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    Post  Maiv Tooj on 7th January 2011, 8:50 pm






    Tsev neeg Huab Tais Nplog nco txog Yawg Hlob Vaj Pov txiaj ntsim tsuj teb chaws Nplog


    XH. Npuagtub wrote:
    Nyob zoo tsoom phooj ywg,

    TXIV NAI PHOO VAJ POV

    YUG LUB 12 HLIS TIM 08 XYOO 1926
    TAU TAS SIM NEEJ RAU HNUB TIM 6 LUB 1 HLIS 2011,
    thaum 4:45pm, NYOB HAUV ZOS FRESNO, CALIFORNIA.
    U S A.




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    Over 100 people crowded into the outpatient care center at Clovis Community Medical Center to grieve the loss of a beloved leader, who some saw as the George Washington of the Hmong.

    "He was a larger-than-life figure for this community," Fresno City Council member Blong Xiong said. "It will take time to mourn this tragic news."

    Gen. Vang, 81, had been admitted to Clovis Community on Dec. 26. He apparently was admitted shortly after making his annual appearance at the Hmong International New Year event at the Fresno Fairgrounds. He had lived in Southern California.

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    Legendary Hmong General Vang Pao surrounded by his interpreter and security personnel during a recent visit to Sacramento. The leader of the CIA's secret Hmong guerrilla army during Vietnam War, the general, addressed local Hmong at the Sacramento Lao Family Community Center, Friday, February 6, 2004.
    Carl Crawford/The Fresno BeeVang Pao, president of the national Lao Family Community, greets Hmong girls in traditional garb at the opening ceremony of Hmong New Year festivities at Kearney Park in Fresno.
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    Read breaking news updates Gen. Vang "was a great man and a true warrior," Waters said. "His two dreams were to get his people out of the jungle and to have his warriors buried at Arlington."

    News of the death spread quickly Thursday evening.

    "The Fresno community is deeply saddened by the loss of Gen. Vang Pao, who was a hero to the Hmong community here in Fresno and all across the country," Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin said in a statement. "Gen. Vang Pao was courageous in times of war and a giant in the advocacy of citizenship within the Hmong-American community in times of peace. He displayed the American flag proudly at every community event he held. He was an American patriot of the highest order."

    Shortly before 8 p.m., the crowd inside the outpatient center parted as Gen. Vang's body was taken out of the hospital. Gen. Vang, dressed in a suit, was rolled on a gurney in view of the crowd to a van to be taken to a Boice Funeral Home in Clovis.

    More than 100 people went to see him at a viewing at the funeral home Thursday night.

    Funeral arrangements are being made with the hopes that he can be buried at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C., family spokesman Chai Vang said.

    Vang Pao is revered by many as a father figure and leader who helped bring and settle the Hmong community into American life.

    But he also has been controversial. Federal authorities in 2007 charged him and 10 others with conspiring to violently overthrow communist Laos. Charges against Gen. Vang were dropped in 2009.

    Yet the arrest galvanized Hmong Americans who saw him as a symbol in the fight for public acknowledgment of the Hmong role in the war, and for liberation of those still living in Laotian jungle.

    The central San Joaquin Valley has one of the largest Hmong populations in the country. Many Hmong -- some of whom fought beside American soldiers during the Vietnam War -- came here after fleeing Laos.

    Conflict paved a path to prominence for Gen. Vang, viewed by some as a king and others as George Washington of the Hmong.

    Born in December 1929 to farmers in a Laotian village, he became a teenage translator for French paratroopers fighting the Japanese in Laos during World War II.

    He was selected to train at a French officers' school in Vietnam and became a commissioned officer in the French army. Laotian leaders made him a general, even though the Hmong were a small ethnic minority in the country.

    In 1961, Gen. Vang was recruited by the Central Intelligence Agency to lead a secret army of Hmong soldiers against Laotian communists and their North Vietnamese counterparts using routes through Laos to supply their troops.

