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To amend Chapter 5 Columbia Institution for the Deaf, to amend Title 22 Foreign Relations and Intercourse (a-FRaI-d) to Foreign Relations (FR-ee), to change the name of the Court of International Trade of the United States (CoITUS) to Customs Court (CC), to amend Title 6 of the United States Code, Title 6 of the Federal Code of Regulations and the name of the Department of Homeland Security to “Customs”, to change the name of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to Naturalization Service (USNS), to reduce the price of a work visa to a $500 tax withholding, to sell state IDs drivers licenses and passports at equal price to those who are born, naturalized or at some state of naturalization in the United States, and issue special travel documents for genuinely stateless persons under common articles 26-29 of the Conventions Relating to the Status of Refugees and Stateless Persons of 1951 and 1954 respectively, to settle claims for compensation with a Palestine Supreme Court, to limit all foreign military finance in excess of $1.5 million for the state department half and terminate military financing for Israel and other human rights offenders, to abolish State Department International Narcotic Control and School of the Americas, to transfer all $6 billion annual in misspent state department military and international drug enforcement finance to fund the UN, to sell surplus assets of the state department, to levy a 6% gas, oil, coal and electricity export tax, to patrol the NOAA Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Anomaly chart, to regulate oceanic hydrocarbon heating and cooling pumps and cloud seeding, to support the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030 having achieved the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) 1990-2015, to adopt the 1982 Law of the Sea in conjunction with both the 1992 Framework Convention on Climate Change and 1992 Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and Optional Protocol thereto pertaining to the export of genetically modified organisms, to pass the European Constitution to justify their Prosecutor and negotiate with the Euro for all its north-south axis, to require NATO members pay reparations to their civilian victims at U.N. Compensation Commission rates, to change the name of UN Office of Drugs and Crime (ODC) to Office of Crime (OC), to abolish the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) supervised Justice Department prohibition and police bribery under the Slavery Convention of 1926, to create from the Treasury Alcohol, Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (ATTTB) an Alcohol, Tobacco and Marijuana (ATM) Bureau. to reform voting in the Bretton Woods institutions to a one person one vote system, to use the IMF Special Drawing Right (SDR) as the international reserve currency, to appreciate developing nation currencies, to immediately legislate a completely voluntary UN contribution – suggested donation 1-2% of income for publication on IRS form 1040 with national accounting by the Treasury and State Departments for United Nations Approval (UNA) Official Development Assistance (ODA), to pay 1.2 billion people $1.25 a day, $547 billion plus $274 billion for current programs totaling $821 billion UN administration as early as 2020 up from +/-$188 billion 2015 and pay 65 million refugees and internally displaced people $38.75 a mo., $30 billion FY 2017, settle compensation, elect a Secretary, and ratify a Statement of the United Nations (SUN)

 

Be the Democratic-Republican (DR) two-party system abolished, referred to the United Nations Assembly (UNA)

1st ed. Election Day 4 November 2003, 2nd 20 December 2004. 3rd 20 September 2005, 4th 20 September 2006, 5th 6 August 2007, 6th 31 August 2009, 7th 16 September 2010, 8th 20 September 2011, 9th 20 September 2012, 10th 14 October 2015, 11th 24 July 2016

 

1. Columbia Institution for the Deaf 24 US Code §231-250 was established on February 16, 1857 by An Act of Congress signed by President Abraham Lincoln. The school for the deaf became the teaching hospital of Howard University Medical School in 1868 when the law was abolished and school was renamed Gallaudet University and is endowed as Education for the Deaf at 20USC(55)II§4357. I am running for Commissioner of Social Security under the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (2006) to make the Social Security Amendments of January 1, 2016 HA-6-6-16 public law (P.L.) and balance the federal budget FY 2017. The best available calculus indicates that the DI tax rate must raised from 1.80% to 2.40% in 2016, go down to 2.30% in 2017 and 2.20% in 2018 when the fluctuating statistical cost of disability that should stabilize at 2.2% of the taxable payroll in 2018 when all the baby boomers at their peak rate of disability have retired at age 62. The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 has convinced the Actuary to temporarily reallocate the DI tax rate to 2.37% until 2019 under 26USC§6663. This is theoretically insufficient to pay for the loss of a 3% COLA (cost-of-living adjustment) 2016 and the Actuary, Commissioner and Trustees must pay their faultless beneficiaries to avoid conviction for deprivation of relief benefits under 18USC§246 and mandatory underpayment Sec. 204(c) of the Social Security Act 42USC§404(c) right away.  Sec. 10 of the Social Security Amendments of January 1, 2016 is written 'To legislate a new ‘United Nations Contribution: 1% to 2% of income suggested’ row on IRS form 1040 HA-6-6-16. United States taxpayers might contribute enough to pay 65 million refugees and internally displaced people the international poverty line income of $1.25 a day, $38.75 a mo., $30 billion FY 2017, settle UN compensation rates at the Palestine Supreme Court and in FY 2018 convert all international security assistance from violation of the Arms Control Export Act to Official Development Assistance FY 2018.  The United States would probably need to contribute more than 0.7% of the GDP to pay 1.2 billion people living below the poverty line, $1.25 a day, $547 billion a year plus $274 billion for current programs totaling $821 billion UN administration as early as 2020 up from +/-$200 billion 2015

