IT IS TIME TO END THIS AND PREVENT THE NEXT INCIDENT
THE VA WOULD NOT EXIST IN THE REAL WORLD
1) The VA would be out of business if it was held to the same standards as all PRIVATE medical facilities and successful companies.
WE ARE DOING TO THE VA WHAT THESE 2 DOCTORS DID TO ULCERS-THEY USED COMMON SENSE-FOLLOWED THE MEDICAL SCIENCE-AND SAVE MILLIONS OF PEOPLE FROM SUFFERING FOR THE REST OF THEIR LIVES :
2) The VA cannot work, could not work, HAS NOT WORKED.
3) ASK YOURSELF THIS-
IF THE VA IS SUCH A GREAT MODEL FOR MEDICINE...WHY DOESN'T THE MAYO CLINIC, JOHNS HOPKINS, HARVARD, YALE, HENRY FORD HEALTH SYSTEMS, THE CLEVELAND CLINIC, CEDARS SINAI, OR ANY OTHER MEDICAL FACILITY IN AMERICA FOLLOW IT?
A) THE PRIVATE MEDICAL FACILITIES ACTUALLY WANT TO HELP THEIR PATIENTS AND PROVIDE THE BEST CARE POSSIBLE.
B) THE PRIVATE FACILITIES WOULD BE SUED OUT OF BUSINESS IN A WEEK IF THEY FOLLOWED THE VA MODEL
TRYING TO "FIX" THE VA IS LIKE TRYING TO TURN A TYPEWRITER INTO AN IPAD. IT SIMPLY WILL NOT WORK.
CONTINUING TO INVEST IN THE VA IS LIKE THE PEOPLE THAT CONTINUED TO INVEST IN THIS COMPANY ALTHOUGH IT WAS A DEAD ENTITY AS SOON AS APPLE AND MICROSOFT CAME ON LINE
THE MONEY $$$-THE FACTS-THE SCAM
THE VA IS A GIANT PONZI SCHEME RAN OUT OF WASHINGTON, DC, AND HAS AS ITS SOLE PURPOSE MAKING MONEY OFF OF THE SUFFERING OF VETS. I KNOW THIS IS HARSH, BUT IT IS TRUE.
EXAMINE THE FOLLOWING:A) THE VETERAN ADMINISTRATION'S BUDGET IS $182.3 BILLION ($182,300,000,000)
WE FOLLOW THIS STANDARD-100% OF DONATIONS GO TO VETERANS PERIOD
THE $300 MILLION ($300,000,000) GIVEN TO WOUNDED WARRIORS WOULD HAVE PROVIDED 1 MILLION VETERANS WITH A PRIVATE INSURANCE CARD IMMEDIATELY AND PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE FOR 83,000 + FOR A FULL YEAR. http://www.cbsnews.com/news/wounded-warrior-project-ceo-and-coo-fired/
THE VA IS WORKING AS DESIGNED. IT WAS DESIGNED TO BE A SCAM NOT TO GIVE VETERANS HEALTHCARE OR DESERVED BENEFITS.
WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE
IF WE DON'T CLOSE THE VA
DIRECTLY, PUT IT WILL BE MORE AND WORSE HELL ECONOMICALLY AND SOCIALLY
MEDIA COVERAGE AND BIO
From: "WEB.COMMENTS@customs.treas.gov" <WEB.COMMENTS@customs.treas.gov>
Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2001 9:40 AM
Subject: Detroit/Windsor security/GYR
Thanks for your message. I am forwarding it onto the Security Team for investigation.
|email@example.com (Jerome Almon) |
09/14/01 03:54 PM
To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Subject: U.S. Customs Website Comment.
Below is the result of your feedback form. It was submitted by
Jerome Almon (firstname.lastname@example.org) on Friday, September 14, 2001 at 15:54:31
subject-of-this-message: Detroit/Windsor Security
website_comments: I have had previous contacts with your office issues (specifically Bonnie Tischler). I feel it is necessary to reintroduce this information ( I will send a copy of thisinformation to US Senator Carl Levin.) I have made compliants against certain procedures and individuals at the Detroit/Windsor border crossing. I also corresponded with the Canadian Minister for Immigration (Elinor Caplan) concerning the fact that even the supervisors at the Canadian border do not understand much of the information they need to concerning legitimate vs. false documentation. (I unfortunately am able to prove this point.) Meaning if say a person was on a wanted list -the Canadians often ask the person to interpret the information.
