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  • The UN has saved countless lives in the past and avoided a lot of tragedies / catastrophes

    Considering the UN has saved countless lives in the past, whether it is by avoiding the third world war or by simply finding a consensus within its member state. The UN should not be dissolved because if that were to happen nothing could stop a third world war or another major conflict to break lose. Although the UN has had its fails it is still the only organisation stopping the world from crumbling into war and despair. Counting the numerous successes that the UN has achieved such as ending famine in some countries saving countless lives, it should be rewarded not dissolved. By 2030 the UN promises the extinction of extreme poverty in the world, dissolving the UN would mean not giving it the chance to prove itself even further than it already has.

  • The UN is all talk and very corrupt.

    The U.N. Is nothing but a world political platform with the goal of not helping the political situations globally.One just has to look at the people who can be and are employed in the UN. One just has to look at the level of war all around the world. One just has to see that this organisation is far from fit for purpose. Get rid of it now!

  • United nations currently is nothing but a mouthpiece of few countries

    In its current state UN has failed in countering terrorism, just goes on to make few announcements every now and then and speaks only on behalf of few handful of countries, when the whole world is shouting against country, UN comes forward to praise, UN is nothing but a Mafia, shame on you ppl

  • Yes the UN should be dissolved because of the corrupt war mongering self interested people working in it.

    One just has to look at the people who can be and are employed in the UN. One just has to look at the level of war all around the world. One just has to see that this organisation is far from fit for purpose. Get rid of it now!

  • Yes the UN should be dissolved because of the corrupt war mongering self interested people working in it.

    One just has to look at the people who can be and are employed in the UN. One just has to look at the level of war all around the world. One just has to see that this organisation is far from fit for purpose. Get rid of it now!

  • Need to act now

    The truth is that in order to change we need to act insted of doing nothing its time for change and that is not going to happen if we don't rise up because the un is in this state because democracy has failed as well because they are all pupets on strings its time no more sitting around people talking its time to act.

  • Corrupt and bias org. Should be dissolved...

    Last 25 years of incident - shows UN is biased and corrupt org.There are countries in the world who has ban other religion, dismal human rights record and those countries are on the human rights council as well allowed to pass resolution which undermines other countries position while those host countries do not pass any test for themselves.
    Where was UN in Serb Bosnian Croats - Kosova, Rwanda, Congo?...ISIS in Syria / Iraq...Only killing...
    UN only promotes Wahhabi agenda from Saudi Arabia through Organization of Islamic Cooperation (56 Countries)..
    Recently Nigeria....Always favored Hamas..Nothing says to Pakistan....
    Now French - freedom of speech....They want to curtail anything which West has....And want to implement 7th Century Islamic System...Dismantle UN! PERIOD....

  • One sided on many issues

    They see what the want to see with respect to Gaza, they condemn Israel for defending themselves and when they find Hamas in clear violation, they not only turn a blind eye, but give back the weapons that they found in a UN school. The appoint investigative panellists are self proclaimed anti Israel spokespeople to investigate Israel and they fund terrorist training camps by turning further blind eyes to what is being taught in UN schools.

  • One sided on many issues

    They see what the want to see with respect to Gaza, they condemn Israel for defending themselves and when they find Hamas in clear violation, they not only turn a blind eye, but give back the weapons that they found in a UN school. The appoint investigative panellists are self proclaimed anti Israel spokespeople to investigate Israel and they fund terrorist training camps by turning further blind eyes to what is being taught in UN schools.

  • The UN is a threat to human culture and national sovereignty.

    By enforcing immigration throughout the world, the UN is destroying cultural and ethnic groups through assimilation into one big human identity. This is dangerous, as culture is the only thing that truly defines a nation and justifies its borders. Without cultures to define the borders of sovereign nations, we would come dangerously close to a one world government which would destroy nations, and therefore destroy all competition between nations, bringing all progress in all fields to a grinding halt. With cultural groups present in places like India, Germany, China, etc, we can understand why a sovereign state has it's borders, and we can work to preserve these cultural groups. Truly, without the people, what is a nation? Just some lines on a map. We must demand that the tyrannical UN, which can make decisions without any input from the common man, be abolished from this world forever.

  • That would be a bad idea

    The un is a pretty good place where people can come and gather and solve and finish world probelms! If we get rid of it, many jobs will be lost and we will not be able to solve peace... This could be a problem and it migt cauz ww3 which doesnt sound good

  • Dissolving the United Nations is an absolutely horrendous idea which will have severe repercussions

    The mere notion that the UN must be abolished is asinine to the highest degree. Though the UN have been involved in numerous major failure due to their lack of decisiveness, this is to be expected of an organisation which is comprised of 193 autonomous nations which must be heard. Despite what you hear in the news, we live in by far the most peaceful period in human history, with the number of conflict-related death decreasing consistently since 1945, and this is because of the work of the UN regarding conflict resolution.

