Unnecessary, heavy-handed and counterproductive ethnic cleansing sustainable?

2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages
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1955 October 26: Austrian National Day
2014 October 26: Hong Kong Umbrella Movement begins
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1979 October 27: Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Independence Day
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1978 November 3: Dominica Independence Day
1903 November 3: Panama Independence Day
2018 November 4: New Caledonian independence referendum
November 5: International Romani Language Day

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