White Nationalist Movement
Duo Considered the Olsen Twins of the White Nationalist Movement. Thirteen-year-old twins Lamb and Lynx Gaede have one album out, another on the way, a music video, and lots of fans. They may remind you of another famous pair of singers, the Olsen Twins, and the girls say they like that. But unlike the Olsens, who built a media empire on their fun-loving, squeaky-clean image, Lamb and Lynx are cultivating a much darker personna. They are white nationalists and use their talents to preach a message of hate.
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Lets be clear, the white supremacist movement is a horrible racist regime that needs to through its members into moving traffic in downtown Atlanta, GA. Using children to preach their hate message is despicable. If I had my way, I would force every member to live amongst other races for the rest of their lives. Feel the same discrimination they give to other races.
However, I voted that its a freedom of expression. Unless they physically harm someone, or break the law in some other way, they have the right to their opinion and even to voice their opinion. Even if we all hate their opinion, our countries freedoms allow them the right to speak, and I would not jeopardize that freedom by silencing them.
The Olson twins had some talent at least. I downloaded one of the Nazi Twins songs and it was lacking of any musical talent.
Well, this is crazy. Why are they so narrow-minded? I mean, we all are human beings irregardless of our skin color.
And throwing kids into the streets of Atlanta? That's absolutely ridiclous, I wonder if the children protest(as they should).
I don't believe in any sort of racism. I don't support, in any way, either white supremacists, nor La Raza, nor Jesse Jackson and his sort of racism. It is all wrong.
Personally, I think that all sorts of racism will continue to grow throughout the world, until a true marvelous work and a wonder is fully accomplished.
But that is a discussion for another place *wink*.
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'Not in my town': Counterprotesters outnumber Unite the Right 2 white nationalists in DC. Far-right activists arriving for the 'Unite the Right 2' rally were heavily outnumbered by a phalanx of law enforcement officers and counterprotesters who shouted emphatically and urged them to go home. Ref. USAToday.