[ ENGLISH ] So, let's be honest: when you think of the planned language Esperanto, you probably don't think of danger and intrigue. But then again, you're also probably not a fascist or an authoritarian, and almost definitely not a dictator or autocrat. Think about it: if you were part of a ruling party, or were yourself a ruler, who depended on playing one class against another and limiting communication with outsiders, the existence of an international language that is easily learned is a pretty big danger to your interests. Despite the efforts of government censors, Esperanto enjoyed growing popularity after it was published in 1887, but it eventually became a blank canvas on which dictators and autocrats painted whatever danger they most feared (or wanted their countries to fear.) Esperanto was most especially despised by Adolph Hitler who named it specifically in "Mein Kampf", but it was also feared by the USSR's Joseph Stalin, and Albania'