I’m Google and I defraud the taxman. Pagano (ERA):”Europe must become digitally independent”.

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News is resonating through European daily newspapers: the European Union declares war to the American colossus Google for anticompetitive and dominant position achievement, tax evasion and copyright infringement. Same situation for Apple and Microsoft which extended in the last years their business in our continent.

News is resonating through European daily newspapers: the European Union declares war to the American colossus Google for anticompetitive and dominant position achievement, tax evasion and copyright infringement. Same situation for Apple and Microsoft which extended in the last years their business in our continent. Main protagonists of digital world do not transfer sales proceeds into their homeland, so they can escape to Federal Tax of 35%; instead, they divert their profits to banking groups located in low-tax States. Lastly, these sales proceeds are re-transfered in societies dislocated in tax heavens such as Bahamas. “As European patriots we must consider two things:t: these American multinationals do not want to pay any tax, whereas their consumers are Europeans; and an half billion of eurocitizens depend on American companies for what concerns the informatic field” said the ERA’s Secretary. “As in colonized India, the freedom of and within the Union, virtually colonized by USA, is a major issue. The EU must become digitally independent and ensure EU citizens and the whole world open operating systems and Internet freedom” concluded Pagano, just as we have free universities” concluded Pagano. “After the monetary independence was achieved with the introduction of the Euro, linguistic independence through a federal language must be pursued. The promotion and adoption of Esperanto in public schools and universities has to start as soon as possible” concluded ERA’s leader.




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