Hospitals & Asylums
By Anthony J. Sanders
Sorry for the 140-mile, 6-day, delay to reach high speed Internet access, through three communities, before reaching a suburb of Orlando with a public library. The humid heat of the Florida Trail, on swamp wettened socks, is blistering. Weather permitting, after finishing the first 500 miles of the Florida Trail, I am going to take a bus to the start of the Appalachian Trail in good time and finish the Florida Trail next winter. Florida is nearly flat. 20 mile days are possible, walking into the night. It is a great place to see the entire horizon of the night sky. There are two International Dark Sky Association approved star gazing locations in Big Cypress National Preserve and Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park, where there is an absolute minimum of light pollution and the few locals have taken measures to protect the night sky, such as red film to minimize night-blindness when glancing at a star chart, The swampy peninsula and panhandle are encircled by barrier islands that have sandy beaches only on the ocean or gulf front. The highest point in Florida, Britton Hill, is only a couple 345 feet above sea level and most of the statr is between 10 and 50 feet. It is entirely composed of a fine sand made from decomposed seashells. There are few rocks, mostly limestone, deposited by eons of bivalves in various states of fossilization. There are numerous swampy areas where depressions go below the water table, interspersed with high and dry, wooded areas known as hammocks. The fresh water swamps are still, and discolored yellow, with decaying plant material, it is unreliably potable, and not very dangerous to filter from, unless there is agricultural runoff. Although the water is still, it tends to cover wide areas, like shallow lakes, rather than run in long and narrow streams, nonetheless these waterways are termed rivers and creeks. For instance, the entire central region south of Okeechobee into the Everglades is known as Shark River Islands. North, towards Orlando the swamps are derived from St. John River. A lot of the swamp land has been drained with canals to make agricultural land and treeless dikes. A tree surgeon advised not to plant trees on dikes, if they die their root systems rot out and the water seeps in through those holes and destroys the dike. Luckily temperatures rarely reach the life-threatening level of 95 degrees Fahrenheit, even in the summer, but it is so humid it feels like it. After some 1,200 people died in flood in the beginning of the 20th century, the area surrounding Lake Okeechobee was extensively drained and turned into agricultural land, with canals and Lake Okeechobee, the second largest lake in the nation. The parcels are very large and industrial. One US Sugar farm south of Okeechobee was 250,000 acres; they grew sugar cane, rice and beans, in 40,000 acre-units. Florida has several distinct forest types. Deciduous cypress trees grow in the swamps and in the southern region also on dry ground. The majority of the forest is some combination of palm, oak and/or southern long leaf pine with a palmetto understory. The palm and palmetto make the forest a tropical jungle. Palm oak forest are probably the most common, the oak makes nice shade. Southern long leaf pine was extensively logged, nearly to extinction, until the Great Depression, about 1932. Subsequently large even aged stands have been replanted but they have two hundred years to grow until they reach maturity and there are few fallen timbers, indicative of old growth forests. They need less controlled burns and more replanting; southern long leaf pine is on the rebound from near extinction and its lengthy growing time indicates a long-term commitment to wilderness conservation. The undergrowth has been extensively burned with controlled burns for a long time, since the commercial timber was pretty much entirely harvested in the early 20th century. Controlled burns need to be limited to particularly dense clusters of palmetto, wax myrtle, yaupon holly, red cedar and gall berry. To maximize the utility of labor and land management grants, well-spaced, southern long leaf pine should be added to fields of palmettos, along with wild edibles, such as citrus. Although the stumps have long since rotted away, trees are scarred with an extensive history of burns.
