Burma sinks into despair as military crackdowns continue

Burmese (also known as Myanmar) military sources recently received an exclusive interview with the Epoch Times as the expected international support has not arrived and they are facing an ongoing ruthless military crackdown. He said despair was spreading to the Burmese people.

Sources who spoke on condition of anonymity said Burmese people had been waiting for more than a month, but no international aid had arrived. “it can [the] Do Burmese people rely solely on us? He asked.

“So far, we’ve tried everything we can think of, but no one cares if we’re alive or dead in Burma. We’ve done our best to stay alive.” Told.

He revealed that even children were not spared during the military crackdown on protesters.

“A child in the Sagaing region was abused by soldiers on the street. Seven-year-old ShweMi was crying when three Burmese soldiers burned their foreheads and ears with cigarettes. He was like a ball. He was kicked and abandoned by the side of the road, where volunteers found him dead and took him to the hospital for resuscitation, “he said.

Burmese army has a genetic system

According to sources, the Burmese army has a genetic system in which the son inherits his father’s position. The army is organized into battalions based on the clan. Soldiers from the same hometown are assigned to the same battalion.

“The military system is primarily genetic and joining the military is a profession,” he said.

He revealed that Burmese soldiers in Yangon have stolen more than 20,000 motorcycles from protesters and sold them in the second-hand market since the protests began.

“Recently, during a crackdown in Mandalay, five soldiers broke into a cell phone store, broke counters and stole 119 cell phones. They even posted a selfie. This is the whole of Burma. Caused anger. [The] The image of soldiers as heroes who fought bravely on the front lines to protect the country is now being replaced by bandits and thieves, “he said.

Need the public to inject a Chinese vaccine

On March 25, an additional case suspected of being a CCP virus was imported from outside the Kokan Autonomous Region, which borders southern China, according to sources. Checkpoints for the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus have become useless as military forces have been deployed to control them to curb demonstrations.

The Military Commission of the Federal Republic of Burma has announced that Burmese people who wish to be vaccinated must be vaccinated against China.

At the same time, the military commission said that all industries had to resume work and production, and those who did not obey orders were fined between kyat 2 million to kyat 100 million ($ 14,417 to $ 70,889) per day. I issued an order to.

Those who do not pay the fine within 10 days will be severely punished in accordance with government and economic rebellion laws and will be sentenced to up to 40 years in prison.

Aung San Suu Kyi’s court session may be postponed and detention may be extended

Under Burmese law, suspects must be released if they are not charged within two months of being detained. Aung San Suu Kyi’s detention period is about to end, but the Military Commission has already stated that Aung San Suu Kyi’s case is too large and complex to be subject to maximum detention.

According to Aung San Suu Kyi’s lawyer aide, Her appearance date It was postponed until April 1st.

Many casualties, parliamentary delegation outlawed

Since the military coup, there have been ruthless crackdowns on public protests, killing more than 400 people.

So far, more than 4,000 people have been injured and more than 5,000 have been arrested, according to sources.

Burmese National Television, which is under Burmese military control, has declared that the current representative committees of both houses of the Burmese parliament have been outlawed, sources said. In addition, parliamentarians who support the National League for Democracy are being sought for treason.