Saturday, February 20, 2010

Attorneys Must Be Regulated By State And Not By BAR-By Harsha Sankar

Dear Citizen, February 2010

With an attorney's outrageous fee in excess of $211,000.00 and in regards to a sexual harassment matter in Roanoke,Virginia being published, this underscores the need for the following reforms.

1. The private BAR associations' regulatory authority should be transferred to state government agencies that have no attorneys. These government agencies, while recognizing the independence of the legal profession and judiciary from executive whims, still have to enforce all applicable laws that regiment it. For people to be free, those who work with the law and its force must be regulated.

2. Laws, passed by a non-attorney legislature and enforced by the executive branches' agency, should define fee structures(consultation, hearings,etc.), treatment of client, presentation, and paperwork recording. Attorneys' fees is an indirect form of taxation.

3. All laws restricting assistance of counsel should be repealed. The initial definition of UPL is the proclamation of attorney-status when one is not.

The presence of attorneys in office makes the once-respected legal profession into vile and promiscuous mercenaries, as evidenced by this severe fee-gouging. This promotes a cancer that fosters both charlatanism and terror. Instead of acting as bearers of certain, specific standards, they have collectively become the Purveyors of Perversions.

Very Truly Yours,
Harsha Sankar
908 Valley Ridge Road
Covington, Virginia 24426

Wealth and Poverty-By Harsha Sankar

Dear Citizen, January 2010

Government controls more aspects of American life than ever. Last year, the federal government ate $3.52 trillion out of a $13.2 trillion GDP. The 2009 budget deficit tripled over 2008. Public debt, 40.8 percent of GDP in 2008, will double by 2019. This past year 4.1 million Americans have lost their jobs. The number of unemployed that received no economic benefits increased 50% in just the last two years. There are as well many tens of millions of “underemployed” Americans. "No Longer Searching For Jobs" category has been growing by nearly half a million every month for the last year.

In December 2007 there were 1.7 unemployed worker for every job opening. Now it is 6.1 unemployed workers for every job opening.

Six million Americans,one in 50 people, are living on $100 or $200 a month in food stamps. Food stamps are now given to over 10% of the population. One-third of America's children live in such abject poverty that qualify for such.

36 million Americans struggle with hunger,including 13 million children. Many are not dysfunctional or derelicts. Most come from working families.

Such a social catastrophe underscores the indifference of the predatory ruling class. Those 'Marie Antoinette' pretenders,speculators, and non-productive predators hoard wealth while too many Americans eat improperly and too many Vets are homeless.

1.4 million Americans went into bankruptcy last year, over a 30% jump from 2008. 60% of the people receive more government assistance than they pay in taxes. The unemployment rates for those living in households earning $20,000.00 or less ranges from 19.1%-30.8%. In many cities poverty rates are 30% plus.

Poverty grew at twice the rate of U.S. population growth from 2000 – 2008. An eye-popping 91.6 million Americans live no higher than twice the poverty base line.

Wall Street shysters will be paying themselves $146 billion in bonuses just after they soaked taxpayers of $700 billion in stimulus money. Divide the bonus money by 20,000 and it averages $7.3 million per individual.

In 2009, 13,741 registered lobbyists spent $3.47 billion lobbying Congress and federal agencies. That’s an increase of $1.7 billion over the year before.

The dramatic transfer of wealth and power away from citizens and small businesses
and into the hands of government and the law is taking place. Americans are witnessing the beginnings of a profound transformation of America's economic and governmental system.

There are so many reasons and factors for this plight. Yet there is only one source. That is BAR Occupied Government.What group originates the lack of profitability and viability for all businesses? No longer limited to their proper modest role, attorney/lobbyists have become the new commissars. They do not create wealth or value. Rather, it is their collusion that undermines the economy by destroying wealth and value creation. Economists Stephen MacGee noted in 1989 that 60% of attorneys were unnecessary and each cost the economy $2.5 million in decreased potential GNP yearly. Since then, attorney ranks have swollen 40,000 per year.

The activities of the legal profession are not the sole cause of America's detriment. It is the system that their domination sets up that is to America's detriment in all sectors. They are creating crises, converting America into a full-fledged socialist and crony capitalistic state? Through proxy by overregulation and litigation,they have indirectly taken over all economic entities.

This termite effect must be purged. Americans must halt the BAR's determined drive to reduce their nation to third-world status.

Very Truly Yours,

Harsha Sankar
908 Valley Ridge

Shyster Legal Systems Embolden Rogue Behaviour-By Harsha Sankar

Dear Citizen, January 2010

With the Healthcare bill in the balance, cited is a list of misdeeds committed by our "public servants".

1. Senator Ben Nelson won a provision exempting his state from paying usual costs for the new Medicaid program. It will cost taxpayers 100 million.

2. Senator Mary Landrieu won an extra $300 million in extra spending in exchange for her vote.

3. Senator Carl Levin received a $7 billion tax reprieve for his state's insurance companies for his vote.

4. Senator Chris Dodd received a no-strings-attached $100 million kickback for the University of Connecticut for his crucial support

5. Senator Bernie Sanders quickly dismissed his "concerns" after $10 billion grant for community health centers.

This is just the "tip of the iceberg" in pet corrupt bribes.This is not normal politicking. These misappropriations are wholesale violations of current statutes and codes. Yet elected officials will do this with impunity because the shyster legal sytem will not hold them accountable.

This newly enacted HC legislation marks a new dawn in the annals of America. These draconian measures are due to BAR imperialism. With insurance coverage now mandatory, cost-effectiveness and quality will be eroded significantly from its already low levels. With many doctors, nurses, and administrators earning far more than their counterparts in other nations, it is obvious that many will not openly protest the dysfunctional and costly HC system.

Unfortunately it is the consumer who will suffer. The wealthy can afford the best healthcare. The poor will receive socialized benefits. However, it is the rapidly decreasing productive middle class who will always foot the bill. Waste, fraud, and price-gouging will
become much more prevalent as insurance premiums have to be viewed as an attorney-slush fund.

It is the lawyer/lobbyist regime that has plunged America into lawlessness,chaos, paralysis, and into third-world status. Americans must be confronted with their tryst with destiny as we approach the paths of liberty and enslavement. This HC legislation has nothing to do with helping people acquire medical care. It is all about elitist control. The message to all is: It Cannot Go On Like This. It Must Stop.

A number of media outlets are refusing to publish letters such as these. While they cover cover different subjects,they do have a common theme and denominator. Themes are central in nature because it deals with the omnipotent and constant presence of totalitarianism that has thoroughly enveloped the entire nation.Many people consider the alteration and infringement of their way of life and their freedoms to be of primary vital concern.

Attorneys have infiltrated all aspects of people's lives. The ruling class needs to promote censorship to advance that agenda. It is imperative that all media maintain neutrality,objectivity,and broadmindedness. Publishers and editors should allow free expressions of thoughts and then allow its readers to decide its meritworthiness.

Some may believe letters such as these,perceived as strongly written,may cause unrest and alarm in the minds of the disaffected. Others may feel that something intensely worded may instead cause offense and therefore incur wrath and reprisals.

Isn't that the point?

Very Truly Yours,

Harsha Sankar
908 Valley Ridge Road
Covington,Virginia 24426