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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D91y5sxUv5o

These Catholics sounds a lot like Hmong Shamanism got mixed with Christianity.. .

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Faith & Beliefs / Evidence of Jesus
« on: October 14, 2017, 03:34:55 PM »

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Hmong Culture & History / Hmong History
« on: October 10, 2017, 04:57:14 PM »
https://www.hmongism.org/hmong-history

The name, "Hmong" comes from Sichuan/Swj Tsaus since our people came from there. Guo Xiong/Amaot/Mo/Meng are the same people. I notice Miao did derived from those Altaic tribes since that name came from Manchurians. I notice about Manchurian's DNA is that they weren't Chinese back then. They have their own written language and the way they sound is a lot similar to Mongolian and Korean. Although, they conquered most of Asia, which includes Korea, I don't know why Hmong people are not hating on the Manchurians for giving them that name.

Miao came from the Manchurians, not the Han people before the Han raped the Manchurians for desolating their lands in blood and fire. At least they lost their language and we didn't.

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Hmong Culture & History / Hmong rules in China
« on: October 10, 2017, 04:47:27 PM »
I heard this from my Chinese co-worker who is a citizen in the San Miao states. He is a Yunnan province; also, he told me that Hmong people have their OWN rules and government in that is a sense to what a native American would do to their land. Is this true to where Hmong can govern Hmong in the land of China? I don't know, but I hear we only elect Hmong governors to rule over us rather than a Chinese person since they are always a threat to us from the very beginning.

Do we have rules in those states? :-\ (Something similar to how native American has their rules in their lands where no white man can come)

O_o

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Hmong Culture & History / Hmong Pahawh vs. Armenian language
« on: October 10, 2017, 04:40:27 PM »
I notice that Hmong Pahawh is similar to Armenian writing by their symbol of drawing. How did Shong Lue Yang manage to know or grasp something like this that is similar to Ethiopian and Armenian?

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Faith & Beliefs / Question for Hmong people...
« on: October 10, 2017, 03:11:04 PM »
Do Hmong people in the traditional religion that they believe, which is shaman, have ever come across that the universe was created?

I here some Hmong people believe that the universe is eternal, which is entirely false since it did have a beginning. Do they have any books or contents to their religion, or are they still stubborn and would prefer oral presentation?

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General Discussion / Hmong vs any race
« on: September 03, 2017, 02:52:55 PM »
I have a question for my people. Why is that Hmong are so afraid to compete against white people? We all know the Hollywood stories about us Asians as pussies. Here's one thing that I don't get: Why is that Hmong people doesn't want to change in order to advance rather than being backward all the time. I mean, Hmong clothes don't change to a higher degree since people DO get bored of the same thing. Imagine watching Kung Fu every single day like how Communist China force people to watch ancient China every day in their movies. Do you want to watch Hmong movies about Laos for the next 10 years? America always talk about, "What do customers like?" I hear a lot of white folks who look what is hot at the market and they will try to duplicate that before it's too late. It takes 1 year for people to get bored of a certain entertainment since people are always changing like a chameleon. Why can't Hmong do that? I wonder why Hmong are so afraid to be educated. Majority says in our community that Hmong are the least Asians to be educated in America. I also hear that Hmong people keep fighting and competing among themselves rather than a foreigner, like the Black community, Mexican community, or the White community.

Please, I want to know why. Is it because of Hmong are afraid about their insecure intelligence? Is it because Hmong people are just lazy?

OR

Is it because Hmong people hate to change to be better?

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I am just curious and wondering why we don't change for the next 10 years. From the last 10 years, there's nothing changing. From the other last 10 years, there was no change. What's it going to be, another 10 years with no change or having any idea/主意/Tswv Yim to help us?

Oh, I also hear that Hmong people keep robbing Hmong people. We shouldn't be doing that since Hmong paid that for themselves. They shouldn't be robbing themselves; they should be robbing other race. Don't rob an item; go rob an idea before it's being made. There's no laws about being arrested from stealing someone's idea. At least it's not an idea from ourselves.

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What are your thoughts? I think our oral history is very accurate to what the Chinese scholars have depicted and found. I think we are like those of Jewish people who did their oral history, like how Genesis through Exodus, I come to a conclusion that Hmong's attitude and personality are that of a Jew.

One word: MA DAYUM! We have kept our oral in a tight construct. I think we should collect the oral history and compare to the Chinese and other outside legends that are related to us.

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