The Chabloz Case, The Law is an Ass. No right not to be offended and Fools are their own best rebuttal.

 

 

 

 

 

Surely the Criminal Justice system must have better things to do than pursue Censorship of such a trivial type. http://letthemconfectsweeterlies.blogspot.com/2017/10/anti-semitic-blogger-who-called.html

Scuffle erupts outside court after anti-Semitic songwriter, 54, who mocked Anne Frank, denied the Holocaust and described Auschwitz as a ‘theme park for fools’ is warned she faces jail

  • Blogger posted three anti-Semitic songs online following meeting in London
  • The lyrics of the songs questioned the Holocaust and mocked survivors
  • She has now been found guilty of ‘improper use of a communications network’
  • The defendant’s supporters and anti-fascists clashed outside court

 

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OZ[edit]

In 1967, Dennis began to work as a street seller, selling copies of the underground counterculture OZ magazine on the streets of London’s Kings Road. The magazine printed a mixture of left-field stories, discussions of drugs, sex and contentious political stories.[4] He then gained an informal apprenticeship in magazine design with Jon Goodchild, OZ‘s first art director, who later moved to Rolling Stone in California.
After passing out at a friend’s party, he woke up in a flat shared by several young women in Walsingham Mansions on the Fulham Road and moved in, paying rent by cleaning the flat.[4] What would become a massive collection of 1960s and 1970s graphic art began in a small way with the posters of Martin Sharp, one of the originators of OZ magazine.
In 1969, Dennis wrote a world exclusive for OZ, the first ever review of Led Zeppelin‘s debut album. He was quickly promoted to co-editor and became involved in the longest conspiracy trial in English history over the infamous Schoolkids OZ issue. While Richard Neville was on holiday, Jim Anderson and Dennis had invited fifth– and sixth-form kids to edit the issue. They included a sexually explicit Rupert the Bear cartoon strip, which proved too much for the authorities and resulted in the arrest of Anderson, Neville and Dennis, who were charged with “conspiracy to corrupt public morals”. The OZ offices in Princedale Road, Notting Hill, and the homes of its editors were repeatedly raided by Scotland Yard‘s Obscene Publications Squad.[2][4]

The Chabloz case as was the COunt Dunkula case are very disturbing. Blast from the past the Single released by Apple by John Lennon and Felix Dennis to fight the Oz defence against Obscene publications squad.

its a very troubling verdict Mike, There is no right not to be offended, she is a very talented musician and quite possibly is anti semetic but I say so what . treating this case this way is not a good idea for any of us, freedom of Speech will shrivel very quickly if people do not defend Her right to take the piss out of the Holocaust. Some of the things she says are actually factually supportable her songs go a little to far for my own tastes and I suspect her more colourful efforts were provoked by censure. I wonder what her sentence will be? this was always a more serious case than Nazi Pug and count dunkula.

On Fri, May 25, 2018 at 3:29 PM, MTF <mtfventures@gmail.com> wrote:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5771007/Blogger-GUILTY-broadcasting-anti-Semitic-music.htmlI’m undecided about this case. I support investigation to find truth & broadcasting your findings/opinions in a sensible/objective way.

But using mockery/sarcasm/belittlement to advance your findings/viewpoint can’t be right & will result in a backlash.

I haven’t investigated the detail of the case so can’t conclude which category she falls into.

I know you have so..What say you Rog ?

 

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