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Obama Makes Big Push for One World Language

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I have been learning a lot recently from Glenn Beck.  I don’t think there is another reporter who has a better grasp of what this country stands to lose during an Obama presidency.  Beck is the one who first broke the story of attempts by the Obama administration to revive the science of eugenics and get FEMA busy constructing concentration camps.  Now unfortunately, along with Beck’s keen journalistic mind comes a sensitive poet’s heart.   I believe the poor man has suffered more for love of his country than any man should ever have to so in order to save him some grief, I’m going to break tonight’s story myself.

For those of you who have not been paying attention (and shame on you), since he became President, Obama has been pushing hard to create a new world order.   Recently, his friends the Chinese anounced that they believed the world should have one currency.  Notice that the Obama administration has done absolutely nothing to distance themselves from that.  Now, comes Obama’s most insidious attempt at creating a facist world state–controlling our very thoughts by controlling the words that we can use to express ourselves.

Obama was the first Presidential campaign to have an advertisement in Esperanto and translated all his campaign videos into Esperanto.  For those of you not familiar with this farce, Esperanto is an attempt to create one language for the whole world and do away with national and ethnic languages.   If they want one language, I don’t see why they can’t be bothered to learn English like the rest of us.  Anyway, it has been reported to me now by a reliable source that a large part of Obama’s education stimulus is designated for Esperanto instruction in the public schools.  There is already a page on demanding that all public schools in this country teach Esperanto and I kid you not, it has over 3,700 looney leftists lending their support to this insane idea.  We must stand up and fight this idea now.  Call you congressman and tell him that this is America.

[UPDATE 1: Blogger Threatened after Exposing Obama Plan – Read the chilling follow up to this post]

[UPDATE 2: The story behind the story.   How this post became the toast of the conservative internet 6 months later.]


Written by thatsrightnate

March 25, 2009 at 7:14 pm

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  1. Of all the ridiculous misinformation about Esperanto that I’ve seen over the years, this one is the most ludicrous. Got just about everything wrong, and saying that President Obama is trying to add courses in Esperanto in the public schools is, unfortunately, also untrue.
    Bah. this author needs medication or sequestering.

    Bill Harmon

    March 25, 2009 at 9:33 pm

  2. That’s right, Nate. You really shouldn’t go off your meds. It never turns out well when you do.


    March 25, 2009 at 9:40 pm

  3. Sequestering? See, when somebody like myself or Glenn Beck speak out they immediately want to put us into camps. Is this what America voted for?


    March 26, 2009 at 5:16 am

  4. […] my first posting on Obama’s plan to impose a world language on this great country of ours, I received one of the most chilling comments I have ever received.  […]

  5. […] to rely on a woman for courage.  I ask that congress do a similiar resolution to make sure that English is not replaced by Esperanto as our official language regardless of Obama’s […]

  6. Wow, I really thought this post was an April Fool’s joke until I saw it was posted before April 1. As the first comment says, this post is ridiculous – you combine ordinary typical ignorance about Esperanto with seriously confused conspiracy theory about Obama.

    1. Esperanto in no way intends to get rid of other languages. It was created as an easy to learn secondary language so that people with different native languages can communicate with each other. I suggest actually learning something about Esperanto, e.g. via

    2. Obama has no particular interest in Esperanto. All translations of his speeches into Esperanto were done by Esperantists interested in doing so. Your argument is akin to claiming that Obama wants everyone to speak French and German because his speeches have been translated into French and German.

