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Has the UN become a dangerous entity due to it's inability to take any meaningf

  1. ImKarn23 profile image78
    ImKarn23posted 6 years ago

    Has the UN become a dangerous entity due to  it's inability to take any meaningful action?

    The UN can't seem to make a decision or take any meaningful action. And, yet - by definition - they hold the rest of the world hostage to their decisions - or lack thereof!

  2. profile image0
    Gusserposted 6 years ago

    The whole idea of the UN is dangerous. Nowhere in our Constitution is it allowed that we give any authority to another legislative body.

  3. Ana Teixeira profile image82
    Ana Teixeiraposted 6 years ago

    The UN was created simply to serve as a ^"mediator" in world diplomatic afairs. You don't have to have any "constitutional plans" simply because the UN doesn't IMPOSE anything. The UN is not dangerous. to be fair, the UN is, and it has been in the past, the only thing standing between the world and another World War. Were it not for the efforts of the UN, the USA would have began a 3rd world war already!

  4. Gypsy Willow profile image79
    Gypsy Willowposted 6 years ago

    Excellent question but I don't know the answer. It will be interesting to read the answers

  5. veritorogue profile image60
    veritorogueposted 6 years ago

    The UN is rather effective at addressing issues of human suffering that are absent politics or conflict. Directing aid to areas of famine, drought, or natural disasters are examples of this. As an organisation that tries to govern the world it is entirely pathetic. It gives badges to criminals and talks while people are anihilated. Liberty is of no concern to the UN and the Leviathan described by Hobbes is what the UN wants to be. I think that the UN should be reduced to a world town hall and insist that US sovereignty not be ceeded in any manner whatsoever.

  6. profile image56
    wim99posted 6 years ago

    With the advent of confidentiality the UN exists on level with the world justice league, ie: comics. There are so many warnings about imposing one world government in many secret societies that one should keep an eye on the UN. Contraversial as it may be, in times of crisis it does help to add a good second opinion before we judge others that we know so little about.

  7. feenix profile image60
    feenixposted 6 years ago

    In my opinion, the United Nations has always been a very dangerous entity. And it also my opinion that the U.S. should never have become of member of that of that organization.

  8. ImKarn23 profile image78
    ImKarn23posted 6 years ago

    Here, here, (here((to fill the minimum 4 word requirement)) - Veritorogue!

 
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