Yesterday’s closed-door UNSC meeting on Myanmar’s affair yielded no definite results. There was no issue a single statement even to make a decision. In fact, the UN had never been a very promising organization for Myanmar. China and Russia had always been opposed in UNSC. The current situation in the country had increased the percentage of success for the people. The pace of the mass movement did not slow down at all. CDM was successful. The CRPH was also making inroads into the international arena, causing bloodshed in the military council. But it was still a long way to go before the military junta collapses. They, too, had no choice but to persevere. Will military assistance from other countries be needed to get this done quickly? This was a point to consider. Currently, R2P was being requested through CRPH, but it was still a long way off. There were many procedures at the UN, so it was not easy to happen immediately. But there was one thing. What if the UN takes longer or US takes action? CRPH needed to consider these as an option as well. In addition, the CRPH was forming with the current federal constitution and a combination of ethnic armed groups to form a federal army. I will write about this the next day.