GPL needs to be recognized as the innate societal evil it has become. It must be hijacked until we slowly develop lingual awareness. link related.

Definition of innate: inborn, natural, native
An "innate evil" is an evil so natural and native that it may go unnoticed for its danger.

Enter modern English, especially modern American English, aka GPL (GOYIM PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE). I declare that modern American English is an innate evil. Here's why.

Most, if not all modern American English (GPL) expressions that we hear nowadays, everyday, in public discourse have origins decades ago in ivy league schools, just like the one mentioned in the linked article (term: asian American) . Now, we all know the ethno/religious makeup of most ivy league professors is heavily semitic of the jewish persuasion. This being said, modern american English, the English heard and spoken in America today is a product of decades of ivy league jewish social engineering and programming, hence the name GPL.

Take the term "white" for instance (referring to white people). Why is it that americans of European descent are all lumped together with the collective term "white" in the media and academia while all other ethnic groups in America have their special nomenclatures separating and distinguishing their identity? Did this happen by chance? By accident? Or was this done by design?

What does "white" mean anyway? Not much apparently, for there are countless examples of jews in the media masquerading behind the "white" identity and using the term to describe themselves. Its a cheap term. A very subtle racial epithet that appears to be just a word, but the end result of its usage is an insult to everything European. It has been designed and engineered to denigrate and disparage the salt of the earth in America, the true heirs of the American legacy, and give the jews another psychological safe haven in which they can conceal their parasitic behavior. So the people of European descent in America, the very sons and daughters of the founders and writers of the declaration of independence and constitution are the cheap everyday "whites" while all the foreigners and leeches have their special nomenclatures. "Asian American", "African American". Has it ever occurred to you that if you ever went to any country in Africa or Asia, and even if you lived and settled down there, if you ever were so stupid to try and claim yourself to be an American Nigerian, or an American Korean, you might get a few laughs from some women or children. But if you persist and try to establish yourself as such, you will most likely get first reprimanded and then your ass beaten by the local men for whom national identity and a sense of origin is no joke. So why then have we allowed ourselves to be engineered to not caring about our own national identity? Have we no sense of origin, of tradition?

But more importantly what is the solution? One thing I do in normal social discourse is to take great offense when someone else uses the word "white". If its someone I know, I explain to them that I'm not "white". I am American, of European stock, my ancestors where Irish and German. If they're interested I might tell them more. But I usually just leave it at that. To other people I don't know, especially browns and blacks at work, when they say the word "white" I just shoot them a look and "say who are you calling white". This always catches them completely off guard and they don't know what to do. I don't say anything else, even if they reply. I just leave it at that, with them knowing that someone takes offense at their presence and if they value their job they might want to think about the words they use. If it ever becomes a real situation with management, I'll explain that everyone has to refer to them as
African Americans or whatever and they likewise need to such terms for others. In this way I hijack the terms invented by the ivy league jews to put the browns and blacks on social pedestals. German American has a nice ring to it. It forces the browns and blacks to think about who they really are all over again.

But back to the subject at hand. This modern American English, this GPL, this one of the things at the core of what has created the current social climate of American disparity where the heirs of the great American legacy are subject at all levels to a societal and therefore economic tyranny of minority jewish and foreign influence. It includes as well all the ebonics and other grammatical and linguic garbage we hear every day on tv and in printed word. It is so pervasive that so much negro ghetto slang has become so colloquial that most European Americans have completely lost any identity of who they are. Teach your children and everyone you have influence over proper English and correct your friends when they use negrified jibberish. Read. Find out where your ancestors came from and learn the languages they spoke.

The next time you hear someone say "Asian American" ask them what would happen if you went to their country and tried to frame your self as an American Chinese, or and American Japanese and just leave it at that. Dont get in an argument, just make that point and leave the situation right there. This will probably embarrass them or stump them for words, as Asians, unlike blacks, are very aware and smart enough to know that they are taking advantage of the average American person's naivete when using such terms as "Asian American". They may even try to pretend and say you'd be welcome there. If they do, you just reply with "yeah right" and leave it at that. That's it - no more conversation. Because your not doing this to embarrass the Asian. Your doing it to raise the awareness of the other American people watching the exchange.