    Read more: http://www.fresnobee.com/2011/01/06/2222803/hmong-leader-vang-pao-dies.html#ixzz1AKcytHKi

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    Fab Kis teb.
    Tim 7 lub 1 hlis 2011.at 8:26 am


    TU KUV SIAB HEEV

    Ua cas xyoo no lub ntiaj teb yuav tsau ntais
    Rau peb tus huab tais
    Xyoo no lub ntuj yuav tsau nti
    Ntiaj teb hmoo yuav tsis muaj tus luag ntxhi

    Hnov mob hauv kuv sia ua luaj li
    Hmoob txoj kev cia siab yuav tsis muaj chaw nti
    Kuv lub siab hnov lawv tej kua muaj iab
    Quaj nplawg ntias Nyob hauv txhua tus lub siab

    Txoj kev hlub ua nws tau muab rau txhua tus
    Zaum no nws yuav tau ncaim tso plhuav ntiaj teb mus
    Nws txoj kev tau ua zoo rau hmoob lub tsev neeg nyob ntiaj teb no
    Thov kom lub ntuj xam txog thiab pom es coj nws mus rau qhov chaw tau zoo hlo

    Zaum no ces ntshe peb hmoob yuav ntsuag nos
    Tsis muaj txiv los coj peb hmoob li txhua tus tos
    Txoj ntshaws ib leej txiv ces yuav tag rau hnub no lawm
    Ntshe peb yuav xav pom nws ib muag los tsis pom nws tawm

    Yuav tsis muaj nws tawm qhov twg los ntxis
    Ntiaj teb hmoob ces ntshe nyob tsuag niam ntsuag txiv
    Zaum no kuv thov lub ntuj foom koob hmoov rau nws tsev neeg thiab
    Kom txhua yam los lub ntuj pab lawv daws lawv txoj kev ntxhob siab

    Kuv tu siab kawg tsis paub ua li cas li
    Rau kuv los lub ntiaj teb nyob tsaus nti
    Kua muag ntws si laim
    Vim ntiaj tev hmoob tus huab tais tau tso peb nws tau ncaim Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad




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    Post  Maiv Tooj on 7th January 2011, 8:57 pm


    Hmoob tus Vaj dua nra

    Peb Hmoob muaj lub ntuj hlub
    Ntau tiam yawm saub tso ib tug
    Peb Hmoob muaj lub ntuj pov
    Ntau txheej yawm saub tso ib tug los coj

    Thaum ntuj tsim teb raug
    Tswv Ntuj tsim muaj Hmoob thaum lub hauv paus
    Thaum ntuj tshwm teb xeeb
    Yawm saub tsim tau Hmoob nrog luag ua neeg

    Hmoob xeeb tau nrog luag
    Tsim teb rhawv chaw nyob tsheeg cuab
    Hmoob tsim muaj nom muaj tsw
    Tsim muaj Huab Tais Txiv Yawg ua vaj ntxwv

    Tswj teb kav chaw ntswg liaj ntswg iav
    Tsim muaj qoob loo cog tau nplej pob kws siav
    Tswj teb kav chaw ciam dej ciam av
    Tsim muaj kab hlau ua twj thaiv laj kab

    Suav tuam tshoj muab tsis yeej ntau tsis tau
    Thiaj koom ntau teb chaws tuaj ntaus
    Hmoob thiaj tawg ua sab ua sua
    Huab Tais Txiv Yawg txais kev puas tsuaj
    Ua rau Peb Hmoob quaj ntsuag
    Rov tos dua tus vaj nqes los dua

    Ntau txheej ntau tiam dhau mus
    Yawm saub rov hlub Hmoob ib ntus
    Tso tus vaj tshiab los cawm Hmoob
    Tseev tsom Hmoob lub koob
    Coj Peb Hmoob lub neej nce ib theem
    Mus rau ntiaj teb kev vam meej
    Yam tsis muaj tus tau ua los
    Yog Peb Yawg Hlob Vaj Pov
    Tus Yawm saub muab koob hmoov
    Thiaj muaj lub hwj chim coj Peb Hmoob
    Mus nce tus ntaiv ntuj
    Muaj koob nto npe tsim nuj
    Muaj vaj huam sib luag nrog ntiaj teb neeg
    Muaj koob npe nrog lub sim ceeb

