The fount of global Elitism has been left bubbling with indignation since President Trump’s election. The national populism of the American president has not been received too kindly in the den of political and moral iniquity that constitutes the United Nations.
If there were members who held out hope that Trump’s expressed view of the UN and other multinational organizations was just campaign bluster, the American’s U.N. Ambassador, Nikki Haley, was quick to shatter those expectations.
The tension between the U.N. and the U.S. was epitomized during the recent missile strike on Syria.
Fox News reports that Haley “accused the U.N. of ‘consistently’ failing to act on Syria, while also forcing the Security Council into open session when one nation, Bolivia, apparently tried to discuss the strikes in private.”
The contrast to the Obama administration’s cozy and supplicating relationship with the Globalists was palpable. While Obama gladly footed the bill for UN exercises in futility, Haley has pushed for Trump’s demand that the U.N. either scale down or donations from the other deadbeat members start to make their way into the coffers.
“We’ve carried the burden for a really long time,” noted Haley. “And it doesn’t mean we’re not going to continue to pay our due. But at some point, other countries have to step in and start funding these missions, too.”
If anyone can halt the vapidity of the U.N. and its reallocation of global wealth, it will be President Trump and the terrific Ambassador Haley.