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Battle Mountain Sanitarium at Hot Springs HA-24-7-21

 

Prospectus: To make a long nose short, the VA has discriminated against renovations to make Battle Mountain Sanitarium handicap and family accessible, and environmentally healthy in violation of Sec. 102 and 202 of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 under 42USC§12112 and 42USC§12132 pursuant to the Architectural Barriers Act under 42USC§4151 et seq. and 36 CFR 1191 App. C and abatement of asbestos under 40CFR§61.145 and (child dangerous) lead based paint under 40CFR§745.227 although the Secretary of Veterans Affairs has a duty under 24USC§152. $2.6 billion in un-obligated balances returned to the VA Medical Facilities budget do not meet the projected FY 22 obligation level of $9.5 billion, as the VA supposes, they are $165 million short. Including the $100 million cost of this prospectus to renovate Battle Mountain Sanitarium in Hot Springs and construct or lease a larger Multi-Specialty Outpatient Clinic in Rapid City, South Dakota, Congress must approve to add under 40USC§3307, to be mathematically and legally correct and theologically $7 billion by 42 months (Revelation 13:10). Congress is obligated to supplement the VHA facilities appropriation by $265,320,000 to $7 billion FY 22 with a commensurate reduction in medical community care appropriation pursuant to the Anti-Deficiency Act under 31USC§1341 and §1515(b)(1)(B), Sherman Anti-Trust Act under 15USC§1, American Athletic Conference, et al v. Shawne Alston, et al 594 U.S (2021) and Promoting Competition in the American Economy E.O. 14036 of July 9, 2021.

 

Mental Illness, Substance Abuse, Use and Suicide during COVID-19 at the VA HA-7-7-21

 

The COVID-19 pandemic has been associated with a 40% increase in mental health and substance use disorder, including an 11% increase in suicidal ideation by adults. Preliminary statistics indicate a -6% decline in suicides in the United States and -2% decline globally although there is 50% increase in suicide attempts by adolescents.  The reduction in suicide statistic may however be deceptive because of high rates of utilization of two medically negligent methods of suicide- untreated COVID-19 alone or assisted by 10% mortality in contagious hospitals, and augmented susceptibility to respiratory depression and death from opioid overdose, reported to have increased 20% 2019-2022 in the United States.  The global public health response to the COVID-19 pandemic must be held responsible for the intentionally hopeless and counter-intelligent retaliatory, mind altering substance, intimate partner violence “suicide attack” intent upon denying the public necessary information that “hydrocortisone, eucalyptus, lavender, peppermint or salt helps water cure coronavirus” to sell (child) defective vaccines.  Primary suicide risk factors are a history of depression, insomnia and other mental illnesses, hopelessness, substance use or abuse, certain health conditions, previous suicide attempt, violence victimization and perpetration, and genetic and biological determinants.  The abuse of certain mind-altering substances must be incorporated into the literature on mental illness – dimethoxymethylamphetamine (DOM) causes a three day panic attack followed by six months severe mental illness if not washed off with water, pseudo-ephedrine and statin drug brain shrink makes people illiterate and the brain damage, especially from statins becomes infected, a third form of toxic mental fuzz that causes one to wake up at 3 am has become a leading cause of suicide.  Pneumovax is recommended for all adults over or under age 65 to prevent pneumococcal infection of heart, lung and brain damage, especially in shell shocked Veterans with PTSD and TBI diagnosis.  Cannabis is recommended to be legalized to fully recover from PTSD and as safer alternative to opioids for chronic pain.  The FBI, DEA and ONDCP are condemned for their suicide attack.  Pain management specialists and their pharmacists shall enable the vast majority of health professionals to boycott DEA registration.  

