The broken promises – In dedication of World Humanitarian Day

World Humanitarian Day…
A day where the ignorance always becomes most clear.
As I have tried to express often enough, the United Nations are behind this 2-sided day, yet act close to never…

As this day progresses, many people would love to have a glimmer of hope, and the United Nations just beats it down in the ground once again.
Iran, Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, Ukraine, China, North Korea, Pakistan, Lebanon, Libya, Egypt, Israel/Palestine, Yemen, India, Myanmar, Russia(Not because of Ukraine), Nigeria, Mali, Central African Republic, Congo, Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia, Mexico, Burundi, Armenia/Azerbaijan, Turkey, Colombia, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Ethiopia, Algeria and Morocco…
All of them would love some humanity probably, as all these countries are officially in a state of conflict, or even war…
39 countries if I counted correctly, of the 195(?) recognized countries of the world…That is an exact total of 20% of the world that is currently in conflict, and my list might even not be completed…

20% of the world is basically fighting, and we are celebrating humanitarians, it seems ignorant…
Especially when you look at the fact  the United Nations could themselves act at most of them, as they are political, and some could probably be resolved without the need of their peacekeepers…
Peacekeepers which are not trusted by most of the world, which is not weird with just very recently being yet another report of abuse by them…
But also for the fact they are soldiers, an army, just with a different name…
I suppose the United Nations does not look so neutral when you think about the fact they could do almost anything with that, as an army = an army, however you turn it around, it remains the same.

If the day would have been set up by charitive organisations like “Save The Children” or “Médecins Sans Frontières”(Doctors Without Borders), I could understand, as they indeed show true humanitarian acts.
However, I would have to compare the United Nations as something like NATO, an international organisation that revolves around military and political acts, not humanitarian, even though there are parts like UNICEF, UNDP, UNFPA, WFP and others,  they are only part of 1 basic principle…

We had the first  “World Humanitarian Summit” at Istanbul, Turkey, we were called on before to ask the leaders of  our countries to join, and there was a massive support by non-governmental people..
I remember back then something said, which was they would look back at the results since then at this day, World Humanitarian Day.
Currently at Turkey(including Istanbul) it is 6 o’clock in the evening, and nothing has been shown…
In effects, the day is for most here close to an end, and that is also coming close at the rest of Europe…

In the end it always revolves around broken promises with the United Nations, and therefore I do indeed not support them…
How can we support an organization and “their day” when they show truly nothing in return?