Anti-Semitic songwriter and Holocaust denier Alison Chabloz deserves her convictions; may she now disappear forever
Self-professed “revisionist” Alison Chabloz is loathed by her parents and her daughter doesn’t speak to her. This billy-no-mates has supported Ken Livingstone and performed at pro-Palestinian events at the Glossop Labour Club in Derbyshire.
A believer in “a nationalist revival” and a singer of anti-Jewish songs, Chabloz was expelled from her appropriately named folk band, ‘Pig In The Middle,’ in 2016 because of her “obsessive anti-Jewish fixation” and described by her bandmates as “manipulative and controlling.”
Variously summed up as “daft” and not worthy of “touching with a bargepole,” this jobless psycho mocked Anne Frank and described Auschwitz as a “theme park” in songs she shared via YouTube and when prosecuted denied sending offensive material.
Sentenced to 20 weeks imprisonment suspended for two years and banned from social media for a year in May 2018, one would have thought this nutcase might finally have learnt to shut her trap. Instead, yesterday, at her appeal, she turned up wearing a white supremacist ‘White Pride’ badge and began quoting what a judge termed: “A bewildering array of sources.”
Rightly Judge Christopher Hehir upheld Chabloz’s three convictions and slated this supporter of Jeremy Corbyn’s songs as “grossly offensive to Jews.” May this nasty piece of work now disappear back under the rock from hence she came.