    3. “it has been reported to me now by a reliable source that a large part of Obama’s education stimulus is designated for Esperanto instruction in the public schools.” Your “reliable source” is laughably unreliable. I speak Esperanto and think it’s a terrific language, but I reckon we’ll see Obama start fighting hard for fully equal same sex marriage, legalization of all drugs, pulling troops out of Iraq AND Afghanistan immediately, end of taxfree status for all churches, removal of “In god we trust” from all US money, a manned mission to Mars, getting rid of all privacy invasions implemented and justified by 9/11, paying teachers decent salaries, and requiring the Pentagon to hold bake sales to gain their funding before he does anything related to Esperanto…

    4. “it has over 3,700 looney leftists lending their support to this insane idea.” There are plenty of rightists who speak Esperanto as well. And the fact that something was proposed on tells NOTHING about whether Obama supports it – it simply shows that a few thousand people were motivated to sign an online petition. If you interpret that as some kind of mandate that Obama enthusiastically supports, I think you’ll find an awful lot of “secret Obama goals” at which will shock and frighten you even more than Esperanto apparently does.

    And you utterly misunderstand the point. No one wants to replace English (or any other national language). Learning Esperanto is a way to be able to communicate directly with people from other countries, on an equal basis, without expecting them to invest many years and effort and money to learn English, which they’ll never know as well as a native English speaker, nor expecting you to spend many years and effort and money to learn German or French or whatever, which you will never know as well as a native speaker.

    Additionally, Esperanto has educational value as children can gain the experience of becoming fluent in a foreign language much more quickly and easily (since Esperanto is intentionally faster to learn than national languages like English or German), which helps when learning other languages. (I trust you at least acknowledge that it is useful to learn other languages, right? Or do you actually believe that everyone else in the world should just change to English?)


    April 1, 2009 at 11:17 pm

  7. Wow, Russ. Defensive much?


    April 2, 2009 at 1:32 am

  8. Steve: perhaps; but mostly interested in debunking nonsense which many people actually believe, even if this is a parody website.


    April 2, 2009 at 3:08 am

  9. “I reckon we’ll see Obama start fighting hard for fully equal same sex marriage, legalization of all drugs, pulling troops out of Iraq AND Afghanistan immediately, end of taxfree status for all churches, removal of “In god we trust” from all US money, a manned mission to Mars, getting rid of all privacy invasions implemented and justified by 9/11, paying teachers decent salaries, and requiring the Pentagon to hold bake sales”

    Can I quote you on this? It matches a lot of my expectations for Obama as well.


    April 2, 2009 at 5:36 am

  10. Well, to be clear, I ALSO expect Obama to declare war on France, arrest and execute all foreign nationals living in the US, abolish all environmental protection laws, outlaw all abortion, force women to live in a hut during their menstruation as the Bible requires, declare that all unemployed people are now slave labor of Halliburton, and construct a mile-high wall around the US before he does anything related to Esperanto…

    I.e. my comment was NOT a prediction about what Obama WILL do, but a prediction that he will NOT do anything related to Esperanto… 🙂


    April 2, 2009 at 5:53 am

  11. “I ALSO expect Obama to declare war on France, arrest and execute all foreign nationals living in the US, abolish all environmental protection laws, outlaw all abortion, force women to live in a hut during their menstruation as the Bible requires, declare that all unemployed people are now slave labor of Halliburton, and construct a mile-high wall around the Us”

    You really should contact Glenn Beck with this information.


    April 2, 2009 at 7:15 am

  12. He probably already knows most of it. 🙂


    April 2, 2009 at 7:24 am

  13. Good point


    April 2, 2009 at 7:32 am

  14. Oh, My God! The author of this blog is even more stupid than I thought before. English is killing other languages not Esperanto. Check the facts before posting your nonsense to on the net.


    April 2, 2009 at 10:29 am

  15. If English is killing other languages that’s only because it make more sense than they do. English was good another for my father and its the only language I’ll ever need.


    April 2, 2009 at 2:40 pm

  16. If English was good enough for Jesus, it’s good enough for us!


    April 3, 2009 at 1:41 am

  17. It seems that you are actually proud of your poor education and ignorance. English is good for English speaking countries, I won’t object that but please don’t think that Russia, China, France need it. No we don’t. We have our own languages to cherish and enjoy. Sure we can learn even English to put handicapped Americans and British out of their misery of not being able to communicate with a foreigner. Just don’t forget who is going a favor to you.


