THE UNITED NATIONS

 

I want Secretary General of the United Nations Mr. Kofi Annan (he held the Office in 2006) to remain in his Office for life unless he chooses to step down at his own volition.

 

This gentlemen has earned my respect for his wisdom with which he handled the most conflicting interests among nations and political philosophies any man would ever wish to mediate in. I could not have matched his longsuffering patience with the unruly ones over there.

 

We can now proceed to dismantle the Security Council which has in the past relegated the General Assembly to the status of a mere talk shop without any effect on issues under discussion.

 

The General Assembly however has enormous potential for displaying unity among its member states, and therefore it may remain intact. Again, its members must meet the requirements as laid out under “Qualifications.”

 

Many auxiliary organizations of the U.N. will probably become redundant. Mr. Annan and I will discuss all issues around a necessary restructuring of the United Nations, and as soon as we have reached a consensus you will hear about it.

 

 

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