    Kuv me nyuam neeg thov nqa tes ua koj tsaug mog
    Kuv leej niam leej txiv, huab tais vaj ntxwv, yawg hlob Vaj Pov
    Thov koj mus zoo,...Tej koob Hmoov koj tau muab rau me nyuam Hmoob pem roob....Tswv Ntuj yuav muab txhiab puas zaus tshaj rau koj. Kuv tseem nco txog koj lub txiaj ntsim uas tau muab rau peb txhua leej, thaum kuv nrog koj cov me nyuam ua si nyob tim Looj ceeb. Tswb, Maiv Kaus, Maiv Ko yog tus hlob...Kuv pom koj ua lub Collège Lao Houam Phao nram Vees Cam, uas kuv cov phooj ywg tshau tsis tau mus txheej siab tau tuaj kawm kom muaj fij xws li luag...Kuv pom koj tseev tsa muaj cov Nais Khu Pab Xab Npas, muab koj nyiaj qab nas, peev qab hub los txhawm kom koj Haiv Hmoob TXAWJ. Kuv pom koj tseev tsim tau ib cov nais mom, kho mob saib kev noj qab haus huv rau txhua lub zos Hmoob. Kom Hais Hmoob muaj kev noj qab nyob zoo. Tej nyiaj txiag luag xa tuaj ua tsov ua rog, seem me me koj coj los txhawb koj Haiv Hmoob kom zoo thiaj vam meej yam coob tus twb xav tsis txog.

    Yawg Hlob Vaj Pov, Tswv Ntuj tso koj los txhawb Peb Hmoob zaum no, koj yeej ua tau raws lis Peb Hmoob txoj kev thov Tswv Ntuj, Yawm Saub tau ntau txheej ntau tiam los. KOJ mus lawm, koj lub koob npe yuav nyob tsis muaj caij kawg hauv Peb Hmoob lub siab mog.
    Koj mus lawm los koj nco ntsoov tig rov los saib koj haiv neeg mog.
    Thov koj tsom kwm kom Peb Hmoob txawj sib hlub thiab txawj tuav rawv koj lub koob.
    Yam nyob hauv kuv lub siab, kuv hais tsis tau tawm, vim tsis muaj ib los lus yuav hais tau, cia kuv tsa tes ua koj tsaug xwb mog.


    Yawg Hlob, kuv hais zaj paj huam tsis tag, koj paub hais tias yog li cas.
    Yawg Hlob, kuv hais zaj paj huam tsis tiav, txhais tias Hmoob tseem tos koj rov los HLUB dua Peb Hmoob rov lwm tiam...


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    Vang Pao Death Comfirmed, T_T





    Suab Hmong Breaking News: General Vang Pao passed away on January 6, 2011





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    Post  Maiv Tooj on 8th January 2011, 4:11 am



    Yawg Hlob VP lub ntees yuav ua nyob rau Fresno Fair Ground,
    uas thiaj yuav ntim tau li ntawm 30,000 tawm leej neeg tuaj koom tau.
    Thiaj nws lub cev yuav tsum yog coj mus tso rau tim Washington DC.
    Arlington National Cemetery.





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    Hmong Poem about General Vang Pao





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    Post  Maiv Tooj on 8th January 2011, 5:43 am



