Is the UN a legitimate organization?

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  • • by Sharon Koifman
  • • November 24, 2023

The Model of the UN is not a functional one. Creating a democratic organization run by a Majority Corrupt, evil dictatorship is very hard to manage. When countries like Russia, China, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and even Iran sit as members and even Chair some of the most crucial boards, you know it is a problem. Even worse, there is more condemnation of Israel than the entire world combined, where at this moment, the Chinese are prosecuting a million Uyghurs, a quarter of Mauritina are black slaves, and Sudan, Syria, and Yemen still have no solved genocide statutes with millions of Victims. You realize quickly that the UN is not an organization for good but simply a tool for scapegoating.

The list of crimes committed by UN members and even leaders is outstanding, and while it is true that sometimes UN employees are there to fight for good. One has to ask if the Net impact of the UN is even worth keeping them at all.

The discussion of the UN is a scary one that too many Zionists try to avoid. It is simply very controversial to attack this one organization that represents the entire world and claims to “maintain international peace and security, develop friendly relations among nations, achieve international cooperation, and be a center for harmonizing the actions of nations.” And it does make Jews look like conspiracy theorists when they delegitimize any organization that disagrees with us. 

For anyone who has not been too preoccupied with the day-to-day activities of the UN, you would automatically assume that this is one of the most crucial organizations in the world. Unfortunately, that couldn’t be farther from the truth. It’s not true because some very corrupt people reached the top ranks of the organization and have used the UN’s resources for some pretty evil stuff. To be more scientific about it, there simply is no practical sense to an organization that claims to be democratic yet represents every country that, in the majority, consists of undemocratic corrupt dictatorships.


So, let me get into business and offer some facts.

Here are the countries that are sitting as members of the Human Rights Council,  the organization that is dedicated to protecting human rights across the world.


Screwed Dictatorships

  • Algeria
  • Cameroon
  • China
  • Cuba
  • Eritrea
  • Gabon
  • Kazakhstan
  • Kyrgyzstan
  • Qatar
  • Somalia
  • Sudan
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Uzbekistan
  • Vietnam


Struggling with Democracy at best

  • Bangladesh
  • Benin
  • Bolivia
  • Gambia
  • Georgia
  • Honduras
  • India
  • Ivory Coast
  • Malawi
  • Malaysia
  • Maldives
  • Mexico
  • Montenegro
  • Morocco
  • Nepal
  • Pakistan
  • Paraguay
  • Senegal
  • Ukraine



  • Argentina
  • Belgium
  • Chile
  • Costa Rica
  • Czech Republic
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Lithuania
  • Luxembourg
  • Romania
  • South Africa
  • United Kingdom
  • United States


In total, 71% of all member countries are undemocratic.


Now, after reading about all these countries, you have a choice to laugh or cry, but the next fact is guaranteed to make you laugh. In 1989, they created the Muammar Qaddafi Human Rights Prize. Yes, the Muammar Qaddafi who oppressed and starved his own people for more than 42 years. This award was presented to people like President Erdogan of Turkey, Fidel Castro, and Famous Anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan. Hitler should earn one too, if he were still alive.

Now, here’s a better one:

The Commission on the Status of Women. This is supposedly the most important body in the world dedicated to protecting women’s rights and gender equality.

And I present to you some of the member countries

  • Belarus
  • China
  • Cuba
  • Egypt
  • Equatorial Guinea
  • Pakistan
  • Russia
  • Somalia
  • Turkey
  • Afghanistan
  • Algeria 
  • Bangladesh



It is also important to note that on March 2019, Iran — a regime that tortures Women’s Rights defenders and arrests women who fail to comply with its forced hijab law — was elected to CSW’s Working Group on Communications on the Status of Women. Also, in March 2019, Iraq — the third worst country in the world on the global gender equality ranking (147/149) — was elected Vice Chair of CSW. C’mon guys!!! After that, in 2020-2021, Algeria served as Vice-Chair.

Update***- on October 30th, 2023, just after the Hamas Massacre, Iran was placed as the Chair of the UN Human Rights Forum on Thursday.


Now, if you feel this is not crazy enough, the next stats will blow you out of the water.


From 2015 till today General Assembly of the UN Condemned:

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What about our famous Human Rights Council?

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And if you think that the UN is somewhat a functional chaos that still manages to implement the mandates. Here’s a list of crimes that will beg the difference.

