California Girls Claim Marijuana Cured Their Anti-Semitism
by Algemeiner Staff
They formed the music group “Prussian Blue” in 2003, named after a byproduct of poison the Nazis used to murder people during the Holocaust, but now Lamb and Lynx Gaede have turned from neo-Nazi supporters to self described “healers” and liberals.
“I’m stoked that we have so many different cultures,” the Daily Mirror in the UK quoted Lynx as saying. “I think it’s amazing and it makes me proud of humanity every day that we have so many different places and people.”
In 2006, the girls, who grew up in a family which helped indoctrinate them into neo-Nazi ideology, claimed Hitler was “a great man” and that concentration camps had swimming pools.
“We know there were concentration camps but they had swimming pools and tennis courts – that’s not how you would treat people if you were getting ready to kill them,” Lynx said nearly 6 years ago.
A change of hearts has come across the sisters from California after both of them received medical marijuana cards for separate purposes.
“We just want to come from a place of love and light,” Lamb said, adding, “I think we’re meant to do something more – we’re healers. We just want to exert the most love and positivity we can.”
Her sister says she’s glad they were involved in starting a musical group but wished they had gone a different route with their content.
“I’m glad we were in a band, but I think we should have been pushed toward something a little more mainstream and easier for us to handle than being front-men for a belief system that we didn’t completely understand at the time,” Lynx said, according to the Mirror.