I think language can carry many aspects related to personality. I'm sure that people have to practice it in order to learn how to behave. Not just the correct use of semiotics but how to behave socially too. We need to learn by interacting with each other, however, when it comes to social media online, because of the privacy of the sites people are taught to either conform to the values of the site or get out. Even in first world countries, people don't get the usual attention and love that they are
supposed to get out of their family. There is surely an attack on the family unit too, either because of their parents being separated, working too much or both. So a lot of people
get into the Internet seeking that attention. I would argue that online communities in many occasions have effectively replaced family, they become people's method of seeking love and
It's their source of values. This is also where the corruption of semiotics and identity politics kicks in, people can't go against the narratives of the echo chamber without being ridiculed
by their peers, so people only pat each other in the back and end up developing an even childish way of socializing. It's kind of like the final conversation between Raiden and the Patriot AI at
the end of MGS2, in which they explain how easy it is for people to be manipulated by memes because of human's tendency to conveniently see what they want to see. Semiotics, identity politics and political correctness has invaded real life and the Internet so there is practically no space for people to be "genuine" anymore.
There is a much deeper meaning to language than most people think related to identity. Over here in Venezuela for example, we have a very weird trait with our dialects. Maracucho Venezuelans for example, speak their own version of it and we are known for being attention seeking, vulgar, goofy and kind of crazy, all of these traits are somehow tied to our dialect.
At the same time, Venezuelans who live in The Andean region of the country are called "gochos" by us and they speak their own dialect of spanish which is similar to the one spoken in Colombia. With the change of dialect, their personality also changes, they are also attention seeking, but instead of being vulgar, they have a more goofy personality. Venezuelans who live in Caracas have their own dialect too, unlike those of us of the other regions, they don't have that many quirks, but they are somewhat arrogant because a lot of the coolest looking places of Venezuela are over there. Since Maracaibo is also somewhat advanced compared with the rest of the country, we have a friendly rivalry with each other. Be it at sports, or by having opposite traits. For example, when Coke was really popular over here at Maracaibo, the Pepsi drink was really popular in Caracas. Unfortunately, a lot of these good traits of us have dissapeared over time, Chavez and Maduro got the worse out of us and although the experience has been painful, it has woken me up to how dangerous the people behind the NWO really are. I probably would have lived my life without too much to worry about if it wasn't because of the crisis.
So as I was saying, a lot of these weird personality quirks of us are somehow related to language, which is why I think you guys should keep an eye on how the elites seek to corrupt semiotics in real life and online... be it through memes, identity politics and political correctness. Despite the fact that Venezuelans have changed, I'm glad I didn't, a lot of my own got frustrated with the way in which the narratives we grew up with about being destined for greatness fell apart before our eyes because of the crisis, but the whole event has only made me much more arrogant. I'm the most arrogant patriot and the most wicked too. This land and these people belong to me and only I can lead it to true greatness.
there doesn't seem to be anything here