Re: Fay dang Lor



On Sep 12, 3:13 pm, chaofacandidateforlaopresid...@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
 Faydang Lobliayao (Faiv Ntaj Lauj Npliaj Yob)
Faydang Lobliayao was a politician in Laos who was the son of Kiatong
Lobliayao (Kiabtoom Lauj Npliaj Yob). He felt that the leadership
position of Tasseng (Tojxeem) should be passed from his father to him;
but instead it was passed to Lyfoung and down to Touby Lyfoung. He
petitioned the colonial French government for the position but was
denied. He and his fellow clansmen aided the Japanese in their
occupation of Indochina. As late as 1947, he made contact with the Lao
Issara, most notably Prince Souphanouvong. He became Vice-President of
the Neo Lao Hak Sat, though his power is more ceremonial than real.

Following, World War II, the French colonialists appointed Lyfoung
district head (''chaomuong''), giving Hmong people direct
representation at the national level for the first time.<ref>Gunn,
Geoffrey C. ''Political struggles in Laos, 1930-1954: Vietnamese
communist power and the struggle for national independence.'' Bangkok:
Editions Duang Kamol, 1988: 227.</ref> The move helped to widen the
growing gap between Lyfoung and [[Faydang Lobliayao]], another Hmong
leader who had been promised the earlier ''tasseng'' position by the
French. Lobliayao went on to join the communist/nationalist struggle
against the French rulers (with the Pathet lao) and later the Royal
Lao Government. Lyfoung remained loyal to the RLG and led forces
against the Pathet Lao and North Vietnamese between 1946 and 1954,
helping to force them out of Xiangkhoang province.<ref>Adams, Nina S.
"Patrons, clients, and revolutionaries: the Lao search for
independence, 1945-1954." In ''Laos: war and revolution''. New York,
Harper & Row, 1970: 100-20.</ref>

In the 1950's, Lyfoung's role was critical in shaping the newly
independent [[Kingdom of Laos]] as a nation acknowledging the
diversity of its 63 ethnic minorities while being united as one
country.  Touby Lyfoung was the first Hmong and ethnic minority person
to be honored by the King of Laos, when he was appointed Minister to
the King, with the title of Phagna Touby Lyfoung.  In the 60's and
70's, Lyfoung continued his lifelong fight for the Hmong people's
dignity and freedom in Laos, he took sides with the [[Royal Lao
Government]] to fight the Communists in Laos and led a Hmong anti-
Communist movement against the [[Pathet Lao]].{{Fact|date=April 2007}}

Zong Zoua Her
Zong Zoua Her (alternate spelling Tsong Zua Heu) (RPA: Zoov Zuag Hawj)
is currently the leader of the Hmong Chao Fa movement in Laos.[1]

Bee Moua is also  the  Hmong leader of the Chao Fa movement who
recognized by the Reagan administration. He accompanied Pa Kao Her to
attend the meeting in Juma , Angola. President Pa Kao Her of Cha Fa
and President Jonas Savimbee of Unita were trained in Main land of
China for their militaries movements against the Soviet empire.

Cov hluas kuv saib nej tsum nej niag tswvyim 1975 no tau lawm, muab
cov tswvyim tshiab los siv
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