Mr. President, many believe that you cannot read and those that believe that you can claim that you cannot
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Our leaders make the laws. They control the military, police force, trade policies, tax rates and all facets of everyday life in the countries. You rule and have power. But for many of you, power is not enough. You indecently stuff your pockets with every chunk of public money and property that you can lay your hands on, often with elaborate crony and laundering networks to support your pilfering, stealing habits. May your days be numbered.
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