Only when this GPL, this disgusting modern English has been completely exposed and its users embarrassed, and we realize on a day to day basis that our own language is paramount to our national sovereignty and identity will we be one step closer to existing in this land as our forefathers intended.
 

MechaPregnantAnneFrank

I bully nerds in the name of Jesus Christ
Old World Underground
Definition of innate: inborn, natural, native
An "innate evil" is an evil so natural and native that it may go unnoticed for its danger.

Enter modern English, especially modern American English, aka GPL (GOYIM PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE). I declare that modern American English is an innate evil. Here's why.

Most, if not all modern American English (GPL) expressions that we hear nowadays, everyday, in public discourse have origins decades ago in ivy league schools, just like the one mentioned in the linked article (term: asian American) . Now, we all know the ethno/religious makeup of most ivy league professors is heavily semitic of the jewish persuasion. This being said, modern american English, the English heard and spoken in America today is a product of decades of ivy league jewish social engineering and programming, hence the name GPL.

Take the term "white" for instance (referring to white people). Why is it that americans of European descent are all lumped together with the collective term "white" in the media and academia while all other ethnic groups in America have their special nomenclatures separating and distinguishing their identity? Did this happen by chance? By accident? Or was this done by design?

What does "white" mean anyway? Not much apparently, for there are countless examples of jews in the media masquerading behind the "white" identity and using the term to describe themselves. Its a cheap term. A very subtle racial epithet that appears to be just a word, but the end result of its usage is an insult to everything European. It has been designed and engineered to denigrate and disparage the salt of the earth in America, the true heirs of the American legacy, and give the jews another psychological safe haven in which they can conceal their parasitic behavior. So the people of European descent in America, the very sons and daughters of the founders and writers of the declaration of independence and constitution are the cheap everyday "whites" while all the foreigners and leeches have their special nomenclatures. "Asian American", "African American". Has it ever occurred to you that if you ever went to any country in Africa or Asia, and even if you lived and settled down there, if you ever were so stupid to try and claim yourself to be an American Nigerian, or an American Korean, you might get a few laughs from some women or children. But if you persist and try to establish yourself as such, you will most likely get first reprimanded and then your ass beaten by the local men for whom national identity and a sense of origin is no joke. So why then have we allowed ourselves to be engineered to not caring about our own national identity? Have we no sense of origin, of tradition?

But more importantly what is the solution? One thing I do in normal social discourse is to take great offense when someone else uses the word "white". If its someone I know, I explain to them that I'm not "white". I am American, of European stock, my ancestors where Irish and German. If they're interested I might tell them more. But I usually just leave it at that. To other people I don't know, especially browns and blacks at work, when they say the word "white" I just shoot them a look and "say who are you calling white". This always catches them completely off guard and they don't know what to do. I don't say anything else, even if they reply. I just leave it at that, with them knowing that someone takes offense at their presence and if they value their job they might want to think about the words they use. If it ever becomes a real situation with management, I'll explain that everyone has to refer to them as
African Americans or whatever and they likewise need to such terms for others. In this way I hijack the terms invented by the ivy league jews to put the browns and blacks on social pedestals. German American has a nice ring to it. It forces the browns and blacks to think about who they really are all over again.

But back to the subject at hand. This modern American English, this GPL, this one of the things at the core of what has created the current social climate of American disparity where the heirs of the great American legacy are subject at all levels to a societal and therefore economic tyranny of minority jewish and foreign influence. It includes as well all the ebonics and other grammatical and linguic garbage we hear every day on tv and in printed word. It is so pervasive that so much negro ghetto slang has become so colloquial that most European Americans have completely lost any identity of who they are. Teach your children and everyone you have influence over proper English and correct your friends when they use negrified jibberish. Read. Find out where your ancestors came from and learn the languages they spoke.

