Obsessive fans not just bores

They’re extinguishers of beetles, too. (via Barista)

Addendum: serendipitously to the above link, I followed this link (via Bellatrys in a discussion at Pandagon) to a summary of The Poison Mushroom, Nazi pre-war propaganda against Jews. Ugh.

Further addendum: The Poison Mushroom reminded me, inevitably, of the Toxic Twins (toxic by nurture immersed in White Pride tropes about the mud peoples, not toxic by nature, I’m sure).

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originally uploaded on (L)Bloggerand (R) Wikipedia

I’m not going to put the band name here for the search engine spiders to play with, but these teenage American twins of German descent actually have a band named after a poisonous chemical compound, presumably by their mother and stepfather (whom I suspect provide the lyrics for their songs). One of the twins allegedly wrote this poem at age 10:

What Must Be Done by Lynx Gaede, age 10

Fire and Rage burn inside
But I will hold on to my pride.
My race and my family make me brave—
They are all I want; I do not crave.

We will fight for what we believe;
Our land we will retrieve.
Our race is Nature’s Finest,
So I can’t understand people’s blindness.

ALL the mud races must be banished,
For look at the world they have damaged.
Look around and what do I see?
Ugly brown faces staring at me.

Our people must look like my mom and dad.
They don’t now and that makes me mad.
We don’t want to be mongrelized,
We want to be Nature’s Finest down deep inside.

Now sit down and think of what I just said;
Remember our cause until you are dead.
Hope what I wish comes true,
And that people come to look like me and you.

I am proud of what I just wrote,
And now I will go and read it to my folk.

I guessed that their Wikipedia page would be an ongoing battleground of reversions, and the discussion page bears this out.

NB: The twins’ band is not to be confused with the UK blues-rock band of the same name, whose blog dealing with the confusion is here.



Categories: history, Science, social justice, Sociology

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2 replies

  1. yeh, i know the name. they’re horrifying. well, the mother is horrifying. i dunno at what point they can be held totally responsible; i don’t expect they’re there yet, but, cynically, i also don’t anticipate them breaking free of their toxic environment.

  2. I feel sorry for the girls for their cooption into this political stance at such an early age. Of course, all parents try to sway their children to hold the same beliefs that they hold dear, but it’s just so disturbing when it’s such a hate and anger filled ideology.
    I agree though, unless they suddenly break free in the next few years, they’re likely to grown into horrifice hatemongers just like their mom, with no apologies and no doubts. Horrible.

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