Political theater in the United Nations is often in the wrong time and the wrong place in the wrong style. In her farewell speech in the U.N. General Assembly on December 18, 2018, U.S. ambassador Nikki Haley spoke of the anti-Israeli bias of United Nations bodies and of the anti-Semitic boycott they had approved. The lack of any form of objectivity by the U.N. Human Rights Council regarding Jewish citizens has been a continuing display of thoughtless and automatic malevolence. Expecting otherwise is like being at a Chekhov play, waiting for something that's not going to happen.
At one point, it was hoped that U.N. conferences on women might concentrate on and be limited to the problems facing women. Sadly, the women's conferences, starting with the first one in Mexico City, June-July 1975, diverted from appropriate objectives to focus on condemnation of Israel and the elimination of Zionism along with "racial discrimination in all its forms." A resolution in Mexico City condemning Zionism was approved by the UNGA, 107-1 with 26 abstentions.