“It won’t be long before the people storm this chamber and hang you . . . and they’ll be right!

05 Dec

Godfrey Bloom is an Englishman and Member of the European Parliament (MEP).  Here’s brief video of Mr. Bloom addressing the European Parliament and speaking truth to power.

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Posted by on December 5, 2013 in Despotism, Fascism, Government as Gangsters, Tyranny, Video


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45 responses to ““It won’t be long before the people storm this chamber and hang you . . . and they’ll be right!


    December 5, 2013 at 11:50 PM

    Al: Please forward to Mr. Bloom, “Spot On” as the English say; or, in the alternative, “Bloody Well Right.”!!!!!!!!!! Thanks for the post.

  2. Gary

    December 6, 2013 at 12:02 AM

    holy crap! good on him and bad on us (the complacent)

    Sent from my iPhone


  3. Ed

    December 6, 2013 at 11:18 AM

    uh-oh, Looks like we might need some Obama phones for the E.U. to give away soon.

  4. John Bruder

    December 6, 2013 at 3:21 PM

    To quote the British, “BRILLIANT” Godfrey “BRILLIANT”.

  5. Princess

    December 6, 2013 at 9:36 PM

    Well Alright~! YOU go boy!! That was awesome.

  6. John

    December 7, 2013 at 9:41 AM

    Bloom was filmed at the 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen congratulating the French for bombing the Rainbow Warrior, a Greenpeace ship, in 1985 ; In the clip, posing in front of the present Greenpeace flagship, Rainbow Warrior II, Bloom said, “Here we have one of the most truly fascist boats since 1945, well done the French for sinking (it).” The video appeared to have been uploaded to Bloom’s YouTube channel Goddersvision on 16 December during the last days of the summit, but was later removed …..Bloom is a Jew of the system…never trust a Jew of the illuminati system !!

    • t . nevers

      December 16, 2013 at 12:31 AM

      Bloom was right to say what he said about Greenpeace . there is NO global warming , this new york times article should clear up any questions on that subject an there are more . more and more scientists are coming forward every day calling global warming a hoax . as to your comment “Bloom is a Jew of the system…never trust a Jew of the illuminati system !!” you have some issues that need your attention an soon . good luck with that ..

  7. luke kendall

    December 7, 2013 at 10:48 AM

    fabulous, the words of the real people finding their way into the halls of power, well done to him. its also now finding its way onto facebook so should reach more people

  8. Robert Stephens

    December 7, 2013 at 10:49 AM

    Pity we don’t have a few more like this guy

  9. Jim Lewis

    December 7, 2013 at 11:37 AM

    Bloom is an appallingly racist, misogynistic pig. He is self aggrandising and this is analogous with Mussolini criticising the EU for being too lenient on trade. All I can say is that some of you are very easily taken in. Read some of his views on women’s rights, immigration, the bombing of the Rainbow Warrior, to name but a few.

    • Adask

      December 7, 2013 at 3:00 PM

      I have no idea what Bloom’s true motives may be. I doubt that I’ll ever know. But, whatever his reasons, he is in a position of power or influence (MEP; Member of European Parliament) and he just said something powerful and true that, if I said the same (and I have at times) carries little or no weight. What I say or write may be “interesting”. What Mr. Bloom says is “influential”. I applaud Mr. Bloom’s statement. I applaud Mr. Bloom.

      Just as some of Mr. Bloom’s critics wonder about his true motives, I wonder about the motives of critics who prefer to criticize Bloom, rather than applaud his statement. These critics are essentially making an ad hominem attack on Mr. Bloom in order discredit the content of his message.

      Why? Is the glass always half-empty for such critics? Will no one ever be sufficiently “pure of heart” to make a statement that is simply applauded for content and without reference to the speaker’s morals, values or history? If some of us are “very easily taken in,” some of the critics are “will never be satisfied”. And I wonder why. Why do the critics insist on discrediting statements that favor our side? Is it just a personality quirk where the critics are perennial pessimists? Are the critics all insecure “perfectionists” who won’t be satisfied until the whole world is a “perfect” as they claim to be? Or do some of the critics have an ulterior motive? Are you guys legitimate “critics”? Or are you trolls?

      One of you criticizes Bloom for being Jewish. Another criticize Bloom for being “appallingly racist, misogynistic pig”. How do you know those allegations are true?

      And even if those allegations were true, wouldn’t a man who was Jewish lose some of the Protestant, Catholic, and Muslim vote in England? I suspect that jolly old England is about 20% non-white; wouldn’t someone who was “appallingly racist” lose the “colored” vote in England? And if Mr. Bloom is “misogynistic,” and England is 50% female, wouldn’t Bloom lose most of the women’s vote? I assume that MEP is an elective position. If so, how did Mr. Bloom (the allegedly “Jewish, untrustworthy, racist, misogynistic pig”) manage to win election by English voters?

