The former Zionist president is accused of ethical corruption

Moshe Katsav

Moshe Katsav

Moshe Katsov, the former president of the Zionist regime, is accused of ethical corruption.

The speaker for the Zionist regime’s judiciary council announced that the Israeli court will officially charge Moshe Katsov with rape and sexual harassment.

Moshe Katsov is 63 years old and a father of five. In June, 2007, he was forced to resign from his post.

The former Zionist president is accused of raping one of his former aides.

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The United States is the most corrupt country in the world

Felipe Calderon

Felipe Calderon

The president of Mexico said that the United States was the source of corruption, drugs, and violence throughout the world.

Felipe Calderón, the president of Mexico, said that the United States was the most corrupt and most violent country in the world. He said that the leaders of this country must first look at internal political and non-political issues before they criticize others.

Calderon said that the United States supplies and uses the largest amount of drugs in the world. He also pointed out that the security forces of various countries have given lives trying to prevent the illegal transfer of drugs to this country.

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America in the Time of Empire

All great empires and nations decay from within. By the time they hobble off the world stage, overrun by the hordes at the gates or vanishing quietly into the pages of history books, what made them successful and powerful no longer has relevance. This rot takes place over decades, as with the Soviet Union, or, even longer, as with the Roman, Ottoman or Austro-Hungarian empires. It is often imperceptible.

Dying empires cling until the very end to the outward trappings of power. They mask their weakness behind a costly and technologically advanced military. They pursue increasingly unrealistic imperial ambitions. They stifle dissent with efficient and often ruthless mechanisms of control. They lose the capacity for empathy, which allows them to see themselves through the eyes of others, to create a world of accommodation rather than strife. The creeds and noble ideals of the nation become empty cliches, used to justify acts of greater plunder, corruption and violence. By the end, there is only a raw lust for power and few willing to confront it.

The most damning indicators of national decline are upon us. We have watched an oligarchy rise to take economic and political power. The top 1 percent of the population has amassed more wealth than the bottom 90 percent combined, creating economic disparities unseen since the Depression. If Hillary Rodham Clinton becomes president, we will see the presidency controlled by two families for the last 24 years.

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