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world_debt_slave's picture

Revel in this time of history.

WTFUD's picture

Barry O knows when to Hold(er)'em and Fold'em.

Joebloinvestor's picture

Holder is a fucking creep who I hope dies a painful death, and cries himself to sleep because the pain is so bad for days before the end.

A scumbag with a corrupt "black" agenda that is nothing short of racist.

FUCK YOU HOLDER, I will piss on your grave.

Cognitive Dissonance's picture

He's just a place holder for the Ponzi Banzai7.

Nothing more than a hired gun with no bullets and instructions never to fire.

williambanzai7's picture

In this regard he has done a fine job. Just like the rest of them.

Now take a look at the 16 page drone memo.

zorba THE GREEK's picture

" He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster.

And if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you."

                                                   Friedrich Nietzsche

Stud Duck's picture

He is also credited with " those who fail to learn their history are condemned to relive it". Many other's have been credited with it, but the qoute is Nietzsche's.

I believe the correct line is "if you gaze into the abyss to long, it will gaze back".

Nietzsche was one of Hitler's favorite philosophers. He quoted him all the time!

Good post, Nietzsche has not been treated well in history, but his thoughts/philosophy has been used many times without being credited. Albert Speer used his quote on history in the forward of "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich", most others fuck his quotes up!

monad's picture

The Hegelians manufactured Nietzsche as the conservative antithesis to their Marxist position. Since then the rules of engagement have changed. Prepare accordingly and tell the children the truth.

The They's picture

Here's a theme song to go along with the picture:

Son of Loki's picture

Excellent! Hard to choose amongst all the culprits ... but you picked a Doozy!

williambanzai7's picture

Lets just say that if they can't figure out a way to nail him, something else is wrong.

Piranhanoia's picture

Godzilla's spawn, Mozilla

Bastiat's picture

Hree's something truly monstrous:

First it's the mythical US Citizen al Qaeda senior leadership who can be droned, then it will be expanded, of course.

Free_french's picture

Thanks for the "What me Hollande mask..."

He really deserves it !

How proud we are to have such a What, me worry ! leader here...

williambanzai7's picture

Always happy to help the free French.

the grateful unemployed's picture

the job of attorney general is pretty tough, since Bush anyway its like a one man SCOTUS, interpreting laws to benefit his boss. few of them ever amount to anything after leaving office. its like being the attorney to a mob boss.

blu's picture

"its like being the attorney to a mob boss."

Finally someone explains it to me in a way I can understand.

fourchan's picture

at least janet reno got to burn some children to death.

Bastiat's picture

Under the direction of the charming Clintons.

TruthInSunshine's picture

wb7, I'd change the slogan to "Anal Justice For All."

You know....anal justice for everyone but the best friends forever of the New York Fed.

Transformer's picture

Janet Reno is small potatoes.  Madeline Albright got to kill 500,000 children in Iraq.  What a score.  And she even admitted it on 60 minutes..

blu's picture

Brown children, in another country, a country having oil reserves. They only count something like 100,000 to 1 against our own.


Okay that felt really shitty even for sarcasm. But it's the truth according to Fox News, and what probably 80% of Americans hold to be true.

mikecagg's picture

The tan man can!!!!!!!!!!

WTFUD's picture

. . .Go fuck himself.

azengrcat's picture


LinkedIn has a theme they are pushing: "Where I Work" which shows a picture of the individuals office and some fluff piece about what they do ie:  Wonder what the Bernank's office looks like?



williambanzai7's picture

I have pictures of his office somewhere. It's an oblong space but nicely appointed.

Zer0head's picture

LickedIN sucks off(and in) the unemployed middle management cohort convincing them that they need to put their whole miserable life in pixel form as their former coleagues and neighbors surreptitiously look on.

Trish Regan is a CFR member

BSberg is the new CNBS but worse

flapdoodle's picture

Or, "the best Justice money can buy"

eatthebanksters's picture

Does Holder do Botox?

