservative Libertarian Party of the United States of America; this afternoon I have abandoned the idea that what I am is not a political animal but an investigative journalist. I have always been so from the time that I was engaged in basic Science for 18 years, and then literally abandoned it to move on to higher things from what I even then considered noddy work, or was it a self-prophetic words of mine that I had uttered.
As it turned out I had since 1998 gone through considerable experiences in what i now reflect on as the greatest country in the world in the United Kingdom for the facilities it has for any truth seeker to fulfil his innate desire to seek the truth. I have published all my works and these are available to anyone through the website: | https://www.theallurementofrealityinreview.com/shop The data was autobiographical and accumulated all the experiences that I went through with analytical endorsements that the readers may find of interest.
I had experience of spending time in mental hospitals on two occasions and being under Secondary care of the Community Mental Health Team in what is now Britton House in Gillingham Kent so learnt a lot about how the mind works, what causes paranoid schizophrenia and delusions and what one needs to overcome mental illness:
I discovered the Religion of Vishista Advaita Vedanta which I have summarised here:
I took part in politics and examined the Constitution of the United Kingdom and the operations of the European Court of Human Rights as well as the International Criminal Court through actual cases when what I was engaged in caught the attention of the State and I was arrested on 6 occasions on allegedly stalking and sending malicious communications.
All in all these experiences taught me that the lessons were the basic material on which I had conducted investigative Journalism as a continuing Scientist.
This is what the TCLS now wishes to do, impartially commenting on world affairs and environment and humanities.