The next time you hear someone say "Asian American" ask them what would happen if you went to their country and tried to frame your self as an American Chinese, or and American Japanese and just leave it at that. Dont get in an argument, just make that point and leave the situation right there. This will probably embarrass them or stump them for words, as Asians, unlike blacks, are very aware and smart enough to know that they are taking advantage of the average American person's naivete when using such terms as "Asian American". They may even try to pretend and say you'd be welcome there. If they do, you just reply with "yeah right" and leave it at that. That's it - no more conversation. Because your not doing this to embarrass the Asian. Your doing it to raise the awareness of the other American people watching the exchange.

Only when this GPL, this disgusting modern English has been completely exposed and its users embarrassed, and we realize on a day to day basis that our own language is paramount to our national sovereignty and identity will we be one step closer to existing in this land as our forefathers intended.
NotSure, did you really expect us to not realize it was you?
 

bean_ shooter

Well-known member
Old World Underground
That's a lot of words you used there to just say " Jews are using our language to destroy us, and we're letting them get away with it ".
 

Rum Pilot

Regular-Type Dude
Thoughts are expressed in words. The number of words you know - your vocabulary - determines (to a significant degree) the potential complexity of your thoughts.

So, the larger vocabulary, the smarter the person.

On the same note, if a person has a corrupted vocabulary the person's thoughts will be corrupt, ineffective, or twisted.

This is why "Politically Correct" language is so pervasive. It's used as a control mechanism.
 

Hakkikt

Member
Old World Underground
Rambling OP gave me a headache. Language is fluid, dynamic. There's nothing evil about it any more than a gun is evil, or a knife. You yourself absolutely fail to in the OP demonstrate anything innate about the language ("American English") and in fact admit in your own post its' direction by "Ivy league" types, as though this is something that wouldn't have occurred if we were speaking Swahili or something else.

Ramble ramble ramble… You don't like the term "white". Ok. There is an argument here, it is something I have heard before, but it's stupid.

Firstly, "white" as an identifier predates all of this hyphen-American nonsense by a good half-century at the least, and likely twice or triple that. It's also a purely utilitarian term, and a unifying one at that - getting rid of it because some Jewish sociologist tries to diminish the term by revealing its artificiality is stupid, and even stupider is surrendering in the face of that action to cling instead towards another identifying term, which is ultimately just as artificial to said sociologist.

Secondly, "Asian" or "African" are exclusionary modifiers; the obvious implication that is lost here is that there is a default "American" population which is none of these things. Prefacing American with "Italian", or "Irish" or "German" is so much as to say that the subject is not the norm, not the default "American". And, coming back to my first point, these identities in the American context are just as artificial (or more-so, even) than "whiteness", and serve absolutely no positive purpose other than fragmenting an already ruthlessly disorganized white dissident movement. Hell, if every white person in the US tomorrow decided to go by some hyphenated identity based upon their dominant European country of origin, the Jews you complain about hiding behind the term of whiteness would simply follow suit as "Russian-Americans" or "German-Americans". This is the nature of language and of stated identity - they are entirely malleable concepts and you control the language by being persistent, not by surrendering.

Furthermore, the language of the United States since its very inception has been and remains English, "American" or otherwise. If you want to speak German or Italian or whatever instead you can fuck right off back to Europe, really. I'd just as soon suppress other European languages reaching predominance here as I would suppress Ebonics and bean-speak.

*On the topic of the link, by the way, the conclusion its own authors draw is that the creation of this "Asian-American" umbrella term gave them additional power when it came to influence and 'advocacy'. How the demonstrated utility of the umbrella with regard to Asians somehow infers the opposite with regard to "White", or "American" itself, I have no idea.
 
