Although it’s the high season, we haven’t seen much contact between the fascist army and the EAO groups. These days, because the army has entered the northern part of Shan State, we only hear about the fighting with the Kokang group. It is known that more than fifty soldiers died in those battles. Another notorious group fighting the military, the KIA in Kachin, has remained relatively quiet since the Anantpa village bombing incident. Since the military council is deliberately targeting civilians, are the EAOs considering not to harm their region? In Karen State, while the military council’s propaganda news channels are broadcasting that the military has taken control of the Myawadi Walley Road, the Cobra Front, a core KNU resistance group in the area, is silent. What I hear these days is not very encouraging.