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> The Galaic Celtic League, A Galician struggle to catch up
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Viriato 
Posted: 06-Aug-2005, 02:31 PM
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Thought we are acepted as one of the Celt Nations, we are not acepted in the Celtic League because the lack of a Celtic language.

In one of those links I've enclosed somewhere on the Galicia site, it says that the last Galician speaking Gaelic died -I think- three centuries ago. And in a sudden I've just realised that I must be the solo Galician alive speaking Gaelic (Well... At Elementary Level at the moment).

How wonderful would be to re-introduce in Galicia the language of Breogan! But knowing my countrymen it would be easier to teach the cows fly. As in other Celt Nations that speak Gaelic, the National language and the local language, I don't see the problem in galicia to speak Galician, Castillian and Gaelic but...

I was thinking to contact the people in the following link

http://www.umoncton.ca/soeler/galiza/lcgenglish.htm

and have a try, but I am going to need back up.

Is there any Celt organizatiion where can I ask for help?


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Posted: 09-Aug-2005, 02:52 AM
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You Could Try An Comunn Gaidhealach or Contact The Catalan Representative
in The European Parliament or Contact The Catalan Government Direct
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Posted: 09-Aug-2005, 11:43 AM
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Ta sorbus

I am a bit confused now or perhaps you know something that I don't know.

I understand the first recommendation but... The Catalans!? They are in the other side ot the country, they are not Celts but of Fenici (Middle East) origin and they speak Catalan which is a Roman language pretty close to the French with whom they have their borders.
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