So no way for me to read it?
I dont undertand why something can be read on the US and not in the UE
Technically, the answer is that websites aren't the simple "here's the stuff, render it" that I'm old enough to remember, they can and do run all sorts of code that can do pretty much anything. And making a guess at where you are is possible - though not always correct - and then redirecting you based on that is one of those things that code can do.
But if your question is why do that, there of course I can't answer. My guess is that someone put stuff in so that there could be different answers for shipping questions, but did it badly. But that's just a guess.
But of course as I indicated, errors can be made, or in other words there are ways to fool it. But actually I didn't need to try any of those (except the one I tried and failed with). The Wayback Machine is your friend, when it covers the site, and by chance (?) it has this one archived. At least Part 1 (is there a Part 2 yet?). Here's the direct link:https://web.archive.org/web/20180728201119/http
Edit: You may have to cut and paste that as the link fools the intelligence here, even in URL tags (which I just removed as they didn't work).