The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) fell from grace at astounding speed. From being touted as the Obama administration's “global partner” in globalizing education just a few years ago, to facing a massive financial crisis and even a U.S. government exit today under President Trump, UNESCO is on track to become a byword for globalist corruption and tyranny. It also offers Americans a powerful example of how easy it is to restore U.S. sovereignty and crush globalist schemes that undermine liberty, morality, and common sense. Israel also announced its departure. Now, it is time to focus on the broader United Nations.

The 2017 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) in Oslo, Norway, on Friday, October 6. In awarding ICAN the Nobel Peace Prize, presumably what is being claimed is that the disarmament advocated by ICAN would bring about peace. But would it?

The State Department is ordering the departure of 15 officials from the Cuban embassy in Washington as a consequence of sonic attacks against U.S. diplomats in Havana.

President Trump signed a presidential executive order on September 21 “imposing additional sanctions with respect to North Korea.”

In his speech at the United Nations General Assembly this week, President Donald Trump took aim at a number of “rogue regimes” and called for international cooperation to rein them in. Perhaps most dramatically, Trump threatened to “totally destroy” North Korea if the communist dictator there did not settle down. Specifically, the president suggested that the UN dictators club, which has been crucial to empowering and sustaining the mass-murdering regime, should play a role in solving the crisis. Other regimes that faced fierce criticism from Trump included those ruling Iran, Cuba, and Venezuela.

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