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  1. Nujtxeeg added a post in a topic CIA HMONGZA.COM TSA TAW MUS.   


     
    TSEEMHMOOB
     
    Zoo li koj tuaj rau Hmongza yog tuaj nrhiav MAUM xwb sad...?
    1 ntus nov tsis muaj MAUM tuaj lawm ces koj tsis LOMZEM ces
    koj nrhiav TSWV YIM los KEB kom koj muaj cai mus LAIJ lwm
    qhov chaws tshiab xwb...PUAS YOG MA...?
     
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    The Trinity Pines area in Trinity County, Calif., part of what is called the Emerald Triangle, where marijuana farms have flourished. Credit Jim Wilson/The New York Times California’s ‘Green Rush’ Takes Hmong Back
    to Their Opium-Growing Roots
    By THOMAS FULLER
    JUNE 3, 2017
    HAYFORK, Calif. — The red and purple opium poppies that his family grew on a mountainside half a world away were filled with an intoxicating, sticky sap that his mother traded for silver coins to feed her children and pay for their escape.
    Adam Lee smiles at the memory of a childhood in war-torn Laos and voyage to America, where he spent decades adapting to life in big cities.
    Now 47 years old, Mr. Lee has returned to the mountains — the Trinity Alps of Northern California — and to a career farming a different mind-altering crop for his livelihood: marijuana.
    “We’ve got big dreams,” Mr. Lee said from a hilltop overlooking his marijuana farm.
    Mr. Lee is part of a diaspora of about 1,000 ethnic Hmong families who have come to this remote and relatively poor corner of California to grow marijuana.
    Photo Adam Lee is part of about 1,000 ethnic Hmong families who have come from across the United States to live in this corner of Northern California to grow marijuana. Credit Jim Wilson/The New York Times California is home to the largest population of Hmong in the United States, with nearly 100,000, and most initially settled in the Central Valley. Over the last decade, many have moved north, and others from around the country are migrating to this part of California to take advantage of the growing marijuana trade.
    They are a small slice of what has become a huge industry across the state. In Trinity County, they are reinvigorating a strug-gling, rural area that was losing population.
    The legalization of recreational marijuana in November set off a so-called green rush in California, which has been a center for cannabis-growing for decades. Like the gold miners who scoured the same Northern California hills 150 years ago, marijuana entrepreneurs have come hoping to gain great fortunes.
    The Hmong, a hill tribe that fought alongside the Central Intelligence Agency in a covert war against Communist forces in Laos in the 1960s and 1970s, were known for their skills as opium farmers. The trade continues to help finance insurgencies in a part of Southeast Asia known as the Golden Triangle. It is not lost on some Hmong here that they now live in a part of California called the Emerald Triangle, named for the thriving trade in marijuana.
    Many in the state see marijuana farming as a commercial opportunity, but for the Hmong, many of whom strug-gled to assimilate in California in the early years, it is also a chance to return to their farming roots and rural lifestyle.
    For some of the older Hmong, who worked as janitors and factory workers when they arrived in America, the bucolic surroundings help soothe the lingering trauma of war and allow them to be among kin and long-lost friends.
    “It’s the independence of living free — you can live off the land,” said You Ping Vang, an ethnic Hmong who was born in the United States and is the founder of Lonestar Trade, a company that sells the marijuana grown here. “This is the life that they left. They love it.”
    In a county that is more than 85 percent white, the Hmong are conspicuous. Their assimilation is still a work in progress, residents say.
    Photo In Trinity Pines, three mountains connected by a network of uneven dirt roads, small plots dot the steep hillsides. Credit Jim Wilson/The New York Times “We’ve scrambled to figure out how we can incorporate their traditions,” said Debbie Miller, the superintendent of the Mountain Valley Unified School District, where 30 of the 280 students are Hmong.
    “We’ve had declining enrollment for a while, and they’ve brought children to us,” Ms. Miller said. “I hope more of them come.”
    Mai Vue, the founder of Conscious Cannabis Resources, a nonprofit organization that helps Hmong farmers navigate the growing thicket of regulations applied to marijuana growing, estimates that more than 1,500 Hmong live in Trinity County, which has a population of about 13,000.
    “When they first came here eight years ago, they were scared to even go to the grocery store,” Ms. Vue said. “I would go, because my husband was white. It was just fear, I think, on both sides. It was: ‘This is a small town. Maybe they don’t accept us.’”
    Photo Mai Vue is the founder of Conscious Cannabis Resources, a nonprofit organization that helps Hmong farmers navigate the growing number of regulations applied to marijuana growing. Credit Jim Wilson/The New York Times In neighboring Siskiyou County, Hmong who are cultivating marijuana sued the sheriff and other officials last year for what they said was voter intimidation.
    But in Trinity, Hmong are gaining acceptance. Last year, a Hmong team won a prize in a prestigious local barbecue competition. At the school holiday pageant, the students put on a Hmong fashion show.
    In November, Bobbi Chadwick, a farmer, was elected to a seat on the Board of Supervisors under the slogan Unite Trinity, which was understood as a sign of uniting the Hmong and the white population. Ms. Chadwick has befriended her Hmong neighbors, organized a banquet and compared slaughtering techniques.
    “Six men came to the ranch, and we harvested two hogs and a goat,” Ms. Chadwick said.
    From the jungles and refugee camps of Southeast Asia, the Hmong came to America starting in 1975, during the Communist takeover of Laos and the fall of Saigon. They arrived impoverished, disoriented by the industrialized society they met and, for the most part, undereducated. They scattered around the country in climates that were foreign to tropical hill dwellers, enduring subzero winters in Minnesota and Wisconsin and the baking heat of California’s Central Valley summers.
    Photo Bobbi Chadwick, a farmer, was elected to a seat on the Board of Supervisors under the slogan Unite Trinity, which was understood to mean uniting the Hmong and the white population. Credit Jim Wilson/The New York Times Mark E. Pfeifer, a scholar of Southeast Asia and the editor of the Hmong Studies Journal, describes the Hmong as a late-blooming immigrant success story, shedding reliance on government assistance and finding niches in the American economy, like Asian restaurants in Michigan and the flower business in Washington State.
    In 2015, the Census Bureau estimated that 285,000 Hmong were in the United States.
    In an area here called the Trinity Pines, three mountains connected by a network of uneven dirt roads, the older Hmong have regained a lifestyle familiar to them, farming small plots on steep hillsides.
    Driving his pickup truck through the Pines, Mr. Vang called out the states where his Hmong neighbors migrated from.
    “These guys are from Alaska, and they’re from Arkansas,” Mr. Vang said. “Texas. … Minnesota. … He’s from Wisconsin.”
    Photo For the Hmong, marijuana farming is not only a commercial opportunity but also a chance to return to a rural lifestyle. Credit Jim Wilson/The New York Times Mr. Vang’s father, Neng Vang, worked for the C.I.A. as a radio operator in Laos during what is known as the Secret War. He was a lieutenant in the army of Vang Pao, the leader of the Hmong anti-Communist army that worked alongside American military advisers.
    “We were scattered around the United States, north, south, east, west,” the elder Mr. Vang said.
    Now, at age 61, he is jarred and delighted by random, tearful reunions. He meets old army buddies, childhood friends and long-lost cousins, all of whom have come to Hayfork to grow marijuana.
    At a gas station in town, he ran into a junior officer, his former subordinate in Laos.
    At a local garden supply store, an old classmate stopped him.
    “He told me: ‘I thought you were still in Laos. I thought you were dead,’” Mr. Vang said. “We had not seen each other since we came to this country.”
    A visitor to the Vangs’ farm is greeted by reminders of the homeland. In the kitchen is a cleaver next to a thick cross section of a pine tree used as a chopping block. On the gas burner is an hourglass-shaped pot for cooking sticky rice. A mortar and pestle serve to crush spices.
    The elder Mr. Vang said that while the Hmong felt at home in Trinity County, he was not sure how long they would stay. The regulations that county and state officials are imposing on marijuana growers — every growing plot must have a house to certain specifications — are driving many Hmong to question the future profitability of the business. Small-scale growers across the state are increasingly up against much larger industrial farms.
    The Hmong are not the first East Asians to flock to Trinity County during a boom period. In Weaverville, a 45-minute drive from Hayfork, all that is left of the Chinese community that came for the 19th century gold rush is a Taoist temple that has been turned into a museum.
    Mr. Vang said he hoped the Hmong would get permits and make Trinity County a more permanent home.
    “If they allow us to grow, the Hmong will stay,” he said.
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    HAIS TXOG CALIFORNIA...GREEN RUSH...
    ( KEV NPLUA NUJ LOS NTAWM MARIJUANA )
     
