British Songwriter Taken to Court for YouTube Ditty Poking Fun at ‘Lying’ (((Survivors))) With ‘Fake Tattoos,’ Tales of Nazi Lampshades Made Out of Jewish Skin
A British songwriter notorious for her anti-Israel social media posts, is being sued for her latest ditty, which pokes fun at the Holocaust and its “lying” survivors.
Alison Chabloz is the focus of a suit filed by the UK-based charity the Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA) for a June YouTube video, titled “(((Survivors)))” — using the triple parentheses neo-Nazi groups employed to identify and troll Jews online. The suit is what the UK’s Daily Mail said is believed to be the country’s first private prosecution for anti-Jewish racism.
CAA said it decided to pursue the case on its own, after Britain’s Crown Prosecution Service opted not to press charges against Chabloz for her “grossly offensive” song, the lyrics of which include passages such as:
I saw them taking babies and then tearing them in two. The creepy Dr Mengele, he removed my tattoo.
They tried to turn my brown eyes blue, make a lampshade from my skin.
For months I swallowed diamonds, and shat them out again…
My name is Elie Wiesel, may I show you my tattoo? Oh, where’s it gone? I wrote a book for US kids to study while at school. It’s full of nonsense tales, of course, what do you all expect?
But it made me very wealthy, as a liar I’m the best.
At Auschwitz they burned babies, though the water table’s high;
Fred Leuchter’s work on ditches, it almost made me cry.
Treblinka was a another one; there was no funeral pyre.
And I cannot speak Hungarian, but oh boy can I lie…
History repeats itself; no limits to our wealth.
Thanks to your debt, we’re bleeding you dry.
We control your media, control all your books and TV,
With the daily lies we’re feeding, suffering victimization,
Sheeple have no realization. You shall pay all the way…
Bank notes, let’s print some more.
We love to see you poor.
Let’s start a war, our pockets to line.
There is no more doubting: Every nation’s debt is mounting,
While the bankers keep on counting.
Pension fund has now gone awol, nothing left upon your table.
You must pay night and day, until the end of time.
Chabloz pleaded not guilty to the charge. An application by the defense to adjourn the case was rejected by the judge, and a trial date has been set for March 24, 2017.
The CAA suit emerged the same week that UK Prime Minister Theresa May announced her government will officially adopt a working definition of antisemitism.
Watch Chabloz’s video, still on YouTube, below: