Hospitals & Asylums
Spring Equinox Ed. 2011
By Anthony J. Sanders
This was a productive quarter. Its beneficence is however tapped by the revolution in North Africa and earthquake in Japan. It seems U.S. Customs is incompetent to write a brief or pay $5 a night, the rumored price of a Japanese hospital, for the privilege of staying at St. Elizabeth’s, so the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has been ruled Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity (NGRI) and committed to St. Elizabeth’s Hospital for the crimes of white slavery and homicide. But not before the bar of the United States Supreme Court infringed on the Second Restatement of Torts, in Snyder v. Phelps. After a bribe the ICC to bomb Libya scandal regarding S. Res. 1970 Peace and Security in Africa, the U.N. Security Council caved into terrorist demands and authorized a no fly zone in S. Res. 1970 the Situation in Libya, under Chapter VII of the UN Charter. The Libyan Constitutional Convention called for below remains the clearest path to peace in Libya, after cease fire. No fly zone propaganda by the European prosecutor incited Pele, Hawaiian goddess of fire, to wreak havoc on Japan. The nuclear and food security issues in Japan are serious. Three reactors at the Fujimori plant are in flames. Radiation has been detected in minute quantities in Tokyo water and in California. More work needs to be done, containing the facilities in nuclear fallout liability litigation from Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the Bikini Atolls to perfect the Pearl Harbor re-enactment. The Japanese government needs to micro-finance rehabilitation programs for residents that provide room, board and work with adequate medical support. On the topic of medical support, I am going to purchase 180 doxycycline, the once a day antibiotic, for around $35 including shipping. At 11 cents a pill doxycycline is the price leader, but it permanently yellows developing teeth in children. Over-the-counter antibiotics could retail for as little as $5 for doxycycline and $20 for the organic ampicillin and metronidazole.
Constitution of Hospitals & Asylums Non-Governmental Economy: Bicentennial Edition HA-26-2-11
2011 is the bicentennial of HA statute. HA dates to the Naval Hospital Act of Feb. 26, 1811, of Paul Hamilton secretary of the Navy under President James Madison. Abraham Lincoln added Freedmen’s Hospital and Asylum, the Columbia Institution for the Deaf and Arlington National Cemetery. St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, the National Home for Disabled Soldiers and Gorgas Hospital were also codified and repealed. The codification at Title 24 of the United States Code was the work of Hon. Edward C. Little who died on June 24, 1924 so the Civil Code could be published. The 14th draft of the Constitution recognizes that the American Legal System is a Civil Law System based upon the filing of briefs that cite the Civil Code and the common cents compensation for false arrest and torture are incorporated into common law. The future is now successfully expressed. Customs takes command of the Department of Homeland Security, the Customs Court and Title 22 is Foreign Relations (FR-ee). The US Constitution is amended to reduce the term for popularly elected federal judges to four years from five. The divorce and mental health courts are ceded to social workers and probate court to a social worker or funeral director. The death penalty is abolished. Justices shall elect a new Chief Justice, from amongst their number, every year.