    Kuv kuj tsis tau mus Tshawb Fawb kom paub tseeb paub meej tias
    nyob rau Xeev CALIFORNIA raws li tsab XOV XWM hais saum nov ne
    TXOJ CAI...Hais TSEEB npaum li cas rau kev COG...MUAG...thiab SIV MARIJUANA...
    Raws kuv nkag siab ces...Tib neeg yeej muaj cai COG...MUAG...SIV...
    UA TSHUAJ los yog SIV UA KEV LOM ZEM xwb los yeej tau...
    TAB SIS QHOV CHAW KOJ YUAV COG...KOJ YUAV MUAG...THIAB YUAV SIV
    PUB UA NYOB TWG & UA NTAU NPAUM LI CAS...?
    THIAB LEEJ TWG THIAJ PUB SIV TAU...?
     HNUB NYOOG SIAB NPAUM CAS THIAJ PUB SIB TAU...?
     
    ( YOG TSIS PAUB TXOG TEJ NOV CES THAUM KAWG MUAJ KEV TXHAUM
    XWS LI KOJ COJ MARIJUANA MUS MUAG RAU ME NYUAM KAWM NTAWV
    UNDER 18 NYOB TOM SCHOOLS PUAS TAU...? )
     
    TEJ NOV KUV KUJ TSIS PAUB TSEEB LAWM...
    Raws li PAUB YAV TAS LOS thaum lub HAUV PAUS mas tsuas
    PUB COG...PUB MUAG...thiab PUB SIV UA TSHUAJ KHO MOB XWB...
    COV COG TSIS PUB COG TSHAJ LI 20 TSOB XWB...
    TAB SIS TOM QAB NOV CES HO TIAS UA TAU TXHUA YAM LI LAWM NO
    CES KUV KUJ TSIS PAUB QHOV TSEEB LAWM...
     
    YOG LEEJ TWG YUAV MUS UA...BUSINESS...TXOG MARIJUANA
    YUAV TSUM TAU MUS TSHAWB FAWB KOM PAUB TSEEB PAUB MEEJ
    THIAJ TSIS YUAM KEV...
     
    YOU MUST KNOW EXACTLY WHAT YOU CAN & CAN NOT DO...!
     
    VIM THAUM YUAM KEV TUAJ LAWM
    YUAV RAUG ...POOB NYIAJ & MAG TXIM...!
     
    TXAWM LI CAS LOS XIJ PEEM...TXAWM LEEJ TWG YUAV COG...YUAV MUAG
    thiab YUAV SIV NO LOS YUAV TSUM MUS UA NTAUB NTAWV KOM RAWS TXOJ CAI...
    KOM TAU DAIM NTAWV ...PERMISSION...
     
    TXHAIS TIAS...TXHUA TSAV YAM YUAV TSUM TAU THEM ...SE... ( TAX )
    TSOOM FWV TSO CAI UA TEJ NOV LOS THAUM KAWG YEEJ HAIS TIAS
    KOM TAU NYIAJ ( TAX REVENUE ) LOS NKAG RAU NYIAS LUB XEEV NKAUS XWB...
     
    EVERY THING IS...ABOUT MONEY PERIOD...!
     

