Former Prussian Blue Duo Singing a Liberal Tune

Prussian Blue, former anti-Semitic, pro-white supremacist singing duo from Montana is long disbanded. Lamb and Lynx Gaede claim to no longer be white nationalists.

Says Lamb, “I’m not a white nationalist anymore. My sister and I are pretty liberal now.” And what does that mean?

The article in The Daily, first in five years of silence, tells of a change of tune in the now 19 year old twins of Pro-Nazi fame. Their lack of any real knowledge or education in this realm is shocking. Yet, I ask myself, how shocking is it really? How thorough is our education system in relating what really happened during World War II?

DEMJANJUK…”WILL NOT SEE ONE DAY IN JAIL,” says lawyer.

Munich, Germany: John Demjanjuk, a guard at the Sobibor death camp in 1943, was sentenced to 5 years in prison. His lawyer is appealing the verdict and expects him to do no jail time, the article explains. 

There was no direct evidence that Demjanjuk commited a crime, and yet he was convicted, the theory being that if he worked at the camp he was guilty of killing Jews. The only piece of evidence was an SS identity card, the validity of which was questioned in 1985 by the FBI. This benchmark decision by Judge Alt could open the door to many new trials of death camp personnel, where there is no hard evidence for a specific crime committed.

WILL POPE’S BOOK SWAY ANTI-SEMITES?

In Associated Press article about Pope Benedict XVI’s new book, the writer says that within its pages, the Pope totally and specifically exonerates the Jewish people for the death of Jesus Christ.

“The Rev. James Martin, a Jesuit who writes frequently about spirituality, said the pope’s new book was a ‘ringing reaffirmation’ of Nostra Aetate, which was passed during the Second Vatican Council, with the pope putting his ‘personal stamp on it in a way that’s irrefutable.'”

It remains to be seen whether the highly regarded intellect of this Pope and his momentous affirmation of the Jewish people’s innocence of deicide will change centuries’ old hate and blame. But it can’t hurt, can it?