Hey Fred… One of the work comp doctors suggested that if I have human rights violation complaints that I take it to The Hague.
I have no idea how to do that, but if we can find a way ….are you in, and do you think we can find a bunch of Canadians to join a bunch of Americans to expose fascist criminals?
Doctor’s Trials for the 21st Century #NouveauSonderkommando #NouveauNazis. I hear we may need citizens tribunals as a first step and I think Americans would have to help the Canadians and the Canadians might have to help the Brits the Brits might have to help the Aussies who might in turn have to help the Americans…..
I will be publishing a list of all the doctors that I have been exposed to, all who have profited by reports they have generated… Reports that have been good bad ugly truthful and fraudulent… I won’t separate them out yet… But if they touched my case they need to be named. The innocent will rise to the top and the proper authorities can sort them out.
I am only three and a half years into this fight for my life, along with the lives of others injured workers around the world… maimed harmed tortured and prematurely killed by these creatures.
In your experience do you know of any other workers who have attempted citizens tribunals, in what countries, and with what success if any? WORKcompLINDA@GMAIL.COM
I don’t believe there are any attorneys or agencies in the United States of America who will help us… They would have done so by now.
What do you think?
PS Must absolutely include the Lawyers and all complicit that appear to be leading the raids and terrorism practices…
The report shows that Travel & Tourism comes third out of the eight researched sectors, after retail and agriculture. The industry supported 277 million jobs in 2014, which is 9.4% of world employment.
With 105 million people directly employed in 2014, the industry globally employs:
- 7 times more than automotive manufacturing (14 million)
- 5 times more than chemicals manufacturing (20 million)
- 4 times more than banking (27 million)
- 4 times more than mining (27 million)
- 2 times more than financial services (59 million)
According to the report, Travel & Tourism is the second-fastest growing sector globally. Forecast to grow at 3.9% per annum over the next ten years, this industry’s growth will outpace the global economy, which is estimated to increase by 2.9% per annum over the next decade.
The research shows that Travel & Tourism, generating US$ 7.6 trillion in contribution to GDP in 2014, is the fourth largest sector after mining, financial services and retail respectively.
[Emphasis added by blogger to highlight that this industry fails to provide medically necessary treatments to injured workers and is complicit in bullying and terrorism of injured workers by refusal to manage their agents of workers compensation insurance, giving the appearance of collusion with intent to maim and cause permanente disablities to workers over the age of 35, injured on the job. Note that RCI is one of the very many Wyndham Worldwide companies; see also LINDA AYRES VS. WYNDHAM WORLDWIDE ET AL ] https://askaboutworkerscompgravytrains.com/list-of-posts
Check this out:
From Bob’s Cluttered Desk…. Is Workers’ Comp Getting Mixed Signals from the Feds?
“….It might be paranoia, but the suspiciously coincidental release of the highly critical ProPublica/NPR report and the equally scathing OSHA report on workers’ compensation raised many eyebrows in the industry. One only need review the titles of these two reports to get the gist of their content. The ProPublica report, entitled “The Demolition of Workers’ Comp”, was the first in a series of articles looking at many “worst case” scenarios within the comp system. The OSHA report title, “Adding Inequality to Injury: The Costs Of Failing To Protect Workers On The Job”, pretty much says it all regarding the intent and outcome of the report. This balanced work, produced with our tax dollars, and using wholly scientific phrases such as “Statistics are People with the Tears Washed Off”, eviscerated employers and workers’ comp, alleging that we essentially renege on up to 80% of injury costs across the nation….” READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE HERE:
TAKE IT TO THE HAGUE?
LOOKS LIKE THERE MAY ALREADY BE GLOBAL INTEREST
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