We should push for an organization that only allows countries who respect human rights to have a say. Example: Why was Uganda under Idi Amin in the `70s and Lybia in 2003 allowed to have Najat al-Hajjaji in charge of the UN human rights commission? Like asking Hitler to oversee violations in a Concentration camp.
Calling the UN a "world government" is fallacious. It's more akin to an international negotiating table with a name and a permanent staff to keep it running. What we need is an actual world government. See you in 100 years.
What UN? The one that ignores the human rights violations of Saudi and the other Islamic terrorists factories? Why does it exist? Human Rights are not involved in the current agenda. If it exists it should function as it is funded. Currently it does not.
Donald Trump is correct. We need to renegotiate our affiliation with both the UN and NATO. If they cannot begin to provide funding for their own operations, then they need to go. The US has become their funding for anything they choose to do and America is fed up paying for their nonsense. We either need to have more control over what they choose to do or they need to get other countries to pay for it!
The UN seems to be a Muslim ran organization anymore and as such needs to be reorganized or disbanded. Move out of America and cut funding until reorganized. They myst not be allowed to pursue New World Order leanings.
I feel like we should but, there is an groaning issue almost every year with a new constant threat in a certain country that violate human rights and the UN isn’t really helpful at their strengths that they have it’s really just for the elite and their interest alongside with more dominant countries.
Yes, However the U.N. much like the League of Nation's before it is really just a place for countries with no power and blowhards go to air there grievances which are promptly ignored. As an institution it can at times foster some cooperation, but due to geography, culture, and desire humanity will remain divided for the foreseeable future.
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