Book 4 State Mental Institution Library Education (SMILE)
To amend Chapter 4 St. Elizabeth’s Hospitals §161-230 incorporating Chapter 9 §321-329 Hospitalization of Mentally Ill Nationals Returned from Foreign Countries at §189-194 therein, 6th draft. This work changes the name of the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to the Social Work Administration (SWA) to administrate professionally competent review tribunals of hospitalizations for mental illness and substance abuse by licensed social workers. Globally mental illness and psychological disorders stemming from substance are estimated to affect a combined total of 450 million people, 7.3% of the population. 55% of Americans have suffered mental illness at some time in their life and 1 in 5 Americans experience a diagnosable mental disorder in any given year, about 5% suffer a serious mental illness. In 1997 30,535 people died from suicide in the U.S. and it was the 11th leading cause of death in 2000. The de-institutionalization movement has been successful in reducing the psychiatric inpatient population by half from 515,572 in 1970 to 198,195 in 1998. During 1999 there were 1.7 million admissions to inpatient psychiatric treatment, 424,450 of those were involuntary commitments. Mental illness is the second leading cause of disability, costing disability insurance an estimated $24 billion and medical $65 billion annually, with mental health organization accounting for around $38 billion in expenditures. District of Columbia Mental Health System statute reduced the inpatient psychiatric population of St. Elizabeth’s hospital from 7,000 to 600 and in 2009 the buildings were bought by the Department of Homeland Security and in 2011 the statute amended to recognize “Customs” as the inheritors of Title 6 of the USC and CFR. Under deinstitutionalization the diagnosis of mental illness and psychiatric drug consumption have increased alarmingly particularly amongst juveniles. Anti-psychotic and hypnotic drugs are the leading cause of prescription drug overdose. Civil commitments and judge enforced medication are abolished. The licenses of all state mental institutions, private psychiatric hospitals and general hospital psychiatric wards are terminated. Funds shall be reinvested in social worker supervised group homes and forensic hospitals. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual DSM-V must recognize the diagnosis sado-masochism (dsm) to reverse the rise of this abusive class to its highest levels of incompetence. MIRROR form…545
Book 6 Judicial Delinquency (JD)
To amend Chapter 6 Freemen’s Hospital §261-270. Freeman’s Hospital and Asylum cared for freed slaves in the Washington DC area during the civil war era. In 2005 a record 7 million people, one in every 32 Americans, were in prison or jail, an increase of 2.7% over the previous year. In 2009 the state prison population declined for the first time since 1973. Reductions in the prison population is a priority for the U.S., lawyers and judicial officers must focus on achieving this monumental task and cease corrupting political and commercial power with their negligence. The prison population quintupled from 503,586 in 1980 (220 per 100,000) to 2,085,620 in 2004 (707 per 100,000). The U.S. has the most and densest concentration of prisoners in the world comprising 24% of the 9 million global prisoners, more than Russia, the runner up, and more than China. For the U.S. to achieve the legal limit of 250 detainees per 100,000 the total number of local jails and state and federal prison beds must be limited to less than 740,000. One million is a good goal. Nearly 650,000 people are released from prison to communities each year. Each year the nation’s 3,200 jails release an excess of 10 million, 3% of the population back into the community. Nearly two thirds of released State prisoners are expected to re-arrested for a felony or a serious misdemeanor within three years after release. In 2005 7% of all prisoners were women, the number of women prisoners increased 2.6% while male prisoners rose 1.9%. Racial disparities among prisoners persist, particularly in the 25-29 age group, 8.1% of black men, about one in 13, were behind bars, compared with 2.6% of Hispanic men and 1.1% of white men. The plan is to acquit people falsely arrested, reduce sentences in both legislative and litigate practices, probate and parole criminal offenders to serve their sentences in halfway houses and equal employment opportunity programs to safely and sustainably reduce the prison to meet international minimum standards of detention of less than 250 prisoners per 100,000 with a 10 year community based corrections equality plan. The U.S. needs to ratify the Optional Human Rights Protocols recognizing the Human Right Council, aiming for the abolition of the death penalty, eliminating all forms of discrimination against women and establishing national human rights institutions to hear complaints of torture and false arrest…856
Tohoku Earthquake and Kilauea HA-14-3-11
The Kilauea eruption of 6 March triggered a magnitude-9.0 offshore quake that struck Japan at 2:46 p.m. 11 March 2011 that was the biggest to hit Japan since record-keeping began in the late 1800s. It ranked as the fifth-largest earthquake in the world since 1900 and was nearly 8,000 times stronger than one that devastated Christchurch, New Zealand, in February 2011. The quake shook dozens of cities and villages along a 1,300-mile (2,100-kilometer) stretch of coast and tall buildings swayed in Tokyo, hundreds of miles from the epicenter. Minutes later, the earthquake unleashed a 23-foot (seven-meter) tsunami along the northeastern coast of Japan near the coastal city of Sendai in Miyagi prefecture. The quake caused a rift 15 miles below the sea floor that stretched 186 miles long and 93 miles wide. The areas closest to the epicenter of the quake jumped a full 13 feet closer to the United States. The quake also shifted the earth's axis by 6.5 inches, shortened the day by 1.6 microseconds, and sank Japan downward by about two feet. Kilauea is called the home of Hawaii’s Goddess of fire, Pele, and the myth helped to consolidate the Open Sky, Sea Bed and Environmental Modification Treaty theories so popular in the Ring of Fire. Quake-hit Japan now faces a recovery and reconstruction bill of at least $180 billion, which they have already injected to stabilize the market until order is restored, or 3 percent of its annual economic output, or more than 50 percent higher than the total cost of 1995's earthquake in Kobe. Insured losses from Japan's earthquake could be as high as $35 billion, even without tsunami- and nuclear-related losses. The death toll is already estimated to exceed 10,000. It will take 4-5 years to rebuild.