    DAIM ...MAP...TXOJ CAI RAU TXHUA LUB XEEV
    NYOB MESKAS NOV
    TXOG KEV COG...KEV MUAG...KEV SIV...MARIJUANA
    TIAS LUB XEEV TWG TSUAS TSO CAI LI CAS TXOG ...MARIJUANA...XWB !
     
    GREEN...RECREATIONAL USE APPROVED 
    ( NTSUAB...SIV UA KEV LOM ZEM/ SIV UA KOM QUAV TSHUAJ & VWM TAU )
     
    GRAY...MEDICAL USE APPROVED
    ( TXHO...TSUAS PUB SIV TAU UA TSHUAJ RAU KEV KHO MOB XWB )
     
    BLUE...CANNABIS DERIVED CBD LAW PASSED
    ( XIAV... PUB SIV/TSO CAI SIV )
     
    RED...ILLEGAL
    ( LIAB...TXHAUM CAI )
     
    TXHAIS TIAS...
    LIAB YOG TXHAUM CAI TXHUA YAM
    XWS LI YUAV...COG...MUAG...thiab SIV... YEEJ TXHAUM TAS NRHO...
    HAVING SOME AMOUNT OF MARIJUANA IN YOUR HANDS/POSSESSION IS ...ILLEGAL...PERIOD...!
     
    XIAV... PUB SIV/TSO CAI SIV...
    TAB SIS PUAS PUB...COG...thiab MUAG...?
    KUJ TSIS MEEJ RAU QHOV NOV...!
     
    TXHO...TSUAS PUB SIV TAU UA TSHUAJ RAU KEV KHO MOB XWB
    COG PUAS TAU...? MUAG PUAS TAU...?
    KUJ TSIS PAUB MEEJ...!
    TEJ ZAUM LUAG TSUAS TIAS...TUS YUAV SIV YUAV TSUM TAU DOCTOR'S
    DRUG PRESCRIPTION...TUS MUAJ MOB TSUAS MUS YUAV TAU TOM LEGAL DRUGS STORE XWB...
    TSIS PUB COG...TSIS PUB MUAG...TSIS PUB SIV RAU TOM TEJ KEV...
     
    NTSUAB...SIV UA TSHUAJ & UA KEV LOM ZEM/ SIV UA KOM QUAV TSHUAJ & VWM TAU
    TAB SIS HO PUAS PUB COG...? PUAS PUB MUAG...?
    TSIS HAIS TUS LAUS TUS ME YAUS UNDER 18 PUAS SIV TAU...?
    PUAS SIV TAU TXHUA LUB SIJ HAWM & TXHUA THAJ CHAW...?
     
    TEJ ...DETAILS...NOV YEEJ TSIS PAUB TSEEB LI...!
     
    RAWS PAUB CES...TAM SIM NOV TXHUA LUB XEEV NYIAS UA NYIAS TXOJ CAI TAWM LOS
    RAU NYIAS LUB XEEV SIV...
    TAB SIS ...FEDERAL TUS QUB ILLEGAL...GROWING...SELLING...and USING LAWS OF DRUGS
    and MARIJUANA IN THE USA...YEEJ TSEEM ACTIVE...
     
    VIM LI NOV YOG THAUM TWG FEDERAL DRUG AGENTS XAV...ENFORCE/MUAB LOS SIV
    TXHOM...NPLUA...RAU TXIM RAU LEEJ TWG...NYOB LUB XEEV TWG...THAUM TWG
    LOS LUAG YEEJ TSEEM MUAJ CAI UA TAU...!
     
    FEDERAL ILLEGAL DRUG CRIME LAWS ARE...STILL ACTIVE/ENFORCED
     

     

     

     
    HAIS TXOG 3-HMOOB TXOJ KEV MUS UA BUSINESS
    NROG...MARIJUANA...
     
    1. VIM NTAU LUB XEEV...YEEJ TSO CAI RAU KEV UA LUAM...MARIJUANA...LAWM
    CES YOG LEEJ TWG NYOB RAU LUB XEEV NTAWD NWS YEEJ MUAJ RIGHTS
    UA RAWS TXOJ CAI...
    BUT YUAV TSUM PAUB TXOJ CAI KOM TSEEB KOM MEEJ THIAJ TSIS YUAM KEV...
     
    2. YOG YUS YUAV UA LAG LUAM TXOG ...MARIJUANA...ACROSS STATES...
    YUS YUAV TSUM TAU PAUB TXHUA LUB STATE UAS YUS MUS HLA NTAWD TIAS
    LUAG TXOJ CAI TXOG...MARIJUANA...NOV NE LUAG TXWV TXIAV TUAG NTHI
    LOS YOG LUAG HO TSO CAI RAU NEEG SIV NTAU NTSAWG NPAUM LI CAS...
    YOG YUS TSIS PAUB QHOV TSEEB QHOV MEEJ CES...THAUM YUS MUS YUAV/NQA
    LUB LEGAL STATE LOS HLA LUB ILLEGAL STATE CES YUS LOS MAG TXHOM
    TOM LUB...ILLEGAL STATE...CES YUS HO TIAS YUS YUAV/NQA LOS TWB
    YEEJ LEGAL LAWM CAS TSEEM HO MAG TXHOM NO THIAB...?
     

    EXAMPLE LI...
    TSHEEJ ZOO YAJ & 1 TUS POJ NIAM HMOOB MAG KUAJ/CHECK TOM KEV FREEWAY
    CES MAG TXHOM NYOB XEEV NEBRASKA...VIM XEEV NEBRASKA TSIS TSO CAI
    RAU LEEJ TWG COG/MUAJ/NQA/MUAG/SIV...MARIJUANA...KIAG LI...
     
    NEJ YEEJ POM RAWS DAIM...MAP...SAUM TOJ NOV LAWM TIAS
    NEBRASKA YOG...RED STATE...ILLEGAL TXOG MARIJUANA...!
     
