Shantanu's Humanology

The State organises services that people can live with to accommodate themselves to the requirements of the State.

Essential to a well developed and well endowed state are two crucial needs. 

These are personal solicitors if one is single for all intents and purposes and family solicitors if one is married.

Similarly, one needs personal doctors if one is single for all intents and purposes and family doctors if one is married.

25 October 2019 Update:

One also needs a personal psychiatrist as I have asked the Samaritans, as follows:

Re: [filtered] Re: Independence etc4

Yahoo/Inbox

Shan Panigrahi

To:jo@samaritans.org Cc:Raymond Coker,PALMER Julie (KENT AND MEDWAY NHS AND SOCIAL CARE PARTNERSHIP TRUST),Rashmi Panigrahi,Prakash Bajpai

25 Oct at 08:02

Dear Jo

1. I do not know for certain if the rules under which the Samaritans operate allows you to make my concerns known to the Consultant Psychiatrist Dr Odesanya but I would recommend this change because patients are led to believe that you are associated with the Care Plan that is handed out by the Mental Health authorities as it says contact the Samaritans for emotional support. This may be because the Psychiatrist do not have time to listen to the day to day developments in the patients lives. This is what I recommend to the Charity Commission investigating the Samaritans. You should have contact with the Mental Health authorities on a daily basis because they do not entertain email correspondence in this modern age. So the Psychiatrist is informed as a personal friend of the patient to sit on his couch whenever it is required. I am willing to pay the National Health Service for this arrangement as I do not feel that Dr Odesanya is looking after me like that due to the fact that his hands are tied by the rules under which he operates.

2. As far as my deluded mind is able to fathom, people may have been duplicitous towards me; see this shameful saga with the Indian government:

Independence etc5

Yahoo/Inbox

Shan Panigrahi

To:Prakash Bajpai Cc:Dr Sivaji Panesar,Passport Section

24 Oct at 18:44

Dear Prakash Bajpai guruji

I hope you are ok and I am sorry to pressurise you into an early decision from the Government of India on my Person of Indian Origin Application or better still the Indian Passport to be issued again from the High Commission of India as discussed. I have received this email from a Professor Ray Coker (former Natural Resouces Institute colleague) with advice and setting out the situation from the United Kingdom's point of view. My own complaints against the United Kingdom State are attached: see ToManagedDivorceccShahRashmiCLCountyCourtDenisRoss24Oct2019.docx.

Happy Diwali

Thanks

Shantanu Panigrahi

3. After another evening of thoughts exchanged with Rashmi and in view of the intransigence of the Indian government, I feel that I am cooked up in the United Kingdom because Royal Mail are now making excuses that my YZ330724D National Insurance Number is not acceptable to them with the documents that were scrutinised on 8 October interview by two interviewees and considered acceptable. I have said to our daughter Shantirupa Panigrahi that I did not wish to disrupt her life with Rashmi through a divorce and so will go to a bedsit or to the mental hospital preferably than suffer without sight of any improvement in medications dispensed upon me for my illness.

4. So I do suffer from an incurable disorder so the only question is whether I can continue to live in the Community and be managed by my Carer through Dos and Donts. Rashmi's has been supportive overnight but I am still smoking and am concerned about my physical health as part of my delusions. I regard all people as my enemies unless they prove otherwise. Ray Coker has yet to prove himself that he is genuinely supportive of my attempts to rehabilitate myself in the Community through a job or even a career in Natural Resources Management.

5. As things stand the only way I can make my mental deluded mind's workings clear to Dr Odesanya is through the KMPTPALS as a 'complaint'. Hence I am copying this email to Julie Palmer as I do not believe that we are adhering to the 20 September 2019 Care Plan as set out by this good man.

6. Please stay in touch with me: I need to speak to you over the telephone as well so if you are agreeable to this suggestion and your rules allow you to phone me I have given my Mobile Phone number here.

7. There must be an end to my personal suffering as there is no God for me to give me happiness and bliss as the Hindus delude themselves with.

Yours sincerely

Shantanu

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619

On Friday, 25 October 2019, 00:56:58 BST, wrote:

Shantanu, reading through our recent email correspondence I am struggling to see how we are helping you. Perhaps I am just missing something. It would be a big help to me if you could tell me what you want from your contact with Samaritans, and let me know to what extent we are giving you what you want and how we could improve.

Thanks.

Jo --------------------------------------------------------

Samaritans provides confidential emotional support for people experiencing feelings of distress and despair, including those which could lead to suicide. Our mailbox is read every day by trained volunteers, all using the name 'Jo'. Messages are read and we aim to reply within 24 hours. Samaritans is a registered charity, number 219432. It is the co-ordinating body for the 201 branches in the UK and Republic of Ireland. A trained Samaritan volunteer from one of these 201 branches has written this email. You can contact Samaritans by telephone by calling 116123 from the UK or Republic of Ireland; calls from landlines or mobile phones in the UK and Republic of Ireland are free of charge and the call will not be itemised on your phone bill. You can also text Samaritans in the UK on 07725 909090 or on 0872 60 90 90 from the Republic of Ireland; text messages will be charged at your normal text rate. Should you prefer to write a letter, our address is Freepost RSRB-KKBY-CYJK, PO Box 9090, Stirling, FK8 2SA. For more information about Samaritans visit: www.samaritans.org. Our privacy statement can be found here: https://www.samaritans.org/privacy-statement ========================================================

28 January 2020 Update:

The State requires a good Police Force that is well equipped with knowledge of the constitution and law. In the United Kingdom this is not the case, as the following correspondence shows:

Anxiety, Depression and Suicidal Thoughts3

Yahoo/Inbox

Shan Panigrahi

To:jo@samaritans.org 28 Jan at 22:16

Dear Jo

The thought occurred to me momentarily that it was better that I die, then I thought that God Sri Krishna has created Brahman Nature, and it is assumed by me to be a perfect creation in that one does not need to seek the Almighty's guidance and support to withstand all the perceived persecution that I have endured. So I continue on with my life until its natural end. But there is far too much evil in Brahman-Nature right now on Earth that is not only destroying the world through man-made disasters on the environment and in the mental dispositions of sattvic and rajasic truth-led persons with no one to punish and disable the tamasic truth led criminals who dominate the world.

