williambanzai7's picture


Dear Sir,


I got your contact from The COMEX and i hope you will be a honesty and sincerelly person to handle a viable project involving our eligible AU inventories.

I am Mohammad Mommo JP Dimon the son of retired General Sandy Mommoh Weil who served with the ECOMOG in Citibank S/Leone and the brother of Barrister John Corzine.

I have an elephant buttload of papers evidencing eligible Gold AU bullions of good quality ready for export to any registered person.

The condition for sale is that the buyer will proceed to downtown Manhattan were the goods are kept in a Federal Reserve security warehouse for safe keeping and do on the spot test of this highly sought commodity.

After the satisfactory test, the buyer will arrange for the shipment to his own refinery and after the assay result, buyer will transfer the total value of the sellers account within 24 hours.

The price is USA $1,500 per once, net of natural tungsten purities.

One representative of the seller will accompany the buyer on the same flight to buyers country to make sure that the money is transferred to our account.

All the export documents are available. please contact me urgently so that we can proceed immediate shipment.

I really trust in you and I am sure you will not let me down in any way.

Thanking you for your co-orporation at all times.

Best regard
Mohammad Mommoh JP Dimon



Jamie has grabbed the wrong tool

Proving again he's a fool

This Kleptocrat raper

Believes precious paper

Can free-up a bank plugged with stool

The Limerick King


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diogeneslaertius's picture

this catastrophe brought to you by the mew world order

diogeneslaertius's picture


shovelhead's picture

We need FAT CATZ...

"Ur moneyz...

We stealz em."

williambanzai7's picture

Four things are happening recently that I don't like at all. 

I don't like the creeping narrative about depositor bail-ins, I don't like the TBTF coordinated witch hunt against Reinhart & Rogoff , I don't like the attempted slamming of precious metal buyers and I don't like what has happened to BitCoin. 

If I were a fringe low brow ZH conspiracy theorist, I would say the timing, all in April, almost looks coordinated. Suddenly, per the MSM, it's bad to be a fiscal realist, it's bad to have deposits instead of stocks, its bad to own PM because you don't trust the system and its bad to use digital currency.

And these subjects will all be dealt with by me accordingly.

As if there aren't enough things that I dislike.

Manipuflation's picture

Low Brow?  I can take some credit for that on the net.  Even stated, given the MNGOP conventions that I have been delegate to in the past on behalf of Ron Paul, at my own expense, I would posit that we are rather High Brow in nature instead. 

We all have our own style on this thread I believe.

williambanzai7's picture

We may be high, but we are described as lo by the clown geniuses who live at the Keynesian TBTF PhD big top circus.

Now get back to surfing PM porn and ammo deals, you fringe lo-brow ZH moron!

The Heart's picture

"Suddenly, per the MSM, it's bad to be a fiscal realist, it's bad to have deposits instead of stocks, its bad to own PM because you don't trust the system and its bad to use digital currency."

Take heart dear William, it's also bad to watch the LSM and the people know it.

Tune in and turn off the TV!

OldPhart's picture

I remember when we used to ridicule the Russian Propaganda 'news'.  Now we ridicule ours.

BidnessMan's picture

The big POTUS / Bankster CEO meeting the day before Gold and Silver got slammed was quite a coincidence.  But I don't believe in coincidences....

the grateful unemployed's picture

the feds and POTUS have had a terrific year, up over 10% in the markets so far. they can sit back from direct intervention and jawbone investors to make them stay in equities while the seasonal tendency is to sell. the opposite of buy stocks save yourself, is sell stocks and die. same message different incentives. good cop bad cop, you know

sunstreaker's picture

"I don't like the creeping narrative of the bail-in."


I'm afraid it is not creeping. It is already all there and for all to see:


The Financial Stability Board (FSB) develops the policy makers’ strategic response to the banking crisis and directs its legal and institutional implementation:


The FSB Plenary is comprised of the most senior representatives from Central Banks, Finance Ministries as well as from the main international bodies governing finance (FSB’s current chairman is Mark Carney, his predecessor was Mario Draghi):


The FSB developed the so-called Bail-In. The main working paper is “Key Attributes of Effective Resolution Regimes for Financial Institutions.” It is candid and succinct. Specifically view points 3.5 & 3.6 titled: Bail-in within resolution:


The last progress report leaves no doubt that the Bail-In is indeed a template for a great many jurisdictions, including the US and the EU:


williambanzai7's picture

It's creeping into the MSM narrative, which means its off the drawing board and in the propaganda machine.

The next message? If you arenot a good prole and run on the Ponzi deposit treadmill, the whole system will collapse. You don't want to cause that do you? 

williambanzai7's picture

Oh, I almost forgot, I don't like Krugman.

floridasandy's picture

who does?

krugman currency please.

news printer's picture

Yes I thought U forgot someone

Can't stop laughing

Croesus's picture

@ williambanzai7:

First off, kudos to you, on your wonderful artwork!