Re-invest Security Council Resolution 1970 in a Libyan Constitutional Convention HA-7-3-11
Libya has a population of 6.6 million. The median age is 24.5 years. There are 24.04 birth, 3.4 death and 20.09 infant death per 100,000. Life expectancy is 77.65 years. Literacy is 82.6%, 92.4% for males and 72% for females. The GDP is $77.91-89.03 billion. Growth rate was 3.3% in 2010. Per capita income is $13,800. Unemployment runs around 30% and one third of the population is estimated to live below the poverty line. The Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahirya is in trouble. UN Security Council Resolution 1970 of February 26, 2011 called for an arms embargo and seized the assets of Colonel Qadhafi's family and leadership involved in the suppression of dissent and violence. The resolution condemned the use of force against civilians that began when two protesters of the incarceration of a human rights lawyer were killed. The Libyan Red Crescent reported that two of its medics were wounded in a deliberate attack from a base loyal to Qadhafi. There are no political parties, nor constitution, in Libya. Col. Qadhafi himself holds no political title although he is the de facto head of state. Attacks against civilians must cease. Then the UN will decide whether to return Qadhafi's money or invest it in a democratically elected government. Democracy seems to be the price for the Libyan seat on the Human Rights Council, like the Lockerbie settlement was contingent on non-permanent membership to the Security Council. Whereas leadership has violently suppressed dissent the price is pensions now or prison in a year. The Qadhafi regime must declare a cessation of hostilities and swear to protect the democratic process of a Constitutional convention. It remains to be seen if Qadhafi can be so nonviolent as to be permitted to run in the elections. The United Nations must legitimize a Constitutional Convention, that will draw the plans for the democratic election of a new regime, by amending the Constitution of 1951.
Customs House Act St. Elizabeth e-Motion HA-26-2-11
To enact “Customs” as the occupiers of what was St. Elizabeth’s hospital and to succeed the executive department of Homeland Security. Be the Officer of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties billed $5 a night for the HA bicentennial. $1800 a year for the privilege of reporting to the recused Secretary and $50,000 or agreeable federal compensation to report to Congress. HA Chapter 4 St. Elizabeth’s Hospital 24USC(4)III§225 is amended at (a)(1) so “are currently” is amended to read “have been” and at (a)(5) “currently” to read “that were” and at (b)(3) “from the present system” is repealed and a new clause is added, (c) In January 2010 U.S. Customs acquired all real property of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital under 19USC(10) §2081(a)(1)(A) without regard for the need to abolish the Department of Homeland Security and is hereby ordered to amend all references to Homeland and Domestic Security throughout Title 6 of the United States Code, and Title 6 of the Code of Federal Regulations, and elsewhere in the Civil Code to better respect local “Customs”. 24USC(4)III§225a is appended at (10) the term “Customs” means the occupants of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital. §225f Property Transfer is repealed at (a) “exclusion of certain real property” and (a)(1) Except as provided in paragraph (2). At (a)(2) is appended “until Customs assumed liability for the intellectual “rent” under 40USC(II) (D) III§8141, 17USC§201(a, c, e, d), and the Mental Health Bill of Rights 42USC((102)IV§9501 (A,i,D). There are more tort reform amendments in the technical summary that links to the full text e-Motion.
