« on: January 03, 2016, 11:05:08 AM »
A HMONG TRUE HERO, SYMBOL OF FREEDOM AND JUSTICE. Here is his picture for the first time I love this historical personality. He did not live long enough to go through old age, so he died young, beautiful, with so much dreams. If Pachay won the war, there might not be the Vietnam war, and the Hmong would have been more advanced, and there would not be any division in our community. It is a dream. Why Pachay was so courageous compared to other leaders that came after him? In 1918, it was the end of the 1st World War. France was very very powerful with a very advanced military technology, and although this, Pachay Vue decided to fight ...There was no chance he could win ...but he did with all his capacities, and this tells long about his bravery and ideal of freedom and justice against the colonialism. The only possible outcome for him was death by head cutting. I have been wondering for so so many years about this Great Man. From time to time, the Hmong community gave birth to some children who became the leaders of their time, and defined the destiny of their population. Pachay's legacy tells us that we are a Nation --in the noblest sense-- with a strong sense of freedom and social justice. We lost our land in China in the torment of power that seized China in the Antiquity, but never never we have lost our sense as a nation of Hmong. People like Pachay; Touby Lyfoung, Vang Pao dearly loved their people that are the wealth of their nation, and understood the stake of their fate face to colonialism, war, assimilation. We all should be very proud to be Hmong because of our survival skills and visionary leaders like Pachay Vue. My heart aches for this loss.

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« Reply #1 on: January 03, 2016, 11:08:55 AM »
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