Hmong Genocide Worsen In Laos

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Ethnic Hmong civilians continue to starve and hunt-down by Lao and Vietnamese foot-soldiers in remote areas of Laos.

The Lao and Vietnamese governments continue to commit serious human rights violations which war crimes, ethnic cleansing and the use of biochemical warfare against ethnic Hmong women, elders and children in the remote areas of Laos.

Since Sunday, March 5, 2006 twelve children under 5 years old had died due starvation and 51 elders are severely injured. Nonetheless, thousands of Lao and Vietnamese communist foot-soldiers continue to surround, starve and hunt down Blia Shoua Her, Wang Moua Lee and their families along with 2,100 other innocent women, elders and children in the in the remote areas of Pham Thang, Pham Let, Pham Khamdai, Teng Bong and Tha Song in northeastern Vang Vieng, Vientiane province and west of the Special Zone Xaisomboun border, about 200 miles north of the capital, Vientiane, Laos.

In Nam Ngum and Nasene, Special Zone Xaisomboun, thousands of Lao and Vietnamese foot-soldiers are also surrounding, starving and hunting down Mr. Yang Toua Thao, his family and more than 7,000 other Hmong civilians.

In Phou Bia, Special Zone Xaisomboun, a thousand of Hmong civilians had been starving, sprayed with biochemical agents and hunted down by Lao and Vietnamese communist foot-soldiers.

In Nam Thong, Borikhamxai province, hundreds of women, elders and children are starving and severely injured by the bombs and biochemical agents the Lao and Vietnamese had used in late February of 2006.

Since 2000, more than two thousand Hmong civilians had been killed by the Lao and Vietnamese foot-soldiers. Approximately 300,000 Hmong and Lao had also been killed since communist Lao People’s Revolutionary Party (formerly known as Pathet Lao) took sole control of Laos in 1975.

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