Who else but a lover of ships and sailboats would call himself Nemo?
Above: as well as a love of all things maritime, Nemo would also appear to have a penchant for Jewish terrorist organisations.
Poor Zionbat is still complaining about being associated with a certain registered charity. If Twitter really is that bad, then why doesn’t she do something else for a change?
The undeniable fact that Andrew Roberjot is something of a loose cannon and very much an inveterate liar is unlikely to change in the near future.
Here’s a brief reminder of Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA) trolling activities as attested to, in writing, in the private prosecution’s own legal papers submitted to court last December :
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.
Searching for news and views about free speech on Twitter, sheer numbers of tweets show that the topic is constantly trending. With regard to Twitter itself, the impression is not good – nor indeed for any of the other big social media platforms.
As for handling abuse, in my experience, Facebook has on several occasions removed content that I reported: on one occasion, a hate group set up in my name in 2012 was completely deleted; likewise with another recent post by a pro-Israel group inciting people to bully me.
My profile pictures on Facebook had been suddenly flooded with abusive comments. The same happened after my quenelle salute in Edinburgh last year. My ‘other’ Facebook inbox was also crammed with abuse. I since discovered that entire countries can be blocked from seeing pages on Facebook. No prizes for guessing which illegal state is on my list.
Twitter’s report system, however, is arbitrary. Management already admitted they are unable to control abuse from trolls. Suspensions such as mine are a blatant example of how social media has killed free speech. Interestingly, although I’m not the only person to have been suspended, it now appears that certain banned users are allowed back whereas others are not:
Take Milo Yiannopoulos aka Nero, for example, who now tweets via his Facebook page. Ricky Vaughn is also back on Twitter again, having recuperated 10k followers in less than a month – a fact which won’t please Nero. My voice, however, remains censored whist Schadenfreude emanating from the Twitter Eruv continues to make itself heard, loud and clear.
The double standards are toe-curling, cringe-worthy and would be hilarious if they weren’t so worrying. Several people have remarked that, as a woman, I get far more abuse on Twitter than any man holding similar views and that this abuse against me comes principally from other women – a fact further reinforced by the above-mentioned Schadenfreude.
Recently, a Wikipedia editor using the name Nichebiographer published a wiki about me which was flagged for deletion and promptly removed. The same editor did however manage to insert a couple of sentences about me in the English entry on the Quenelle :
Use of the quenelle by British musician Alison Chabloz led to the first known police investigation into the quenelle, lending credence to the possibility that performance of a quenelle could be considered a criminal offence in Britain.
The above has since been edited by Philip Cross:
Use of the quenelle by British musician Alison Chabloz in August 2015 was the subject of complaints. However, the organisers of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, where Chabloz was due to perform, said no action would be taken against her as it was not within their remit.
Reasons given for the edits were “speculation, no prosecution of Chabloz” and “misleading comments, reporting someone to the police is not the same as claiming it is an investigation.” Along with this little gem – shining like a beacon of common sense in a sea of filthy, muddying censorship – is Alain Soral’s recognition of my London Forum performance.
My detractors are uncharacteristically quiet, no doubt plotting ahead of my next scheduled alternative media live broadcast. By then, I hope to have one one track from my upcoming CD ready to be aired.
Are my detractors, along with Twitter Support, perhaps ready to ponder the consequences of their actions? Contrary to the original Wikipedia spin on my quenelle, there is a real, live, ongoing criminal investigation and police are regularly updated. Why have there been no press reports about this? I’m glad that pretty much everything has been recorded here on this very blog. If you want to believe Twitter, then I’ve already been arrested, am wanted for questioning, am on bail and about to be sectioned. As already seen in my previous blog, it’s fine for Zionists to use Twitter to threaten, harass and abuse. Whose side is Twitter on? If they can’t see what’s going on here then it’s safe to assume Twitter has sold out and is effectively dead as a platform for free speech.
