For those less inclined to wade through pages of text and case law quotations, certain paragraphs have been selected and reproduced below, with emphasis added.
Yesterday, February 13th, was the 74th anniversary of the bombing of Dresden in which over 100,000 men, women and children were burned alive in a holocaust delivered by the British and American air forces. There were more German civilian deaths during just a few days’ bombing raids over Dresden and Frankfurt than there were British victims of German bombs throughout the entire Second World War.
They fought for our freedoms – or so we were told.
Legal arguments today went in favour of the Crown, with Judge Christopher Hehir inferring that the complex issues of law raised regards statutes of S. 127 of the Communications Act (sending / causing to be sent via a public communications network) were somewhat ‘above his paygrade’. Whatever the outcome of deliberations tomorrow and Wednesday, a further appeal on these points of law will be made to the Divisional Court.
Apologies to my supporters who were unaware of today’s proceedings. My schedule has been hectic. Two and a half years of legal hassle over a song or three takes its toll, not to mention wild allegations of sabotage and manslaughter coming from those who are supposed to be on the same side and who should know better.
Everyone is of course welcome to come along tomorrow and again watch the videos of my “grossly offensive” songs as they were originally performed. My accusers from Campaign Against Antisemitism will also be there, no doubt tightly sticking to the usual script, and I shall again be giving evidence.
As expected, the recent case of Bishop Richard Williamson losing his appeal in the ECHR has been added to the prosecution file against me. Odd perhaps that there have been no gasps of disapproval sent in the good bishop’s direction from certain quarters – those mentioned above who are supposed to be on the same side; and no frowning either regards Dieudonné vs ECHR when the French comic lost his 2015 appeal after having had the audacity to invite the late Robert Faurisson on stage to accept the Prize for Insolence and Infrequentability.
Satire must be prosecuted! We can’t be having any of it! To the gallows with these heretics!
Wednesday is reserved for summing up and the verdict. In such situations, it’s always wise to expect the worst whilst hoping for the best and in today’s climate of political correctness it would be foolish to be too optimistic. But please do try to come along and show your support for the right to freedom of speech – it really does concern every one of us.
Southwark Crown Court
1 English Grounds
(off Battlebridge Lane)
Court N° 8, 10 am. (Nearest tube London Bridge).
“Take my most recent conviction; people can see what’s happening. As well, the opposition aren’t very clever, systematically boasting about winning with typical arrogance – which means they’re poor strategists. They are too full of contempt to have a proper strategy; but they will crush and humiliate…
Yet if we read comments online, many will talk about double standards and how they’re sick of not being able to say anything in France. The hits we take show who is getting hit and who is doing the hitting, which increases the feeling of anger and also raises awareness
As well as individual heroism there is also a collective advantage in what might be considered as self-sacrifice.
THIS IS OUR STRATEGY.
We take the hits so that people can see who’s behind all this. Of course there is a huge army of liars against us: if the media suddenly started reporting with transparency and neutrality, we’d already have won ages ago.
People would get very angry indeed if they were to discover certain truths and that’s why we’ve also been organising, using the Internet, creating websites and producing videos, etc.
We are engaged in a sacrificial but also exemplary combat to make people understand who are the baddies and who are the goodies.
Sometimes I go to court dressed in a T-Shirt which says in large letters:
‘Gentile’ and underneath – ‘If we are Gentile men, then who are the Un-Gentile men’?
[Si nous sommes les Gentils, qui sont les Méchants?].
And I’m asked to remove it and I say no, I’m bare-chested underneath and I see no reason to take it off. A “Goy” T-Shirt – this is the kind of thing I do.
And yes, it’s a kind of self-sacrifice, but it’s political and we score points from it.
There’s even a great quote from Mao who said ‘Fight, fail, fight again… until victory,’ – and that’s how it is.”
[Coming soon: extracts from the video with English voiceover. British patriots would do well to take a lesson from their French counterparts].
As the old saying goes, my enemy’s enemy is my friend. Tony Greenstein is something of a loose canon when it comes to talking about Jewish-ness and Zionism. Hated by my accusers, Greenstein’s petition to have Campaign Against Antisemitism investigated by the Charity Commission was quite a coup, although Greenstein himself was expelled from the Labour Party for – wait for it – “anti-Semitism”.
Greenstein’s latest post condemns my conviction on grounds of wishing to protect freedom of speech, at the same time covering his own back with the old obligatory mental health smear. The first of two notable quotations:
In my view Chabloz should not have been convicted. I also take the view of Raul Hilberg the most distinguished of all Holocaust historians that even holocaust deniers make us question our knowledge of the Holocaust.