    3. TXAWM MUAJ COV STATES UAS LAWV ...PASSED TUS LEGAL LAW OF USING MARIJUANA
    LAWM LOS KUJ TSEEM TSHUAV...FEDERAL TUS LAWS TXOG...ILLEGAL DRUGS LAWS...
    YOG LI YUS THIAJ YUAV TAU CEEV FAJ TIAS YUS NYOB RAU QHOV TWG THIAB UA DAB TSI
    ES YUS SIV LEEJ TWG TXOJ CAI LOS UA YUS QHOV LAG LUAM...
     
    4. THAUM LEEJ TWG MUS UA TEJ LAG LUAM LI NOV LAWM LOS YUAV TAU CEEV FAJ
    TXHUA LUB SIJ HAWM...TIAS YUAV MUAJ NEEG PHEM TUAJ HUAB NOJ HUAB HAUS
    TXEEB YUS TEJ MARIJUANA/QOOB LOO NOV THIAB NYIAJ TX.IAG...VIM LUAG YEEJ
    PAUB LAWM TIAS LEEJ TWG COG...MUAG TEJ NOV CES YEEJ YUAV TSUM MUAJ NYIAJ
    NYOB HAUV TSEV XWB...
     
    5. LEEJ TWG MUS UA MUS SIV TEJ MARIJUANA NOV CES NWS KUJ ZOO NKAUS LI
    HMOOB TEJ ...YAJ YEEB...NYOB NTUJ QUB QAB XWB...YUS COG, YUS SIV, YUS MUAG
    CES THAUM KAWG YUS YOG TUS QUAV YEEB QUAV TSHUAJ RAU TEJ MARIJUANA NOV
    LAWM THIAB XWB...VIM LI NOV TEJ MARIJUANA NOV THIAJ LI YOG
    ...ILLEGAL DRUGS NYOB MESKAS TEB LOS LAWM NTAU CAUM LUB XYOO...
     
    6. TEJ BUSINESS QUAV YEEB QUAV TSHUAJ NOV CES YEEJ TSIS PAUB LUB  SIJ HAWM TOM
    NTEJ LI TIAS YUAV MUAJ DAB TSI ZOO LOS PHEM TXOG QHOV TWG LI...VIM TEJ NOV
    NWS YEEJ TSEEM YOG LUB NEEJ HOM TSHIAB UAS TSIS TAU UA DUA...
    NEEG YUAV SIB NTAUS SIB TUA UA PHEM LI CAS LOS NTAWM TEJ YAJ YEEB NOV NPAUM
    LI CAS LOS YEEJ TSIS PAUB LI NAWJ...
     

    LUAG KUJ HAIS TIAS...
    ...MARIJUANA ZOO UA TSHUAJ NO...
     
    TAB SIS QHOV NWS YUAV PAB YUS LOS YUAV TUA YUS NTAWD
    QHOV TSEEB & QHOV CUAV YOG QHOV TWG TIAG
    CIA SAWV DAWS MAM COJ MUS KAWM NTXIV SEB
    YOG LI CAS TIAG...?
     
    TAB SIS...PEB YEEJ PAUB LAWM TIAS...MARIJUANA...
    YEEJ UA TAU RAU YUS...QUAV TSHUAJ TAU/QUAB YEEB TAU...
    YOG LI NWS THIAJ LI YOG...ILLEGAL DRUG...YAV NRAM NTEJ LOS LAWM...!

     
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  3. Nujtxeeg added a post in a topic NUJTXEEG---MUAJ TXUJ COJ MUS SIV KOM TSIM NUJ---MUAJ TSWV YIM COJ MUS SIV KOM MUAJ TXIAJ NTSIM---FOOD FOR THOUGHTS   

    Marijuana:
    Health effects of recreational and medical use
    Posted August 19, 2016, 9:30 am , Updated August 21, 2016, 6:51 pm Wynne Armand, MD, Contributing Editor Marijuana is widely used, especially in adolescents and young adults. In the US, there are about 20 million users (about 7.5% of people aged 12 or older).
    Marijuana is a mind-altering (psychoactive) drug. Similar to hemp, it comes from the cannabis plant. The plant’s primary drug effects come from the chemical delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, or “THC.” Marijuana is smoked, “vaped” (inhaling the vapor), or ingested in foods or teas. Over the last few decades, the concentration of THC in the cannabis plant has been increasing. In addition, the plant extracts are more potent.
    Short-term effects of marijuana
    Marijuana is often used for its “high,” and can make people feel more relaxed, alter the senses, and cause time distortion. It can also impair thinking, judgment, coordination, and memory. In some people, it may lead to paranoia or anxiety. Physical effects may include bloodshot eyes, dry mouth, slurred speech, and increased heart rate.
    These sensations may last up to four hours after inhaling marijuana smoke, or up to 12 hours if consumed, though performance impairments may last for much longer.
    Long-term effects of marijuana
    Smoking marijuana can irritate the lungs and lead to breathing problems like cough, excess mucus, bronchitis, and worsening of conditions like asthma and cystic fibrosis. It is not clear if smoking marijuana is linked to lung cancer. Marijuana use during pregnancy can also harm a baby’s brain development.
    We are learning more about the long-term effects of marijuana, and this leads to even more questions as we realize there is a lot we don’t know. What is clear is that some of the long-term effects correspond to heavy use. However, heavy use is difficult to define given the nature and limitations of past studies, the different ways marijuana and its extracts are used, and the shifts in THC concentration in cannabis.
    The biggest health risks appear to be in those who start using as teenagers or young adults when their brains are still developing. In youths who use heavily, studies have shown deterioration in their learning and cognitive thinking that persists into adulthood, even after they have stopped using marijuana. There also appears to be a link between marijuana use and certain mental illnesses. Though most marijuana users will not develop dependence and addiction, it is more common in teenage users.
    Medical benefits of marijuana
    Medical use of marijuana (“medical marijuana”) is somewhat controversial. In the United States, current FDA-approved medications containing synthetic THC are dronabinol (Marinol capsules, Syndros liquid) and nabilone (Cesamet). These drugs are prescribed as appetite stimulants in AIDS patients and for chemotherapy-related nausea and vomiting. They are sometimes used off-label for similar symptoms in other conditions. An oral spray nabiximols (Sativex) is approved in other countries for treatment of multiple sclerosis muscle spasticity and cancer-related pain not managed by other pain medication, and is undergoing further evaluation in the U.S.
    Although marijuana can help relieve the symptoms of certain medical conditions, its use is still illegal on a federal level, and because we don’t have data from large, long-term, well-designed studies, the FDA continues to have concerns about potential risks versus benefits. Fortunately, studies continue on marijuana, THC, and cannabidiol (a component of marijuana which does not have the mind-altering effects of THC). Early research shows cannabidiol and its derivatives hold potential promise in additional conditions like drug-resistant epilepsy and some psychiatric disorders (e.g., anxiety, substance use disorders, schizophrenia, and psychosis).
    Some states have passed laws, contrary to federal laws, to allow the use of marijuana for medical conditions. Some states have also made the move to decriminalize marijuana use by adults or have similar measures on upcoming ballots. It is unclear what health impact decriminalization of marijuana would have. The experiences of other states and countries that have made these legal changes were varied and unpredictable. The greatest threat would be an increase in adolescent use.
    Be cautious if you use marijuana
    In the meantime, if you do use marijuana products, do not do so before driving or operating other heavy or dangerous equipment, and stop if you are pregnant. Talk to your doctor about the safety of continued use if you have a heart or lung condition, or are concerned that you might have developed an addiction. Avoid products that are packaged as candy or other edibles if there are children in your household who are more susceptible to a toxic overdose. And talk to your kids about the potential hazards of marijuana, because the risks are particularly high in young people.
     