Florida is among the most biologically rich states in the U.S. Florida is home to over 4,700 species of native or naturalized plants, including about 400 bryophytes, 175 pteridophytes, 20 gymnosperms and 4,100 angiosperms. About 3,200 plant species are considered native of which 230 species or infraspecies are endemic to Florida. With roughly 700 species of freshwater and land vertebrates, and more than 15,000 terrestrial and freshwater invertebrates, including approximately 12,500 insects. More than 1,500 invertebrate species are endemic to Florida. There are 269 species of animals that can only find in Florida! Only Texas, Hawaii, and California have more. Marine mammals: bottlenose dolphin, short-finned pilot whale, North Atlantic right whale, West Indian manatee. The only known calving area for the northern right whale is off the coasts of Florida and Georgia. Mammals: Florida panther, northern river otter, mink, eastern cottontail rabbit, marsh rabbit, raccoon, striped skunk, squirrel, white-tailed deer, Key deer, bobcats, red fox, gray fox, coyote, wild boar, Florida black bear, nine-banded armadillos, Virginia opossum. There are about 500,000 feral pigs in Florida. Reptiles: eastern diamondback and pygmy rattlesnakes, gopher tortoise, green and leatherback sea turtles, and eastern indigo snake and fence lizards. In 2012, there were about one million American alligators and 1,500 crocodiles. Birds: peregrine falcon, bald eagle, American flamingo, crested caracara, snail kite, osprey, white and brown pelicans, sea gulls, whooping and sandhill cranes, roseate spoonbill, American white ibis, Florida scrub jay, and others. One subspecies of wild turkey, Meleagris gallopavo, namely subspecies osceola, is found only in Florida. The state is a wintering location for many species of eastern North American birds. Invertebrates: carpenter ants, termites, American cockroach, Africanized bees, the Miami blue butterfly, and the grizzled mantis. There are 29 species of bees found only in Florida. Florida also has more than 500 nonnative animal species and 1,000 nonnative insects found throughout the state. Some exotic species living in Florida include the Burmese python, green iguana, veiled chameleon, Argentine black and white tegu, peacock bass, mayan cichlid, lionfish, White-nosed coati, rhesus macaque, vervet monkey, Cuban tree frog, cane toad, Indian peafowl, monk parakeet, tui parakeet, and many more. The native bear population has risen from a historic low of 300 in the 1970s, to 3,000 in 2011. Six red deer were released on Buck Island Breeding Ranch in Highlands County in 1967 or 1968. The herd increased to less than 30 animals. In 1993, 10 animals were seen in the area, and small numbers have been sighted subsequently in the same area. Alligators are alleghoric. They are protected species and although they are quite edible, and factory farmed, hunting alligators is not permitted. Although this pretty much nixes inland bathing, so far no Florida trail hiker has been attacked by an alligator. They can reach fourteen feet. However, they only eat once or twice a month, and human are too large. Gator attacks generally occur at dawn and dusk when gators mistake bathers for smaller prey in the poor light. A ranger said alligators are raised for two years by their mothers in small swamps, where they are safe from large alligators, who will eat them. They migrate when their puddle dries up. Alligators make three noises, they hiss, grunt and bark, all night long.
Unilateral Coercive Measure Obligation (Russian Federation v. United States of America) HA-22-2-22
The US and Russia are on the brink of war in the Ukraine. The Secretary-General has called short his visit to the Democratic Republic of Congo to deal with the crisis. Russia has assumed the Presidency of the Security Council. The general feeling is that the United States and Western allies are hysterical and do not have the right to enforce the arbitrary 1991 boundaries of the Ukraine against the right of all people to self-determination in regards to the autonomous regions of Donetsk, Lugansk and Crimea. The International Court of Justice is called upon to settle the Application of the International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism and of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (Ukraine v. Russian Federation) 2017- present by ordering a cessation of armed and belligerent activity along and regarding the current border that Russia must respect for the time being, and allowing the Russian Federation to purchase Donetsk, Lugansk and Crimea from the impoverished, sanction loving, nation of the Ukraine, with assessed reparations. The Court is also sought to prohibit the supply of weapons to revolutionary groups by China, assess compensation for the Rohingya, and order the release of political prisoners and respect for the 2020 general election in regards to the Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (The Gambia v. Myanmar) 2017 – present. Furthermore, the Court is sought to rule that the United States must return more than $3.6 billion with interest in Certain Iranian Assets (Islamic Republic of Iran v. United States of America) 2019 – present and send the Office of Foreign Assets Control in the Treasury Department for the review of the legality and repeal of their sanction regimes by the UN Security Council. There is no time for the author to reiterate his personal claim for the reimbursement of life savings embezzled by Antony J. Blinken, Secretary of State, while in Washington DC in fall of 2021. Afterthought, to provide the US author, who was born in the Netherlands, with theoretically competent legal representation, the Court may rule to permit dual US-Dutch citizenship.
