Hospitals & Asylums    





November 2009


Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you.  Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid (John 14:27).  For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder; and his name shall be called wonderful, counselor, the mighty god, the everlasting father, the prince of peace (Isaiah 9:6).  We call him President Osama.


US War History HA-26-11-09


War is defined as a military conflict, either international or domestic, that takes the lives of more than 1,000 people.  Not including hundreds of Indian wars fought during American westward expansion ending in 1888, and other smaller conflicts such as the Barbary Wars (1801-05 & 1815) and the Quasi-War (1798-1800) the United States has officially fought a total of thirteen wars, suffering an estimated 1.3 million casualties. Nearly half of US casualties were incurred by the Civil War when 625,000 US and Confederate soldiers lost their lives.  Based on 1860 census figures, 8% of all white males aged 13 to 43 died in the Civil War, including 6% in the North and an extraordinary 18% in the South.  Advances in military technology such as rapid fire rifles and explosives have made the 20th century the most violent in human history.  Around the world nearly three times as many people were killed in conflict in the twentieth century as in the previous four, not very peaceful, centuries combined, with 109.7 million conflict related deaths, 4.35% of the general population, based upon mid century population.  Mega murder, the death of more than 1 million people, has become common in modern military conflicts.  Beginning with the occupation of the Philippines, when disease pushed the death toll over a million, to WWI when 19 million died, not including the 50 million killed by the Spanish flu, to WWII when 55 million were killed to Korea and Vietnam where more than 2 million were killed in each conflict to the invasion of Iraq since when 1.3 million people have died so the United States and coalition forces could enjoy kill ratios of one hundred to one.  Afghanistan fought the big war with the Soviets (1980-88) when 2 million people died and the 10,000 Taliban fighters, 101,000 coalition troops and 30,000-50,000 casualties of the current conflict are peaceful by comparison.  Having paid $33 billion reparations to Iraq, the largest in history, and having agreed to get out, long after the occupation exhausted the “rent” and OPEC jacked up oil prices to compensate, the only thing remaining for the US to do is forgive the debts and pay the corruption free National Opium Agency nation of Afghanistan no less than $20 billion that would be matched by NATO and former Soviet states and leave the country.  It is ridiculous to send more than 101,000 troops to fight 10,000 insurgent Taliban militants.       


CHAPTER 10 Armed Forces Retirement Home (AFRH)


To incorporate the contents of Chapter 1 Navy Hospitals, Army and Navy Hospital, and Hospital Relief for Seamen and Others §1-40 as clients of the political lobby established in Chapter 10 Armed Forces Retirement Home §400-435. Sections 400 and 435 are original.  The Armed Forces Retirement Home (AFRH) houses an estimated 1,600 veterans at the U.S. Soldiers' and Airmen's Home (USSAH) in Washington, D.C and the U.S. Naval Home (USNH) in Gulfport, Mississippi.  The Naval Home was established in the Naval Hospital Act of Feb. 26, 1811, by Paul Hamilton of South Carolina, secretary of the Navy under President James Madison. The charter was to provide a permanent asylum for old and disabled naval officers, seamen, and Marines.  The Naval Home was officially opened in 1834 and was known as the Naval Asylum until the name was changed to the Naval Home in 1880.  The Soldiers' Home was established in 1851, as an asylum for old and disabled veterans. The armed forces retirement home is a treasured right of veterans who have laid down their arms under Common Article 3 of the Geneva Conventions. AFRH statute settled the largest war reparations in history - $20 billion of the $33 Madrid conference for the reconstruction of Iraq under common Article 1 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights reaffirms the right of all peoples to self-determination.


CHAPTER 8 Drug Regulation (DR)


To amend Chapter 8 Gorgas Hospital §300-320 to reduce demand for the 10 billion prescriptions and oppression that fuel the $1 trillion drug market with $600 billion in global pharmaceutical sales and $400 billion in illicit drug sales, $160 billion and another $65 billion on illicit drug in the US alone, to transfer the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Office of Diversion Control to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and change its name to Drug Evaluation Agency (DEA), to re name of the Substance Abuse Mental Health System Administration (SAMHSA) to Social Work Administration (SWA), to transfer the Secretariat of the International Narcotic Control Board (INCB) to the World Health Organization (WHO), to remove Drugs from the name of the Office of Crime (OC), to give Afghanistan 80% of the national and 75% of international opium quota until opium demand from the war economy has subsided, to rewrite the Controlled Substances Act, patent, and protection of human research subjects statute in order to identify, isolate, control, inspect, prohibit and destroy the pathogens used in bio-medical research, to commission a study of the drug Schedule to identify and remove from circulation the pathogens that cause serious mental illness and reschedule to Schedule III, to terminate the automatically refilled military contracts under DEA Form 222 and repeal the loophole in reality that hypothetically causes PTSD, Gulf War Illness and a great deal of mental illness and disease in general, to provide for the regional Poison Control Centers to assist the federal government to monitor the possession and use of all poisons and pathogens used in bio-medical research laboratories, to inspect those laboratories and receive reports from the public regarding abuse of disease pathogens, to stop doctors from receiving kickbacks from pharmaceutical companies, to divert pharmaceutical political contributions to third party candidates, to eliminate mandatory minimum sentencing and reduce sentences for illicit drug possession and trafficking, to make drug addiction treatment safe and accessible, establish a rational Type of classification for the Customs to control drugs and prohibit pathogens. MIRROR form.