     

     
    WE STILL DON'T KNOW MUCH ABOUT
    THE HEALTH BENEFITS & THE HEALTH RISKS
    OF MARIJUANA...!
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    TUS NEEG...DAWB...
    TSAV TSHEB LUAM NEEG ANTI-PROTESTERS
    YOG TUS NOV...!
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  5. Nujtxeeg added a post in a topic Suab Hmong News   

     
    NEEG...DAWB/WHITE SUPREMASIST...XUAS TSHEB MUS LUAM NEEG
    PAB...ANTIFA...or ANTI-FACIST...or COUNTER PROTESTERS...
     
     
    XYUAS NOV NTXIV
    NEEG DAWB XUAS TSHEB MUS LUAM NEEG...!
    NYOB RAU ...CHARLOOTESVILLE...VIRGINIA, USA
    SATURDAY AUGUST 12, 2017
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    Charlottesville Alt-Right Rally Turns VIOLENT!
     
    TEEB MEEM TIB NEEG ...
    SIB NTXUB...SIB FAIB...SIB CAIS...SIV CAV...SIB CEG
    SIB NTAUS...SIB TUA...TUAG NEEG...TEB CHAWS KUB NTXHOV
    NYOB ...CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA, USA...
     
    PEB HMOOB YUAV TAU CEEV FAJ TXHOB MUS CUAM TSHUAM TEJ TEEB MEEM NOV
    TSIS TAS LI NOV PEB HO TXHOB MUS TSIM LWM YAM TEEB MEEM UAS TXHAUM KEV CAI
    NYOB TEB CHAWS U.S.A. NOV NTXIV...
     
    TWB YEEJ MUAJ COV NEEG ...DAWB...UAS TSIS NYIAM PEB LAWM
    YOG PEB TSEEM MUS TSIM TEJ YAM TEEB MEEM TXHAUM KEV CAI
    ES UA RAU LUAG MUAJ ...ESCUSE/MUAJ REASONS TUAJ... MUAB YUS TSIM TXOM
    CES PEB YUAV TSIS MUAJ LUB CHAW NYOB
    TSIS MUAJ ...SAFETY...TWG RAU PEB UA LUB NEEJ
    NYOB TAU MESKAS TEB NOV NTXIV...!
     

    REMEMBER THIS STORY...?
    DON'T DO THIS AGAIN...!
     

    REMEMBER THIS...?
    DON'T DO THIS AGAIN...!
     
     
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  7. Nujtxeeg added a post in a topic Raug Hmoob Nplog Kob Huam Pluag Kug Caum Ntaus.   


     
    Kwv Tij...
    Nov ntag lauj...Qhov kuv pheej hais tias 3 Hmoob yog 1 cov neeg
    yeej tsis taug kev taug cai dab tsi kiag li...
    Yog muaj TEEB MEEM tshwm sim rau nws txawm LOJ los ME
    nws tsuas ua neeg RU.AM TUA TSOV nkaus xwb...
    Muab SIAV CIAJ los mus pauv SIAV TUAG nkaus xwb...
     
    Txawm lub teb chaws twb MUAJ KEV MUAJ CAI los nws yeej tsis
    los mus muab TXOJ KEVCAI LOS HAIS KIAG LI...
     
    Vim zoo li nov 3 Hmoob mus nyob txog twg los yeej TAUG TSIS TAU
    LUB TEB CHAWS NTAWD TXOJ CAI KIAG LI...Tab niaj hnub tsim TEEB
    MEEM KUV NTXHOV rau luv teb chaws ntawd...Nyob NPLOG TEB
    los  lub neej yeej zoo li nov...Nyob VIETNAM los lub neej yeej zoo li nov...
    Nyob THAIB TEB/SUAV TEB los lub neej yeej zoo li nov...Nyob MESKAS TEB
    kiag los peb Hmoob yeej tseem yog 1 pab neeg QUS QUS zoo li nov...
     
    Thiaj ua rau luag lwm haiv neeg NTXUB & TSIM TXOM PEB vim yog tej TEEB MEEM
    tsis ua raws teb chaws TXOJ KEV CAI li nov nkaus xwb ntag...
     
    THE RIGHT LAWS FOR THE HMONG PEOPLE ARE THE LAWS OF EACH
    INDIVIDUAL PERSON ONLY...
     
    MY WAY OF DEALING PROBLEMS IS THE
    RIGHT LAWS FOR ME...!
     
    I MAKE MY OWN LAWS...!
     
    WOW...!
     

