Wednesday, 8 September 2010

CASE 013 - The United nations

The United Nations Organization (UNO) or simply United Nations (UN) (Arabic: الأمم المتحدة, French: Organisation des Nations Unies, Chinese: 联合国 / 聯合國, Spanish: Organización de las Naciones Unidas, Russian: Организация Объединённых Наций) is an international organization whose stated aims are facilitating cooperation in international law, international security, economic development, social progress, human rights, and achievement of world peace. The UN was founded in 1945 after World War II to replace the League of Nations, to stop wars between countries, and to provide a platform for dialogue. It contains multiple subsidiary organizations to carry out its missions.
There are currently 192 member states, including nearly every sovereign state in the world. From its offices around the world, the UN and its specialized agencies decide on substantive and administrative issues in regular meetings held throughout the year. The organization has six principal organs: the General Assembly (the main deliberative assembly); the Security Council (for deciding certain resolutions for peace and security); the Economic and Social Council (for assisting in promoting international economic and social cooperation and development); the Secretariat (for providing studies, information, and facilities needed by the UN); the International Court of Justice (the primary judicial organ); and the United Nations Trusteeship Council (which is currently inactive). Other prominent UN System agencies include the World Health Organization (WHO), the World Food Programme (WFP) and United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). The UN's most visible public figure is the Secretary-General, currently Ban Ki-moon of South Korea, who attained the post in 2007. The organization is financed from assessed and voluntary contributions from its member states, and has six official languages: Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), English, French, Russian and Spanish.

The UN had its chance to play an important role in what is now known as the global war on terrorism. But the UN has proven on many occasions to be all talk and no action. At least no effective, positive, productive action. Sternly worded resolutions have no effect on heavily-armed dictators. As a sovereign nation, the U.S. does not need to ask permission or get a consensus from any other country or countries before defending itself; however, when time permits, most other countries expect to hear some justification when Country A bombs Country B. Lately the UN is famous for only one thing, and that is the Oil-for-Food scandal. As more information is revealed about the scandal, it is beginning to appear that the UN is merely a conference of corrupt officials from corrupt little countries all over the world. If that's the case, the UN cannot possibly accomplish anything that benefits everyone in the long run.

The UN is dangerous because its ultimate goal is a single world-wide socialist government.

What do all these big conferences have in common? In each case, the UN hoped to use the "global warming" scam as a mechanism to install world government and the transfer of wealth from rich nations to poor ones.

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