      Progress is progress. It’s not the end of the line. It’s not a victory, but it’s movement in the direction. Any progress should be celebrated.

      For me, Bloom’s statement is a “touchdown” for my “team”. Bloom didn’t win the game, but he scored. So, I’m going to cheer. I’m not going to listen to some crap that the guy who carried the ball across the goal line flunked sociology last month. I don’t give a damn. He scored some points for our side. So I say, “Hooray for our side! Hooray for Bloom!”

      • Marcus

        December 8, 2013 at 10:46 PM

        “If so, how did Mr. Bloom (the allegedly “Jewish, untrustworthy, racist, misogynistic pig”) manage to win election by English voters?”

        Probably the same way Obama won the elections in the US…campaign bullshit.

    • Wal Riley

      December 11, 2013 at 5:00 AM

      Is that Bloom of Bongo Bongo land infamy? He’s a proper ivory tower plank, and an all-round despicable excuse for a human being. Wouldn’t p*ss on him if he was on fire.

      • Gary Wilson

        December 13, 2013 at 4:02 AM

        It’s the very same, straight talking, 100%, Bloom. He says what a huge percentage of people believe and are too afraid to say. However, do I trust him to deliver…..were he in power???? Probably not, but I’d like to think he, or somebody just like him, would!!

  10. Jim Lewis

    December 7, 2013 at 11:38 AM

    BTW, who pays Bloom’s salary?

  11. Angi stokes

    December 7, 2013 at 12:13 PM

    thank goodness someone is standing up and telling it how it is He deserves a medal !

  12. gil rayner

    December 7, 2013 at 1:25 PM


  13. numauna

    December 7, 2013 at 1:44 PM

    yes! Bless you for the courage to speak truth!

  14. dion

    December 7, 2013 at 4:35 PM

    i’d like to be one of them who storm that chaimber

  15. Jetlag

    December 7, 2013 at 5:02 PM

    Turns out this Mr. Bloom is a member of the Ludwig von Mises Institute, which supports and incites the destruction of the nations in order that the Money Power may realize their centuries-old plan to rule the earth unchecked by the social and political institutions of world’s peoples.

    You gotta wonder what someone from an anti-state anarchist organization would be doing as a member of the mega-state European Parliament in the first place.

    • Charlamagne1

      December 10, 2013 at 1:18 PM

      He’s there for the money, fame, and self agrandisment; just like the majority of the elected establishment. The jokers make noises while the governing bodies get on with the job of governance. Just like DA creation-Zaphod Beeblebrox.

      • Adask

        December 10, 2013 at 2:04 PM

        When Frank Sinatra was still alive and singing, he’d wear a tuxedo when he performed. He wouldn’t put the trousers on until just before the performance began and he would never sit down in the tux because doing so would wrinkle the trousers. Sinatra did this an expression of his respect for his audience. He knew that he was not the star of the show–the audience was. In the end, people didn’t pay to see or hear Sinatra, they paid to see, hear and feel the audience.

        A singer without an audience is “nobody”. No matter how great a singer you might be, you’re nobody unless you can figure out how to attract a sizable audience. That principle is true for singers, actors, writers and public speakers. No matter what you sing, say or write, you’re only “somebody” insofar as you can attract an audience.

        Similarly, it doesn’t matter why Bloom is there at the European Parliament. The speaker’s credentials and values are comparatively unimportant. What matters is not the speaker, or the writer. What matters is the audience. It doesn’t matter what the speaker/writer feels or thinks. What matters is the content of his expression and how that content affects his audience. Without an audience, the words become irrelevant and almost non-sensical. With an audience, the words become powerful and influential.

        Jay Leno is not America’s best late night comedian because he’s the funniest man in show biz. He’s America’s best late night comedian because he attracts the biggest audience.

        Regardless of Bloom’s values or motives, his statement to the European Parliament is great because that statement attracted, affected and even inspired a huge audience.

  16. m. kitt

    December 7, 2013 at 5:26 PM

    Well said sir. You are totally right. I only wish I could shake your hand.

  17. Martens

    December 7, 2013 at 8:15 PM

    It’s amusing to watch a hired representative of a state entity, who takes a tax-funded paycheck, do a pompous little routine about the state being an institution of theft.

    Since this guy is clearly a phony, what could his true agenda be, behind the deception? Whose interests is Mr. Bloom really serving if not those of the evil state entity that sustains itself, and pays him, from the proceeds of evil taxation?

