Saturday, October 30, 2021

Operation Anawrahtar: Myanmar Army Vs PDFs

                (Anthony Davis’s article from the Asia Times on October 19, 2021.) 

Myanmar military prepares an onslaught for the ages: Impending military campaign seeks to destroy new people's defense forces but the massive offensive could ultimately bolster the resistance.

Myanmar's Tatmadaw is planning a massive offensive against newly formed people's defense forces.  Sooner or later Myanmar’s military was bound to wheel out the big guns. Since March, when peaceful protest against the February 1 coup turned to armed resistance, the generals in Naypyidaw have watched too much go too wrong in too many places for too long.

In the nation’s ethnic Bamar heartland so-called “people’s defense forces” (PDFs)  have proliferated to challenge military authority; from the borders of China and Thailand ethnic armies have extended them sanctuary, training, and weapons; and in strategically vital regions of Myanmar’s west and east bomb blasts and killings have escalated into full-blown insurgency.

Sunday, October 24, 2021

PDF Attack on Army outposts in Rangoon (Video)

                      (Based on Burmese posts from the Facebook on October 23, 2021.) 

One Myanmar-Army soldier was killed and one other severely wounded in a Rangoon PDF unit’s drive-by shooting of their security outpost inside a traffic police box at the Bargaya Intersection in the Sanchaung Township of Rangoon.

The daring mid-day attack was videoed and released widely on Social Media sites by the Rangoon PDF as a fund-raising drive asking for donations from the people of Burma. The drive-by shooting was at about 2:30 pm on October-23. Just yesterday.

Similar attacks but with multiple explosives were launched all over Rangoon especially in the South-Dagon and North-Dagon townships after the Bargayar Attack. Urban guerrilla attacks are now occurring in all major cities of Burma despite the heavy-handed responses from the universally-hated Myanmar Army.

Myanmar Army has been retaliating the widespread PDF attacks with illegal arrests and summary executions of young Burmese men and women. A drunken unit had recently kidnapped, gang-raped, and killed two young sisters after accusing them of supporting a local PDF unit led by their older brother.

Saturday, October 9, 2021

People Power: Myanmar Army is Collapsing!

              (Based on Burmese posts from the Facebook in October 2021.) 

A mad Myanmar Army officer.
That mother-fucker Min Aung Hlaing’s war-dog Army is on the brink of sudden collapse. The whole North-Western Regional Military Command is basically being annihilated right now by the People Defense Forces of Chin State and Yaw-Gangaw Region.

The sudden collapse of 100+ battalions-strong infamous Na-Ma-Kha Division after the months-long battles between its demoralized infantry battalions and local PDFs is a disastrous news for Burma’s newest dictator.

Just eight months ago on February-1 the Son-of-a-Bitch General thought by putting ASSK and her ministers in jail and killing a few hundred Gen-Z protesters he would be sitting on Burmese throng for a very, very long time like his predecessors late General Ne Win and General Than Shwe did.

He thought it wrong and the brave young people of Burma has proved that fact by arming themselves and killing his war-dogs by thousands and thousands all over the nation. More than sixty years of slaving under the Myanmar Army  war-dogs’ boots was enough and they knew they have to get rid of that bastard army just to become truly free and democratic.

Saturday, October 2, 2021

Thai Police Tortured Drug Dealer To Death (Video)

             (Marwaan Markar’s article from the NIKKEI ASIA on September 3, 2021.) 

Five plastic bags were used in the torture.
BANGKOK -- Thailand's police have suffered another blow to their reputation from the release of a video that appears to show a man dying in custody with a plastic bag over his head.

But the deadly interrogation method is not the work of just one rogue officer, according to retired senior members of a force that Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha had pledged to reform after he staged the 2014 coup.

The video, which leaked last month and went viral, drawing 3.6 million views, allegedly shows 24-year-old Jeerapong Thanapat, who had been arrested in Nakhon Sawan, 250 km north of the capital, on suspicion of selling methamphetamine pills, suffocating to death as officers demanded 2 million baht ($60,000) for his freedom. The superintendent of the station, Col. Thitisan Utthanaphon, nicknamed "Joe Ferrari" for his sports car collection, was later arrested.