The Eleventh Commandment

First, they came for the artists…

An article last week in the French version of the Times of Israel laments the fact that school teachers in France are experiencing increasing difficulty when trying to “educate” students on the “Holocaust”. Predictably, the finger is pointed at the French Muslim community. In order to remedy the situation, public education policy will now ensure that teachers undergo special workshops and in-training days.

My first thought when skimming through the article was French comic Dieudonné’s contribution to the Revisionist cause. The enemy, neatly assisted by the likes of ex-PM Manuel El blanco Valls, severely shot themselves in the foot trying to censor him: 8,000 people turned up at a recent show in Marseilles and the comic’s success has never been more widespread.

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An American Jew denounces the persecution suffered by Alison Chabloz and Monika Schaefer

By Robert Faurisson.

On January 16 of this year Henry Herskovitz spoke out against the persecution by Jewish organisations of the Briton Alison Chabloz and the Canadian Monika Schaefer (the latter has now been imprisoned in Germany for nearly 200 days). Both women had expressed, particularly in videos posted on the internet, their revisionist convictions.

H. Herskovitz is a retired engineer living in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He was a friend of the late Ernst Zündel. He is Jewish, a revisionist and has long been active against both the policies of the State of Israel and international Zionism; he defends the Palestinian cause.
Six months ago he was able to read aloud the text of his statement in support of the two brave female revisionists before Ann Arbor city council (see the video above running 3 m. 47 s.).

Today the names of the Englishwoman Michèle Renouf, the grand German lady Ursula Haverbeck, the Frenchwoman Maria Poumier and several other representatives of the allegedly “weaker” sex are associated with theirs.

Click here to view original article which includes video footage of Mr Herskovitz’ speech.

Welcome to AlisonChabloz.Com!

My site has a new domain name with further visual and functional upgrades coming soon. I can also upload videos directly to my site – quenelle to YouTube! All previous posts and photos remain intact under the new alisonchabloz.com URL.

Here’s a recent version of my short performance in Vichy at last year’s celebration in honour of Professor Robert Faurisson‘s 88th birthday. As well as Gerard Menuhin’s Tell Me More Lies, you can also hear a little speech I made in French (with English subtitles) at the beginning. Charmant, n’est-ce pas?

 

 

Europe’s twenty-first century witch trials

 

Today, I watched Vincent Lapierre’s EetR report on last week’s hearing at the court of appeal in Paris where patriot and author, Hervé Ryssen, stated his case against a 17-month prison sentence demanded by the state procurator and usual anti-racist [sic] busybody organisations (LICRA, SOS Racisme, Jewish Students Union, etc.)

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A song of strategy & other news

Parisian Songs of War – Giuseppe Fallisi and Alison Chabloz

180519 joe and me vichyYesterday, I finally received the full video footage of Italian tenor Giuseppe Fallisi and I performing together in Vichy last year in honour of Professor Robert Faurisson’s 88th birthday. Although the acoustics are far from perfect, it was a pleasure to listen again after all this time. Entitled in Italian Parisian Songs of War Mr Fallisi’s own musical compositions take the words of Baudelaire, Rimbaud and Verlaine – poets studied and taught by the professor. Indeed, the professor first became known to the French public at large because of his work on the poetry of Rimbaud.

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Response to Matt Broomfield in The Independent

Broomfield did not have the courage to publish my comment below his article which appeared late last Sunday. Suspecting this might be the case, I made a copy. Firstly, here’s Broomfield’s section about me:

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My unpublished comment:

As Matt Broomfield would appear to have sympathy for the plight of the Palestinian people, it seems rather strange that he omits to mention references I made about Palestine in my songs and in my talk.

In fact, no doubt relying on memory, Broomfield also manages to misquote, misinterpret and mislead in regard to what I actually said that day. My performance was scripted and was filmed – although not uploaded to YouTube for reasons of jurisprudence.

I most certainly did not say I was in trouble “just for writing a few songs offensive to Jews”, nor did I add any “Come on!” following my remark about Professor Faurisson’s 88th birthday in Vichy.

Most perplexing of all is that this meeting took place three months ago in February, which perhaps partly explains Broomfield’s misquotes and omissions. The judge mentioned recused herself over a month ago and although I am certainly still on bail, this is not the same as being ‘out’ on bail.

Rather than play Kosher Brother, perhaps Broomfield could have investigated why British police closed their investigation into the online harassment and death threats I’ve received since 2015 – investigation closed just two weeks before I was arrested by the same police force for writing a couple of songs? Now that would have been some proper journalism – rather than the poisonous garbage he chooses to spread here.

