As I mentioned the plight of Monika Schaefer in my previous blog post, I thought this would be a good opportunity to finally upload to YouTube a recording of one of our performances together.
Creation of the state of Israel came about in part via the Haavara Agreement. Will this same pact also be partly responsible for the Jewish state’s demise?
Thirty-two years have passed since Edwin Black published his authoritative work on the 1933 pact between Hitler and Zionist Jews known as Haavara or The Transfer Agreement. For the past two years, I have been tweeting and sharing a YouTube video of the only interview Black ever gave about his book. For a Zionist Jew like Black, the pain of revisiting this episode has meant that, since publication, he has remained mostly silent on the subject.
Last week, British veteran politician and former Labour Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, was set up and harangued by arch-Zionist colleague – the despicable John Mann MP – concerning the Labour party’s suspension a day or two earlier of novice MP for Bradford West, Naz Shah. In fact, Zionists had been trawling Shah’s Facebook posts of the past two years and had found an ancient post where she suggests Israeli Jews should be relocated to the United States.
(Of course, all this is part of a bigger plot on the part of Zionists – both Labour and Tory – to discredit and smear the Labour leader and veteran left-winger, Jeremy Corbyn. More on that later).
Livingstone, faced with Mann’s brutal verbal assault concerning Shah’s suspension, decided to air the topic of Haavara in Shah’s defence. Yes, there was indeed a pact between Hitler and Zionist Jews in the 1930s. Livingstone was merely stating historical fact.
Cue a tsunami of embittered outrage from Zionists of the Left, Right and Centre including, amusingly, a raft of Haavara Denial from the usual culprits whose prime motive is their own supremacist outlook at the expense of freedom of expression and, indeed, of humanity itself. Whatever happened to Jew suis Charlie..?
Haavara brings into question everything that the mainstream has taught us about Hitler and the Jews. Not only do we have Black’s book on the subject, we have original documents of the agreement which can be researched in any public library. There is even a publication which groups these 51 documents (yes! 51!) available on Amazon. Unlike the alleged genocide of the Jews and Hitler’s gas chambers, we have actual, concrete proof in the form of original documents which cannot be denied. Thus, Ken Livingstone’s moment of dis-glory (like Shah now also suspended from the Labour Party) lifts the lid on the whole ‘Holocaust’ narrative.
No official documents relating to any extermination order have ever been found. Idem for the alleged homicidal gas chambers. There are no photos, no plans, not even a drawing or sketch. Not that this prevented the victors of WW2 from finding the whole of Germany guilty of mass murder – without proof – at Nuremberg. How would you like to be tried and found guilty of murder on the word of eye-witnesses only, without forensics? That’s effectively what happened and the German people as well as the Palestinians (and, for that matter, the entire planet) have been paying the price ever since.
Since Livingstone and Shah’s suspensions, several more Labour members have been suspended for Facebook posts about Hitler. Note, it’s perfectly acceptable for right wing Tory racists and even for Israeli PM Netanyahu to revise history and mention old Adolf. Just not for Labour; nor bien sûr for ‘Holocaust’ revisionists.
Corbyn is playing the game. Labour MPs, councillors and other supporters are dropping like flies for supposed antisemtisim and there will be more suspensions to come as Zionists comb every Facebook post that anyone connected with Labour has ever published. These people have too much time and money on their hands: a modern-day Stasi with the moral compass of a flock of vultures.
Nevertheless, Corbyn has one remaining positive factor in all this: he still refuses to say whether or not he supports and recognises Israel. I say Corbyn shouldn’t worry too much: voters have already made their stance clear on his leadership and he seems cunning enough to know how to react without betraying his own, long-held values and belief in freedom for the Palestinian people.
Zionists know how to make a lot of noise when it suits them, but they are relatively few and we are many. It’s clear that Ken Livingstone’s faux pas in the eyes of our Zionist-controlled media and government has already had huge repercussions in stirring people’s interest. Yes, we’ve been lied to. Once full realisation hits home for good, Zionism’s days will be numbered and the rogue state Israel will self-destruct.
It’s been a long time coming. Let us relish the demise of this cancer on society and look forward to a brighter day when all of us can enjoy our natural rights, equally and without prejudice.
One item of news this past week in the Jewish Chronicle and on ITV was the announcement that David Cameron’s Holocaust Memorial Foundation has commissioned a Bafta-winning film company to record the testimonies of Jewish survivors who escaped to Britain during or after WW2.