 

 

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2. As of 2015 there are now 7.2 billion people on the planet, roughly 9 times the 800 million people estimated to have lived in 1750, as the start of the Industrial Revolution.  The world population continues to rise rapidly, by around 75 million people per year.  Soon enough there will be 8 billion by the 2020s, and perhaps 9 billion by the early 2040s.  These billions of people are looking for their foothold in the world economy.  The poor are struggling to find the food, safe water, health care, and shelter they need for mere survival.  Those just above the poverty line are looking for improved prosperity and righter future for their children.  Those in the high-income world are hoping that technological advances will offer them and their families even higher levels of wellbeing.  In short, 7.2 billion people, with a GWP of $90 trillion, are looking for economic improvement.  There are roughly 1.2 billion people still living below the World Bank’s current poverty line of $1.25 per person per day; reduced from 1.9 billion people in 1990.  In East Asia, around 20 percent of the total population, or 250 million people, are still in extreme poverty, even though East Asia has enjoyed by far the fastest decline of extreme poverty of any region, in conjunction with its remarkably high rate of economic growth.  The most poverty stricken region of the world is tropical sub-Saharan Africa.  In 2010, an estimated 48.5 percent of the population of tropical sub-Saharan Africa remained below the poverty line.  Fortunately that rate is declining now and has been declining since the start of the new millennium.  In the Middle East and North Africa, around 10 percent of the total population lives in extreme poverty, around 100 million people.  The remaining 100 million or so of the world’s poor are scattered in the other regions of the development world (Latin America and the Caribbean, Europe, central Asia, small island states).  More than 6.5 million refugees fleeing the Syrian civil war since the Arab spring of 2011 have exceeded the 5.7 million refugees from the several decade long Columbian civil war.  Millions of refugees from Syria have relocated to neighboring countries and even migrated by the hundreds of thousands to the European Union.  More than 3,000 people died in boat accidents crossing the Mediterranean in 2014.  Hundreds of thousands to more than a million people died incidental to the US intervention in Iraq.  Oil smuggling in the aftermath of the Oil for Food program has developed frightening private armies, mostly armed with US weapons, who have taken over entire cities and regions. It is hoped that Russian intervention on the side of the Assad regime can bring a swift end to the fighting, but it seems unlikely that any sort of military solution can bring peace.  The US does not want to get embroiled in any sort of colonial civil war and has agreed to accept 10,000 Syrian refugees this year.  Conflicts in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Sudan near three million refugees and there are more than a million refugees fleeing Somalia.  The Columbian civil war, that has raged since the 1980s, has caused more than 5 million people to flee the country.  It is up to the refugees and the states that take them in to determine if there is any sort of diplomatic intervention or non-intervention that might bring peace to the region under the Convention relating to the Status of Refugees of 1951 and 1967 Protocol. 

 

MDGs for 2015 Progress Report 1990 & 2005

Primary Indicator

1990

2005

Goal

Goal 1: Halve Poverty <$1 day

45.5%

21.5%

22.75%

Goal 2: Universal Primary Education

82.0%

89.0%

90.0%

Goal 3: 1.0 Gender Ratio in Education

0.89

0.96

1.00

Goal 4: Reduce Child Mortality 2/3

9.3%

6.7%

3.1%

Goal 5: Reduce Maternal Mortality 3/4

430

400

143

Goal 6: Halt & Reverse Spread of AIDS

8

33.3

< 

Goal 7: Halve Lack of Access to H20

77%

87%

88.5%

Goal 8: Develop Global Partnership

52.7

107.1

> 

Source: UN Millennium Development Goal Report 2009

 