e-Redetermination of Class $666 HA-18-2-11
Redetermination of SSI Eligibility 20CFR416.204. The President visited the earmark of Hillsboro, that cost Rangel his tax haven, knocked out the cusp of my first maxillary molar with the Medicare card that already cost me one wrongful eviction, and felonious subjected my SSI benefits to the deprivation of relief under 18USC(13)§246. Impeach the white supremacist for Sedition under Art. 2(4) of the US Constitution and Sec. 202(u)(i) of the Social Security Act. I do not receive $244.66 in housing and food. I receive $625 a month SSDI. I receive $170 in food stamps and $69 SSI (until March) from Oregon. I now pay $340 a month in rent, $96 for cable and Internet and this month I had to pay $85 for utilities. I may go to the local office and fill out Form SSA-561-U2 that should have been mailed and will not be done under the duress of a homicidal home invading torturer. Both I and my roommate get roughly $666 a month from Social Security and SSA goes to great lengths to perpetuate this malicious clerical error by denying COLAs for three years and now terminate my SSI, bringing me from $694 to my DI $625. We feel this class of social security beneficiaries must recover the living wage of $1,000 a month as compensation for these unwise bureaucratic calculations approximating the number of the beast (Revelation 13:18). This e-Appeal to keep SSI benefits should in fact be admitted as a petition for an increase from $69 a month to $375 a month or $200 taking into consideration appreciation for the Oregon Food Card, rather $0 SSI, in the first instance. On second thought, terminate my SSI as evidence of Sedition, and pay me $700 a month from DI without regard for e-literacy of SSA. This un-licensed social worker representative of class $666 mo. requires $700 ($2 billion) payable from the collective malpractice insurance of literacy prohibiting SSA ALJs and lawyers, to $1,000 ($32 billion) a month from FBI health care fraud returns and the Recovery Act reserve at DHHS.
Best Medicine Monographs HA-14-2-11
Hospitals & Asylums (HA) best medicine monographs have been edited for entry into production software. The FDA has requested industrial sponsors to market the Rx to OTC drugs America needs to survive the socio-economic depression. Corporations, namely Kroger Inc. for whom I once worked for a few weeks and as HA once broke a strike in the 11th hour, are asked to buy the copyright. In 2004 the number mortalities in the United States increased and in 2008 life expectancy decreased. Only clean water and sanitation have extended life expectancy longer. Schizomycetes infections are the greatest threat to human life and antibiotics are bactericidal. Ampicillin trihydrate is made from penicillin nucleus and 3 H2O to reduce antibiotic associated colitis that is treated by metronidazole. To extend life expectancy in the U.S. the propaganda must be disseminated for the best medicine to be made available to the public. The humor of antibiotics is that one is generally prescribed a course of 20, as much as come in a pack of the cigarettes people become addicted to. There are cleverer medicines that cure deadly diseases with as little as 1g dose of Cogentin for the extrapyramidal side effect of antipsychotic medicine and 1 mL of Narcan to reverse all effects of opiates including fatal respiratory depression from overdose and 1g azithromycin or doxycycline for cholera used with Oral Rehydration Salts (ORS). While the dwindling numbers of health insured Americans have pretty good access to basic antibiotics the irresponsibility of the nearly unique private health system obscures the practice of metronidazole needed for product liability to heal a broken heart by Valentine’s Day.