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  8. Nujtxeeg added a post in a topic Bawg Nujtxeeg - World Pauslistiv   


     
    TSEEMHMOOB...
     
    Ntawm kuv ces...TSIS UA POLITIV DAB TSI LI LAWM OS...
    KUV SIAB TSIS ZOO & TSIS LOJ TXAUS YUAV MUS MUAB
    NYIAJ NTAWM KUV LUB QHOV NCAUJ MUS YUG LWM TUS NEEG...
     
    Yog hnub twg kuv nov mus ua POLITIV mas yuav tsum yog lub TEB CHAWS
    NEEDS KUV NTAWD ...THEM NYIAJ HNUB...NYIAJ HLI...LOS YUG KUV
    TSEV NEEG MAS KUJ THIAJ KAM MUS NROG LAWV UA XWB OS...
     
    I'M NOT THE TYPE OF PEOPLE WHO ARE WILLING TO PAY MONEY
    FOR THE MILITARY RANKS & CIVILIAN POSITIONS ON PAPERS JUST
    TO GET A NAME IN THE LIST OF A NON-EXISTING COUNTRY...!
     
    I'M NOT A FOOL...! I DON'T WANT TO MAKE A FOOL OUT OF MYSELF...!
    SUCH NONSENSE...!
     
    Hahaha...
     

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  9. Nujtxeeg added a post in a topic DON'T TRAVEL TO LAOS   


     
    LAUSTXUJ...
     
    Kom pom xeeb nqa koj qhov ARTICLE nov tuaj tso tawm
    koj yuav tau THAM QHIA sawv daws me ntsis ntxiv tias
    YOG DAB TSI no thiab mas...
    Tsis li ntawd ces KAWG SAWV DAWS GETTING CONFUSE
    XWB TIAG...!
     
    Raws kuv NKAG SIAB ces qhov ARTICLE nov tsuas hais tias
    LAOS yog 1 lub ntawm 35 lub teb chaws uas YOG KOJ MUS
    UA SI CES YEEJ TSIS TAU RAWS KOJ SIAB NYIAM KIAG LI...
     
    WHY...?
     
    Kuv ntseeg tias lawv tsuas yog tham txog cov TEEB MEEM li nram qab
    nov xwb os...
     
    1. NOT SAFE JUST GOING ANY WHERE YOU WANT IN LAOS.
    IT IS A COMMUNIST COUNTRY SO YOU CAN NOT GO ANY WHERE FREELY.
     
    2. POOR COUNTRY, LACKING OF MODERN FACILITIES
    THAT WOULD MAKE YOUR TRAVEL COMFORTABLE.
     
    3. A LOT OF CORRUPTED GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AT ALL LEVEL.
    YOU HAVE TO PAY THEM EVERY WHERE YOU WANT TO GO.
     
    4. 2 DIFFERENT STANDARDS IN PAYING TO GO AROUND.
    ONE PRICE IS FOR THE CITIZENS, THE OTHER ONE IS FOR THE FOREIGNERS.
     
    5. NOT MUCH OF ANY THING TO SEE, ONLY DUSTY ROADS & POOR PEOPLE.
     
    SO THIS ARTICLE IS JUST TRYING TO GIVE ...ADVICE...TO THE FOREIGNERS
    WHO WANT TO VISIT LAOS...FROM THOSE WHO HAD BAD EXPERIENCES GOING INTO LAOS...!
     

    VERY DEPRESSED/STRESSED ENVIRONMENTS...

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  10. Nujtxeeg added a post in a topic Lawyer United Nation Tham Ua Plaub Rau Nplog 6/30/17.   

     
    XYUAS NOV NTXIV...!
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  11. Nujtxeeg added a post in a topic Lawyer United Nation Tham Ua Plaub Rau Nplog 6/30/17.   

     
    CAUBFAB
     
    NIAJ HNUB NOV
    NEEG THOOB NTIAJ TEB TWB TAU PEB TEJ  VIDEO
    UA CAUBFAB NOV MUS TSO TAWM THOOB NTUJ LAWM...
     
    ES PEB TSEEM YUAV MUS HAIS TIAS
    PEB NIM YOG COV RAUG KEV TSIM TXOM NO TAU LI CAS...?
     
    THIS WAS NOT...A GENOCIDE...
    IT WAS A CIVIL WAR or COULD BE CALLED A REBELLION...
     
    PEB TUA PEB TUS YEEB NCUAB...TUS YEEB NCUAB HO TUA PEB
    NWS YOG KEV SIB NTAUS SIB TUA RAWS KEV UA TSOV puv...
     
    PEB HO YUAV LIAM TIAS NWS YOG...GENOCIDE...NO KUJ TSIS TAU...!
     
    YOG LI TEJ NOV CES CIA SEB...HMONG UNITED VISION...
    HO YUAV UA MUS TXOG TWG XWB...!
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  12. Nujtxeeg added a post in a topic Suav Yuav Kav Thoob Ntiajteb   