If you ask me, people should be scared of the creeping bail-in narrative. Here's one paper from the FDIC/BoE.

I can't find it on my pc, but the FSB also put a paper out, where they pretty much spell it out.

I can't tell anyone what to do, but I wish ZH readers would disseminate this information outside of ZH and other financial websites. Get it into the hands of family and friends, and explain what it means, and how it affects them. 

The more people get wise to it, the better off we'll all be.

OldPhart's picture

Sounds kind of ominous that the FED is titled the

"U.S. regime"

sunstreaker's picture

You are very right. FSB documents leave no room for doubt that the bail-in is supposed to be implemented everywhere.

Here is a link to the document you may have been looking for on your pc:

williambanzai7's picture

This is very troubling indeed.

There is no good reason to deposit your money with their banks and they persecute you for suggesting PM is a sound alternative! Now I most certainly never considered myself a PM zealot, however...

"I got this moron thing that I do. Its called thinking..."-RIP Brother George Carlin

sunstreaker's picture

The gentleman currently running the show at the Financial Stability Board is Mark Carney (his predecessor was Mario Draghi). I don't believe you have as yet featured him in your great artwork. He is certainly important enough.

Careless Whisper's picture

@ misterbanzai7



There is no good reason to deposit your money with their banks...

slight correction: There is no good reason to become an unsecured creditor of their banks...

Forty Six and 2's picture

I disagree. WB7 was correct with "There is no good reason to deposit your money with their banks..." Being 'secured' is next to meaningless. There's not enough funds backing the FDIC for secured deposits when another system wide event like 2008 occurs. Keep just enough in there to maintain min balances and cover monthly bills. Keep everything else out; starve the banks.

lotsoffun's picture

that's correct. there were (and are not) enough funds backing FDIC in 2008/2009 to make whole.  and are not today for the next show.

2008 to the tune of 18 billion dolllars, which the treasury printed up and handed to the FDIC and they passed along to the 'losers'.  from what i understand, the FDIC (via fees paid in by participating banks) have made paid that back to the treasury via the FDIC.

please correct me if i'm wrong.

that was on deposits of 100k per account.  they upped it to 250k.

this time is going to be A LOT OF FUN


Croesus's picture

@ Lotsoffun & Williambanzai7:


FDIC has $25 Billion in "Deposit Insurance"

Deposits are around $9.4 Trillion


The FDIC uppped the insurance from $100,000 - $250,000 on the heels of Lehman, to keep a bank run from happening.

At the time the 'insurance coverage' was per account, meaning that say you had $1M on deposit, you could split it up 4 ways and be 100% covered.

Recently, the FDIC changed it to $250,000 TOTAL, linked through your social security #.



lotsoffun's picture

their website is actually very good.

you can check for yourself.  also - the 'bargain real estate' propertys can be fun.  before the wall street hedge funds starting buying everything, i made me think about spending only $5,000.00 to buy a lot with a stripped house on it in detroit or likewise places.


williambanzai7's picture

As I understand it there can't possibly be enough money if we have a full blown "systemic event". Frankly, I'm not sure there would be enough if one of those TBTF pigs blows.

williambanzai7's picture

Unfortunately, it is getting harder to find a local bank as opposed to a TBTF skimming operation.

The Black Bishop's picture

Hehe, WB on the money as usual :-) Love it!

mrdenis's picture

I am Tondelayo. I make tiffin for you...........

lakecity55's picture


I have been stuck in a country run by a dictator for over a month. I am now in East Asia, where it is more free.

I missed your work, since it was all censored where I was.

It was also a good lesson in freedom of speech and assembly.

Keep stackin!

Pharming's picture

I wish I was a lanyard.

Conax's picture

I crush his little Beetlejuice head

like dat

WTFUD's picture

Apples hazelnuts bananas raisins coconuts sultanas in his prison job he'll short them by the case! luv you jamie

JohnGaltsChild's picture

Gold is dead...........long live gold!

floridasandy's picture

when i was looking at those jamie dimon hundreds, i thought you might actually be able to make a 10 and/or a 20 bill with that logo, and get enough people to accept it that it could actually be small scale currency.

it would start as a novelty, (that's why smaller denominations might work)---but if more and more people would take it people would probably trust it more than they trust our  dollars or our leaders.


news printer's picture

Few days ago I was joking about pressure cookers and forbidding them; and almost ....

Williams-Sonoma Concedes Victory to Terrorists, Pulls Pressure Cookers From Shelves

Do U imagine bunch of Talibans with pressure cookers as Wunderwaffe?


And finally something SPECIAL for WilliamBanzai7

Samurai sword-wielding Mormon bishop comes to aid of woman being attacked Read more:


williambanzai7's picture

Have you enlisted in Citizens Against Weapons Grade Kitchen Appliances!

nmewn's picture

Please indulge me Banzai.

RIP Richie Havens...

RIP George Jones...


williambanzai7's picture

I must have watched or heard that Woodstock rendition of Freedom 100s of times.

RIP Richie Havens