The United Nations, despite being predominantly hosted and financed by the United States, has been criticized for actions and stances perceived as contrary to U.S. interests, including instances of anti-American rhetoric and voting patterns. Given this dynamic, there is a call for the organization to undergo significant reforms or face the possibility of relocation outside the United States and a reevaluation of its funding from U.S. resources. Advocates for this change argue that the substantial financial contributions from American taxpayers warrant a reassessment of the UN’s location and the values it promotes. Alternative host countries for the UN headquarters, such as the UK, Switzerland, or France, are suggested due to their alignment with the organization’s current ideological stance. This perspective underscores a broader debate on the role and influence of international organizations and the need for alignment with the principles and interests of their host and major funding nations.