3. The evidence from the Millennium Development Goals is powerful and encouraging.  In September 2000, the UN General Assembly adopted the “Millennium Declaration”, which included the MDGs.  Those eight goals became the centerpiece of the development effort for poor countries around the world.  They seem to have made a difference.  There has been a marked acceleration of poverty reduction, disease control, and increased access to schooling and infrastructure in the poorest countries in the world, and especially in Africa, as the result of the MDGs.  They helped to organize a global effort.  The world needs to be oriented in a direction to fight poverty or to help achieve sustainable development.  Stating goals helps individuals, organizations and governments all over the world to agree on the direction.  Basic needs for human survival include: food, clean water, sanitation, shelter, clothing, access to health care, access to basic education, and access to essential services such as transport, energy, and connectivity. The headcount poverty rate measures the share of the population under a given poverty line.  The recent trend from 1981 to 2010 has come down from 52 percent of the developing world population in 1981 to 43 percent in 1990, 34 percent in 1999 and 21 percent in 2010.  The first Millennium Development Goal (MDG) to halve, between 1990 and 2010, the proportion of people whose income is less than $1.25 a day, has therefore been achieved, if we consider developing nations as a single entity.  We see that China has achieved the most remarkable poverty reduction in history, with extreme poverty falling from 84 percent in 1981 to just 12 percent in 2010, as the result of ten percent economic growth rate.  It was only after the adoption of the MDGs in 2000 that the rate of extreme poverty began to fall.  In India, the poverty rate declined from 60 percent in 1981 to 33 percent in 2010.  In the rest of South Asia, the poverty rate went from 66 percent to 26 percent.  There has been significant progress in health since 2000 and especially since 2005.  Three out of the eight MDGs are about health: reducing child mortality and maternal mortality and controlling the epidemic of communicable diseases.  The MDGs have made a very big difference.  Many organizations in academia, private foundations (such as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, businesses, and international agencies worked together to develop and disseminate new technologies and business models for success.  There were specific funding mechanisms attached to achieve the health MDGs.  Most important was the arrival of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM), which was established in 2001, just one year after the MDGs were adopted, and put into motion in 2002.  The US government adopted the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) in 2003 and put billions of dollars into the fight against AIDS in poor countries.  In 2005 the US government adopted the President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI).  The health MDGs succeeded in those areas because of monitoring, measurement, evaluation, and feedback to program design.  There has not been a global fund for clean water and sanitation along the same lines.  Achieving the SDGs will require a lot of new investment: new infrastructure in water, energy, and transport; new educational systems; new health care; and other critical areas, such as a high school curriculum.

 

26 ODA Donors, Amount and % of GDP, 2003 and 2008

 

Country

ODA

2003

million

ODA

2003

% GDP

ODA

2008

million

ODA

2008

% GDP

Country

ODA

2003

million

ODA

2003

% GDP

ODA

2008

million

ODA

2008

% GDP

Australia

1,465

0.23%

2,954

0.32%

Luxembourg

241

0.88%

415

0.88%

Austria

1,024

0.4%

1,714

0.45%

Netherlands

4,235

1%

6,993

0.88%

Belgium

1,452

0.46%

2,386

0.65%

New Zealand

165

0.17%

348

0.32%

Canada

2,000

0.2%

4,785

0.34%

Norway

2,200

1.2%

3,963

1.1%

Denmark

2,025

1.2%

2,803

0.9%

Portugal

1,028

0.54%

620

0.28%

Finland

655

0.43%

1,166

0.49%

Saudi Arabia

?22?

?0.006?

1,734

0.45%

France

8,475

0.49%

10,908

0.41%

Spain

2,547

0.27%

6,867

0.47%

Germany

7,836

0.33%

13,981

0.43%

Sweden

2,704

1.1%

4,732

1.8%

Greece

464

0.21%

703

0.21%

Switzerland

1,379

0.55%

2,038

0.42%

Ireland

586

0.5%

1,328

0.58%

United Arab Emirates

?5.2?

?0.007?

181

0.08%

Italy

2,484

0.15%

4,861

0.23%

United Kingdom

7,497

0.42%

11,500

0.52%

Japan

8,859

0.22%

9,579

0.19%

USA

19,000

0.19%

26,842

0.19%

Kuwait

?175?

?0.33%?

