What is the most important thing you have done?

It is ‘standing up to the monolithic power of a Government(s)’. I have had to stand firm in the face of extreme abuse of power by UK and Australian Government Agencies who condemned my right to write of the World as I saw and see it.

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It is ‘standing up to the monolithic power of a Government(s)’. I have had to stand firm in the face of extreme abuse of power by UK and Australian Government Agencies who condemned my right to write of the World as I saw and see it.

It is not easy to do so when you are alone with no help. Governments are ruthless and completely non-transparent and even more so when they are able to bully a person who only has his self-respect and belief in himself as protection.

The ‘contortion of circumstance’ they manufactured in an attempt to silence me was an Oscar deserving ‘Alice in Wonderland’.

Being threatened with the possibility of being put into a mental institution when there is nothing wrong with you is an absolute derogation of human rights by a system designed to scare you into silence.

I survived – and I have a letter confirming from a senior UK NHS doctor that there is nothing wrong with my mental health.

By attempting to silence me they have exposed their hypocrisy and total lack of accountability – that will change. That is what I have learned from their absolute failure in attempting to me stop me writing that they ‘must be held to account’. They are not as they believe they have become ‘God on Earth’.

It is important to me because one day I will face those Government(s) in a court of law.

On that day Government(s) will be taught a lesson. That lesson will be ‘There is only one legal system and it applies equally to all of us – including Prime Ministers and Presidents’.

https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-most-important-thing-you-have-done/answer/Desmond-Last