The Antilopen Gang tune “October in Europe” | EUROtoday

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EIt's value taking a second to contemplate the context by which the rap trio Antilopen Gang launched their new tune. Triggered by a SWR presenter, the dialogue started on Monday about an app that can be utilized to establish and boycott Israeli merchandise and firms which can be run by Jews. On Tuesday, legal professionals on the European Court of Human Rights in The Hague tried to refute the accusation that Germany was complicit within the genocide in Gaza. The plaintiff is Nicaragua, the nation that ranks 143rd out of 167 on the democracy index. On Wednesday the information unfold that ESC individuals have been being threatened as a result of they needed to go to the Eurovision Song Contest even when Israel was participating.

So this week the dialogue concerning the Antilopen Gang tune developed. It's known as “October in Europe” and is concerning the penalties of the bloodbath on October seventh, concerning the silence of the left and the music scene in Germany, concerning the loud silence of their very own individuals. It has develop into a drastic, provocative tune, which shouldn't shock anybody who is aware of the band, an in any other case unadorned tune accompanied by violins by which the verse “Today the biggest anti-Semites / All anti-racists, against hate and for peace” happens and the road “Greta also hates Jews now.”