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March of the Evil Empires : English versus the Feudal Languages

By VED from Victoria Institutions

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Title: March of the Evil Empires : English versus the Feudal Languages  
Author: VED from Victoria Institutions
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Philosophy, Feudal language
Collections: Sociology, Authors Community, Education
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Publisher: Victoria Institutions


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This is a book containing a revolutionary idea about understanding society, human behaviour, history, anthropological features and many other aspects of human beings. The basic understanding that is being put forward is that languages, which are the software for human communication, are powerful media, which not only can help in communication, but also does contain extremely powerful designs and programs, which literally design all societies. Languages are actually powerful machines that can create a definite and pre-definable pattern, along which all human beings arrange themselves, to form different societies. Different type of languages forms different type of societies. For instance, a group of persons who think and talk in Tamil would form a society, which would have remarkable Tamil features, and identifiable behaviour patterns. A group of persons who do the same thing in Spanish would display definite Spanish looks, demeanour, behaviour and social pattern and arrangement. An English speaking society would be having its own definite looks and, also a very easily identifiable interpersonal interaction configuration.

This is my first book on feudal languages. The first draft of this book was made in the ending months of 1989. However, it was in 2000 that I could complete the book. The book has been online ever since. It has been downloaded many times from various web locations. Only very few printed copies have been sold. I wrote this book in a very hurried pace. For, I had feeling that I would never get the time and mental space to complete this book. However, after writing this book, I have written many other books. The central idea in this pioneering book is that language/s of a social system hold almost all codes that designs it. Looking at this idea from pristine-English, one may not understand what I am trying to convey. For, English a sort of planar-language. Everything and everyone are placed in a single plain in the language codes. There is only one single YOU, YOUR, YOURS, HE, HIS, HIM, SHE, HER HERS &c. In feudal languages, there are many levels for all of these words of addressing or referring to. Feudal languages create human emotions, which cannot be even imagined in a pristine-English mind. In fact, feudal-language speech has ferocious carnivorous codes. This is the real problem that has historically affected all feudal language nations. People are wary of being addressed or referred to by persons, who do not come in the same social or functional hierarchy in which they belong and they are at home. For, the persons who are outside this hierarchy can use any level of usages which they want and can get away with. However, when a feudal-language speaker arrives in a native-English nation, they experience a mental feeling of some great kind of salvation. In fact, individuals who have lived at the various lower levels in their own native-locations find that they have no more, higher positions or individuals when they reach a native-English nation. However, it is a very complicated scenario. In feudal language nations, a slender percent of the individuals live on the various upper levels, enforcing the terrific verbal crushing on the various other individuals. But then, the lower placed populations do have a very powerful weapon in their hands. If they use the same crushing verbal usages on their higher-ups, the higher-ups would literally fall into a very dirty-stinking gorge. In fact, the exact social scenario inside a feudal-language nation is that of a slender percent of the individuals continually keeping a wide array of populations defined as some level of excrement. At the same time, the lower-placed populations exist with a powerful mood of intimidation that they can literally catch the upper-side individual and drop him or her into an excrement pool at anytime, they can get them in their hands, verbally. This is the exact social intimidation that exists as a sort of un-mentioned understanding in all feudal language nations. When such persons who have arrived in native-English nations are told to go home, it would literally amount to telling them to jump into a cess-pool, unless they are from a socially or financially upper-class in their native–nation. However, most of the social freedoms that they have acquired in their native-English nation of domicile would vanish, the moment they return home. However, this is the exact reason why people in native feudal-language nations find their own nation unattractive, the moment they feel that they can escape to a native-English nation. However, it is a most complicated scenario. In native-English nations, both the two kinds of individuals from the feudal language nations have arrived in large numbers. Both of them arrive at an artificial level of equal stature and heights inside English. However, they both, if examined at their virtual code area, would be found to be quite at different locations from each other and also from the native-English individuals. If and when the feudal-language speakers use their native vernacular on and about native-English speakers, the effect can in many times be that of pulling or pushing a native-English individual into the same cess-pool that has been mentioned above. In feudal-language nations, all individuals take adequate care to see that they allow only acceptable persons into their proximity, physically and otherwise. Here the word ‘acceptable’ is used to convey the sense that only persons who are willing to concede the adequate ‘respect’. They should also be persons who will not use the ‘pulling into the cess-pool’ words. Or they should be persons who are above. The above-persons or the ‘respected’ persons are allowed to use the derogatory words to one. Literally thousands of verbal code-work comes into play in all kinds of everyday situations. None of which can even be imagined in pristine-English. Persons who are interested in the real code-work of how the feudal-language word-codes interact with human beings and their various mental triggers, can read my ‘An impressionistic history of the South Asian Subcontinent’. When native feudal-language speakers use the terrifying lower-indicant words inside native-English nations, about native-English individuals, the latter might get to feel the horrifying relocation that is being forced upon them in the virtual code arena. Persons with feeble mental insights and standards would be immune to the mental trauma and twisting these verbal codes effect. However, persons with some kind of mental sensitivity and insight will get to feel it. Especially, if they have been placed quite low in the verbal codes. Actually almost all the civil violence that are more or less unexplainable in native-English nations can be traced to the influx of feudal languages inside the nations. A particular person’s name can be mentioned in this regard: Adam Purinton. There are many others. Unless native-English nations take-up the issue of feudal languages dismantling the whole antique English language-based social, familial and professional links for a very deep study, their nations will head for quite troubling times. In fact, everything will go wrong. Unexplainable violence, domestic relations going haywire, technological disasters, road-rages, inefficiency causing calamities, traffic issues, and an immensity of unexplainable events would grow up in an exponential manner. For, all human relationships encoded in pristine-English codes are slowly being dismantled and re-set into complicated, twisting and twirling links. The same social code of a few individuals becoming gold and the others converting into various levels of excrement will spread over the nation. If one were to check the feudal-language verbal usages used by feudal-language speakers inside native-English nations, it might be seen that many of them if used about or to a low-level police constable inside feudal languages, would end up in homicide or something quite close. Please remember that this is first book on the theme of feudal languages. I have since written many more. The writing was begun in an age when Internet facilities were literally unknown. The book was finished at the period when Internet facilities were slowly arriving in my location. So, most of the things in this book are literally from my own mind. I had very little ability to cross-check information or to gather from data from other writings. I need to mention that in this new edition of this book, I have relocated the various introductory writings of the earlier versions to the last pages of this book.