September 2013, David Cameron announced the creation of a ‘cross party’ Holocaust Commission whose job it would be to deliver recommendations on “ what more needs to be done to ensure Britain has a permanent and fitting memorial and the educational resources needed for generations to come.” The Commission is chaired by Britain’s most powerful Jew and – as befittingly titled by the Jewish Chronicle -‘boss in town’ Mick ‘miner’ Davis, and declares to provide as part of its mission
factual information about what happened, linked to other resources which already provide critical information and education
and to convey
the enormity of the Holocaust and its impact; in particular the loss to mankind of the destruction of European Jewry
… whatever that means.
I’m all in favour of Holocaust education. But, unless I’m much mistaken, the Holocaust is already part of the national curriculum. It hardly needs a Downing Street commission to press home the point, does it?
Despite Alderman’s protestations and a plethora of memorials and organisations which already exist (including Holocaust Educational Trust, the National Holocaust Centre and even a Department of Education-funded UCL masters qualification in Holocaust Education) it would appear that the new project is forging ahead, nicely aided by £50m of funding as promised by the Prime Minister.
If I’d opted to stay at my desk rather than choosing the sofa in preparation to watch Ken Livingstone on BBC Question Time, I wouldn’t have seen the short segment on ITV news: clips of testimonials interspersed with the usual dread-laden voiceover from a ‘journalist’ readily associating misleading terms such as ‘death camp’ with Bergen-Belsen. The coverage is further (dis)graced by newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky’s ‘Never again’ pathos, failing to point out that the same issues which caused the Holocaust in the first place have been happening ever since in occupied Palestine.
Why there is nothing about this story elsewhere in the press is a mystery, although further announcements regarding UKHMF are expected early 2016, possibly to include building plans for the foundation’s forthcoming ‘education’ centre. The Imperial War Museum is one of the contenders as well as other sites along the Thames. The first person to perform a quenelle outside the new premises should definitely be nominated for both the Quenelle d’Or and Faurisson Trophy awards.
Speaking of quenelles, Dieudonné announced in a new video yesterday that his lawyers have managed to secure a 27,000 euro subsidy from the French Minister of Culture, Fleur Pellerin. This news will no doubt displease Dieudo’s detractors, in particular Belgian Jewish associations who were shouting victory in reports of a three-month jail sentence handed to the comedian earlier this week.
Crucify him !
Press treatment of Dieudonné in France bears several extraordinary similarities to that meted out in the UK towards Jeremy Corbyn: accusations of anti-Semitism (when the ‘offence’ is in fact anti-Zionism) and allegations of being an apologist for ‘terrorism’ abound in regard to both men. As with the French (and now international) press’ attitude towards Dieudonné, UK pundits’ muckraking on the subject of Corbyn and his supporters is rather like watching a re-enactment of parts of the New Testament, coordinated amongst others by The Guardian’s Jonathan Freeland, The Times’ Oliver Kamm and the Jewish Chronicle’s Stephen Pollard.
Here, I’d like to refer to the blog post I wrote earlier this week which shows Pollard and Kamm using info from an anonymous Twitter troll in order to force left-wing, veteran Labour MP for Newport, Paul Flynn, to delete a retweet. The scandal was centred around the Sun newspaper’s shoddy poll which alleged that one in five British Muslims were sympathetic towards jihadis. For some reason, after deleting his RT, Flynn decided to block Kamm. Here’s Kamm’s reaction :
The result of Kamm’s threat is best seen in The Huff Post’s publication last Friday, November 27, of yet another Corbyn smear piece featuring – yes, you’ve guessed it – Paul Flynn as Judas. Does the amount of muck being raked by neocons against Corbyn (and against shadow chancellor John McDonnell) suggest that there’s an even greater mountain of dirt hidden behind all the smearing and faux-disdain? What to think of Jewish Chronicle editor Stephen Pollard’s friend and fellow columnist Jonathan Hoffman’s links to far right neo-Nazi EDL and the outlawed JDL Jewish terrorist org?
With Blairites like Kamm and Freedland on board, UK mainstream media’s CrucifyCorbyn™ campaign thinks it can go ahead full steam, seemingly ignorant of the fact that its MO is now completely transparent to a general public more aware than ever before, mainly thanks to the Internet and sharing of information via modern pioneers such as Dieudonné, Gilad Atzmon and David Icke.
As expected, press double standards will persist and a new, totally unnecessary and hideously expensive Holocaust education centre will be inaugurated to the sound of mass weeping, inappropriate use of non-factual evidence by journalists and pathos gushing forth from TV presenters in order to ensure that nice fat pay check keeps on coming.
