Antisemitic Holocaust denier Chabloz ‘signed up to be official Labour supporter’

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Antisemitic Holocaust denier Chabloz ‘signed up to be official Labour supporter’

EXCLUSIVE: Activist and revisionist also declared her support for Jeremy Corbyn in several blog posts.

Blogger Alison Chabloz arriving at Westminster Magistrates' Court, London, January 2018.

Credit: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire
Blogger Alison Chabloz arriving at Westminster Magistrates' Court, London, January 2018. Credit: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

Convicted Holocaust denier Alison Chabloz signed up as a £3 registered supporter of the Labour Party in 2015, Jewish News can reveal.

A source involved in the compliance unit at that time confirmed that Chabloz signed up but, according to the source, the antisemite was later blacklisted by the party after her vile comments emerged.

The activist and revisionist declared loyalty to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in several blog posts.

In an entry titled “My Quenelle is a massive ‘Up yours!’ dedicated to my abusers” from 2015, she wrote: “I like many others hope Corbyn becomes Labour leader and that after so many years we will start to see some real opposition in the House of Commons.

“Sadly, as we have seen during another recent smear campaign of Jeremy Corbyn, eloquent debate seems out of the question.”

In another blog post from 2015, she compared the media’s coverage of Jeremy Corbyn to that of the convicted antisemite and Holocaust denier Dieudonné, adding: “Accusations of anti-Semitism (when the ‘offence’ is in fact anti-Zionism) and allegations of being an apologist for ‘terrorism’ abound in regard to both men.”

She added: “UK pundits’ muckraking on the subject of Corbyn and his supporters is rather like watching a re-enactment of parts of the New Testament, coordinated amongst others by The Guardian’s Jonathan Freeland, The Times’ Oliver Kamm and the Jewish Chronicle’s Stephen Pollard.”

Chabloz was convicted of three counts of sending by a public communications network an offensive, indecent or menacing message or material after a trial at Westminster Magistrates  Court last May.

Last week, Chabloz lost the appeal against her conviction after she claimed lyrics such as “Auschwitz holy temple is a theme park just for fools,” were created out of love for the Jewish people.

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