Lamb and Lynx Gaede are like a lot of 13-year-old girls. Except that they love Hitler and sing songs glorifying white supremacy. Aaron Gell confronts ethnic cleansing’s hottest act, Prussian Blue.
On October 20, when Lamb and Lynx Gaede, the 13-year-old white-nationalist twins known as Prussian Blue, were having their Cinderella moment on ABC’s Primetime, the girls weren’t even watching themselves on TV. Their grandpa, Fresno-area rancher Bill Gaede, was taping the show while the twins and their mom, April Gaede, were down at the local haunted hayride getting the bejesus scared out of them by evil clowns. “For some reason,” April observes, “clowns are just really scary.”For those unaware, "Prussian Blue" is defined as a dark blue pigment which may be found as a byproduct after the use of Zyklon B, a cyanide-based insecticide. It was also the poison used in the Nazi concentration camp's gas chambers to murder millions. The duo have said that they think Prussian blue is "just a really pretty color," however, in an interview with Vice Magazine, they stated, "there is also the discussion of the lack of 'Prussian Blue' coloring in the so-called gas chambers in the concentration camps. We think it might make people question some of the inaccuracies of the Holocaust myth."
It’s that eerie combination of darkness and light, of goofy innocence and twisted menace, that makes Prussian Blue like a scary clown, which might explain why the sparkly eighth graders have been transformed into internationally recognized spokeskids for hate.
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