You yourself absolutely fail to in the OP demonstrate anything innate about the language ("American English")....
Yeah well, I mean...shucks. I just...I just can't... what I mean is...people misunderstand me a lot and it's just so frustrating! Gosh!
No, but seriously, your quote above, with the ("American English") trying to quote my post, I think shows a misunderstanding for everything I said. Because I never once said "American English" without putting the word modern in front of it. I actually even stated that specifically first. What I meant by modern American English was the language that contains terms like "asian American" as if asians or africans can be American. Where did that come from? Because I think that's pretty evil. In fact I think it's innately evil that asians can come to America and claim some kind of birthright citizen ship to being American and then with modern English create and establish a word like "Asian American". Because I'm sure there weren't any Asians or Africans signing the declaration of independence, only Americans, meaning people of European descent on the American continent. But I guess your arguing that with your "language is fluid, dynamic". That sounds like some kind of platitude. That sounds like something an art graduate would say. So what are the coefficients for the fluidity and dynamism of language? Have the language scientists worked that out yet? Hope your mommy gave you some aspirin for that headache.
 

Hakkikt

Member
Old World Underground
Yeah well, I mean...shucks. I just...I just can't... what I mean is...people misunderstand me a lot and it's just so frustrating! Gosh!
No, but seriously, your quote above, with the ("American English") trying to quote my post, I think shows a misunderstanding for everything I said. Because I never once said "American English" without putting the word modern in front of it. I actually even stated that specifically first. What I meant by modern American English was the language that contains terms like "asian American" as if asians or africans can be American. Where did that come from? Because I think that's pretty evil. In fact I think it's innately evil that asians can come to America and claim some kind of birthright citizen ship to being American and then with modern English create and establish a word like "Asian American". Because I'm sure there weren't any Asians or Africans signing the declaration of independence, only Americans, meaning people of European descent on the American continent. But I guess your arguing that with your "language is fluid, dynamic". That sounds like some kind of platitude. That sounds like something an art graduate would say. So what are the coefficients for the fluidity and dynamism of language? Have the language scientists worked that out yet? Hope your mommy gave you some aspirin for that headache.
How do you quantify cultural deviation? Words and phrases lose and take new meaning all the time - the language we speak today is markedly different from what is technically the same language, spoken 40, 50 years ago, let alone a 100 or 200. You can argue about what words to use to describe this factor, but it exists, it is demonstrable reality.

I don't really understand what else it is you are going on about in this post, as it is no clearer than your OP, but I can offer assistance in understanding my word choice in case you misunderstood what I meant. Perhaps it will lend you a new appreciation for how words acquire many meanings in a living language.

Definitions:
fluidity
[flo͞oˈidədē]

NOUN

  1. the ability of a substance to flow easily.
    "lead especially assists in the fluidity of the molten metal"
    • smooth elegance or grace.
      "they moved with supreme skill and graceful fluidity"
    • the state of being unsettled or unstable; changeability.
      "tactical considerations can change rapidly given the fluidity of the situation"

fluid
[ˈflo͞oid]

NOUN
fluid (noun) · fluids (plural noun)

  1. a substance that has no fixed shape and yields easily to external pressure; a gas or (especially) a liquid.
    "we all need several glasses of fluid a day" · "a cleaning fluid"
    synonyms:
    flowing substance · liquid · watery substance · moisture · solution · juice · sap · gas · gaseous substance · vapor
    antonyms:
    solid
ADJECTIVE
fluid (adjective)

  1. (of a substance) able to flow easily.
    "the paint is more fluid than tube watercolors" · "a fluid medium"
    • not settled or stable; likely or able to change.
      "our plans are still fluid" · "the fluid political situation of the 1930s"
    • smoothly elegant or graceful.
      "her movements were fluid and beautiful to watch"
    • (of a clutch or coupling) using a liquid to transmit power.

dynamic
[dīˈnamik]

ADJECTIVE

  1. (of a process or system) characterized by constant change, activity, or progress.
    "a dynamic economy"
    synonyms:
    modern · liberal · advanced · forward-looking · forward-thinking · go-ahead ·
    [more]
  2. (of a person) positive in attitude and full of energy and new ideas.
    "she's dynamic and determined"
    synonyms:
    energetic · spirited · active · lively · zestful · vital · vigorous · strong · forceful ·
    [more]
  3. relating to the volume of sound produced by an instrument, voice, or recording.
    "an astounding dynamic range"
  4. electronics
    (of a memory device) needing to be refreshed by the periodic application of a voltage.
 
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