Hmong Refugees in Lao Secret Camps need United States Government and United Nations to investigate immediately
On January 14, 2010, the Hmong community leaders from Wisconsin, Illinois and Minnesota sponsored by World Hmong Congress and representatives of Meo People's Parliament of Laos, held an emergency Conference from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM regarding the urgent Breaking news "The AGE", Australia found Laos secret Camps Straining Hmong Refugees "written by Ben Doherty January 13, 2010.
(Media-Newswire.com) - Background: To wipe out the Hmong ChaoFa Indigenous Nation, and take over “ Moung Meo, Hmong Autonomy” called Xaisomboun Special Zone or khetphiset by Lao authorities, ( which Hmong regained from the France, for rescuing many French officials from the brutal treatment of the Japanese troops, for using as cattle before the U.S. bombed Nagasaki and Hiroshima, Japan 1945 ) the Pathet Lao Party , Secretary General Kaysone Phouvihane and Lt. General Dao Trung Lich, and Chief of Staff of the Vietnamese government false accused that 200 Americans, 100 French officials and some Thai troops assisted the Hmong ChaoFa Government head quarter at Mt. Phoubia; for this reason Kaysone went to Hanoi, Vietnam and signed a twenty five years Lao-Vietnam friendship Cooperation Treaty with Vietnam Prime Minister Phan Vangdong and requested 65,000 Vietnamese mercenaries to suppress the Hmong ChaoFa head quarter Mt. Phoubia, under the commands of Lao Lt. General Choummaly Sayasone, General BounChan ( Khmu ethnic ) and Vietnam’s Chief of Staff and Lt. General Dao Trung Lich. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- On January 14, 2010, the Hmong community leaders from Wisconsin, Illinois and Minnesota sponsored by World Hmong Congress and representatives of Meo People’s Parliament of Laos, held an emergency Conference from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM regarding the urgent Breaking news “The AGE”, Australia found Laos secret Camps Straining Hmong Refugees “written by Ben Doherty January 13, 2010. “The Age this week reached the main entrance of a camp where some of the Hmong Refugees are being held. As soon as we arrived, our cars surrounded by soldiers who demanded to know who we were and why we were there. According to the report, this is a secret detention Camp, in Paksan, Boriklamxai Province with Lao Army surrounded. The AGE agents, seeing hundreds of the poor Hmong Indigenous Refugees mostly women and children stood bare foot in dirt, behind razor wire. Our cameras, videos and passports were taken and examined for any images of the camp. After being photographed, we were forced back into the car and we would not leave it.” “You cannot be here,” we were told. “No one from outside is allowed here.” Additional source reported that there were 15 people ( one American from the U.S., the rest were Hmong in Laos, from km10 ( Lad kaum, av liab or red land, not far from Capital Vientiane ) were arrested on the 24th of December 2009, due to the alarming of Hmong Refugee deported from Thailand, they were very concerned and went to look for their family members. They were arrested and jailed for one day and one night in Vientiane, before they were released, some land was used as a collateral to be bail out and signed agreements not to tell anyone. All the pictures they took from the secret Camps in Paksan were all destroyed by the dictator Lao authorities. “The only solution to stop the flooding Hmong Refugees to Thailand we shall bring the Lao dictator Leaders Choummaly Sayasone and his regime to face their crimes. We condemned Choummaly Sayasone for utter neglected to assist our Hmong ChaoFa Indigenous brothers and sisters, this is a monstrous crime, ” stated Mr. Hue Yang , a victim family who his father was killed and a nephew was pounding to death in the rice mortar, in the city of Moung Mao, Bolikhamxai province. Mrs.Vang, a former Lt. Colonel’s wife, ( Mpls, Minnesota ) testified on January 14, 2010 to the Conference that her former soldiers, Mr. Her, called two days after they arrived in the Lao secret Camp, Paksan, Laos said that he and his two colleagues were utter neglected by the Lao authorities, for treatment due to the three were brutally beaten with sticks by mask Thai authorizes, believed broken arm. Due to their involved with arms conflict in the jungle of Laos, Boung Long since 1975- 2005. “We are like dead snakes” said the victim, called to her former leader’s wife Minneapolis, MN. The victims’ wives and children were among the 156 massacre in 1985 in the cave of former Colonel Moua Cher Pao, in Bouam Loung, Lima Site 32, in 1985, perpetrated by Vietnamese mercenaries under the command of Lt. General