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January 12, 2018

British blogger on trial for Holocaust denial

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — Tags: — furtherglory @ 1:46 pm

You can read all about it in this recent news article:

Begin quote from news article:

(JTA) — A British blogger who posted songs on YouTube denying the Holocaust and mocking survivors is on trial.

British media reported Wednesday that Alison Chabloz has been charged with “sending obscene material by public communication.”

She appeared to sing along with the three songs in question as they were played in a London court on the first day of her trial, media reported, and her followers in the gallery laughed and sang along too.

Lyrics were along the lines of “‘Was it just a bunch of lies? Seems that some intend to pull the wool over our eyes.”

Figures she attacked in her song LS included Anne Frank, the young diarist who perished during the Holocaust; her father, Otto Frank; and Elie Wiesel, the late Holocaust memoirist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate.

She accuses Jews of unscrupulous money lending practices and she calls Auschwitz, the death camp, a “theme park for fools.”

The BBC quoted prosecutor Karen Robinson as saying that line “is an extraordinarily offensive description of perhaps the most traumatic event in Jewish history”.

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Will I be next? My blog is nothing but Holocaust denial.

As far as I know, Holocaust denial is not against the law in the USA, but that could change.



  1. Nope, truth does not fear investigation. Allow me a question, please: Why do ‘holocaust’ pomoters not wonder why it is that not a shred of forensic evidence has ever been offered to prove that homicidal gas chambers existed in any Third Reich concentration camp? And another question: Does anyone know of any murder scene, let alone mass murder scene, that has been asserted without verifing forensic evidence? (Come on, everyone: review the holocaust claims intelligently, at long last. A book that will help the most reluctant of you is Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil, by Gerard Menuhin.)

    Comment by sophiejo1 — January 17, 2018 @ 10:07 am

  2. It’s interesting to see women in the news being arrested and tried for Holocaust heresy – Allison Shabloz, Ursula Haverbeck, Sylvia Stolz and Monika Schaefer. What’s also interesting is a new direction in revisionist history that examines the Holocaust narrative as a Deep State psycholgical operation conciceved and carried out by Allied intelligence services instead of its past focus on concentration camp forensics. Holocaust denial is becoming as popular as quilting used to be, especially with some of the disenfranchised and skeptical young people in the intemperately tattooed and pierced set.

    Comment by who dares wings — January 14, 2018 @ 8:32 am

    • You wrote: “Holocaust denial is becoming as popular as quilting used to be,”

      Quilting used to be popular 80 years ago because it was an opportunity for women to get together and gossip. This was when few women had jobs and before women had an any other excuse to get out of the house. I went with my mother to the weekly quilting bee and sat there to listen to the gossip.

      Comment by furtherglory — January 14, 2018 @ 10:15 am

    • ‘Holocaust heresy’! You are funny. And then funnier: ‘… as popular as quilting used to be, especially with some of the disenfranchised and skeptical young people in the intemperately tattooed and pierced set’. Pull together and look at the body of impressive scholarship that has subverted the primitive claims of ‘the holocaust’ thesis: Read Gerard Menuhin’s Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil. That work does an excellent job of exposing the major revisionist works on the subject, and it will equip you with facts for which your simple mind is unprepared.

      To begin your basic education process, ask yourself a simple question: Why has no forensic evidence ever been tendered to prove the existence of homicidal gas chambers in any concentration camp of the Third Reich?

      Comment by sophiejo1 — January 17, 2018 @ 10:48 am

  3. So “Holocaust denial” is now officially illegal in Britain too.

    Comment by hermie — January 12, 2018 @ 10:11 pm

    • No, it is not illegal in Britain to ‘deny the holocaust’. A delusional organisation, the Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA) has somehow (details are yet to come to light) persuaded the DPP, against her long resistence to persuasion, to prosecute two nationalists, Alison Chabloz and Jez Turner, for expressing views that the CAA does not like.

      My hunch is that the CAA had lulled itself into the false belief that the definition of antisemitism by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (which attempts to outlaw all criticsm of Jews and Israel, and to outlaw the questioning of ‘the holocaust’) has become law in England and Wales because the PM and a clutch of other parliamentarians had adopted it.

      But the IHRA definition is not law, nor has it been widely adopted, for Hugh Tomlison QC has pointed out that it is incapable of becoming law for it is defective, and adopting organisations risk prosecution under Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights. (In any case, law in British jurisdictions is made by due process of parliament; it is not made by ‘adoption’.) The opinion by Hugh Tomlinson QC is essential reading: .

      Comment by sophiejo1 — January 17, 2018 @ 10:34 am

  4. I suspect that any nation which fails to curb the murder of thousands of its own people, including countless schoolchildren, by useless bastards with guns isn’t going to become a trifle agitated by people who would attempt to portray Nazis as jolly decent humanitarians who were never involved in atrocities. I am sure that the great majority of good and decent Americans … who are, I’m certain, THE majority, despair just as do those who, outside the USA, await the next, inevitable, slaughter of schoolchildren, concert-goers and people worshipping in churches.

    Comment by David Neale ( and yes, that IS my real name) — January 12, 2018 @ 4:32 pm

    • How the f—k do you equate school children ( ain’t it ain’t thousands moron) with the deaths of people that die in a war?

      Comment by Tim — January 13, 2018 @ 6:54 pm

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