Let’s face it. Things Suck. If we are bullied, tormented and persecuted by the authorities, institutions and governments, we have very few avenues for recourse, and yet, it seems that the small claims (county) court might just be a beacon of a hope; a chance for redemption; an opportunity for salvation.
Having been denied for so long, we are finally in the process of filing a claim for disability discrimination, making use of the Equality Act 2010. We are currently reviewing the following literature:
Once again, we agree that it is quite tragic that we must resort to these measures and yet, the institional bias of supremacist collectives leaves us with few alternatives that are effective and viable, and so, in our desperation, we turn to the game they designed and naturally, mastered, in an attempt to gain some leverage and eventually, a possible advantage. IT reminds me of the sentiment echoed by Gatto when he observed that lawyers do our communicating for us, only, without legal air, now we do it all.
Equality Advisory Support Service (EASS)
Equality Advisory Support Service
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