The normally high standard of discussion on Debating Europe's "Should Esperanto be the Language of Europe?" has slipped a bit lately but this question was worth an answer anyway so here's an infographic of it.

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Benny the Irish Polyglot and friends have made this awesome multilingual video.
To see what Benny has to say about Esperanto, click here.
This is a very cool video- very cleverly made by one actress playing 2 or 3 parts- teaching Esperanto verbs. It is not quite as clear as it could be, either the sound or visuals but that's ok- watch it a few times to get all it is saying :-)
Click here to see it.