Thursday, June 14, 2018

Holocaust deniers are mentally sick people who deserve real mental health assistance

I have had extremely heavy and intensive run-ins in past with state of Israel, but I never ever denied existence of Holocaust. Denying death of 6 million people who were only the tip of neonazi iceberg(over 40 million Slavs murdered in WWII because of neonazi Germany) is just totally insane. You are basically saying WWII never existed as Slavs were categorized and treated(often times gassed and experimented on in concentration camps as well) during WWII no different from Jews. Related also to

Ms Alison Chabloz is smiling, but it is unclear to me what for....I am very much afraid that political schizophrenia(thats basically when you start to see the non existing enemy and desperate state for whatever motives will help you obtaining more proofs about one by even killing you in-front of the public - such was my own case except that state of Israel truly contributed its share) is not only limited to Russia and Belgrade, but is instead extending far beyond to GB, Scandinavia and so on...

My suggestion to you folks is not to get into any sort of muddy David Duke's(John de Nugent idiotisms) waters that express at the same time love for Adolf Hitler and Slavs(mixing apples with tomatoes which I never tried, tastes way better - am sure)...fascination for aliens(German built UFOs), lizards, and all sorts of theories that stretch way pass sanity into total lunacy(its exactly why lady as seen above is smiling and I feel for her) is simply not for me...

No, I don't wish her jail...I just want her and others to understand epidemic of airborne lunacy(political schizophrenia) to which we witness these days more and more...not easy thing to do as state(every state worldwide and not only GB) has options that are used to counter even people's BASIC needs(and employment and so on) whenever those decide to stand up for plain logic. 
VERDICT: Standing up for gruesome lies never should be a choice for anyone. Not spared of anything as far I see...

@Ms Alison Chabloz...if you write me(you should actually address one to human rights organisations) real reason per why you feel what you have publicly suggested(basically what was done to you to feel that way), your story would be way more credible to most of the people(incl. myself).

A woman who wrote antisemitic songs mocking the Holocaust and calling gas chambers a “proven hoax” has been spared jail.

Alison Chabloz was sentenced to 20 weeks imprisonment after being convicted of violating laws against “offensive” or menacing messages, but a judge suspended the punishment for two years.

District judge John Zani banned the 54-year-old from posting anything on social media for a year and ordered her to carry out 180 hours of unpaid work.

He told Westminster Magistrates’ Court that Chabloz had shown “no proper remorse” for her actions, adding: “I don't know whether you want to be a martyr to your purported cause – time will tell.

“This sentence will test your resolve. If you fail to abide by the terms of the suspended sentence you should expect to go to prison.”

The public gallery was packed with her supporters and members of the Campaign Against Antisemitism, which sparked the case with a private prosecution.

Chairman Gideon Falter said the sentence “sends a strong message that in Britain, Holocaust denial and antisemitic conspiracy theories will not be tolerated”. 

“Chabloz is a remorseless and repulsive antisemite who has spent years obsessively inciting others to hate Jews, principally by claiming that the Holocaust was a hoax perpetrated by Jews to defraud the world,” he added, calling her a “pathetic and insignificant figure”.
Chabloz, a Swiss-British dual nation, had been convicted of three counts of gross offence over her songs, which she had performed on YouTube and at far-right events.

Partly set to traditional Jewish folk music, with lyrics like: “Did the Holocaust ever happen? Was it just a bunch of lies? Seems that some intend to pull the wool over our eyes."

Chabloz told the court her songs were “satire” and claimed some Jewish people found them funny.

Prosecutor Karen Robinson previously told the court: "They're not political songs. They are no more than a dressed-up attack on a group of people for no more than their adherence to a religion."

While being cross-examined in March, Chabloz called for an “official investigation” into the number of victims killed in the “so-called Holocaust”, and claimed there was no proof that gas chambers existed.

She told the court school children were being “indoctrinated” by being sent to Auschwitz, called Israel a “criminal state” and claimed that Jews are disproportionately influential.

In mitigation, a defence lawyer for Chabloz said that the videos had not been widely viewed before the court case.

Adrian Davies added that Chabloz has received death and rape threats since her conviction.

Judge Zani had previously dismissed an attempt by Mr Davies to argue his client was protected by the right to freedom of speech, saying her songs were “grossly offensive”.

Chabloz, of Charlesworth in Derbyshire, was convicted of causing an offensive, indecent or menacing message to be sent over a public communications network after performing songs at a London Forum event in 2016.

The Independent infiltrated a meeting of the far-right group the following year, where Chabloz played again, finishing her set with a parody of Edith Piaf’s “I Regret Nothing” and performing a quenelle salute.

The event was compèred by London Forum leader Jeremy Bedford-Turner, who was jailed for a year in May over a speech where he incited people to “free England from Jewish control”. 

Chabloz was sentenced a day after a group of neo-Nazis were jailed for posting racist stickers around a university in Birmingham, while another alleged member of National Action has admitted plotting to murder a Labour MP with a machete.

Statistics released by the Home Office on Thursday showed the number of far-right terrorists in prison has tripled in the past year to 29.

Islamists make up the majority of terror suspects in the UK, with arrests rising to a record level.

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