Or is it? A quick search reveals that Twitter has yet to remove tweets of my song Nemo’s Antisemitic Universe, despite legal threats from the Jewish lobby currently occupying France, le CRIF. Declaration of human rights on freedom of expression, anyone? As an artist, censorship of the kind I’ve been subjected to is surely the highest accolade? It’s also unlawful, which is certainly one reason why my songs are still up on Twitter and YouTube.
Finally, I just want to quickly mention one example of what I call VIP abuse on Twitter. Along with the usual hacks and pundits who infest the mainstream with cries of ‘Holocaust Denier’, singer Alison Moyet recently called me a ‘vat of pus’. Totally out of the blue, I’d never interacted or tweeted with her before. Once again, the Schadenfreude-filled team of Twitter fishwives patted Moyet on the back and tweeted their liberal approval.
I simply won’t believe Corbyn has any affiliation or connection with the vat of pus that is Alison Chabloz.
— Alison Moyet (@AlisonMoyet) September 15, 2016
Of course, with my account suspended, my reply to Moyet is now invisible:
I don’t need reminding. I called you a vat of pus. I should have said ‘A huge fucking vat of pus’ https://t.co/sTEJ5hU50p
— Alison Moyet (@AlisonMoyet) September 15, 2016
A week after Moyet tweeted – projected? – her thoughts about me, I received a standing ovation for my first ever gig in London: another massive #quenelle to add to my famous photo – now deleted thanks to my detractors’ hyper-sensitivity and mass reports to Twitter. By this time next year, my London Forum video will likely have more than 20,000 views.
Moyet, Lewis and all the rest need to understand that I was always taught that my Grandfather met his violent death as a sacrifice to western Freedom and Democracy. Those who actively encourage censorship, as well as those who remain silent in the face of these glaring double standards, are mere agents of a corrupt state. Arbitrary decisions lead to censorship of some, whereas others are permitted to abuse and harass with impunity. The latter are mostly slaves to a System, whose self-interest trumps the public interest – and therefore their own – every time. Idiots.
Orwell was right: ignorance is strength. Ruination of social media platforms by gangs of desperate, anonymous trolls and greedy, self-obsessed celebs and hacks is doomed to failure. We know it, our enemies know it and every day the general public is growing increasingly aware. There’s still a long fight ahead of us. However, Truth will always prevail in the end. The enemies of free speech will be crushed underfoot like cockroaches scurrying into the darkened stench of a pitiless landscape, their carcasses kicked into a vat of pus of lies and deceit entirely of their own making. Good riddance!
Firstly, regards the legal request sent to Twitter by the CRIF (French Jewish lobby), part of the email reads:
“We are notifying you of this request about your account so that you may decide whether or how you will respond. Please let us know by replying to this email whether you will remove the reported content. Please note that we may be obligated to take action regarding the content identified in the complaint in the future.”
TAKE ACTION AGAINST THE CONTENT IDENTIFIED…
What action would Twitter take? The tweet is still up. My video is still up on YouTube – although YouTube won’t let me monetise my revisionist songs as they’re not advertiser friendly. Nearly six thousand views of (((Survivors))) – no adverts allowed.
That’s three times more views than my song about Nemo. Is my little ditty being targeted because it mentions the dreaded Robert Faurisson? Do French tax payers approve of their funds being used by the Jewish lobby to trawl the Internet looking for stuff they can claim to feel offended by? It’s fair to assume that the CRIF will not be inviting me along to its annual dinner for a rendering. At least not the musical kind.
In my last blog I also spoke of David Cole, David Irving, Mark Weber and the film, Denial. In a blog written for TakiMag last month, Cole slyly makes his case for semi-revisionism, still managing to smear Irving as an evil and wicked Jew hater for having had the audacity to try and sue Cole’s fellow Jew, Deborah Lipstadt.
Jew-Zionists still cling to their fairy tales and, more importantly, to the revenue generated by these fairy tales. Determined to guard their interests, they know that censorship is key, along with disinformation. Welcome to Democracy.
