Carlos A. Gebauer, born 1964 in West Germany, is a solicitor and regular columnist of the journal eigentümlich frei.
The British author should not be left fighting on his own.
What the Western citizens completely misjudged at that time was a furious grievance that had been inflicted on all socialists in East and West by that victory of freedom.
Only a temporary life offers the possibility to value anything at all.
Like a wandering dune, the growing European construct continues to crunch its way across the continent.
The contrast between the consistently observable lack of vanity of the participants on the one hand and the excellence of their work on the other could hardly have been greater.
We all must learn that our opinions may be flawed.
The smaller a state and its authority are, the more insignificant and ineffectual are the points where uncontrollable and thus ungovernable disruptive forces can act.
If Europe, her borders, her values and her legal system do not physically resist this challenge,
it will also mentally implode.