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PREVENTION OF MALICIOUS INJURY BY ANY/ALL LICENSED DOCTORS
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LEGAL PROBLEM:-
I. Hypnotism Defined/Origin/Purpose
A. Law Dictionary:- The act of inducing artificially a state of sleep or trance in a subject by means of verbal suggestion by the hypnotist or by the subjects concentration upon some object. It is generally characterized by extreme responsiveness to suggestions from the hypnotist.
B. The origin of any/all hypnotism is Voodoo from West Africa.
C. The purpose of hypnotism is to completely replace/weaken the will of the victim by casting a spell on him/her, which this victim cannot overcome/comprehend without external healing methods, with his/her own efforts or free will without hypnotism. The hypnotized victim is unable to know any/all past hypnotisms of he/her through his/her free will/choice or external healing methods without hypnotism. Each/every hypnotized person in the USA was hypnotized by someone else, until the chain of command connects to West African roots.
Hypnotism Is undue influence.
1. Undue Influence Defined:-
a. Law Dictionary:- Any improper or wrongful constraint, machination, or urgency of persuasion whereby the will of a person is overpowered and he is induced to do or forbear an act which he would not do or would do if left to act freely. Influence which deprives person influenced of free agency or destroys freedom of his will and renders it more the will of another than his own. Misuse of position of confidence or taking advantage of a persons weakness, infirmity, or distress to change improperly, that persons actions or decisions.
II. Basic Hypnotic Process
A. The Hypnotists mouth inhales a small part of the exhaled air from the victims mouth.
B. The Hypnotist then, whispers/talks in the color of that victims thick air, which that victim cannot hear. The Hypnotist attempts to deceive that victim, by both sounding like his/her voice and convincing that victim to speak those words through his/her habits of speech.
C. After that victim repeats that Hypnotists words then, the Hypnotist convinces that victim to move into sleep with more deaf ears and eyes blinded by that Hypnotists voice, eyes, bright object, and finger. The victim learns to hear the Hypnotist before, during, and after sleep.
D. The Hypnotist replaces the thrilling violet love partner of this dreaming victim who then, descends to the thrill of brighter indigo happiness. Thereafter, this Hypnotist convinces this blinded victim that, the happiness he/she feels is white in color. While this victim believes he/she is white then, that Hypnotist convinces that victim to say he/she is white in color, because the thrill of happiness would be greatest only if, he/she was the thrilling white color. At this point of false beliefs of self then, the Hypnotist convinces this victim to be a white dream body through uncontrollable white images and sounds accepted by this hypnotized victim. The victim is then injured, usually by at least poisoning/drugging to be permanently blinded and deafened under the control of the Hypnotist. The Licensed Doctor then, convinces his/her hypnotized victim to become an addict by returning for this hypnotic reprogramming/treatment until that victim acts with less nearby direction from this Hypnotist.
III. Hypnotic Sense Data
A. The Hypnotist first releases a straight line of brighter air from the center of his/her bright whitish eyes into the center of the eyes of the victim.
B. The Hypnotists eyes are whitish light during any/all hypnotic attempts.
IV. Purpose/Authority of Any/All Licensed Medical Doctors
A. The purpose of the Licensed Doctor is to first hypnotize any/all patients then, learn to see the whitish eye above that victims crown, which Licensed Doctors call that patients god. Thereafter, the Licensed Doctor will teach that god to be permanently whitish, to permanently hypnotize that patient, to obey any/all Licensed Doctors development/experiment to teach that patients mind/body to dehydrate into death, by the thermodynamic chaos of Sunlight, which Licensed Doctors believe is the God of any/all humans.
B. The Authority of any/all Licensed Medical Doctors is from West Africa, who have sent fat Black women to hypnotize any/all Licensed Medical Doctors from their beginnings.
1. If there is any doubt in the mind of any/all persons concerning the Authority of Licensed Medical Doctors then, simply ask any/all Licensed Medical Doctors, the following one question:-
a. Are you controlled and/or hypnotized by any/all Black raced females?
1. If any/all Licensed Medical Doctors deny this evil Authority of Black raced female hypnotists then, he/she will be more unconsciously hypnotized by self-deceit and greed for overpowering he/her by deeper hypnotism to their detriment and skill by becoming more obvious puppets agreeably.
