|From:||Abrigon Gusiq <abrigon@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, July 7, 2002, 23:40|
Sadly by forcing Irish Gaelic on people, they likely seperate themselves
other places that speak a related lingo, but who would not care to join
with the Erse Gaelic speakers..
Places that are currently rejoing the Celtic lingo world, like Cornwall,
or places like Brittany, Nova Scotia (speaking a mixture of Erse and
Scot Gaelic), Mann (who used to speak a local version of Gaelic), Wales
Seen the like, in places where they by swollowing their pride, would
gain others to speak a form of the Lingo. Example could be places where
they speak Navajo, which has relations in Apache and Northern Athabaskan
like Gwichin and Kuyokon.
Better to join as one and be something new (like a natural occuring
Conlang), or sink in old pride.