    Yawg Hlob Vaj Pov taig kis sawv ntxov


    Kaj ntuj tagkis ntxov no
    Txawv txhua txhia tagkis
    Sawv tseem los cas tsev nyob nqha nrig
    Ncig txog hoob twg los khoob lug
    Mob kuv lub siab kub lug
    Cuag neeg rho nrig ntau
    Kuv lub siab txhob ntsuj ntsuav
    Nthos dab tsi los poob nthawv nthav
    Ua dab tsi tsis tsheej li
    Tsis quaj los lub kua muag poob
    Mob lub siab tej rhe
    Cas rub tsis tau sijhawm rov qab
    Lub sijhawm nim dhau lawm zuj zus
    Yuav tuav tsis tau peb Txiv Hmoob Vaj Pov nrog peb nyob kom ntev ntev mus
    Cas lub sijhawm tsis txawj nre
    Lub sijhawm nim txav mus lawm deb zuj zus
    Thiaj tuav tsis tau peb Hmoob Txiv Vaj Pov nrog peb nyob mus ib txhis
    Hnub no nws lub cev tau ncaim peb lawm tiag
    Zaum no yuav tsis muaj tus tiv thaiv peb Hmoob
    Peb Hmoob nyias yuav tau ua nyias niam nyias txiv
    Es lwm Hiav Neeg puas yuav saib taus peb Hmoob
    Peb Hmoob sawv daws yuav tau xyaum coj kom zoo
    Khaws peb Txiv Vaj Hmoob cov lus qhuab qhia, lus ntuas cia
    Coj mus xyaum ua neeg zoo neeg siab loj siab dav li nws
    Seb ib hnub tom ntev no peb puas yuav rov muaj dua ib tug Txiv Vaj Hmoob dua

    Ua tsaug ntau ntau rau peb Txiv Vaj Hmoob
    Ua Vajtswv Yawm Saub tso koj los pab peb Haiv Hmoob
    Thov kom koj mus zoo mus dawb huv
    Koj lub koob lub npe yuav nrog peb Hmoob nyob mus ntev ntev tsis tag tsis kawg

    Zaum no tsuav koj daim duab ua dag muag
    Yuav khaw cia tseg qhia tej xeeb leej xeeb ntxwv

    By: Ntxhais Hmoob Yaj




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    HBC News - General Vang Pao Dies






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    Post  Maiv Tooj on 8th January 2011, 6:44 am


    Yawg Hlob Vaj pov mus zoo koj

    Tu siab heev rau lub moo ploj
    Tu siab tag nrho rau Yawg Hlob Vaj Pov
    Ncaim peb zaum no ntshe yuav tsis muaj hnub rov

    Ua koj tsaug mog Peb Leej txiv
    Koj mus kaj nrig txhob ntxhov siab
    Yam koj tsim cia peb yuav tswj kom zoo
    Tsi pub poob koj lub npe
    Peb nqa tes ua koj tsaug mog
    Peb Txiv Vaj Pov tub Ntuj zoo
    Tau npo Hmoob ntawm kev txom nyem
    Rub Hmoob tes rau kev huaj vam
    Koj txiaj ntsha yuav nyob mus li
    Koj txiaj ntsim yuav nyob tsis kawg...
    Nawb Yawg Hlob Vaj Pov...
    Koj yog tus Niam Txiv Vaj Hmoob uas Hmoob tos tau ntau tiam los lawm mog...






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    Post  Maiv Tooj on 8th January 2011, 4:12 pm


    Hmong leader General Vang Pao has died Video






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    Post  Maiv Tooj on 8th January 2011, 4:39 pm

    Leej Txiv Zoo Vaj Hmoob



    Thov koj mus zoo mog.
    Thov koj tig ua lub kaus roos,
    koj hais neeg kom nyob nto moo.
    Kom koj haiv neeg nyob huaj vam
    cuag xub ntab coob cuag xub muv.
    Peb haiv Hmoob tej xeeb leej xeeb ntxwv
    yuav tuav koj lub koob lub npe mus ib txhim.
    Thov koj mus zoo tus ntsuj plig nyob thaj yeeb mog

    sau: Cheeb Xyooj.
    USA




















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    Tub Suav Muas - 01 Txiv Lo Lus Kub





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    Post  Maiv Paj Lug on 8th January 2011, 7:26 pm

    Maiv Tooj, yog vim li cas yawg hlob G.VP ho tau tag sim neej lawm? nws muaj mob los yog laus heev es thiaj ncaim ntiaj teb lawm?

