Who is the culprit to sabotage the peace process?


An analysis of the ethnic armed operations in the deep areas of Myanmar

In the face of the hegemonic dictatorship that has ruled Myanmar for more than half a century, in the face of the armed forces that oppress the various ethnic groups in the country, and in the face of the self-armed and militaristic Myanmar army, the oppressed ethnic groups can only rise up to revolution and stop the war that the head of the Burmese army repeatedly imposes on the people in briar rein. Only by fighting bravely can the oppressed peoples’ rights to survival, equality and development not be ignored by the Great Burmanism.

Since the unilateral regional ceasefire declared by the Myanmar army at the end of December 2018, the Myanmar army took advantage of the illusion of peace in the northern part of Myanmar to quietly ground the pending issues of national reconciliation and peace process. Meanwhile, they mobilized all the elite troops to lay siege to Rakhine army. Fortunately, the Burmese army supported Rakhine’s military and people’s will and seriously underestimated Rakhine’s fighting capacity. The Rakhine war far exceeded the expectation of the Burmese army.

At that time, the head of the Myanmar army thought that it would be enough to spend 4 months to eliminate the young Rakhine army. Unexpectedly, 4 months went by in a flash, if not expected to open the army more brave, soldiers also with the escalation of the war and soaring. The Burmese army had to extend the ceasefire for another two months. After that, the application was extended for another 2 months. During that time, they issued arrest warrants on behalf of the country to four key Rakhine leaders, further disrupting scheduled regular talks. The Burmese army knows that, despite the failure of its lightning strike plan against Rakhine, it can drag down this underfunded young force indefinitely. That is why the Burmese army’s limited ceasefire has become a parody of repeated extensions.

The situation of the allied forces of the three ethnic groups is similar in general. They are all revolutionary armed forces that lack stable and sufficient military expenditure, cannot afford to be prolonged and unfavorable. Since the revolution is to change the world, fundamentally change the status quo, and why accompany the insidious enemy to continue to delay the game.

To sum up, the war of August 15 was a counter-attack and cutting war launched by the cutting bureau established by the army of Burma. Facts have proved that a series of military operations by the coalition forces have, to a certain extent, successfully broken the Myanmar side’s deliberate plot to obstruct the peace process.