‘U.N. Me,’ a movie about widespread corruption within the United Nations, opens in theatres in 11 major markets and on major cable outlets on June 1, 2012. The major markets are: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Washington, DC, Houston, Phoenix, Denver, San Diego, West Palm (Florida), and Colorado Springs. Click here for a listing of the theatres.
You can view a 2-minute trailer for the movie below.
This movie exposes deep-seated problems within the UN through major segments within the film about a peacekeeping force stationed in Cote d’Ivoire that fired into a crowd of unarmed protesters, about the Oil for Food Program scam, about how the UN still can’t agree on a definition of “terrorism,” about how the U.N.’s Human Rights Council prolonged the genocide in Darfur by attempting to discredit the urgent recommendations of its own investigative team, and much more.
We at the JBS believe that this movie is beneficial for viewing by large numbers of people because it is so effective in revealing some of the appalling problems within the UN. However, we strongly disagree with the movie’s implicit premise that the UN was founded on noble ideals and that it should be reformed. In contrast, we have maintained for 50 years that the UN was created by global power elites as their main vehicle for establishing, step by step, a socialistic global government controlled by themselves. We believe that the only solution to the widespread problems with the UN is to Get US out! of the United Nations. You have probably seen some of our numerous “Get US out!” signs scattered across America.
Returning to the present day, we are faced with two major threats to our personal freedom and national sovereignty emanating from the United Nations: (1) The Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST); and (2) Agenda 21.
What we need is for Congress to get our nation out of the United Nations. It turns out that Ron Paul has for many years now been introducing a resolution in each new Congress calling for an end to U.S. membership in the UN, “The American Sovereignty Restoration Act,” H.R. 1146.
This bill, H.R. 1146, would Get US out! of the United Nations.
Please contact your Representative and Senators and urge them to cosponsor and pass H.R. 1146.
Larry Greenley has served as both Director of Marketing and Directer of Research at The John Birch Society. He is currently Director of Missions.
Used with the permission of The John Birch Society.