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Alison Chabloz

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Currently on trial in the UK for singing politically incorrect songs, I am charged with four counts of sending and causing to be sent 'grossly offensive' messages under the Communications Act. My case has been ongoing for almost a year during which time I have been on bail with a gagging order which restricts my movements as well as my freedom of speech.
A professionally trained musician, I worked as a teacher and performer in Switzerland before returning to my English roots in 2012. In 2015, Swiss-British publisher, Gerard Menuhin, sent me the lyrics to a poem 'Tell Me More Lies' which I set to music and which then became the inspiration for my 'Songs of the Shoah' series of satirical songs about the 'Holocaust'. A 40 minute show put together for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2016 was pulled following political pressure from the Israel lobby. I finally was able to perform my show last September at the Grosvenor Hotel in London at a meeting of the London Forum where I received a standing ovation from an audience of over 100 patriots.
My court case concerns a shared YouTube video of my London Forum performance. Still at the legal argument stage, the prosecution must now prove that online sharing constitutes sending or causing to be sent a 'grossly offensive' message. If I am found guilty, my case will set a precedent which will effectively outlaw any criticism, questioning - satirical or otherwise - of the orthodox 'Holocaust' narrative. Banned from Twitter, unable to perform live and heavily censored on YouTube with the attacks now concentrating on my PayPal account, I need a safe place where I can continue to express myself and find support.