Hospitals & Asylums 






September 2010


The Summit opening the 65th United Nations General Assembly, from September 20-25, stayed home to defend the status quo.  On September 20-22 the Summit on the UN Millennium Development Goals for 2015 levied pledges of $40 billion over the next five years for the Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health.   They hope to save the lives of more than 16 million women and children, preventing 33 million unwanted pregnancies, protecting 120 millions of children from pneumonia and 88 million children from stunting, advancing the control of deadly diseases such as malaria and HIV/AIDS, and ensuring access for women and children to quality facilities and skilled health workers.  Goals 4 and 5 to reduce infant and maternal mortality by 2/3 and ¾ are the farthest from being fulfilled, of all the goals, showing only marginal improvements of around 10-25% since 1990.  Folic acid multi-vitamin supplements are not on the agenda, although they are the only unique recommendation for pregnant women in the United States, and while infants and women deserve some special protection and treatment, for the most part their health is the same or even more reliant upon the availability of clean water and sanitation, than men.  Infant mortality statistics in the United States did improve when the problem was studied, but they remain higher than in other industrialized nations, and the time of major improvement was the same time of major improvement in health indicators, primarily attributed to universal access to clean water and sanitation.  This fund, like all health care and hospital subsidies in developing nations should make sure to cooperate with road, water and sanitation efforts to ensure everyone has access to clean water, sanitation and transportation to hospitals.  This funding is a logical response to the likely failure to achieve Goals 4 and 5 it is only hoped that in their feminine militancy they are not deaf to the truth regarding the futility of health theology and need for hygienic utilities so the goals will be met.  


On September 22 a High Level Meeting was held to discuss the International Year of Biodiversity 2010 and strategies for achieving biodiversity targets under the Convention on Biological Diversity. As a consequence of human actions, species are being lost at a rate that is estimated to be up to 100 times the natural rate of extinction. In the past century, 35 per cent of mangroves, 40 per cent of forests and 50 per cent of wetlands have been lost.  It is hoped that environmental restoration and conservation efforts will generate trillions of dollars and be the foundation for sustainable economic development in the future.  Subsidies are needed to ensure the overriding human economic and social rights, particularly in developing countries, are in fact harmonized with the long term need for sustainable development founded upon environmental conservation and the preservation of biological and genetic diversity. Global Biodiversity Outlook of 2010 provides a comprehensive look at biodiversity loss around the globe.  Climate change is a major factor in biodiversity loss. With regard to species, every 1°C rise in temperature is expected to put an additional 10 per cent of species at increased risk of extinction.  The rate of loss of marine ecosystems is much higher than that of any other ecosystem on the planet; in some instances it is up to four times that of rainforests. Currently, on average, between 2 and 7 per cent of our blue carbon sinks, responsible for half of all carbon capture, are lost annually, a seven-fold increase compared to only half a century ago.  Ocean acidity has increased by 30 per cent since the Industrial Revolution, a change that is about 100 times faster than any change in acidity during the past 50 million years or so.  A new environmental treaty on the preservation of marine ecosystems is needed to supplement, on an equal basis, the three Rio treaties that form the foundation of international environmental conservation efforts.


The General Debate raged from September 23-24.  Joseph Deiss from Switzerland was elected President of the 65th General Assembly.  He and the Swiss President argued for the unified efforts of the UN not to be undermined by other actors.  They are disturbing in that UN Headquarters are located in Geneva, Switzerland, a fully industrialized nation famed for its banking, and seems to admit that they are a defense of the banking sector bailout, whose toxic individualized residential persecution is driving people from the UN in droves.  They do raise the issue that the UN is legitimate because its members are legitimate, and are not opposed to my democratic reforms to the UN Charter they censure.  US President Barack Obama spoke in behalf of all colonial military bases and genealogy oriented university professors in a speech that reeked of nicotine withdrawal, but like most psychotic delusions was firmly based in a religious belief that he could negotiate for a Palestinian Member of the UN by next year, if he was only allowed to quote my research finding that a Palestinian Supreme Court is needed to fulfill Arafat’s constitution, but he is really too abusive to infringe without a princely sum in compensation, so it remains to be seen.  Most of the speakers exhibited some delusional qualities, particularly in regards to the international cooperation and institutions that are so corrupted by coups in defense of impunity for the ICC assassination of WHO Director General Lee Jong-wook from Korea, killed in Switzerland the day before the Health Assembly in Geneva in 2006.  For several years now the only sure voice of sanity, good governance and leadership is that of the Chinese Delegate Wen Jiabao, who stayed home to laud Chinese progress on development and apologize for its corruption and inequality, for most of his speech, from which I quote, “The world of the 21st Century is far from tranquil, but gone are the days when problems were ultimately settled by war.  Peace and development remain the defining features of our time” a century when we are destined to achieve income equality and China and India will come to lead a democratically elected and administrated world government. 


