The Bunker Group
Well good luck for them if they still want to venture on that path. They will fight Military and Security still solid under Tatmadaw, with small chances of active arms support from International sources or building logistics network and training grounds on/from neighbouring countries.armed resistance is obviously the highest risk strategy, but as I've said Burmese aren't seeking to stop the violence. If they were, they would have stopped protesting and gone home months ago. They're aiming to get the military to give up control and restore it to a civilian government. They've tried peaceful tactics for a long time now, and there's no sign that it's working. Therefore it's perfectly understandable if they take up arms.
At the same time Tatmadaw still can get military supplies from China and Russia.