Principles of medical ethics by the American Medical Association:-
Preamble
The medical profession has long subscribed to a body of ethical statements developed primarily for the benefit of the patient. As a member of this profession, a physician must recognize responsibility to patients first and foremost, as well as to society, to other health professionals, and to self. The following Principles adopted by the American Medical Association are not laws, but standards of conduct which define the essentials of honorable behavior for the physician.
Principles of medical ethics
I. I. A physician shall be dedicated to providing competent medical care, with compassion and respect for human dignity and rights.
II. II. A physician shall uphold the standards of professionalism, be honest in all professional interactions, and strive to report physicians deficient in character or competence, or engaging in fraud or deception, to appropriate entities.
III. III. A physician shall respect the law and also recognize a responsibility to seek changes in those requirements which are contrary to the best interests of the patient.
IV. IV. A physician shall respect the rights of patients, colleagues, and other health professionals, and shall safeguard patient confidences and privacy within the constraints of the law.
V. V. A physician shall continue to study, apply, and advance scientific knowledge, maintain a commitment to medical education, make relevant information available to patients, colleagues, and the public, obtain consultation, and use the talents of other health professionals when indicated.
VI. VI. A physician shall, in the provision of appropriate patient care, except in emergencies, be free to choose whom to serve, with whom to associate, and the environment in which to provide medical care.
VII. VII.A physician shall recognize a responsibility to participate in activities contributing to the improvement of the community and the betterment of public health.
VIII. VIII. A physician shall, while caring for a patient, regard responsibility to the patient as paramount.
IX. IX. A physician shall support access to medical care for all people.
Adopted by the AMA's House of Delegates June 17, 2001.
CALIFORNIA BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE
SECTION 4076-4078
4076. (a) A pharmacist shall not dispense any prescription except
in a container that meets the requirements of state and federal law
and is correctly labeled with all of the following:
(1) Except where the prescriber or the certified nurse-midwife who
functions pursuant to a standardized procedure or protocol described
in Section 2746.51, the nurse practitioner who functions pursuant to
a standardized procedure described in Section 2836.1, or protocol,
the physician assistant who functions pursuant to Section 3502.1, the
naturopathic doctor who functions pursuant to a standardized
procedure or protocol described in Section 3640.5, or the pharmacist
who functions pursuant to a policy, procedure, or protocol pursuant
to either subparagraph (D) of paragraph (4) of, or clause (iv) of
subparagraph (A) of paragraph (5) of, subdivision (a) of Section 4052
orders otherwise, either the manufacturer's trade name of the drug
or the generic name and the name of the manufacturer. Commonly used
abbreviations may be used. Preparations containing two or more active
ingredients may be identified by the manufacturer's trade name or
the commonly used name or the principal active ingredients.
(2) The directions for the use of the drug.
(3) The name of the patient or patients.
(4) The name of the prescriber or, if applicable, the name of the
certified nurse-midwife who functions pursuant to a standardized
procedure or protocol described in Section 2746.51, the nurse
practitioner who functions pursuant to a standardized procedure
described in Section 2836.1, or protocol, the physician assistant who
functions pursuant to Section 3502.1, the naturopathic doctor who
functions pursuant to a standardized procedure or protocol described
in Section 3640.5, or the pharmacist who functions pursuant to a
policy, procedure, or protocol pursuant to either subparagraph (D) of
paragraph (4) of, or clause (iv) of subparagraph (A) of paragraph
(5) of, subdivision (a) of Section 4052.
(5) The date of issue.
(6) The name and address of the pharmacy, and prescription number
or other means of identifying the prescription.
(7) The strength of the drug or drugs dispensed.
(8) The quantity of the drug or drugs dispensed.
(9) The expiration date of the effectiveness of the drug
dispensed.
(10) The condition for which the drug was prescribed if requested
by the patient and the condition is indicated on the prescription.
(11) (A) Commencing January 1, 2006, the physical description of
the dispensed medication, including its color, shape, and any
identification code that appears on the tablets or capsules, except
as follows:
(i) Prescriptions dispensed by a veterinarian.
(ii) An exemption from the requirements of this paragraph shall be
granted to a new drug for the first 120 days that the drug is on the
market and for the 90 days during which the national reference file
has no description on file.
(iii) Dispensed medications for which no physical description
exists in any commercially available database.
(B) This paragraph applies to outpatient pharmacies only.
