The United Nations Organisation is not fit for purpose.
How is it that all of the independent sovereign nations of the world there gathered cannot act effectively against ISIL?
ISIL, after all, is an unrecognised self-proclaimed rogue “state” which stands condemned by all.
The UN, surely, if able to muster near unanimity, should have the necessary authority to act.
One bar to unanimous action may be the veto wielded by key states in the Security Council. But do any of those support ISIL? That is surely inconceivable.
Why no action? Perhaps some reform is needed in any event: should the General Assembly have the power, if wielded by a very high majority, say 80 or 90%, of all member nations, be able to overrule a minority view of just one veto wielding power, or to compel the Security Council to act?