UGV Language Monitor (UGVLM)


The UMMOA party, which has existed until it was disbanded on 3 June 2017, in order to facilitate societal and linguistic evolution had started a variety of English which is an extension of British English (en-GB): UMMOA English (UGV; en-UGV; Ⓤ). With few exceptions, the American English (en-US) and Oxford English Dictionary spelling (en-GB-oed) language standards are not used. UMMOA English has already extended British English with over 200 absolutely new words or word usages.

The Cesidian Root Language Monitor was started on 13 November 2013 in order to facilitate the introduction of new words into Fifth World (and global) society whenever this is appropriate, or in order to protect languages from linguistic monopolies which are becoming increasingly frequent and abusive of the linguistic rights of the many. The Cesidian Root Language Monitor had introduced the usage of the following words also as new and working Cesidian Root top-level domains (TLDs):


banq
-noun

1. an undersea elevation rising especially from the continental shelf: Serranilla Banq
2. the raised area of land along the side of a river: river banq
3. any important but non-financial bank: food banq; blood banq; memory banq
4. heap (a substance) into a mass or mound: the rain banqed the soil up behind the gate
5. (of an aircraft or vehicle) tilt or cause to tilt sideways in making a turn: the plane banqed as if to return to the airport
6. to depend on something happening or on someone doing something: they're banqing on him to find a solution to the problem

[Origin: 2013-11-13; < En bank]


The Cesidian Root, which had turned into an occult and de facto opposition or enemy alien party, outside of any authority, legality, or concept of transparency, lost all recognition on 3 June 2017, and Pirate Party Germany (Piratenpartei Deutschland), the party which had recognised it, but not the UMMOA party in any way, lost its Paradiplomatic Affairs (PDA) recognition on 24 August 2017.

On 13 November 2017, the Cesidian Root Language Monitor was rebaptised the UGV Language Monitor (UGVLM) in order to continue the work of linguistic guardianship started. The articles below show this ongoing work.

  • Busting the banksters