Topic: Why is a bank loan a theft or counterfeiting?

Why is a bank loan a theft or counterfeiting?

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Re: Why is a bank loan a theft or counterfeiting?

A theft is the action or crime of stealing.
A counterfeit is a fraudulent imitation.
A bank loan is an amount of money loaned at interest by a bank to a borrower, usually on collateral security, for a certain period of time.

I don't see how a bank loan is either a theft or a counterfeit.
If the implication is that the bank loan costs money (interest to be paid), then the only way to avoid is is not to take that loan.
If money is needed, then there is a cost to be paid - banks are corporations that are designed to make money; otherwise the only loan option would be a charitable organization.

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