Once the centre is open, government funding will no doubt be available to subsidise school trips. I imagine there’ll be a coffee area and gift shop selling books and mass-produced memorabilia. Would it be worth the Holocaust Commission considering the possibility of a ‘Holocaust revisionism‘ section either inside the centre itself or, discreetly, on a lower shelf in the gift shop book section (perhaps next to the new edition of Anne Frank’s Diary now Anne & Otto Frank and possibly several other people’s Diary?) After all, revisionism is a booming online grassroots industry and, as we all know, there’s no business like Shoah business.
Louise Mensch and her Tory friends’ biggest problem is that with their heads so firmly rammed up their own backsides they tend to screw things up on a regular basis.
Indeed, upon my first online encounter with Mensch two years ago she mistook me for a man, further claiming rather snottily that I would be a “low follower type” :
This past summer, the online rapport between myself and Mensch took another turn for the worse and I became the target of Mensch’s smears not only on Twitter but in three newspaper articles – one in the Jewish Chronicle and two in the ex-News of the World now rebranded as The Sun on Sunday.
In her pieces, Mensch shows no shame in tarring me as ‘anti-Semitic’ as well as pretending that I would be an ‘unsuccessful musician’ which later became ‘unsuccessful piano teacher’. Even Mensch’s smears fail to remain consistent.
My EdFringe show was reviewed by Lynn Ruth Miller. Perhaps Mensch can explain why Miller – who’s been a good friend of mine for the past five years – would choose to review the show of a supposed ‘anti-Semite’?
Again, in the Jewish Chronicle, I am accused of being an “open loather of Jews”. Yet Mensch fails to qualify this statement with any evidence, choosing instead to misrepresent my words and publish yet another lie.
Why? Because Tories are sore-afraid of the surge of support for new Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and unsuccessful ex-Tory MP Mensch has been bizarrely appointed as one of Cameron’s social media attack dogs ?
Mensch’s rants about me are wholly inaccurate. This must partly explain why Mensch has since deleted every single one of her abusive, bullying tweets to me. However, the equally abusive newspaper articles she wrote based on her tweets still remain.
Having been out of the country since my Ed Fringe show ( this ‘unsuccessful’ musician has just finished a seasonal contract, gigging seven days a week for paying passengers on a cruise line ) I now have time to ponder what is to be done legally. Should I sue ? Or should I use my Twitter account ( no reason for me to delete anything – unlike Mensch ) and blog to further expose the dastardly behaviour of pro-Zionist stooges Mensch and Co. ?
Watch this space.
After months of being hounded online by a small group of hard-line Zionists, I decided yesterday to dedicate a Quenelle gesture to my abusers, one of whom wrote a letter of complaint to EdFringe in a failed attempt to have my show banned. My tweet provoked a flutter of reaction and a request from Breitbart editor-in-chief @RaheemKassam for my email address :
Dear Ms. Chabloz,
I am writing an article after my attention was drawn to your picture making the Quenelle gesture in Edinburgh this weekend. I wondered if you would mind answering a few simple questions on the matter:
1) Why were you giving the Quenelle sign? Do you disagree that it is an anti-Semitic gesture, similar to a Nazi salute?
2) Who was it aimed at, and what point were you trying to make?
3) I have noticed there are some blogs and Twitter accounts that claim you have “denied” the Holocaust? Is that a fair claim, or is it something different? Do you accept the consensus, that 6 million Jews died at the hands of Adolf Hitler and the Germany Nazi Party?
My reply :
I’m up here in Edinburgh to perform my solo acoustic one-woman show Autumn’s Here. Before accepting and signing up for a month-long run of performances, I had felt obliged to inform the organisers about an online smear-campaign against me which began over a year ago.
This smear campaign includes letters to my employer as well as a host of abusive blog posts and online bullying – behaviour better suited to a primary school playground than to a platform for debate such as Twitter.
Thanks to my transparency regards this situation I was told by one of the festival organisers last week that ‘a member of the public’ had written a letter of complaint to EdFringe in an attempt to get my music show banned. They failed. Miserably. I wrote two mercilessly mocking blog posts about my abusers (here and here). They replied with several more anonymous, exceedingly nasty blogs which have been reported to police.
Ironically, last January following the attack on Charlie Hebdo, this same group of people were avidly waving Je suis Charlie banners and crying out for free speech. However, it would seem that they’re only in favour of free speech when it’s speech they agree with.