 

Public Health Department (PHD)

 

To supplement Chapter 9 Hospitalization of Mentally Ill Nationals Returned from Foreign Countries §321-329.  Everyone must learn their lesson to win herd immunity against COVID-19 and future pandemics under 21CFR§330.10 and 42USC§300u: Hydrocortisone, eucalyptus, lavender, peppermint or salt helps water cure coronavirus allergic rhinitis. Eucalyptus or lavender also cure the wet cough of influenza. Mentholyptus cough drops are the front-line treatment for both influenza and coronavirus, with a little nose washing. To end COVID-19 place eucalyptus, lavender or peppermint soap in public restrooms with instruction to “wash face and nose”. Epsom salt bath, saline or chlorine swim cures coronavirus and sterilizes methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). Use Lysol cleanser. During a pandemic both staff and patients must be treated, whereby intensive care units (ICUs), waiting rooms, classrooms and public airspaces should be sterilized with eucalyptus humidifiers (diffusers). Although vaccination may cure coronavirus in two shots and reduce the risk of further severe infection and death, like the placebo influenza vaccine, COVID-19 vaccination does not alleviate the need to know how to treat the contagious "Pinocchio nose" nor truly end the pandemic. Furthermore, it is necessary to treat drug resistance propaganda. Hydrocortisone crème treats coronavirus, carcinogenic aspergillosis and many inflammatory, asthmatic and allergic conditions. Pneumovax 23 is recommended for adults over and under 65 to prevent pneumococcal infection of heart, lung and brain damage, otherwise Ampicillin is indicated for Azithromycin resistance. Co-occurring Streptococcus and Staphylococcus cause toxic shock syndrome. Doxycycline treats bubonic plague, Lyme disease and MRSA (not for use by pregnant women or children under 8). Clindamycin treats MRSA in pregnant women and children under 8. Metronidazole treats antibiotic resistant Clostridium difficile and Helicobacter pylori (not for use in first trimester). Onions, garlic and Gingko giloba improve insulin production. Stonebreaker (Chanca Piedra) cures urinary and gallstones (not for pregnant women). There is a drug abuse warning on pseudo-ephedrine and statin brain shrink under 42USC§242. Repeal Office of National Drug Control Policy intoxication 21USC§1701 et seq. Repeal extraneous tobacco definitions in 21USC§321(rr) para. 2-4. Repeal international mail theft (IMF) and counterfeit justification in 21USC§381(u). Insert online pharmacy consumer before pharmacist in 21USC§384(a)(1). Delete 'from Canada' in §384(b). Replace 'to submit to the Secretary' with 'record' at §384(d)(1). Insert 'foreign' before establishment and delete 'within Canada' in §384(f). Repeal paragraphs i to end §384(i-m). Repeal 'Medical records and payments' from Fair Credit Reporting Act 15USC§1681a(x)(1). Re-authorize human services legislation, restore Title IV Part A Sec. 401 – 417 of the Social Security Act 42USC§601-§617 to the 1995 condition and order all money from Biden-Harris American Families Plan support AFDC benefits.  

 

Human Services Reauthorization Act of 2021 HA-4-6-21

 

A Bill to arrange the authorizations of appropriations that justify the nomination of a Secretary to sustain an independent, Cabinet level, Human Services Administration (HSA) to staff an email address, administrate the programs of the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) and Administration for Community Living (ACL), propose necessary amendments to effectively separate HSA from the Public Health Department (PHD) and fulfill human rights.  To restore Title IV Grants to States for Aid and Services to Needy Families with Children and for Child-Welfare Services Part. A Aid to Families with Dependent Children Sec. 401 – 417 of the Social Security Act under 42USC§601-§617 to the condition it was in 1995 prior to degradation by the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996.  To order all money from the Biden-Harris American Families Plan be used to pay for direct AFDC child benefits.  Repeated references to the Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and Related Agencies Appropriations Acts in Chapter 43 make it clear that it is not the intention of Congress that the Department of Health be construed as a Service, although the no-good drug, lay-Congress may overvalue their services under 42USC§3515c.  Human Services, on the other hand, might do human rights the poetic justice that is wanted, if they were not infringed upon by the relatively militant Public Health Service, and vice-versa pursuant to the prohibition of funding for certain experiments involving human test subjects under 42USC§3515b. A decision resting upon “non-infringement” is generally much more secure than one on invalidity Harries v. Air King Products Co. No. 210, Docket 21600 (1950) L. Hand, Chief. A patent is valid if it is not infringed Altvater v. Freeman 319 U.S. 359, 363, 63 S.Ct. 1115, 1117, 87 L.Ed. 1450 Friendly J.

 

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