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The big confusion about Google and Android

Is it Google? Is it Microsoft? Is it Facebook? Or is it the EU itself what is making unfair competition?
I tell you it is the EU itself! Why could the German StarOffice not survive? EU governments preferred to use MS-Office. And with that preference they killed European competition. Why did MySQL became am Oracle product? EU governments preferred Oracle. MySQL AB could not survive and was sold to ... Sun and later to .... Oracle.
StarOffice was a German product, so all other counties in Europe did not like StarOffice. MySQL was Finish so European governments did not like it. A similar story can be told for PHP. And I could go on and on.
The whole EU is one big nest of failed states. Unable to protect European intellectual properties.
It is the EU what is making unfair competition because EU nations like each others products less than what is made in the USA.
Are there no alternatives for Android and Google Play store or iOs or Apple's App store? Yes! What is the EU doing about helping to promote an EU based alternative? NOTHING!
The European Commission is a failing government masking its failures by blaming others!

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