If you haven’t heard of the Campaign Against Antisemitism (spelt thus) you can probably guess from its name that it is a charity that campaigns against anti-Semitism. To that one should add the qualifier “real and imagined”, and also that for a so-called charity it is extremely uncharitable. To that one should add a further qualification that the people who run it are either incredibly stupid, incredibly venal, or both.
What happens when you put Alison Chabloz together with the Campaign Against Antisemitism? You get a toxic mix of censorship and legal persecution, because some of the songs of Miss Chabloz are regarded by the people behind the Campaign Against Antisemitism as offensive, and, would you believe, anti-Semitic? One of these songs is (((Survivors))) written so, although she stole the melody from Hava Nagila. No, they are not accusing her of plagiarism, just anti-Semitism.
If you haven’t heard (((Survivors))), you can check it out on YouTube. As Google, the company that owns YouTube, is based in the United States along with its servers, one is entitled to ask if there is not the little matter of jurisdiction. However, this is far from the first time an innocuous video hosted overseas has resulted in a UK national facing prosecution, so the Campaign Against Antisemitism and the clowns who control our criminal justice system are obviously sure of themselves on this point if no other.
Alison Chabloz has had her property seized, in particular a computer, been arrested, and last month was arrested again. Have you played the song yet? Right, yes, it is mildly humorous, it also takes a swipe at two people who deserve to be ridiculed, both of them Jews, both of them shameless liars.
Elie Wiesel who died last year is considered one of the patron saints of the Holocaust. Recently he was accused of sexually assaulting a teenager at a charity event in the 1980s. We need not take such rubbish seriously even if some in the mainstream do, especially in the current climate, but credible allegations have been made against Wiesel by credible sources. Myklos Grüner was a Jew who was interned in Buchenwald camp at the same time Wiesel was allegedly interned there. For years he waged a campaign against Wiesel claiming he was an imposter. As pointed out in (((Survivors))), Wiesel had no tattoo. There is an entire website devoted to this issue. Although Grüner found no satisfaction in the courts, the enigma remains.
The other person featured in the song is Irene Zisblatt, whose tale about how she survived Auschwitz beggars belief. Best not to ask about the diamonds or what she says she did with them. Even mainstream exterminationist scholars are embarrassed by the likes of Irene Zisblatt, although few dare to say so publicly, but the young American Revisionist Eric Hunt has produced a series of videos about the forbidden subject, one of which highlights what might be politely called anomalies in her testimony.
It could be mildly embarrassing for the Campaign Against Antisemitism if these issues are raised in court.
Leaving that aside though, what do they hope to achieve? Could it be to persuade Alison Chabloz and others they consider anti-Semites that a number of well-known anti-Jewish stereotypes are false?
Well, let’s look at a few such stereotypes that might arise out of this prosecution:
A belief that Jews are a specially protected class.
That they exert undue influence over the criminal justice system.
That they are mendaciously censoring their perceived political enemies.
That they are trying to suppress the truth.
That they are malicious.
That they are simply not nice people.
In the United States, which has a much larger Jewish population than the UK, there are constitutional guarantees of freedom of expression. Organised Jewry may whine to High Heaven about hate speech, bigotry, anti-Semitism, ad nauseum, but does anyone who matters take any notice of genuine anti-Semitism? We live in troubled times; there are those of a certain political persuasion, Islamists, who if they could would murder us all in our beds: heathens, Jews, even moderate Moslems. By persecuting and prosecuting innocuous people like Alison Chabloz, the Campaign Against Antisemitism and the Jewish establishment risk alienating people they might one day be glad to have in their corner.