Trump Wants the United States to Withdraw From the United Nations! It Would Be a Disastrous Move for Global Peace


People have been warning against Trump potentially starting WWIII, but that nightmare suddenly started to look a lot more realistic this week – when Trump started saying he wanted to act to drastically reduce the U.S. role in the United Nations.

Trump is writing two new executive orders: The first is meant to terminate funding for any U.N. agency or other international body that supports Palestine, abortions, and enforcing strict sanctions.

Under the new executive order, agencies would lose funding if they did any of the following: a) gives membership to Palestine, b) supports programs funding abortions, c) circumvents sanctions against Iran or North Korea.

International agencies desperately need to help of the United States in saving the lives of refugees and survivors of violence.

The U.S. provides around a quarter of all funding to U.N. peacekeeping operations globally. If Trump was serious about preventing international terrorism, you would think he’d want this program around.

The second executive order calls for a review of all current and pending treaties with more than one nation.

This could help Trump get out of the Paris climate agreement more easily, without having to worry about what other countries think about the move.

Pretty disturbing set of executive orders he’s got there – especially given how much criticism Republicans gave Obama for “leading by executive order.” (Even though Obama famously gave fewer executive orders than any other president in modern history.)

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Shaw has written for USA Today, CNN, Capitol Weekly, Independent Voter Network News, and The Energy Collective. At age 19, she was appointed to the Community Health Commission for the City of Berkeley by Mayor Tom Bates and served on the Mayor's Health Task Force. She acts and models professionally and has performed at Carnegie Hall. Shaw is a native San Franciscan. She studied political economy, public policy, biology, and rhetoric at UC Berkeley, and graduated in 2016. Through reformed education and effective communication, she is interested in making complex concepts accessible to broader audiences in hope of creating a more aware and active world.



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