The Barnes Review Interview with Revisionist Alison Chabloz

Published: 2021-03-20

The Barnes Review interviews (56 minutes) the brilliant singer, and superb satirist, Alison Chabloz. Alison tells the Barnes Review, about her life, her brilliant satirist songs, and the disturbing vicious attacks launched by Zionists on her integrity and her employment. Alison says that she was born in Manchester, learnt the piano, guitar, and double bass. She studied French and Music at University. Alison relates that due to her French speaking abilities, she married a Swiss man, hence her surname. They had a daughter, before an eventual divorce. Alison also spoke German and Spanish, and is exceptionally well travelled. One of her favourite hobbies is free diving. Alison says that due to her free diving in Egypt, she became acquainted with the Zionist oppression in Palestine, and eventually the pioneering activities of Professor Robert Faurisson.  She also talks about meeting Gerald Menuhin, (the son of the celebrated Jewish Volinist) and writer of Tell theTruth and Shame the Devil. Alison says that she is very impressed by the "Holocaust" Handbooks written by Germar Rudolf and Carlo Mattogno.

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