History UsefulNotes / EsperantoTheUniversalLanguage

4th Nov '16 11:40:12 AM SantosLHalper
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->''Ne al glavo sangon soifanta''
->''ĝi la homan tiras familion:''
->''al la mond' eterne militanta''
->''ĝi promesas sanktan harmonion''

->''Sub la sankta signo de l' espero''
->''kolektiĝas pacaj batalantoj,''
->''kaj rapide kreskas la afero''
->''per laboro de la esperantoj.''

->''Forte staras muroj de miljaroj''
->''inter la popoloj dividitaj;''
->''sed dissaltos la obstinaj baroj,''
->''per la sankta amo disbatitaj.''

->''Sur neŭtrala lingva fundamento,''
->''komprenante unu la alian,''
->''la popoloj faros en konsento''
->''unu grandan rondon familian.''

->''Nia diligenta kolegaro''
->''en laboro paca ne laciĝos,''
->''ĝis la bela sonĝo de l' homaro''
->''por eterna ben' efektiviĝos.''
3rd Jul '16 2:17:11 AM JackG
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* Esperanto is the second language of the unnamed city in the ''Film/{{Blade}}'' movies. ''Film/{{Incubus}}'' can be seen playing on a television at one point.



** The 1965 horror film ''Film/{{Incubus}}'' starred Creator/WilliamShatner and was produced by most of the first season ''Series/TheOuterLimits1963'' production team; it was filmed entirely in (poorly written and pronounced) Esperanto to sound more exotic.

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** The 1965 horror film ''Film/{{Incubus}}'' ''Incubus'' starred Creator/WilliamShatner and was produced by most of the first season ''Series/TheOuterLimits1963'' production team; it was filmed entirely in (poorly written and pronounced) Esperanto to sound more exotic.


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* Esperanto is the second language of the unnamed city in the ''Film/{{Blade}}'' movies. ''Incubus'' can be seen playing on a television at one point.
3rd Jul '16 2:15:55 AM JackG
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*** Lister apparently learned it accidentally, being forced to ear Rimmer practicing.

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*** Lister apparently learned it accidentally, being forced to ear hear Rimmer practicing.
21st Jun '16 12:10:24 PM Morgenthaler
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* In ''WanderingHamster'', the bubble-mage James is a member of the Esperanto League of Flanat (ELF). Bob the Hamster completely misunderstands both the acronym and the conversations that James has with the local guildmaster (he assumes that the two are talking mean about him). It's hilarious for the player, not so much for Bob.

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* In ''WanderingHamster'', ''VideoGame/WanderingHamster'', the bubble-mage James is a member of the Esperanto League of Flanat (ELF). Bob the Hamster completely misunderstands both the acronym and the conversations that James has with the local guildmaster (he assumes that the two are talking mean about him). It's hilarious for the player, not so much for Bob.



* ''BlazingDragons'' contains a throwaway gag by the caretaker for the Cave of Dillema where he offers to teach Flicker Esperanto.

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* ''BlazingDragons'' ''VideoGame/BlazingDragons'' contains a throwaway gag by the caretaker for the Cave of Dillema where he offers to teach Flicker Esperanto.
31st May '16 9:41:24 AM MarkLungo
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* In ''Literature/MeinKampf'', UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler claims that when The All-Powerful Jewish Conspiracy Of Doom takes over, a universal language will be instituted, and suggested it will be Esperanto. This led to Esperanto speakers being persecuted during UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and Zamenhof's family in particular being singled out. All three of Zamenhof's children died in the Holocaust, and Esperanto became legally forbidden in 1935 (in Germany).

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* In ''Literature/MeinKampf'', UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler claims that when The All-Powerful Jewish Conspiracy Of Doom takes over, a universal language will be instituted, and suggested it will be Esperanto. This led to Esperanto speakers being persecuted during UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and Zamenhof's family in particular being singled out. All three of Zamenhof's children died in the Holocaust, UsefulNotes/TheHolocaust, and Esperanto became legally forbidden in 1935 (in Germany).
31st May '16 1:52:01 AM Bosco13
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* The "Blue language" spoken by the people of Wreath in ''ComicBook/{{Saga}}'' is actually badly translated Esperanto.



* The "Blue language" spoken by the people of Wreath in ''ComicBook/{{Saga}}'' is actually badly translated Esperanto.
31st May '16 1:51:31 AM Bosco13
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* The "Blue language" spoken by the people of Wreath in ''ComicBook/{{Saga}}'' is actually badly translated Esperanto.
24th Feb '16 3:59:38 PM MarkLungo
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* In ''Literature/MeinKampf'', UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler claims that when The All-Powerful Jewish Conspiracy Of Doom takes over, a universal language will be instituted, and suggested it will be Esperanto. This led to Esperanto speakers being persecuted during WW2 and Zamenhof's family in particular being singled out. All three of Zamenhof's children died in the Holocaust, and Esperanto became legally forbidden in 1935 (in Germany).

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* In ''Literature/MeinKampf'', UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler claims that when The All-Powerful Jewish Conspiracy Of Doom takes over, a universal language will be instituted, and suggested it will be Esperanto. This led to Esperanto speakers being persecuted during WW2 UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and Zamenhof's family in particular being singled out. All three of Zamenhof's children died in the Holocaust, and Esperanto became legally forbidden in 1935 (in Germany).
24th Feb '16 3:07:11 PM ZelmanClock
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* Esperanto is mentioned in episode 8 of ''Literature/HaruChika''. Naoko's aunt used to be involved with a man named Benjant who liked to call her "Pura Stelo" (esperanto for pure star) and liked to call himself "Venganto" ("avenger").
18th Feb '16 11:33:14 AM jerzyszczur
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