The Daily Mail will no doubt keep churning out Auschwitz monthly press releases, although in one recent report, the “gas chambers” were strangely conspicuous by their absence. “Death camp” – yes, that is obligatory. But is the Auschwitz gas chamber now finally and forever relegated to the dustbins of history – even in the eyes of mainstream media?
Rather than being a box-office success, which seems unlikely, will the film Denial serve as an historic watershed ? Will the two Davids be invited on TV to gently break the news to audiences worldwide? All those school trips; endless Holocaust Memorial weeping pageants; Auschwitz, where everything is fake and even when something is real, they’ll try and tell you a fake story about what it was used for, e.g. women’s hair.
“Oh, but we’re not sure about the Ostland and the Aktion Reinhard camps. We *think* gassing took place there because, you see, that’s where the Holocaustᵀᴹ really happened. Everything’s ok. Keep the paycheck coming. No, I really don’t think it’s a good idea to publish those photos. Yes, Master, of course, Master, three bags full, Master.”
Coincidentally, I used to work with Taki at GstaadLife. We once met on the slopes of the Wasserngrat and shook hands. Soon after I left my job as editor, the English-speaking Swiss newspaper seemed to go somewhat downhill. Skiing down the Wasserngrat can also be a little bumpy at times – especially the top part of the black run – but it’s definitely much more fun than writing for a flagging brand. During my time there I did, however, learn a lot about blogging.
Back to Denial the film. First echoes from revisionists are positive. Despite his own revisionist ambiguity, David Irving is a wonderful military historian and a fine writer. The film reportedly pays robust tribute to these qualities. The verdict at the Lipstadt trial constitutes simply more evidence of the total power and control of the Jewish lobby over every organisation and institution out there. The only part of the verdict we hear is the one favourable to the lobby: Lipstadt did not defame David Irving by calling him a “Holocaust denier”. By this same verdict and indeed by his own reasoning and as the creator of a legendary video, David Cole is a “Holocaust denier” too. Cole agrees with Irving. The star of the Shoah we once all knew, Auschwitz, is well and truly over, passé, finished.
Regarding my Twitter suspension, it’s going to take more than appeals to make Support robots wake up and listen. I fought both suspensions. Support told me I could choose which account I wanted to keep. Of course, I opted for my main account which has 3,500 followers. They wrote back and said that account was SUSPENDED FOR A VIOLENT THREAT AGAINST A NAUSEATING ANONYMOUS ZIOTROLL*- and that they wouldn’t be reinstating my back up account – 200 followers – either. Anonymous trolls rule Twitter! Hurrah for the trolls! Death to free speech!
One would think that the Jewish press would have a field day over my suspension. After all, there was a whole array of articles when one rather delicate Jewish lady took offence to my quenelle and reported me to police. That was literally the headline and substance of every story: “Jewish woman reports UK artist to police for being offended.” Perhaps the censorship angle of my Twitter ban doesn’t really do much to help the lobby’s image – hence the silence even from the avidly vexatious hacks at the Campaign Against Antisemitism – the UK Jewish lobby’s online Shomrim division.
Finally, a word about the first reactions to my blog. I received notification from WordPress that a comment from a certain “Alison Mental” was waiting to be moderated. The comment said simply “HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA You’ve been suspended HAHAHAHAHAHAHA.”
Well, some people can be rather careless. Perhaps many aren’t aware that WordPress always provides the IP address of comments? My blog stats show that this comment was posted from Spain by a BT customer.
No!! It couldn’t possibly be..? Could it?
* Thanks to one of my correspondents who reminds me to say here that ‘Sicaro’ is likely a corrupted version of the Italian ‘sicario’ meaning ‘hired killer’ – no “i”. Being scared of a few words on Twitter and immediately running to Twitter Support and, allegedly, to police indicates that our hit man is, in reality, just another delicate flower. Bless.