209

0.18%

 

 

 

 

 

Source: Human Development Report 2003 & 2008, CIA World Factbook  2003 & 2008

 

4. MDG Goal 8 Clause A.C., calls for “more generous ODA for countries committed to poverty reduction”.  ODA has been the most efficient measurement of international economic cooperation.  ODA fell out of use during the neo-liberal 1990s, growing only 10.5%, from $52.7 billion to $58.3 billion, over the 12 years till 2002, 0.8% annually reaching $69.1 billion in 2003, 18.5% growth, plus $33 billion from the Madrid Conference on the Iraq Reconstruction Fund - $97.13 billion annual total. In 2015 at total of $166 billion Official Development Assistance is estimated by OECD. Commitments need to increase to achieve the estimated $200 billion annual cost of achieving the MDGs by 2015 and 0.7-1% of GDP rate. OECD must stop discriminating against Kuwait, contributes an estimated $4.3 billion, 8.2% of its GNI, and Saudi Arabia $15 billion, 4% of its GNI. The State Department may increase FY 2017 development spending of 0.14% of GDP (65% growth) with a $6 billion force reduction to 0.17% of GDP (102.5% growth) and $30 billion (188% growth) to $160 billion (290% growth) in new direct UN contributions made with IRS 1040 suggested donation of 1-2% of income. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) reports that the United States administrated 0.17% of the Gross National Income (GNI) in official development assistance in 2015, down from 0.19% of the GNI in 2014 and a high of 0.21% of GNI in 2009. The UN Human Development Report no longer maintains donor statistics. Total donations are estimated to be $161 billion by OECD who does not give credit to Arabian oil kingdoms. Because 4.3% growth from the OECD estimated US GNI of $17.8 trillion (2014) US dollars, that equates with $18.5 trillion Fy 2015 at the 4.4% economic growth rate and $18.8 trillion estimated as the US GDP OMB the terms GDP and GNI are used synonymously. The nation has been enjoying above 3% average growth incidental to a military force reduction FY 2012-2013 with the intention to normalize accounting for Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) to realize military spending reductions FY 2018. The reason for the higher OECD US ODA of 0.17% (2015) of GNI estimate is higher than 0.11% of GDP OMB international assistance outlay estimates is best explained by non-federal and private philanthropies such as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and multinational pharmaceutical companies. The 0.06% of GDP private philanthropy growth algorithm translates to an estimated $9.2 billion in US ODA from philanthropic sources other than the federal government 2015, $11.7 billion 2016 and $12.2 billion 2017. Private philanthropy or OECD overestimation, OECD increases US official development assistance from $20.9 billion, 0.11% of GDP, to $30.1 billion, 0.17% of GNI FY 2015. The regional tables from 2008 await the official United Nations contribution national data no longer routinely tabulated for the Human Development Report. The Treasurer of the 'UN Contribution 1-2% of income suggest donation' row on IRS Form 1040 waits for no Congress or tax deduction.

 

Current International Assistance % of OMB GDP and OECD ODA % of GNI FY 2015-17 Force Reduction and 1040 Contribution Estimates FY 2017

(in billions)

2015

2016

2017

% Change FY 2016-17

GDP

18,803

18,472

19,303

4.5%

Current International Assistance

20.9

16.0

26.4

65%

International Assistance as % of GDP

0.11%

0.09%

0.14%

55.5%

International Assistance

30.1

27.7

38.6

39.4%

International Assistance as % of GNI OECD = GDP OMB

0.17%

0.15%

0.20%

33%

Philanthropy as % of GDP

0.06%

0.061%

0.063%

3.6%

Philanthropy

9.2

11.7

12.2

International Assistance, Force Reduction

20.9

16.0

32.4

102.5%

Force Reduction as % of GDP

0.11%

0.09%

0.17%

188%

Force Reduction, with Philanthropy

30.1

27.7

44.6

61%

Force Reduction as % of GNI

0.17%

0.15%

0.23%

53.3%

International Assistance, Force Reduction & 1040 UN Contribution ($30 billion est.)

20.9

16.0

62.4

290%

International Assistance, Force Reduction & 1040 UN Contribution

0.11%

0.09%

0.32%

356%

International Assistance Force Reduction, 1040 UN Contribution and Philanthropy

30.1

27.7

74.6

169%

International Assistance Force Reduction, 1040 UN Contribution and Philanthropy as % of GNI for OECD

0.17%

0.15%

0.39%

160%

0.7% of GDP

27.7

135

387%

1.0% of GDP

27.7

193

597%

Source: OMB GDP and OECD GNI are synonymous.

