For the Good of All Mankind on Earth

the United Nations Must be Disbanded



The charter of the United Nations requires the United Nations to attempt to prevent wars between member nations of the United Nations and to promote economic development of nation states which are members of the United Nations while also reducing occurrences of genocide of people's on Earth which will cause the United Nations to cycle on encouraging trends in which fossil fuels are burned while discouraging development of atomic sources of energy as a means of preventing member nations of the United Nations on Earth from using atomic weapons against other member nations of the United Nations which if allowed to continue unchecked will hazard the continued existence of the human species on Earth as a machine using species which uses machines with multiple individual moving parts to increase the total number of individual living members of the human species on Earth well beyond the total number of individual living members of the human species which can be sustained on Earth if living members of the human species were not able to use machines with multiple individual moving parts but instead become limited to using a wide variety of tools which were not created through use of machines with multiple individual moving parts. For the good of the future of all mankind on Earth the United Nations must be abolished in as efficient manner as can be arranged and replaced with an organization which is chartered to ensure survival of member nations of the organization in exaggerate while also attempting to prevent wars between member nations of the organization and promoting economic development of nation states which are members of the organization in addition to reducing occurrences of genocide of people's on Earth to the extent attempting to prevent wars between member nations of the organization and promoting economic development of nation states which are members of the organization in addition to reducing occurrences of genocide of people's on Earth can be accomplished without allowing conditions to exist which are a hazard to the ability of member nations of the organization to survive in exaggerate. The organization which replaces the United Nations to the extent the organization which replaces the United Nations has within the charter of the organization the reforms described within this document should be named the United Nations of Earth.