So, right now I have been taking a course on U.N security and it is showing me alot about the U.N which is extremely interesting. And with 6 out of ten lessons done, I am doing well with a 85% average. I need 75% average to pass.
So I might explain more to you guys about the structure of the U.N later if you want.
However, I will just like to say;
I know all about the Oil for Food, the Sex Abuse, the Rwanda and Bosnia tragedies, I understand and I am saddened by it, but this is only a small fact of actual U.N life.
There are 30,000 employees for the U.N and an average of 80,000 peacekeepers each year under the U.N, and aid workers number about another 10,000
so around about 120,000 people, and 95% of these people were not involved in these incidents at all. It was mostly done on the diplomatic level, diplomats decided what should be done, and restrained their workers.
And finally, to note, the U.N is a humanitarian organization, the largest the world has ever known, and if it wasn't for these political restraints, if it wasn't restrained by political forces it would probably be the best in the world, but I believe and always will believe that it is the best organization that the world will see for a long time.