So where does the UN get off?

Telling the US what they can and cannot recognize as a country, or it’s capitol, or where we can put our embassy?

Just who the hell do they think they are? (yes that was Rhetorical)….I know that they think they can run the US…but Barry is gone, so that ain’t the case no more….

I am pleased by Nikki Haley’s response. And I would LOVE to see the US cut Foreign Aid….. Pretty much everywhere, but especially (and first) to all those that think that they are entitled to an opinion as to how and where the US conducts it’s business.

Fuck ’em.

7 thoughts on “So where does the UN get off?

  1. I guess on the bright side, 5 small Micronesian island nations voted
    for the current Admin.

  2. I couldn't care less what the rest of the world thinks.

    Firstly, they are all represented by a bunch of whiney entitled, clueless liberals. Secondly, their interests are not the interests of the citizens of the United States.

  3. when i was a kid and found out about the u.n., which our 6th grade teacher thought would be a great help for the world, i realized what it was and thought it should be removed to europe, perhaps, although i have recently read some commenters who think plunking it down in afghanistan or some other similar location would be a good option.
    at any rate, i think we should extract it from our country just as a surgeon extracts a poison tooth from a body.
    everything would improve with the poison gone. not to mention the removal of the ridiculous expense.

  4. Next, the UN is going to say we have to call Boise, Idaho our capital…

    …Indeed, that's what they're telling Israel to do…

    UN: Unnecessary Nuisance…

  5. GET US OUT OF THE UN. Been thinking that for well over a decade.

    The problem is that it's not just a matter of withdrawing; the UN has legal authority – including the ability to levy troops – let alone other things. Those things need to be defanged before the US (and Israel, and possibly some other countries like the Eastern European states who are getting tired of the pan-national vision) pull out.

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