    April 3, 2009 at 4:31 am

  18. I think if most people give it half a chance they find that they enjoy English far more than their native tongue. I also think it has more potential as a universal language than Esperanto. For one thing, most foreigners do indeed understand it if you speak loudly and slowly enough.


    April 3, 2009 at 5:57 am

  19. “If English was good enough for Jesus, it’s good enough for us!”

    Thank you Russ. That should be a bumper sticker.


    April 3, 2009 at 5:58 am

  20. Nate, I was in a train the other day and do you know what I saw when I glanced out of the window? Two barges on the canal, one called Esperanto, the other called Esperantwo. Even in the Netherlands we’re not safe, neither from foreign languages, nor from bad puns.


    April 3, 2009 at 7:16 am

  21. I hope you have the courage to complain to your President and demand that all ships be given English names.


    April 3, 2009 at 10:59 am

  22. Saluton.
    Mi estas japana esperantisto.

    In Ideas of,
    we selected “Esperanto as a Foreign Language Choice”.
    But we have some choices about artifical languages.
    For example, Lojban is un-discriminatory than Esperanto.
    So, I wish that we know valuable information about Lojiban, Europaio etc.
    For a long-term education of US-children(and people of the world),
    please inquire about these languages with Esperanto.
    Your selection will be influence by knowledge of new artifical languages.
    I am at a loss. You will be at a loss with attachment for Esperanto.


    April 20, 2009 at 6:54 am

  23. I think the most obvious choice for universal language would be English. Its the most common spoken language in the world today and its very easy to learn. There is no reason to reinvent the wheel when we have auch a useful universal language already.


    April 21, 2009 at 9:34 am

  24. this is a load of twat. your a crazy red-neck…”why can’t they learn english like the rest of us?” you giant retard why should everyone learn english…why not chinese? more people speak chinese than english. or is it just because your american that you think everyone the language you speak should be adopted by everyone else. you and george bush are why people around the world hate america and obama is why people like america.


    April 28, 2009 at 9:13 pm

  25. I’ve got news for you seamus. You could read this article just fine. If Chinese is so popular why has nobody posted on here in Chinese? Plenty of people like yourself have disagreed with me IN ENGLISH.


    April 28, 2009 at 9:16 pm

  26. um…are you serious? thats the worst line of reasoning i’ve ever heard. its such a childish thing to have said. well the reason that everyone is posting in english is because this site is in english and for them to post in another language would be no fun, because YOU wouldn’t be able to understand them when they pay you out. judging by your eagerness about having english as the common language throughout the world you must be to stupid to learn a foreign language. also your ideas on this page are wrong because people who speak esperanto do not want it to “do away” other languages, they want it to be a universal SECONDARY LANGUAGe. you douche.


    April 28, 2009 at 9:33 pm

  27. That’s a gateway Seamus. Its the same way that the Taliban is working in Pakistan. A little vocabulary here, another word there, and the next thing you know you can’t even read the street signs anymore.


    April 28, 2009 at 10:12 pm

  28. your funny. seriously. you make me laugh, but then i stop laughing and get sad when i think there are people like you who would believe your trash.


    April 28, 2009 at 10:18 pm

  29. Just remember, you’re laughing in English.


    April 29, 2009 at 7:20 am

  30. This whole thing is ridiculous, that Esperanto is NWO and so on. You are not qualified to instruct any in communication because I get the impression you want to use “Rasismaj Vortoj” but here is a video that proves you wrong. Enjoy.

    Marko de Cole

    September 6, 2009 at 11:02 pm

  31. tlhIngan Hol yIghoj! tlhIngan Hol QaQ law’ Esperanto Hol QaQ puS. ‘ach DIvI’ Hol Dayaj neH vaj mu’meyvam Dayajbe’.

    私は日本語を話します。でもあんたは日本語を話しませんだから これらの語は分かりません。

    As an English speaker (native to the UK but living in the US) I love languages. Learning languages is a great way for people to experience other cultures. If Obama can encourage kids to learn a foreign language then that will benefit all the the American people.

