Fall of the Wall: A Model for the United States of Europe?

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Fall of the Wall: Model for the United States of Europe?
Statement by Giorgio Pagano, Secretary of the "Esperanto" Radical Association

In honour of the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the festivities appear to be purely ideological, post-war ideology, subserviencal. The United States of Europe still have far to go before they reach Pandataria.
The Eastern European vision, written in the Warsaw Treaty and the Atlantic Treaty, has gone from being "bound to the cane" to being "bound to the carrot."
Europe has far to go before it can cal itself truly free, because a free state has its own defense system, yet the European Union is still being controlled by the United States of America.
There can not be freedom without independence, and pan-European independence, as the creation of the United States of Europe, has a far to go before it is completed.
This commemoration day reminds us that if Eastern Europe was able to break out from the Soviet post-war bubble, then Europe can also cut the ties that keeps it chained to America: Europe will gain its freedom only when it emanicpates from the United States of America.




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