To the people of Europe who still believe in freedom
by Jon Rappoport
February 8, 2017
You can say all you want to about the history of Europe, but you also have to say that Europe was the cradle of liberty for the whole world.
The main struggle was held there. And finally, the clear idea of individual freedom emerged.
Then, gradually, in the wake of two World Wars, a new theme took hold. You could call it comfort, or security, peace for all, share and care, the good life.
Under a dominating tax rate, citizens had “services” provided by their governments. Many pleasant services.
Why not? All was well.
Even when these governments were placed under the umbrella of the European Union, most citizens of member countries perceived no real problems—as long as the services continued to flow.
But there was an addendum to the basic contract. The national…
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