Alison Chabloz-Tyler

Alison Chabloz-Tyler insists the Holocaust is an “eternal cash cow” and that gas chambers were used to “save lives from typhus.”

By Pesach Benson, United With Israel

A British blogger with an extensive history of anti-Semitic and Holocaust-denying comments was sent to jail after losing an appeal.

Alison Chabloz-Tyler of London was convicted in April of using “grossly offensive terminology” in a podcast, and also of sending other highly offensive comments on a public communications network. The 57-year-old was sentenced to 18 weeks in jail but faces a re-sentencing hearing at the Southwark Crown Court in London.

Chabloz-Tyler has claimed that the Nazi gas chambers were used “to save lives from typhus epidemics” and that Adolf Hitler wanted the Jews out of Europe for behaving “in a certain fashion as we’re seeing again today.”

Chabloz-Tyler has also described the Holocaust as an “eternal cash cow” for the Jews, compared Auschwitz to a “theme park,” and said that Jews who “don’t conform” should be deported from the UK.

In a vicious, Holocaust-denying musical video dated April 3 to the tune of popular Jewish song “Hava Nagila,” she even slams famous teenage victim Anne Frank.

In 2018, Chabloz-Tyler was convicted of three charges for posting offensive songs about the Holocaust but was given a suspended sentence. She went on to breach the terms of that suspended sentence by phoning in as a guest on two podcasts, “The Realist Report” and “The Graham Hart Show,” where she delivered anti-Semitic rants.

On the latter podcast, Chabloz-Tyler described the Holocaust as a ‘central pillar’ of Judaism and insisted that Jewish children are brought up to be “psychopathic maniacs.”

Hart was separately sentenced to 32 months in prison for anti-Semitic comments he made on his podcast over a four-year period. Police began investigating Hart after receiving a dossier of his comments compiled by Campaign Against Antisemitism. The Truro Crown Court ruled that Hart had crossed a line between slander and incitement.

Explaining the reason for Chabloz-Tyler’s re-sentencing hearing, Judge Martin Beddoe said, “‘Presently we do not consider that the sentence passed in the court below was sufficient.”

According to British media reports, Chabloz-Tyler is now “banned from broadcasting, posting on the internet or in any form, any reference to Judaism, the Jewish faith, the Jewish people, the Holocaust, World War two, Israel, or any member of the Nazi party.”