We have to take note, and say it loud and clear, of not wasting time with institutional reforms and alchemies that will never be approved and that won‘t change even the smallest detail of the substance, which is this: regarding the important questions such as security and peace, the UN is a useless agency, damaging even. It is an international organization that has betrayed the spirit of its founders, that has denied the principles contained in its own institutional Charter. We should say good-bye to the United Nations, close them down and then substituted with something different, like perhaps an Alliance of the Democracies or, even better, The World Organization of the democracies.
As Christian Rocca relates in his book ―Contro l‘ONU‖ (Against the UN) regarding the important questions such as security and peace, the UN is a useless agency, damaging even. The Security Council and the General assembly have betrayed the spirit of its founders, and have denied the principles contained in its own institutional Charter, as their many disasters and scandals have demonstrated, from the genocide in Ruanda in 1994 to the gigantic corruption linked to the humanitarian program Oil for Food discovered in 2004. A new model of global action is being imposed because the United Nations is a child of the cold war; today the world has changed, the frequent local crises no longer respond to the geopolitical logic of bipolarity but require analyses and interventions that in the last years only the United States has demonstrated to know how to operate.
In January 1999 Madeleine Albright, Secretary of State during Clinton‘s presidency, declared to the Los Angeles Times that her main priority before leaving her mandate was the creation of a world community of democracies. This objective became a reality on June 25-27, 2000, when 106 countries met in Warsaw, Poland where they founded the Community of Democracies (CD) and committed themselves to respect the principles of democracy and human rights contained in the ―Warsaw Declaration‖. With this declaration the nations they committed themselves ―to respect and sustain the fulcrum of democratic principles and practices.
It‘s a first step, but the promoters are still the ―super powers‖ and their allies.