Re: WHO ARE REALLY THE TRAITORS?
- From: yawgnomdub <yawgnom@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 6 May 2011 06:33:16 -0700 (PDT)
On May 6, 8:11 am, Zab <zab...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
yawg paj nruag yaj aka noogqejqawg aka moobsib,
The real traitor is you. You wanted to know why? Because you betrayed
your country, Laos by siding with the enemy USA for a better
opportunity, better life and the freedom to be gay. Now after you got
your share of the pies, got your house burned, got your insurance
money, went back to the communist to kiss their ass, beg for
forgiveness, bring your ass for them to kick and betray the USA again
so you can go back to rape those under age girls in that poor country.
Soon the communist kgb will come to take away your house close to the
olympic stadium for good cuz it is built with your insurance money.
You are the traitor of your country, your people, your Hmong brothers
and your master the communist laos and your provider the USA.
On May 5, 5:32 pm, Noogqejqawg <noogqejq...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Let's analyze who are really the traitors
Since many of you, SCHers, keep pointing finger at DYD as a Communist
Sympathizer and traitor as the result of that piece of leaked cable
communication by the State Department. However when I read through the
communications, I understand he/she was trying to defuse the
unthinkable missions that the Chao Fa and Neo Hom groups might be
carried out against the people of Lao PDR. He was trying to defuse
possible undesirable and unjust bloodshed for innocent people-
especially the Hmong. He was trying to inform the U.S. government of
possible illegal political activities that some of the U.S. base
political groups, who are U.S. citizens, might have been conspiring to
accomplish which would cause tremendous embarrassment to the U.S.
government if such acts actually happened. He/she had urged the U.S.
government to issue direct warning to the various Hmong community
organizations. But for some reasons, the U.S. government failed to do
that. Is this a report to the Lao Communist government? If so, then
the U.S. government is also part of Lao PDR government.
Back in Long Cheng during the fall of Laos in 1975, Dr. Yang Dao was
busy up and down between Vientiane and Long Cheng trying to appeal to
both sides for not using absolute force against each other. Dr. Yang
Dao was trying very hard to convince GVP not to resist and bomb the
Nam Germ Dam in defense. Finally the general decided to leave the
country. What would be the consequences if our general decided to stay
and fight to our last breath? I have strong doubt whether or not any
of us would be here and enjoy the luxury of American dreams.
Ultimately how the image of the Hmong people would be in the eyes of
With the historical facts we all know so well how we, Hmong, conduct
our affairs. For 35/36 years in the west yet our mentality basically
remains very much the same as we used to be. That is corrupt,
unfaithful and manipulative (dictatorship or totalitarian) on/to our
uninformed and innocent people. Worst of all, with no economic and
political leverages whatsoever, yet, some of us still think day in and
day out about overthrowing the country of Laos. I think these people
must be out of their minds to think and do such things.
Would the Operation Popcorn group not being arrested if he/she did not
inform the U.S. government? I think, absolutely they would still being
screwed up the same way no matter what. In fact, I believe, the
information provided have no effect to what they got themselves into
whatsoever. Instead, I strongly believe that, if the US government
took the informant's recommendations and alert and/or warn the Hmong
community publically it might have defused their thought of such act
and, therefore, avoid their time in jail instead. This was the
government's mistake. Uncle Sam might have acted the way he did in
order to gain some favors from his distant and hesitant lover, who
knows? But I think, to overthrow a foreign government by force, which
the U.S. government has normal diplomatic relation with, by U.S.
citizens is a serious and fatal mistake.
Finally, accusing DYD and some of our people as traitors and,
therefore, are not Hmong, is, therefore, very childish and only
indicates the instability of the accusers' mental states. This kind of
accusations will mislead many innocent and uninformed Hmong people
and, as a result, will cause further instabilities within the Hmong
society. This kind of childish accusations will only harm the social
wellbeing of the Hmong people instead of doing any good in bringing
the Hmong people together, I believe.
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Moobsib thiab noogqejqawg txawm yog peb tus kwv tij Pang Doua Yang
ntag os. Koj txhob muab yawg lub npe hais heev heev tsam yawg rov qab
mus nrog yawg tus niam mos ab tsim nplog nyob tsi tau lawm maj. Luag
ua txhua yam ntawm twb yog lub hom phiaj kom tau niam mos ab xwb nej.
Luag twb tau kiag luag tus npau hmoob tebchaws 3 ntis nram kwj ha lawm
ces cia luag kav luag es yus ho npaj yus lub hom phiaj rau yus maj.
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