  • 1995 Oil for Food program (Saddam and Iraq)
  • UN Secretary-General Boutros-Ghali: a Weapon Supplier for Rwanda
  • UN Secretary-General Kurt Josef Waldheim: a Nazi Among Us
  • Failure to stop genocide (2007 Sudan Genocide: UN vs. human rights activist Jodie Williams)


1995 Oil for Food program (Saddam and Iraq)

Iraq was under a humanitarian crisis in 1995 due to an embargo. So, the UN strategized a food for Oil program. 

Trade request – UN Security Council Resolution 986

Saddam: gets food, medicine, and other humanitarian needs for the Iraqi people

World: gets oil


If it’s not clear, the food aspect was there to prevent a dictator from banking all the money.

Sounds fair, right? But, too bad, the UN and Saddam ruined it.

Saddam Hussein earned $1.7 billion through kickbacks and surcharges, while adding $10.9 billion through illegal oil smuggling, according to a 2004 CIA investigation.

Nearly half of the 4,500 participating companies were guilty of paying kickbacks and surcharges to win lucrative contracts and allowing Saddam Hussein to pocket $1.8 billion at the expense of Iraqis suffering under UN economic sanctions. 

The scheme consisted of the Iraqi government creating vouchers. These vouchers could be traded by contracts that would sell oil. So basically, even if you were not an oil tycoon, you could buy Iraqi oil and earn lots of money as long as you paid a percentage back to Saddam. The dealer with a voucher earned 10-35 cents per barrel.

Benon Sevan, the UN chief of the Oil-for-Food Program, received an allocation of 13 million barrels. He also chose the firms that could buy Iraqi oil from the program. Many politicians worldwide seem to be involved with these vouchers, including anti-Israel activist George Galloway.

And while UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan wasn’t involved, his son was. Kojo Annan received around $400,000 from Swiss-based Cotecna Inspections S.A., a major oil-for-food contractor, between 1995 and 2004.


UN Secretary General Boutros-Ghali: a Weapon Supplier for Rwanda Genocide.


The UN Secretary-General is a hell of a position, maybe one of the most important in the world.

Would you let an arms dealer take this job?

When you type “Boutros Boutros-Ghali” on the internet, you will see an old guy in such a top position in the UN, images, and videos of his funeral, or the Arab press talking about how important “Arab” he was (actually, he was a Copt).

But if you dig further, you will discover the guy used his position as a foreign minister of Egypt in 1990 to sell weapons to Rwanda, weapons that would be used in a genocide in 1994.

Now, you could assume that supplying weapons does not mean you are responsible for the war,

But then why, when the Rwandan Genocide was actually happening in 1994, did he ignore it altogether? 

His excuse is that he was, I kid you not, on a vacation trip throughout Europe, receiving honorary degrees.

It smells fishy. The guy filled the genociders with weapons, and when they were committing genocide, he was all, 



The rest of the UN Security Council also didn’t care. They met privately twice a day, and their meetings would be a secret if not an account of the meetings. Sadly, we have no access to the document, but journalist Linda Melvern seems to have a copy; she says that the UN Security Council wasn’t even discussing reinforcing troops to stop genocide.

Karel Kovanda, an ambassador occupying a non-permanent seat of the Czech Republic, recalled: ‘No one was sure what, if anything, needed to be done. Into this absolutely bizarre situation came the big powers … who said they could do nothing.’

Yeah, what could five big nations plus the UN (which already had a mission inside Rwanda and lots of troops of peacekeepers ready to work) could do to stop a genocide?

Meanwhile, on 11 April 1994, the UN Council was informed that thousands of people seeking safety wherever they could gathered in hospitals, churches, and wherever they saw the UN flag.

On the following day, the UN decided to act quickly and decisively!

Boutros Boutros-Ghali met with Willy Claes, and they decided to…



Pull out Belgian and UN Troops out of the hell of Rwanda.

They claimed. That “All the UN troops were at risk”.

The real reason was that the Belgian press published the death of ten Belgian soldiers and there was an uproar demanding the withdrawal of troops from Rwanda. The other countries involved just followed suit, fearing bad press.

They all just left, disappeared.



UN failed to save Rwandan citizens from genocide because the governments feared losing face, and the UN Secretary-General had a good vibe with genociders.


UN Secretary General Kurt Josef Waldheim: a Nazi Among Us


Let’s go back in time for a little bit:

On March 15, 1943, freight trains left Salonika (a city in Greece) at the rate of about two a week, carrying 96 percent of the 56,000 Jews, to Auschwitz. By the time the last train left on July 19th, it had extinguished one of the world’s principal centers of Sephardic and Romaniote Judaism.

