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PostPosted: Sat Mar 23, 2013 4:57 pm
by NicoChristian
I've recently been on a few Pashto language courses and have started learning the language in my own time and at work. I've only been learning the spoken language not the written text. Pashto is the most widespread language in Afghanistan for those who don't know. Do you think that Pashto was ever a White language or spoken by Whites? Obviously now it's not, but may be during antiquity. For example Hebrew is no longer the mother tongue of any pure White nowadays, but it is nonetheless a White language. I was wondering if Pashto falls into this category? The same for many other languages, Latin is no longer spoken as a mother tongue by any Whites because it's a dead language. The writing uses Arabic script due to muslim influence, but apart from that I'm not so sure about it's full origins.

Re: Pashto

PostPosted: Sat Mar 23, 2013 8:43 pm
by Fenwick
Well the Pashto do have very white features (though impure) and a philosophical system that seems to be based on the Mosaic commandments. Some people have nominated them as the Lost Tribes and if I recall, Bill Finck mentions them in relation to the Scythians in one of his essays.

Their language is probably bastardised and drifted like the Hebrew the jews pretend to speak today and the Farsi of the Persians, but it is an Indo-European language, a collective that should include Hebrew but doesn't in popular academia because of obfuscation and prejudice. But any language that is Indo-European, at one point was spoken by whites.

Re: Pashto

PostPosted: Sun Mar 24, 2013 12:16 pm
by NicoChristian
Appreciated, thanks.