Well, one can still read it as a fiction.

Yep, it's even entertaining to a certain degree, especially the linguistic mindscrew the original text is. The author(s) managed to produce a language that can't even possibly exist. ;D  Sadly, many people need the book as yet another source of surrogate history/ideology doping, and not always out of sheer naivety or ignorance.

You are forgeting one "academic", it's that Pešić guy that writes all kinds of s***.

Heh, if we talk about his kind of "academics"… Look at A. Asov, the author of the most popular Russian "translation" of the "Vlesbook". He made helluva money out of it.


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