Dear Mr Dieudonné,
I asked one of my French friends to send you this letter and publish it for me.
I cannot do it myself because I am a political prisoner in the Federal Republic of Germany guilty of non-violent speech. Solely for exercising my right to freedom of expression, I’ve been imprisoned for three years now. What hypocrisy: first they chant “Je suis Charlie” praising freedom of expression and claiming to want to combat terrorism; and on the other hand they are themselves terrorists against freedom of expression!
In 2012, after seven years of exile in different countries, I was arrested in Portugal and extradited to West Germany for expressing my thoughts [against the war in Iraq, denouncing the US government and American Indian Genocide] in 2002 and 2003.
Obviously, I was guilty because I didn’t use the correct form of freedom of expression, the one whose sole purpose is to humiliate other religions and hurt several million people by drawings of the Prophet Muhammad.
Criticism of Holocaust stories is the wrong kind of freedom of expression. Stories implement by a very powerful and influential organized lobby which influences businesses, government policy and finance.
I learned that democracy permitted offensiveness towards the religious sensibilities of millions of people worldwide but that it did not allow the business of a certain group of individuals to be disturbed by uncomfortable questions.
Who needs a “democracy” like this, from these same individuals? I have always believed that democracy was supposed to defend people’s interests, not those of a small but highly influential group of businessmen and stateless Meistersingers.
My punishment was completed in October 2014 but I was not released from prison. I have to stay here until another trial for “denial of crimes against humanity,” they opened against me. I am accused of “denying the Holocaust” in private letters, written when I was in prison in Portugal as I waited for my extradition. The subject of my letters did not address the issue of “the Holocaust” in detail, but just to ask why freedom of expression is not effective for this period of history.
The state prosecutor said that asking this question in itself a crime, because my intentions were to deny “the Holocaust”. The Court said that I should wait for my trial in prison because I was still going to spend a long time for my terrible crime.
Maybe you and your readers might ask the German Embassy in France how the FRG may exclaim “Je suis Charlie” and rent the freedom of expression, intimating the order to respect the freedom of Expression to China and Russia, while people like me are enclosed as political prisoners, including serious criminals, just because of a non-violent speech.
Dear Mr Dieudonné, I really appreciate your work and mindset. I assure you of my support and my sympathy.
Prisonnier politique en RFA
Delighted to announce that Autumn’s Here has been selected to be filmed as part of the Fringe Performance Archive.
Sunny Sunday afternoon, Newhaven shore, Firth of Forth.
There’s been a fair bit of synchronicity going on since I arrived in Edinburgh. Too busy in the weeks preceding the Fringe I’d left finding accommodation till the last minute. I arrived a day earlier than the viewing arrangement for my flat, preferring to spend one night at a guest night which I suspected wasn’t too far from the flat’s location. How convenient to discover that the flat was just 50 yards from the guest house on the same street.
Another example was last Saturday when a man who came to see my show introduced himself beforehand as Stu, asking if I was the Alison Chabloz who’d sent him some information about a fracking site in Canonbie near the Scottish Borders two years ago. Earlier the same day, Stu had taken his 2-year old granddaughter to see a show at New Waverley…
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British solo acoustic artist of Autumn’s Here, Alison Chabloz, after refusing to be intimidated by ‘Israeli hound squad’ for over year, is now being accused of sending pictures of her performing the famous anti-establishment quenelle gesture and sending it to her Jewish accusers.
The gesture, which French Jewish Lobby CRIF insists to be a ‘Nazi Salute’ to demonize the Jewish people by reminding them their sufferings as Holocaust victims, was invented by popular French comedian Dieudonne M’bala M’bala. The Organized Jewry’s moronic reaction has made the quenelle popular from Paris to Mumbai.
French prime minister, Manuel Valls, whose wife is Jewish, also claimed quenelle to be a Hate Crime. In January 2015, responding to Netanyahu’s call for French Jews to immigrate to Israel, Valls claimed that there will be no Francewithout Jews.
On August 17, 2017, Alison Chabloz answered these idiotic accusations against her on her personal
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After months of being hounded online by a small group of hard-line Zionists, I decided yesterday to dedicate a Quenelle gesture to my abusers, one of whom wrote a letter of complaint to EdFringe in a failed attempt to have my show banned. My tweet provoked a flutter of reaction and a request from Breitbart editor-in-chief @RaheemKassam for my email address :
Dear Ms. Chabloz,
I am writing an article after my attention was drawn to your picture making the Quenelle gesture in Edinburgh this weekend. I wondered if you would mind answering a few simple questions on the matter:
1) Why were you giving the Quenelle sign? Do you disagree that it is an anti-Semitic gesture, similar to a Nazi salute?
2) Who was it aimed at, and what point were you trying to make?
3) I have noticed there are some blogs and Twitter accounts that claim you have “denied” the Holocaust? Is that a fair claim, or is it something different? Do you accept the consensus, that 6 million Jews died at the hands of Adolf Hitler and the Germany Nazi Party?
My reply :
I’m up here in Edinburgh to perform my solo acoustic one-woman show Autumn’s Here. Before accepting and signing up for a month-long run of performances, I had felt obliged to inform the organisers about an online smear-campaign against me which began over a year ago.
This smear campaign includes letters to my employer as well as a host of abusive blog posts and online bullying – behaviour better suited to a primary school playground than to a platform for debate such as Twitter.
Thanks to my transparency regards this situation I was told by one of the festival organisers last week that ‘a member of the public’ had written a letter of complaint to EdFringe in an attempt to get my music show banned. They failed. Miserably. I wrote two mercilessly mocking blog posts about my abusers (here and here). They replied with several more anonymous, exceedingly nasty blogs which have been reported to police.
