Two Girls Who Sang in a Nazi Folk Group Rebelled Against Their Parents . . . and Now They’re Pot-Smoking Teenagers Who Embrace Diversity
–Lamb and Lynx Gaede are twin sisters who formed the white-supremacist folk group Prussian Blue in 2003, when they were just 11 years old. (–They formed the band at the suggestion of white nationalist leader William Pierce.)
–They performed at neo-Nazi festivals and were featured on VH-1’s special “Inside Hate Rock”. Their ‘hits’ included the song “Aryan Man Awake”, the album “The Path We Chose”, and a DVD titled “Blonde Hair Blue Eyes”.
–The girls are 19 now, and like all teenagers, they have rebelled against their upbringing and now reject the white power movement.
–In their first interview in five years, Lamb told a British newspaper, quote, “I’m not a white nationalist anymore. My sister and I are pretty liberal now.” And Lynx said, quote, “Personally, I love diversity. I’m stoked that we have so many different cultures.”
–And the reason for the turnaround is . . . medical marijuana. Lynx suffers from cyclic vomiting and had a tumor removed from her shoulder. Lamb has chronic back pain. They’ve both used weed to manage their pain, and credit it with opening their minds.
–Sadly, their minds are still pretty closed though. When asked if the Holocaust happened, Lynx said, quote, “I think certain things happened . . . a lot of the stories got misconstrued . . . Hitler wasn’t the best, but Stalin wasn’t, Churchill wasn’t.”
–And Lamb said, quote, “I just think everyone needs to frickin’ get over it.”
(–I hear that was actually the original marketing campaign for “Schindler’s List”: ‘The Holocaust . . . Everyone Needs to Frickin’ Get Over It.’)