This is a story for the nerds, but one the needs to be told. Not just here, but on a much larger scale as well. If you haven’t heard of Prussian Blue, the “white power” folk-pop duo of teen sisters, watch this video interview from 1995:
As you can see, the girls were very young and very misguided when this interview was shot. The products of home schooling, the girls were self-proclaimed “country bumpkins” raised to believe in the Aryan way and use their interest in music to promote what they thought were beliefs.Lamb and Lynx Gaede grew eventually grew out of the sheltered existence their families had provided though and as Aaron Gell tells us from an article on The Daily, we owe it all to Montana.
According to Gell’s article, the girls eventually moved to Montana, a predominantly white state, and were allowed to attend public school. What Mr. and Mrs. Gaede didn’t expect though was the influence of the state’s quote/unquote “hippie culture” to attract and change their daughters.
“I’m not a white nationalist anymore,” Lamb told The Daily in an exclusive interview, the twins’ first in five years. “My sister and I are pretty liberal now.”
“Personally, I love diversity,” Lynx seconded. “I’m stoked that we have so many different cultures. I think it’s amazing and it makes me proud of humanity every day that we have so many different places and people.”
The girls are still on good terms with their mother, who is proud they have grown to question what people tell them, but have also found a lot of resentment amongst the aryan nation as well.
“There are dangerous people in White Nationalism that don’t give a f***,” Lamb added, “and they would do awful things to people who they think betrayed the movement. We’re stepping on eggshells.”