(C) The information required by this paragraph may be printed on
an auxiliary label that is affixed to the prescription container.
(D) This paragraph shall not become operative if the board, prior
to January 1, 2006, adopts regulations that mandate the same labeling
requirements set forth in this paragraph.
(b) If a pharmacist dispenses a prescribed drug by means of a unit
dose medication system, as defined by administrative regulation, for
a patient in a skilled nursing, intermediate care, or other health
care facility, the requirements of this section will be satisfied if
the unit dose medication system contains the aforementioned
information or the information is otherwise readily available at the
time of drug administration.
(c) If a pharmacist dispenses a dangerous drug or device in a
facility licensed pursuant to Section 1250 of the Health and Safety
Code, it is not necessary to include on individual unit dose
containers for a specific patient, the name of the certified
nurse-midwife who functions pursuant to a standardized procedure or
protocol described in Section 2746.51, the nurse practitioner who
functions pursuant to a standardized procedure described in Section
2836.1, or protocol, the physician assistant who functions pursuant
to Section 3502.1, the naturopathic doctor who functions pursuant to
a standardized procedure or protocol described in Section 3640.5, or
the pharmacist who functions pursuant to a policy, procedure, or
protocol pursuant to either subparagraph (D) of paragraph (4) of, or
clause (iv) of subparagraph (A) of paragraph (5) of, subdivision (a)
of Section 4052.
(d) If a pharmacist dispenses a prescription drug for use in a
facility licensed pursuant to Section 1250 of the Health and Safety
Code, it is not necessary to include the information required in
paragraph (11) of subdivision (a) when the prescription drug is
administered to a patient by a person licensed under the Medical
Practice Act (Chapter 5 (commencing with Section 2000)), the Nursing
Practice Act (Chapter 6 (commencing with Section 2700)), or the
Vocational Nursing Practice Act (Chapter 6.5 (commencing with Section
2840)), who is acting within his or her scope of practice.
4076.5. (a) The board shall promulgate regulations that require, on
or before January 1, 2011, a standardized, patient-centered,
prescription drug label on all prescription medicine dispensed to
patients in California.
(b) To ensure maximum public comment, the board shall hold public
meetings statewide that are separate from its normally scheduled
hearings in order to seek information from groups representing
consumers, seniors, pharmacists or the practice of pharmacy, other
health care professionals, and other interested parties.
(c) When developing the requirements for prescription drug labels,
the board shall consider all of the following factors:
(1) Medical literacy research that points to increased
understandability of labels.
(2) Improved directions for use.
(3) Improved font types and sizes.
(4) Placement of information that is patient-centered.
(5) The needs of patients with limited English proficiency.
(6) The needs of senior citizens.
(7) Technology requirements necessary to implement the standards.

(d) (1) On or before January 1, 2010, the board shall report to
the Legislature on its progress under this section as of the time of
the report.
(2) On or before January 1, 2013, the board shall report to the
Legislature the status of implementation of the prescription drug
label requirements adopted pursuant to this section.
4077. (a) Except as provided in subdivisions (b) and (c), no person
shall dispense any dangerous drug upon prescription except in a
container correctly labeled with the information required by Section
4076.
(b) Physicians, dentists, podiatrists, and veterinarians may
personally furnish any dangerous drug prescribed by them to the
patient for whom prescribed, provided that the drug is properly
labeled to show all information required in Section 4076 except the
prescription number.
(c) Devices that bear the legend "Caution: federal law restricts
this device to sale by or on the order of a _____," or words of
similar meaning, are exempt from the requirements of Section 4076,
and Section 111480 of the Health and Safety Code, when provided to
patients in skilled nursing facilities or intermediate care
facilities licensed pursuant to Chapter 2 (commencing with Section
1250) of Division 2 of the Health and Safety Code.
(d) The following notification shall be affixed to all quantities
of dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) prescribed by a physician, or dispensed
by a pharmacy pursuant to the order of a physician in California:
"Warning: DMSO may be hazardous to your health. Follow the
directions of the physician who prescribed the DMSO for you."
(e) The label of any retail package of DMSO shall include
appropriate precautionary measures for proper handling and first aid
treatment and a warning statement to keep the product out of reach of
children.
4078. (a) (1) No person shall place a false or misleading label on
a prescription.