A QUOTE from this book about what is in the offing for the USA as feudal languages enter inside the social system: QUOTE: Yet the continuous and incessant bombardment of alien cultural ideology embedded in feudal languages, could create experiences, which are not English and will lead USA to social tensions. Though the extreme emotional disturbances, it causes would be understood as racial feelings and colour discrimination, the real reasons could be the strange, and disturbing social restructuring that is being forced on an easy going English society. Ordinary, peaceful persons would react violently to alien disturbing cultural signals, which are disturbing, and at the same time difficult to understand. With callous indifference, one can claim that America is the melting pot of cultures. If full melting does take place, and an English mould is formed, it is all right. However I have fears that with this severe influx of alien cultures that come with a package of virus software, a stage may come, at least, in certain areas, where the innate resilience of the English structure may be severely tested; and cause much distress to the individual persons; and can in a matter of time, cause domino effect on many other areas, causing strange happenings of technological failure, inefficiency, conflict, hatred, events that may be described with shallow understanding as racially motivated, decent and peaceful persons acting with unnatural violence etc. Rude officialdom, arrogant and trigger-happy police, increasing corruption, insolent attitude to persons who are judged to be doing lower jobs, time-consuming judiciary, rules and regulations, which are laughable in meaning but having a sting from which many get hurt, and a general feeling of hopeless for the solitary individual, as against the might of the society are all general characters of the effect of feudal languages. What has to be borne in mind is that feudal languages do have elements in them, which aim at subjugation; and where they fail to do so, they may at least cause deep mental hurt. That too, in an extremely soft and inconspicuous manner, that it may not be discernible to another person, other than the person who felt it. Though persons who do not know these languages may not actually understand the full significance of each and every word; they may be able to sense the negativity from the body language of the person who says the words, and of the other’s of the same language who may actually understand it. Beyond all this, there may be a factor of mental waves, or energy, which may radiate along with the words, which may have a deeper effect than is currently understood. It could all lead to a lot of side effects, possibly due to a sort of domino effect, and the effect need not be at the place the disturbance took place. Examples could be unexplainable road rages, air rages, shooting of colleagues, and so many actions with criminal overtones, by seemingly decent persons.

