Hospitals & Asylums    





June 2006


This June we nearly escaped without any need for disciplinary measures as the result of the positive vibes coming from social security however the instant the honor killings in the Hague were mentioned first Butler County and then Hamilton County hanged prisoners.  John Boehner’s news is also increasingly problematic and requires scrutiny.  FY 2007 Transportation, Treasury, and Housing & Urban Development Appropriations provides for $67.8 billion that is dangerously close to the cursed number of $66 billion, the bill must be pulled into its separate agencies and District of Columbia components, it seems to be yet another penal offensive from the capitol city that is the most concentrated geographic area in the world.  FY 2007 Science, State, Justice, Commerce Appropriations Act (H.R. 5672) provides $59.8 billion for the Departments of State, Justice, and Commerce, as well as science programs like NASA and the National Science Foundation, that was noted for being treasonous by Bill Frist and myself last year – the Department of Justice must be quarantined because nearly any finance for them is treason and they must be separated from Commerce and anything else, for that matter, in law. 


The lessons are first, do not permit any bill to pass whose value approaches the cursed sum of $66 billion, second, isolate classical problems pertaining to arms, such as justice and defense to provide for professional scrutiny of these problems rather than permitting them to run amock through civil society, third, it is prohibited to finance prosecution or prison construction and fourth the Swift program is much better than the NSA program and the disclosure of information must be regulated by a Court and Bar or President and Congress and it is to the armed forces that disclosure is limited and not to the free press, who has the right to bring their honor killers to just-ice rather than the secretive hot headed mud puddle we are withdrawing from this 4th of July.   


Animal Rights Treaty HA-6-6-6


At the present time, animals do not possess legal rights as that term is used in the context of human rights.  There are no animal rights treaties.  Person means any individual, partnership, firm, joint stock company, corporation, association, trust, estate, or other legal entity and it has been left to the States to ensure that animals are people before the law.  The United Nations must clearly come to respect animal rights, as the United States and many nations have, to justify the Art of human rights by treating upon the rights of non-humans.  Non-humans are currently regarded as the property of their human owners, just as human slaves were in the 19th century.  Although there are many laws that supposedly protect non-human animals (just as there were many laws on the books that supposedly protected human slaves), these laws are, for the most part, interpreted in favor of allowing humans to do almost whatever they want with their animal property, up to slaughtering and eating them.


$750 million Draft Constitution for the Republic of Somalia HA-8-6-06

An increasingly powerful Islamic militia rolled through its newly captured territory and installed a religious court in one town Wednesday as 
the remnants of a U.S.-backed alliance of warlords desperately tried to regroup.  The Islamic Courts Union controls the Somali capital and 
surrounding areas after defeating the secular warlord alliance in weeks of battles that killed at least 330 people - many of them civilians 
caught in the crossfire. For a lasting peace a Constitutional Committee should be established as set forth in ( of the Draft Constitution 
for the Republic of Somalia of 20 February 1995 from whence such a document could be drafted in less than a day’s work after which time it 
could be ratified by the public.  The Citizens of the Republic of Somalia are defined to be all Somali People living mainly on the territory of 
the Republic of Somalia.  All Citizens who are 18 years of age or older are eligible for voting and must be registered (2.2).  We find for the 
government of Interim Prime Minister Ali Mohamed Gedi in Baidoa and pray that $750 million of humanitarian assistance will be sufficient 
to make peace with the Islamic Courts Union and other militias in Somalia, to feed and shelter the refugees from Mogadishu and for a 
democratic referendum regarding the Somali constitution and election of national, regional, district and village government officials. 
Nannette Rose v. Social Security Administration HA-9-6-06 