    Perhaps he’s there as comic relief for the other corrupt politicians and to serve as a pressure valve for the people at large. Once this performance goes viral, people of conscience who might otherwise do something to assert proper control over their governments will be tempted to hate-the-state instead, which amounts to more of the same negligent citizenship that permitted the very corruption he talks about despising.

    • Adask

      December 7, 2013 at 11:07 PM

      However “amusing” Mr. Bloom’s rant may be, and however mysterious his motives may be, you apparently believe that his outburst absolutely, positively could not be evidence of a man–no matter how corrupt he might otherwise have been–who had nevertheless been so sickened by governmental corruption that he hit his gag reflex and blurted out the truth.

      Therefore, you postulate that perhaps Bloom is a comic or perhaps bent on deception.

      Perhaps you’re right. In fact, maybe the whole video is a hoax posted by Saturday Night Live. Or, maybe he’s a space alien . . . yeah . . . maybe one of the reptilians . . . that could explain the outburst! But judging from your comment, the one opinion that you seemingly hold as gospel is that Bloom’s public outburst could never, never be construed as a a true statement made by man in a moment of furious honesty.

      I am left to wonder why you are so pessimistic. Why do you feel compelled to to criticize a speech that should be celebrated?

      History is full of villains and rogues who were lousy excuses for men and also brilliant writers or orators. In retrospect, should we burn all the books of Hemingway because he was an alcoholic and a suicide? Shall we ignore everything said or written by the physicist Stephen Hawking because he’s a gimp?

      It’s not about the people. It’s not about the writers or the orators. It’s not about their personality, quirks or lousy motives. We are, every one of us, imperfect and seldom worthy of much real respect. But every so often one of us manages to say or write something profound or courageous.

      It’s about the content of their words. If anyone says or writes the truth in way that’s compelling, the words deserve respect regardless of the man’s character. What difference does it finally make if Bloom’s motives were pure or corrupt? Someone made an incredibly honest statement in a public forum where such honesty could have been expected.

      I don’t give a damn if the speaker was an ax murderer or a chimpanzee. He spoke truth to power. In doing so, he showed courage. Whoever he was, I’m proud of him and I therefore cheer his remarks and his courage.

      But I’m not proud you, Martens. You insist on disparaging an almost heroic statement by attacking the character of the man who made the statement. For me, your ad hominem attacks seem to discredit you more than Bloom. Your criticism of Bloom is in no wise speaking truth to power. There’s no courage in your comments. You’re just spray-painting four-letter words on on the walls of someone else’s alley.

      Have you ever done anything in this life that demonstrates as much eloquence and courage, or has as much impact, as Bloom’s 90-second rant at the European Parliament? Have you ever written or spoken a moment of genuine “furious honesty”? Or have your comments always been confined to mere cleverness?

      On balance, none of us are worth much respect. Most of us do nothing memorable. A few of us have moment–just moments–when we somehow summon the insight and eloquence to say or write something courageous. Bloom just had one of those moments. That moment deserves our applause.

      • Jetlag

        December 7, 2013 at 11:55 PM

        Adask asked, “What difference does it finally make if Bloom’s motives were pure or corrupt?”

        When someone makes threatening public statements tending to incite the people to lawless acts, e.g. “storm this chamber” and “hang you”, an understanding of motive is an important element in defeating the larger criminal intent behind the incitement.

        That is, if the speaker was being serious. Otherwise, we can perhaps write it off as bad schtick.

      • Jetlag

        December 8, 2013 at 12:02 AM

        Adask asked, “What difference does it finally make if Bloom’s motives were pure or corrupt?”

        When someone makes threatening public statements tending to incite the people to lawless acts, e.g. “storm this chamber” and “hang you”, an understanding of motive is an important element in defeating whatever larger criminal intent may lurk behind the incitement.

        That is, if the speaker was being serious. Otherwise, we can perhaps write it off as bad schtick.

  18. tim

    December 8, 2013 at 1:11 AM

    Can he run for president?

    • Jetlag

      December 8, 2013 at 2:00 AM

      Given that the Mises Institute, 501(c)(3), advocates abolishing the institution of the state, which includes the United States and its Constitution, the answer to your question is: he can run but he can’t hide his motives well enough to win. The American people are not going to ask Mr. Bloom, a member of the Mises Institute, to preserve, protect and defend their Constitution.

      The international Money Power is going to have to work for its gains against the nation We the People have established. We’re not going to just hand them the whole kit and caboodle on a silver platter.

      • gerold

        December 8, 2013 at 8:51 AM

        Your beloved state is organized coercion & theft.

