The "Nimrodic" language vs. the "post-Babelian" languages

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The German language's pro-logic & anti-logic (i.e. obfuscationist and post-Babelian nationalist) peculiarities

In this article, I compare the "Nimrodic" language English, with other "post-Babelian" languages, in particular Hoch Deutsch, or "High German" .

 

A litttle bit of history:

(secular enough, don't worry; or, if not, secularize it in order to remove "hyper-Black Sun" influence)

"The confusion of tongues (confusio linguarum) is the origin "myth" for the fragmentation of human languages described in the Book of Genesis 11:1–9, as a result of the construction [or rather, destruction, in the time of Khufu] of the Tower of Babel".