Ex-Mossad chief tells of ‘very bad prognosis’ for Israel
Press TV— The former director of the Israeli Mossad spy agency, Meir Dagan, says Israel faces a “very bad prognosis,” cautioning against the corrupt dominant political trend within the Israeli regime.
“I believe our system is reaching a point where the government is almost incapable of running the country,” Dagan said in an interview with the Jerusalem Post.
“We are on the edge of – I would not say a disaster because that is a bit exaggerated – but we are facing a very bad prognosis of what will happen in the future,” the former Mossad chief added.
“Anyone who is working and paying taxes and serves in the military is not receiving any support from the government, while everyone who is not working, not paying taxes and not serving in the military is receiving everything,” he said.
In 2011, Israel witnessed a series of protests as tens of thousands of demonstrator took to the streets in mid-July to protest Premier Benjamin Netanyahu’s economic and social policies.
The demonstrations were also focused on other related issues such as the social order and the power structure in Israel.