But you can surely put it to the extreme. Let's say you are one of those uncontacted peoples from Amazon judge, you never touched anything which price would be to any degree affected by the government regulations from the EU/Finland, you never touched anything that was even by a smallest portion made up from goods that came from the EU/Finland or by people who are a subject of taxation in the EU/Finland, you somehow get to a ship that goes from Brazil to Europe and transport goods, and you are being supplied with food completely voluntary by someone from the crew, you get off on the Finnish shore in Helsinki and being put into detention centre there and you are being supplied with shelter and food there that entirely come from the taxes collected in the EU/Finland. Yeah, you sort of get it all for free, and you never added up to the system before. But it's not free, it's stolen. Food and shelter are scarce, it had to be delivered by someone, who in that sense sort of ended up acting as your slave, as, again, people simply cannot choose to opt out from the system.