    Firstly, the UN has facilitated the eradication of disease such as Polio and Smallpox through vaccination programmes. Before the development of the smallpox vaccine, 300 million people died from smallpox in the 1900-1977.

    In addition, despite the world being on the verge of a nuclear war throughout most of the latter half of the 20th century, such an event has been prevent due to the UN's work regarding nuclear non-proliferation and conflict mediation between the US and USSR.

    Thirdly, dissolving the UN is akin to dissolving a health service. Despite the fact the UN has been accused of inefficiency, and has failed many times, it would absurd to abolish such an indispensable framework.

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  • The U.N. may be the only thing at times that stops wars (including world wide conflict)

    Each time in the last century and a half that a world war has happened or been impending, it has been because there was not a court or assembly in which to bring grievances so they could be resolved rather than causing war . When World War I started, there was no United Nations. Afterward, the League of Nations (American President Wilson's idea) was formed, but there was no support for it in our legislature, and the U.S. itself did not even join it. This was part of what laid the seeds for World War II. After World War II, we formed the United Nations. Since then, it has been over 70 years, and still no world war (as opposed to the barely 20 year gap between the two world wars that we had in the first half of the 20th century), despite massive tensions that have existed, in particular between the superpowers of the U.S., Russia, and China. Why would we want that to change?

  • It may be the only thing stopping wars (including a world war) from happening

    Each time in the last century and a half that a world war has happened or been impending, it has been because there was not a court or assembly in which to bring grievances so they could be resolved rather than causing war . When World War I started, there was no United Nations. Afterward, the League of Nations (American President Wilson's idea) was formed, but there was no support for it in our legislature, and the U.S. itself did not even join it. This was part of what laid the seeds for World War II. After World War II, we formed the United Nations. Since then, it has been over 70 years, and still no world war (as opposed to the barely 20 year gap between the two world wars that we had in the first half of the 20th century), despite massive tensions that have existed, in particular between the superpowers of the U.S., Russia, and China. Why would we want that to change?

  • We need to work with others

    How can we tell if a design is stupid unless several people go against it or for it. There is laws in place so people can't go acting like a vigilante and go do whatever they want. If that happened, mass chaos will insure along with anarchy. We need the UN

  • We need to act like humans.

    The UN is possibly the world's most persistent and civilised organisation. It makes us think about international unity and not our flimsy divisions on basis of 'borders'. We need to understand that though our cultures and races are different we still are humans and if we are going to be savage to another we are also subject to that danger. The UN, however slowly, is making youngsters and others realise the importance of one army against evil, instead of a hundred armies against each other, sounding the death knell of humanity.

  • It's a Start

    Considering on what the UN is trying to accomplish, it would be a good idea to keep it around. Even if it does fall apart after so many efforts and attempts, at least it's a good role model. It's the effort and ideas that they are trying to emphasize it that makes it remarkable. Being able to get over 100 states (countries) on some form of agreement is incredibly difficult and truly something to consider when even thinking about trying to break down such a system.

  • Need a starting point to make a more peaceful world

    It is one of the only organizations that has a huge percentage of the world involved with 193/196 countries in the world in the U.N. Without any form of cooperation because nations are in themselves selfish and violent. Without any form of coercion from a greater power countries will degrade to fighting like barbarians. Also I would never trust any one country with this duty because any power being concentrated is bound to create problems in my opinion. Also most of the arguments for dissolving it are just fear-mongering from Americans and vague accusations of corruption which have no basis because saying it is corrupt is saying 193 countries are corrupt so basically the human race is evil your saying. Also their failure to prevent all these genocides and war was because there was so many divisions within the security council and power wasn't equally distributed within the U.N. Fear mongering is a irrational fear of the unknown.

  • Dissolving is simple than instituting

    We should not be influenced by our negative ignorance. I would make this simple as comparing destroying and constructing five story building. Though UN is serving the purpose of involving serious business war to create business to its specialized Agencies, seer Syria, Libya, the Somali Republic, the concept is no UN specialized Agency will have a business if the world acheive sustainable peace. Thus, Lawlessness, denial of legitimacy and destabilization Agenda become hidden agenda to create continued business, include peacekeeping "which is business keeping" with all these, I would support restructuring rather than dissolving.


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