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Satire demonized and criminalized in Britain

by Michael Hoffman

Monday, February 08, 2010

Simon Sheppard (left) and Stephen Whittle now serving prison sentences in Britain

One grows weary of pointing to the disparity between how "Holocaust" revisionists and Muslim haters are treated in the media and the courts both legal and of public opinion. Kurt Westergaard, the artist who drew the anti-Mohammed cartoon in Denmark is a hero of the European Union. His "freedom of expression" is jealously guarded, and used as a pedagogic tool for hammering Muslims concerning the glories of modern Western human rights' standards. When Muslims respond that the Danish cartoon was bigoted and racist, they are dismissed as backward peasants from Neanderthal societies who have yet to learn the rudiments of Enlightenment tolerance.

Meanwhile, revisionist expression concerning Talmudic Judaism or the alleged execution gas chambers of Auschwitz is another matter entirely. In the latter case, the "racist" pejorative is gleefully pinned on revisionists by the media and the courts, thereby acting as a solvent for weakening any claims to apply the western heritage of freedom of the press to revisionist writers or satirists.

Hence, Simon Sheppard, who received a lengthy prison sentence in part for distributing in England this writer's satirical comic book Tales of the Holohoax is described by all British media, from the snooty BBC to the proletarian "Sun" newspaper, as a "racist."

The unjust assignment of this pejorative is the impregnable wall that has been erected to isolate Mr. Sheppard's case from that of the anti-Muslim Danish cartoonists, and causes him to forfeit the civil liberties protections of Europe's supposed guardians of freedom against Islamic fundamentalism. The possibility that Europe might need to be guarded against the racist tyranny of fundamentalist Orthodox Judaism is policed out of consideration.

What precisely is there that is "racist" about the Tales of the Holohoax cartoons? The media do not scruple to attempt an analysis because they are under no pressure or obligation to do so. Satire is only a noble weapon when it is used against "demon Islam," while Judaism and Holocaustianity are sacred dogmas in Europe. Satirizing these sacred cows is a "disgusting hate crime."

Westergaard is portrayed as a defiant saint, while Mr. Sheppard and his partner in "criminal" satire, Stephen Whittle (they are known collectively as the "Heretical Two"), are less than zero in the eyes of the Western gatekeepers of morality and history - "race hate criminals" - in the purple prose of the BBC. The fact that these two have been stigmatized as "racist" is sufficient to render the stigma a reality, even when the facts bear witness to the contrary.

The "revisionist community," with some notable exceptions (Lady Michelle Renouf, Dr. Robert Faurisson, Willis Carto, Herman Otten) is reluctant to mention Tales of the Holohoax in connection with the plight of the "Heretical Two." The publication itself and the heretics who circulated it would now be a cause célébre if the current "revisionist community" had any of the public relations instincts of Ernst Zundel.

In the 2009 Christmas list of imprisoned revisionists and their jailhouse mailing addresses circulated around the Internet and published in certain revisionist newsletters, under the names Sheppard and Whittle the reason given for their incarceration was an oddly generic one: "sought asylum in the U.S." But the reason they were asylum seekers was noticeably absent. By this omission, reference to Tales of the Holohoax and its author were sent down the memory hole -- by revisionists themselves.

I have seen no sustained analogy concerning this writer or Mr. Sheppard, and Mr.Westergaard. And since it has been decided that Tales of the Holohoax shouldn't be mentioned or discussed, no parallels are drawn between this writer's satirical gas chamber cartoons and the anti-Muslim ones in Denmark. A magnificent opportunity is thereby lost.

Culpability for this loss also rests with the Muslim and Arab media who have failed to compare the two sets of cartoons and the fate of the distributors.

No European has gone to jail for satirizing Islam or its prophet. On the contrary, the defiance of the Danish cartoonists is celebrated, rewarded and protected, while Sheppard rots in a British prison for distributing a satire that pokes fun at Talmudic tall tales recycled for modern consumption during and after World War II.

Thursday, January 08, 2015

Cartoon Blasphemy of Holocaustianity Damned by the West


Hot air windbags throughout the West are today proclaiming their defiant support for “blasphemy” of religion of the kind the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists specialized in with regard to Islam.

We don’t know if Douthat’s sincere or not. Here is our e-mail to him:

Dear Mr Douthat: Very nice rhetoric. Question: is your pledge selective or absolute? If selective, it means nothing. It only signifies the right to blaspheme against that which you oppose.

