Esperanto as the primary global language

I know that English is already widely accepted as a global language. And I understand that English is a composite of many languages. But English has certain inherent nationalist qualities, not the least of which is it's very name. And in my opinion, those nationalistic boundaries are concepts we should not encourage as it politically divides our emerging global community.

I propose we of the GD adopt Esperanto, a language with no nationalist baggage, as our global standard. It could help create cohesion, and eventually eliminate the need for translation, within this global community.

And f.y.i. ... I only recently learned about Esperanto so I would be learning it along with you. : ) > - Peace.



  • we have a language dont need to change

  • It's not a bad idea, but it would be very difficult to implement this, people would resist it. If anyone wants to seriously pursue this, they need to consider a specific angle with which to promote it.

  • Heck of a job there, it abeosutlly helps me out.

  • Peferct shot! Thanks for your post!

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