When the UN wants to scare sovereign, law-abiding nations into their way of thinking, they will compose sternly written letters, which they call "resolutions". When these "resolutions" fail--and they always do--the UN will send what is called an "envoy" (a non-working celebrity) to the country in an attempt to bore everyone to death. If this fails, the UN has no other options left, but the nucular one in a last ditch attempt to frighten the remaining citizens (who were not adopted by the "envoy") into straightening out.
The UN will then summon the Bogeyman of Diplomacy, Hans Blix.
The Legend of The Terrifying HansblixEdit
The last time liberals summoned the UN's most terrifying beast, America had been planning to liberate the Iraqi people. Saddam Hussein was still in power and had threatened to ravage America's innocence. Only America's bravest had the courage to see what needed to be done: take out the biggest immediate threat to America's security and replace him with a government and society as peaceful, law-abiding and free as America herself. And soon a plan was set in motion.