(2) No prescriber shall direct that a prescription be labeled with
any information that is false or misleading.
(b) Notwithstanding subdivision (a), a person may label a
prescription, or a prescriber may direct that a prescription be
labeled, with information about the drug that is false under either
of the following circumstances:
(1) If the labeling is a necessary part of a clinical or
investigational drug program approved by the federal Food and Drug
Administration or a legitimate investigational drug project involving
a drug previously approved by the federal Food and Drug
Administration.
(2) If, in the medical judgment of the prescriber, the labeling is
appropriate for the proper treatment of the patient.
(c) The furnisher of a prescription labeled pursuant to
subdivision (b) shall make, and retain for three years from the date
of making, a record stating the manner in which the information on
the prescription label varies from the actual drug in the container
and documenting the order of the prescriber to so label the
container. The prescriber shall make, and retain for at least three
years, a record of his or her order to so label the container.
LEGAL DEDUCTION:- The above California State Laws/Codes state that, a Licensed Doctor may legally prescribe false and/or dangerous medicines/drugs If, in the medical judgment of the prescriber, the labeling is appropriate for the proper treatment of the patient. This contradicts the above Licensed Doctors Principles of medical ethics: III. A physician shall respect the law and also recognize a responsibility to seek changes in those requirements which are contrary to the best interests of the patient. This practice of prescribing dangerous medicines/drugs falsely/unfairly advertises to the patient his/her resulting injury without the patient receiving reasonable explanations as to the influence of this dangerous medicines/drugs bad side effects within him/her.
PREVENTION AND PROSECUTION OF LICENSED MEDICAL DOCTORS MALICIOUS INJURY
Ultrasound tests are safe and can be administered without a Licensed Doctor's expertise.
I. Create the following three National/USA Constitutional Laws:-
A. Any/all hypnotism is a felony punishable by fines, punitive damages, and imprisonment. Any/all Hypnotists lose his/her related business and professional license. Hypnotism is legally proven in victims and of their perpetrators, who undergo the below Lab Facility tests simultaneously to detect hypnotic reactions. Law Enforcement can force only the witnessed Hypnotist to be Lab tested with his/her hypnotized victim.
B. Any/all administrations and/or manufacturing of dangerous drugs/medicines are a felony punishable by fines, punitive damages, and imprisonment. These manufacturers and/or administrators of dangerous drugs/medicines lose any/all their related business and professional licenses. These perpetrators are proven guilty by evidence of legal labels of dangerous drugs/medicines for patients.
C. Any/all Ultrasound Tests for any/all illnesses, can lawfully be administered by Diagnostic Medical Sonographers, Cardiovascular Noninvasive and Noninvasive Vascular Technologists and Technicians, and Echocardiographers. Thereafter, a Biologist, Kinesiologist, Certified Homeopathic Consultant, Naturopathic Doctor, and Iridologist would deduce the alternatives for curing that patient, This would all be performed at a Laboratory Facility, which is either all male or all female, without any/all Licensed Medical Doctors, whatsoever. There would be Ultrasound and/or Iridology equipment/devices to prove whether or not each/every Lab employee/worker was/is not hypnotized within the Lab Facility. Any/all hypnotized Lab Facility workers or staff are immediately suspended without any/all wages/pay until more thorough procedures confirm he/she is not hypnotized and skillful enough to perform any/all his/her duties. This hypnotized staff and/or workers must eliminate/heal his/her hypnotic state/trance within six months from the time of suspension, also with enough skill to perform his/her previous/newly appointed tasks.
Ultrasound equipment/devices must be evolved/designed by these Labs to more thoroughly diagnose any/all human illnesses. This evolution/designing of any/all Ultrasound equipment/devices must be documented and periodically inspected by Electronic engineers/specialists, who critique these findings. All these illness testing Laboratories must be govemment bureaucracies for every city in the entire USA. Thereafter, all Lab patient test results must be filed Online at one central Website accessible by that Lab patient/staff. The test results would indicate which alternatives are safe treatments for the Lab patient to receive/purchase without any prescription(s) whatsoever. The Doctor would not be necessary to examine/experiment on anyone or to write any prescriptions whatsoever. None of these Lab tests are mandatory.
Without the above laws, then the masses suffer from malicious injury without recourse, because no govemment body can stop the constant onslaught of these Hypnotists and dangerous medicines/drugs!


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