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the demonstrators are arming themselves and the armies of the autonomous regions are rebelling against the government something serious is happening step by step. or not ?
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I found this channel, where you can watch clips of the situation there


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Why do I get Rojava vibes?


Idk Ypg at least expressed an ideology as cringe as it may be. These people seem a pneumatic boid to me.


This was filmed pre-Covid and therefore pre-junta due to the lack of masks and social distancing, right?


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>Ypg at least expressed an ideology as cringe as it may be.
Watch out!


Oh no the powerful 30000 strong army of farmers with no industrial base, what a formidable enemy.


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>Why yes I do support the coup just because I like the name Burma more than Myanmar, how could you tell?
Next stop: Ceylon


Average freedom and democracy fan vs average military junta enjoyer.


>32 chinease factories have been destroyed


It’s the real reason why China doesn’t support the coup. It disrupts their business.
Looting and destruction of factories is a normal thing in riots.


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For some reason this thread keeps dissapearing all the time because the image uploaded is glitched. Someone should make a new one


Does anyone have an estimate of the numbers of all the ethnic armies put together vs the tatmadaw?


>all the ethnic armies
Are they even all on the same team? How many factions are there actually?


>pneumatic boid
Sorry, english is not my main language. But what does this mean? I can't find any translation for this.


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>Sorry, english is not my main language. But what does this mean? I can't find any translation for this.


I have never herd of this world until today
t native English speaker


Same, I’m a native speaker as well and I’ve heard of it but have no idea what it means or how to use it in a sentence.


Sorry my bad i thought in English "pneumatic void" had the same meaning as the Italian "vuoto pneumatico", which means the complete absence of something, but i see that it is not used figuratively in other languages.


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This reminded me of this computer game I used to play as a little kid called "Shark! Hunting the Great White" (2001).

One of the weapons you can unlock is the pneumatic speargun.


LMAO now I see what you mean.


idioms very rarely translate across languages


To be fair that graphics look damn fine for 2001.


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Myanmar Junta Uses Explosives, Killing At Least Two Dozen Protesters
>At least 11 civilians were killed and nearly 30 injured during clashes with regime forces near Taze Township in Sagaing Region on Wednesday evening.
>By Thursday morning, around 612 civilians have been killed by the military junta since the February coup.
>Using homemade firearms and air guns, residents attempted to prevent seven trucks full of troops from entering the town at around 4pm on Wednesday.
>Residents claimed the troops were being deployed to crack down on daily anti-regime protests in Taze, which have attracted tens of thousands of people but had not been attacked by the junta’s forces until yesterday.
>Taze protesters battled troops using automatic firearms and sniper rifles, a resident told The Irrawaddy.
>After civilians retreated, troops deployed in the town on Wednesday evening.
>Residents said people were leaving the town and the wounded were seeking treatment elsewhere to avoid the junta’s forces.
>On Thursday, Taze was empty amid loudspeaker announcements by the military threatening to shoot anyone seen on the streets.
>Protests in Kale Township, Sagaing Region, also faced a dawn raid to remove protesters’ roadblocks on Wednesday.
>During the raids, the regime used explosives and live rounds against protesters armed with homemade firearms, air guns and slingshots, according to protesters.
>Around 12 protesters were killed, mainly by explosives, and more than 12 were injured. Three civilians who were not protesting were shot dead and their bodies were taken away by the junta’s forces, a source said.
>“They used explosives and automatic fire against protesters. It is unacceptable. This is not a real war,” a young protester in Kale told The Irrawaddy on Thursday.
>In earlier crackdowns in Kale, the security forces used automatic fire and rocket launchers against protesters.
>Myanmar’s military regime has intensified crackdowns against the civilian population in recent days, although protests continue and activists look for alternative ways to oppose the junta.


>Fighting pitched battles with the police instead of retreating and regrouping

It's from details like this you know these protestors are libs.


>Having bad military tactics means you are a lib


It usually signals a lack of reflexive reasoning on one's part, and/or a tendency for adventusim (which is a problem in itself) . Also these are not some kinda of advanced guerilla techniques, these are more like "avoid facing an enemy in superior numbers with inferior weapons" kind of shit, which should be fairly obvious to anyone.


Nothing wrong, with what you say here. It is still stupid to call them because of that "libs".


can you fucking stop with this shit analysis


What's shit about it?


just saying "lib"


Prove me these people are not liberals.
You can't cause they overwhelmingly are.


their is no type of terrain that is easier to defend then a city, fighting the junta in the streets is probably easier to do then fight them in the jungles


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Not him but burden of proof is always on the person making a positive claim. Otherwise you can say something like:
>"Prove to me that there is NOT a real, live, breathing, purple unicorn with wings flying around on some random planet somewhere in a far away galaxy of the universe."
And just sit there smug and comfy in your little armchair as I have to bust my ass and search through every single nook and cranny of the entire physical universe (literally impossible to do within a single human lifespan, much less with currently available technology, probably just impossible period considering that the universe is constantly expanding, therefore new galaxies, stars, and planets are continuously being formed) in order to definitely prove to you that there is NOT a real, live, breathing, purple unicorn with wings flying around on some random planet somewhere in a far away galaxy of the universe :^) .

