Angelic White Supremacy (?!)
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Where do we draw the line with free speech?

‘Prussian Blue, a “white power” band now recording its second album, is described as a sinister version of the Olsen Twins, the squeaky clean child actresses of the 1990s. It is attracting more and more fans among young white nationalists.’

The girls are 13 years old. Blonde hair, blue eyes, and oh-so-sweet-looking in their photo. And they’re message is about how great it is to be white. Their father has a swastika on his belt buckle, and they’re mother taught them racist beliefs with textbooks written in the 50’s.But I love this:

In a recent interview with the magazine Viceland, they were asked what was the “most important social issue facing the white race right now”. They replied: “Not having enough white babies born to replace ourselves and generally not having good quality white people being born.”

Yeah, girls. You’re right. There aren’t enough good quality white people being born these days. Instead, we’re a hateful and destructive race of very, very poor quality. Thanks for the reminder.Read the article.

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2 Responses to “Angelic White Supremacy (?!)”

  1. Karen Mercer Says:

    Hi Sarah,
    How are you? Jonathan left today for Scotland and I am trying to send my first blog to him. When he was showing me his website with their travel info he suggested I take a look at your site sometime.

    I remembered you had a blog and am having a problem. When I look at his catagories it states “no comments” so I’m wondering if all comments (like this) are displayed(like they are in Blackboard)or are they only visible to you?

    I’ll have to come back to visit your website another time. Thanks for your help.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Hey Karen! Wow, he’s already gone. That’s a little bit big and scary, isn’t it? I know he’s going to have a great time.

    I’m sure you saw that your comment was displayed here. It depends on how the person has set it up, but usually comments are displayed to the public. Sometimes people set it up so they can approve them first. That may be what Jon’s doing — I don’t know.

    Anyway, let me know how else I can help with tech questions. And take care. It’s great to hear from you! Send me an email anytime!

    sarah [at] sarahdopp [dot] com