Hospitals & Asylums    







Release of the Hearing AID Act of 2005 Chapter 5 Agency for International Development


7 December 2005

§231 2nd Draft

Promising to amend this Bill, titled the Hearing AID Act, in the month of December,

Chartering the Administrator of USAID to issue an action memorandum to the Assistant Administrator of Legislative and Public Affairs pursuant to ADS Series 105.52b Committee Management to call for annual public meetings in the Federal Register.

The Second Annual Draft (SAD) of the Hearing AID Act is both a US appropriations bill under 31USC(11)§1105 and an international agreement under 1USC(2)§112b pursuant to a treaty levying a multilateral International Trust (IT) honoring Art. 23 of the Declaration on Social Progress and Development 2542 (XXIV) 1969 and Art. 55 of the UN Charter. 

Codifying this Chapter for printing in Hospitals & Asylums (HA) Title 24 US Code Chapter 5 Columbia Institution for the Deaf §231-250 whereas Chapter 5 has been repealed in its entirety necessitating a new edition be drafted by the Hospitals & Asylums Secretary under 1USC(3)§202(c) and 24USC(5)§321c of this Chapter. 

Remembering the Columbia Institution for the Deaf was renamed Gallaudet University and is now endowed by Education for the Deaf statute 20USC(55)II§4357.      

Entering into agreements with foreign nations under this Chapter the President shall (1) establish entitlement to old-age, survivors, disability, or derivative benefits for developing nations under 24USC(5)I(1)§321a of this Chapter (2) balance the budget under 24USC(5)I(1)§321b of this Chapter, (3) relieve the federal government debt under 24USC(5)IV(13)§243c of this Chapter (4) appoint an African American Commander of African Command (AFRICOM) with an AOR in Sub-Saharan Africa under 24USC(5)III(8)§238d of this Chapter, (5) dissolve the ANE Asylums by appointing Assistant Administrator for the new Bureaus for South East Asia (SEA) and North African Middle East (NAME) under 24USC(5)I(1)§231d(H) of this Chapter.                                              

Amending Title 22 Foreign Relations and Intercourse (A-FraI-D) to just Foreign Relations (FR-EE) the President shall promote a world that is free from fear.

Millennium Development Goals of the UN intend to halve by 2015, at a global cost estimated at $200 billion a year, the one billion people in the world suffering from abject poverty who do not meet basic human developmental levels of nutrition, health care, literacy and an income over $1 dollar a day.  To achieve these goals the social security  administrations of the first world must join with the International Committee for the Red Cross to increase the number of social security beneficiaries from 1 to 2 billion.

Depositing $1 trillion in assets and $50 billion budget of First Draft of the Hearing AID Act of 2004 in Bank One on 15 January 2004 the International Court of Justice convinced the President to sign Executive Order 13325 the Foreign Service on January 23, 2004.

Founding the International Trust (IT) the IMF shall consolidate donations made by wealthy nations towards achieving the international treaty obligation to pay 1% of their GDP the international development under Art. 23 of the Declaration on Social Progress and Development 2542 (XXIV) 1969.  IT will ensure that adequate benefits are paid to the people living in developing nations by investing in the social security administration of that nation on a sliding scale plan for national contributions of 5% through 100% dependent upon developing and transitional nations per capita income of $500 to $10,000. 

Realizing the right to social security is entitled to the inhabitants of developing nations who would otherwise be too poor to afford such income assistance program under Art. 22 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 217 A (III) (1948) that states,

“Everyone, as a member of society, has the right to social security and is entitled to realization, through national effort and international co-operation and in accordance with the organization and resources of each State, of the economic, social and cultural rights indispensable for his dignity and the free development of his personality”.

Assigning credit to third world parties to multilateral treaties under Art. 36 of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties 2166 (XXI) (1966) shall be apportioned in accordance with the balance of payments need demonstrated in the CIA World Fact Book that is reviewed annually in Table 2 of this Chapter and the Hospitals & Asylums Treaties.  

Making aggregate contributions for the multilateral replenishment of the International Trust (IT) under 22USC(7)§287l the US shall retain the services of the International Court of Justice to solicit for the reciprocal multilateral fulfillment of international treaty obligations under Art. 36 of the Statute of the Court.

European growth and respect for international treaty obligations under the Treaty Establishing a Constitution for Europe Official Journal C 169 of 18 July 2003 make the EU more than a full partner of the US in multilateral development investments.  Art. III-193(d) establishes the primary aim of multilateral co-operation shall be eradicating poverty under the UN Charter.  Under Art. III-56(a) a common approach shall be developed with third countries and international organizations to promotes social aid to the individual consumer particularly to promote the economic development in impoverished areas with high unemployment.  Under Art. III-194 the Council of Ministers presides over the debate of international associations in the spirit of solidarity for 2/3 majority of the European Parliament. 


Regional proportionality since the devaluation of the dollar demands that the USA will require the assistance of the wealthy nations of the American continent to match the EU under Art. 34 of the OAS Charter of 27 February 1967.  Contributions under the Treaty of Amity and Co-operation in South East Asia of 24 February 1976 seek to ensure that hunger, malnutrition, deprivation and poverty would no longer be basic problems while maintaining regional macroeconomic stability at an estimated 50% of the USA or EU.                                                                                       


Supplying the $200 billion demand for capital to achieve the UN Millennium Development Goals is the primary responsibility of the graded plan in this Chapter to achieve sufficient levels of payment to fulfill treaty obligations upholding the principle of equal rights through multilateral assistance levied from developed nations and administrated to developing nations under Art. 55 of the UN Charter that promotes,

(a) higher standards of living, full employment, and conditions of economic and social progress and development;

(b) solutions of international economic, social, health, and related problems; and international cultural and educational co-operation; and

(c) universal respect for, and observance of, human rights and fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to race, sex, language, or religion.