April 20th is the anniversary of the birth of Adolf Hitler, the Fuhrersgeburtstag.
When will we be free?…
The same thing happened to me in 2018 when I had a Twitter account. Every time the number of “followers” got to 3,000, it dropped back to between 2,500 and 3,000. Then the Jew lobby had me expelled anyway. The true number of Twitter followers I had was probably at least 6,660…
Same ballpark as on previous occasions over the last couple of years, though I was previously slightly closer to the central position. Want to try it yourself? See https://www.politicalcompass.org/test.
Greta Nut— the latest
Seems that my disdain for the nut-puppet is shared by many others…see my previous blogging: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/09/29/greta-thunberg-system-approved-wunderkind/; and https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/10/09/extinction-rebellion-greta-thunberg-cressida-dick-and-the-madness-of-protesting-crowds/.
The tweeter means well, but the war on European humanity will not be fought against and won by signing petitions, tweeting, blogging etc…
The Islamists (or in Imran Khan’s case, faux-Islamists) are learning from the Jew-Zionists and their attempts to criminalize, inter alia, any questioning of the “holocaust” farrago…
Once freedom of expression goes, it goes. In the UK, we have seen that singer-songwriter and commentator Alison Chabloz was recently convicted of making a few remarks (both unexceptionable and in fact true, if robustly put) about Jewish behaviour. That is how freedom of expression is destroyed, when a special-interest group makes expression of opinion liable to result in a criminal charge.
The so-called “Campaign Against Antisemitism” has been trying to “bag” Alison Chabloz for at least 5 years, a fact recently admitted to in the Jewish “community” press by the CAA’s “Director of Investigations and Enforcement”, Steven Silverman of Grays, Essex: https://blogs.timesofisrael.com/our-five-year-fight-to-imprison-holocaust-denier-alison-chabloz/.
“Slitherman” has in the past made attempts to have me too arrested via malicious complaint: see, for example, https://ianrobertmillard.org/2017/07/13/when-i-was-a-victim-of-a-malicious-zionist-complaint/.
As far as Alison Chabloz is concerned, last year (2020), the CAA (via a suborned Police and Crime Commissioner, police, at least one MP, and lawyers of the Crown Prosecution Service) managed to have Alison put on trial and then locked up for 2-3 days (4 including days of arrival and departure). She was granted bail pending appeal, and later won that appeal when the CPS had either to give up or to reveal details of the backstairs conspiracy which involved both the CPS and the other above-designated actors.
In fact, the days Alison spent in custody after lodging of that appeal have now been credited to her in respect of her present sentence. Good news.
Alison’s present situation is that she remains in Bronzefield Prison, near Heathrow Airport, where she has been since her recent conviction on 31 March 2021. In other words, she has, as of today, served three weeks and a day. Not including days of trial. She has applied, via Counsel, for bail pending appeal, before a Crown Court judge, but been refused.
Alison Chabloz was sentenced to 18 weeks. The usual 50% discount for release “on licence” (commonly referred to as “parole” in most countries) reduces that to 9 weeks. Days of custody after charge, and days of court hearing, including the two days of trial, take off at least another week; the 4 days spent wrongly imprisoned in 2020 are also taken off. All of that may add up to 2 weeks, thus making Alison’s time actually in prison about 7 weeks, meaning that she would normally expect to be released on licence sometime in the second half of May.
Word from usually-reliable sources is that Alison will in fact be released early on electronic tag next Monday, 26 April 2021. That, however, is not certain, as far as I know.
Letters, cards, books, and money (enabling Alison to buy useful items in what seems to be a poorly-administered prison) can be sent. Voicemails and emails can also be sent: see https://www.gov.uk/guidance/bronzefield-prison; https://www.emailaprisoner.com/; https://prisonguide.co.uk/bronzefield-prison/; https://www.gov.uk/send-prisoner-money.
While it is possible that Alison will be released within the next 5 days, that is not certain. She would no doubt like to receive contact or any modest sums of money (sent by your debit card via a government-run site).