    Txawm li cas los zoo siab koj tuaj tso cov xov xwm ntawm no mog. Zaum no ces Hmoob tus Heros yuav ploj ntais hauv ntiaj teb no lawm tiag lauj, yuav tsis muaj leej twg los ua tau Hmoob tus Huab Tais lawm. Vim tias Hmoob mus nyob thoov qab ntuj, txawm lub teb chaws twg tsa tau ib tug Huab Tais Hmoob los yuav tsis muaj feem npaum G.VP . Peb nyob lub teb chaws twg ces peb hwm tus nom ntawm lub teb chaws peb nyob laww xwb, yuav tsis muaj ib tug huab tais Hmoob nyob lwm sab ntuj rau ntiaj teb tib neeg Hmoob hawm tau li Yawg Hlob G.VP lawm.

    Zaum no Yawg Hlob Vaj Pov dim plaws txoj kev ntxhov siab, txoj kev luag nrhiav txim rau nws tsis tseg nyob USA. Yawg Hlob VP lub txim luag liam rau nws tu nrho hnub no mus. Nws yog peb ib leej txiv uas peb niam peb txiv tus phab ej Hmoob, nws tau txais Tswv Ntuj lub peev xwm los coj cob qhia peb tsoom Hmoob kom haum nrog lwm haiv neeg. G. Vaj Pov lub neej thiab keeb kwm yuav nyob ib txwm ua dab neeg hauv keeb kwm Hmoob.

    Ua neeg nyob, txawm yog nom yog tswv los yeej khiav tsis dim txoj kev tuag. Huab Tais Yesxus kiag, thaum yug los ntiaj teb, twb tau taug txoj kev tuag tib yam. Tiam sis yog peb ntseeg Huab Tais Yesxus lawm, peb yuav ciaj rov los muaj ntuj txoj sia, vim Yesxus ua ntej peb lawv qab. Li no peb tso siab tias leej tib neeg yuav sawv rov los muaj ntuj txoj sia.

    Peb tu siab hnub no Yawg Hlob Vaj Pov tau ncaim peb lawm, tiam sis peb yuav tau ua siab loj tias txawm yog Yawg Hlob VP thiab peb los yeej yuav tau taug txoj kev no. Thov kom Yawg Hlob VP tsev neeg tau txais txoj kev pab ,keb nplij siab,thiab kev hlub ntawm txhua tus Hmoob rau lub caij tsaus ntuj ntawm Hmoob tus Vaj.

    Yawm Hlob Vaj Pov, nws txawj tos xyoo laus tas xyoo tshiab tawm tuaj nws mam tso ntiaj teb tseg, yeej yog nws lub caij dua nras, nws thiaj tau mus kaj siab lug zaum no rau lub xyoo tshiab 2011.






    FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — Vang Pao fought the Japanese as a teenager. He later led Hmong guerrillas in their CIA-backed battle against communists during the Vietnam War. More recently he was a father figure to Hmong refugees who fled Laos for the United States.

    After immigrating to America once the communists seized power in Laos in 1975, Vang Pao was venerated as a leader by his transplanted countrymen who settled mainly in California’s Central Valley, Minneapolis and cities in Wisconsin.

    Xang Vang, the general’s chief translator who fought by his side, said Vang Pao died Thursday night following a battle with pneumonia, which he caught while traveling in central California to preside over two Hmong New Year celebrations.

    “I touched his hand, I called his name on his ear, and he opened his eyes briefly,” Xang Vang said. “He had been getting better for the last few days, but last night he was getting worse and now he has left us.”

    The general had been hospitalized for about 10 days, Clovis Community Medical Center Michelle Von Tersch spokeswoman said.

    Xiong was at the hospital with a growing crowd of mourners. He said he spoke briefly with family members, who were planning a memorial service, but had no details on what caused Vang Pao’s death.

    During World War II, Vang Pao fought to prevent the Japanese from seizing control of Laos.

    In the 1950s, he joined the French in the war against the North Vietnamese who were dominating Laos and later, as a general in the Royal Army of Laos, worked with the CIA to wage a covert war there.

    Former CIA Chief William Colby once called Pao “the biggest hero of the Vietnam War,” for the 15 years he spent heading a CIA-sponsored guerrilla army fighting against a communist takeover of the Southeast Asian peninsula.

    After his guerrillas ultimately lost to communist forces, Vang Pao came to the U.S., where he was credited with brokering the resettlement of tens of thousands of Hmong, an ethnic minority from the hillsides of Laos.

