Spot The Language 17

Repost from the old blog. Spot the language. Text of an unknown language, plus clues. Answer in the comments.

da še mal razclenim tisto o tehniki – tehnika je en redkih “objektivnih” kazateljev kdo je kašn kitarist – je neka kvantiteta…
recimo pa da ni kvaliteta glasbenika – in ravno zato, ker tehnika in nadrkanost ne doloca o tem, kdo je boljši je še tolk bolj nesmislno govort, da je nekdo boljši?! kaj sploh pomeni boljši?! da se nas je globje dotaknu s svojo muzko – to je popolnoma subjektivna ocena…
zato je za moje pojme ful brezveze o tem govort….. mene pac folk navduši in povem, al pa mi gre ob dolocenih wannabejih na bruhanje – tisto pa se trudim skrivat – ampak vcas vseeno udari na dan….
p.s. Malmsteen je meni en najvecjih kretenov med kitaristi (všec mi je ena plata + ene 3 komadi …poslušam ga 1x na 6 let – po obnašanju pa je totaln kmetavzar…) – zame je ideal kitarista nekje med Jason Backerjem, Marty Friedmanom in pa Dime-jem pa ok…
recimo Zakk Wyldom – in tu mislim tudi attitude, ne samo igranje …po drugi strani pa me fascinirajo stili ala Tim Calvert & Jeff Loomis s svojim cist odpicenim stilom arabske melodije – arpediosi, k so cist narobe in cudni + slajdi – in pa vibe, ki ga oddajata je alienski
Dejzi je moj najboljš prjatu…
OK, šala (kot vedno)…Ampak tale pa ne vem ce lahk ti meni ocitaš s svojim bohotenjem po forumih…Ce ti je clovek na pogled antipaticen potem še nima zarad tega, al karkol si že s tem mislu…Za moje ucke je tut bolj prijeten pogled na kakšno fejst deklino ku pa na tebe (naprimer) pa ne bom zaradi tega ožigosal tvojega karakterja…
Sej vem, da ne mislš nc slabga ne meni ne komu drugemu sam gobec pa moram mal stegnit (tko kot ga ti) Pa še to…Hvala za vse pohvale (kontra nazaj) ampak res mi take stvari zlo mal pomenijo kar se tice muske, ker pa mislm da sem cist zares in se zavedam stvari, ki jih pocnem…Casi, ko sem rabu sem in tja kakšno samopotrditev (s pomocjo drugih) so že zdavnaj minili, pa še takrat jih je bilo bolj malo…
Z musko se ukvarjam izkljucno zato, ker mi to paše in to me vec kot zadovoljuje…pa rad se mal pozajebavam…pa rad mal pofilozofiram…pa prevec cajta imam na šihtu, da lahk vism na internetu in pricam gluposti…to je to…Klasicen

Here is a new language for you all! This is actually not the literary language, but is instead a slangy form of the language used mostly by young people on the Internet.
The people who speak this language are worried that it is going to die out. The main reason they worry about this is due to a small number of speakers. But if you have at least a couple million speakers, and this one does, then you are pretty much doing all right in today’s world, especially if you are the language of a country, as this European one is.
Most of the languages of this family are written with a non-Latin alphabet, but some of them use a modified Latin alphabet, as this one does. This is one of the few languages in Indo-European that has preserved the dual grammatical number.
Rust Belt, Chicago and Cleveland. Some of the finest forests in Europe, half a nation, oak, beech, spruce, fir and pine.
Teeming with species vanished from most of the continent: Edible doormouse, European wildcat, Eurasian lynx, red fox, Eurasian brown bear, Eurasian wolf, Beech marten, golden jackal, Chamois, Alpine ibex, Marble trout, Horned viper, grass snake, Tawny owl, Long-Eared owl, Eagle owl, Short-toed eagle, White stork. Bottlenose dolphins cavorting in the Gulf.
Towering peaks, Julians, Karavankes, Kamniks, Dinarics range. A quarter of a nation in caves, Classical Karst.
Melania Knauss, Peter Handke, George Voinovich, Amy Klobuchar, Tom Harkin, Charles Kuralt, Micky Dolenz, Slavoj Žižek. Donald Trump’s wife, fiction authors, politicians, TV journalists, Monkey drummers and Stalinist sociologist/philosopher/cultural critics.
Prosciutto ham, Teran red wine, Carolinian sausage. World famous Lipizzan horses.
First to Frankia, then, in Translatio imperii, East Francia ceded to Otto I, first of the emperors.
Neither holy, nor Roman, nor an empire, yet the Dynastic Ruler of the Romans, the Monarchy of the Habichtsburg House, ruled the land for nearly a millenia. Catholic to the core, Catholic counter-reformation reaction with Ferdinand leading the way, all of the Protestants expelled in a dim memory of 400 years, and the legacy of Papist reaction remains.
Yet only 57% venture to the pews to kneel today, and Reformation Day is a national holiday, such a turnabout.
Revolutions of 1848 came, Spring of Nations, Year of Revolution, the Manifesto set to type, but it all came to naught, and reaction just hardened across the continent.
In 1941, three aggressors each took a bite, and nothing was left, Ostmark took the biggest chomp of all. The partisans fought back with ferocity, the occupiers launched Plan Black and Operation White, night and day massacres.
In a collaborationist camp next door, 400,000 were burned by the capital U as priests in Franciscan robes blessed the killers. At Bleiburg, after cessation, there was retribution, and 15,000 Pavelic gangsters ate dirt. By ’45, a nation bathed in blood, 1.7 million in the ground, and Josip at the helm.
A per capita income of $28,000+/yr, but most of the economy is state-owned, enough to make a socialist smile. Northerners, hard working, industrious, punctual and dour, resent the slackers of the South in the tradition seen across the globe. The bill (pre-Euro) used to be the tolar – I bet you never heard of that one!

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7 thoughts on “Spot The Language 17”

  1. Slovenia. I got that last time too. Funny that. Zizek was the give away. Did they also give us the word slovenly? Are they a byword for careless attire?
    What’s this capital U? Not Ustase? Was that not Croatia? Or something else? ‘collaborationist camp’? What’s that – a camp run by (rather than for) collaborators, I suppose? 700, 000 were burned? Are you not mixing them up with Croatia? 700k what? Did the carelessly clad collaborators criminally croak Ks of kikes (colloquial) and kindred conspirators?

    1. It was part of Yugoslavia back then.
      Ustashe were the Nazi collaborationists in Croatia next door. 700,000 were killed by the Ustashe at their famous concentration camp. They killed Jews, Serbs, Gypsies, lots of people. They killed lots of Serbs. One third of Serbs were to be forcibly converted, one third expelled and one third killed.
      The Bleiburg Massacre, where 15,000 surrendered Axis forces and civilian supporters from Slovenia and Croatia were killed by the Yugoslav partisans, took place in Slovenia, so the Ustache stuff is relevant.

  2. I read a horrible story about a throat cutting competition between 2 Ustashe, in some caves somewhere; the object was to see who could slit the most Serbian throats in a day, the victims being quickly brought to them one after another like an assembly line – I think both contestants managed over 1000. There sure are some sick variations on the human condition.

  3. Oh – I forgot that Slovenia was part of Yugoslavia. Of course. If I’m not paying attention I mix up Slovenia and Slovakia – easy to do.

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