When Europeans smugly extol the virtues of their country in relation to the United States with respect to education and healthcare implying we don't actually know what's good for us and without heeding to and respecting the inertial power of the corporate oligarchy.
Many Western Europeans view the United States in such a broad brush strokes, they believe our issues are simple cases of widespread, willful ignorance rather than struggle against centuries of oligarchy. At cocktail parties, those afflicted feel compulsion to explain us into a state of enlightenment, scarcely realizing the extent of their eurosplaining with statements like, "We don't have any significant debt via education here in Germany. Seems like we are economically more feasible. Just a hint"
by DIlon Charles February 28, 2018
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