 

5. US Customs employs an estimated 226,030 full-time employees (FTEs) plus 7,000 in the Coast Guard Military Select Reserve with a 29,251 Auxiliary for a grand total of 262,281 employees. With an estimated $47.0 billion in Customs duties in 2015 and adjusted expenses of $38.2 billion, turned a $8.8 billion profit, that was quickly snatched away by a jealous Congress who manipulated national accounts in an irrational way to increase expenses and decrease revenues FY 2015. After an artificial increase in spending FY 2016 OMB yields a -7.7% decline in Homeland Security spending and 7.7% increase in Customs duties and fees to enable the agency to produce a $1 billion profit FY 2017. The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) is not accountable for agency spending or revenues and Congress must stop willfully damaging national accounts they know very little about, theoretically to retain control over the counterintuitive congressional budget justification interception of what should be Cabinet reports of revenues and expenses to the Historical Tables of OMB under Art. 2(2) of the US Constitution. Congress may pass a 6% tax on natural gas, petroleum and electricity exports and earn $5 billion in revenues, half as much as if they had not rejected the first concerted national request for such a gas, oil, coal and electricity export tax on what was in 2015 a $165 billion export industry before consumer prices went down and are hoped to remain low. The General Services Administration (GSA) is mitigating the environmental damage and building hazard on the St. Elizabeth’s Hospital grounds, caused by Coast Guard efforts to build a road to the river. In summer of 2014 the HS Secretary requested $1.2 billion to pay for an influx of juvenile refugees which has been paid for by HHS these costs have stabilized and are born by the Administration for Children and Families (ACF). The Court of International Trade of the United States (CoITUS) must change its name to Customs Court (CC), Title 6 of the United States Code, Title 6 of the Federal Code of Regulations and the name of the Department of Homeland Security must be changed to “Customs” and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) should probably change their name to Naturalization Service (USNS).

 

Customs Budget Report to OMB FY 2015-17

2015

2016

2017

% Change 2016-17

Customs, Total Budget Authority

 

63,507

 

66,296

 

66,802

 

0.8%

Less Mandatory Fees and Trust Funds

 

(12,874)

 

(13,084)

 

(14,557)

 

11.3%

Gross Discretionary Budget Authority

 

50,632

 

53,212

 

52,246

 

-1.8%

Less Discretionary Offsetting Fees

 

(3,900)

 

(4,040)

 

(4,966)

 

22.9%

Net Discretionary Budget Authority

 

46,732

 

49,172

 

47,280

 

-3.8%

Less FEMA Disaster Relief – Major Disaster Cap Adjustment

 

(6,438)

 

(6,713)

 

(6,709)

 

-0.05%

Customs, Adjusted Net Discretionary Budget Authority to report to OMB

39.775

40,953

40,572

-0.9%

OMB Homeland Security estimated spending

42,537

51,769

47,750

-7.7%

OMB Estimated Customs duties and fees

35,041

36,721

39,537

7.7%

Source: Jeh. Department of Homeland Security Budget-in-brief FY 2017. Kerry, John. Congressional Budget Justification. State Department, Foreign Operations and Related Programs. FY 2017. Donovan, Suan. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Historical Table 4.1 Outlays by Agency.

 

6. The State Department budget request for $50.1 billion FY 2017 is -1.1% less than $50.7 FY 2016 and is less than the $55.3 billion allowed by OMB FY 2017. The State Department needs to report revenues in their budget request . According to the summary of the subtotals State Department spending is projected to go down -0.7% FY2016-17. US Official International Assistance reported by OMB that seems to equate with what the UN receives as Official Development Assistance (ODA) seems to have gone down from $21.0 billion FY 2015 to a low of $16.0 billion FY 2016 and is expected to increase to $26.4 billion FY 2017. This brought international assistance as a percent of GDP from around 0.18% in the 2000s, to 0.11% FY 2015 to a low of 0.9% FY 2016 to 0.14% FY 2017. The Millennium Development Goal target for target for donor assistance was 0.7% of GDP by 2015. The U.S. system of international affairs needs to improve the efficiency of its administration so that State Department spending is less than international assistance, as it was under Bill Clinton - $6.7 billion, 35.6%, for the State Department and $12.1 billion, 64.4%, for international assistance programs. Revenues should be reported in these State Department budget requests, ie. Passports, etc.  As Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was not duly convicted of authentification fraud involving identification documents that has 'denaturalized' millions of now stateless Americans for all her incomprehensible talk of biometrics and illegal fees, but her state department budgets made sense to OMB. John Kerry wants conviction for deprivation of relief benefits in regards to his welfare fraud prosecutions when he first took office. Kerry's deprivation is insignificant in comparison to the Clinton's 10 million counts of Aid for Families with Dependent Children benefit deprivation. The arbitrary exile of Indian Ambasador Khobragrade and incarceration of a former UN General Assembly President and Chinese billionaire for money exchanged regarding a convention center of suspiciously similar square footage as the new Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) headquarters, constructed, or being constructed, in Washington DC, minimally requires state responsibility to compensate, acquit, release and pardon these victims of miscarriages of justice for internationally wrongful Acts to justify a force reduction FY 2018. The only violation of state secrets reported to have occurred in the Clinton email scandal was perpetrated by the FBI.

