posted on Jan, 23 2005 @ 02:29 PM
The U.N. was founded on noble principles, and has done some good things over the last 50 years; however, if it ever wants to be taken seriously, it's
going to have to clean up its act, big time.
This shows how massive the corruption at the U.N. really is. In order to clean up this corruption, the U.N. is going to have to address some of its
fatal flaws -- among them, the idea that all nations are 'equal', whether they're democracies or dictatorships. (Considering democracies and
dictatorships 'equals' on the U.N. General Assembly is like having spots on a city council reserved for convicted murderers and rapists, and
considering them 'equal' to law-abiding citizens.)
Dictatorships and terrorist supporting nations should, at the very least, be placed on some kind of membership probation, and in many cases kicked out
of the U.N., and told they can only return when they are democracies or stop supporting terrorism.
Other than the flag, the Charter, and the U.N. building in New York City, the rest of the organization may need to be redesigned from scratch at this