Model Cigarette Warning Label HA-31-1-11
Title II of the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act P.L.111-31 signed June 22, 2009 Section 201 Cigarette Labels and Advertising Warnings Section 4 (a) directs Each label statement shall comprise the top 50 percent of the front and rear panels of the package. A model warning label has been prepared to consolidate the prescribed one liners into comprehensive instruction for cigarette consumers that states, Front flip top: Cigarettes are addictive and a cause of osteoporosis, lung disease, cancer, strokes and heart disease, that can kill you. Front: Smoking during pregnancy can harm your baby. Tobacco smoke can harm child development and cause fatal lung disease in nonsmokers. Side: Quitting smoking now greatly reduces serious risks to your health. Please consult a physician or attend a local meeting of www.nicotine-anonymous.org. Side: Nicotine withdrawal is a mental illness. Nicorette gum and prescription drugs help. Smoke Jimson weed for asthma and mullein for pulmonary ailments. E-cigarettes may be used in public. Back: Nicotiana tabacum (tobacco) was first cultivated for smoking by Native Americans. After discovery people around the world became addicted. American colonists used tobacco as money. As early 1761 snuff was linked to cancer. Numerous U.S. Surgeon General Reports blame smelly tobacco smoke for deadly diseases more caused by nosocomial infection. Many States have banned smoking in public places. Get plenty of cardiovascular exercise. Although required to do so by July 22, 2010 the Federal Cigarette Labeling and Advertising Act has yet to be amended and industry to implement the new labels.
Cogentin and Narcan Singles Monographs HA-15-1-11
Rx to OTC Course under 21CFR§330.10. Sponsors permitted by U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Technical Writing (Not to Scale) for Production Software. Cogentin 1 mg tablet. Benztropine mesylate, Antiparkinson’s agent. Take One for Extra-pyramidal Side Effect of Antipsychotic Medicine. Right to refuse treatment Mental Health Bill of Rights 42USC((102)IV§9501(A,i,D). Contents: Narcan 1mL; 0.4 mg nalaxone hydrochloride injection, USP, suspended in 8.6 mg sodium chloride and 2 mg methylparaben. Inject opioid antagonist in vein or muscle to prevent or reverse narcotic overdose. www.findtreatment.samhsa.gov under 42USC(42)§3401
Metronidazole 400 mg Monograph HA-3-1-11
Rx to Over-the-counter Metronidazole course. Sponsors permitted by U.S. Food and Drug Administration Drug Information Division. Sidebar 1: Contents:2 sealed packages of 10 tablets Metronidazole 400 mg Active Ingredients: 2-(2-methyl-5-nitroimidazol-1-yl)ethanol Inactive: cellulose, FD&C Blue No. 2 Lake, hydroxypropyl cellulose, hypromellose, polyethylene glycol, stearic acid, and titanium dioxide. Sidebar 2: Store at 15–25°C (60-80°F) up to 5 years. Take for endocarditis, gynecologic, inter-abdominal and respiratory tract infections, septicemia, skin infections, vaginalis, giardiasis, amebiasis, antibiotic associated colitis, Crohn’s Disease, peptic and duodenal ulcers, urethritis, rosacea, tetanus and trichomoniasis. Consult a physician. Front: Metronidazole Flagyl ER 400 mg tablets Bactericidal, amebicidal, and trichomonacidal U.S. FDA Rx to OTC Course Effective against many extra-intestinal diseases caused by Anaerobic gram-negative bacilli, including most Bacteroides species, Fusobacterium, Veillonella; anaerobic gram-positive cocci Clostridium (including antibiotic resistant C. difficile), Eubacterium, Peptococcus, Peptostreptococcus, H. pylori, G. vaginalis and protozoa E. histolytica, T. vaginalis and Giardia lamblia. While the strong eat whatever they want the weak eat only vegetables (Romans 14:2) Back: Contraindications: Not active against fungi, viruses, and most other aerobic or facultative anaerobic bacteria. Not for use by pregnant women in first trimester, nor with warfarin, barbituates, disulfiram or lithium. Discontinue alcohol and breastfeeding until 48 hrs. after completing course. Discontinue if neurological symptoms manifest. Carcinogenic. Not effective against all diarrheas. Wait 4 weeks between courses. Distributed Over-the-counter under 21CFR§330.10 by permission of firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ampicillin 500 mg Monograph HA-1-1-11
