Skip to comments.White Separatist Teen Twins Lamb and Lynx Gaede Say They've Renounced Hateful Message, Want Marijuan
Posted on 07/28/2011 7:39:11 PM PDT by TheDingoAteMyBaby
Lamb and Lynx Gaede were established teen recording artists 5 years ago. But the adorable, freckle-faced California twins weren't singing songs of love.
Raised in a Neo-Nazi household, the Gaede twins' lyrics were those of white supremacist hate.
Now 19, the pair formerly known as the pop group Prussian Blue claim to have changed their extremist ways.
"I'm grown up now. I was a little kid back then and said a lot of things I don't believe in now," Lynx told ABC News.
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Oh, I remember them. Nice to learn they’re approaching normalcy. Still stuck with the stupid names, though.
All they gotta do is say their parents were Republican all along. The MSM will have them on 24/7.
Huh? These girls’ mother did anything but “try [her] best to raise ‘em right” - she tried her best to raise them white supremacist.
And people say Marijuana isn’t good for anything.
They want to marry Juan who? And do both of them want to marry him?
LOL! The format limits the number of characters in the title.
Juan you get out of my country, is his name.
Terrible! Obviously, home schooling must be outlawed. Socialist indoctrination must be standardized.
On a side note, I like their names.
Not marry Juan - Juana.
Have to move to New York first.
I had a college classmate named Steed.
Just teasin’. ;-)
How do you think I’m getting through watching the news right now?
The Nazi (national Socialists) back then and today have always taught collectivist thinking and beliefs like all the other flavors but theirs has a racist bent to it - others a class warfare bent.
Damn. That ought to be a manly boy! A couple years ago I had a student named Thor AND a student named Ulysses! I was sure that Mercury or Zeus would show up any day.
Not if you offered me a tractor trailer full of gold.
So, any estimates for how soon they will be appearing in a minor men’s magazine? I’m not sure they have what it takes to go direct to Internet, unless it is behind a very expensive subscription wall.
Oddly enough, Germany has anti homeschooling laws on the books that date back from the 3rd Reich. The NAZIs didn’t like parents determining what little Hansel and Gretel learned.
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