As clearly stated in my Quenelle tweet, the gesture is aimed at this group of people: Internet trolls who hide behind a mask of anonymity in order to smear and bully. For the moment, there have been no live protests at the venue I’m playing. It seems my abusers prefer to air their grievances from the cosy comfort of their armchairs. My Quenelle is a massive “Up yours!” aimed at these living examples of double standards and outright idiocy.
One of the main ringleaders in this campaign of abuse against me is Ambrosine Shitrit from London. With over 40 accounts suspended on Twitter for targeted abuse, Shitrit has dedicated her life to complaining about what she perceives to be ‘antisemitism’, targeting individuals and organisations she despises.
Coming back to the Quenelle gesture itself, Roger Cukierman, president of the French Jewish Council, CRIF, considers the Quenelle to be an anti-establishment gesture unless it is performed outside a place of worship or memorial to Holocaust victims.
Others – including Shitrit – consider the Quenelle to be antisemitic under any circumstance: a hashtag search on Breitbart reveals that the editorial angle veers towards labelling the Quenelle as “Neo-Nazi”. My Grandfather, Stanley Tyrer – a soldier in the British Army – was killed by Hitler’s Luftwaffe at the age of 23 in 1940. ( Irate at not succeeding in getting my EdFringe show banned, my abusers have again turned their attention to Stanley. Recently, one associate of Shitrit – Andrea Silva Goncalves from Tower Hamlets – publicly stated that Stanley had been sent to a prison camp for deserters. Not content with smearing just me with outright lies, my abusers are now targeting my dead grandfather… )
France’s most successful comic, Dieudonné, has made the Quenelle gesture his trademark. He even has an Internet TV channel named Quenel+. The restrictive Gayssot-Fabius law in France which effectively outlaws freedom of expression makes it easy for pro-Zionist press outlets to use terms such as “convicted antisemite” with regard to Dieudonné. The UK has no such law and hopefully never will.
‘Holocaust denial’ is another term which is being bandied about a lot these days. Those who point the finger are basically screeching “Witch!”. Nobody denies that the Jews and other groups suffered horrendous atrocities at the hands of the Nazis nor that millions died in camps. It is the method of murder which is under question and if people dug a little deeper into the issue they may discover some interesting facts regards the presumed existence of homicidal Nazi gas chambers.
Indeed, the French Gayssot-Fabius law only came into existence when Professor Robert Faurisson (whose mother, by the way, was a Scot) published his findings on the lack of any physical proof regards homicidal Nazi gas chambers. Faurisson has suffered no less than ten physical assaults by thugs associated with the LDJ (League des Juifs – French equivalent of the JDL, Jewish Defence League) and, like Dieudonné and others, has been punished financially in the French courts for expressing views based on in-depth intellectual and scientific research.
“Did six million really die?” Ernst Zündel published a pamphlet posing the question in 1974 and after two high-profile trials in 1985 and 1988 was eventually sent to solitary confinement for two years in a Canadian jail. Zündel was then extradited to Germany where in 2007 he was finally convicted and jailed for another five years. Like Faurisson, Zündel suffered physical attacks as well as having his home destroyed by a pipe-bomb.
I don’t know the answer to Zündel’s question. With an establishment corrupt to the core and police obfuscation regarding high-profile child abusers ( the Labour peer and former chairman of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, Lord Janner, springs to mind ) – is it surprising that so many people are now starting to question official versions of history?
Sadly, as we have seen during another recent smear campaign of Jeremy Corbyn, eloquent debate seems out of the question. Accusations of antisemitism and Holocaust denial are hurled in the direction of anyone associated with the Palestinian plight and those calling for an end to the illegal occupation of Gaza and the West Bank by Zionists. I like many others hope Corbyn becomes Labour leader and that after so many years we will start to see some real opposition in the House of Commons.
As for the trolls and their tiresome quest of hatred against those who do not share the same opinions, they continue to create new sockpuppet accounts on Twitter in order to implement tried-and-tested tactics of ‘Block and Smear’. No doubt, in the traditional Breibart modus operandum, Raheem Kassam will run a hatchet job which my abusers will tweet to kingdom come. That’s why I decided to blog first. We see conflation of antisemitism and anti-Zionism all too often in the mainstream press. It needs to stop.
At the same time I’m tempted to offer my heartfelt thanks to Breibart, Kassam and the desperate souls who wish to see me clamped in irons and sent to solitary simply for expressing an opinion. As the old saying goes : all publicity is good, and it’s time more people started standing up to Zionist bullies.
Alison Chabloz is performing her one-woman acoustic music show Autumn’s Here at Fingers Piano Bar, Edinburgh every night (except Mondays) at 7.45pm until August 30.