    As for making English the universal language of the planet because more people speaking, well then that’s just wrong. More people speak Chinese, so by your logic we should all be learning that. Also, which version of English should they learn? In the US alone there are at least 4 or 5 different distinct dialects…

    As for no Chinese people responding to this blog, why would they want to? They probably have better things to do (I’m only doing this because I’m bored and wanted to add some other languages to the conversation).


    September 25, 2009 at 2:45 pm

  32. Russ and anyone else who believes that Jesus spoke English…you’re not serious, are you? Jesus most likely spoke Aramaic, most likely even some Greek, Hebrew and possibly Latin but NOT English! Not in that part of the world at that time.

    And, most other countries in the world are multi-lingual – that is, people are fluent in at least 2-8 languages (and I do mean fluent). Much more so than here in America.

    There’s nothing wrong with learning about new cultures and new languages. All of our languages are interconnected, derived from each other – derived from German, French, Greek, Latin, etc. I’m truly hoping you’re joking about that comment, amongst many others.


    September 25, 2009 at 2:52 pm

  33. Other languages lead to other ideas and that leads to socialism.


    September 25, 2009 at 4:14 pm

  34. Dear Mr/Ms Stunned,
    There are more levels to the onion of irony than you realize.


    September 26, 2009 at 2:06 am

  35. How wonderful to see you still around Russ.


    September 26, 2009 at 3:26 am

  36. Kelkfoje mi miras pri stupideo de homoj. Ilin superas facile “thatsrightnate”.
    Iam la NAZI-Partio diris “Am deutschen Wesen soll die Welt genesen”. Sed kiam mi legas la kontribuojn de “thatsrightnate”, kelkaj Usonanoj same timigas min.


    P.S.: La Angla ne estas la plej ofte denaske parolata lingvo de la mondo. Iom da modesteco necesas. Almenau pli da homoj parolas denaske Mandarin kaj la Hispanan.


    October 6, 2009 at 9:22 am

  37. Helmut, verŝajne la angla jam infektis vin, se vi tajpis “stupideo” anstataŭ “stulteco”. 🙂

    Mi flustras al vi, ke artikoloj en ĉi tiu retejo estas pli ŝercaj ol vi konstatas, kun celo moki vere dekstremajn retejojn. Por konfirmi tion, legu iujn aliajn artikolojn ĉi tie, kiuj estas malpli subtilaj pri satiro kaj eble pli amuzaj. 🙂


    October 6, 2009 at 10:42 am

  38. This is not really much of a dialogue. Monocultural people (of Thatsrightnate sort) aren’t budging an inch. I will always support (and use) Esperanto as a second language and your right about one thing Nate: the more I learn about the world the more confident I have been on how disfunctional the United State is. It may have had a few virtues in the past but it is doomed: no healthcare, street violence, no childcare, no maternity leave, no gun-control, unemployment rising, continued racial tention are among my interests.

    Neil Blonstein

    October 6, 2009 at 4:56 pm

  39. […] a comment » Way back on March 25th, I posted an article entitled Obama Makes Big Push for One World Language.  The story was about how President Obama was going to replace English with Esperanto as our […]

  40. Well, I’m a conservative and support Esperanto.


    October 14, 2009 at 8:04 am

  41. The pics shows the nineth Universal Congress of Esperanto, in 2010 ‘ll occur the 95th.

    Sorry for my english.


    October 16, 2009 at 3:34 pm

  42. Learning a new language is not controling how you think, it’s expanding your (very narrow at the moment) mind to understand other cultures and other countries.
    Also, esperanto’s goal is not to go away with other languages. Instead, it proposes an easy-to-learn second language that is equal for everybody.
    You ask about why can’t everybody learn english? well, for one is not as easy as esperanto (I’m a native spanish speaker and in order to speak english, I had to study for it for some years, I’ve been speaking esperanto for a little over a year now, and I’m really fluent already), and secondly why can’t you americans learn another language? you’re really closed-minded.
    Learning another language is culture, not trying to learn one is saying that you don’t need culture, thinking that is the path to the ignorance.

