Exclusive nationally-oriented language systems

The deeply entrenched attachment to national language systems is a major hindrance to the globally-oriented language systems that are called for in the present time. Although they project the linguistic symbols that preserve the wisdom and heritage of a culture, national educational plans have universally failed to revise language systems to include the trans-social explosion of symbols and to recognize the need for adapting a secondary linguistic technique for use in global exchange.
(D) Detailed problems