    “He’s the last of his kind, the last of the leadership that carries that reference that everyone holds dear,” said Blong Xiong, a Fresno city councilman and the first Hmong-American in California to win a city council seat. “Whether they’re young or old, they hear his name, there’s the respect that goes with it.”

    Regarded by Hmong immigrants as an exiled head of state, Vang Pao made frequent appearances at Hmong cultural and religious festivals and often was asked to mediate disputes or solve problems.

    In 2007, however, he was arrested and charged with other Hmong leaders in federal court with conspiracy in a plot to kill communist officials in his native country. Federal prosecutors alleged the Lao liberation movement known as Neo Hom raised millions of dollars to recruit a mercenary force and conspired to obtain weapons.

    Even after his indictment, he appeared as the guest of honor at Hmong New Year celebrations in St. Paul and Fresno, where crowds of his supporters gathered to catch a glimpse of the highly decorated general as he arrived in a limousine.

    The charges against Vang Pao were dropped in 2009, “after investigators completed the time-consuming process of translating more than 30,000 pages of pages of documents,” then-U.S. Attorney Lawrence G. Brown said in a written statement. The government arrested the defendants before understanding all the evidence because they felt a threat was imminent, he said.

    In November, a federal judge in Sacramento threw out parts of the case against 12 other defendants. They include retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Youa True Vang and 11 members of California’s Hmong community, many of whom fought for the U.S. during the Vietnam War. All 12 have pleaded not guilty since their arrests in 2007.

    “Vang Pao was a great man and a true American hero. He served his country for many years in his homeland, and he continued to serve it in America,” said attorney William Portanova, who represents one of the remaining Hmong defendants. “To think that these elderly men would be in a position to try to overthrow a country is, on its face, almost laughable.”

    Lauren Horwood, a spokeswoman for the U.S. attorney’s office in Sacramento, said she had no immediate comment.

    Vang Pao had been a source of controversy for several years before the case was filed.

    In 2002, the city of Madison, Wis., dropped a plan to name a park in his honor after a University of Wisconsin-Madison professor cited published sources alleging that Vang Pao had ordered executions of his own followers, of enemy prisoners of war and of his political enemies.

    Five years later, the Madison school board removed his name from a new elementary school named for him, after dissenters said it should not bear the name of a figure with such a violent history.

    But such criticism meant little to Hmong families who looked to Vang Pao for guidance as they struggled to set up farms and businesses in the U.S. and assume a new, American identity. The general formed several nonprofits to aid the refugee communities and set up a council to mediate disputes between the 18 Hmong clans, whose president he hand-picked for decades.

    “He’s always been kind of the glue that held everyone together,” said Lar Yang of Fresno, who featured an interview with Vang Pao last month in the Hmong business directory he publishes annually.

    “He’s the one that always resolved everything ... I don’t think it can be filled by one person at this point. There will probably be a search for identity. There will be a lot of chaos for a little while, until things get settled.”


    FRESNO, Californie (AP) - Vang Pao combattu les Japonais comme un adolescent. Il a ensuite dirigé la guérilla Hmong dans leur combat soutenu par la CIA contre les communistes pendant la guerre du Vietnam. Plus récemment, il était une figure de père pour les réfugiés Hmong qui ont fui le Laos pour les États-Unis.

    Après avoir immigré aux Etats-Unis une fois que les communistes ont pris le pouvoir au Laos en 1975, Vang Pao a été vénéré comme un leader par ses compatriotes transplantés qui se sont installés principalement dans la vallée centrale de Californie, Minneapolis et les villes dans le Wisconsin.

    Xang Vang, traducteur en chef du général qui a combattu à ses côtés, a déclaré Vang Pao est décédé jeudi soir après une bataille avec la pneumonie, qui il a attrapé lors d'un voyage en Californie centrale à présider les célébrations du Nouvel An Hmong deux.

    "J'ai touché sa main, j'ai appelé son nom sur son oreille, et il ouvrit les yeux brièvement," a déclaré Xang Vang. "Il avait été de mieux en mieux pour les derniers jours, mais hier soir, il ne faisait qu'empirer et maintenant il nous a laissé."

