JEWS AT WORK: BAD NEWS: Alison Chabloz back in jail – this time for 22 weeks – My Comments

[Yesterday one of my supporters sent me a link and said Alison Chabloz was in jail – AGAIN! I'm not sure if this is the second or even third time she's been put in jail. I couldn't believe it. Alex Linder and I had done a show with her recently. We had chatted to her before the show. I asked her about her legal situation and if she was ok, and everything seemed absolutely fine. I could not believe that she was back in jail. Here's the story below. So some Jew in Israel who was monitoring … correction: SPYING ON PEOPLE FOR JEWRY… spotted this song that she changed and the Jews then immediately went after her. The changes were utterly minor. Yet, the problem is that she's been convicted before and the key issue in the law is not just the law itself but the people who implement it. So the people who run the courts have the ability to make decisions and if they have nailed you before, they can nail you again, even for something smaller. It is dreadful. 22 weeks of jail time! Shit! What a damned problem this is. Anything Alison does … these freaking Jews are waiting and spying … and the slightest, tiniest thing … and they'll whack her. And each time it happens, it's so much easier for the judge to just hammer her. The judge's name is very strange: Tempia. That does not sound like a "good old English" name to me. Damn. This is nasty. I feel sorry for Alison. Anything she does with a song … even so slightly … she'll have to be so careful. They'll just chuck her in jail for the slightest thing. The Jewish filth were no doubt dancing around in great delight at the jailing of a White woman for absolutely bugger all reason. They must be happy, the filthy scum. Jan]

Anti-Semitic blogger, 58, who compared Auschwitz to a ‘theme park’ is jailed again for mocking Jewish people by changing lyrics of an Oliver Twist song and claiming it was ‘from the perspective of Tommy Robinson’

By Darren Boyle for MailOnline 17:48 19 Apr 2022, updated 19:51 19 Apr 2022

Alison Chabloz, 58, changed the the lyrics of an Oliver Twist song as an insult

She uploaded the video having previously been convicted of a similar offence

She denied the lyric changes were anti-Semitic or were mocking Jewish people

Westminster Magistrates’ Court convicted her of sending offensive messages

An anti-Semitic campaigner who once compared Auschwitz to a ‘theme park’ is back behind bars for mocking the Jewish faith in an Oliver Twist song.

Alison Chabloz, 58, changed the lyrics ‘you’ve got to pick a pocket or two,’ to ‘you’ve got to shift a shekel or two’ in a video posted online on April, 18, 2020.

Chabloz denied the lyrics mocked Jewish people, and in particular the anti-Semitic activist Ambrosine Chetrit, claiming the song was written from the perspective of the English Defence League founder Tommy Robinson.

Alison Chabloz, 58, pictured outside Westminster Magistrates’ Court was convicted of sending an offensive message by public communication

She posted the video while she was subject to a suspended sentence for a similar offence, which she received in 2019, Westminster Magistrates’ Court, pictured, heard

She posted the video while she was subject to a suspended sentence for a similar offence, which she received in 2019, Westminster Magistrates’ Court heard.

Adrian Davies, defending, said: ‘The defendant has in effect been rendered unemployable by her past history.

‘She has not been able to find reasonably paid work since then.’

He said there was no evidence that the song was made in reference to Ms Chetrit.

‘The complainant was quite unaware of the song until someone called Enoch in Israel, who spends his time monitoring online for anti-Semitism, told her…’

Jailing Chabloz for 22 weeks District Judge Nina Tempia told her: ‘I do not accept your explanation to your words, you’ve got to pick a pocket or two, were for Tommy Robinson.

‘I do find that the offence is aggravated by hostility to a religious or group and I have to take into account your previous convictions for like offence and the fact that you were subject to a suspended sentence at the time this offence was committed.

‘My view is that you spent time making the words offensive.’

Mr Davies said Chabloz intended to appeal her sentence and asked Judge Tempia for bail but it was refused.

She said: ‘I have made my decision. It is so serious that only an immediate custodial sentence is warranted.

Chabloz was jailed for 18 weeks last April, later increased to 32 week, for saying on US podcasts Realist Radio and the Graham Hart Show that Hitler wanted the Jews out of Europe for behaving ‘in a certain fashion as we’re seeing again today’.

She also called the Holocaust an ‘eternal cash cow’ and compared it to a theme park while asserting that the gas chambers were not ‘homicidal,’ but used ‘to save lives from typhus epidemics’.

Chabloz also linked to the latter podcast on her account on Gab, a social media platform popular with extremists.

She was convicted of three charges for posting offensive songs about the Holocaust and handed a suspended jail sentence in May 2018.

In the songs, the music teacher who refers to herself a ‘historical revisionist’, sings: ‘Did the Holocaust ever happen? ‘Was it just a bunch of lies? Seems that some intend to pull the wool over our eyes.’

She said Auschwitz is ‘a theme park just for fools’ and ‘the gassing zone, a proven hoax, indoctrination rules.’

The holocaust denier had appealed against those convictions but a judge upheld them at Southwark Crown Court in February 2019.

She has since breached her suspended sentence by ranting anti-Semitic comments as she telephoned in twice as a guest to anti-Semitic far-right podcasts, Realist Report and The Graham Hart Show.

The musician claimed in the podcasts that Jewish parents are ‘indoctrinating their children that their grandparents were gassed because they were Jews’, turning the children into ‘psychopathic maniacs’, the court heard.

She also claimed the Auschwitz gas chambers were fake, and that Jews ‘were promoting homosexuality, promiscuity, the same things they are promoting today.’

Chabloz, from St John’s Wood, denied but was convicted of sending an offensive message by public communication.


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