Hospitals & Asylums
Constitution of Hospitals & Asylums Non-Governmental Economy: Bicentennial Edition HA-26-2-11
2011 is the bicentennial of HA statute. HA dates to the Naval Hospital Act of Feb. 26, 1811, of Paul Hamilton secretary of the Navy under President James Madison. Abraham Lincoln added Freedmen’s Hospital and Asylum, the Columbia Institution for the Deaf and Arlington National Cemetery. St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, the National Home for Disabled Soldiers and Gorgas Hospital were also codified and repealed. The codification at Title 24 of the United States Code was the work of Hon. Edward C. Little who died on June 24, 1924 so the Civil Code could be published. The 14th draft of the Constitution recognizes that the American Legal System is a Civil Law System based upon the filing of briefs that cite the Civil Code and the common cents compensation for false arrest and torture are incorporated into common law. The future is now successfully expressed. Customs takes command of the Department of Homeland Security, the Customs Court and Title 22 is Foreign Relations (FR-ee). The US Constitution is amended to reduce the term for popularly elected federal judges to four years from five. The divorce and mental health courts are ceded to social workers and probate court to a social worker or funeral director. The death penalty is abolished. Justices shall elect a new Chief Justice, from amongst their number, every year.
Customs House Act St. Elizabeth e-Motion HA-26-2-11
To enact “Customs” as the occupiers of what was St. Elizabeth’s hospital and to succeed the executive department of Homeland Security. Be the Officer of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties billed $5 a night for the HA bicentennial. $1800 a year for the privilege of reporting to the recused Secretary and $50,000 or agreeable federal compensation to report to Congress. HA Chapter 4 St. Elizabeth’s Hospital 24USC(4)III§225 is amended at (a)(1) so “are currently” is amended to read “have been” and at (a)(5) “currently” to read “that were” and at (b)(3) “from the present system” is repealed and a new clause is added, (c) In January 2010 U.S. Customs acquired all real property of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital under 19USC(10) §2081(a)(1)(A) without regard for the need to abolish the Department of Homeland Security and is hereby ordered to amend all references to Homeland and Domestic Security throughout Title 6 of the United States Code, and Title 6 of the Code of Federal Regulations, and elsewhere in the Civil Code to better respect local “Customs”. 24USC(4)III§225a is appended at (10) the term “Customs” means the occupants of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital. §225f Property Transfer is repealed at (a) “exclusion of certain real property” and (a)(1) Except as provided in paragraph (2). At (a)(2) is appended “until Customs assumed liability for the intellectual “rent” under 40USC(II) (D) III§8141, 17USC§201(a, c, e, d), and the Mental Health Bill of Rights 42USC((102)IV§9501 (A,i,D). There are more tort reform amendments in the technical summary that links to the full text e-Motion.
e-Redetermination of Class $666 HA-18-2-11
Redetermination of SSI Eligibility 20CFR416.204. The President visited the earmark of Hillsboro, that cost Rangel his tax haven, knocked out the cusp of my first maxillary molar with the Medicare card that already cost me one wrongful eviction, and felonious subjected my SSI benefits to the deprivation of relief under 18USC(13)§246. Impeach the white supremacist for Sedition under Art. 2(4) of the US Constitution and Sec. 202(u)(i) of the Social Security Act. I do not receive $244.66 in housing and food. I receive $625 a month SSDI. I receive $170 in food stamps and $69 SSI (until March) from Oregon. I now pay $340 a month in rent, $96 for cable and Internet and this month I had to pay $85 for utilities. I may go to the local office and fill out Form SSA-561-U2 that should have been mailed and will not be done under the duress of a homicidal home invading torturer. Both I and my roommate get roughly $666 a month from Social Security and SSA goes to great lengths to perpetuate this malicious clerical error by denying COLAs for three years and now terminate my SSI, bringing me from $694 to my DI $625. We feel this class of social security beneficiaries must recover the living wage of $1,000 a month as compensation for these unwise bureaucratic calculations approximating the number of the beast (Revelation 13:18). This e-Appeal to keep SSI benefits should in fact be admitted as a petition for an increase from $69 a month to $375 a month or $200 taking into consideration appreciation for the Oregon Food Card, rather $0 SSI, in the first instance. On second thought, terminate my SSI as evidence of Sedition, and pay me $700 a month from DI without regard for e-literacy of SSA. This un-licensed social worker representative of class $666 mo. requires $700 ($2 billion) payable from the collective malpractice insurance of literacy prohibiting SSA ALJs and lawyers, to $1,000 ($32 billion) a month from FBI health care fraud returns and the Recovery Act reserve at DHHS.
Best Medicine Monographs HA-14-2-11
Hospitals & Asylums (HA) best medicine monographs have been edited for entry into production software. The FDA has requested industrial sponsors to market the Rx to OTC drugs America needs to survive the socio-economic depression. Corporations, namely Kroger Inc. for whom I once worked for a few weeks and as HA once broke a strike in the 11th hour, are asked to buy the copyright. In 2004 the number mortalities in the United States increased and in 2008 life expectancy decreased. The decade of opium war has taken its toll on the tobacco addled medical corruption. Long blamed deadly disease more caused by nosocomial infection and adulterated Diptheria, Pertussis and Tobacco (DPT) vaccines used by health professionals, tobacco has come under fire by propagandists, segregationists and most recently the extortion of the Attorney General Master Tobacco Settlement that needs to be entirely appropriated to offset Children’s Health Insurance whose unjust 2,500% tax increase on the rolling tobacco and small cigars smoked by the poor, must repealed and excise tax refunded. Antibiotics are the best medicine of the 20th century. Only clean water and sanitation have extended life expectancy longer. Schizomycetes infections are the greatest threat to human life and antibiotics are bactericidal. Ampicillin trihydrate is made from penicillin nucleus and 3 H2O to reduce antibiotic associated colitis that is treated by metronidazole. To extend life expectancy in the U.S. the propaganda must be disseminated for the best medicine to be made available to the public. The humor of antibiotics is that one is generally prescribed a course of 20, as much as come in a pack of the cigarettes people become addicted to. There are cleverer medicines that cure deadly diseases with as little as 1g dose of Cogentin for the extrapyramidal side effect of antipsychotic medicine and 1 mL of Narcan to reverse all effects of opiates including fatal respiratory depression from overdose and 1g azithromycin or doxycycline for cholera used with Oral Rehydration Salts (ORS). While the dwindling numbers of health insured Americans have pretty good access to basic antibiotics the irresponsibility of the nearly unique private health system obscures the practice of metronidazole needed for product liability to heal a broken heart by Valentine’s Day.
Dr. Luebbe is Dead, Long Live Antioch College HA-8-2-11
I was informed that music Professor Michael Luebbe died in 2010. He had finished serving his 5 years false imprisonment in 2008 and had just gotten around to jailing the prosecutor for the indiscrete arrest. His wrongful death denied everyone the justice of a settlement of his claim against the University for miscarriage of justice under Art. 14 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights that aggravated the negligence under Art. 14 of Convention against Torture, Cruel, Inhuman and Degrading Punishment and Treatment. It is not too late for Michael Luebbe to be the highest paid professor in the university for the years he was falsely imprisoned. Guideline 19 of the International Ethical Guidelines for Biomedical research Involving Human Subjects provides for the Right of injured subjects to treatment and compensation. Investigators should ensure that research subjects who suffer injury as a result of their participation are entitled to free medical treatment for such injury and to such financial or other assistance as would compensate them equitably for any resultant impairment, disability or handicap. In the case of death as a result of their participation, their dependants are entitled to compensation. Subjects must not be asked to waive the right to compensation.