Ban Spanish!

A new Millenial story to shake your heads to:

spanish
Shake it, baby, shake it now

Öh. :/ What please? Some points if I may:

  • Learning a new (for you) language isn’t cultural appropriation, it helps communicating with people in other countries. Communication is good, no? It also helps with cultural appropriation but that’s just a side effect. 😉
  • Yes, I’m aware of weeaboos but, sorry, they are their own problem. Not ours. And least of all not a problem for the Japanese people.
  • Spanish isn’t another issue, it’s just another language which is useful to learn.
  • Spanish got its name from Spain, a country in South-West Europe and is in so far a very European language.
  • Spanish is naturally spoken worldwide, a lingua franca if there ever was one. Learning it is hardly cultural appropriation.
  • Spanish is a white language.
  • Why appropriate the German culture now? Germany is the whorehouse of the world since the great exoduses. There is nothing left to appropriate anymore.
  • Natural Spanish speakers outnumber German and English speakers by multitudes, they are hardly a minority.
  • You could even define English as an appropriation of German since both are Indo-Germanic languages. Brits, kiwis, ozzies, ‘muricans, saffas, stop that! We Germans don’t appreciate your appropriation! Go, make your own language!
  • No matter if you’re in college or high school, being able to communicate in whatever third language is indeed a reason to be proud. And it helps with international cooperation, understanding other cultures and appropriate them. And with world peace. But nobody wants that, right?

 

One comment

  1. The most important languages to learn in society today are global..the ones your computer speaks..I would recommend python for example as a second language if you want to participate in future communications with everyone and every thing.

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