Alison Chabloz was today convicted by a UK court for publishing anti semitic songs. The case was originally brought as a private prosecution by Campaign against Antisemitism but was subsequently taken over by the CPS.
Gideon Falter from CAA stated today: “Alison Chabloz has dedicated herself over the course of years to inciting others to hate Jews, principally by claiming that the Holocaust was a hoax perpetrated by Jews to defraud the world.”
Chabloz has published a portfolio of extremely offensive anti Jewish material. She is a self professed ‘revisionist’ but it is clear from her song lyrics that in truth she is both an extremist and a Holocaust denier. In one song she refers to the death camp Auschwitz as a ‘theme park’ and in many of her works she mocks survivors of the Holocaust. The brackets around her song (((Survivors))) is online shorthand for referring to Jewish people and she reserves most of her vitriol for the Jewish community.
Her You Tube channel is no longer available in the UK and she has been banned from Twitter. She is still active on Gab.ai (aka Haters anon).
The judge found Chabloz guilty on three counts of hate and stated: “I am entirely satisfied that the material was grossly offensive and that Alison Chabloz intended to insult those who were referenced in the songs.”
Sentencing will take place on 14 June and it is our guess that she will get a custodial sentence this time. We will keep you posted.
Roanna is one of the founder members of Resisting Hate. She is the author of the majority of our articles, and also publishes a blog on Huffington Post UK