    Le général avait été hospitalisé pendant 10 jours, Clovis Community Medical Center Michelle Von Tersch porte-parole.

    Xiong était à l'hôpital avec une foule de plus en plus de personnes en deuil. Il a dit qu'il a parlé brièvement avec les membres de la famille, qui avaient l'intention d'un service commémoratif, mais n'avait pas de détails sur ce qui a causé la mort Vang Pao.

    Au cours de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, Vang Pao se sont battus pour empêcher les Japonais de prendre le contrôle du Laos.

    Dans les années 1950, il rejoint les Français dans la guerre contre les Nord-Vietnamiens qui ont été dominant au Laos et au plus tard, comme un général dans l'armée royale du Laos, a travaillé avec la CIA pour mener une guerre secrète il.

    Ancien chef de la CIA William Colby fois appelé Pao "le plus grand héros de la guerre du Vietnam," pour les 15 années qu'il a passées la tête d'une armée de guérilla financé par la CIA lutter contre une prise de pouvoir communiste de la péninsule du Sud-Est asiatique.

    Après sa guérilla a finalement perdu aux forces communistes, Vang Pao est venu aux États-Unis, où il a été crédité de courtage de la réinstallation des dizaines de milliers de Hmong, une minorité ethnique des coteaux du Laos.

    "Il est le dernier de son espèce, le dernier de la direction qui porte que la mention que tout le monde est cher», a déclaré Blong Xiong, un conseiller municipal Fresno et le premier américano-hmongs en Californie pour remporter un siège au conseil municipal. "Que vous soyez jeune ou vieux, ils entendent son nom, il ya le respect qui va avec."

    Considéré par les immigrants Hmong comme un chef en exil de l'Etat, Vang Pao fait de fréquentes apparitions dans les festivals Hmong culturelles et religieuses et, souvent, on a demandé à la médiation des différends ou de résoudre des problèmes.

    En 2007, cependant, il a été arrêté et accusé les dirigeants d'autres Hmongs devant un tribunal fédéral de complot dans un complot visant à tuer des fonctionnaires communistes dans son pays natal. Les procureurs fédéraux présumés du mouvement de libération Lao connu sous le nom Neo Hom recueilli des millions de dollars pour recruter une force mercenaire et conspiré pour se procurer des armes.

    Même après son inculpation, il est apparu comme l'invité d'honneur lors des célébrations du Nouvel An Hmong à Saint-Paul et de Fresno, où la foule de ses partisans se sont rassemblés pour attraper un aperçu de la très décoré générale comme il est arrivé dans une limousine.

    Les accusations portées contre Vang Pao ont été abandonnées en 2009, "après que les enquêteurs achevé le processus de temps de traduire plus de 30.000 pages de pages de documents», puis les États-Unis Procureur Lawrence G. Brown a dit dans une déclaration écrite. Le gouvernement a arrêté les accusés avant de comprendre tous les éléments de preuve parce qu'ils se sentaient une menace était imminente, at-il dit.

    En Novembre, un juge fédéral à Sacramento jeté des pièces de l'affaire contre 12 autres accusés. Ils comprennent la retraite de l'armée américaine le lieutenant-colonel youa True Vang et 11 membres de la communauté Hmong en Californie, dont beaucoup se sont battus pour les États-Unis pendant la guerre du Vietnam. Tous les 12 ont plaidé non coupable depuis leur arrestation en 2007.

    "Vang Pao a été un grand homme et un vrai héros américain. Il a servi son pays pendant de nombreuses années dans sa patrie, et il a continué à le servir en Amérique ", a déclaré le procureur William Portanova, qui représente l'un des accusés restants Hmong. «Dire que ces hommes âgés seraient dans une position pour tenter de renverser un pays est, sur sa face, presque risible."

    Lauren Horwood, une porte-parole pour le bureau du procureur des États-Unis à Sacramento, a déclaré qu'elle n'avait aucun commentaire immédiat.