    Carlos Licea

    October 19, 2009 at 11:58 am

  43. But we don’t need culture.


    October 19, 2009 at 12:41 pm

  44. Oh God. How can you even dare to say such a thing without being totally ashmed of yourself?!.

    Carlos Licea

    October 19, 2009 at 12:47 pm

  45. One of the things that we built this country on was a high tolerance for shame.


    October 19, 2009 at 3:27 pm

  46. ThatsrightNate’s articles are clearly satire somewhat akin to article’s published by The Onion among others.Personally I find them entertaining albeit more than a little ludicrous

    I’m amazed that anyone ever takes his self parodying assertions seriously!

    That being said he does manage to push some rather sensitive buttons. One of the sensitive buttons around the World is the chauvinistic attitude of English speaking people’s regarding what they perceive as the ascendancy and (presumably)in time the ultimate supremacy of the English language over all other contenders.

    Esperantists on the whole do not display this type of arrogance nor do they assume their language will ultimately displace any other native tongue.

    Esperanto was never intended to be the “worlds single language” nor does it hope to be.

    The hope of Esperanto is that all people have a common second language that can be used internationally or inter-culturally to facilitate World communication.

    This universally understood second language would in fact preserve and enhance the use of smaller languages in the home community by lessening the pressure to adopt a different more dominant language in order to get along in society.

    Think about it, if everyone is able to speak to anyone else by means of a simple second language only when it was needed why would anyone feel it was necessary to abandon their mother tongue at home?

    For those who insist that English will someday be the second World language let me assure you; it will not. Since 1979 the use of English has seriously decreased going from what was then the second most widely spoken language to today where it is now the sixth, and it is still dropping rapidly.

    Further English is a very difficult language to learn, particularly for Asians. I’ve taught Chinese students who even after 10 or more years of intensive English study are still functionally illiterate in written English and are almost unintelligible when speaking it.

    Chinese Esperantists on the other hand are usually fully literate in as little as 2 years and highly intelligible when speaking Esperanto albeit with a discernible accent.

    Esperanto is a simple language to learn for Indo-European speakers and it is relatively easy to learn for just about everyone else.

    If there is ever going to be a second language for World intercommunication it will not be any existing natural language with all of its complexity and cultural/national baggage. Instead I believe Esperanto or another very similar, simple, flexible, culturally neutral, constructed language, will be chosen.


    October 25, 2009 at 1:30 pm

  47. Says you


    October 25, 2009 at 2:10 pm

  48. Il faut vraiment être con pour croire que l’esparanto va supplanter les langues ethniques et s’imposer comme langue unique : c’est plutôt dans l’anglais qu’il faut voir ce danger.


    October 25, 2009 at 4:35 pm

  49. Humblet,
    me pardonnent si je ne comprends pas votre commentaire, mon Français est très mauvais.
    Je ne pense pas que l’espéranto supplantera n’importe quelle langue ethnique.
    De l’autre côté ; Je pense que l’anglais d’espoir d’anglophones supplantera toutes autres langues ethniques dans le monde entier !


    October 26, 2009 at 1:58 pm

  50. Cunning linguistics and parody aside, any language could technically be used as a universal language so long as it has a standardized and academic form. This means ALL major languages fit the bill. Although the first language you learn influences how you learn other languages, they’re roughly equivalent if learned by regular speech at home when a child. So really, this defaults us to Latin, the only static-but-not-dead language that is actually still in use. There are plenty of arguments to be made for any language, but as an English speaker who has learned the basics of Spanish and Latin, as well as being familiar with the structures and advantages of Asianic and Czech languages, it comes down to what you want.

