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formalnie
2010-09-01, 12:55
I want to learn a language spoken by largely by right-wing, nationalist, ethnocentrists. At the moment I'm leaning towards Turkish.

Suggestions?

CoolSpecs
2010-09-01, 12:56
Japanese

Baboon
2010-09-01, 12:57
Kolean!!!

CoolSpecs
2010-09-01, 13:02
What's the most widely-spoken language in Zimbabwe?
EDIT: sorry, I think they're left-wingers there.

Froll
2010-09-01, 13:17
Afrikaner

Semitic Duwa
2010-09-01, 13:34
Hebrew;)

Silk
2017-08-25, 06:35
Arabic, Mandarin, Hindi, Quebec French, and Mexican Spanish.

Janos
2017-08-26, 21:17
Japanese.

NixYO
2017-08-26, 23:46
Arabic, Mandarin, Hindi, Quebec French, and Mexican Spanish.
Why do you consider Quebec French to be a right-wing language, and why aren't Russian, Polish, Serbian, Corsican, Modern Greek, Afrikaans, American English, Türkish, Farsi, Dari, Pashto, Nahuatl, Runa Simi, Guarani, Hebrew, Hungarian, Somali, Lugbara, Kakwa, Rwanda-Rundi, Zulu, Xhosa, Bengali and Urdu on the list? ;)

EliasAlucard
2017-09-02, 11:41
The original right-wing language is Neo-Assyrian Akkadian, as far as I'm concerned ;) Neo-Babylonian Akkadian was not a right-wing dialect of Akkadian however. Assyrian Aramaic (all dialects, modern and ancient, actually make that all Aramaic languages, even non-Assyrian dialects) has always been the ultimate left-wing language :evilgrin:

Left-wing Aramaic was also perfected by the Jews.

Wojewoda
2017-09-02, 12:26
If "the Left" starts with anti-Feudal French revolution then "the Right" must be pre-revolutionary Feudal Europe.

Therefore Latin and German?