Samoo kaj Polinezio
|This article is a former proposal|
|Conventional short name:|
|Local:||Samoo kaj Polinezio|
|English:||Samoa and Polynesia|
|National motto: Laboristoj de l' mondo, unuigu!|
|First Comrade:||Lejzero Ludviko Zamenhofo XVI|
|Population:||approximately 0.5 million Samoans and polynesians|
|Currency:||1 speso=10 decispesoj=10 centicspesoj|
|Organizations:||League of Nations|
|National Song||"La Espero"|
Samoo kaj Polinezio covers what is *here* - French Polynesia, the Cook Islands, Niue, American Samoa and Western Samoa. Most of this vast expanse is derelict, Rondurobo cities, of which Nova Jerusalemo is the only one left, home to apx. 200 inhabitants, and is located on *here*'s Papeete.
Lejzero Ludviko Zamenhofo was born on the 15th of December 1859 in the RTC, and took the job of an eye-doctor. IN 1887, when he was 28, he published the Lingvo Universala under the pseudonym "Doktoro Esperanto". Many people read this book and thought that the concept of an international language was a very good idea, and that an international country spreading across the world where everyone equally contributed to society was a good idea.
They also liked the ideals of "original communism", as they called it, rather than the "totalitarian communism" developing in the CSDS. One greatest followers of the 'Esperantoj', or 'hopers', was a Kemrese author called George Orwell, who was born in 1903. He wrote three essays in Esperanto on this subject which are now world-famous, and have (ironically) been translated into many languages. They are Milnoncent-oktdekkvar, Bestofarmo, and Omaĝo al Katalunio. He became a good friend of Zamenhofo, and when Zamenhofo pronounced himself First Comrade of Esperantujo, his theoretical nation of the world, George Orwell became his deputy. However, Esperanto rapidly lost proponents to the much more popular and "less political" Volapük,