If General Vang Pao died at the Vietnam PP

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If General Vang Pao died before the Vietnam War: 

I f General Vang Pao died before the Vietnam War Sandra Xiong Somchit Xiong Period:6

Background: 

Background December 8, 1929 – January 6, 2011 Lieutenant General in the Royal Lao Army & a leader in the Hmong American community in the United States He help the American fought in the Vietnam war.

if General Vang Pao died before the Vietnam War?: 

if General Vang Pao died before the Vietnam War? The Vietnam soldiers captured all of the Hmong people.

Because: 

Because The ethnic Hmong faced persecution and were killed which resulted in near-genocidal conditions and led to a mass exodus of Hmong people across the Mekong River into Thailand. And the majority faced Communist retribution for siding with America.

If General Vang Pao died before the Vietnam War: 

If General Vang Pao died before the Vietnam War The Hmong people would not have come to the United States.

Because: 

Because The Hmong people were rounded up by local Thai authorities and forcibly sent back to Laos. Thailand never signed the United Nations Convention on Refugees, where protection is granted.

If General Vang Pao died before the Vietnam: 

If General Vang Pao died before the Vietnam The Hmong people would not participate in the Vietnam War.

Because: 

Because There were no Hmong leaders to lead them in the war. And they don’t know what or who to follow since General Vang Pao was their first leader who led them.

What would the world be different?: 

What would the world be different? The people in the United States would not know who the Hmong people are. And the Hmong people would have no education, live in poverty, no freedom, and they would be put under surveillance by the Vietnamese government .

Citations: 

Citations http://thediplomat.com/2011/12/no-justice-for-hmong-refugees/ http://content.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2005706,00.html http://lfcempowerment.org/AboutGVP/tabid/274/Default.aspx