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The Ten Biggest Myths of the United Nations

 

Myth #1:  The primary purpose of the United Nations as shown by its actions is the establishment of lasting world peace.

Myth #2:  National interest is the best starting point for building a peaceful, healthy and harmonious world.

Myth #3:  The abusive corruption and crippling mismanagement of the U.N. doesn't significantly undermine its mission.

Myth #4:  The U.N. is well-equipped to meet the challenges facing the 21st Century.

Myth #5:  The world community hasn't changed significantly enough since the U.N. founding to warrant a comprehensive new vision for the world body.

Myth #6:  The U.N. is effective in carrying out its charter.

Myth #7:  The U.N. isn't in desperate need of fundamental reforms.

Myth #8:  The United Nations recognizes that humanity lives in one world, under God.

Myth #9:  The U.N. would not benefit from a permanent and formal internal structure for wisdom, counsel and problem-solving comprised of carefully selected, unselfish world religious and spiritual leaders.

Myth #10:  It is not necessary for the U.N. to participate in addressing the spiritual needs of all humanity.

 

 

 

  Relevant Links:

The Role of Religion in Reforming the U.N. (video)

 


The United Nations is designed to make possible lasting freedom and independence for all its members.

Harry S. Truman
 

 

 

 

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