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Foreign Relations Audit of UN Depression HA-24-9-21

 

The gold standard for coronavirus diagnosis and treatment is hydrocortisone, eucalyptus, lavender, peppermint or salt helps water cure coronavirus colds. The Biden Administration has done well to reverse Trump Administration budget cuts, the US will help voluntarily sustain the economic self-injuring UN, until appropriates are adequate in 2023 pursuant to this audit, and even proposes to pay $75 million to renew UNESCO membership and discuss arrears. To get total State Department from $63.8 billion FY 22 to more than $7 billion FY 25 in less than 42 months, 4 percent inflation is necessary to profit from seemingly all-mighty, poisonous and economically depressing prophecy (Revelation 13:10). USAID is immediately advised to convert $294 million Countering People Republic of China Malign Influence Funding (CPMIF) to Haitian Earthquake relief and repeal FBI representation on exchange committee 28CFR§0.87. For the United Nations to ensure adequate funding without hyperinflation, the Fifth Committee needs to change their annual budget formula from (current year budget – technical adjustments + 1.6 percent recosting = -2.8 percent reduction) to (current year budget – technical adjustments + 3 percent recosting = 2.5 percent economic growth). After considerably longer than 42 months of persecution with budget cuts between $6 and $7 billion, UN Peacekeeping appropriation must increase to $7 billion (2022-2023) plus 3 percent inflation every year thereafter pursuant to Fifth Committee rule-making under Art. IV, Art. V(3)(b-d) and Art. VI of the WTO Agreement on Government Procurement (2012).

 

FY 2022 Education Department Cooties Budget Audit HA-16-9-21

 

With a true baseline of original outlays of $94.6 billion FY 21, the President's fantabulous legislative proposals to increase the budget to only $102.8 billion FY 2022 must be preliminarily rejected in response to the accounting revelation that his proposals actually cost $175.5 billion FY 22 and actual spending, with a supplement to ensure 3 percent growth from the previous year, should be $98.9 billion FY 22. The revised budget request for perpetual 3 percent inflation of $98.9 billion FY 22 is $4.3 billion, 4.4 percent, more than $94.6 billion FY 21, due to certain circumstances beyond control. Before passing any of the President's impoverishingly expensive requests, Congress must first vote to pass a $1.3 billion supplemental to ensure 3 percent growth across all programs. Another supplemental will be needed to provide ED with any more money to enact any of the President's plans, in full or in part, in addition to the accurate budget total determined by this audit.  The ED budget has largest margin of error of any Cabinet agency. Traditionally, this has been because other than loan guaranty and administrative costs [privately financed federal student lending program] revenues and expenses must be excluded from the budget pursuant to the Federal Credit Reform Act of 1990 under 2USC§661a(5)(A)(C).  The TEACH Grants category must delete everything but line 1 loan subsidies. Federal Direct Student Loans category lines 2-7 must be deleted, and so should line 8 when that insignificant program is terminated. General Funds Receipts attempt at tabulation should be entirely deleted. For the short-term record, Federal Family Education Loans Program Account (HEA IV-B) to be terminated FY 22 can be limited to the final Total, new loan subsidies and net re-estimate (non-add) row. Health Education Assistance Loans Liquidating Account, College Housing and Academic Facilities Loans Liquidating Account, Higher Education Facilities Loans Liquidating Account, College Housing Loans Liquidating Account revenues and advance appropriations should be clearly marked non-add. It would be wise to audit outlays by the addition of Elementary and Secondary Education, Higher Education and Administration (inc. Institute of Education Sciences) subtotals to ensure addition is accurate.  Very similar to his heartfelt desire to pay Equity and other Grants that are inequitable due to accounting fraud, to fulfill the President's wish for a post-pandemic return to school, it is more important than any amount of money for dis-regulated health professionals, that public and private schools be paid in gold standard for coronavirus treatment – hydrocortisone, eucalyptus, lavender, peppermint or salt helps water cure coronavirus.  Having been forgiven the violent delinquent student loan debt that dissuaded tax paying, the author, who is a disability beneficiary, has opened up to asking a $500 gift per agency audit in pursuit of more than $10,000 in gifts to justify the duty to file pursuant to the Equal Access to Justice Act under 31CFR§6.4(b)(1) and 5USC§504.

 

Fee to Defund the American Jobs Plan and Audit COVID-19 Booger Gold for Possible Devaluation HA-12-9-21

 

Request for $2,400 to audit the coronavirus counterfeited federal budget, be nominated Public Trustee and scout out the Hospitals & Asylums marathon in October and November 2021 in Washington DC pursuant to the Equal Access to Justice Act under 31CFR§6.4(b)(1), 5USC§504, 24USC§422 and 28USC§1821. Debt Held by the Federal Reserve doubled from 5.5 percent of GDP in 2009 to 10.8 percent of GDP in 2010 and again from 10 percent of GDP in 2019 to 20.2 percent of GDP in 2020. In 2021 Debt Held by the Federal Reserve is estimated to increase another 60 percent to 33.8 percent of GDP before growth moderates, reaching slightly more than 40 percent by 2024. The alternative to accumulating public debt held by the Federal Reserve in rollover funds, zero-coupon bonds, etc. in excess of what the market can bear - counterfeit currency under 31USC§5153 – is devaluation pursuant to the Marshall Lerner Condition under 19USC§4421, 22USC§5301 and 2020 Revised estimates: effect of changes in rates of exchange and inflation Report of the Secretary-General A/74/585 of 11 December 2019. Furthermore, the Bureau of Fiscal Service and Board of Trustees is believed to have overestimated the 2020 payroll tax by 14 percent. The American Jobs Plan, infrastructure bill and $3.5 trillion add-on, have not passed and must not pass because federal coronavirus relief counterfeiting would become virtually inaudible. The entire American Jobs Plan conspiracy exhibits a material weakness in effective internal control of financial reporting and is inconsistent with the current haphazard standards for federal accounting of relief bill counterfeiting, that would completely lose count if the American Jobs Plan were passed to the consternation of the poor and Audit Standard No. 6 Evaluating Consistency of Financial Statement by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. DOT Treasury balance is already flush with cash from three coronavirus rescue bills, however, to make up for the shortfall in five year plan to supplement mostly non-inflationary DOT revenue programs, the DOT budget necessitates an estimated $10,615 million supplement FY 23 and $12,744 million FY 24 to be skilfully integrated into their regular authorized apportionment budget pursuant to the Anti-deficiency Act under 31USC§1515.

  

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