United Nations special envoy Ibrahim Gambari arrived in Yangon on Monday for a five-day visit to Burma.
This is the fourth trip for him to visit Burma after the military's deadly crackdown on pro-democracy protests led by Buddhist monks in September 2007. His last trip to Burma in March was empty-handed.
The United Nations (also known as the Useless Naves) has been diplomatically trying to persuade Burma leaders for a long time. They tried by sending envoys. They talked with beautiful diplomatic words, but people have already known in advance that they cannot realistically hope for anything before the UN envoys come. The UN could not do anything for Burma. They could not count even death after last September’s uprising. Since then we have deeply disappointed by the UN's failure.