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MEMORIAL FOR AN APPLICATION FOR AN ADVISORY OPINION BY MEMORIAL DAY

 

Afghanistan & Iraq v. USA HA-19-12-05

 

United Nations Hospitals & Asylums Peace Palace Year HA-2-11-04

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Request for the US Secretary of State to Apply to the ICJ for the Conclusion of the Military Occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan and Repatriation of Prisoners of War as a Controversial Case Settled by the Statements of Iraq and Afghanistan Supported by the Advice of the UN General Assembly and Human Rights Commission by Memorial Day 2006 for the 5th Draft of the Military Department (MD) to bring an end to war under Art. 26(1) (e)(n)(d) by contributing three Tribunals, independent to this Memorial, to the Registrar who also keeps the Archives of the Permanent Court of International Justice, entrusted to the present Court by decision of the Permanent Court of October 1945 (I.C.J. Yearbook 1946-1947, p. 26), and the Archives of the Trial of the Major War Criminals before the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg (1945-1946), entrusted to the Court by decision of that Tribunal of 1 October 1946; the Court authorized the Registrar to accept the latter Archives by decision of 19 November 1949.

 

(e) communicate to the government of the country in which the Court or a chamber is sitting, and any other governments which may be concerned, the necessary information as to the persons from time to time entitled, under the Statute and relevant agreements, to privileges, immunities, or facilities;

(n) for the International Court of Justice to have custody of the seals and stamps of the Iraq Tribunal, of the archives of the Tribunal, and of such other archives as may be entrusted to the PoW Detention Operations

(d) transmit to the parties copies of all pleadings and documents annexed upon receipt thereof in the Registry;

A. United Nations

 

1. Is the Secretary General of the United Nations willing to distribute this Memorial to the UN General Assembly for the drafting of an Advisory Opinion with the consultation of the Sixth Committee and the Registry?

 

2. Is the Secretariat of the United Nations willing to notify the Registry of the Court in regards to the printed version of the Constitution of Hospitals & Asylums Non Governmental Executive (temporarily corrupted hyperlinks) and overturn any discrimination that might exist in regards to the novel idea (particularly since the violation of the LII US Code) of hyperlinks (cross) referencing treaties and/or laws?

3. Is the Webmaster of the International Court of Justice willing to place title24uscode@aol.com in the Court list service knowledgeable that failure to report by January 2006 will result in the Courtís removal from the HA Members list and monthly service and that if concerned about being intercepted as an international communication by the US President the Court may contract with the Human Rights Committee or UN Publications for secure service that wonít be republished by HA without consent?

 

4. Is the First Committee for Disarmament and International Security willing to diplomatically address (a) the reduction of the US military budget to $300 billion from a fraudulent number close to $500 billion to make a balanced US budget a possibility; (b) The preparedness of Iraq Security Forces.(c) Establishing a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the region of the Middle East that is monitored in a report of the Secretary-General Regarding the risk of nuclear proliferation in the Middle East conscious that international US military bases often stockpile them. (d) Compliance of the US with the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty that requires the US disarm 800 to 1000 nuclear warheads every year to meet the 2,000 warhead limit for 2010 HA-11-5-5(e) the release and repatriation of prisoners of war under Art. 118 of the Third Geneva Convention to eliminate the bizarre war crime of using brainwashed prisoners to attack their kinfolk in Iraq as prohibited under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court and the US Declaration of Independence (f) the withdrawal of US occupying forces from Iraq and Afghanistan?

 

5. Is the Special Political and Decolonization Committee (Fourth Committee) willing to support the Implementation of the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples by addressing (a) the ownership of reconstruction contracts by Iraqi corporations and control by the Iraqi government (b) anti-corruption measures to eliminate colonial control by prohibiting intimidation, graft and bribery (c) ensuring that Iraq oil resources are fully owned by the State of Iraq and unencumbered with unfair debts and liens (d) ensuring that war and colonial profiteering by Iraqis is prohibited and unethical winnings are administrated to the poor?

 

6. Is the Economics and Finance Committee (Second Committee) willing to (a) ensure that international reparations to Afghanistan and Iraq are satisfactory to strengthens the coordination of humanitarian and disaster relief assistance (b) Shall make calculations for long term development debts to Afghanistan and Iraq for reconstruction and development after three decades of war preliminarily estimated at $100 billion a nation over 50 years?