Finally the Detroit/Windsor tunnel. It is a disaster waiting to happen. Since the US checks cars AFTER they have entered the tunnel (as does Canada) -doesn't that defeat the objective of stopping a terrorist act in the tunnel? The check should happen before the tunnel is entered, and after-or the tunnel should be closed.
Comment on this storySend this story to a friendGet Home DeliveryWASHINGTON -- Checking travelers between the United States and Canadaafter they've crossed the border -- which some liken to checking airlinepassengers after they land -- is being scrutinized by officialsconcerned that bridges and tunnels could be vulnerable to attack.Lawmakers are pressuring the U.S. Customs Service and Canadianofficials to come up with a decision this week on whether the countriescan swap inspection locations.An alternative to paying a toll, crossing the bridge or tunnel, andthen being scrutinized by Customs officials once inside the othercountry's territory is to do inspections before crossing.Although the reverse inspection system is the only solution beinglobbied to enhance infrastructure safety, the two nations haven't agreedon how to settle legal obstacles. An old idea revived by the Sept. 11terrorist attacks, a revised system would involve numerous agencies inboth countries in the decision."This reverse clearance proposal has a number of sovereignty andstructure issues attached to it," said Michel Proulx, spokesman for theCanada Customs and Revenue Agency in Ottawa."There are a lot of players involved in all of this. It's difficultto get a sound, concrete answer. No one department or agency would beable to say yes or no."There's little to stop someone who wanted to damage the AmbassadorBridge, Detroit-Windsor Tunnel, or even Detroit Metropolitan Airport, ifthe crime is done before the perpetrator even gets to an inspectionpoint, critics say.Besides the human safety concern, destroying any one of theborder-crossing points would do serious harm to the auto industry, oneof the United States' economic engines, and many other businesses thatrely on just-in-time delivery of material. Michigan had $70 billion intrade with Canada in 2000."Every time I drive through that tunnel, I expect something tohappen," said Jerome Almon, a Detroiter who drives to and from Torontoat least twice a month."Osama bin Laden says the economy is what they want to attack, andyou cannot find a more decimating effect than that bridge or tunnel onour economy. You will kill Detroit, it's over, goodbye. But think of theeffect on the rest of America."Firearms an issueAside from jurisdiction, the question of whether U.S. Customs agentsshould carry firearms in Canada is of particular concern to Canadians.Canada is known for being much less tolerant of guns than the UnitedStates."Our Customs officers are not armed and at this point in time westill feel there is no reason for them to be," Proulx said."We have a study going on right now to determine whether the toolsthey have are adequate to do their jobs safely and with full security.The U.S. (agents) are (armed) and definitely that would be one of thesnags in the issue."The preclearance concept does have precedent. U.S. Customs agentsinspect U.S.-bound passengers at six Canadian airports so they don'thave to be routed through Customs once they arrive like travelers onflights from every other country, said former Michigan Gov. JamesBlanchard.He spearheaded the "open skies" agreement when he was U.S. ambassadorto Canada.The real stumbling block to doing this at bridges and tunnels will beworking out how much authority each side is given to enforce the othercountry's laws, he said."You could always prevent (a suspicious passenger) from getting onthe plane," Blanchard said. "The question is who arrests them, can theysay 'I choose not to fly' then go home, or do we hold them?"Sen. Carl Levin, D-Detroit, said he thinks all of the issues can beworked out."The only impediment here is bureaucratic impediment," he said. "Eventhough there's supposed to be an urgency after Sept. 11, there seems tobe some unnecessary foot-dragging."Levin and Sen. Debbie Stabenow, D-Lansing, sent a letter to CustomsCommissioner Robert Bonner on Jan. 4, insisting on a progress report byFriday."It is obvious that inspecting vehicles for dangerous contents suchas bombs or explosives after they enter our tunnels or cross our bridgesis inadequate," they wrote.Customs spokesman Jim Michie said he wasn't sure when a decisionwould be made on reverse inspections, but that it was being closelystudied.Tighter local securityLocal authorities say they've taken the steps they can to bolstersecurity.Travelers who use the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel are no longer allowedthrough unless operators are certain they can make to the other sidewithout backups, said Gordon Jarvis, president of the Detroit & CanadaTunnel Corp."If there is an incident and you need to get out, there is space foryou to do so, and there are fewer cars in the tunnel at any one time,"Jarvis said. "It