On September 24 a High Level Meeting to Revitalize the Efforts on Disarmament was held to ensure President Obama’s nicotine withdrawal psychosis would not result in any more Haitian earthquakes or Pakistani floods.  And on September 24-25 the Summit was concluded with a Five Year Review of the Mauritius Strategy for the Implementation of the Barbados Programme of Action for the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States to assure us that small grants and development packages would indeed go to small island developing states and not be used to subvert, spy on and torture, the authors and leaders of international development who are in hiding, in remote undeveloped and lightly populated areas until justice is done, either by the expiration of their terms in office or self-discipline.  Small island nations are indeed attractive and defensible places to settle.  If you live on a particularly small and developing the international community might not even be able to cover up their visit, to torch your grass hut after intercepting your communication and tracing the location it came from, with their ordinary missions to embezzle the local government.  While I would like the United States to be included in the UN Demographic Yearbook and achieve the 0.7 percent of GDP contribution to ODA target, I do not feel that the UN Charter or the people who have come to dominate it, rule effectively, and are not able to do so unless they amend their Charter nearly exactly as I direct, and they are furthermore temporarily incapacitated because some idiot Trans-Atlantic slaver committed war crimes, in retaliation against my breach of confidentiality in statistical abstracting, that forced reparation of their victims, but in defense of the prosecution overthrew the international government and economy.  The UN needs to cooperate in empirical statistical affairs, but must not intervene in social and economic affairs, nor undermine and sabotage the so-called competition, because in a liberal democracy the government is the enemy of the (very tender) economy.  The UN and governments in general are not welcome to play with the people or plagiarize the author (they must pay) but governments are needed to be responsible for statistics and the fulfillment of human rights.


Empirical US Foreign Assistance Statistics at the Close of the American Imperial Century: An Act to Secure a Voluntary 1 percent ODA Tax on Income HA-30-9-10


The US government needs to prove they have the human intelligence to contribute 0.7 percent of their GDP to ODA by 2015.  This can be accomplished if the US performs four tasks.  First, the US government’s official leaders of international development must publish annual foreign assistance statistics prominently on their website, transmit this to the US Census Bureau and CIA World Factbook to make foreign assistance the focus of US international relations for the domestic constituency of donors and advocates.  Second, capitalizing upon their new found bona fide empirical professionalism and mastery of the field of foreign relations the US Foreign Service must amend the intelligence failures in their foreign relations law, limit military financing to under the $800 million global limit, and bring an end to these foolish wars in the Middle East and Central Asia by purchasing their quota from an Afghan Opium Agency.  Third, going back the official table of foreign assistance the Department of State and USAID must account for the unique prevalence of private tax deductible contributions to causes that qualify as ODA and transmit these totals annually to the US Bureau of the Census and therefrom to the CIA World Factbook, OECD and UN Development Program to ensure the quantity and quality of US foreign aid is fully respected and credited by the international institutions that keep ODA statistics.  Fourth, to be fairly certain to achieve the 0.7 percent contribution target by 2015, a 350 percent increase from 0.2 percent, 0.25 with private contributions, the US must legislate a voluntary 1 percent official development payroll tax immediately, that would be administrated by USAID, that would not become enforced for all taxpayers until 2020 when the UN Charter Legitimate Edition should be ratified and first Secretary of the UN elected.  Everyone likes the idea of a tax to pay welfare to the world’s poorest people.  Three out of four Americans say they would like to pay such a 1 percent international development tax as long as it promoted peace and went to the world’s poorest people and the other quarter aren’t sure, but aren’t opposed to the idea.  Enacting the 1 percent international development tax now will give USAID the power to the fulfill the MDGs for the word’s poorest and richest alike.  A short Act is proposed in the appendix to this treatise to secure the peace, enact the tax and concisely and sovereignly direct US foreign policy at the beginning of the 21st century.    


Book 5 International Development (ID)


To amend Chapter 5 Columbia Institution for the Deaf §231-250.  Under the Millennium Development, MDGs to end poverty for 1990-2015, the number of hungry people living on less than $1 day is to be cut in half to 622 million people.  In 2005 843 million people, 12.5% of the population, were hungry and over a billion lived on less than a dollar a day, 21%.  In 2009 after the economic crisis the number of hungry people rose to 18%, 1.2 billion people and the number of poor to 22.9%, more than the 22.75% called for in the MDGs.  The spread of the HIV/AIDS pandemic has already been halted and reversed.  The recession is a major setback and the only viable option is for the basket of industrialized national currencies to appreciate developing nation currencies, ending neo-colonial exploitation.  Official Development Assistance (ODA) growth must be sustained to achieve the intermediate target of 0.7% of GDP on the way to a 1% social security style payroll tax for international development.  The US must account for their unique private assistance flows in a up to date master table and report to the UN Demographic Yearbook.  Voting at the Bretton Woods institutions must be reformed from contribution based to population based, a one person one vote democratic system.  IMF Special Drawing Rights (SDR) shall be the international reserve currency.  The US shall reduce the price of a work visa from $2,500 to $500, purchase a quota from the Afghan Opium Agency, and terminate funding of the Israeli/Egyptian US military finance race.  The Foreign Service Exam shall be reserve for people with a minimum qualification of a BA in International Affairs or equivalency. The U.S. shall amend Title 22 Foreign Relations and Intercourse (a-FRaI-d) to Foreign Relations (FR-ee), change the name of the Court of International of the United States (COITUS) to Customs Court (CC), to finish dividing the USAID Bureau for Asia and the Near East (ANE) into the Bureaus for the Middle East and Central Asia (MECA) including India and South East Asia (SEA) including Oceania.  Although the number of casualties of war have gone down since the foundation of the United Nations income inequality, poverty and deaths from preventable disease have increased and to democratically elect a bona fide civilian government it is resolved to set down the General of the United Nations (GUN), elect a Secretary of the UN (SUN), change ECOSOC to Socio-Economic Administration, General Assembly to Parliament, Trusteeship to Human Rights Council and establish an International Tax Administration by ratifying the United Nations Charter Legitimate Edition (UNCLE)…674


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