Lamb & Lynx Gaede Credit Marijuana for New Perspective

Twins sisters who created a band which advocated for the rise Aryan nation say that have softened their views and credit that change of heart to marijuana. Lamb and Lynx Gaede were 11 years old when they formed the band Prussian Blue, whose name stemmed from the name of the chemical agent that was used to kill millions of Jews in the Holocaust The girls, from Bakersfield, Calif., who had denied the events of the Holocaust and even supported various white supremacy groups, now consider themselves “pretty liberal,” according to the Daily Mail. After shedding the influence of their racist parents, the girls embraced the diverse world around them. “I’m stoked that we have so many different cultures,” Lynx said adding, “I think it’s amazing and it makes me proud of humanity every day that we have so many different places and people.”

via christianpost: Lamb & Lynx Gaede Credit Marijuana for New Perspective

siehe auch: Pre-teen Neo-Nazis Prussian Blue Say Medical Marijuana Turned Them Into ‘Peace-Loving Hippies’. Olsen twin lookalikes Lamb and Lynx Gaeda founded the band Prussian Blue in 2003, when they were 11. Coached by their mother, who homeschooled the two because public schools “misrepresented history,” the blond twins from California started dressing in smiley-face Hitler tees and singing pretty acoustic songs about white nationalism and the dangers of race mixing. The band was named not just after the girls’ eye color. “Prussian blue” is Zyklon-B residue, supposedly not found on the walls of concentration-camp gas chambers. Holocaust deniers point to this as evidence that no Jews were gassed. In an interview, Lamb Gaeda called Adolf Hitler a “great man who was only trying to preserve his own race in his own country,” while her sister argued that the Holocaust never happened. “I mean, there were not even that many Jews alive then. We know there were concentration camps, but they had swimming pools and tennis courts there. That’s not how you would treat people if you were getting ready to kill them.” Now, as their 20th birthday approaches, no longer in the clutches of their white-supremacist family, the twins are speaking out again — this time about the wonders of medical marijuana and diversity. (…) Lynx, now living in Montana and working as a painter and furniture restorer, says she and her sister, a hotel maid, were “home-schooled country bumpkins” who “spent most of our days up on the hill playing with our goats. “I’d probably be dead if I didn’t have [marijuana]. It also rekindled the creative impulses I once channeled into my music.”

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