Table of Contents
Part I Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 English in comparison with other languages Chapter 3 The overpowering force of a feudal language Heed these words Chapter 4 The International Effect-a preparatory reflection The seeming coincidences Chapter 5 The Nations France Germany Italy Japan China Russia Asian capitalistic countries Hong Kong The South American continent The Middle East United States of America Holland The Jews South Africa Great Britain Part II Chapter 1 Introducing India Chapter 2 The indicant words Indicants Chapter 3 The general social affects Children Mr., Mrs.& Miss. Effects on the young Stunting of Physical Features Chapter 4 The officialdom The officialdom Ashoka Chapter 5 The Police Police Behaviour and Techniques of Investigation Lorry drivers Chapter 6 Efficiency Chapter 7 Women Husband-Wife Relationship Social mobility of Women Consider the following illustrative situations Arranged marriages Marriage of a girl Independence in Women Intimacy between men and women Men’s attitude to women & its effect on women Figure Love Marriages Chapter 8 Family System Divorce Chapter 9 Bureaucracy The sweetness of a government job in India Indian Bureaucratic culture Hierarchy inside the bureaucracy The avoidable disasters An earthquake The guilds The common courtesies in English A quotation from History Effect of abstinence Political control on Bureaucracy Hierarchy from the other end The report dt. dec 26 2003. Making of laws and rules Megalomania Schizophrenia The international dealings Chapter 10 The social affects of a feudal language An introduction Illustration Formation of castes A driver’s experience The debate The Barber Society as a giant Computer Vulnerability of the Black Sheep Untouchables The Blacks in the USA Exploitation Bridging the Class divide Parks and Seaside Democracy Chapter 11 The concept of politeness Hospitality The Metamorphosis of Respect Towering Personalities Manipulation of superiors The instinctive aloofness The lack of courtesy in social scenes in India Chapter 12 A matter of perspective Chapter 13 A factor of anthropology A factor of anthropology Envisaging a behaviour Chapter 14 A brief page on Kerala Chapter 15 The miscellaneous affects Techniques of leadership Towns and Cities of India The incessant movement of population from villages to towns in India Non-Sharing of knowledge The thousand Mutinies Illustrations A humorous story Oriental dynamism The weakening of a people Chapter 16 Dignity of labour To put it briefly The immobility of an employee in a feudal language environment Chapter 17 Teacher and student Parental type of behaviour by so-believed scholars and intellects Chapter 18 The English experience Commitments Macaulay and his theory of filtration Chapter 19 Economy and its connection with the language of the place Language and economy Population Explosion Chapter 20 Social titles and their effect Chapter 21 Revolution Let us see the international scene Chapter 22 The facade of tolerance Contents Volume 2 Part III Chapter 1 On to the wider world What they bring Amar Singh Rathore Chapter 2 The generalisations The Mixing Narration Chapter 3 Children Chapter 4 Emotional stability Chapter 5 Comparative experiences Englishman working under a person from the feudal language area Comparing the Indian Boss, with his English Counterpart What happens to an English minded person when he lives in a feudal language area? Chapter 6 Racial clubs Chapter 7 The colonial British The predicament of the British living in colonies Chapter 8 Dignity of labour; and also on slavery Dignity of Labour Slaves of U.S.A An incident to remember Back to slavery Back to dignity of labour Chapter 9 Social homogeneity Schools with Asian language study Homogeneity From British History Back to School Chapter 10 Nepotism and corruption Kind of people who might be able to migrate to the English countries Chapter 11 Virus in the workplace Virus in the work place Chapter 12 The evil empires The concept of Evil Empires Judicial lynching Chapter 13 Colonising the space Space Colonising Chapter 14 A matter of perspective Chapter 15 The English base of USA Chapter 16 Hatred for Britain and USA Chapter 17 The international organisations A report from an Indian Newspaper Bad news for babus who pull strings for foreign contracts Now back to UN Chapter 18 What lends to the bravery of the English citizens? Leadership Chapter 19 English under siege The alien impact on English The English under siege Chapter 20 Computers and their striking affect on the feudal functioning Computer and its finer affects Chapter 21 A case study Enron Chapter 22 A slight digression to the literary side The god of small things The others Reading English Classics Chapter 23 The European Union Note of caution Chapter 24 Feudalism in Britain The four divisions of Britain Diana Chapter 25 Outsourcing, racial bias etc. The latest Indian leaders from abroad Chapter 26 Why Britain remains great? The Significance of Britain Chapter 27 South Africa Part IV A fast paced contemplative glance at the social undercurrents that could affect the American lifestyle and society, on its impact with feudal communication software. Chapter 1 The Mystical Powers of Language The American Heritage The desperate attempts The underlying paradox Chapter 2 The Uncommon Understandings The double-edged face The infection Chapter 3 Intellectual snobbery The need of the hour The threat The diabolic situation Chapter 4 The contributions The Stark Stupidity The Proliferation Chapter 5 The medievalism in India A disturbing comparison Chapter 6 Democracies in an oblique stance A one-way ticket to disaster The shallow understanding A story Chapter 7 The Two Indians The Infectious Negativity Swarming of the nation Gullibility at its worst A drama that may be oft repeated The animosity Chapter 8 Erasing social refinement The English Student under Siege Provoking one’s sense of refinement The contradictions in civility The Mental Disturbances The infection Chapter 9 The flawed comparisons Need to comprehend Implications of Space Research Collaborations The ridiculous policies Chapter 10 Immigration to English nations The colonial experience Chapter 11 The finer aspect of job outsourcing The Power of the Web as a media The overwhelming affects The foolish opportunity The fragility of superiority A single parameter of globalisation Chapter 12 The natural component of leadership The social embedding Part V Chapter 1: The generalisations Cloning Chapter 2 Mental Effects, including telepathic effects


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