 

State Department and Foreign Assistance Spending Sum of Subtotals FY 2015-17

54,960.6

54,960.6

54,960.6

-0.7%

International Affairs (Function 150) and International Commissions (Function 300)

51, 988 total

42,623 enduring actual

9,365

OCO

54,713 total

39,818 enduring

14,895 OCO

 

54,268 total

39,373 enduring 14,895 OCO

-0.8%

-1.1%

0%

International Affairs (Function 150 Account) only total

51,865

54,590

54,147

-0.8%

State Department and USAID (including 300) total only

47,773

50,655

50,075

-1.1%

Diplomatic Engagement & Related Accounts

{15,815}

{16,299}

{16,889}

3.6%

Diplomatic Engagement

{15,035}

{15,514}

{16,073}

3.6%

Administration of Foreign Affairs

{11,128}

{11,280}

{11,903}

5.5%

State Programs

{7,963}

{8,250}

{8,685}

5.3%

State Department OMB Estimate

26,498

30,911

28,865 / 22,865

-6.6% / -26%

International Assistance OMB Estimate

20,950

16,042

26,430 / 32,430 / 62,430

64.8% / 102% / 289%

OMB Total State and Int. Ass. Spending

47,448

46,953

55,295 / 85,295

17.8% / 81%

Source: Johnson, Donovan, Suan. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Historical Table 4.1 Outlays by Agency. Kerry, John. Congressional Budget Justification.  State Department, Foreign Operations and Related Programs FY 2017

 

7. 300 economists and 600 churches petitioned the White House to legalize marijuana and $14 billion force reduction (actually $12.9 billion + $6 billion state department = $18.9 billion $12.9 billion deficit reduction + $6 billion conversion to official development assistance). The termination of funding for prohibition and federal police bribery extends to State Department spending in regards to $1 billion International Narcotic Control and Law Enforcement spending whereas domestic over-sentencing and racial disparities in sentencing precludes financing penal systems abroad.as they do in mostly African nations transitioning to a civilian police force. International Military Education must be terminated after infamous reports of School of Americas graduates. Foreign Military Finance to human rights offending nations in excess of $1.5 million annually from either the State or Defense Department, $3 million combined, to any one foreign nation, needs to be converted to official development assistance (ODA).  This primarily means that the $3.1 billion in military finance to Israel must be terminated, according to the Jordanian High Commissioner of Human Rights, under the Arms Export Control Act. It has been suggested to construct a $50 million U.S. Military base in Israel that recognizes Palestine and defends Israel. This $6 billion force reduction should increase spending on the United Nations with $3.1 billion FY 2017 to settle the Palestine Supreme Court at UN Compensation Commission rates. Much of State Department International Security Assistance is so irregular that it would be better for the global economy if it were abolished in a force reduction FY 2017 or FY2018 perhaps in conjunction with the defense department force reduction in FY 2018 when the Defense and State Department will hopefully stop confusing their budgets with an Overseas Contingency Operation (OCO) whereas people more readily perceive continental inequality. The insignificant new mechanisms for peace operations response row needs to included in the peacekeeping contributions or abolished. Contributions to the UN War Crimes Tribunals corrupt the International Organizations row in the State Department budget request and need to be abolished. The cost of the UN War Crimes Tribunals for Yugoslavia (ICTY) is going down -63% from $11 million 2016 to $4.1 million 2017, and for Rwanda (UNICTR) -72% from $5.3 million to $1.5 million. The International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (IRM) went up 237% from $2.7 million to $9.1 million. These criminal enterprises were supposed to be finished more than five years ago and must be abolished FY 2018. All the finance for International Narcotic Control and Law Enforcement (INCB) $1.1 billion may be abolished FY 2017. The United States is not any more competent to bribe mostly African nations converting from military to civilian police force than the federal government is to bribe state and local law enforcement with grants. International Military Education and Training $110 million FY 2017 may be abolished whereas many of the gradates have committed gross violation of internationally recognized human rights. Foreign military financing reductions must be recalculated to reduce overall spending to half of $800 million combined Departments of State and Defense spending and limit to $3 million foreign military finance to any one country under the Arms Export Control Act 22USC(32)§2312.