    Latin or any of the artifically created langues work fine as a secondary trade language, and would remain that way by their simplicity. Certain things simply cannot (at least without creative metaphor and situational use) be said in these languages, which would prevent them from usurping native tongues. By contrast, for all of their advantages, ANY native tongue gains complexity of expression and dialect. Sub-dialects form when leanred by people of other cultures. Even with a universal standard, these languages still and always will fracture regionally. I personally prefer English, because despite a sometimes unweildly structure, it is constantly undergoing adaptive modification by shamelessly stealing from any other language or slang that people come to understand. This gives it the ability to shade and differentiate based on the word used in writing, without having to rely purely on tone, context, and elaborate tricks. This is why English has more variation in only a few thousand years than other languages have had over almost a far longer. Old, Middle, Late, and Modern [with all its dialects] are hardly recognizable as the same langauge! Queen’s English and Ameringlish speakers lose each other constantly in a single sentence.

    Oh, and on that note: I think every English speaker should have at least one secondary language that ISN’T Esperanto or its ilk. I’m still working on that myself…

    P.S.S. – You’re right, Americans in particular have some issues with willful ignorance. That’s part of the point of the parody. Parody and satire know no single tongue or form of expression, and the inability to recognize them is a willful ignorance flaw all its own. Americans like miself have a lot of flaws, but so does every other human on the planet 😉


    November 3, 2009 at 4:49 pm

  51. I don’t know wether Obama intents to introduce the Esperanto instruction in the public schools. Should this be true, then I really believe this would be “A BIG STEP FOR THE HUMANITY”, as for me, walking on the moon was only “a big step for… the science & technology”.
    Indeed, please, imagine how rich would become our live if, next year, we could clearly talk and exchange we any one else in the world! Then, the whole world will become closer to us; it will be our second nation.
    This “low cost” dream is possible subject to human behavior & decision from our governments. Yes they can, yes the world would be gratefull.
    Bresil is starting towards that scope: should the States follow! That are my expectations.


    November 4, 2009 at 10:10 am

  52. @MasterDebator,

    yes you could make any language the universal language, but wouldn’t it make sense to choose the easiest to learn, yet still fully functional language there is? my first attempt at foreign language was Latin and i don’t remember anything except that nouns have 6 cases! Esperanto has two and you must not conjugate verbs, words have no gender and there are rules with no exceptions! it was purposely designed by one guy to be easy. Latin was not. The only good thing I see about Latin is that it is dead ‘enough’ to have no native speakers that have an advantage over those learning it. this creates an ‘even playing field’ when two people are speaking it. of course, Esperanto has this as well. i have been living in Germany for 4 years now and speak German all day and am depressed to finally accept that i will NEVER sound like a German. i decided my next language will be Esperanto and already have a little under my belt. way easier than German so far. please do a little more research on Esperanto and maybe re-evaluate your stance. gxis!


    December 10, 2009 at 1:57 pm

  53. […] Exposed Obama’s plan to replace English was Esperanto. […]

  54. Nate

    Vi estas nesaĝa viro.

    Mi tre ĝojas uzi esperanton ĉar ĉi tiu lingvo vere estas internacia lingvo.

    我 很 想 說 中文!


    Via malamiko,



    December 25, 2009 at 11:02 am

  55. Mi ne via malamiko Haroldo. Mi kredas estis la Usona filozofo Lionel Richie kiu diris, “Kiel ni malsuprenir vivoj soluleca aŭtovojo Ŝajn la plej malfacila afero al far estos trov amiko aŭ du help mano – iuj iu, kiu kompren Tio kiam vi sentas youve perd la vojon Youve akir iuj unu tie al dir Malsana montr vi.”


    December 25, 2009 at 4:22 pm

  56. Haha, I can’t believe so many people took thatsrightnate seriously. I guess that really says a lot about how ridiculous right wingers (and I don’t mean the fiscally conservative type, but the Glenn Beck loving, Obama fearing type) really can be. Wow, that’s really upsetting actually. Still, even as a parody, I bet you more than one righty was duped and took it to heart as another reason to hate Obama. It’s no less ridiculous than anything ever aired on Glenn Beck.