Zer0head's picture

LOL these fools are tweeting themselves


Floyd Abrams, Cahill Gordon & Reindel partner, discusses the DOJ civil lawsuit against S&P on . Watch here:

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eatthebanksters's picture

just watched the vid...if wat Abrams said is true, then this is just a smokescreen and and/or shot across the bow by Holder.  Unless the Feds own the judge, S&P sounds like they are pretty confident they will prevail.  I think this is just Obama doing his CHicago politic as a warning to the other agencies..remember, fiscal cliff negotiations are coming up and the GOP has dug in its heels. Obama does not want to preside over the next downgrade (and financial implosion). 

blu's picture

That sums it up.

Obama is printing himself a "Get Out of Jail Free" card in anticipation of a fail on fiscal matters. If he can get Holder to fuck up a few ratings agencies then there won't be any threat of a US downgrade later.

But nobody needs to cry for these ratings fuckers. The agencies brought this on themselves and are a bunch of pussies anyway. Them singing the gloom-n-doom song only now, after taking the cash on all the puff ratings they did during their hay-day, is crocodile tears. A day late and a dollar short, guys. You still suck. Go somewhere and die.

Atlantis Consigliore's picture

Corzino: "Coulda been Sec of Treasury ah' Zino,  ASBET!  Angelo, Erico, Bananko and Turbo timm-ah a coca roacha

(I know Bonzo, Im a studo, and can swish and say in the cesspool with Angelo and be Friends of Family:

dont call me Fredo: why not me, Im smart I can do things!!!)   THERE WASNT ENOUGHT TIME;

but I digress and dont remember, I have a headache, some bonds fell on me, ASBET. 

williambanzai7's picture

For those of you who have never had the displeasure of dealing with rating agency types, they are basically bankster wannables who didn't make the cut. They wind up working for a rating agency and getting brow beaten by banksters who want to get their deals closed. Which makes it all the more comical that Holder has decided to throw S&P under the Subprime bus.

Of course, if you really want to know who the primary subprime perps were, read The Monster by Michael Hudson.

Clowns on Acid's picture

Billy B. - Of course they go after the Ratings agencies rather than the Inv banks. They make an example of the Ratings agencies (Egan Jones - big penalty for rating Obama / Fed insanity = insanity) and then the very public slap on S&P just show the banks who the feck is running this unconstitutional show.

Funny Obama meets with all the bank heads this week....right after S&P rebuke... Chavez is being out _Chavez'd.

williambanzai7's picture

Their situation is they have to put forward a sacrificial lamb for a tush slap to appease the sheep.

Bastiat's picture

Wm,  love your work but I have worked with rating agencies for 25 years and have a somewhat different impression.  Most of the analysts I've dealt with have been bright and diligent and I've never seen an underwriter presume to browbeat one: plead, evern argue, yes but always respectfully.   It very much depends, I believe, on what group you are dealing with.  But generally speaking I think it gets more rotten as you go up the ladder where the real power lies. 

On the other hand, I can remember getting bullied out of a structured deal by one or both of the raters while the collateral structure my firm proposed was infinitely more secure (perfected) then what was offered by the banksters, whose collateral structure was about as tight as SLVs custodial structure. 

So I'm not denying the corruption or crony corruption at the top, I'm just saying that in my experience are many good folks who do their jobs as they should be done and are respected by those they work with.

williambanzai7's picture

Yes you are right that, people who are professionals should not be sullied by the corrupt behavior of others.

To be clear, my experience involved the emerging market and high yield space. One can only imagine how people behaved in the CMBS space.

WALLST8MY8BALL's picture

Would you say these types are like a movie critic or Las Vegas Dave?

bigdumbnugly's picture

Halls of Justice Painted Green
Money Talking
Power Wolves Beset Your Door
Hear Them Stalking
Soon You'll Please Their Appetite
They Devour
Hammer of Justice Crushes You

The Ultimate in Vanity
Exploiting Their Supremacy
I Can't Believe the Things You Say
I Can't Believe
I Can't Believe the Price You Pay
Nothing Can Save You

WALLST8MY8BALL's picture

Justice "For all that can afford it!"