Then again, Broomfield perhaps believes my grandfather, great-grandfather and countless others who died fighting for this country were fighting so that Brits would face prosecution in their own land for writing satirical songs which upset Jews? Would the author also argue that these men fought and died in order to give queer men the right to marry and adopt children?

And for all those on this thread rambling on and on about the ‘Holocaust’, why not show some proof – or at least accept an honourable debate – rather than trying to criminalise opinions.

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Update: will Tommy ‘none of my friends and family are white’ Robinson be turning up at Broomfield’s house with a video camera? 

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Update: five months on and still no charge

Derbyshire police have dropped the three possible pending charges relating to my arrest on suspicion of harassment and incitement last November (see my previous posts). All that’s left now are two malicious communications charges, for sharing the London Forum video of September’s Grosvenor Hotel performance, which the CPS thus far has failed to serve on me properly by (conveniently?) not paying postage.

Several of my contacts with knowledge of English law and court proceedings have told me that costs so far would already amount to tens of thousands of pounds. If I go to trial in July and lose, I will appeal which will carry the total into the hundreds of thousands – all at the expense of UK taxpayers.

As well as the police and CPS investigations, there have already been three hearings at Westminster Magistrates Court in front of three different judges. Chief Magistrate Baroness Arbuthnot was obliged to quietly recuse herself after it was revealed she’d been on an all-expenses-paid trip to Israel as part of a delegation with the Conservative Friends of Israel (CFI). Now that my case has been taken over from foreign lobbying group Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA) by the Crown, the CPS have their top counter-terrorism lawyer on board as well as a big-shot barrister and we mustn’t forget the cost of police protection necessary to fend off  Jewish Defence League (JDL) thug protests outside court.

Asides a straggle of limpet-like gang-stalkers whose lives would no doubt be completely empty if they weren’t intent on trolling my every post on Gab or YouTube, the usual culprits are all uncharacteristically subdued. News of Derbyshire police having dropped all charges won’t be music to fishwives‘ ears, nor to those down at CAA head office.

After my trial was adjourned last month, I was supposed to receive a new charge sheet by first class post on March 25. When I opened the letter, it was a simple bail sheet and the above-mentioned charges are described as ‘cases’. April 3, I received notification from the local post office that they had an undelivered item which I could collect after paying £2. The next day, I went to the delivery office and saw that the item was in fact the charge sheet. The lady behind the desk said I was entitled to refuse because the sender had failed to stamp or frank the letter. Maybe my gang-stalkers need to have a whip-round in aid of CPS postal charges?

Therefore, I have still not been formally charged with any crime. The charges of malicious communications for sharing a video (not uploaded by me to YouTube) are confusing to say the least. No one is being forced to visit my blog and watch the video.  For the past five months, I have been effectively gagged, unable to share my thoughts on social media and unable to look for work: my computer is still with police and I have no idea when it will be returned. My trial is now adjourned and, depending on legal arguments to be heard in front of District Judge John Zani on June 23, is provisionally rescheduled for July 17.

Despite these inconveniences, I can count 12 successful performances this year so far.  In January, I was invited to perform with Italian tenor, Giuseppe Fallisi in Vichy on the occasion of Professor Faurisson’s 88th birthday. I appeared again at the London Forum in February in the illustrious company of David Irving, David Shayler and Vincent Reynouard. A week later, I flew to Toronto for a nine-day, eight-city tour of Canada sponsored by Paul Fromm’s Canadian Association For Freedom of Expression (CAFE) and last month I was a speaker at the Forum de la Nation in Lyon, France where Fallisi and I again gave a performance of his compositions based on poems by Rimbaud, Verlaine and Baudelaire.

My gagging order prevented me from speaking openly about these events, but it did not prevent the Canadian press from appeasing various Jewish organisations which had the gall to associate my tour with a series of bomb threats sent to synagogues, later found to have been the work of an Israeli Jew. My parents also received unwelcome attention from the press when BBC Religious Affairs Correspondent, Martin Bashir, tried and failed to doorstep me. I had already declined to make any comment to the past interviewer of Princess Diana and Michael Jackson: it’s not as if the BBC is suddenly going to start reporting fairly about ‘Holocaust’ revisionism.

Following last month’s adjournment, I did however accept several alternative media broadcasts which you can find on YouTube. I will leave links below as well as to my PayPal account and where to purchase a copy of my EP. Thanks to all my readers and supporters. Long live free speech.

 

Alison Chabloz “I’m Being Prosecuted & Persecuted For My Satirical Anti-Zionist Songs.”

Antisemitism Harassment Campaign and The Law with Alison Chabloz

Radio Aryan Alison Chabloz Court Case Update – March 23rd 2017

Canadian Jewish groups troubled by UK blogger’s visit

PayPal – For those wishing to support me. Many thanks

Songs of the Shoah