Hospitals & Asylums    

March 2006

Islamic Fundamentals HA-2-3-06

Islamic law, Shari’a, is the most governmental of all contemporary religious faiths.  There is however great latitude for interpretation of the Qur’an and to ensure that the rule of law is founded in human rights rather than human sacrifice the Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam (1990) was drafted as a Muslim 10 Commandments to supplement interpretations of Basic Human Rights in Islam whereby All human beings form one family whose members are united by submission to God and descent from Adam.  All men are equal in terms of basic human dignity and basic obligations and responsibilities, without any discrimination on the grounds of race, colour, language, sex, religious belief, political affiliation, social status or other considerations.  The division of human beings into nations, races, groups and tribes is for the sake of distinction, so that people of one race or tribe may meet and be acquainted with people belonging to another race or tribe and co-operate with one another thereby establishing the principle of equality of the entire human race. True faith is the guarantee for enhancing such dignity along the path to human perfection. 

Preserving Democracy: What went wrong in Ohio? House Judiciary Committee Staff HA-3-3-06


Representative John Conyers, Jr., the Ranking Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, asked the Democratic staff to conduct an investigation into irregularities reported in the Ohio presidential election and to prepare a Status Report concerning the same prior to the Joint Meeting of Congress scheduled for January 6, 2005, to receive and consider the votes of the electoral college for president. They found numerous, serious election irregularities in the Ohio presidential election, which resulted in a significant disenfranchisement of hundreds of thousands of voters raising grave doubts regarding whether it can be said the Ohio electors selected on December 13, 2004, were chosen in a manner that conforms to Ohio law, let alone federal requirements and constitutional standards. This report, therefore, makes three recommendations: (1) consistent with the requirements of the United States Constitution concerning the counting of electoral votes by Congress and Federal law implementing these requirements, there are ample grounds for challenging the electors from the State of Ohio; (2) Congress should engage in further hearings into the widespread irregularities reported in Ohio; we believe the problems are serious enough to warrant the appointment of a joint select Committee of the House and Senate to investigate and report back to the Members; and (3) Congress needs to enact election reform to restore our people’s trust in our democracy. These changes should include putting in place more specific federal protections for federal elections, particularly in the areas of audit capability for electronic voting machines and casting and counting of provisional ballots, as well as other needed changes to federal and state election laws.  Whereas this was done with Staff HA grants 1 CLE Credit.


The Constitution in Crisis: Deception, Manipulation, Torture, Retribution, and Coverups in the Iraq War HA-3-3-06


65 year Sentence for the President, Vice President, and other high ranking members of the Bush Administration misled Congress and the American people regarding the decision to go to war in Iraq; misstated and manipulated intelligence information regarding the justification for such war; countenanced torture and cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment in Iraq; permitted inappropriate retaliation against critics of their Administration, (retained convicted felons and punished the merit worthy).  Ranking Member of the House Judiciary Committee  Conyers introduced three House Resolutions concerning the serious allegations contained in this Report.  These charges appear to be more serious than the articles of impeachment approved by the House Judiciary Committee in 1974 against then President Nixon for, among other things, misusing the CIA and making false statements to the public to deceive them into believing a thorough investigation had been conducted regarding their wrongdoing.  In the past, the House also has created select committees to investigate serious breaches of public trust, issues of national security, or other matters of national concern. These have included potentially illegal or unethical conduct by Presidents, such as the Reagan Administration’s sale of weapons to Iran in the 1980's and U.S. military activity in Southeast Asia during the 1970's.  More generally, the type of offenses described herein which is central to Congress and the American people’s ability to trust its Commander in Chief regarding the use of military force can certainly be considered to be offenses resulting from the abuse or violation of some public trust, as explained by Alexander Hamilton in the Federalist Papers.  Congress must investigate the exact extent of the abuses of power and who was responsible, discipline responsible officials, and enact reforms that could deter such abuses in the future.  Whereas this was done with a Staff HA grants 3 CLE credits.


Anthony J. Sanders 8/11/74 v. Social Security Administration HA-5-3-06


Petition to have a replacement check sent after having the first lost in what is most likely a theft of the mail but it turns out is only late.   The right to social security is clearly written in human rights and that of charity in Holy Books.  Everyone, as a member of society, has the right to social security and is entitled to realization, through national effort and international co-operation and in accordance with the organization and resources of each State, of the economic, social and cultural rights indispensable for his dignity and the free development of his personality.  In this case the Social Security Administration is was merely requested to reissue a new check.  SSA has demanded a three day wait before tracing, canceling or issuing a new check therefore on the 7th SSA will be called again after the mail comes.  A family loan has conveniently prevented any damage resulting from the late payment of the rent.  The check for $471 was received on 7 March 2006 dated 3 March 2006.  Thank you.