 

State Department International Security Spending FY 2015-17

2015

2016

2017

% Change 2016-17

Contributions for International Peacekeeping Activities (CIPA)

2,119

2,461

2,395

-2.7%

Mechanism for Peace Operations Response (MPQR)

0

0

150

100%

UN War Crime Tribunal Yugoslavia

11.1

11.0

4.1

-63%

Rwanda

5.2

5.3

1.5

-72%

Int'l Residual Mechanisms for Criminal Tribuals

6.1

2.7

9.1

237%

International Security Assistance

[8,420]

[8,831]

[8,106]

-8.2%

International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement (INCLB)

1,292

1,212

1,138

-6.1%

Nonproliferation, antiterrorism, demining and related programs (NADR)

682

885

668

-25%

Peacekeeping Operations (PKO)

474

609

475

-22%

International Military Education and Training (IMET)

106

108

110

1.9%

Foreign Military financing

5,366

6,026

5,714

-5.2%

Source: Kerry, John. Congressional Budget Justification. State Department, Foreign Operations and Related Programs. FY 2017

 

8. Between 2007 and 2017 Foreign Military Finance (FMF) total spending went down -55% from $13 billion to $5.9 billion Foreign military financing to Afghanistan, Turkey and Russia have been eliminated between 2007 and 2017 and spending on Iraq declined -96% from $4.1 billion to $150 million. Ten new countries began receiving more than $3 million in foreign military finance between 2007 & 2017 – Oman $4 million, Lebanon $84.1 million Bahrain $7.5 million, Moldova $11.25 million, Kosovo $4.4 million, Vietnam $10.75 million, Tunisia $30 million, Mexico $4.7 million, Honduras $3.1 million and Nepal $3.8 million FY 2017.  The general feeling is the $3.1 billion for Israel needs to be abolished because Israel has been convicted by the Human Rights Council of Gross violations of internationally recognized human rights includes mass murders, killing prisoners of war, torture or cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment or punishment, prolonged detention without charges and trial, causing the disappearance of persons by the abduction and clandestine detention of those persons, and other flagrant denial of the right to life, liberty, or the security of person. Countries determined to be in gross violation of human rights are not eligible for military assistance from the United States. Nor are United States Armed Forces permitted to commit such aforementioned violations of internationally recognized human rights 22USC(32)§2304. $1.3 billion of military finance for Egypt should also be terminated because of the overthrow and detention of its former Presidential recipient. It is absolutely critical that the State Department eliminate all foreign military finance for Israel. To better defend Israel against opportunistic neighbors construct a U.S. Military base in Israel under the Arms Export Control Act 22 USC(35)III§275. and pay compensation for Israeli offensives at UN Compensation Commission Rates at the Palestine Supreme Court with the $3.1 billion FY 2017. It is understood that all foreign military financing would be transferred to United Nations Approved (UNA) official development assistance (ODA).

 

Nations Receiving Foreign Military Finance in Excess of $3 million FY 2007 & 2017

 

Country

Military Assistance

2007

% of Total

Military Assistance

2017

Country

Military Assistance 2007

% of Total

Military Assistance 2017

Iraq

4,143

32%

150

Turkey

18

0.1%

0

Afghanistan

3,642

28%

0

Romania

16

0.1%

5.4

Israel

2,340

18%

3,100

Morocco

14

0.1%

12

Egypt

1,301

10%

1,300

Ukraine

11

0.08%

47

Oman

4

Lebanon

84.1

Bahrain

7.5

Moldova

11.25

Pakistan

312

2.4%

265

Georgia

11

0.08%

30

Sudan

254

2%

124.4

Bosnia & Herzegovina

10

0.08%

4

Jordan

211

1.6%

385

El Salvador

9

0.07%

1.6

Russia

112

0.9%

0

Indonesia

9

0.07%

14

Kosovo

4.4

Vietnam

10.75

Colombia

87

0.7%

27

Azerbaijan

5

0.03%

1.7

Liberia

56

0.4%

13.8

Kazakhstan

4

0.03%

0.8

Philippines

43

0.3%

50

Albania

4

0.03%

2.4

Tunisia

30

Mexico

4.7

Poland

31

0.2%

9

Macedonia

4

0.03%

4

Honduras

3.1

Nepal

3.8

Bulgaria

24

0.2%

5

United States

13,025

100%

5,900

Source: U.S. Census Bureau. U.S. Foreign Economic and Military Aid by Recipient Country 2000 to 2007. Table 1263, Kerry, John. Congressional Budget Justification. State Department, Foreign Operations and Related Programs FY 2017 pg. 193-195

 

