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AUI steps up

HUMAN RIGHTS DAY 2021

December 10, 2021

A Recap of & Update on AUI

We’ve gotten this done in 2021.  In 2022, we’re breaking through.  By 2023, we’re going to be free of tyranny through unchecked weaponization of America’s legal system.


Belinda Parker-Brown,
CEO & Co-Founder of Louisiana United International, Inc.

GOVERNMENT CREATING CRIME WHERE THERE IS NO CRIME

November 5, 2021

OpEd by Linda Cheek, M.D.

"On November 4, 2021, Dr. Gazi was charged for receiving payment from a pharmaceutical company for being a speaker to physicians to explain the use of their opioid for pain.  There is nothing illegal about this practice.  It has been used for decades to teach doctors about new pharmaceuticals. But in order to confiscate doctors’ assets and remove competing minority, independent physicians from the profession, this is now a working mechanism in the judicial abuse system."

AMERICA UNITED INTERNATIONAL STEPS UP TO HALT WEAPONIZATION OF AMERICA'S LEGAL SYSTEM AND RELATED JUDICIAL CORRUPTION

October 25, 2021

Taking their cues from the Declaration of Independence, today, U.S.-based good government advocates launch an international, grassroots campaign to lawfully circumvent the White House and Congress and halt weaponization of America's legal system and related judicial corruption that public officials have watched for decades from the Oval Office and Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.

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Data Driven

AMERICA UNITED INTERNATIONAL,
PROTECTING INDIVIDUALS AGAINST JUDICIAL MISCONDUCT

October 24, 2021

OpEd by Daily Remedy Team

We know right from wrong.

When we see wrong, we identify it. It appears easy enough.

But there are times when we cannot see the wrong . . .

WHEN DATA BECOMES DUE PROCESS

October 24, 2021

By Daily Remedy Team

For law enforcement to then take the same data and investigate crimes based on interpretations – already proven to be biased data – turns biases into evidence. Since most prosecutors are unable to discern between statistical noise and clinically relevant statistical trends, inevitably they will misinterpret patient data. This was most famously revealed when the Drug Enforcement Agency began correlating the number of opioid prescriptions with opioid related mortality.