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While Americans are busy entertaining themselves and hating each other, bankers and their stooges in government are busting out all the legal screws needed to make sure that their casino capital ponzi scheme elicits perfect results against an increasingly “educated” population.
They want 100% efficiency and they’re not afraid to do what’s necessary to force you to “pay them back,” for the money they created from thin air, the moment you signed your life away, so you can “learn more to earn more,” through their government subsidized student loan racket.
In October, 42 nurses’ licenses were suspended for failure to repay their federal student loans, including three in Chattanooga, according to the Tennessee Department of Health’s monthly disciplinary action report.
That’s not all. In at least two states (Montana and Iowa) the government will revoke your license to drive indefinitely until student loan associations notify them of your compliance. [read more] shareverything.com...
originally posted by: OhOkYeah
There must be some consequence or else everyone will do it.
Not saying it's right but people should think twice before signing their life over to a bank. I'd rather be poor and free than have a little more money and owe the bank for the rest of my life.
originally posted by: intrepid
OK, I have a question. Are student loans in the States government issued?
In October, 42 nurses' licenses were suspended for failure to repay their federal student loans, including three in Chattanooga, according to the Tennessee Department of Health's monthly disciplinary action report.
The suspensions were the culmination of 18 months' worth of efforts to notify and to work on repayment plans with hundreds of professionals licensed under the Tennessee Department of Health and Department of Commerce and Insurance, said Peter Abernathy, staff attorney for the Tennessee Student Assistance Corp., which provides financial assistance for post-secondary education for Tennessee residents. Some of them had been in default on their loans for years, he said.