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So You Think You Live in a Freedom Loving Democracy?


So You Think You Live in a Freedom Loving Democracy?

We are constantly told, are we not, that in the United Kingdom and Western countries in general that we live in ‘freedom-loving democracies’, and many of our people may sadly still be under the delusion that this is true. Well, if this is the case, then why is it that people such as Ms Alison Chabloz are being persecuted and jailed by the state for merely singing satirical songs?

Ms Chabloz has been the victim of an ongoing campaign of persecution by the Campaign Against Anti-Semitism (CAA). The CAA took out a private prosecution against Alison leading to her prosecution by the British state and subsequent conviction under section.127 of the 2003 Communications Act. In June 2018, Ms Chabloz had been sentenced to 20 weeks’ imprisonment, suspended for 2 years, because she had been found ‘guilty’ of broadcasting so-called ‘anti-Semitic’ songs on YouTube. (1)

I’ve since heard the rather disconcerting news if we are to believe we still live in ‘free countries’, that Ms Chabloz, the satirical singer/songwriter and nationalist dissident, had been imprisoned on the 23rd September at Chesterfield Magistrates’ Court, Derbyshire, for breaching the conditions of her suspended prison sentence. (2)

Thankfully, Ms Chabloz only spent 3 nights in HMP New Hall for her “crimes” before being released on unconditional bail pending appeal and would seem to be in good spirits from what I can gather on my reading of her most recent blog post detailing her ongoing persecution! (3)

However short a period of time Alison Chabloz spent in prison, it is still shocking to me that anyone would be deprived of their liberty merely for singing songs and/or voicing their opinion on a historical event, whether or not some people happen to find what is said or sung in this case distasteful or upsetting. It is especially shocking when we are led to believe by our governments and mainstream media that here in Britain, unlike countries who have despotic regimes such as China or North Korea for example, we are supposedly free!

Surely, if we are to have freedom then we have to accept the right of people to express views we may abhor or disagree with profoundly otherwise we simply do not have freedom.

Perhaps, the persecution of Alison Chabloz shouldn’t come as a surprise though because if we look at the so-called ‘democracies’ of the west and especially countries such as Germany we can see freedom is nothing but a façade when the ‘authorities’ can jail old ladies such as 89 year old Ursula Haverbeck for the ‘crime’ of so-called ‘holocaust denial’. (4) Ursula Haverbeck is not the only one to have been jailed. Alfred Schaefer, Horst Mahler and Sylvia Stolz are but a few of her fellow Germans jailed for their questioning of a historical event which the authorities say you simply must not question.

I guess we are only ‘free’ to a limited degree dependant on whether or not our views or politics are in alignment with the prevailing orthodoxy and we do not transgress the ever-changing boundaries of politically correct ‘thought-crime’ the establishment has set for us.The famous quote which is often attributed to Voltaire comes to mind: “To learn who rules over you simply learn who you are not allowed to criticise.”

If we do look at who is behind this censorship and the attacks on free-speech in many western countries, then surely, we must conclude that Jews would seem to be beyond criticism. We have to be honest here, in these examples it is the state acting on behalf of organised Jewry and groups such as the Campaign Against Anti-Semitism (CAA) which is committing violence against native white Europeans whether that be by persecution through loss of employment, social-media bans, imprisonment or physical violence through their rent a mob Antifa thugs.

If we are so free, then why is the narrative of the Jewish holocaust from WW2, the only such ‘genocide’ or historical event which can’t be criticised? Let’s face it, we are free to question or deny any other genocide or historical event you may care to mention without fear of losing our employment or being locked up. Questioning the Armenian genocide for example, or the many massacres carried out by Communist regimes over the last century won’t result in you going to prison. Why then are people merely using their God-given right to free-speech and expressing their own opinion being hounded out of employment or put in prison if indeed we are so free in western countries?

I don’t profess to be an expert on World War 2 history, or on the above-mentioned holocaust, but I do like to think I have a modicum of common sense and so I am very suspicious of the motives of anyone or any group who would try to stop my right to free-speech or my freedom of enquiry and not allow debate on such important matters. Surely, if an event actually happened then there should be no problem proving this in fair and open debate. After all truth does not fear investigation!

There has been a lot of work done by revisionist historians which counters the mainstream orthodox view of ‘the Holocaust’ and World War 2 and they have provided evidence to support their arguments which can be found at websites such as these:

Why has the memorial plaque shown below commemorating the people killed at Auschwitz-Birkenau been changed and the numbers killed there lowered from 4 million to 1.5 million, but the 6 million number is still used by the establishment?

Even the orthodox court historians of the establishment accept that the stories of the ‘Nazis’ making soap out of human fat (5) and lampshades out of human skin (6) are false and nothing but tall-tales and allied wartime psychological warfare carried out on a beaten and utterly defeated German population.

Surely, whatever your personal views and whether one accepts the official narrative or not of what happened in World War 2 and in particular ‘the Holocaust’ you must agree that if we are to live in a society where we are truly free we must be allowed to question anything and everything even if a certain powerful, organised lobby group objects? If we lose our right to free-speech there lays the road to tyranny!



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