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Oct 24th 2005

Truly Frightening Teeny-bop “Singers”

As reported on Drudge and all around the web, we bring you Lamb and Lynx Gaede.

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.

“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.”

And as Erich Gliebe, “operator of one of the nation’s most notorious hate music labels,” explains:

“Eleven and 12 years old,” he said, “I think that’s the perfect age to start grooming kids and instill in them a strong racial identity.”

5 Responses to “Truly Frightening Teeny-bop “Singers””

  1. I only ask if they would still be considered hate-mongerers if they did not associate themselves with the NAZI party. After all, does pride in being white, or white nationalism mean hate? Or is it a profession of admiration for people who killed millions as a result of nationalism? The ABC article does not seem to draw the distinction.

    I know that at my law school Black and Native American groups put up display booths and self merchandise that are openly nationalistic and antagonistic to those of European descent. Symbols of war, defamation of leaders, calls to resist, etc…I don’t think the dean could gush enough about how wonderful these displays are. However, I know that if a group of white students simply copied the same logos, symbols, and concepts for their own display, it would be branded “hate.”

  2. doug

    After all, does pride in being white, or white nationalism mean hate?

    I think so, yes, especially if this “pride” connotes a superiority complex.

    I know that at my law school Black and Native American groups put up display booths and self merchandise that are openly nationalistic and antagonistic to those of European descent.

    Yeah…sad but true. I think that is just as obnoxious.

    Can’t we all just get along?

  3. Hey, I am a very young girl who is trying to make it big as a singer, but I really don’t want to end up like these singers, do you have any advice?

  4. Don’t adopt the swastika as your symbol
    Don’t come out in support of mass murder

    That’s my advice. The picture is what disturbs me most about the whole thing. These sweet looking, all smiles, blond little girls, one of them name Lamb!–and their NAZI’s!

  5. Al

    It amazes me to think about how so many young people get crazy ideas in their heads. We should really be discussing their parents, shouldn’t we? Isn’t that the source of the problem?
    When I was working at a middle school in Salt Lake, I worked with many kids who had chips on their shoulders and they didn’t even know why. So much of what we are we get from our parents. Granted, we are all free to choose who we become, developing character and whatnot, but the role of the parent obviously plays a huge part in that process.
    My point-these girls have probably been taught from a very early age to act and think this way from their parents. I very much doubt they woke up when they turned twelve and thought, “hey, I need to be more proud that I am white. White is the best.”
    That, for me, is the scary part; that people are still raising kids in this way so we will have generations of future bigets.