    Southeast Asian Nations Feud over China
    Ayee Macaraig, Martin Abbugao,AFP Sun, Aug 6 3:29 AM PDTManila (AFP) - Southeast Asian nations feuded Sunday over how to respond to Chinese expansionism in the South China Sea, with Vietnam insisting on a tough stance but Cambodia lobbying hard for Beijing, diplomats said.
    The debates among foreign ministers of the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) at a security forum in the Philippines were the latest in years of strugg[quote]les to deal with competing claims to the strategically vital sea.
    The ministers failed to release a customary joint statement after meeting on Saturday because of their differences on the sea issue, and follow-up negotiations on Sunday did not end the stand-off, two diplomats involved in the talks told AFP.
    "There's still no consensus," one of the diplomats said, adding the disagreements over the wordings on the sea issue were holding up the release of the communique.
    "Vietnam is adamant, and China is effectively using Cambodia to champion its interests. But the Philippines is trying very hard to broker compromise language."
    Vietnam had insisted that tough language be inserted into the statement expressing concern over "land reclamation", a reference to an explosion in recent years of Chinese artificial island building in contested parts of the waters.
    Cambodia, one of China's strongest allies within ASEAN, has firmly resisted, according to the diplomats involved in the talks in Manila, as well as an excerpt of proposed Cambodian resolution obtained by AFP on Sunday.
    China claims nearly all of the sea, through which $5 trillion in annual shipping trade passes, and its artificial islands have raised concerns it could eventually build military bases there and establish de facto control over the waters.
    Its sweeping claims overlap with those of ASEAN members Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia and Brunei.
    - No consensus -
    Tensions over the sea have long vexed ASEAN, which operates on a consensus basis but has had to balance the interests of rival claimants and those more aligned to China.
    Critics of China have accused it of trying to divide ASEAN with strong-armed tactics and chequebook diplomacy, enticing smaller countries in the bloc such as Cambodia and Laos to support it.
    The Philippines, under previous president Benigno Aquino, had been one of the most vocal critics of China and filed a case before a UN-backed tribunal.
    The tribunal last year ruled China's sweeping claims to the sea had no legal basis.
    But China, despite being a signatory to the UN's Convention on the Law of the Sea, ignored the ruling.
    The Philippines, under new President Rodrigo Duterte, decided to play down the verdict in favour of pursuing warmer ties with Beijing. This in turn led to offers of billions of dollars in investments or aid from China.
    "It's clear that China's pressure on individual ASEAN governments has paid off with few prepared even to reiterate statements that they have made many times before," Bill Hayton, a South China Sea expert and associate fellow with the Asia Programme at Chatham House in London, told AFP.
    "Beijing's task has been made easier because the Philippines holds the (ASEAN) chair this year."
    The ASEAN foreign ministers and their Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi, on Sunday adopted a framework for negotiating a code of conduct to defuse tensions in the sea.
    Wang hailed this as a breakthrough.
    But analysts cautioned not to place too much significance on the agreement on a framework, pointing out it came 15 years after a similar document was signed committing the parties to negotiating a code of conduct.
    Philippine foreign ministry spokesman Robespierre Bolivar told reporters the ASEAN joint statement would be released by the time meetings with foreign ministers from other Asia-Pacific nations wrapped up in Manila on Tuesday.
    But one diplomat involved in the talks told AFP that Vietnam and Cambodia were holding firm on Sunday.
    "The atmosphere is still very tense due to the strong national interests of Vietnam and Cambodia," the diplomat said.
     
    DEV TUAJ TXEEM ZOS...TAB SIS MIV TSEEM ROV SIB KHAWB MIV...

     
    MIV SIB KHAWB & SIB TOG
    DEV TSEEM TUAJ CHEEM THIAB XWB...!
    YUAV UA CAS...MIV THIAJ YUAV CAUM TAU* TAWM ZOS NA...?
    ( THE 2 CATS ARE...CAMBODIA & VIETNAM...)
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  13. Nujtxeeg added a post in a topic Kev vam meej yog teb chaws Dab   


    NEJ MUAJ NQI RAU TUS NOV...
    THAUM NEJ TSEEM MUAJ...$$$$$...XWB OS...!
     
    Kwv Tij...
    Zoo li nej 1 txhia twb mus sim nyob teb chaw Nplog los lawm
    Nej twb nyob tsis tau los sad...!
    Thaum twg nej qhov nyuag NYIAJ npaj mus muab siv tas ces
    nej kawg twb maj maj yuav rov los tsev Meskas Teb lawm xwb...
    NO MONEY...NO FUN...!
    Yog tham txog kev LOM ZEM thaum yus tseem muaj NYIAJ ces
    yeej xav nyob mus 1 txhi xwb tiag...But tas nyiaj ces kev nyuab siab
    tawm tuaj xwb...es nej yuav nyob tau li cas na...?
     
    KEV NTSHAW & KEV LOM ZEM, UA SI...nws yog nws 1 lub neej...
    REALITY...nws yog nws 1 lub neej...
     
    Nej yuav tau muab xyuas kom TSEEB & MEEJ xwb mas...!
    Tsis li ntawd ces ZOO LI NEJ MUS NYOB HAUV KEV NPAU NTUB,
    NPAU SUAV & NPAU HMOOB LAWM XWB OS...!
     
    Hahaha...
     

    YEAH...EVERYONE CAN HAVE FUN USING THIS...!
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  14. Nujtxeeg added a post in a topic Bawg Nujtxeeg - World Pauslistiv   


    ...THE WORLD POLITICS...
    TXOJ KEV NTSHAW NOJ NTSHAW HNAV
    LOS NTAWM KEV UA LAG LUAM NROG SUAV/CHINA 
    &
    TXOJ KEV NTSHAI SUAV/CHINA LUB FWJ CHIM
    MILITARY POWER...UAS RAU COV TEB CHAWS
    SOUTHEAST ASIAN COUNTRIES TSIS MUAJ CUAB KAV
    KOOM TES LOS TAWM TSAM SUAV/CHINA KIAG LI...!
     

    Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano, left, greets Myanmar's Foreign Minister Kyaw Tin during a reception for the 50th Association of Southeast Asian Nations, or ASEAN foreign ministers meeting at the Philippine International Convention Center Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017 in suburban Pasay city, south Manila, Philippines. Alarm over North Korea's missile tests, a tentative step to temper South China Sea disputes, and unease over a disastrous siege by pro-Islamic State group militants, will grab the spotlight at the annual meetings of Southeast Asia's top diplomats and their Asian and Western counterparts. Bullit Marquez, POOL AP Photo
    Read more here: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-government/national-politics/article165620947.html#storylink=cpy 
    The Latest: Disagreements in ASEAN
    delay joint statement
    The Associated PressAugust 06, 2017 12:05 AM
     