Studies show that a 20-year-old worker has a 3 in 10 chance of becoming disabled before reaching retirement age.  Ms. Rose suffered a nearly fatal ruptured colon and has subsequently broken her arm.  Ms. Rose, who had been working 60 hours a week as a waitress at a local diner, was informed by the hospital that she would die in half an hour if she did not get surgery after her colon ruptured.  Whereas the treatment was lifesaving and there have been no untoward complications there is no cause for grievance with the hospital and the United States is sought to bear the cost of prescription drugs and unpaid medical bills.  Most recently Ms. Rose had her arm smashed by a brick that fell through her ceiling in her bathroom and landed on her arm causing such damage that her forearm is in a cast.   As the result of this painful injury Ms. Rose has completely quit working at her job as a waitress and cannot drive her car.  Whereas as her health is fragile, her savings are dwindling and she is not yet of retirement age, it is hoped that Ms. Rose will be awarded a Social Security Disability benefits so that she can work less and find the time to study for the recertification of her teacher’s license so that she could work in a less physically demanding job with a school until she retires.

Balanced Health and Welfare Budget Amendment Act of FY 2007 HA-14-6-06

The United States war time economy, after causing a global economic slowdown for several years after 9-11, has led the US to a record $390- $420 billion budget deficit, $8.7 trillion debt, the 50% devaluation of the dollar against the EU and China, inflation specifically in the price of oil and in general, and 5% slump in the stock exchange.  Devaluation seems to be improving international trade and unemployment has declined to 4.9%.  The combined assets of the Social Security Trust Funds of the US Treasury exceeded $2 trillion for the first time in 2005 and are projected to exceed $2.25 trillion this 2006.  We are deeply concerned that despite this comfortable savings account the status of these trust funds has been rated poor in the annual reports published 1 May 2006 as the result of the pending retirement of the baby boomers.  Are these gloom and doom predictions true or is looming insolvency just artifice intended to permit the status quo to continue profiting from the $181 billion OASI account surplus (2005 est.) that needs to be eliminated with military spending in surplus of $333 billion to balance the budget as soon as 2007?  In 2005 there were 40 million retirees receiving pensions from OASI, in 2010 that number is expected to rise to 43.3 million, by 2020 to 57.2 million and in 2040 when the trust fund is projected to be exhausted to 78.3 million.  Whereas the Social Security Administration is currently turning a 25% profit on poverty and over $2 trillion have been saved in the Social Security trust funds it seems unlikely that the baby boomers or their children will suffer any financial shortfalls unless the taxed economy should suddenly and completely collapse for a period exceeding two to four years and it seems more important to balance the budget FY 2007-2009.


Health and Welfare HA-18-6-06


The combined assets of the Social Security Trust Funds of the US Treasury exceeded $2 trillion for the first time in 2005 and are 
projected to exceed $2.25 trillion this 2006.  We are deeply concerned that despite this comfortable savings account the status of 
these trust funds has been rated poor in the annual reports published 1 May 2006 and take steps to assure a peace time economy 
for the USA.  Balancing the budget requires that the federal government limit their defense spending to $333 billion annually with
an eye for further reductions.  Social Security spending likewise needs to be limited to cost however they require insurance against 
any shortfalls in their account balances.  If the military and social security co-operate the budget will be balanced by 2008 and the 
US can begin to make progress paying off their debt for the first time in their history.  To afford this leadership SSA is sought to 
pay the author $1,000 a month within 20 days, US $1,000 a week beginning in August 2006 with the long term objective of saving 
$2 million in trust funds under the name of Hospitals & Asylums, to insure social security transactions and register the foreign 
development banking corporation with the Federal Reserve.  HA seeks to both balance the federal budget and eliminate all poverty 
below $1,000 a month per individual, $1,500 a month for a single parent and $2,000 a month for a family with children with Social 
Security.  By properly recognizing the leadership of HA the US will be taking bold steps to eliminate the record $390- $420 billion 
budget deficit, 5% slump in the stock exchange and devaluation of the dollar, with the long term determination to begin paying off 
the $8.7 trillion debt by means of fulfilling our international treaty obligation to official development assistance estimated at $33 
billion this 2006 and then cooperating with creditors on the basis of social welfare. 