Convention on Pandemic Treatment HA-27-1-22
Acknowledging the gold standard for the diagnosis and treatment of coronavirus colds is hydrocortisone, eucalyptus, lavender, peppermint or salt helps water cure coronavirus allergic rhinitis. Submerging the head in water, especially saline and chlorine water, instantly cures coronavirus colds. Prescribing mentholyptus cough drops or echinacea pills to cure severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS). Resolving to cure coronavirus while cleaning surfaces and floors with Lysol. Buying eucalyptus scented humidifiers to sterilize public airspaces in schools and hospitals. Grieving an estimated 359 million confirmed cases and 5.6 million deaths from COVID-19 worldwide and 72 million confirmed cases and 871,000 death in the United States, more than any other nation as of January 26, 2022. Recognizing the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the official name of the coronavirus disease as COVID-19, and named the virus severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). Criticizing doctors in general, worst patient, find the official differential diagnosis and symptoms are intentionally flawed to deceptively advertise patently inaccurate diagnostic tests, that are unable to distinguish coronavirus and flu, and subsidize production of deceptive vaccines, that cure in two weeks for an instant, while useful to prevent severe illness and death in clinical and hospital admissions not so used, these official measures do not generate the herd immunity that is needed for the human race to end the deadliest coronavirus pandemic in history and deadliest pandemic in US history. Fearing the consequences to humanity of not being heeded, more than being beheaded, preach the gospel truth that baptism cures coronavirus colds the instant the head is submerged in water (John 1: 26)(Luke 3: 7)(1 Peter 3: 21)(Mark 6: 24). Believing hydrocortisone, eucalyptus, echinacea, lavender, peppermint or salt helps water cure coronavirus colds and severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS). Have agreed to the following.
Hydrocortisone, Eucalyptus, Lavender, Peppermint or Salt Helps Water Cure Coronavirus Colds Act HA-2-2-22
An Act to end all cold wars and poverty. To prescribe the gold standard for the diagnosis and treatment of coronavirus colds hydrocortisone, eucalyptus, lavender, peppermint or salt helps water cure coronavirus allergic rhinitis. To grieve an estimated 5.6 million deaths from COVID-19 worldwide and 871,000 deaths in the United States, more than any other nation as of January 26, 2022. To reduce the estimated deficit from $3.1 trillion to $2.6 trillion FY 20 and from $3.7 trillion to $2.2 trillion FY 21. To hold $1,613 billion carryover funds FY 22 to purchase deficits in excess of 3 percent of GDP pursuant to the Anti-Deficiency Act 31USC§1502. To hold Bipartisan Infrastructure Act of 2021 estimates of Prospectus moot. To re-estimate 6.4 percent 2020 payroll tax growth overestimated by $151.2 billion and trust funds obligated by -6.2 percent growth 2020 to cancel $100.8 billion OASI, $14.5 billion DI and $35.9 billion HI t-bonds pending official recount 31CFR§1.0. To hold prospective 19.6 percent FY 22 increase in individual income tax revenues overestimate is downgraded to 10 percent catch-up growth in both FY 22 and FY 23 before normalizing at five percent 26USC§7214. To terminate $8.2 billion International Security Assistance FY 22, brinkmanship, other than Non-Proliferation, Anti-terrorism and Demining, and transfer with 3 percent inflation to SSI International Poverty Line Account, with trial in Haiti, to delay the leap of faith of the State Department from $63 billion FY 22 and help SSI $65 billion FY 22 land more than $70 billion in exactly 42 months March 2022 (Revelation 13:10). To lead the charge for a 1 one percent tax on individual income to finance a $511 billion, $2 a day (2022) social security benefit, plus three percent inflation, for the 700 million people currently living below the international poverty line, to ensure the UN creates a social security trust fund to speak of achieving the Sustainable 'Development' Goal 1 to end poverty by 2030 and all the rest with a 1 one percent corporate income tax. To secure a deficit less than 3 percent of GDP is to tax the rich and state employees the full 12.4 percent social security tax on all their income, relieve SSI spending by the General Fund, by creating a SSI Trust Fund to end child poverty by 2024 and all poverty by 2030. To grant a 2.5 percent raise for Congress and administration, 3 percent for services, education cost-of-living adjustment, $10 an hour (2022) federal minimum wage, 4 percent for disability to contend with 2.7 percent average annual consumer price inflation since 1982.
