Infighting, like liars, in Zion…

Twitter troll Zionbat is upset after being accused by a fellow Jew of being associated with the Campaign Against Antisemitism :


Is CAA Director of Enforcement suggesting that the fellow Jew who wrote a blog in support of suspended Labour candidate Mike Sivier would be an antisemite? How confusing!


Zionbat certainly has a point. However, it’s doubtful CAA will attempt to make any such clarification regards its directors’ trolling activities, carelessly confessed to in papers submitted to court and backed up by screenshots.

Saving the best for last, here’s Amanda from Finchley, asking why I’ve still not been shackled and sent to solitary:


Oh dear!

And it gets worse :


Famous and a figurehead, eh? Maybe it’s high time Amanda decided to throw in the towel regards Israel advocacy and went back to giving online tarot readings instead.

6 thoughts on “Infighting, like liars, in Zion…

  1. Martin Odoni May 9, 2017 / 8:37 pm

    In fairness, I have stated myself that it is possible for people to be prejudiced against their race/ethnicity. Therefore, while counter-intuitive, it would not be impossible for me, even as a Jew, to be an anti-Semite. But I am not, and Silverman does not call me one due to my opinions on Judaism (he has no way of knowing what they are), but simply because I oppose Zionism.

    As for whether this ‘Bat Zion’ person (don’t you just love the way some trolls are terrified of using their real names?) really is an actual member of the CAA not, it is immaterial; there is no doubt that she supports them and always sides with them in public disputes. A membership card or lack thereof is a trifling distinction.

    And if she feels upset or ‘targeted’, she should consider that she chose to involve herself in an argument that did not really affect her, during which she accused me, without knowing anything about me or even having spoken to me before, of inventing my ancestry. That accusation was both untrue and offensive. Sure I could deal with that, but now she makes out that she’s being mistreated after she behaved like that?

    The words “Heat… kitchen” spring irresistibly to mind.

    • Ciaran Goggins May 10, 2017 / 9:09 am

      30% of Twitter and social meejah accounts such as Disqus are plod.

    • Alison Chabloz May 10, 2017 / 9:39 am

      The CAA was so desperate to have the now-recused CFI Judge Arbuthnot gag me just in time for Christmas, they took several of my social media posts and went all out to pervert the course of justice.

      The incriminating confession by CAA relates to two Gab posts I published after the first hearing. No names are mentioned in these posts; the two CAA directors are referred to by way of their troll account names.

      The confession reads “Remarkably, she also correctly guesses which Twitter account I use.”

      Silverman was forced to clarify in front of the judge that the Twitter account concerned was indeed his. This in turn confirms the identity of Falter’s troll account(s).

      The two men – especially Falter – were on my back day and night from August 2015 till the fatal day in court last December. Since then, they have tried to engage in damage limitation by muddying the waters, changing account names, etc., Through their own careless error, they’ve been caught bang to rights and they know it.

      Check out Zionbat’s thread. Silverman is conspicuously silent whilst all the others rally round with the usual barefaced lies, insults and mental health smears. Yes, they will all stick together and support each other publicly when it comes to protecting their own group interests. I find it amusing that whereas Tony Greenstein writes in ardent support of Sivier and others, when it comes to me, he sides with CAA and screeches ‘Holocaust denial’…

      • Martin Odoni May 10, 2017 / 10:25 am

        The paradox there is that Greenstien has himself been accused of, if not holocaust denial, then Nazi apologism by the likes of Jonathan Hoffman.

        That is always the ultimate destination of this brand of bigotry. It’s seldom possible to agree with anyone on absolutely everything, so sooner or later, these cliques will stumble on things to squabble about sooner or later, and the cliques break up.

      • Alison Chabloz May 14, 2017 / 5:58 pm

        To Poseiden, (apologies – this WordPress blog only allows a certain number of replies to individual comments – most frustrating!)

        Thanks for your comment. By way of his latest anon Twitter troll account, our privileged serial complainer is currently deploring the fact that I am in possession of a number of screenshots which may prove highly damaging to the organisation represented by his real-life persona.

        Paranoia is one explanation, but surely even he knows that Twitter is an open platform and that it’s not necessary to have a Twitter account to view tweets? Equally telling is how this show of paranoia also suggests an incapacity for self-reflection, not to mention a distinct lack of intellectual prowess.

        Witness statements submitted by his older sidekick a day or two before the first hearing would also point to a certain note of panic on the part of the original private prosecutor. More fool him for no doubt listening to the likes of Mark Lewis rather than heeding the advice of certain of his less personally-motivated coreligionists who are also part of the legal system.

        Liars and cowards will invariably make mistakes. Hopefully, this case will lead to more awareness regards Jew-Zionist meddling in our democratic system and help to prevent further human rights abuses of British patriots in their own homeland.

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