 

7. Is the Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Committee (Third Committee) willing to mobilize the resources of the UN High Commissioner on Refugees and the Human Rights Commission for the maintenance of international peace and security in regards to the release and repatriation of prisoners of war from the detention centers held by the US to the custody of their states of origin as explained in this Memorial?These Committees should also see that the all the dead are accounted for nationally and as locally as possibly Ė all mortalities, all war casualties, civilian casualties and combatant casualties.

8. Is the Administrative and Budgetary Committee (Fifth Committee) willing to consider, at its resumed session in May each year, items relating to the financing of peacekeeping operations? Subject to the urgency of the matter, the Fifth Committee may consider the financing of a peacekeeping mission authorized by the Security Council at any of its sessions.The Fifth Committee is therefore ideally timed to bring this Advisory Opinion to conclusion on Memorial Day, 30 May 2005 and directed to count the real capital of the Multi National Forces that are obviously fraudulent accumulations of loans for the petty occupying commander to lay claim to more money than Iraq.This money is to be returned to the US Treasury for the payment of the US debt and the mission limited to dwindling as the result of troop withdrawals, as it is not only a money laundry but an arms trade and this is not investment capital any self respecting corporation, non governmental organization, government or UN Agency would sell shares for.The Fifth Committee shall call for the disclosure of the other Committees for their research and application for an Advisory Opinion from the International Court of Justice in May for the conclusion of the peace support of the General Assembly on Memorial Day.

B. United States of America

 

1. Is Hon. Anthony J. Principi willing to pay the author, Anthony J. Sanders, $6,500 annually for the biannual revisions of Chapter One: Military Department?

 

2. Is the Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice satisfied with this written proceeding to submit an application the International Court of Justice to guarantee the security for the State Parties?

 

3. Is the US Secretary of Defense going to uphold his promise to withdraw 20,000 troops from Iraq, ideally before 31 December 2005, now that the elections are over?

4. Is the USA willing to divide the USAID Bureau for Asia and the Near East (ANE) to the Bureau of Middle East & Central Asia (MECA) and the Bureau of South East Asia (SEA)?

5. Is the USA willing to rename the United States Court of International Trade (COITUS) to International Tribunal (IT) for the USA?

6. Does the USA admit that the use of force was excessive in Afghanistan in regards to the bombings?

7. Does the USA admit that the use of force in Iraq was initially unauthorized?

8. Is the USA willing to ratify the Declaration on the Protection of all Persons from Enforced Disappearance Adopted by General Assembly resolution 47/133 of 18 December 1992?

9. Is the USA willing to repatriate PoW to the detaining and literate trial and law abiding authority of their native country?

 

10. Does the US Senate wish to impeach the President, Vice President, Secretary of Defense and Director of DoD Detention Operations?

 

C. Afghanistan

 

1. Do the official representatives of Afghanistan feel secure in this application to the International Court of Justice?

2. Is Afghanistan willing to turn Osama bin Laden over to the International Court of Justice for a public trial that might lead to incarceration for the rest of his life in the USA?

3. Is Afghanistan secure enough in their relationship with the International Narcotics Board to establish a National Opium Agency to earn an estimated $2 billion annually and pay farmers market prices?

 

4. Is Afghanistan satisfied with the settlement or do they need another $10 billion?

 

D. Iraq

 

1. Do the official representatives of Iraq feel secure in this application to the International Court of Justice?

2. Is the Tribunal trying Saddam Hussein willing to determine true numbers of victims of his regime and try him with both proís and conís in both English and Arabic on the Internet?

3. Is the Tribunal trying Saddam Hussein willing to limit their sentencing to 25 years in prison as Serbia and Montenegro has done for their most serious crimes?

4. Is the Tribunal trying Saddam Hussein willing to devote some time to the liberation of Prisoners of War detained by the USA?

5. Is Iraq satisfied with the security situation enough to regulate the withdrawal of US occupying forces?

 

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Citation: Sanders, Tony J. Afghanistan & Iraq v. USA. 1st Draft 2 November 2005: Application for an Advisory Opinion Regarding the Application of Article 118 of the Third Geneva Convention relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War. 2nd Draft 19 December 2005: Memorial for an Advisory Opinion on Memorial Day 2006.www.title24uscode/Afghanistan&IraqvUSA.htm