The following article makes an argument against the United Nations that,
thought I had never heard before, makes perfect sense, and leads me to
wonder why I had never heard it before. (I'm also slightly embarrassed that
I had never thought of it before.)
Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2002
The argument in a nutshell:
When did the United Nations become the supreme moral authority of the world?
One might advance such a proposition if most of the organization were
represented by democratic governments, but that is not the case. Of the 191
nations in the United Nations only about 40 percent (85 countries) are
democratic societies that enjoy political rights and civil liberties. The
rest are either controlled by dictators or by a one-party government.
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