Prince al-Toinette taunts Saudis, says their ‘Day of Rage’ was a ‘Tempest in a Teacup,’ Should be renamed ‘Day of Allegiance and Love for King’

Stacy Summary: I tell you, bankers are the modern Marie Antoinettes.

30 comments on “Prince al-Toinette taunts Saudis, says their ‘Day of Rage’ was a ‘Tempest in a Teacup,’ Should be renamed ‘Day of Allegiance and Love for King’
  1. jimmy chen says:

    dat sounds sweet, “rove for de king day”

  2. Marc Authier says:

    ”Furthermore, now that Japan will have no choice but to launch a mini round of Quantitative Easing and flood the market with JGBs, there will be a dramatic spike in supply for sovereign paper, which of course means yields across the board will rise. Which begs the question: if an earthquake flips its wings in Japan, does the Eurozone go bankrupt, especially in the month when its most insolvent countries face billions in debt rollover requirements, tens of billions in maturity funding needs, even more in deficit funding requirements… and no cash?”

    ZERO HEDGE interesting reflections. Hey look at the USA assholes and worldwide assholes buying stocks today. These brainless bastards just don’t get it. Incredible.

  3. jimmy chen says:

    herro stacy

  4. Rusty says:

    Stacy, you need some history. Marie Antoinette was a saint (albeit very naive) compared to the banksters.

  5. Marc Authier says:

    The guy who said that was a fuckin greek bankster.

  6. stacyherbert says:

    @jimmy chen – hi

  7. stacyherbert says:

    @Rusty – Marie Antoinette is infamous for misreading the public mood and that’s what I’m saying the bankers going on CNBC are doing, they are misreading the extent of the public rage

  8. ronron says:

    rove for the king day. LOL

  9. nama rama says:

    wher is frances snoot?

  10. Mike/Liverpool says:

    How is that Atomic reactor getting on?

  11. Vonda Bra says:

    @ Stacy:” I tell you, bankers are the modern Marie Antionettes”

    I couldn´t agree more! 🙂

  12. MirrorMirror says:

    @Mike / L. …

    Japanese nuclear reactor in peril

    Radiation level rising at Fukushima nuclear plant in quake-hit Japan

    Japan Earthquake 8,000 TIME STRONGER than New Zealand quake

  13. MirrorMirror says:

    Especially for Stacy …

    Piers Corbyn: Massive Japan Earthquake & Tsunami Were Triggered by Solar Action

  14. Vonda Bra says:

    thanx a lot Mirror!

  15. bud007 says:

    the prince sounded VERY agitaged when he spoke…..

    my #AdonisDNA tells me that he and the rest of those a$$hole king arabs over there are very frustrated that the western media is trying very hard to stick their noses (AGAIN) into the arab’s bussiness

  16. ed says:

    Uh oh, but probably nothing to worry about

  17. Mini US says:

    Just to call yourself KING in this day and age makes you deluded to begin with.

    The end of this shit is soon.

    The word ‘King’ will be sent to the dungeons of history.

  18. Mini US says:


    Must have been that Solar Flare you showed us a few days ago the size of the sun itself. Great photo.

  19. Mark Lytle says:

    Found this interview from main media of one of the Anonymous hacker group. Again, major cahones, but should he be showing his face to the media? Is that prudent?

  20. Mark Lytle says:

    His mane appears to be Brian Williams.

  21. Mark Lytle says:


    I guess the maxi-moon is affecting my brain..

  22. Mini US says:

    Nice recovery Silver.

    SLAm Dunk !

  23. HUH? says:

    What an evil looking bastard Alwaleed is, eh?

  24. Happy Dick says:

    @MM … Thanks Man, for keeping the Keiserites on the edge.

  25. Palantír says:

    U.S. gas prices are a joke … in Norway

    Most Europeans pay at least double what Americans do. Some of them, including the Greeks and the Scandinavians, shell out even more.

    In the U.S., the nationwide average for the price of gas was $3.53 per gallon on Thursday, according to AAA. The price has risen for 16 consecutive days, jumping 34 cents.

    But that’s still less than half the $9.28 per gallon paid in Oslo, according to Din Side, a Norwegian search and news site that monitors gas prices, among other things.

  26. Mark Lytle says:


    I don’t believe in ‘New Age’ stuff, but I can quasi go along with Piers.

    It does make sense that tidal forces trigger earthquakes. The solar angle is interesting. I can see that when a solar eruption is pointed at the earth, huge numbers of charged particles hit the magnetosphere and that is leveraged back down to the earth’s iron core.

    I suppose I should do some research and find out the ‘ball park’ for what the magnitude of that force would be, if I can find numbers for the mass of the part of the coronal ejection that has interacted with the earth’s magnetic field, and the average speed of them coming from the sun. This then gives you a kinetic energy estimate, and then a calculation as to how rapidly they decelerate coming into the earth’s atmosphere, that gives a ball park estimate of the force involved. Some of those inputs are not particularly easy to get however…

  27. bammbamm says:

    Hi Ho Silver – By Brother Nathanael

  28. ehswan says:

    Women are the foundation of life. Men are the second sex.
    Holding the primary gender down will not last long.
    Like silver, women shall rise.

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