I don't remember vindicating anything, not even in my whole life, which means that I've probably vindicated something and forgot about it...
First of all, I would like to endorse the proposal, however I have a few concerns about the outcome of this and what could we conclude from it. I'll list them in several points to make it easier for everybody in this "philosophy for beginners in English".
- This is not English. This is Spanish and Spanish grammar using English words. Check it out. For any native the sentences written here would look alien as hell, and if you translate them to Spanish (word by word) you will find a somewhat elocuent and verbose prose. This means that:
- If we kept on this, which we won't due to the theory of the minimum-effort, we would probably get more bad habits than proper English.
- If more people did this, English would be transformed. Have in mind that there are many people doing exactly this (speaking English with a Spanish background), e.g. in the South of USA, there is also a strong Spanish immigration in Europe. This is something that is happening and will continue.
- The philosophical quality in the forum posts is dubious in Spanish, maybe not the best situation to make an experiment like this one.
- Even if we don't need an artistic proficiency in English (comparable to Shakespeare's), we certainly need a good technical level in English to express complex (philosophical) concepts with precision. The precision required for complex and abstract concepts is the reason why some old words (from greek) are still preserved as part of the vocabulary that a philosopher should be able to handle.
- Again, the law of minimum-effort suggests us not to take any action. I don't believe in linguistic activism. Convergence is unavoidable, resistance is futile, nevertheless, promoting convergence is about as likely to have an impact as fighting it, unless done from the government, i.e. making language courses mandatory (but the impact doesn't get to be any strong either).
- For communication at this moment, the more languages the better. An important point to achieve great success for any writer that decides to write a book today is having the book translated to as many languages as possible. The more languages people can speak the easier they will find information, usually English is a superset (e.g. in wikipedia) but for Spain related news, Spanish is the language to use. This is a problem, and having a single language is the solution, but certainly this cannot be enforced it has to happen naturally. We find, however, that many different governments actively fight against it and we can see that the convergence can be slowed down to a great extent with the power that a government holds, specially considering that a fast convergence would require a lot of effort, and we must not forget the law of minimum effort. I guess that's why Martincito gave up so soon, which makes an excellent point.
To sum up, I would like to endorse the proposal in an ideal world, but I can't fully endorse it considering the current situation. I can only suggest you to improve your English, and if debating in English with other Spanish speaking guys helps you (because what we see here is Spanish grammar) then go ahead and enjoy. From my perspective, English isn't something to seek for, it's basically there, everywhere, if you have interest on something (anything) then go for it and English will in most cases pop out as the best language for it. There are many examples: wikipedia, coursera, youtube, TED talks,... I couldn't find FullMetal Alchemist: Brotherhood in Spanish, so I'm watching it in English. Spanish dubbing for Mass Effect? Keep dreaming... I personally get very confused when the characters talk in English and the subtitles are in Spanish, so I chose English subtitles for Mass Effect.
You don't need to run into English, nor rush into it, you can simply walk through it up to having a level that is good enough to do what you want to do, in a natural way, assuming there is something you want to do. All you have to do is accepting it and stop taking any actions to avoid it, because English is already pretty much everywhere. It's really that simple, keep calm and go on.
Voy a hablar en argentino
It appears to me that you were talking in spanish.
No lo confundás, boludo.