9. Piratebay.se downloads have not been compatible with kickass.to downloaders, since its creators were arbitrarily detained for criminal copyright confessions of the constitution-less and client-less European prosecutor, now come the hundreds of millions of victims of deprivation of relief benefits under 18USC§246.  Kickasstorrents has been unlawfully seized as part of a joint law enforcement operation by Homeland Security Investigations and the Internal Revenue Service pursuant to a seizure warrant issued by the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois under the authority of 18USC§981 and §2323.  Willful copyright infringement is a federal crime that carries penalties for first time offenders of up to five years in federal prison, a $250,000 fine, forfeiture and restitution 17USC§506, 18USC§2319. The Illinois court is serious abuser of federal power- a pirate. The deprivation of rights under color law of Rod Blagojevich for the confessions of a wiretapping FBI agent are attributed with sabotaging the accounting of the black President's budget as a matter of integrity, and criminal infringement, Piracy. Hundreds of millions of people watch those free movies. There shall be “No arbitrary arrest, detention or exile” under Art. 9 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The United States must reverse their outstanding warrants against Kim Dotcom of Megavideo and kickass.com like the European prosecutor of Piratebay, as a matter of congressional definition and punishment of Piracy under Art. I Sec. 8 Clause 10 of the United States Constitution.  Congress the power to define and punish Piracies against the free movie, music and porn industry, Congress members and their families, former Governor of Illinois, female Presidential candidate, former President of the General Assembly and Chinese billionaire. The penalty is that the President and Secretary of State must account for the termination of irregular law enforcement and military finance FY 2018 – Abolish International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement Assistance, Military Education and Training, Foreign military finance to Israelis human rights offenders and in excess of $3 million per nation, to make one-time payment from Israel of $3.1 billion FY 2017 to pay the Palestine Supreme Court UN Compensation Commission rates and convert all this $6 billion of bad money at a 2.5% annual rate of growth to United Nations Approved (UNA) official development assistance from FY 2018. Domestically, the FBI and DEA need to be abolished as a federal expense to reduce the federal deficit and liberate the economy with a force reduction under Art. 9 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights that states “no arbitrary, arrest detention or exile”.  The release of Helix (2016) seems to have offended both the piratic forces of prohibition and authentification fraud. Enforcing democratically enacted laws is one of the basic purposes of government. In cases involving violent malum in se (inherently bad crimes, such as murder, rape, assault, kidnapping, robbery and deprivation of relief benefits jurors should consider the case strictly on the evidence presented, and if they believe the accused person is guilty, they should so vote. In cases involving non-violent, malum prohibitum (legally proscribed) offenses, including “victimless” crimes such as narcotics possession and free online entertainment industry, there should be presumption in favor of nullification. Finally, for nonviolent, malum in se crimes, such as theft or perjury, there need be no presumption in favor of nullification, but it ought to be an option the juror considers. In arbitrary cases where a miscarriage of justice has occurred the United States will have to pay compensation under Art. 14 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. 

 

10. John Hancock, the wealthy Massachusetts patriot and smuggler who as President of the Continental Congress affixed his familiar bold signature to the Declaration of Independence was prosecuted via this admiralty jurisdiction in 1768 and fined £9,000 – triple the value of the goods aboard his sloop "Liberty" which had been previously forfeited. John Adams eloquently argued the case, chastising Parliament for depriving Americans of their right to trial by jury. Adams later said of the juror, "it is not only his right, but his duty – to find the verdict according to his own best understanding, judgment, and conscience, though in direct opposition to the direction of the court. Jury nullification of law is a traditional right that was rigorously defended by America's Founding Fathers.  The United States Congress needs to amend Title 22 Foreign Relations and Intercourse (a-FRaI-d) to Foreign Relations (FR-ee), Court of International Trade of the United States (CoITUS) to Customs Court (CC), Homeland Security to Customs and Citizenship and Immigration (USCIS) to Naturalization Service (USNS). The general principle of United Nations Reform is to set down the General of the United Nations (GUN) and elect a Secretary and Ratify a Statement of the United Nations (SUN) in elections in member nations. The term organ is changed to branches. The General Assembly is changed to Assembly. Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC-k) is changed to Socio-Economic Administration (SEA). The permanent membership to the Security Council is abolished. A 1% income tax is levied for wealthy nations to administrate social-security-like benefits to poor individuals in least developed countries and finance development. The Trusteeship Council is repealed and replaced with a Human Rights Council. So that the money is not enslaved under Article 66, some Chapters and Articles have been renumbered and the Preamble enforces Chapter IX as seems to have been the original intention. With the recent global rise in refugees and internally displaced people the Generals of the United Nations (GUN) founded by the atomic bombing of Japan, must not delay democratization of the international organization by electing a civilian Secretary and ratifying of the Statement of the United Nations (SUN) in elections in Member nations.

 

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