June 18, 2018
I don’t know if I would consider this a complete white pill.
On the one hand, Alison was spared jail for singing mean songs about Jews.
On the other hand, she was also given a criminal record, 180 hours of unpaid community service, a one-year social media ban, and had her life ruined.
But as far as the UK’s Jewdicial system is concerned, which actually does send people to jail for implying that Jews are not gods on Earth, this is as merciful as it gets.
A blogger who was found guilty of broadcasting anti-Semitic songs on YouTube has been given a two-year suspended prison sentence.
Alison Chabloz, 54, from Glossop, Derbyshire, wrote and performed three songs about Nazi persecution, including one about the young diarist Anne Frank.
Chabloz claimed the Holocaust was “a bunch of lies” and referred to Auschwitz as a “theme park“.
She has also been banned from posting anything on social media for 12 months.
Where’s the lie tho?
Even Jews basically described Auschwitz as a theme park!
Car on rails? Full speed? Dips?
Sounds like a hu’rollercoaster to me.
Were Jews also encouraged to put their hands in the air as they descended into the crematoria?
Chabloz was convicted of two counts of sending an offensive, indecent or menacing message through a public communications network and a third charge relating to a song on YouTube.
She was sentenced to 20 weeks’ imprisonment, suspended for two years.
The Campaign Against Anti-Semitism initially brought a private prosecution against Chabloz, before the Crown Prosecution Service took over.
Gideon Falter, chairman of the campaign group, described Chabloz as a “remorseless and repulsive anti-Semite” after the case.
He said the sentence sent a strong message that Holocaust denial and anti-Semitic conspiracy theories will not be tolerated.
Remember, when these Jews and their shabbos goyim talk about Alison being vile, repulsive, the devil incarnate, etc., they’re referring to someone who sang songs like this one:
Alison’s work was free of malice. But because she dared to question the gigantic house of cards on which the entire multiracial dystopia in which we live is built – and, worse still, did it through the disarming power of humor – the system pounced upon her like a rabid tapir.
Fortunately, “Holocaust denial” is still legal in the UK, so that’s probably what saved her from jail.
(It’s still illegal for Jews to live in the UK, however.)
Sentencing Chabloz at Westminster Magistrates’ Court, district judge John Zani said she had shown “no proper remorse” for her actions.
He said: “I don’t know whether you want to be a martyr to your purported cause – time will tell.”
Chabloz was cheered by supporters as she walked from the dock.
Along with the suspended sentence and social media ban, she will also have to complete 180 hours of unpaid work.
It’s encouraging to hear that Alison had a lot of supporters on her side; that’s a sure sign that the tide is turning in our direction. Some of the 1.0 greats, such as Matt Hale and David Irving, had few if any supporters at their trials at all, and those trials were much bigger media spectacles.
Here’s the link to Alison’s official website, which features articles about the trial and her PayPal and Bitcoin addresses. Now that the UK government has decimated all chances of her gaining future employment, she’s going to need our full support.