Mangez Merde, Sarcozy!

Lately, there are new headlines coming out of the European / Eurozone debacle daily, such as some country’s bonds exploding, banks getting downgraded, Muppet rulers getting switched for other Muppets, and of course the regular dude getting totally shafted by the big banks and their politician henchmen. Greece is going down, Italy is next, Hungary, Ireland, Spain, France – it’s a fucking mess over there in Europe these days and they are going to take the whole world down with them when they finally go under.

The main problem is that everyone is broke – the countries, the banks, the people all owe each other money in a big tangled web of graft, greed, political grandstanding, incompetence, and a Malaysian level of retardation by the people that are supposedly “leading” Europe.

It should be obvious to most kids older than 10 with a calculator in their hands that there is absolutely no way to pay off these huge debts with tax revenue, so Europe has only two options: default and reorganize or print a shitload of Euros.

Default of course is the right thing to do. The problem with this is that the big banks worldwide that bought all these shitty Greek, Portugese, Irish, and Italian bonds would stand to lose a bunch of money if they were actually forced to bear the responsibility for their retarded investment decisions. Therefore, since they own the governments of Europe, this will not be allowed to happen. Instead they will borrow and print to the moon.

Money printing really kills the normal single dude. It’s the same as coming and stealing money out of your bank account when you consider the inflation that it causes. But it’s necessary because those bankers need their Christmas bonuses so they can keep sending their kids to expensive private elementary schools and keeping their mistresses happy with diamonds and coke.

The assclowns running Europe (as well as America) don’t care that this makes food and energy prices go up worldwide and impoverishes billions. They couldn’t care less about regular people. They don’t give a shit about giving all this money they steal from the taxpayer to the bankers. The way they see it, it’s not their money so what’s a couple trillion between friends?

The leaders of the Euro bailout fiasco are Angela Merkel of Germany, and Nicolas Sarcozy of France. These two deserve a place in the Retardation Hall of Fame for all the useless pretending to “solve” this unsolvable crisis they’re doing. Every time they get together, there’s news that they have developed some sort of plan for a solution, which is never anything real and nothing ever gets done, just like in American politics.

So it’s just all a big waste of time, and even more money. The G20 just had their a summit in Cannes, France, where a bunch of world leaders talked a bunch and accomplished nothing, and wasted a whole lot more taxpayer money. Hmm, Cannes? That’s an expensive place and not really single dude recommended. I mean, you can easily spend a couple hundred Euros there to get a good hotel room? Shouldn’t they meet somewhere cheaper, like Omaha?

But, no, it was Cannes. And boy, did they waste some of our money. Yesterday I came on this newspaper article that I thought I’d share with you:

37,000 E per night

Does it come with coke and hookers, or is that extra?

Here’s my translation:

In full economic crisis, as governments struggle to find missing billions, the price per night of French President Nicolas Sarcozy’s suite in Cannes last week for the G20 summit is a little provocative. Because Sarcozy is a little bitch who doesn’t give a shit about his people or their money, he decided to rent a 37,000 Euro per night suite in order to have a comfortable place to fuck hookers provided by lobbyists, drink expensive wine, and suck banker dick. Are you even surprised at how much of a “Fuck you!” this is to regular people who he is forcing to swallow the austerity pill so his rich friends don’t lose too much money?

The article goes on to list the per night costs of a few other G-20 leaders’ suites:

Obama: 35,000 Euros
Italy’s Berlusconi: 29,000 Euros.
China’s Hu Jintao: a very thrifty 11,600 Euros ($16,000) per night.

And, there you have it. Nicolas Sarcozy is first among the assholes of the G20. Congratulations, Nic! You wasted the most of your broke-ass country’s money!

Mangez merde, Sarcozy! I hope you get a disease that doesn’t kill you but makes you live forever in unbearable pain. If Hell existed that would be the perfect place for you. But there is none, so the only thing I can hope for is that your banker buddies throw you under the bus and get you sent to bang-your-ass prison for what you’ve done to the world. Maybe Angela can strap one on and do the honors. But you’d probably like that, you Frog piece of shit.

Charlie Bushmeister

Call me Charlie. I decided to join with others to write this blog because I feel that I have learned a lot about how to succeed in life in general. It took a lot of trial and error and I've developed a wealth of philosophies, skills, and tricks of the trade that would be very useful to like minded guys out there. There's no need to repeat my mistakes, of which I have made many, instead I urge you to read this blog, absorb and practice its lessons, and then go out and have the most awesome life, on your own terms. To me that means good health, success in your career, the number and type of relationships you want, and general satisfaction that you're not wasting your life spinning your wheels, but going forward always towards your goals.

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  • Eastern.European.Expatriate

    I guess you guys read this article. In Slovakia our government went down because of this guy and his party. What do you think about it?

    • Elijah Craig 18

      I remember following the vote live on zerohedge and hoping that Sulik would succeed. I’m ready for everything to just go ahead and collapse already so we can get on with the business of rebuilding the worlds’ economies and our lives. I have no knowledge of Sulik outside of that moment, but on that day (for me at least) he seemed to be one of the few honest politicians in Europe. And if not the man, then at least his cause seemed righteous to me.

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  • Elijah Craig 18

    Default of course is the right thing to do. The problem with this is that the big banks worldwide that bought all these shit Greek and Portugese and Irish and Italian bonds would stand to lose a bunch of money if they were actually forced to bear responsible for their retarded investment decisions. Therefore, since they own the governments of Europe, this will not be allowed to happen. Instead they will borrow and print to the moon.

    Default is the right thing to do, but it’s not just that these criminal banks stand to lose a lot of money that will prevent them from doing so… The even greater problem are the credit default swaps on government debt all these banks hold. The banks all claim that they’re perfectly hedged with CDS, but the ugly truth is that every bank holding swaps is every other banks’ counter-party. In a collapse no one will be able to pay up and no one will be able to collect. If sovereign debt defaults (which are desperately needed) start to occur, then every global bank will fail including all the Primary Dealer banks that are buying all the shitty government bonds. When that happens it’s lights out…no more lending, no more liquidity, no more funding of government debt…nada! These people (governments and banks) really have shafted the world for decades to come. Prison is too kind for them.

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