    January 28, 2010 at 8:38 am

  57. You do know that you said call you congress man instead of call your congress man. why do you even care it’s not gonna happen. do you know how hard it would be for the world to have one official world language??


    March 9, 2010 at 6:29 pm

  58. Great stuff. is killer.


    March 10, 2010 at 1:53 am

  59. Wow Nate, you proved you know enough english to search for an esperanto translation site, type in your english, press a button, and then copy and paste your half-assed translation here. Honestly, you cannot literally translate english into another language, it just won’t make sense. besides, you forgot to check to see if the translator got every word..

    To everyone else…

    Can’t you see that he is thoroughly enjoying pissing you off? I know his game, because I play it all the time too!

    Now, it is possible that he is among the many ignorant people who truly believe no other language besides english should exist, but then again, who cares?

    Yeah, some of the things he said are offensive, but so is Southpark. It has pissed me off so many times, but it is still funny. When you know that it is meant to piss you off, you are able to see the humour in it. I do agree, it is a sick kind of humour, but it isn’t that bad. english will probably not even be english 100 years from now…

    Nate: I love how you maintained your composure and kept these people going. I want to admit that I whole heartedly disagree with you, but I haven’t been this entertained by article commentary in a long time.

    I think the last time it entertained me this much, some kids on a forum were talking about getting high off of catnip and nutmeg.

    I have an idea for you… It is more or less a concept.
    Obama + jesus = obejus!


    March 27, 2010 at 12:46 pm

  60. Complete and total sacrilege. I should point out that despite what you think about “humour” on this blog we don’t need the added “colour”. We spell American.


    March 27, 2010 at 8:55 pm

  61. you’re a bit ignorant, I’m glad other people picked up on that too with their comments.

    you’ve got esperanto so wrong!


    May 21, 2010 at 12:00 pm

  62. Maybe if you’d all speak English, you could explain it to people in a language that they’d understand.


    May 21, 2010 at 12:24 pm

  63. Esperanto is not an attempt or neither was it ever an attempt to be the national language as in no other language but esperanto. The language is ment to be a connector. It is supposed to be everyones second or third language. It is supposed to be where english is now but farther.

    WOW you got it wrong

    June 15, 2010 at 9:00 pm

  64. Sorry, English is where English is now, but even farther.


    June 15, 2010 at 10:00 pm

  65. You are wrong. Obama is not trying to set up concentration camps, and Esperanto is not trying to destroy all other languages. Esperanto is supposed to be a second language, that everyone can learn in addition to their main one. It was created so that people could communicate with others from different cultures and backgrounds in all different countries. It was created to promote international cooperation and understanding (and ultimately peace.) Glenn Beck is an entertainer. You should double check anything that comes out of his mouth, because quite often it is just propaganda or flat out lies.

    You're wrong

    July 3, 2010 at 9:41 pm

  66. One world language makes sense It should be a language constructed and excepted by a majority of countries, People who speak the same language are less likely to kill each other, less wars, what is the downside?, It doesnt have to exclude the language you were born with. It doesnt make any sense that the whole world speaks so many different languages, How much understanding is lost in translations? The fact that Obama understands this is to his credit, the fact that right wing radicals are threatened by change is nothing new.


    November 26, 2010 at 11:32 am

  67. One official language for the whole world would be a great idea (but maybe not Esperanto; the Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Arabic people would find it hard to learn). I think the best way to go about finding a single worldwide language would be to put the name of every language in a hat and draw one out at random; that way there would be no bias. People could still continue speaking regional languages among family and other people who speak the same language (that way our cultures would not be lost), but if every person on Earth knew a common language, tourism and exchanging information, ideas, and technology would be much easier. Also, it would eliminate confusion in places like Spain, which has about four different languages in different regions.

    Big Joe

    April 19, 2011 at 12:49 pm

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    Buford Pistons

    June 27, 2011 at 4:49 am

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