THe WWF FaRCE 2011 (WiLL iT EVeR eND?)

williambanzai7's picture


Everyone remain calm...a solution "Lays a Head" 


Or did I mean "quit while you're a head."


And now, introducing the master financial slicer and leveraged EFSF dicer himself...


And his trustee helicopter pilot...


BTW, the entire three part series of PTA is now available...






 Together with this oldie but scary goody...


Apparently FAUX NEWS is at War with OWS.

And "He can't wait."


Meet Rene Fawkes


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dizzyfingers's picture

Eeeeeiow!!!!! Geithner -- gross.

Yankee.go.home's picture

Now THAT was a scary chart.

glenn17's picture

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earleflorida's picture

fast andy and skilling's brain-waves  should be put on lay's poltergeist halloween visit list

right on target,... subject down

thanks wb7 

acabrer's picture

hey go sell your "art" to the other "artist" in new york doing the ows. im sure they could afford it because it is not worth a dime...

williambanzai7's picture

If I was trying to make money online I'd be running a moron chatroom for people like you.

rosiescenario's picture

Great stuff as always.


I never tire of V....I wonder who designed the mask...just perfect.

williambanzai7's picture

The design is Good, but what makes it resonate is the historic connection.

Plus the speech in that movie V is excellent.

Coldfire's picture

Rajat Gupta's McKinsey & Company colleagues must be so proud.


McKinsey & Company, while formally organized as a corporation, functions as a partnership in all important respects. Its managing director (currently Dominic Barton) is elected for a three-year term by the firm's other senior partners. Each managing director can serve a maximum of three terms, a policy instituted by Rajat Gupta.[6] At a strategic level, a number of committees are charged with the development of policies and making critical decisions. Committee memberships, senior roles, and the managing director position all rotate regularly among the firm's senior partners and directors.

Former managing director Rajat Gupta explains McKinsey's structure as follows:

It is very much, in many dimensions, like an academic organization. We have senior partners who are very much like tenured faculty: they are leaders in their own right. [...] We have about 80 to 100 performance cells -- a geographic office or industry practice or functional practice. They are very much autonomous and they are not organized in any hierarchy beyond that. We don't have any regional structures or sectoral structures. So all these performance units, in a theoretical sense, report to me, which means they don't report to anybody, because nobody can have 80 or 100 people reporting to them.[6]

McKinsey operates under a practice of "up or out", meaning that consultants must either advance in their consulting careers within a pre-defined timeframe or leave the firm. "25% of the firm is new every year," Gupta says, "so half the people have less than two to three years' tenure in the firm, and their values need to be reinforced."[6]

All leadership positions, including the position of managing partner, rotate among the senior partners and directors.

McKinsey has about 9,000 consultants in 99 locations in 56 countries, [7] working with more than 90% of the 100 leading global corporations and two-thirds of the Fortune 1000 list.[8] Forbes estimated the firm's 2009 revenues at $6.6 billion.[9] The notion of company growth has been controversial from the 1970s as the firm began its global expansion; McKinsey opened many new offices under Rajat Gupta's tenure in the late 1990s. The election of British-born Ian Davis as Gupta's successor was seen as "a return to McKinsey's heritage".[10]

Another controversial McKinsey practice is its non-exclusivity policy: a conflict of interest could arise as different teams of consultants might work for direct competitors in an industry. This works to McKinsey's advantage, because it does not rule out working for potential clients. Furthermore, knowing that a competitor has hired McKinsey has historically been strong motivation for other companies to seek McKinsey's assistance themselves. The policy also means McKinsey can keep its list of clients confidential. However, because of this there is great emphasis placed on client confidentiality within the firm, and consultants are forbidden from discussing details of their work with members of other teams. While still working for McKinsey, consultants are prohibited from serving direct competitors unless they wait two or more years between the date they cease serving one competitor and begin serving the next; in some cases, consultants are forbidden from ever serving a competitor.

This philosophy has come under increased scrutiny with the Galleon case, with some questioning whether the firm is a discreet broker of confidential or even inside information marketed as "best practices".[11]



williambanzai7's picture

People don't realize that the entire financial services industry, investment banks, lawyers, consultants and accountants, regulators and rating agencies is one big conflict on interest. Someone could write a very interesting book on why this is the case.

General Debility's picture

Next time I try to give up coffee, I hope to get that image of Tim G on a razzle dazzle cup. that should do the trick.

You must have interesting nightmares WB7:O

williambanzai7's picture

I'll put it on a cup if you really want it. But it's not pretty ;-)

Zero Govt's picture

Finger-lickin-good Banzai  :)

falak pema's picture

Merkozy trying to beg the banks to accept around 50% haircuts on Greece...

"Please, please, please, do this for us as a face saver or we wil look worse than dumb." 

"Hey you clowns, we don't bail YOU out, you bail us out in the real world!!..."


williambanzai7's picture

BTW, she has apparently pulled out the war, Europe and history card.