Jose Antonio Ocampo v. Luis Moreno-Ocampo HA-22-6-06


In this brief, the author, Mr. Anthony Joseph Sanders, hopes to identify with Mr. Jose Antonio Ocampo, the Under Secretary

General of Economic and Social Affairs since September 2003, with whom the author ostensibly registered his non-governmental

organization, Hospitals & Asylums, in January  Registration of Hospitals & Asylums (HA) has however not been affirmed and

all service by the United Nations has ceased since the strange murder-suicides of the last two remaining cases detained at the

International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia for which this brief seeks reparation, and the betrayal of Charles

Taylor for which this brief seeks a published, neutral and fair trial.  Damages to HA caused by corruption in the Hague require

repair in two forms for harmony to be restored:  First, the unjustified severance of relations without trial by ECOSOC of HA is

sought to be redressed, so that the bio-terrorists and superior orders from the Hague do not succeed in dishonoring the realistic

yet positively balanced States of the United Nations (SUN) Official Development Assistance (ODA) Atlas in the 2006 revision

of Human Development Data, for the next three years that to do aggregate official assistance distributive justice to the tune of

$111 billion US dollars in 2006. Second, to settle this civil case swiftly and impartially the dignified representation of Mr.

Jose Antonio Ocampo Under Secretary General is sought to transmit this brief to Mr. Luis Moreno-Ocampo, Chief

Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, with the intention of receiving 2,400 Euro for hours of work due the author,

and to then represent the financial interests of the HA NGO to Euro Millions Lottery International by remitting the 1 million Euro

settlement to the author, Mr. Anthony J. Sanders, for his birthday on 11 August 2006.


Ahmed Omar Abu Ali v. US Department of Justice Office of Civil Rights HA-22-6-06


Ahmed Omar Abu-Ali is an American citizen who was falsely convicted of providing material support to the al Qaeda terrorist

network.  Born in Houston, Texas and raised in Falls Church, Virginia, Abu Ali was valedictorian of his class at the Islamic Saudi

Academy high school in nearby Alexandria. In June 2003, he was arrested in Saudi Arabia while taking his final exams at the Islamic

University of Medina. Twenty months later (Febuary 2005), he was transferred to US custody.  The case of Achmed Omar Abu

Ali began as a victory for the United States against Saudi Arabia under Art. 14 of the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel,

Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment of 26 June 1987 that states, “the State shall ensure in its legal system that the victim

of an act of torture obtains redress and has an enforceable right to fair and adequate compensation, including the means for as full

rehabilitation as possible” and Art. 14(6) of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights of 23 March 1976, that states,

“when a person has by a final decision been convicted of a criminal offence and when subsequently his conviction has been reversed

or he has been pardoned on the ground that a new or newly discovered fact shows conclusively that there has been a miscarriage of

justice, the person who has suffered punishment as a result of such conviction shall be compensated according to law”. However, as

the result of the indictment being categorically false is now entitled to mandatory restitution from a US probation officer.


International Bar Association ICC Monitoring and Outreach Programme HA-27-6-06


The International Bar Association (IBA) Human Rights Institute Report “ICC Monitoring and Outreach Programme” First Outreach

Report of June 2006.  As security measure to protect the public from the genocidal superior orders that are obviously issuing from the

Hague it has been requested that communications and relations be quarantined to the Bar Association to prevent the employment of

poison and formation of death squads and slavery pacts in retaliation against their lawyers.  Whereas there is significant evidence that

the criminal tribunals and court engage in secret communications and bio-terrorist plots with the very misbehaving prosecutors and

generals that are brought before them for discipline we must protect ourselves from being overrun by the potential for fascist revolution

presented by the Hague at its current status quo by assuring that all communications are served upon the relevant Bar Association so

that they are not dealing in the dark with the criminals they are sworn to protect us against – prosecutors and generals.   The ICC and

tribunals must cooperate exclusively with the Bar Association in their relations and communications with states and non governmental



Sanders, Tony J. Hospitals & Asylums. June 2006.