Author: Operation X
Operation X is a team of innovative language learners who wish to save, promote and study indigenous languages, integrate culturally and linguistically and philosophically with the respective language communities and earn community membership through hard work aimed at adopting and respecting the existing linguistic, cultural and philosophical norms of each community, and finally make each language thus acquired one of the official languages of the non-profit "Foundation Operation X for languages, cultures and perspectives." The languages that our non-profit Foundation officially recognises include (but are not limited to) Klaaifrysk, Wâldfrysk, Aasters, Westers, Eilaunders, Hielepes, Mòlkòrres, Seeltersk, Wangerōgersc, Harlingerland Frisian, Wursten Frisian, Upgant Frisian, Hâtstinge frêsh, Brêkleme frêsh, Trölstruper Freesch, Hoolmer Freesch, Hoorninger Fräisch, Bêrgeme frêsh, Halifreesk, Ingsbüllinge frėsh, Risemer Frasch, Naischöspeler Freesk, Hoorblinger Freesk, Halunder, Amring, Aasdring, Weesdring, Söl'ring, Hogelandster Grunnegers, Oostfreesk, and övdalsk.
Peep, Peep! New Additions to Our Quail Family
Why We Should Abandon the Terms ‘Subculture,’ ‘Cult/Sect,’ and ‘Dialect’: On the Problematic Nature of Using the Terms ‘Subculture,’ ‘Cult/Sect,’ and ‘Dialect’
Reviving the Lost Frisian Language of Hattstedt: Preserving a Unique Southern Goesharde Frisian Language
How Learning Languages Can Save Them: The Power of Individual Efforts in Saving Endangered Languages
Two Drafts for a New Mission Statement: Feedback Needed
Why the Term ‘Dialect’ is Offensive and Inappropriate
Defining Frysk: The Search for Suitable Terminology
What Is the Etymology of the Ethnonym Chērūscī in Latin or Χηροῦσκοι in Ancient Greek?
My New Year Resolutions for 2023
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