Obituary of Milan Babic HA-5-3-06

At 18:30 hours on Sunday 5 March, Milan Babic, a detained witness, was found dead in his cell at the United Nations Detention Unit in Scheveningen.  The Detention Unit Medical Officer confirmed Milan Babic’s death shortly after his body was found. The Dutch authorities were called immediately. After conducting an investigation, they confirmed that the cause of death was suicide. Milan Babic’s family has been informed. Pursuant to his authority under the Tribunal’s Statute and Rules of Detention, the Tribunal President, Judge Fausto Pocar, has ordered an internal inquiry.  The Tribunal sentenced Milan Babic to 13 years imprisonment for crimes committed against non-Serb civilians in the self-proclaimed Serb political entity in eastern Croatia (the Serbian Autonomous Region of Krajina, which later became the Republic of Serbian Krajina).  Slavko Dokmanovic, committed suicide while at the Detention Unit 29 June 1998. Milan Kovacevic died of natural causes at the Detention Unit, 1 August 1998. Dordje Djukic provisionally released for health reasons, 24 April 1996; died, 18 May 1996 Mehmed Alagic died while on provisional release, 9 March 2003.  Momir Talic died while on provisional release, 28 May 2003.  The suicide rate is alarmingly high for a (condemned) detention center of less than 100 prisoners and Babic’s death is suspected of being a politically motivated homicide and is certainly a wrongful death.  It is sad that the most literate prison also be the worst in my experience. 

Middle East and Central Asia HA-7-3-06

North Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia have been conglomerated into a single region called the Middle East and Central Asia (MECA) to pay homage to Mecca in this predominantly Muslim region that includes eight states from the former Soviet Union.   In the beginning of 2006 the CIA World Fact Book reported a total of 713.1 million people living in the region  In 2006 the total GDP of the region was estimated at $ 3,673 billion with a per capita of $5,150 and increase of $941 billion over the $2,732 billion GDP of 2003 an 8.6% annual growth rate.  In 2003 the region received $12,137 million in ODA, not including the $33 billion of the Madrid Conference for the Iraq Reconstruction Fund.  In 2006 it is hoped to increase ODA revenues for the region to $22,200 million including the $10.2 billion settlement at the London Conference on Afghanistan, with at least $2,500 million ODA administrated through the national budget in 2006.  This 2006 we hope to account for the collection of $1 billion ODA from Middle Eastern nations with a per capita GDP of greater than $20,000: Bahrain, Israel, Kuwait, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.  This Chapter treats upon Islamic Fundamentals, Territorial Disputes and contemporary national and regional history with laws dating to 2500BC.

African International Development HA-10-3-06


Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper written to administrate African Social Security.  In 2005 Africa had a population of 886,245,857, 158,603,970 in North Africa and 727,641,887 in Sub Saharan Africa where the most severe poverty and human suffering, on the planet, occurs.  Continental Africa had a GDP of $2,272.5 billion and per capita of $2,500.  In North Africa the GDP was $839.5 billion and per capita $5,300.  In Sub Saharan African the GDP is $1,433 and per capita $2,000. It can be estimated that Sub Saharan Africa requires international investment of at least $100 billion annually to afford to achieve the UN Development Goals.  In 2003 ODA to Africa was estimated by UNDP at $26,545 million administrated $2,340 million to North Africa and $24,225 million to Sub Saharan Africa.  In 2005 the G-8 reaffirmed commitment to the international development of the world’s poorest continent.  Africa is a wonderful, diverse continent with an extraordinary, energetic and resilient people. But it is also plagued with problems so serious that no continent could tackle them on its own.

Obituary of Slobodan Milosevic HA-11-3-06

On Saturday morning, 11 March 2006, a prison guard found the former Yugoslav leader, Slobodan Milosevic, lifeless in bed. It was an abrupt end to his four-year U.N. war crimes tribunal for orchestrating a decade of conflict that ended with 250,000 dead and the Yugoslav federation torn asunder.  There was no comment from Milosevic's wife, Mirjana, who was often characterized as a power behind the scenes during her husband's autocratic rule and has been in self-imposed exile in Russia since 2003. Their son, Marko, also lives in Russia, and their daughter, Marija, lives in Montenegro.  Just 10 days ago, Milosevic complained in court of a "thundering noise" in his head. The next day he cut short an examination of a witness because of another headache. The following day, Feb. 24, he protested the refusal of presiding Judge Patrick Robinson to let him go to Moscow for treatment, but Robinson cut him off. "I'm not going to consider this".   Milosevic was born in Pozarevac, a factory town in central Serbia best known as the home of one of the country's most notorious prisons. His father was a defrocked Orthodox priest and sometime teacher of Russian. His mother was also a teacher. Both parents eventually committed suicide.  In high school, he met his future wife, the daughter of a wartime communist partisan hero. She also was the niece of Davorjanka Paunovic, private secretary and mistress of Josip Broz Tito, the communist guerrilla leader who seized power in Yugoslavia at the end of World War II.  The International Criminal Tribunal was misconceived from the opening of its prison and needs to be shut down immediately.  Milosevic graduated from law school in 1964 and joined the Communist Party.  It is recommended to continue the transfer of presidential judgeship of the Tribunal to a Serbian & Montenegrin Judge with the Mandate to remove the “Criminal” from the International Tribunal from the Former Yugoslavia.

