. Since its establishment the UNSC had fifteen members which was mentioned before: Republic of China, France, the Russian Federation, the United Kingdom and the United States of America. Which are known as and the holders of “veto power” and the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council. The initial reason for the inclusion of the “veto power” within the Charter came to prevent the United Nations to take any direct movements towards or against any of its principle founding participants. But the use of the “veto power” has become distant from the main initial motive and it turned into a defensive country wide interests of the everlasting members or their strategic allies. The “Veto power” has been responsible for the silence of the UNSC on some main global conflicts which includes the Iraq War in 2003, The Georgia conflict in 2008, The bloodbath of Sri Lankan in 2009 and the recent Syrian struggle, Despite the fact that the problem of Israel-Palestine war is mentioned at the agenda of the Security council this body has no longer been a hit in condemning the violence, the insecurity, and the settlement activities through issuing resolutions. This illustrates the undemocratic nature of the “veto power” as it is given to specific countries in order to achieve their main interests and goals.The media plays an important role in our lives . It often produces international pressure for action to head off cataclysms , which includes North Korea and Iraq. The Cable News Network (CNN) shows great effort in its weekly program which is know mn as “the Diplomatic License” which makes the decisions more clearly for humans. The British Broadcasting (BBC) interprets iconic images of council ambassadors meeting of council ambassadors meeting in the fabled council chamber and then delivering themselves of competitive but often misleading pronouncements on the proceedings. The media’s member states influence the council most strongly