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What language is this? Kashubian or Silesian?


Veles - | 164
13 Aug 2016 #31
Poles don't speak Russian language - Belarusians do. Poles don't name their kids "Ivan" - Belarusians do. Poles don't use Cyrillic alphabet - Belarusians do. What else do you need?
OP Bartkowiak 5 | 114
13 Aug 2016 #32
But the letters such as Ë and Ú don't exist in Belarusian or Ukrainian or even Russian and they appear on the letter.
Veles - | 164
13 Aug 2016 #33
Are you trolling me?
OP Bartkowiak 5 | 114
13 Aug 2016 #34
Niet, I'm just asking why letters which don't exist in East Slavic languages are present on the letter.
Veles - | 164
13 Aug 2016 #35
They do appear.
Sparks11 - | 335
14 Aug 2016 #36
Since when did the E with two dots above it cease to exist in Russian cyrillic? It makes a "yo" sound? Are you retarded?
Crow 137 | 7,988
30 Oct 2019 #37
There was beautiful rapport on Serbian TV about Kashubs, native Europeans. It was about Kashubian past, present and future. They suffered greatly under the Germanic yoke and later also, what surprised me, got injustice from Poles, too. It should be contradiction in itself but I kind of understand reasons.

From all Slavic languages Kashubian is closest to Serbian language and it is even logical. Kashubs and Serbs perfectly understand each others. Kashubs are remain of that first Sarmatian (ie Serbian) backbone that stretched from Balkan ice age refugium, via Lusatia, to the Baltic- in old records known as Serbian ocean (Oceanus Sarmaticus). In past Kashubs held entire coast of Baltic sea. In old Roman records, Kashubs are those Serbs Serbs, while bulk of populace of other Sarmats were considered to be younger offspring of that original Balkan-Baltic backbone. In fact they are in great deal paternal (older/ancestral) population to Poles. They are those Sarmats remembered in Polish legends as ancestral Sarmatian/Arian population. They other parts of Polish lineage coming from Crimean ice age refugium, Black sea (that was in fact lake 5000 years ago) and even more eastern all the way to Siberia (that in past had its warmer phases).

>>>> youtube.com/watch?v=h8QCGg9MYRE

Video above speak of old German sources that mention Kashubs as `Slavinjaci` or `Kashubian Serbs` (video on 16:50). On video 3:05, Kashub says that German Rugen was in past named Rujan and was most important religious site of Svetovid... Grafitovic nobles ruled Rujan at a time of free Arkona... that Danes destroyed Rujan because Kashubs held to their old faith. On video 6:50 professor Jezi Nagel speaks of deep Kashubian loyalty to Poland and Slavic world.... Kashubs are old native people in past known as Veneti, Sorabi and Vendi.


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