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does anyone know if they made there loan payment? There dead line was today April 1st
Defaulting on loans is often a strategy among corrupt tribes who leverage debt to invest in lucrative private equity funds. Banks understand that they cannot pursue tribes for return of the investment nor take possession fo their property, which is either held in trust or owned by the tribe withoug scaling legislative hurdles and receiving tribal permission, which isn't granted. When tribes default, they appeal to the federal government for more taxpayer subsidies. The greater the poverty and suffering of Indians, the more money tribes stand to receive from the federal government to alleviate that suffering while the corrupt tribal leaders and their advisers make off like bandits. Defaulting on loans is therefore a strategy employed by corrupt tribal leaders to rip off the taxpayers and tribal members. Susan Bradford
And the "B.I.A. stands Idly by!"Eagle Eyes."
Not sure what I'm supposed to see. Looks like the ad is down, perhaps?
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