Sorry for both the huge post and the second post. There was a point I alluded to, but never quite made that I think is important. You are right that the UN is a bunch of incompetent buffoons. But the struggle is not against the UN. The UN is a pawn in the game. It is a struggle of ideology. People don't do what they do 'for the UN'. They do what they think is right. The problem is what many think is right...is wrong. And the UN is teaching that that wrong is right, along with our educational establishment, the environmentalist movements, the 'feminist' movement, the 'peace' movement, the labor movement (unions) etc etc &c. And just about the only bulwark America has left, its religous institutions, don't juxtapose their positions with all those listed and show why they are wrong (with the limited exception of the feminists on the one issue of abortion).
Then who are we to fight? What do their faces look like so we will know them when we see them?
It sounds almost insurmountable a task to fight 'them' whomever 'them' are.