Health and Welfare (HAW)
To supplement Chapter 3 National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers §71-§154. To acknowledge the gold standard for the diagnosis and treatment of coronavirus colds is hydrocortisone, eucalyptus, lavender, peppermint or salt helps water cure coronavirus allergic rhinitis. To grieve an estimated 5.6 million deaths from COVID-19 worldwide and 871,000 deaths in the United States, more than any other nation as of Jan. 26, 2022. The GWP contracted -3.4% from $87.8 trillion in 2019 to $84.8 trillion in 2020 before increasing 5.5%to $89.5 trillion in 2021. US GDP contracted -2.5% to $20.9 trillion in 2020 from $21.4 trillion in 2019 before catch-up growth of 5.6% to $22.1 trillion in 2021. Audit of COVID relief reduces the on-budget deficit from $3.1 trillion to $2.4 trillion FY 20, 11.5% of GDP, and from $3.7 trillion to $2.1 trillion FY 21, 9.3%, to -$991 billion FY 22, 4.4%, before going down to -$704 million FY 23, 3.0%, and then to -$695 billion FY 24, 2.9%. Held, General Fund has $1,613 billion carryover funds plus $2,787 billion on-budget revenues to pay $3,778 billion on-budget obligations FY 22 indefinitely extended by limiting availability to purchase deficits in excess of 3 percent of GDP. Public Debt Held by Federal Reserve taper finishes in March 2022 with a balance of $6.4 trillion, 28.1% of GDP printed without timely devaluation. There was a record -$775 billion international trade deficit in 2021. Bipartisan Infrastructure Act of 2021 estimates are moot. Preliminary re-estimate 6.4 percent 2020 payroll tax growth overestimated by $151.2 billion and trust funds obligated by -6.2 percent growth 2020 to cancel $100.8 billion OASI, $14.5 billion DI and $35.9 billion HI t-bonds pending official recount 31CFR§1.0. Prospective 19.6% FY 22 increase in individual income tax revenues overestimate is downgraded to 10% catch-up growth in both FY 22 and FY 23 before normalizing at five percent 26USC§7214. Creditors for devaluation are appeased with termination of $8.2 billion International Security Assistance, brinkmanship, other than Non-Proliferation, Anti-terrorism and Demining, and transfer with 3% inflation to SSI International Poverty Line Account, with trial in Haiti, to delay the leap of faith of the State Department from $63 billion FY 22 and help SSI $65 billion FY 22 land more than $70 billion in exactly 42 months (Revelation 13:10). The US will lead the charge for a 1 one percent tax on individual income to finance a $511 billion, $2 a day (2022) social security benefit, plus three percent inflation, for the 700 million people currently living below the international poverty line, to ensure the UN creates a social security trust fund to speak of achieving the Sustainable 'Development' Goal 1 to end poverty by 2030 and all the rest with a 1 one percent corporate income tax. The way for the US to secure a deficit less than 3% of GDP is to tax the rich and state employees the full 12.4% social security tax on all their income, relieve SSI spending by the General Fund, by creating a SSI Trust Fund to end child poverty by 2024 and all poverty by 2030. 2.5% raise for Congress and administration, 3% for services, education cost-of-living adjustment, $10 an hour (2022) federal minimum wage, 4% for disability, and 5.5% retirement to contend with 2.7% average inflation.
Anthony J. Sanders v. Antony J. Blinken, Secretary of State; In re: Netspend and Google HA-24-9-21 (in-composition)
>$16,200 life savings + 40 a day witness fees from 24 September 2021 must be collected from Netspend and $2,034 from Direct Express - Beneficiary's Bank has an Obligation to Pay and Give Notice to the Beneficiary pursuant to the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) 4A-404.