ON-Lion Letter
When the United Nations was founded more than 60 years ago, it embodied our hope for a safer, more peaceful world.  But as reports of human-rights violations and international conflicts make daily headlines, a question arises:  is the U.N. living up to its founding ideals?  The answer is a resounding no.

A new film from the Moving Picture Institute (MPI) in New York City, U.N. Me, exposes the incompetence and corruption at the heart of the U.N.  In the film, Ami Horowitz and Matthew Groff show how an organization created to ennoble mankind now actually enables evil and sows global chaos. 

U.N. Me takes us on a harrowing and darkly humorous tour of the U.N.'s scandalous disregard for the people and principles it was founded to defend.  It delivers an unforgettable account of how the world's foremost humanitarian organization has become the clubhouse of dictators, thugs, and tyrants.

The film contains exclusive interviews with Bradley Prize recipient and former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton, former Central Intelligence Agency Director James Woolsey, former U.N. weapons inspector Charles Duelfer, Nobel laureate Jody Williams, and others.

Named best documentary at the 2010 New Hampshire Film Festival, it will be released in theaters later this year.

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee supports MPI.
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