I see the United Nations as a re-distributive world government. Re-distribution is an intrusion in the free will of individuals and distorts a chaotic, yet efficient system of resource distribution. (That, of course, depends on a mechanism to limit force and fraud.)
Because the United Nations disturbs an efficient system, wealth creation is limited and those least likely to compensate are hurt the most (poor and retired).
There is an inconsistency I’d like to point out. Common Core education standards and the formation of Israel on Palestinian soil both were United Nations programs.
How consistent is it to support one and not the other?