    MANILA, Philippines The Latest on annual meetings of Southeast Asian foreign ministers and their counterparts from the U.S., China, Russia, Japan, the two Koreas and other nations (all times local):
    11:50 a.m.
    Two Southeast Asian diplomats say disagreements over North Korea's intercontinental ballistic missile tests and territorial disputes in the South China Sea have prevented the region's top diplomats from promptly issuing their joint communique after an annual summit in Manila over the weekend.
    One of the diplomats tells The Associated Press that Cambodia expressed concern over the issuance by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations' foreign ministers of a separate statement criticizing North Korea's two ICBM tests last month.
     The diplomat said Sunday Cambodia wants its sentiments on the Korean Peninsula better reflected in the ASEAN foreign ministers' joint communique, causing a delay in its issuance Saturday after the ministers concluded their meeting.
     Another diplomat says the wordings on the South China Sea issue to be included in the communique had not yet been finalized Saturday.
    The diplomat says the South China Sea may be settled faster and will likely not carry sensitive issues that China objects to because the ministers are aware of Beijing's crucial economic and trade relations with ASEAN member states.
    Both diplomats spoke to the AP condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the issues publicly.
    — Jim Gomez in Manila, Philippines
    ___
    7:20 p.m.
    A Philippine government spokesman says Southeast Asian foreign ministers have endorsed the framework for a long-sought code of conduct in the disputed South China Sea.
    The ministers endorsed the framework on Saturday, a day before meeting with their Chinese counterpart, when they are expected to jointly adopt it.
    The Philippines calls the framework a major step in efforts to ease potential flashpoints. It's not clear if the ministers will push for a legally binding code.
    Critics say the outline of key principles is lopsidedly in China's favor and suspect that Beijing may have consented to it to divert protests as it tries to complete and fortify man-made islands in the South China Sea with a missile defense system.
    Robespierre L. Bolivar, spokesman of the Philippines' Department of Foreign Affairs, said the foreign ministers "endorsed the framework of the code of conduct for eventual adoption at the ASEAN-China ministerial meeting on Aug. 6."
    Bolivar said the Philippines prefers a legally binding code of conduct but the consensus in ASEAN is that at the very least, the code that is still to be negotiated should be substantive and effective. He said the framework is an outline and countries can put in more substantive aspects of the code when the negotiations start.
    ___
    5 p.m.
    Southeast Asia's top diplomats have slammed North Korea with a sharp rebuke over its intercontinental ballistic missile tests and reminded Pyongyang of its duty to avoid conflicts as a member of Asia's biggest security forum.
    The 10 foreign ministers of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations reiterated in a joint statement Saturday their grave concerns over the escalation of tensions on the Korean Peninsula due to the North's two ICBM tests last month, saying the launches threaten world stability.
    Philippine Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano said earlier that the ASEAN ministers were divided over a U.S. proposal to remove North Korea from the ASEAN Regional Forum, a 27-member grouping that includes the North, along with its most bitter adversaries — South Korea, the United States and Japan.
    ___
    10:50 a.m.
    Southeast Asia's top diplomats have opened their annual meeting at a convention and theater complex by Manila Bay without the usual security overkill. Motorists were allowed through as joggers, cyclists and tennis players sweated under a cloudy sky.
    Public traffic was only stopped when the foreign ministers from the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations, known as ASEAN, arrived midmorning Saturday.
    According to metropolitan Manila police chief Oscar Albayalde, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has shown disdain for security lockdowns that inconvenience the public. Still, police deployed more than 13,000 officers in the capital and declared no-fly and no-sail zones around the venue.
    Topping the agenda are North Korea's intercontinental ballistic missile tests, an attempt to temper South China Sea disputes and unease over a siege by pro-Islamic State group militants in the southern Philippine city of Marawi, which has dragged on for more than two months.
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    SOUTHEAST ASIAN COUNTRIES
    or
    ASEAN/ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN NATIONS
    Yeej tseem ua tsis tau dab tsi hlo hais txog TEEB MEEM NORTH KOREA
    ICBM...thiab...TEEB MEEM SOUTH CHINA SEA NROG CHINA...
     
    Tsuas muaj 2 yam xwb uas ua rau Koom Haum
    ASEAN tsis muaj cuab kav ua tau dab tsi rau SUAV/CHINA...
     
    1. TSEEM NTSHAW KEV UA LAG LUAM NROG SUAV/CHINA
    2. NTSHAI SUAV/CHINA QHOV MILITARY POWER
     
    Thaum 10 lub teb chaws...ASEAN...nov tuaj sib ntsib sib tham ces
    NYIAS TSUAS MUAB NYIAS KEV NYOB KEV NOJ LOS SAIB HLOB
    TSHAJ TXOJ KEV KOOM TEB KOOM CHAW...KOOM SIAB KOOM NTSWS
    UA KE LOS TAWM TSAM YUS TUS YEEB NCUAB # 1 ( CHINA )
     
    Vim li nov 10 lub teb chaws Southeast Asian Countries nov thiaj li
    tsis muam peev xwm yuav tuav tau tes los tawm tsam 1 tus yeeb ncuab twg li...
     
    Txhais tias...lub Koom Haum ASEAN...nov tsuas lam teeb tseg rau ntawd xwb
    Tab sis yeej ua tsis tau 1 yam dej num tseem ceeb dab tsi li...
     
    TSEEM TSHUAV DEB HEEV 10 LUB TEB CHAWS NOV
    THIAJ MAM LI YUAV TAUG TAU...EUROPEAN UNION...TUS NEEV TAW...
    Txawm lub caij nyoog twb tau dhau los lawm tau 50 lub xyoo...!
     


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  15. Nujtxeeg added a post in a topic Ntseeg Tshaj Plaws   

     
    HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY - HOW CHRISTIANITY WAS INVENTED
     
    JESUS & CHRISTIANITY
    WERE CREATED/INVENTED BY THE LATE LEADERS OF THE ROMAN RULERS
    CALLED...THE FLAVIAN FAMILY...FROM YEAR 69 AD to 96 AD
     
    The EMPEROR named...TIDUS FLAVIUS...
    ACTUALLY WAS THE CHARACTER OF JESUS HIMSELF...
     

    EMPEROR...TITUS FLAVIUS
    IS ACTUALLY BECAME....JESUS CHRIST....IN THE STORY

    FIND OUT FOR YOURSELF....!
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