Reaction to Dark Whisper`s – Kether (Holocaust Relativization)

Why Holocaust Relativization is Bad (I should not have to explain This is personal though. My Grandfather Rainer Küchenmeister was a Concentration Camp survivor. His father Walter was not as lucky. #DarkWhisper #Whispergate #AliceD

MULTIPLE ARTISTS CAME OUT AGAINST THE LABEL OWNER SINCE THE RELEASE OF THE CONTROVERSIAL ALBUM “KETHER”. THE ALBUM ARTWORK FEATURES AN EDITED PICTURE OF THE AUSCHWITZ CONCENTRATION CAMP READING “IMPFEN MACHT FREI” INSTEAD OF THE ORIGINAL INSIGNIA “ARBEIT MACHT FREI”.THE ARTWORK SINCE THEN HAS BEEN BANNED FROM FACEBOOK AFTER GETTING REPORTED BY USERS. SINCE THEN THE ARTIST ALTERED THE ARTWORK TO INCLUDE “CENSORED” STICKERS ABOVE ALL HOLOCAUST AND RIGHT-WING CONSPIRACY THEORY REFERENCES. HOWEVER, YOU CAN STILL EASILY FIND THE “ARTWORK” ON GOOGLE IMAGE SEARCH.

ARTIST RESIGNING&DISTANCING FROM ALICE-D RECORDS

Fortunately, a lot of public figures such as artists and organizers spoke out against the relativization publicly. Among the first in our community to come out, was the owner of the Berlin-based organization “Hitech Clan“. A long-time Artist of Dark Whisper´s Label “Alice D” Yoshi was among the first to resign from the label, sighting differences in worldview, in musical taste, and also mentioning the latest developments regarding the release of “Kether”. Gotalian also made a public post on the platform Instagram to inform his fans that he is not affiliated with Alice D Records anymore.

Facebook post by Joshi (former Alice D Label DJ)

Learn more about Holocaust Relativization and how it is used:

https://www.open.edu/openlearn/history-the-arts/history/world-history/the-holocaust/content-section-5.1

Learn about the Holocaust on WikiPedia: Click Here