also makes it much easier for us to identify when thereare incidents in the tunnel."Jarvis said reverse inspections are a viable option at the tunnel,despite the smaller queue area, compared to other crossing points likethe Ambassador Bridge.The owners of the Ambassador Bridge have installed new lighting,fencing and surveillance cameras, as well as armed security 24 hours aday, said Dan Stamper, president of the Detroit International Bridge Co.Stamper said the bridge company is paying for the extra security."We're not sure whose responsibility it is for the cost of security,but we are not in the position to say it's not going to be done," hesaid.The bridge authority has completed plans showing that logistically,preclearance can be implemented on an interim basis within 90 days,Stamper said. In doing so, there would be the added bonus of hugeefficiencies in traffic flow."The current six lanes that cross the border, two at the tunnel andfour at the bridge, become traffic lanes and not parking lots," Stampersaid. "It increases the capacity of both the tunnel and the bridge, alot more than anything else we can do today."Blue Water Bridge studyBruce Campbell, the engineer manager of the Blue Water Bridge, saidthe proposal is being examined as part of a long-term security review ofthe span connecting Port Huron with Sarnia, Ontario.With the Ambassador Bridge being the busiest U.S.-Canada entry point,carrying 12 million vehicles a year, the economic implications for theregion are enormous."One 18-wheeler goes across that bridge every eight seconds," saidCarmine Palombo, director of transportation planning at the SoutheastMichigan Council of Governments.The implications for the bridge and tunnel operators are significantas well."They're all looking at an out-of-pocket expense they hadn'tanticipated," said Neil Gray, director of government affairs at theInternational Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association, which representstoll agencies."Nobody wants to do a toll increase to reflect this, in fact I'm notsure anyone has proposed one, but it's an issue we are all having tothink about."Protecting airports is a concern as well, though most of theattention has been on protecting aircraft against air piracy, Capt.Duane E. Woerth, president of the Air Line Pilots Association, toldsenators late last year.Noting that airports in Rome and Vienna have been hit, Woerth saidhe's worried terrorists could attack ticket counters, check-infacilities and lines of passengers waiting outside.Airlines, bridges and tunnels are experiencing lower traffic flowbecause of leisure travelers concerned about terrorist risks.Almon, the Detroiter who travels to Toronto on business, said he's aformer combat engineer with the Army and he's concerned about how easilya carload of explosives put together with store-bought material couldtake out the bridge or tunnel."At the mouth of the Detroit tunnel sits General Motors headquarters,a terrorist would get two for one with that," Almon said.
NYC'S SPENDS $600 MILLION TO CORRECT VULNERABILITY ON MY WARNING
Ahmed Ressam, the Millennium bomber had the Detroit-Windsor tunnel, GM HQ, and the Ambassador Bridge as his secondary targets if he could not reach LAX.
Date: Thu, Oct 13, 2011 at 1:24 PM
Subject: Proposed construction of a new bridge
To: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: "@pm.gc.ca" <@pm.gc.ca>
I TURNED DOWN THIS DOCUMENTARY DUE TO THE POTENTIAL HARM TO AMERICA (I WAS PURSUED DUE TO MY CORRECT PREDICTIONS REGARDING TERRORISM)
On Fri, 10/20/06, bayly@.de <bayly@.de> wrote:
From: bayly@.de <email@example.com>
Subject: FW: jerome almon
Date: Friday, October 20, 2006, 3:42 PM
hey jerome... how ru doing? well, received the following e-mail today.... tell me if i should give him the contacts he wants or if u wanna do it urself... my mom is here for 4 days.. been to jazz concert yesterday and will go to branford marsalis concert 2morrow... its jazz too.... and right now just got back from the adidas store... man i am adidicted ;) cant go there without buying smth... even when i am broke just like right now... well, hope to hear from u...
(I refused to do the documentary below for the same reasons certain entities need to police themselves better.)
Von: "scott corben"
Gesendet: 20.10.06 12:41:27
Betreff: jerome almon
I got your contact details from Marie at Freemuse in Denmark. My name is
Scott Corben and I am a produc er with Al Jazeera Television in London.
I am researching a piece on soldier in the United States and
I am really keen to speak to a guy called Jerome Almon. I believe he is
based in Michigan. Maries tells me that you may have
some way of contacting him. If you have an uptodate email or phone number
I'd really appreciate it.
Look forward to hearing from you
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CHRIS KYLE SURVIVED WAR-ISIS-& AL QAEDA...
WE ARE CREATING 25,000 JOBS THROUGHOUT AMERICA FOR VETERANS
IT'S AS SIMPLE AS THIS
THE VA IS LIKE THE MAFIA...AS LONG AS THERE'S A MAFIA THERE WILL BE ORGANIZED CRIME.