26 October, 2005

turn that fear to hate

Ladies and gentlemen, behold the face of evil:

"Prussian Blue", consisting of thirteen-year-old identical twins Lamb and Lynx Gaede, "make beautiful, soaring, harmonious music together". They are adorable cuties in matching clothes who sing "pro-White" ditties, accompanying themselves on guitar and violin. Their favourite topics include the dangers of mixed-race families, the inherent greatness of having blonde hair and blue eyes, and the lionising of historical figures such as Rudolph Hess.

Here is a sample of their lyrics. This little gem is called "Aryan Man Awake":

When the man who plows the fields is driven from his lands.
When the carpenter must give away what he's built with his own hands.
When a mother's only children belong to her no more.
And black masked men with guns come bashing down the doors.
Where freedom exists for only those with darker skin.
Where lies and propaganda will never let you win.
... What will you give up to help this worthy Cause,
and strike with force and fury, without a single pause?
... Who will face the end and watch a Valkyrie ride forth
To join the gods and fallen stormtroopers of the North?
Aryan man awake, How much more will you take,
Turn that fear to hate, Aryan man awake.

And here's a snippet from an interview with these two gorgeous girls:

What do you think is the most important social issue facing the white race right now? Do you have any songs that address this issue?
Not having enough white babies born to replace ourselves and generally not having good-quality white people being born. It seems like smart white girls who have good eugenics are more interested in making money in a career or partying than getting married and having a family. And yes, we are working on some new songs about this issue.

Please tell me the significance of the name Prussian Blue.
Part of our heritage is Prussian German. Also our eyes are blue, and Prussian Blue is just a really pretty color. There is also the discussion of the lack of "Prussian Blue" coloring (Zyklon B residue) 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.

Am I the only one who genuinely feels sick to his stomach? Am I the only one who finds this genuinely frightening? This is not one of those light-hearted munkey rants about something relatively inconsequential. This makes me genuinely angry. Genuinely afraid. I am tempted to take Prussian Blue's own advice, and turn my fear to hate. But I don't think I want to sink to their level of manipulated, ignorant and insecure malice.

I think, what I feel is pity. Pity for these two, apparently talented, lives being wasted in the spreading of hatred and bigotry. Pity for all those mindless enough to hear their music and believe its message. And pity for the future generations who will have to endure this kind of stupidity and evil, I fear, for generations to come, if not for the rest of human history.


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