Ironically, last January following the attack on Charlie Hebdo, this same group of people were avidly waving Je suis Charlie banners and crying out for free speech. However, it would seem that they’re only in favour of free speech when it’s speech they agree with.
As clearly stated in my Quenelle tweet, the gesture is aimed at this group of people: Internet trolls who hide behind a mask of anonymity in order to smear and bully. For the moment, there have been no live protests at the venue I’m playing. It seems my abusers prefer to air their grievances from the cosy comfort of their armchairs. My Quenelle is a massive “Up yours!” aimed at these living examples of double standards and outright idiocy.
One of the main ringleaders in this campaign of abuse against me is Ambrosine Shitrit from London. With over 40 accounts suspended on Twitter for targeted abuse, Shitrit has dedicated her life to complaining about what she perceives to be ‘antisemitism’, targeting individuals and organisations she despises.
Coming back to the Quenelle gesture itself, Roger Cukierman, president of the French Jewish Council, CRIF, considers the Quenelle to be an anti-establishment gesture unless it is performed outside a place of worship or memorial to Holocaust victims.
Others – including Shitrit – consider the Quenelle to be antisemitic under any circumstance: a hashtag search on Breitbart reveals that the editorial angle veers towards labelling the Quenelle as “Neo-Nazi”. My Grandfather, Stanley Tyrer – a soldier in the British Army – was killed by Hitler’s Luftwaffe at the age of 23 in 1940. ( Irate at not succeeding in getting my EdFringe show banned, my abusers have again turned their attention to Stanley. Recently, one associate of Shitrit – Andrea Silva Goncalves from Tower Hamlets – publicly stated that Stanley had been sent to a prison camp for deserters. Not content with smearing just me with outright lies, my abusers are now targeting my dead grandfather… )
France’s most successful comic, Dieudonné, has made the Quenelle gesture his trademark. He even has an Internet TV channel named Quenel+. The restrictive Gayssot-Fabius law in France which effectively outlaws freedom of expression makes it easy for pro-Zionist press outlets to use terms such as “convicted antisemite” with regard to Dieudonné. The UK has no such law and hopefully never will.
‘Holocaust denial’ is another term which is being bandied about a lot these days. Those who point the finger are basically screeching “Witch!”. Nobody denies that the Jews and other groups suffered horrendous atrocities at the hands of the Nazis nor that millions died in camps. It is the method of murder which is under question and if people dug a little deeper into the issue they may discover some interesting facts regards the presumed existence of homicidal Nazi gas chambers.
Indeed, the French Gayssot-Fabius law only came into existence when Professor Robert Faurisson (whose mother, by the way, was a Scot) published his findings on the lack of any physical proof regards homicidal Nazi gas chambers. Faurisson has suffered no less than ten physical assaults by thugs associated with the LDJ (League des Juifs – French equivalent of the JDL, Jewish Defence League) and, like Dieudonné and others, has been punished financially in the French courts for expressing views based on in-depth intellectual and scientific research.
“Did six million really die?” Ernst Zündel published a pamphlet posing the question in 1974 and after two high-profile trials in 1985 and 1988 was eventually sent to solitary confinement for two years in a Canadian jail. Zündel was then extradited to Germany where in 2007 he was finally convicted and jailed for another five years. Like Faurisson, Zündel suffered physical attacks as well as having his home destroyed by a pipe-bomb.
I don’t know the answer to Zündel’s question. With an establishment corrupt to the core and police obfuscation regarding high-profile child abusers ( the Labour peer and former chairman of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, Lord Janner, springs to mind ) – is it surprising that so many people are now starting to question official versions of history?
Sadly, as we have seen during another recent smear campaign of Jeremy Corbyn, eloquent debate seems out of the question. Accusations of antisemitism and Holocaust denial are hurled in the direction of anyone associated with the Palestinian plight and those calling for an end to the illegal occupation of Gaza and the West Bank by Zionists. I like many others hope Corbyn becomes Labour leader and that after so many years we will start to see some real opposition in the House of Commons.
As for the trolls and their tiresome quest of hatred against those who do not share the same opinions, they continue to create new sockpuppet accounts on Twitter in order to implement tried-and-tested tactics of ‘Block and Smear’. No doubt, in the traditional Breibart modus operandum, Raheem Kassam will run a hatchet job which my abusers will tweet to kingdom come. That’s why I decided to blog first. We see conflation of antisemitism and anti-Zionism all too often in the mainstream press. It needs to stop.
At the same time I’m tempted to offer my heartfelt thanks to Breibart, Kassam and the desperate souls who wish to see me clamped in irons and sent to solitary simply for expressing an opinion. As the old saying goes : all publicity is good, and it’s time more people started standing up to Zionist bullies.
Alison Chabloz is performing her one-woman acoustic music show Autumn’s Here at Fingers Piano Bar, Edinburgh every night (except Mondays) at 7.45pm until August 30.
As stated in one of the comments posted below the above pic : “I’m far too old to be busking unplugged on the Royal Mile.” That was in 2010 when I came to the Fringe for the first time. Nowadays, I limit my Edinburgh busking to “indoors only” unless it’s positively sorchio. Today the temperature is 19°C and the heating is on.
Mind you, I could just as easily have been back on the streets again if EdFringe had taken seriously the whining of ‘a member of the public’ who wrote a letter of complaint about me, presumably in the hope of getting my music show Autumn’s Here banned because – also presumably – the person writing the letter doesn’t agree with my political views.
You see, I’m a controversial, loud-mouthed but articulate dissident. My opinions have made me unpopular with feminists as well as with the far right, ‘leftist’ Zionists…
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