Alison Chabloz was recently convicted of sending “grossly insulting” communications over the internet by uploading her songs, which tend to make fun of Jews or the Holocaust narrative. A sentence has not yet been imposed, although the judge warned it may be custodial, meaning jail time.
Not long afterwards, Fiyaz Mughal, of Tell Mama, wrote an article in the Jewish Chronicle, describing his association with Chabloz. Tell Mama is a Muslim advocacy organisation, which creates catalogues of “Islamophobic hate incidents” which it then uses as anti-white hate propaganda to demand more privileges for Muslims or the further suppression of the indigenous population.
In July 2013, a woman called Alison Chabloz started to provide written reports to Tell MAMA. Over months, Chabloz impressed me with her apparent dedication to reporting abuse and defending minority communities against hate crime. I grew to admire her, to the extent that I offered her support when she was sacked from her job overseas and needed help to travel home. I came to regret I had ever let my guard down and trusted her.
Unbeknown to me, Chabloz had lost her job because she had been outed for online antisemitism. Shortly afterwards, this evidence was presented to me, making it very clear that Chabloz was not who I thought she was. Chabloz’s mission wasn’t to defend Muslims, it was to target Jews. She was obsessed with trying to find evidence that would result in Jewish people being investigated and humiliated. I realised that I had not only been conned, but used.
As I’ve mentioned several times before, Tell Mama is a “Kosher Muslim” front group which Jews were intimately involved in setting up. It was intended as a Muslim Copy-Paste of the Jewish ethno-activist group, the Community Security Trust (CST). When the Muslims turned out to be rather cack-handed at executing the blueprint, the Jews literally moved in and did a full-scale takeover. It is now run by a Jew, Richard Benson, who was formerly the chairman of the CST.
So Alison Chabloz was reporting (presumably on Jews) to an organisation that Jews themselves had been involved in founding; and which, even back then, they were probably still assisting in an advisory capacity.
It’s worth asking how Chabloz got on the Jews’ radar (the Jewdar) in the first place? Was it actually through her reporting to Tell Mama? She reported on “Islamophobic” Jews and her Tell Mama contacts got in touch with their Jewish friends and told them about this kuffar/goy woman who kept reporting Jews to them? And the Jews then began to subject her to closer scrutiny, trawling through her social media posts, looking for ammunition they could use to get her dismissed from her job on a cruise ship?
I should stress that I don’t know any of this to be true. It is pure speculation on my part. Nonetheless, it strikes me as a plausible scenario.
While I have sympathy for Alison Chabloz, I’m struggling to see how anyone who believes that Europeans have the right to remain in secure possession of their ancestral living spaces could think that helping push the “Islamophobia” narrative was in any way in our interests. Whatever problems we face from Jews, demographic takeover isn’t one of them. Maybe she was a leftie before and only became a “white nationalist” recently?
Or could this whole thing be a lie? I have no evidence for her collaboration with Muslims other than the article in the Jewish Chronicle. It could conceivably be a falsehood intended to damage her credibility with the white nationalist community. But since she’s been photographed at “Free Palestine” events, I’m afraid it strikes me as all too plausible.
As I have documented in innumerable blog posts, the Judeo-Islamic alliance has been working together against us for 1400 years. Jews were intimately involved in the creation of Islam and even in the writing of the Koran. Their goal? Recruit a zombie army to help displace the Christian Byzantine empire from Palestine, a goal they successfully achieved. And Muslims have proved useful to them as a zombie army ever since, albeit one that occasionally slips out of control.
It is delusional for any European ethno-nationalist to think that either of the two “Semitic separatist” communities can be a reliable partner against the other. Alison Chabloz’s failure to understand that may well have been responsible for her downfall.