Hospitals & Asylums 








October 2011


By Anthony J. Sanders


World population reached seven billion this October and 50 percent, one out of two children, born (in industrialized nations) today, are expected to live to 100.  6.6 billion was tough, I didn’t think we were going to make it.  We certainly had to learn a lot of medicine.  My course on antibiotics added forty new pages to the book on Drug Regulation (DR).  I didn’t write anything else because that took some time, writing is not as compatible with camping as reading and I have been helping my sister build her house before her second baby is due on December 25, and they are six miles too rural for high speed.   The Occupy Wall St. protest is fun.  I hope to cover it soon, with the new digital camera I bought with money saved from camping rent free, the gainful employment of the SSI beneficiary.  I hope common knowledge regarding antibiotics for the treatment of heart disease and the use of metronidazole for gastrointestinal infections will defeat the law of perversity, that the least is known about the most common illnesses.  The reactionary propaganda however conspires with the extortionate medical establishment to sit on their laurels.  The rosy public health statistics in industrialized nations, so soon after a decline in life expectancy in 2007 when the world was struggling with a 6.6 billion population, bely the fact that women and non-smokers are well on their way to 100, and our primary public health concern is to eliminate sexual discrimination and drug warfare from the propaganda, so that men will get exercise cooking healthy food and cleaning and people will stop being addicted to defective medicine and beliefs, such as anti-smoking propaganda.  While broad spectrum antibiotics are not the cure for everything, they do tend to give people the edge they need to recover from illness and achieve a higher level of diet and physical fitness.  The development of broad spectrum antiviral drugs promises to make health even easier.  In India only about 30% of “doctors” actually have degrees from a medical college.  “Doctors” without medical degrees dispense advice and common medicines, such as NSAIDs and antibiotics, and refer other cases to the hospital.  The primary difference in treatment in the United States and developing world is that only three percent cases in developing countries are subjected to medical testing whereas in the United States patients are subjected to extensive medical testing and have difficulty getting prescribed the proper treatment.  American doctors, as privately adversarial as they wish to be remembered, seem to in fact be working for the public health system, where they find the statistical justification for their unearned financial success they need, and shamelessly report diagnosis of diseases they strangely don’t know how to treat.  There is hope that every other child born today will live to 100 worldwide if developing countries would implement epidemiologic surveillance systems for the maintenance of public hygiene and industrialized nations would stop trying to capitalize on the diagnosis of disease and cure it quickly and effectively with the commonly prescribed treatments found in internal medicine textbooks that never seem to make it to the panicky grant proposals regarding disease outbreaks found in the news media and on the Internet.   


Book 8 Drug Regulation (DR)


To amend Chapter 6 Gorgas Hospital §300-320.  to reduce demand for the 10 billion prescriptions and oppression that fuel the $1 trillion global drug market with $600 billion in pharmaceutical sales and $400 billion in illicit drug sales, $160 billion pharmaceutical and $65 billion illicit drug sales in the U.S. in 2001, to market antibiotics and highly safe and effective prescription medicines Over-the-counter (OTC), to require all heart medicine labels to state “antibiotics, hygiene, vegan diet and daily exercise, are known to cure endocarditis”, to fast track the clinical and animal trials of the antiviral DRACO that might cure HIV and the common cold, to promote the manufacture of metronidazole in the USA, to refocus Food and Drug Administration (FDA) staffing from 1,500 new drugs and 54 market regulation in 1998 to do the more than 3,200 pharmaceutical preparations in circulation social justice, to criminally prosecute the psychiatric enforcers of dangerous neuroleptic drugs, to dissolve the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) and transfer responsibility to an FDA Center for Alcohol and Tobacco (and possibly Marijuana (ATM) and Department of Justice (DoJ) Bureau of Firearms and Explosives (BFE), to transfer the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), prohibit DEA international offices and police finance and change its name to Drug Evaluation Agency (DEA), to hire exclusively doctors to be DEA Administrative Law Judges (ALJ) in preparation for the transition, to commission a study of Schedule of Psychotropic Substances to identify and prohibit from circulation the pathogens that cause serious mental illness, to terminate automatically refilled contracts under DEA Form 222, to repeal the loophole in the statute that has hypothetically caused PTSD and Gulf War Illness since Vietnam, to change the 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, to stop doctors from receiving kickbacks from pharmaceutical companies, to divert pharmaceutical political contributions to independent candidates, to eliminate mandatory minimum sentencing and reduce sentences for illicit drug possession and trafficking, to make drug addiction treatment safe, accessible and judged by social worker licensed in addiction studies, to reschedule marijuana to Schedule III, establish an entirely new Type of classification for the Customary control of drugs and prohibition of pathogens and refund the mostly poor smokers of Roll-your-own tobacco and small cigars the unfair >2,000% excise tax increase of 2009 by guaranteeing a reduced tax rate of $1.828 for 17 years a year for small cigars and $1.0969 for 13.5 years a year for roll-your own MIRROR form….1085