My nephew is from Russia. He is only 12, but I'm sure that he can tell you what the differences are between where he came from and America.
And sadly enough I fear, by the time he's 52 he won't be able to tell the difference. We have freedoms now, yes, much more than the former Soviet Union. But the way the majority of the public in their respective states is willing to hand over power all in the name of safety, there's not in the way of freedom the next generation will have
Why don't you talk to some older Russians or Germans or other Europeans , to find out why they can't own any property. Or leave an inheritance.
It's happening here and You accept it.
Thank You for keeping our country strong.