    Vang Pao a été une source de controverse pendant plusieurs années avant que l'affaire a été déposée.

    En 2002, la ville de Madison, au Wisconsin, a chuté d'un plan au nom d'un parc en son honneur après une Université du Wisconsin-Madison professeur cite des sources publiées, alléguant que Vang Pao avait ordonné les exécutions de ses propres partisans, des prisonniers de guerre ennemis et de ses ennemis politiques.

    Cinq ans plus tard, la commission scolaire Madison a retiré son nom d'une nouvelle école primaire porte son nom, après dissidents dit qu'il ne devrait pas porter le nom d'un personnage avec une histoire violente.

    Mais ces critiques ont été peu significatifs pour les familles Hmong qui se tournent vers Vang Pao d'orientation qui doivent lutter pour mettre en place des fermes et des entreprises aux États-Unis et d'assumer une nouvelle identité américaine. Le général sans but lucratif formé de plusieurs à l'aide des communautés de réfugiés et de mettre en place un conseil de médiation pour les conflits entre les clans Hmong 18, dont le président, il cueillies à la main depuis des décennies.

    "Il a toujours eu la gentillesse de la colle qui a tenu tout le monde ensemble», a déclaré Yang Lar de Fresno, qui présentait une entrevue avec Vang Pao le mois dernier dans l'annuaire des entreprises Hmong, il publie chaque année.

    "Il est celui qui a toujours tout résolu ... Je ne pense pas qu'il peut être rempli par une personne à ce point. Il y aura probablement une quête d'identité. Il y aura beaucoup de chaos pour un petit moment, jusqu'à ce que les choses s'installer. "




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    Re: Vaj Pov Hmoob tus Vaj

    Post  Maiv Tooj on 8th January 2011, 9:08 pm





    Me kooj os me kooj,

    Muaj tseeb tiag lawm mog zaum no ces peb rov ua ntsuag dua lawm thiab. Naghmo thaum kuv hnov kiag li ua rau kuv ib ce tuag tag thiab quaj quaj pw tsis tsaugzog li os. Tos ho muaj tej xwm no tsis zoo tshwmsim rau txiv Hlob los twb vim xyoo no Hmoob 18 Xeem nyob California los sib txeeb lub tsiab 30 hauv Fresno hais tsis haum ces tawg ua 2 lub lawm nws hais lawv tsis kam yuav yog li nws tuaj koom lub hauv qub uas Hmoob ib txwm ua thiab nws quaj quaj ces ciali mob kiag tom tshav pob lawm thiaj li tau tag simneej. Vim Hmoob txoj kev siab phem ces zaum no Hmoob yuav paub txoj kev txomnyem lau. Naghmo lub xovtooj cua hais lus uas kuv qhia rau nej ntawd Hmoob tuaj tham muaj txog 800 tawm leej tus twg los quaj tag. Tham li xwb kuv yuav tau mus lawm.



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    Yuav tsis muaj neeg los coj tau Hmoob li GVP lawm.
    Nws muaj nyiaj, muaj zog, laj lim tswv yim, ntse, nquag, hlub Hmoob
    thiaj li muaj lub peev xwm los coj tau Hmoob. Nws tsis yog hlub Hmoob
    Vaj Pov li ib txhia cov siab nqaim nqaim xav xwb tabsis nws hlub Hmoob
    thoob qab ntuj.

    Leej twg thiaj li yuav muaj txhua yam li nws muaj los coj Hmoob thiab hlub Hmoob?
    Tsuas yog 1/100 lawm xwb os qhov yuav muaj tus los ua li.
    Cov neeg niaj hnub cem GVP nas, txog lub sij hawm nej sawv los tuav nej lub luag hauj lwm
    hlub thiab pab Hmoob lawm. Yog tsis muaj tus sawv los ces nej yog cov niag neeg txom fav xwb os.




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    Re: Vaj Pov Hmoob tus Vaj

    Post  Maiv Tooj on 8th January 2011, 11:34 pm

    Leej Nom Tswv Los Tsuas cov lus nco Niam Txiv Vaj Hmoob lub txiaj ntsim







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