MeRRY BuNGa CHRiSTMaS!

williambanzai7's picture

BUNGA CHRISTMAS

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Yen Cross's picture

 Jewish girls are hot. ;-)

Nobody For President's picture

I was once married to a young Jewish woman, they indeed are hot.

Then I divorced and married a young Gentile lady.

They are hot as well.

So thanks for ALL the holday greeting cards that feature attractive young women in scanty dress, Banzai - I like 'em all.

old naughty's picture

So your point is?

Gentiles = Jews and are not slaves?

SamAdams's picture

Bill, your mother will explain to you shortly, you are an anti-semite.  My Jewish friends will argue with her, but it will be to no aveil.

So, let us celebrate.  We both have accomplished so much in this year 2012.  The awakening, the enlightening (as they call it), it is passing over the population.  Not only of the states, but the world.

Cheers!

-Bry

williambanzai7's picture

I think that's what your mother is telling you.

I'm just answering tonights request for a hot Banzai7 Channukah Greeting.
And I just received a big thank you.

And the real Santa, if you research the meme, is a grouchy anti-Semite. He looks like an all around grouch. The Santa we know in the US was created by one of my heroes, Thomas Nast.

Now if my Mom says I've turned into an anti-Zionist, she just might be right.

Wakanda's picture

Good (not great) book on early Santa:  "When Santa Was a Shaman"

http://www.amazon.com/When-Santa-Was-Shaman-Christmas/dp/156718765X

Black Pete, the Santa/shaman's helper was a grouch, but early pagan solstice leaders wore furs of green and brown, antler headdresses and encouraged good behavior with gifts.  If you were not good his sidekick might hit you with his broom.  Sometimes the Santa/shaman played both the threatening and rewarding role in addressing his tribe.  In Norse and Siberian shamanic customs, red and white Amanita muscaria mushrooms are a favorite snack of the "flying" reindeer, and probably "flying" Santa/shaman.

Our "Coca Cola" Santa has a rich, deep history from many different cultures.

In higher latitudes, it's all about celebrating the lengthening of daylight - What ever gets you through the night, it's alright.

Wakanda's picture

Knockin' me out with those American thighs.

Ho dee ho ho ho!

StychoKiller's picture

Where does that wire go? (you sly dog!)

stant's picture

merry xmas to all zh, tyler and wb7 . every man for himself these days. but godspeed to all from stant

tbd108's picture

The only reason we know about "bunga bunga" is that the man isn't always a friend of the Squid and the Morque. I suspect that if you looked into the lives of the top criminals at these places you might nominate Berlusconi for a relative sainthood reward.

DavosSherman's picture

Chirsmtas cards made great and easy.  Super work William.  Can you make one of ilene why you are at it?

fukidontknow's picture

LMAO thanks for the good times Banzai7

Yen Cross's picture

 Silvio Burlusconi is not a Capitalist/ he has an Achilles heel. His ability to control , is based upon his primary business/

  He is visable around people that do not want to be. He is scum, with €, and extorts his patrons!

andrewp111's picture

Berlusconi is my favorite EU politician. Where else will you find a multibillionaire leader who holds wild Roman sex orgies, and tells a young slut "I'll cover you in gold".

Yen Cross's picture

 He entices, you submit/   Good post

Yen Cross's picture
beau·ti·ful adjective/ exciting aesthetic pleasure , like Shorting Mario Draghi last week during his basically,"retractive ECB funding initiative ideas 2 months ago"...       No rants/
Vegetius's picture

What about Beppe Grillo and the Five Star Movement polling at 16.3%, Berlusconi needs to decide if he is going to run on an anti EU ticket or not. If he does he should increase his share well above the 15% the PDL are at now. Where will Rigor Monti go then?

 

“But I don’t want to go among mad people," Alice remarked.
"Oh, you can’t help that," said the Cat: "we’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad."
"How do you know I’m mad?" said Alice.
"You must be," said the Cat, or you wouldn’t have come here.”

- Alice in Wonderland

andrewp111's picture

He has to be careful. Billionaire or not, TPTB in the EU will have him put down if he becomes a threat to the Union. Secession is a very dangerous business. Just ask the Confederate States of America.

Volaille de Bresse's picture

Burp!

The Divine analogy is spot-on Mr B!

 

JOHN WATERS FOR PRESIDENT IN 2016!

( I man he couldn't do worse than "pro" politicians, right?)

Nobody For President's picture

John is a possibility, but I still think I'm a better candidate.

I mean, who else would be supported not only by the GLBT and whatever as well as the straightest of the straights?

My own humble self.

Wakanda's picture

John Waters 2016!

FaaaaaaBuuuuuuuLouuuuuuuS!

bank guy in Brussels's picture

Silvio Berlusconi may change the world in 2013 ... Berlusconi, bitchez!

Re-elected back into office in a few months, Berlusconi may be the one to shortly take Italy out of the euro-zone, and bring the whole thing mercifully crashing down ...

So let us not sneer at Berlusconi too much ... His personal peccadilloes aside, he may be the one to liberate a couple hundred million Europeans from slavery to a currency project they never should have joined.

It is the nationalist parties who are most aware and open about the north-south dysfunctional euro, and it is Berlusconi above all of them who is most likely to terminate the whole cruel game and farce

Italy leaving the euro-zone means a major 'moment' freezing up the euro-zone bond market and implosion of European banks ... and consquently Spain, Portugal, and Greece - and then perhaps even France - all follow along out of the euro, as their only way to rebuild, the sick 'spell' finally broken.

Berlusconi has already described the euro as a 'scam' in terms of the euro policy toward the Mediterranean countries ... while, as Zero Hedge has described, Germany has profited over a trillion euros in the last decade, due to cheaper exports from having a cheaper currency and cheaper borrowing costs

The euro may well survive as a northern-Germanic and actually higher-value euro, the strongest fiat currency in the world after the euro-zone fracture  ... and with the Mediterranean countries out, it is even reasonable to see Sweden, Denmark and Switzerland join the euro as well (Switzerland without joining the EU). All those countries are currently dirty-pegging to the euro anyway.

Should Berlusconi take Italy out of the euro and end this 'austerity' debt-slavery agony of many tens of millions of people ... he yet may go into the books as a personally flawed but great bold politician of early 21st century Europe

Ghordius's picture

Come on, pull the other one. "slavery to a currency project"?
Where is freedom? In devaluation & inflation? It's only a form of default and you know it, bank guy.

We had an excessive credit buildup in the whole first world. It's like drinking too much and now being hung over. You are making poetry out of a hair of the dog. Be honest and write that you just hope "something breaks", instead of writing about "slavery to a project".

BTW, the Greeks, the Spaniards, the Italians and all the others stlii don't want to get rid of the EUR. Why?

Tell me, why do peoples of countries with a living memory of currency troubles support this "project"?

Imbalances? Also a function of credit. It's ALL about credit and it's guardians, the banks.

Bastiat's picture

Italy "has" a bunch of gold -- if they can take possession, they've got foundation for a currency.