This is freshman Logic 101 stuff, usually offered under the Philosophy department at most Universities


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>They used explosives and automatic fire against protesters. It is unacceptable.
>This is not a real war
But they are definitely libs for using tactics of protesting and civil disobedience, instead of an insurgency, when they have guns pointed at them and are pointing guns back. "Dude, are we an insurgency?" This is the sort of lack of situational awareness that only libs can achieve.


It would be a pity if someone made a 700 replies thread in which gets outlined time and again why these people are libs, you could check it anon is still on the catalog.



One of the ethnic militias rumoured to back the neoliberals is disavowing the protests.
Not a good look for the lib faction.


Also while the killings continue it seems the real game is to gain the favors of the ethnic militias. The strategy of the military seems to be focused on gaining the favors of some of these militias thereby creating cracks in the anti coup front.


Sounds like they're plotting to declare independence.


Anonymous has come to Myanmar


The junta has no base of support, their regime won't survive long.


If Russia pulls an intervention they will endure, at least partially.


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Per Reuters correspondent:
@DrSasa22222 in a presser questions why U.K and U.S have not recognized civilian government of #Myanmar & rejected the junta that seized power, when they recognized Juan Guaido in Venezuela. "…. if the free and democratic world rejects us that means they reject democracy".


When me or other anons kept saying there was no good side in Myanmar we were referring to this shit. Hoping both sides get crushed by some mystical force.


If they were Shia jihadists or Russian invading neighboring countries I would support them but a liberal revolution… No thank you.


Not for long



The neoliberals finally proclaimed an alternative government.
Civil war is 100% on now.

Here's to both sides suffering immense losses.


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Myanmar Military Suffers Heavy Casualties in Attacks by Ethnic Armed Group in Kachin State
>The Myanmar military has reportedly suffered heavy casualties following attacks launched by the ethnic armed group the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) on a military base and convoy in Kachin State on Thursday.
>On the morning of April 15 the KIA attacked a Tatmadaw (Myanmar military) base in the area of Nam Byu in Tanai Township. The base had been captured by the Tatmadaw from the KIA in 2018. Immediately after the attack, two military fighter jets launched airstrikes in the area.
>A resident said, “There was heavy fighting in the area from 6 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. We saw the dead bodies of Myanmar soldiers being taken away by the Tatmadaw after the attack”.
>“We were not able to count [dead bodies] because there were many soldiers guarding the area,” he added.
>The military-controlled MRTV said that at least 100 KIA soldiers had launched an attack on the Nam Byu base at 6 am, and claimed that the Tatmadaw suffered no casualties.
>KIA information officer Colonel. Naw Bu refused to give casualty details as he was unable to reach the area.
>However, a KIA officer on the ground told The Irrawaddy that “We could not retake our base yesterday. We had to retreat because of the airstrikes. But I am sure that they lost many soldiers [during the attack]”.
>At around 4am on Thursday the KIA also attacked a Tatmadaw convoy in Bhamo Township. The convoy was on its way to reinforce troops attempting to retake a strategically-located KIA base in Alaw Bum near the border with China.
>The KIA said that that it used mines against 16 military trucks near Sihub village. One truck went up in flames and the Tatmadaw took casualties during the attack, according to the KIA.
>KIA soldiers captured the Alaw Bum base on March 25. Since April 10, there has been heavy fighting between the Tatmadaw and the KIA as the regime’s forces have attempted to retake the base. The Tatmadaw has lost at least 100 soldiers during the fighting, including a battalion commander, despite using airstrikes on the KIA forces.
>“There was no fighting this morning. But the Tatmadaw keep reinforcing their troops, so there will be heavy fighting in the coming days,” a KIA officer said.
>On Friday morning nearly 300 people from Myothit, Konlaw and Num Laung villages fled their homes for a Kachin Baptist Convention centre in Momauk Township, after the Tatmadaw launched airstrikes and artillery attacks near the villages.
>Clashes were also reported in at least two places in Putao Township. Fighting has intensified across Kachin State and northern Shan State since March 11, following the KIA’s refusal to recognize the military regime.
>The KIA has attacked military and police outposts and has threatened to step up its attacks if the junta continues to shoot peaceful protesters across the country.

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