      • Joshua Stamp

        December 8, 2013 at 8:58 AM

        ?? The international Money Power are DEPENDENT on political institutions to legalize and support their pyramid schemes – an independent individual free from all hierachieral structures that suffocates mans enlightment are your “money powers” greatest enemy. You need violence monopoly which the states upholds and a disarmed public to stabilize the law that only specific private intresets are to have the legitimate right to create money – threw DEBT and with an interest rate. Insane. Second the political and legislatative structures further reinforce that behaviour by indoctrinating its citizens that this is moraly justifiable. Choose not to oblige then you will be met by the state monopoly on violence. That IS acctualy what people try anarchy ought to be since the strongest USES and ENSLAVES the weakest. For instance – you pay taxes (actually the debt to bankers on their artificial currency) not by choice but by FORCE. period. so bankers create a fraud – their currency – they USE the state to 1. FORCE people to accept it 2. bureaucratic institutions and legislatative actions to LEGITIMIZE their fraudulent parasitical schemes. In an enlightened anarchy where people would be informed and CHOOSE to exchange real value with each other no one would have accepted banksters fraudulent behaviour and parasites like banksters, politicians, judges, lawyers, journalists, bureaucrats would have perished since that non productive work would never be accepted.

      • Jetlag

        December 8, 2013 at 11:31 PM

        @Joshua Stamp “The international Money Power are DEPENDENT on political institutions to legalize and support their pyramid schemes”

        This used to be the case, until the Money Power gained the maximum practical degree of control over the world’s governments in the late 20th century.

        Their next big move does away with any need to “legalize” their crimes against humanity by overthrowing government-imposed rule of law altogether and ruling the world’s peoples directly.

        Better than the cumbersome job of indirect rule by hijacking a people’s government, simply hold the people hostage through ownership of the material resources they need to survive in a lawless “free market” utopia.

        And if you think the Money Power hasn’t acquired this ownership after a century of controlling the world’s fiat currency printing presses, think again.

  19. luke kendall

    December 8, 2013 at 1:31 PM

    To all who reject this mans statements because of his past, the message matters the vessel is unimportant while you snipe at peoples pasts the machine continues to evolve its dictatorial ideals.

    Evil prospers when good men fail to act

    Edmund Burke
    1729 -1797

    • John Bruder

      December 8, 2013 at 1:51 PM

      And Luke, we as men, seem to be failing miserably at this time in history. How pathetic we’ve seemed to have become……shame on us. Regardless of Godfrey past, at least he had the “BALLS” to step outside the systems status-quo and speak the truth; if even only for a moment. Bravo Godfrey.

    • scottie morgan

      December 8, 2013 at 5:53 PM

      Well that’s all fine a dandy but there are a lot of presumptions in your statement; one of which is you presume that he’s a good man, the other, that his past actions is not indicative of his present state of mind; remember the truth can be used to promulgate a nefarious agenda as well as a benevolent one, an examination of the following will give you some idea of what I’am alluding to!

      By: scottie morgan: Expressly Reserving All Liberties. A Man and A Living
      Spirit. Not a person, human-being, corporation or other type of
      abomination! All rights reserved. Without Prejudice, UCC 1-308

  20. Jesper Bengtsson

    December 8, 2013 at 2:07 PM

    Damn he was right about all. Love an honest politicians

  21. luke kendall

    December 8, 2013 at 3:49 PM

    @john well said it makes me sad to see how the media revolution seems to pit us against each other rather than unifying us, once upon a time suppressed people would rise up and throw out their corrupt governments but we have been sold a comfortable life style which no one wants to give up, im just as guilty, i want to keep a roof over my head and the wolf from the door, so i go to work to pay my bills and taxes to keep the machine going because i dont want my children to go hungry for their fathers romantic notions of just governments and fair governance and imagine a nirvana which i truly believe is no longer attainable.

  22. Peter

    December 9, 2013 at 2:09 PM

    ALERT, ALERT we have an EMERGENCY!!!!!!

  23. ireallymeanthis

    December 10, 2013 at 8:40 AM

    ”Spot on” ? Without taxes there would be no society. Without elected bodies to decide how to spend the revenue, he’d rather have what,a monarch? A rich person? A celebrity? Perhaps we could have a vote.

  24. David

    December 10, 2013 at 6:06 PM


  25. Dot Riley

    December 10, 2013 at 7:10 PM

    Godfrey Bloom is soooo right!
    They are a bunch of Hippocrites!

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  27. NancyMyhal

    July 3, 2016 at 7:59 PM

    That was awesome! Well said.


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