"U.N. Me" - Ami Horowitz's documentary on UN...June 20th!!! Join Us

On Wednesday, June 20, 2012, at 6:30 p.m. the Tea Party Patriots of Monterey County will be showing "U.N. Me" .. the recently released Ami Horowitz documentary on the United States in the Community Room of the Marina Public Library, located at 190 Seaside Circle, Marina (off of Reservation Road...behind WalMart).  Come early...there will be a "meet and greet" from 5:45 p.m - 6:30 p.m. 

Coffee, water, soda will be well as some appetizers.  Feel free to bring a "bagged supper"...or some treats to share!

Seating is limited, so please RSVP to:
Indicate in the subject heading of the email: "U.N. Me"...

Ami Horowitz is the on-screen guide through the film’s thesis, and uses humor, creative graphics and satire to enhance his point. His passion is apparent in every frame, up to and including the moment in the film in which he steps up to the U.N. podium – while on a tour – and makes his own impassioned speech.
"U.N. Me"  exposes the incompetence and corruption at the heart of the United Nations.  As the U.S. hands over billions of dollars (and more and more of our sovereignty) to the U.N.'s important the United Nations be exposed for wha it really is!!! 
Read what the critics are saying about "U.N. Me"...............
The Film Stage: "One of the more intriguing documentaries to hit theaters this year is U.N. Me, Ami Horowitz‘s critique of the United Nations for their failures in protecting international human rights. The film follows Horowitz’s journey around the world as he interweaves interviews with politicians, peacekeepers and civilians and archival footage to show Un abuses of power, such as peacekeepers shooting on unarmed civilians and partying with brothel women instead of patrolling the frontlines of a brewing civil conflict.." U.N. Me,” a risky and provocative documentary, is taking the United Nations to task for what they have become – an institution more interested in keeping the bureaucratic status quo than going forward with their original charter. Filmmaker Ami Horowitz, along with his co-writer and co-director Matthew Groff, pull no punches in their cinematic investigation."

The public is welcome!