Universal values yes, but Europe has been the first zone (ok north America is the other one) where there are countries and societies where these values have been landed in the best way (with fewer imperfections and flaws). The main concern I have is that there is a lack of commitment of main street with politicians conducting the European tryp to a common future and a lack of democracy in European institutions (governance is being conducted at country level). The economic arena is the clear example: we need to get a basic agreement and we can't achieve that. If economy is basically global and we are not able to agree the economic governance. How can we achieve the rest ones?
Colombia and its population deserves a better future, with the end of FARC. There will be a long way to achieve that and there will be stones like Uribe or some assassins in the narcoguerrila, but the first step taken by Santos can encourage most of leftists supporting Farc that polls are much better than weapons. And not only for the majority of Colombians but also for themselves.
(Sorry, I continue) with the help of the stand (or tax payers)
- middle class is angry also with those that take into advantage the system for paying less than X % of income tax (it can be 13% or 20%), compared with the rest of the people (another unfair inequality)
- but business people are angry also with the intervention