Am I out of touch? No can't be. It's everyone else.
I can think of a couple more:
1. You're overly aggressive and smug demeanor is a very unclear way to communicate
2. You simply aren't as smart as you think you are and are incapable of communicating clearly
3. You are actively being disingenuous and purposefully missing the point while labeling someone (possibly anyone) you disagree with as Nazi or stupid
I don't really know what drives you to be as active on slashdot as you are with your attitude. If you actually cared about progressing the issues you claim to care about take some constructive criticism and realize that the way you go about it is very very wrong.
My guess is that the real reason is a superiority complex paired with crippling insecurities. I'm already fairly certain I've predicted your thought process from this: didn't congratulate me on shouting down Nazis -> alt-right -> alt-right=racist -> racist=Nazi -> introspection averted.
Agree with me or you're stupid and there's no point in me talking to you.
I still don't really see how it's relevant. Words are pronounced and even largely mean the same thing in C, C# and Java as well. Syntax nearly identical, punctuation nearly identical, meaning nearly identical. Indonesian and Latin share the same alphabet in present time but they sure didn't evolve that way. The spelling and script were adopted long after the language evolved over top of its own script systems.
C# and Java are derived from C. There are clear evolutionary relationships. Only an imbecile would try to claim otherwise. Give it up dude.
C# superficially looks like C, in the same way that Indonesian superficially looks like Latin.
No, Indonesian only resembles Latin because it uses the same character base. Which would make your Modula-3 as closely related to C as it is to C# (and Indonesian). They all use the same character base.
C and C# share basic syntax rules as well as character set. Kind of like, say, Latin and French. Oh wait...
It uses a C style syntax which makes it a C derivative (same with Java). Or "C based" if you will. But I'm sure you know more and better than the designers of the C# and Java languages.
I'm sure C++ is also not C based by your definition.
Computers are useless. They can only give you answers. -- Pablo Picasso