Join us as we attend a presentation of the John Birch Society on April 23, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. at the Adria Hotel & Conference Center located at[masked] Northern Blvd. in Bayside, New York. JBS President John F. McManus will speak on the United Nations and how it is time for the United States to leave the organization and govern the country in the best interests of all Americas. His presentation is entitled Get Us Out! of the United Nations.
Admission is $10.00, which can be paid at the door.
For more information, contact Kip Webster at (973)[masked] or [masked]
The flyer for the event states: American founders advocated for a foreign policy of commerce with all nations and entangling alliances with none. Yet, for decades Congress has done the opposite, allowing the United Nations to have a voice in the everyday lives of Americans. What have we gotten in return? Further indebtedness, unconstitutional wars, and laws and regulations that run contrary to the American way of life.
John F. McManus has lectured about American exceptionalism, the founding fathers and constitutionally limited government for 40+ years. He is currently President of The John Birch Society, Publisher of The New American magazine and author of five books.
Message From John F. McManus:
"The most common response I receive when advocating withdrawal of our nation from the United Nations starts with a claim that the UN is needed in order to have a place to "talk to the emissaries of other nations." This followed by, "it's better to talk than to resort to military action to settle differences."
But our nation stations ambassadors in almost every one of the 193 member UN nations. If a problem arises and there is a need for discussion, wouldn't it be better to iron it out one-on-one with the appropriate officials in the other country? Isn't that part of what ambassadors are for? Why involve scores of other nations in whatever problem might emerge? Wouldn't bringing the matter to scores of other nations only add to the problem?
Americans need to take a hard look at the history, current activities, and long-range plans of the United Nations. This is what we intend to present in the lecture to which you are cordially invited to attend."