Dao Trung Lich, whom his Aircraft Russian made was shoot down by Hmong ChaoFa army in Phouphaxai, while on mission to locate Hmong Indigenous villages for further attack. Records proved that many Hmong returned to Laos including Mr. Vue Mai, the former Chairman of former Banvina Refugee Camp, in 1993 was sponsored by the United Nations, Thailand and the U.S. State Dept, was disappeared. Mr. Chong Moua Thao, leader from Refugee Chiang Kham, Thailand was poisoned to death by Lao secret “group 21”. Mr. Yang, Kou, a leader of the Hmong Refugees whom the Lao authorities promised for providing lands, was death threaten, he was assisted by the U.S. Ambassador and asylum to the U.S. Hmong Refugees returned to Laos, ID was marked on the left top corner, different then other Lao people. Mrs. Xiong Lee in St. Paul, showing photos of his son Bee Xiong and family members while they were in the Rain Forest. “I was very concerned for the safety of my son, when I heard he talked on the phone yesterday Jan. 13, 2010 that they are no more than chickens in the cage”. He original belong to the group of 26 Hmong massacre on 6 April 2006 ( 17 children, 9 adults ) and five wounded ( Amnesty International reported ). The Lao authorities want to send 60 of our Hmong families here to a new village near the forest; and we will be with some 60 Khmu families, that’s all I can say. “We condemned the Lao dictator leader President Choummaly and his regime for deny the UN to get access to assist those Hmong Indigenous Refugees both in Paksan and in the Rain Forest Moung Meo, Hmong Autonomous Regions Xaisomboun Special Zone, Xieng Khoung Province” continuing stated Hubert Shouayeng, Chairman and President of World Hmong Congress. The Congress and Hmong community leaders resolved and unanimously adopted the following urgent resolution: 1. Urgent appeal to the U.S. government to further investigate the Hmong Refugees in Paksan, especially those in the Secret Camps found by Australia the Age, and other areas including the Hmong Chaofa Indigenous in the Moung Meo, Rain Forest ,visited by Aljazeera News February 2008 and BBC Journalist 2002; 2. Appeal to the UN Secretary General Ban-Ki Moon to send a fact finding commission to investigate the Hmong indigenous Refugees both in Paksan and in the Rain Forest, Moung Meo Xaisomboun Special Zone and provide Humanitarian aids to them immediately; in 2003, UN CERD reported as only 30,000 survived on roots and leaves; It’s a crime for utter neglected to assist the suffering of Hmong ChaoFa Indigenous, due to their Race and Shongluism Indigenous Religion; 3. Condemned strongly Lao dictator President Choummaly Sayasone and his brutal regime for the gross human rights violations in Laos, and for deny UN access and utter neglected the suffering of Hmong Chaofa Indigenous both in Paksan Secret Camps and in the Rain Forest, Moung Meo, Xaisomboun Special Zone from 1975- 2010, Laos; Amnesty reported in October 2003, evidence proved that Lao PDR used “starvation as weapons” against the poor non-violence Hmong ChaoFa Indigenous; 4. Strongly Urge the UN members, Human Rights NGOs and peace loving individual to support the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination ( CERD ) 2005 during the 66th session in Geneva, Switzerland; which the expert committee strongly recommended State party Lao People’s Democratic Republic to initiative find a peaceful solution between the Lao government and the Hmong ChaoFa indigenous and their administration ; 5. Appeal Further to the UN Security Council, UN General Assembly, to hold an informal session on Laos, regarding to the gross human rights violation in Laos for the last thirty five years from 1975-2010; based on the recommendation of the UN CERD sixty-second session( 3-21 March 2003 and Sixty-third session ( 4-22 August 2003 ) General Assembly Official Records Supplement No.18 ( A/58/18 ) reported to the former UN Secretary General Kofi-Anna; the expert committee express its grave concern at the freedom of expression, association and religion, and economic , social and cultural discrimination against certain member of the Hmong. 6. Strongly support the human right report by the Society for Threaten Peoples, to the UN Secretary General, which he has received circulated in accordance with Economic and Social Council resolution 1996/31. Regarding the gross human rights violation of Hmong Indigenous in Laos ( The implementation of General Assembly resolution 60/251 of 15 March 2006 ).
Meo People’s Parliament of Laos Embassy of the Hmong ChaoFa Indigenous Nation in Geneva, Switzerland Contact: Mr. Ya, Nhia Yin ( Chief of Staff ) Email:meo1954 @rocketmail.com
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