”Everybody knew what was being done to the Jews, especially German intelligence officers,” said Leon Benmayor, president of the Jewish community who returned to Salonika in 1986. ”They knew about the trains of 50 cars that left every three days. They knew our yellow stars.”

But there is one Nazi who was in Thessaloniki at the time and claimed he wasn’t aware of it.

And that Nazi became a UN Secretary General!

“Trains? Which trains?”


So, you have a UN Secretary-General who was involved directly with the Holocaust… and nobody talks about it!


Just for your information, he also served in Yugoslavia, serving in the capacity of an aide-de-camp in Nazy Army Group E, headed by General Alexander Löhr, who committed many massacres against the Serbs and was executed as a war criminal in 1947.

His answer to this was the same:


“Massacres? Which massacres?”



And as a UN Secretary-General?

Under his blessing, PLO became a Permanent Observer, and Yasser Arafat gave his “olive speech” in 1974 and in 1975, the UN Resolution 3379 condemned “Zionism as a form of Racism.”

The guy who collaborated in the Holocaust and the extermination of Serbs was now trying to undermine Israel’s right to exist, sitting on the UN’s most important seat.

Failure to stop genocide (Sudan Genocide: UN vs. human rights activist Jody Williams)

Since the end of the British Colonial Rule, Sudan couldn’t get a break. It had to endure many civil wars. 

The Arab Muslims in the north wanted to rule all Sudan and the Christian south wanted independence. In West Sudan, there was a third region called Darfur.

Darfur is split in half: Black Africans who practice sedentary agriculture, and semi-nomadic Arabs livestock herders.

While intermarriage and the coexistence of Arab and African peoples in Sudan happened over the centuries, politicians (like former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi and former Sudanese dictator Omar al-Bashir) and extremists put these peoples against each other.


In 2003, the Sudanese government was pissed off, and they decided to arm the Arab Janjaweeds against the Black African Darfurians. In the same year, BBC covered it, and an agent from the US Agency for International Development gave testimony to Congress exposing the genocide in Darfur.


Janjaweed are these guerrillas in horses and camels


The Janjaweed proceeded to conduct the first genocide of the 21st Century. 

After four years of sending money and settling refugee camps, in 2007, the UN finally decided to send an investigation to evaluate what was going on in Darfur.

Here comes human rights activist and Nobel Prize winner Jody Williams (her work toward the banning and clearing of anti-personnel mines is amazing). The UN delegates her the task of leading the investigations.

After being barred from traveling to Sudan, she had to conduct the investigation from Chad, a neighboring country that hosted some refugees. She reported to the UN Human Rights Council about the humanitarian crisis, only to have her findings invalidated by Sudan’s political allies.

According to Jody Williams, the Council even tried to block their meeting from the agenda. Western members of the Council tried to ask her to write her report in a way that not anger Sudan’s allies.

Syrian representative: “We believe today that the report before us is seriously flawed in a manner that sheds serious shadows on its legitimacy.”

Algerian representative: “We do not consider that the document has the requested legitimacy.”

Chinese representative: “And the report cannot be considered comprehensive, objective, authentic, and accurate.”

Iranian representative: “And suffers from lack of credibility.”

Williams replied:

“Does that mean that if you criticize the United States or Israel for violations of human rights, that is balanced and objective? But if you criticize a member of the Organisation of Islamic Conference, i.e. Sudan, that is not balanced and objective?”

As long as a nation has the right political connections, it can genocide its own population with the UN’s seal of approval.

Luckily, the UN Security Council took some action. But it was too little late. In the same year, they deployed 26.000 peacekeepers, but Al-Bashir’s evil regime was left unchecked.

The list of Failures, corruption, Scapegoating and incompetencies questions the validity of this organization. It questions if this is an organization for good or simply an organization used as scapegoating tool for evil organizations.

In the beginning of this Article I mentioned how controversial it is to criticize this awful organization. How risky it is because it makes the critic sound like a conspiracy theorist and drastically decreases their credibility in other arguments. But for the sake of both Israel and International human rights, I’m ready to break the silence and call them out not only on their incompetencies but also warn the world about the damage this organization causes. Because for a better world, we must demand reform or replacement from an organization that claims to represent the world. We actually must Demand.



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