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williambanzai7's picture

Studies have shown that a surprisingly high number of douche bags choose Rush for their ideas.

tamboo's picture

PDF The World Order


Murder By Injection


Jewish NeoCons Dominate GOP


Bette Midler (j-ny) Offers To Buy Occupy Wall Street Protesters (j-ny) Porta-Potties


ADL's Foxman wants Congress to sign pledge stifling debate on Israel in election debate


Jewish biographer Marcus Eli Ravage, published in 1928 in The Century magazine: "You accuse us [the Jewish elite] of stirring up revolution in Moscow! Suppose we admit the charge. What of it? ------- You have not begun to appreciate the real depth of our guilt. We are intruders. We are disturbers. We are subverters. We have taken your natural world, your ideals, your destiny, and played havoc with them. We have been at the bottom not merely of the latest great war but of nearly all your wars, not only of the Russian but of every other major revolution in your history. We have brought discord and confusion and frustration into your personal and public life. We are still doing it. No one can tell how long we shall go on doing it."

GCT's picture

Duke is an idiot and in bed with them talking about calling the kettle black, Please!.

baby_BLYTHE's picture

'in bed with them', not sure I understand what you mean by that? Care to elaborate? 

AldousHuxley's picture

Greedy Indians....the new jews?


Rajat Gupta

That fat fuck Raj Rajaratnam

Neel Kashkari


These 3rd world kinds areone of world's most corrupt!


A 2005 study conducted by Transparency International in India found that more than 55% of Indians had first-hand experience of paying bribes or influence peddling to get jobs done in public offices successfully.

India tops the list for black money in the entire world with almost US$1456 billion in Swiss banks (approximately USD 1.4 trillion) in the form of black money

As of December 2008, 120 of India's 522 parliament members were facing criminal charges


And this is where your jobs are going folks.


gangland's picture


You were right about one thing, Master. The negotiations were short

Gully Foyle's picture

I would like to point out that the OWS have finally hit a nerve. Thus the use of force.

As goes California so goes the US.

I'm a tad baffled as to whether Doonesbury is dissing OWS or supporting them? I mean it isn't like they have an Obama icon in the strip yet.

On the other hand Ted Rall has been right on the money lately.


williambanzai7's picture

We are reaching the point where there can be no denial about our overlords and the brand of fascism we are dealing with.

williambanzai7's picture

Those were the good old days when cheesy nightmare images were in the movies and reality was so clean and fun. Now we have the reverse.

Gully Foyle's picture


I thought it was round two of the World Wrestling Federation versus the World Wildlife Fund!

Bastards! I really wanted to see someone suplex a Polar Bear!

chunga's picture

You raise the bar every time Banzai! Gee...why are people protesting

Wanna get really pissed off? Give this bitch a good swift click...

Oakland Policeman Throws Flash Grenade Into Crowd Trying To Help Injured Protester

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I'm spreading the world IRL. And I hope you do so.


We are Anonymous. We are Legion.
We do not forget. We do not forgive.
Expect us.

williambanzai7's picture

Beanbag rounds. Instead of shotguns they should call them fun guns.

LawsofPhysics's picture

Come on guys, you should expect this.  Look around, who do you know who became a police officer?  What kind of person were they to begin with?  You now know what to expect.

NotApplicable's picture

Oh, I expect it. A state forged in violence can only maintain its rule through violence. That still doesn't make it right.

Hell, I can look out my window right now over at the police garage and see their tank sitting there (population: 120k). It's never been used, but you know they're just itching to try it out, as it has sat there since 2002.


buyingsterling's picture

I'd like to move to a state that is not supported by violence. Any suggestions?

williambanzai7's picture

I think the last one was Cambodia before the CIA rectified the problem.

WALLST8MY8BALL's picture

Costa Rica - No army since 1949!

NotApplicable's picture

As far as I'm concerned, that action was attempted murder.

buyingsterling's picture

"attempted murder"

Since when is lobbing an explosive device into an unarmed crowd attempted murder?

chunga's picture

That was probably just a "behavior modification" bomb. The target's behavior gets modified right to the hospital. I bet it's approved by Homeland Security so you know it's safe and doesn't really hurt. Modern behavior bombs  contain no hydrofluorocarbons so it's good for the environment too.

The cop is getting a bad rap. I wouldn't trust Dwight Evans (in his prime) to make that throw. Heck, it had to be 30'. I'm sure the officer did not intend the behavior bomb to land right in the small crowd directly in front of him.

Clear eyes recognize this guy for what he is. A true hero.

williambanzai7's picture

I noticed that bean bag rounds are called behavior modification arms. Whoever comes up with that shit does Joseph Goebbels proud.

chunga's picture

Hijacking Banzai's post here but it looks like the crack-down is in full swing. This one is from New Mexico.

Police arrest UNM protestors

Reporter describes the scene as a "Combat Zone".

web bot's picture

This is exactly the kind of #uckin shit that is not helping the situation. When opinion turns on the police, watch out.

I come from a family that had 2 uncles as cops (one detective, one ran a "state"), a brother and a brother-in-law also. I've heard enough about police brutality. If you only knew how many of these cops have been charged and found guilty for the use excessive force and the like, you'd understand that many of them are nothing more than a bunch of thugs in uniform... a long way away from their original intentions of wanting to do good.

Its a sign of the times... get use to it... you'll be seeing much, much worst from the National Guard before its all over (when martial law is enacted).

RemiG2010's picture

Don't know whether to laugh or to cry or both at the same time?! EFSF Ask why?

williambanzai7's picture

How quickly they are coming around to Geithturds way of doing business.

rocker's picture

Cry, We Will Pay the Bill for the Bankster's CDS.