If I was in a courtroom facing prison time for my material, I think there would be a chance that I would erupt into a Nationalist rant – especially if I got angry enough at the proceedings.
But to sit there in the dock with a smile on my face before breaking into songs easily equal to some of our guys’ best material?
That’s a level of courage that I think would be hard for many Nationalists to summon up.
A self-proclaimed ‘Holocaust revisionist’ sang along with one of her anti-Semitic songs as she appeared in court over the “grossly offensive” tunes. The songs had been posted on YouTube.
Alison Chabloz, 53, from Derbyshire, posted a video on her blog in June 2016 containing a song which mocked prominent Jewish figures persecuted by the Nazis, including Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel, as well as Anne and Otto Frank.
I think her mockery of Irene Zisblatt was the best of all – that Jewess really did claim that she swallowed and pooped out her diamonds every day for years.
Chabloz appeared to mouth along to the tune, titled (((Survivors))), as it was played for Westminster Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday.
Some of the lyrics in (((Survivors))) are: “Was it just a bunch of lies? Seems that some intend to pull the wool over our eyes. Eternal wandering liars haven’t got a clue, and when it comes to usury, victim’s always me and you.”
Are these Jews denying the factual nature of these lyrics?
Are they claiming that they are NOT rootless cosmopolitans with a penchant for lying, sneaking, and money-lending?
The video features her singing along to another song named ‘Nemo’s Anti-Semitic Universe,’ where she describes Nazi-run concentration camps as “theme park for fools.”
Both songs were sung during the London Forum event held at Grosvenor Hotel in London in September 2016, and uploaded to YouTube days afterwards.
A third song, ‘I Like The Story As It Is,’ describes the Holocaust as a “damn fine tale,” and was uploaded to YouTube in September 2017.
Karen Robinson, prosecuting, said this was “an extraordinarily offensive description of perhaps the most traumatic event in Jewish history.”
She said the songs “are anti-Semitic, targeted at Jewish people as a whole. They use content and tone to ensure offence. The songs are designed to provoke maximum upset and discomfort.”
Listen to them for yourself – they’re actually hilarious and educational at the same time.
I would just like to congratulate Ms. Chabloz on a fine musical project, and to express my admiration at her determination to stop these rotten parasites from annihilating our countries.
May a million more brave women rise to emulate her.