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September 2006


$1 trillion Balanced Account Deficit HA-26-9-06


The US is facing a $1,240 billion account deficit for FY2006.  This is the third year the account deficit is above $1 trillion.  If Congress can levy the forfeiture of $100 billion from defense reserves and $100 billion from the Old Age Survivor Trust Fund in this last week of FY 2006 the budget deficit can be reduced to the manageable amount of $211 billion.  If the US exchanges their foreign assistance for both export credit and debt forgiveness from the UN the US can reduce their account deficit another $66 billion whereas the $33 billion in official development assistance is in such demand that international creditors and exporters will give this money full credit particularly if it is sealed with the first quarterly installment of $3 billion war reparations to Afghanistan.  If the aforementioned reforms are made a total of $266 billion in savings could bring the US permanently below the $1 trillion account deficit level of the past three years this FY2006.  In any case the strategy in this Act gives Congress firm guidance on bettering the President’s trade and budget policies FY2007.  Congress is sought to establish a $1 million fund for reasonable $1,000 payments for research balancing the budget and international trade.


CEELI Cover Letter HA-24-9-06


On 20 September 2006 I received a response from the American Bar Association Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative (ABA/CEELI) that stated, “Thank you very much for expressing interest in the employment opportunities with the American Bar Association Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative (ABA/CEELI)”.  In pursuit of a trip to Central Europe and Eurasia that would help my career in international development I am proposing to CEELI to draft a concept paper identifying and discussing primary issues of law relevant to Central Asia and Eastern Europe prior to the drafting process whereby the ABA’s strategy of in depth political opinion surveys would be conducted in Central Asian and Eastern European Bars regarding the establishment of an International Tribunal for Central Asia and Eastern Europe in the Hague where the ICTY once contracted with everyone’s local secret police officer. The paper will set forth alternative solutions to the issues raised and provide information regarding current trends in the law, such as national economic development and prison population. The final paper will be written by working groups consisting of U.S. and foreign experts in the particular field of international development and human rights.


Hearing AID Act of 2007 HA-20-9-06


This year the World Summit appears to be cancelled.  The High-level Dialogue on International Migration and Development United Nations General Assembly will be held 14-15 September 2006, the Midterm Comprehensive Global Review of the Program of Action for the Least Developed Countries for the Decade 2000-2010 18-19 September and the General Debate 19-29 September are to be held without the auspice of the World Summit.  Countercyclical, technical and UN Charter Amendment issues are addressed in this fourth draft. The major development of the year is the publication of the 5 regional chapters of the SUN that is balanced annually in one compehensible table.  The reforms caused by this review will bring proportional distributive justice to the UN system making the most significant changes in the amount of aid flow to India and China out of respect for their status as most populous and developing.  Consideration will be increased for least developed nations in Africa and also in America and Asia, proportionally through the allocation of international social security funding where it is needed most. Although in some areas the number of poor people are increasing the world as a whole is on track to meet the target of cutting in half the proportion of people living on a dollar a day or less by 2015.


General Debate of the World Assembly HA-19-9-06


Every year in September, the leaders of the world gather for two weeks in New York for the general debate, normally called the World Summit, which kicks off the United Nations General Assembly session. The 2006 debate begins on 19 September, and over the course of ten days, more than 80 Heads of State and Government will address the Assembly. Some of the themes to be debated include the issue of Darfur, the Middle East conflict, HIV/AIDS, climate change and development, as well as the selection of the next Secretary-General.  The United Nations should provide the leadership within the community of multilateral organizations to help the poorer nations develop the capacity to profit from globalization and the knowledge revolution. Global developments reiterate the universal validity of the need to respect human rights and personal freedoms of individuals as basic prerequisites to the freedom of nations.

Chapter XII of the UN Charter: International Taxation System HA-16-9-06

This Treaty Amends the UN Charter at Chapter XII International Trusteeship System Arts. 75-85 as ordered in paragraph 177 of the Draft Outcome Document 13 September 2005 of the World Summit to establish an international system of social security taxation that appears on the pay-stubs of workers and beneficiaries worldwide.  To deliver this message the word taxation or social security is inserted wherever trusteeship is mentioned.  Cross referencing has been redone.  The categories are changed in Art. 77 to recognized the obligations of least developed countries, middle income developing nations and donor nations.  Correlates taxation to the administration of social security benefits and mandates the rate of 0.7% of the GDP or 1% of the GNI for wealthy nations.  Administration shall occur on the basis of the national poverty line.  The objective is to promote the political, economic, social, and educational advancement of the inhabitants of the Member States.


Chapter XIII of the UN Charter: Human Rights Council HA-16-9-06


This treaty amends Chapter XIII of the UN Charter Arts. 86-91 Trusteeship Council for the Human Rights Council as ordered in the Outcome Document of the 2005 World Summit of 22 September 2005 and established in General Assembly Resolution A/60/251 Human Rights Council of 3 April 2006.  The Council shall comprise between 30 and 50 members, each serving for a period of three years, to be elected directly by the General Assembly, by a two-thirds majority. The Council will be the organ primarily responsible for promoting universal respect for and observance and protection of all human rights and fundamental freedoms for all, without distinction of any kind and in a fair and equal manner, recognizing their indivisible, inalienable and interrelated culture. 


Holocaust Prevention HA-13-9-06

"Each individual State has the responsibility to protect its populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity", declared the Outcome Document adopted by the United Nations at the 2005 World Summit in September. Historically, genocide and crimes against humanity had an uneasy relationship. Genocide required physical destruction of an ethnic group, while crimes against humanity spoke to a spectrum of acts of persecution, falling short of extermination. The Completion Strategy (S/2002/678) called on the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) to take all possible measures to complete investigations by the end of 2004, to complete all trial activities at first instance by the end of 2008, and to complete all work in 2010.

Bank Afghanistan Day HA-9-11-06


On this fifth anniversary of the suicide attacks that knocked down the World Trade Center in New York City and crashed into the Pentagon in Washington DC we remember the innocent civilians who died and the emergency professionals who perished in the collapse of the WTC.  Although it is true the US suffered a terrorist attack in this day in 2001 the US did their fair share bombings in the War on Terrorism.  Following my estimates and in the spirit of my draft constitution the US settled $20 billion that was matched with $13 billion at the Madrid conference in September 2003.  It is time to bring Bank Afghanistan Day in time with the 9-11 tragedy so that the message that accompanies their $20 billion US is clearly opposed to terrorism.  After the London Conference on Afghanistan international development assistance available for Afghanistan National Development Strategy from March 2006 increased to $10,500 million, $4 billion from the US.  The US owes another $8 billion for reparations and reconstruction before settling into 50 years at a rate of $1.6 billion annually.


Hospitals & Asylums v. Health Alliance HA-9-9-06


Case regarding 15 days of unlawful restraint in a psychiatric hospital.  Deals with the ethical issue of payment with welfare fraud case loans by the Secretary of Health and Human Services and discipline of the conspirators.  Makes plans for an estimated $25 million investment in community housing by the Health Alliance to overcome psychiatric hospital bed surplus.  Calls for the slavery free Probate Court to change their name to Justice of the Peace.  Arranges for the Board of Mental Health to oversee all psychiatric hospitalizations with timely and resourceful hearings.  Makes plans to discontinue the consumption of psychiatric medication until such a time when smoke stopping is voluntary.  Calls for the settlement of the social security claim for $1,000 a month retroactive through 2003 for $15,000 back pay.  Lays down a $250,000 social security settlement for Health Alliance by 23 September 2006 in apology for this false arrest of Hospitals & Asylums that increases to a $1 million professional settlement, if delinquent. 


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