Rx to Over-the-counter Ampicillin course. Sponsors permitted by U.S. Food and Drug Administration Drug Information Division. Sidebar 1: Contents: 2 sealed packages of 10 capsules Ampicillin 500 mg Active: Ampicillin trihydrate of penicillin nucleus and 3 H2O Inactive: black iron oxide, gelatin, FD&C Blue #1, Red #3, Red #40, lactose monohydrate, silica gel and titanium dioxide. Sidebar 2: Store capsules in sealed container at 15–30°C (60-85°F) up to 24 months from manufacture. Take for endocarditis, meningitis, respiratory infection, pertussis, septicemia, urinary tract, typhoid, salmonella and shigella infections. Consult a professional. Front: Ampicillin 500 mg adult dose. Broad spectrum antibiotics. U.S. FDA Rx to OTC Course $20. Take on twice a day for 10 days. Effective against many Schizomycetes infections including Strep infections dangerous to human life, S. pneumonia, clinical S. pyogenes, S. agalactiae (rheumatic heart disease), and nosocomial S. facecalis and S. sanguis (6 week endocarditis untreated); for which there is no vaccine. Side effect: antibiotic associated colitis; take metronidazole for gastroenteritis. Back: Only clean water and sanitation have extended human life expectancy longer than antibiotics. This makes antibiotics the best medicine of the 20th century. Lysol™ is 99.9% effective against environmental bacteria and viruses. Distributed Over-the-counter under 21CFR§330.10 by permission of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Division of Drug Information email@example.com
Cholera Kit HA-30-1-11
In order to be prevent an 8th Cholera epidemic a cholera kit has been prepared, it includes – Oral Rehydration Salts (ORS), one dose Azithromycin 1g, Dukeral® Oral Traveller’s Diarrhea Vaccine, Water Purification and Rice Water Diet. Cholera requires immediate ORS treatment because the disease can cause death within hours. A high infecting dose (as many as 10 11 organisms) is necessary to cause illness in healthy individuals. The usual incubation period is 2 to 5 days, although it can be as short as several hours. Severe cholera is characterized by a sudden onset of profuse, watery diarrhea accompanied by nausea and vomiting. Over 50% of the most severe cases die within a few hours; however with prompt, effective ORS treatment, mortality is less than 1%. Annual global figures (2009) reported to WHO included 221,226 cases and 4,946 deaths from 45 countries. Globally, mortality and morbidity relating to cholera is likely to be grossly underreported due to the limitations of surveillance systems. WHO estimates the actual global burden of disease as 3 to 5 million cholera cases and 100,000 to 130,000 deaths each year. The Pan American Health Organization reports that as of January 16, 2011, approximately 195,000 cases of cholera had been reported and that 3,819 people had died of the disease in Haiti. At least 35 cases have been confirmed in Venezuela, and six cases have been verified in Massachusetts. 88% of the 4 billion annual cases of diarrheal disease are attributed to unsafe water and inadequate sanitation and hygiene, and 1.8 million people die from diarrheal diseases each year. The WHO estimates that 94% of these diarrheal cases are preventable through modifications to the environment, including access to safe water and sanitation. Cholera diarrhea is described as “rice water diarrhea” with flecks of mucus. Rice water or vegetable broth is the traditional remedy for immediate treatment of diarrhea - eat nothing solid. When the appetite improves try eating plain rice. An Ayurvedic remedy is rice water of rice cooked with double the water and strained to produce a beverage and sticky rice.