- Concerning the UN, it should be understood that the UN was created at
a time when most of the world was still under European colonization.
The idea for the UN stems from an idea for a united Europe going back
to the days of Napoleon and had been later modified into the idea of
a League of Nations at the height of the global colonial period.
Beginning in 1818, the major colonial powers had been Britain,
France, Russia, and our own Colonial Empire. The first three had
been in a European alliance together. You will notice that all of
their flags are red, white, and blue and despite any serious
conflicts to have occurred since 1818 (including the cold war), they
have always managed to be at peace with each other and be allies in
major wars. Thus it should be of no surprise that all four of them
are the permanent members of the UN security council. Jung-gwo
(China), the only non-European member is almost always neutral in
matters. This allows the others, such as the Colonial Empire and
Britain, to do pretty much as they please in dominating the world.
UN institutions such as the IMF and the WB, which are both
headquartered at the capital of the Colonial Empire in Washington DC,
allow Britain, France, and especially the Colonial Empire to
economically dominate the previously colonized world through unending
and ever increasing international debt. This creates high taxes,
devalued currency, and privatized public institutions owned by
transnational corporations resulting in great poverty and national
enslavement. Once you devalue a people's currancy, you devalue their
labor and thus the people themselves. In short, the UN is mainly a
front organization for Britain, France, Russia, and especially the
Colonial Empire and therefore is not a viable institution in seeking
aid for indigenous nations under foreign occupation. The UN is an
institution of the colonial powers and will only work to maintain
their interests no matter what it claims or does as a token gesture.
Both Iraq and Haiti and even Afganistan are proof of that.