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Posted byitchyNADZ
Posted on10/24/05 08:29 AM

Young Singers Spread Racist Hate

Funny how this makes the national news, while black racist gangsta rappers preach
their hate and are ignored. If you're going to report hatered, report all
hatred and not just the angle you want to push. Exposing all of it on a constant
basis imho is better for getting rid of it, vs just showing a certain group
being racist.

Is it because they're cute? Is it because they resemble Mary-Kate and Ashley,
the media darlings? It would be funny if MK&A sued them for looking like them.

Original Article

Oct. 20, 2005 Thirteen-year-old twins Lamb and Lynx Gaede have one album out, another on the way, a music video, and lots of fans.

They may remind you another famous pair of singers, the Olsen Twins, and the girls say they like that. But unlike the Olsens, who built a media empire on their fun-loving, squeaky-clean image, Lamb and Lynx are cultivating a much darker personna. They are white nationalists and use their talents to preach a message of hate.

Known as "Prussian Blue" a nod to their German heritage and bright blue eyes the girls from Bakersfield, Calif., have been performing songs about white nationalism before all-white crowds since they were nine.

"We're proud of being white, we want to keep being white," said Lynx. "We want our people to stay white we don't want to just be, you know, a big muddle. We just want to preserve our race."

Lynx and Lamb have been nurtured on racist beliefs since birth by their mother April. "They need to have the background to understand why certain things are happening," said April, a stay-at-home mom who no longer lives with the twins' father. "I'm going to give them, give them my opinion just like any, any parent would."

April home-schools the girls, teaching them her own unique perspective on everything from current to historical events. In addition, April's father surrounds the family with symbols of his beliefs specifically the Nazi swastika. It appears on his belt buckle, on the side of his pick-up truck and he's even registered it as his cattle brand with the Bureau of Livestock Identification.

"Because it's provocative," explains April of the cattle brand, "to him he thinks it's important as a symbol of freedom of speech that he can use it as his cattle brand."

I'm STILL Rick James, bitch

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.You'll love this  itchyNADZ10/24/05 08:29 AM
.*Re: You'll love this  Joffeman10/25/05 08:41 PM
.*VICE actually did an interview with them for their hate issue.  Pinto Bravo10/24/05 01:37 PM
..*you don't read vice, do you?  Joffeman10/25/05 08:35 PM
.*They go to high school with their mom  Cereal Killer10/24/05 11:19 AM