I am powerless to do anything more than to highlight these criminalities in mankind that is detrimental to biodiversity and peace of mind of human beings except to Blog my knowledge in the hope that someone will know that it is us who are the dinosaurs now destroying the planet and Sri Krishna is perturbed by it. Brahma can only guide peacefully which means non-violently guiding the adherents into individual choices that educates. I do not believe in protesting in the streets or getting the support of more powerful people than myself to aid my struggle for justice. I have a Hearing that I will attend on 3 April 2020 at 2.00 pm to see if I get a Judge who will finally listen to me and direct the Prime Minister Boris Johnson to mend his ways such that if he does not comply, he would be thrown out of Parliament.

If the Queen is above the law and is the overall dictator of the United Kingdom, that will emerge from the Judgment of the Court, and she be persuaded to abdicate in favour of Prince Charles who appears more level headed on environmental matters than she is.

From my Wordpress Blog that the State disabled the details would have been known to the Judge that I had asked for the Queen to be dethroned for her intransigence in dealing with the culprits and parasites of society, and that issue will be raised at the Hearing by me, if the law permits the issue to be recorded in Court proceedings and judged upon.

So I may be depressed but I am still determined that if I survive another day, I will make my voice count in so far as this can be done peacefully. I am not a Republican if the Monarch is simply a figure-head signing on the dotted Assent line to all the actions of the Parliamentary Executive, but the monarch should not be above the law in that he or she cannot face impeachment by Parliament or dethronement through the Court of Law.

As things stand, the Police are taking no action to following through the promise of the following letter that I would get appropriate compensation financially and/or see that the overall Ruler of the Country faces justice 22 years after I wrote a petition to her in Buckingham Palace which she passed on to the Lord Chancellor instead of the then Prime Minister to deal with. She is simply not fit for purpose in a democracy. We do not have to put up with her judgments and decisions especially on how the other members of the Royal Family should abandon their individual independent preferences (Prince Andrew and Prince Harry come to mind) just so that her reign is preserved unendingly as she approaches a century of incompetence in looking after the State's affairs.

From:

Kent Police

PSE Alison Goldsmith

Management Secretary

North Division

National non-emergency Tel No: 101

Direct Dial: 01634 792531

Ref 113/2020

23rd January 2020

PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL

Dr Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Dear Dr Panigrahi

Thank you for your letter regarding your concerns over the assistance your have received from Canada House.

Your correspondence has been passed to DI Suiling Chan and she will make contact with you in due course.

Kent Police are committed to meeting public expectation on service delivery and we aim to respond to all letters regarding our service levels within 20 working days.

Yours sincerely

(Signed)

Alison Goldsmith

Management Secretary

North Division

Medway Police Station,

Purser Way,

Gillingham,

Kent ME7 1NE

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There is therefore a need for revolutionary thinking on the part of all citizens of the United Kingdom to bring sense to how the nation progresses from hereon now that the fundamental principle of foreign policy has been sorted out with the United Kingdom's departure from the European Union.

Thank you for providing this safe place to vent my thoughts of depression and anxiety and suicidal thoughts that led me to contact you several months ago but it all ended up with no resolution. There is a saying that you can take a horse to water but you cannot make it drink the water. That is the situation of the Establishment that citizens have to contend with.

Shantanu

On Tuesday, 28 January 2020, 21:41:47 GMT, jo@samaritans.org wrote:

Dear Shantanu,

Thank you for your message. No ,we have not been following you on twitter . We do not follow any of our callers on social media. You have headed your message "Anxiety ,Depression and Suicidal thoughts ". From reading your messages to us and correspondence, we understand that you have had treatment concerning your mental health and are currently on various medications. We wondered if you were feeling suicidal at present and if so, whether you would like to talk to us about that. This is a safe place to talk about such feelings.

take care

Jo

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Samaritans provides confidential emotional support for people experiencing feelings of distress and despair, including those which could lead to suicide. Our mailbox is read every day by trained volunteers, all using the name 'Jo'. Messages are read and we aim to reply within 24 hours. Samaritans is a registered charity, number 219432. It is the co-ordinating body for the 201 branches in the UK and Republic of Ireland. A trained Samaritan volunteer from one of these 201 branches has written this email. You can contact Samaritans by telephone by calling 116123 from the UK or Republic of Ireland; calls from landlines or mobile phones in the UK and Republic of Ireland are free of charge and the call will not be itemised on your phone bill. You can also text Samaritans in the UK on 07725 909090 or on 0872 60 90 90 from the Republic of Ireland; text messages will be charged at your normal text rate. Should you prefer to write a letter, our address is Freepost RSRB-KKBY-CYJK, PO Box 9090, Stirling, FK8 2SA. For more information about Samaritans visit: www.samaritans.org. Our privacy statement can be found here: https://www.samaritans.org/privacy-statement ========================================================