Andrew Anglin and Pomidor Quixote
February 14, 2019
Alison Chabloz continues to deliver the goods to the sickening Christ-killing Jews!
Fair play to her!
An anti-Semitic songwriter who compared Auschwitz to a ‘theme park’ and mocked the murder of Anne Frank in ‘disgusting’ songs shared on YouTube today lost an appeal against her conviction.
Alison Chabloz, 53, who arrived at Southwark Crown Court wearing a ‘white pride’ badge with links to neo-Nazi groups and the Ku Klux Klan, had her case thrown out by a judge.
What had links to the KKK?
Her or the lapel pin?
Because she doesn’t. She lives in the UK, for one. For two, all she is is a folk singer who doesn’t believe in the retarded Jew lampshade hoax.
The pin is a Celtic cross. Which is also used by… churches.
Chabloz had caused disgust by making music videos with lyrics that claim the Jewish community have exaggerated or made-up claims about the Holocaust.
She also mocked Anne Frank and laughed during her trial last year as the court heard how she mocked Jews being fashioned into lampshades, having their heads shrunk and being turned into bars of soap.
Wait so. Is the Daily Mail bringing back the lampshade and soap claims? Because the Jews themselves gave up on those particular hoaxes decades ago.
Just like they gave up on claims of being mass-executed in chambers with electric floors or masturbated to death with masturbation machines. I think they also gave up on the claim that the original gas chambers used diesel fumes from a soviet submarine engine and just suffocated them.
Basically, Jews have walked back every claim they made about this event save for the Zyklon B gas chambers. That doesn’t mean that these claims are any more believable, just that they had to have something. Gas chambers are actually no more believable than the cage that Germans would shove Jews in that had an eagle and a bear – the bear would kill them and then the eagle would pick the meat off their bones.
Gas chambers are also not more believable than any of their countless “raised by wolves” stories.
She was convicted of three charges of sending by a public communications network an offensive, indecent or menacing message or material last May.
District judge John Zani had said he was satisfied the material was grossly offensive and that Chabloz had intended to insult Jewish people and was not an attack on free speech.
Yeah, what she did may not be illegal, but her reasons for doing it were.
And today Judge Christopher Hehir upheld the conviction for producing three songs ‘grossly offensive to Jews’.
He told the court that although anti-Semitism and holocaust denial are not criminal offences, Chabloz’s attitude to the Holocaust is ‘highly relevant to her state of mind’
Anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial are not criminal offenses, but if you do these things and are thinking about hurting someones feelings when you do these things, then that is illegal.
He said: ‘Our factual conclusion, formed with the particular benefit of hearing her give evidence, can be more plainly expressed: she is a Holocaust denier.
‘She is manifestly anti-Semitic and utterly obsessed with what she perceives to be the wrongdoing of Jews and their disproportionate influence in politics, the media and banking in particular.
‘[The songs] weave together Holocaust denial and hateful attacks on Jewish people generally, by reference to well-known anti-Semitic tropes.’
Gideon Falter, Chairman of Campaign Against Antisemitism, said: ‘Alison Chabloz is a remorseless and repulsive antiSemite who has spent years obsessively inciting others to hate Jews, principally by claiming that the Holocaust was a hoax perpetrated by Jews to defraud the world. Other antiSemites who believe that they can abuse the Jewish community online with impunity should take note.’
Yes, it’s an ongoing campaign to intimidate people into never thinking the wrong thing.
Judge Christopher Hehir upheld each of the three convictions relating to the three songs.
Two of the songs were performed at a central London hotel for the infamous right-wing group The London Forum. Chabloz was said to have linked the two songs to her blog.
The other was posted to Youtube by Chabloz herself, it was said.
Judge Hehir ruled that the first song entitled ‘(((Survivors)))’ was ‘grossly offensive’ and made ‘tasteless references’ to holocaust victims and survivors.
The second song, ‘Nemo’s Anti-Semitic Universe’ was said by Chabloz to relate to an ongoing dispute online with a troll called Nemo.
Judge Hehir again said the song was ‘grossly offensive’ and ‘incorporates tropes about the supposed Jewish love of money’.
The song is also said to describe Auschwitz death camp as a ‘holy temple’ and a ‘theme park’ which the judge said was a ‘particularly sickening use of words’.
The third conviction, relating to a song posted by Chabloz herself on Youtube called ‘I prefer it this way – SATIRE’ was similarly ruled by the judge as ‘grossly offensive’.
He said: ‘It blames Jews for their sufferings, and brands them as thieves, liars and usurers. That is woven into sickening holocaust-related references’.
Chabloz was sentenced to 20 weeks imprisonment suspended for two years and banned from social media for a year.
The Daily Mail article then goes on to personally attack the woman by digging up stuff about her personal life, which really feels out of place considering they don’t do the same for every other convicted person they report on.
I wonder what’s different about this woman that entices these reporters to dig through so much of her personal life to portray her in a bad light.
Let this be a daily reminder that most of our countries have laws against criticizing foreigners that are definitely not part of the nation nor part of the people that founded the country.
Why can’t we freely mock outsiders in our own country?
At least we can mock them in our homes.