Here is a test of your professed ideals: will you "welcome and defend" the satirical comic book Tales of the Holohoax? http://www.vho.org/aaargh/fran/livres9/TalesV2.pdf

The cartoons in this comic book blaspheme the execution gas chambers of Auschwitz and associated mythomania.

-- Michael Hoffman (end quote from our e-mail to Times’ columnist Douthat).
We also take this opportunity to challenge revisionists around the world, as well as Muslim media, to ask, what are you doing to publicize the disparity between the publicity and support accorded to anti-Islamic cartoons, and the damnation and denunciation leveled at the Tales of the Holohoax comic book, for which two men in Britain, Simon Sheppard and Stephen Whittle, have been imprisoned?
Here is a golden opportunity to show up the hypocrisy of kosher-conservatives in America, and people like German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Israeli mass murderer Binyamin Netanyahu, who support the arrest and imprisonment of anyone who dares to blaspheme Holocaustianity   the civic religion of the otherwise agnostic West  while proclaiming the right of freedom of expression for those who blaspheme Islam.

Fantastic opportunities like this come along once or twice in a lifetime. At this moment, as these words are being written, truth campaigners have a tiny window, a cubic centimeter of chance, to use the horrible massacre at the offices of the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists to focus attention on the demonization of cartoons that blaspheme the most sacred icon of the West —  the supposed homicidal gas chambers of Auschwitz —  even as Zionist thought police have the chutzpah to lecture Islam on lightening up and being able to take a joke.

All it takes is getting Tales of the Holohoax and the demonization of its author and jailing of its distributors, into the international discussion and to the attention of reporters and columnists, and have it “go viral.”

If we can break through the media curtain we will unmask the inquisitors and religious fanatics who denounce Muslims for transgressions against liberty for which they themselves are guilty.

When asked by Judaic reporter Sheldon Kirshner for his reaction to artists and writers who would dare publish cartoons satirizing the gas chamber hoax, cartoonist Art Spiegelman replied: People who subscribe to this view can only be combatted with a bullet.”  Source: Canadian Jewish News, Oct. 20, 1988, p. 10. 

Racist pair lose jail term appeals
The Sun (UK) January 29, 2010

A RACIST man has lost his appeal against the UK's first conviction for inciting racial hatred online. But the Court of Appeal in London did reduce Stephen Whittle's sentence of two years and four months by six months. Another man, Simon Sheppard, who was also convicted of inciting racial hatred, had his term of four years and ten months cut by a year. Whittle, 42, and Sheppard, 52, were jailed at Leeds Crown Court in July last year after they were charged, under the Public Order Act, with publishing racially inflammatory material, distributing racially inflammatory material and possessing racially inflammatory material with a view to distribution. Whittle, from Preston, was found guilty of five offences and Sheppard, of Selby, North Yorkshire, was found guilty of 16. During their first trial in 2008, they skipped bail and fled to California, where they sought asylum claiming they were being persecuted for their right-wing views, but were deported. The police investigation began after a complaint about a leaflet called Tales of the Holohoax, which was pushed through the door of a Blackpool synagogue and traced back to a post office box in Hull registered to Sheppard.

Published material found later included images of murdered Jews alongside cartoons and articles ridiculing ethnic groups. At the appeal, Sheppard's counsel, Adrian Davies, challenged the convictions on the grounds of jurisdiction, the meaning of "publication" and whether the material on the internet was "written material" within the meaning of the Act. He said the articles complained of were posted on a website in California where there was no doubt that they were "entirely lawful and enjoyed the highest degree of constitutional protection under the laws of the United States."  There was no evidence that anyone in England and Wales, except for the police officer, who the Crown did not rely on as a member of the public under the Act, had ever read any of them. "Despite this, Mr Sheppard has been sentenced to a longer term of imprisonment than Abu Hamza," he told Lord Justice Scott Baker, Mr Justice Penry-Davey and Mr Justice Cranston. Giving their ruling, Lord Justice Scott Baker said the trial judge was right to hold that he had jurisdiction to try the pair because a substantial measure of the activities constituting the crime took place in England. He said the judge had also correctly addressed the issue of publication - the material in the case was available to the public despite the fact that the evidence went no further than establishing that one police constable downloaded it. And the words "written material" in the Act were sufficiently wide to include articles in electronic form. On the question of sentence, he noted that the judge had said he had rarely seen or read material that was so abusive and insulting in its content towards racial groups in this country. (End quote)

For further research:
The Massacre of Charlie Hebdo in Paris

Satirical gas chamber comic book by Michael Hoffman




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