Remember those two cute, blonde white supremacist girls?
Remember those two cute, blonde white supremacist girls? I’m talking about Neo-Nazi, bubblegum pop sensation Prussian Blue, made up of twin sisters Lynx and Lamb.
Named after the color of the residue left behind by Zyklon B (the gas supposedly used to kill Jews in concentration camps), Prussian Blue rose to fame and infamy as the poster children for the American White Supremacist, Nationalist and Neo-Nazi movements. But, after a bunch of attention from ironic, Onion-esque publications like Something Awful and ABC News, they shut down their websites and faded into pop culture history.
Well, a lot’s happened in the past few years: Lynx was diagnosed with cancer and a rare condition called Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome, and Lamb was diagnosed with debilitative scoliosis. Somewhere in there, they also got medical marijuana cards. Oh, and they’re not racist anymore. So it seems the hippies were right: Add “Curing Racism” to the list of marijuana’s positive side-effects.
So, Lynx and Lamb say they aren’t racist anymore, but in the three or four stories I read today, nowhere did they straight-up denounce their Neo-Nazi roots. Instead, they basically say that they’re just kinda over it, and really into weed and getting laws changed and stuff. And that’s great. Passive non-racism is a damn better sight than outright race-war incitation. Good job, girls.
PLUS, they’re both over 18 now, so there’s TWO reasons I don’t have to feel guilty when I jack it while thinking about them.
So on they march, like Christian Soldiers — really, really baked Christian Soldiers, spreading the news that, when you’re high on weed, things don’t, like, hurt as much and niggers aren’t that bad after all, man.
Hat Tip: Jessie Kelley