Ohio State Debt Collection, Student Loan and Detention Case HA-14-3-06

The right to a free education is basic to all human rights treaties upon education and the primary objective of higher education is for it to be progressively free.  It is the concept of freedom that is being tried in this case.  Not only is the student loan collection agency acting irrationally in that they are trying to collect from someone living below the poverty line but they have conspired with prisons to persecute the advocate of freedom who the state does not pay, although they are obligated to.  It is the ideal of free higher education that we seek to enforce in this case.   First we shall liberate the student loan corporation and state debt collection service from the corrupt influence of the Attorney General and he can again write his page, that we shall call basic literacy.  Second we shall enforce the basic philosophic principle of debt collection in regards to inviolability of the poverty line.  Third the student loan corporation shall cancel all debts to Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation at their own expense in apology for the harassing calls terrorist attacks and criminal corruption that they are reliant upon myself to resolve.  Fourth we shall free Michael Luebbe from his years of false imprisonment and ensure that he is settled, from whence the student loan corporation could satisfy my bankrupt student loan. 

Regions of the United Nations (RUN)


There are an estimated 6.4 billion human inhabitants on plant earth with a GDP of $54.170 trillion and per capita income of $8,360 this 2006.  In 2003 UNDP estimated that $64.130 billion were administrated in ODA plus $33 billion from the Madrid Conference on the Iraq Reconstruction Fund - $97.13 billion annual total.  In 2004 we reaffirmed our commitment in a $1 trillion decade to afford the UN Millennium Development Goals for 2015.  In 2005 ODA could be estimated at approximately $89.13 billion plus remittances of migrants to their families, also known as direct investment of $167 billion, a total of $256.  It is important that goals are set by the UN General Assembly this 2006 so that Say’s law will apply whereas actual aggregate demand always equals actual aggregate expenditures and supply creates its won demand; hence it follows that desired expenditures will equal actual expenditures.  In the Summer HA shall more fully review the organizational structure of the United Nations and Europe and America shall be updated for 2006.  In future years, when the uncompensated international affairs work is not so burdensome on the author, it is hoped to balance the Official Development Atlas of the State of the United Nations (SUN) annually in March for a margin of error less than 10%.

World Water Day HA-22-3-06

In 1992, the UN General Assembly designated March 22 as “World Water Day” after the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio de Janeiro to draw international attention to the critical lack of clean, safe drinking water worldwide. Eighty percent of our bodies are formed of water, and two thirds of the planet's surface is covered by water: water is our culture, our life. The theme 'Water and Culture' of World Water Day 2006 draws attention to the fact that there are as many ways of viewing, using, and celebrating water as there are cultural traditions across the world.  Nearly 1.1 billion people (roughly 20% of the world’s population) lack access to clean safe drinking water. The lack of clean, safe drinking water is estimated to kill almost 4,500 children per day. In fact, out of the 2.2 million unsafe drinking water deaths in 2004, 90% were children under the age of five.  The world water crisis is created by a confluence of factors including climate and geography, lack of water systems and infrastructure, and inadequate sanitation, something that 2.6 billion people (40% of the world’s population) lack access to.


UN Chronicle: Human Rights Council HA-30-3-06


0n 15 March 2006, the United Nations 60th General Assembly passed a historic resolution approving the creation of the new UN Human Rights Council. The Council will serve as the main United Nations forum for dialogue and cooperation on human rights.  Its focus will be to help Member States meet their human rights obligations through dialogue, capacity building and technical assistance.  The Council will also make recommendations to the General Assembly for further development of international law in the field of human rights.  The first election of members of the Human Rights Council by the General Assembly is expected to take place on 9 May 2006, followed by the first meeting of the Council to be convened on 19 June 2006.  Below are UN Chronicle articles on issues that concern the new UN Human Rights Council and human rights machinery, as well as links to related UN websites and other resources.     


Delirious Ramblings HA-31-3-06


Further analysis of the wrongful death of Slobodan Milosevic, Milan Babic and the false imprisonment and human trafficking in contravention to the International Convention Against Torture and Degrading Treatment of Charles Taylor, Ahmed Omar Abu Ali and Tony Erpenbeck.  Evidence regarding an international conspiracy between the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and US Department of Defense and Federal Attorney General for colonial reasons by means of bad counsel in retaliation against witnesses in furtherance of the perversion of slavery that has seized the UN since the mid 1990’s similar to the seizure of the USA since the 1980’s.  Poisoning and computer hacking.


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