Maybe I am naive. Maybe usage of involuntary servitude, document fabrication, bullying and abuse of power by a major U.S. government institution is no big deal to people in Washington. I personally find it shocking. If I would not have experienced these events myself and would see Web articles like the letters sent to Mr. John B. King Jr., Secretary of Education, I probably would have hard time believing that the content of these letters describes real life events.
But that’s what it is. Not the glamorous headlines, but reality, describing one of the darker sides of how the Department of Education operates.
Mr. James Cole Jr.
Acting Deputy Secretary of Education
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue S.W.
Washington, DC 20202
Dear Mr. King:
Please note that this is an open letter that I will publish on the Internet, on StopExtortion.org and may also publish on other websites, so that it is accessible to the general public and to other institutions.
Enclosed is a copy of a letter sent to Mr. John B. King Jr., Secretary of Education. I wanted to bring the problems addressed in this letter to your attention as well – usage of involuntary servitude, document fabrication, bullying and abuse of power by the Department of Education. These actions have been documented on StopExtortion.org and proof exists to back up each one of these charges.
Under the current circumstances, I have no other alternative than to gather further evidence regarding other government agencies knowingly and willingly ignoring the Department of Education’s wrongdoings. Then, I will present the relevant information to the presidential candidates and the voting public via channels that get much more traffic than StopExtortion.org does. I will present the horrors of having the Department of Education that continues to use the current operating methods, exemplified by both what has been documented on StopExtortion.org and student loan debt crisis statistics, together with the fact that much better alternatives exist. From there, the case will continue until it is resolved.
I know with absolute certainty that I am right and am doing the right thing. However, is there no better way? I do believe that it is in everybody’s interest to find a solution to this dispute.
If the people at the Department of Education truly believe that they can prevail by continued usage of involuntary servitude and bullying, then, of course, this case truly must get much more spotlight.
If that is the case, then it is hard to believe, that people who hold such important positions can be so incredibly shortsighted.