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The Last Schtuppers...


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Temporalist's picture

Lol great pics WB7!  But why is Alfred E. Neuman surrounded by all those idiots?

fourchan's picture

jesus! the last supper one says soooo much. nice job.

MeelionDollerBogus's picture

please oh please, Puxatawne Cyprus theme? Merkel popping out of a hole in the ground, sees her shadow, capital controls to last another 7 years?

Manic by Proxy's picture

That's good, clean fun, right there.

Jim in MN's picture

Evil Easter bunnies, surely there must be inspiration here somewhere:

Manic by Proxy's picture

Screaming children really does say it all.

kaiserhoff's picture

Moms with way too much time on their hands.

But it's good for the kids, right?  Right?

StychoKiller's picture

Dayumn!  Them's some creepy "rabbits" alright! :>D

Zer0head's picture

happend to be at KAPF earlier today (one of the airports targeted to lose their air traffic controllers next week due to sequester)  - this is Easter weekend and an early one making this one of the busiest wknds of the year here in paradise - KAPF does not have any commercial airlines only private planes (mostly jets) I did not have the wide angle so was only able to capture perhaps half the planes that are currently in town for the holiday - the 0. 00001%



orez65's picture

The airport can continue to operate as an "uncontrolled airport".

Most small airports are "uncontrolled" and open for business.

Zer0head's picture

LOL only 87,000 flights per year mostly jets - concentrated between December and May 

‘The Best Little Airport in the Country’ if you have the keys to a GV otherwise check out

kaiserhoff's picture

Thanks for the tip, Zero.

I'll fly a Cessna in there just to piss  them off.

kaiserhoff's picture

Of course it can, but jets have lousy visibility and glide slopes.

There are thousands of over paid fat fucks in Washington who should have been fired years ago, but Obammy and his all Commie band cut air traffic control.  Where is the Jew York Media on this story?  Can't be bothered.


Zer0head's picture

this is the location I took the picture from

scroll around and you will see where the 1% live at The Rock Creek RV Resort where a premium site (no trailer just the ground) will cost you as much as $1200 a month   LOL


CompassionateFascist's picture

No "sequester" prob at Santa Barbara Muni Airport: Oprah lives here

drunkenlout's picture

Euro/Prosperity t-shirt is a must-have.

fiddler_on_the_roof's picture

BS : Euro is not a prison, but a well managed currency.

EURO : if you borrow money from Germans , you have to pay them back.

USA/Asians/Rest of World : if you borrow, you can pay them in diluted currency and screw the savers


pick your poison. Most folks will pick later because common man wants soft currency.


I also understand that some of the money spent by Cyprus Banks may have been corrupt actions and the responsible oligarchs need to pay for it.

But from an ECB standpoint they are not be concerned who in cypris will pay.


orez65's picture

A "well managed currency"??

Any currency which has it's interest rate set by central planners is "not a well managed currency".

The Soviet Union could not set correctly the price of bread.

What makes you think that the ECB can price the price of money, interest rate, correctly?

Yen Cross's picture

    Billy-7, I've been AWOL.  "The Last Bankster",  reverse Cliche' was a great idea.

Herdee's picture

If I was a European and held Euros in my bank account,I'd be suffering from high anxiety.Who's next up on deck?We want ordinary people and businessmen and women to help pay for all these crooked banking basturds' activity(says the ruling gangsters in the EU).Just two weeks or so left until Reggie reveals the "who's who" of the biggest banking fraudsters in Europe.The biggest crooks have pledged their collateral several times to other banks,not just to the Central Bank.That info is going to be a blockbuster when she hits the crooked market in Euroland.My trigger finger is getting itchy to push that key on those Put Options.$$$

1000 splendid suns's picture

Hope to see the Easter Benny this weekend. How far down does that rabbit hole go?

andrewp111's picture

This rabbit hole goes all the way to the Crust-Mantle boundary.

Stud Duck's picture

Great work as usual, William.

Sun is shining, most all the calves have hit the ground. Shortly it will be time for a case of tractor ass.

All is good, hape all is good for you this Easter weekend!

Keep up the good work, you know they are watching, waiting, for your next one!

ebworthen's picture

"Euro Prosperity"


That's about it, isn't it?  Prosperity for the elites with serfdom for the majority.

Magna Carta 1215 A.D.  It appears in two more years we will have almost completely turned the clock back 800 years.

Mototard at Large's picture

Doesn't somebody get crucified right after this dinner?

Stud Duck's picture

Yea, but it won;t be the good guy this time.

Pure Evil's picture

This time the crucifixion was a week early, and Cyprus won't be rising from the dead.

ptoemmes's picture

I dunno...rumor has is something may be rising from the dead this Sunday. A chocolate EuroBunny perhaps?

malikai's picture

Where's Krugman in the top photo?

I'm guessing he's underneath the table, "providing valuable insight".

Stud Duck's picture

Malikai, you needd to look closer, he is peeking from behind, 2nd form your left.

He is doing his 'what me worry' thing.

monad's picture

Thats not dog they're eating.

Mototard at Large's picture

Solyent Green?  Black Beauty?  Old Yeller?


BTW, what is it with colour and alternative food sources anyway?

Peter Pan's picture

Brilliant stuff and brilliant timing WB7. Is the last supper meant to portray the devouring of Cyprus or is it effectively the last supper of the Euro before it is crucified?

duo's picture

transubstantiation  e.g. the Euro becomes real money?

too heavy for a friday?

williambanzai7's picture

I think they are running on gas fumes at this point.

Stud Duck's picture

Nah, William, not even fumes now, just coasting down hill, and gaining speed at that. You need speed to make a good crash!

Peter Pan's picture

Those gas fumes worry me as they are usually quite flammable.

Wakanda's picture

Fuck the Euro circus and the nutty Christians.

How about a WB7 tribute to the fertility goddess "Eostre or Ostara"?

palmereldritch's picture

Pagan is actually a contraction of the words "Pay again" hence it is inextricably intertwined with Bankster ethos*

*Actually I just made that part up, but this mythos is interesting:

The Babylonian goddess, Ishtar, is the one for whom Easter is named; ["Pagan Traditions of Holidays", p. 9] in reality, she was Semiramis, wife of Nimrod, and the real founder of the Satanic Babylonian Mysteries. After Nimrod died, Semiramis created the legend that he was really her Divine Son born to her in a Virgin Birth. She is considered to be the co-founder of all occult religions, along with Nimrod.

"The Goddess' totem, the Moon-hare, would lay eggs for good children to eat... Eostre's hare was the shape that Celts imagined on the surface of the full moon..."

["Pagan Traditions of Holidays", p. 10.]

Beau Tox's picture

I should remind Wakanda that the alternative etymological root for Eostre/Ostara is the same as that of 'Oyster'.  Ostrea virginica is best this time of year served on the half shell, with Tabasco or a nice horseradish sauce.  We will also eat hot oyster dressing here in southeast Louisiana, stuffed into our Easter dinner baked turkeys.  We are Christian adherents of a seafood fertility cult.

Wakanda's picture

Bon appetit mon ami.  Grilled leg of lamb and sweet potatoes with marscarpone for Wakanda.

I'll celebrate with any fertility cult.

kaiserhoff's picture

Great William,

   But which one isn't Judas?

Oh yes, Alfred E Neuman.